Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 18
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13 Gofesburg Register-Mail, Golesburq, llf, Thursday, Sept. 26, T963 Lodge Honors Memberships At Fairview FAIRVIEW - A tea was held Sunday in the IOOF Hall to honor 50 years or more Rebokah Lodge members. There were 100 honored guests in attendance. Memberships 50 years and over are Alta Latimer, Luella Mclick. Dora Abbott, Nell Allison. Nora Cattron, Irene West, Fannie Polhemus and Hazel Shellcrosslee. Ada llagaman and Ada Putman served at the tea and coffee (able. Dorolhy Locke was at guest- bonk. Leonard Cluts and Charles Wilcoxen greeted guests and Helen Wilcoxen was kitchen chairman. District officers present were Florence Rogers, president; Marvel Powell, vice president: Wilda Avers, secretary and Jennie Castle, treasurer, Guests were from Rock Island, Galcsburg, Peoria, Abingdon, Glasford. Farmington, Canton, Fiatt and Fairview. Fairview Briefs Miss Gussie Griffith has returned to her home in Lombard after visiting two weeks with relatives and friends in this area. Mary Ludwig, Hazel Shell­ crosslee, Maude Stroman and Marie Mitchell attended the county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary in Ipava Sept. 19. Mrs. Nora Cattron, Miss Leta Markley and Mr. and Mrs. Troy Markley have returned from a 17-day conducted tour, to Alaska and the Northwestern states. Rebekak Lodge Plans Convention AVON — In a recent meeting of the Avon Rebekah Lodge, a letter from the state assembly secretary outlined the plans for the forthcoming annual meeting in Springfield Oct. 13-16. Mrs. Ada Foster announced that she and her husband planned to celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 29 in their home, and invited the members to attend. BRIDGING