Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 24, 1963 · Page 5
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88th Birthday Is Celebrated At Ellisville ELLISVILLE - Mrs. Lillian Bell celebrated her 88th anniversary Sept. 11 in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, where she makes her home. Guests for the occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dallefeld, Mrs. Patricia Dallefeld, Steven and Sharon and Mrs. Virginia Link and children. Mrs. Bell received many gifts and cards. Other callers were her sister, Mrs. Corda Buchanan and Mrs. Cheryl Buchanan of Hanna City. The church board members of STOMACH TROUBLE? Ulcer pain, gas, bloating TARE HARVEY TABLETS rhe Harve? Stomach treatment baa riven relief to thoua- anda. Our medicine la designed to form a coating on your stomach, thus to allow healing and protection against excess stomach add. Ulcer pain, faa, bloating and stomach distress are mostly the result of too much add secretion. You will be so pleasantly aur- insert when In Jusl a few days you will find yourself sleeping much better, having more pep and energy and won't have that feeling of exhaustion due to stomach distress. This doctor's formula la sold on a money-back guarantee. 48 hlets— full site Is only $1.85 Accept no substitute, demand HARVEY TABLETS. Mai) or- dera filled. Sold only WEST DRUG (0., INC. _ GO WEST — We Deliver 324 B. Main Oalesburg the Nazarene Church met recently with the new minister of Ellisville, Miss Mary Ann Freeman at the parsonage. William Sherman and Bill Nelms, Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wagner, Canton, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mitchell and family, Peoria, and Mr .and Mrs. Carlos Zimmerman were visitors at the Bert Zimmerman home recently. Mr. and Mrs. John English of Peoria also visited at the Zimmerman home. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dilts and family of Cambridge were Sunday callers at her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bailey. Earl Chenoweth, London Mills, Mrs. Anna White, Bushnell, were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howerter. Mr. and Mrs. David Dunblazier of Blandinsville have returned home after spending a week at Mr. and Mrs. Ray Howertcr's. Harry Voorhecs is in Cameron with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hobbs, while he is recuperating from an operation. Weekend visitors at the Tom Bailey residence were Mrs. Bailey's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Allard, Roseville, and Bailey's sister, Mrs. Marge Lonter of Rock Island. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Tourtillott were Mary Lou Edwards and sons Bobby and Brad and Miss Sandra Bishop, of Cuba, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weaver and sons of Farmington and his parents of Oklahoma City. Al Jolson, the famed singer, was born in Russia and came to the United States when he was about seven years old. MAILBOX (Continued from Page 4) Galesburg that would provide the residents with the adequate space and surroundings that they have here. Any nursing home such as a County Heme that is not free to pick its own residents has a large percentage of confused people who certainly do not belong in a crowded residential or business district. It would be necessary to lock the doors or keep constant guard on these elderly people instead of allowing them the freedoms they need. A nursing home is supposed to be a Home, and as long as it is in easy access to a hospital why place these residents (not patients) in an institutional atmosphere? Our elderly people come here to make a home for themselves for the rest of their lives and we want for them a home that is a safe and pleasant one. It is the building that has been condemned because it is not adequate or safe for a nursing home — not the site which is one in which any person in the county would be content to spend their later years. Very soon now we will have Open House. We hope the people in Knox County (including the Medical Society) will use this opportunity to acquaint themselves with their own elderly people and their county home. We are trying to the best of our ability to care for these people and would appreciate cooperation of the Medical Society and the people of Knox County. —Administration and Staff of the Knox County Nursing Home (Names on Request). YOU SAVE YOUR WAY AND I'LL SAVE MY WAY ©suco TOO Years of Continuous Business and Family Banking USE OUR CONVENIENT SOUTH PRAIRIE STREET PARKING LOT GALESBUR AN OALESBURG ILLINOIS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Anniversary Is Celebrated At Alexis ALEXIS—Mr. and Mrs. George Reagor entertained Sunday at a dinner in honor of the 23rd wedding anniversary of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Pat Napier of Galesburg and Pat Robertson and Frank Johnson of Moline. Alexis Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pease of San Diego, Calif., are visiting his brother Frank. They will be spending a month's vacation here and with relatives in Roseville and Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Roger LaRuc have returned from Chicago where they were guests of Moorman's Co. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Lair and grandson Rodney Lair of Monmouth left by train Tuesday for Houston, Tex., called by illness of their son and father, Raymond Lair, who is in the hospital in Houston. Mrs. Charles Devlin has returned from Aledo Hospital where she was a patient. Mrs. Porter Miller of Maryland is visiting her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Burns. Her husband Is oft I trip to Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Van De- Velde, Barbara and Betty of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs. David Filbert, Sheri and Lisa of Port Byron spent Sunday In the home of Mrs. Madge McReynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. McReynolds. Edmund Allen of Spring Green, Wis., spent a day visiting Ward McKelvie. Mrs. Theodore McKnight took her daughter Terry to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where she entered Coe College as a freshman. Jo Beth also attends Coe College. World's tallest men are the Watusi tribesmen of Africa, who arc seven feet tall or more. READ THE WANT ADS! Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, HI. Tuesday, Sept, 24, 1963 5 News Notes Of Oquawka OQUAWKA - Recent visitors of Mrs Elsie Thornton were Mr. and Mrs. John Brought of Joy. Mrs. Brought was formerly Jet- la Shoppc and also a former teacher in Oquawka High School. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Stoneklng spent a recent day with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spencer In Galva. Mrs. Elsie Thornton and her sister, Mrs. Merwin Smith of near Monmouth, entertained a group in the home of Mrs. Thornton a recent afternoon. Maureen Haney of Oquawka and Kama Foster of Rozetta went to Macomb where they entered as freshmen at Western Illinois University. Miss Marilyn Bnrr has entered as a freshman AWAY Go Corns! Zino-pads Speedily Prevent, Relieve, Remove Corns Instant-acting Dr. Scholl's Zino-pads do everything for you. Stop corns 6c- fore they can develop when used at first sign of sore toes... Stop pain in a jiffy . . . Remove corns one of the quickest ways known to medical science. Water- repellent—do not come off in bath. D-Scholls Zinopadi at Bradley University in Peoria. Miss Haney is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Haney, Miss Foster is a daughter of Mrs. Evelyn and the late Lewis Foster. Miss Barr is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Barr. READ THE WAN! ADS! BOOK DONATED HIS NAME FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) - E. C. Booz was a distiller in Kentucky during the last century. He made a brand called Old Log Cabin, bottled in flasks of dark brown glass in the shape of a log cabin. The slang word "booz" originated from his name. TO HOUSTON $Q|90 one way coach from Galesburg on Texas Chief -special savings for the round frip-NO TAX 343-9126 A TOTALLY NEW'64 RAMBLER COMING OCTOBER 3 You are seeing your first glimpse of another compact car breakthrough by Rambler. That fresh, beautifuJ new grille belongs to the all-new 1964 Rambler American. It's the lowest-priced Rambler but it's filled with exciting new style, features and comforts you would expect to find only in the most expensive cars. There are two other new Rambler series for 1964: the Classic 6 or V-8 and the Ambassador V-8. Behind all three is the same principle—the idea of listening to your needs, then building the answer into automobiles. That's the Rambler Idea. The all-new 1964 Rambler American, the compact economy king, is completely new in styling, from that bold, rakish grille to curved-glass side windows. Completely new and beautifuJ interiors have stretch-out room for six adults. The station wagons have much more cargo space. The American ride is smoother, steadier, quieter, with completely new suspension, front and rear, longer wheelbase, wider tread. The brilliant new 1964 Rambler Classic gives you a choice of Six or 198-hp V-8. Beautifully balanced, it's big inside, with room for six big 6-footers—trim outside. See new Classic sedans and station wagons 11 CARS FOLLOWED RAMBLER, BUT NONE REALLY GOT THE RAMBLER IDEA. THAT'S WHY RAMBLER OUTSELLS THEM ALL What is the Rambler Idea? Basically, respect for the judgment ot the customer. Rambler listens to what car owners say. That's why Rambler leads in solving their problems; why Rambler built the first compact car. Others followed Rambler In size— compact car sales have increased 20 -fold In 6 years. But size It not the Rambler Idea. The Rambler Idea Is balance: big inside, trim outside; good performance; good economy; luxurious comfort; easy handling. Plus: quality without any coinpromise-a total of obviously better values, at remarkable low prices. That is why Rambler outsells ail its followers. and a dazzling all-new hardtop. See exciting new options: new 7-position steering wheel; new floor-stick automatic transmission—you shift it, or it shifts itself. The magnificent new 1964 Rambler Ambassador V-8 brings you total excellence in a high-performance, luxury V-8. Dramatic new models include sedan, station wagon and two all-new hardtops—one with center armrests front and rear, bucket seats, console, 270-hp V-8—all standard. Of course, every 1964 Rambler will have the famous Rambler extra-value features that mean more usefulness to the user: exclusive rustproofing; exclusive rattle-free construction; ceramic-armored muffler; double-safety brakes; greater freedom from service needs; more comfortable seating options. At your Rambler dealer October 3rd, see the beautiful new results that prove . . . RAMBLER LEADS BECAUSE RAMBLER LISTENS SEE ALL THREE 1964 RAMBLERS OCTOBER 3 Ambassador -Watch the Danny Kaye Show on CBS-TV, Wednesday evenings 9 P.M. - Channel 4- I

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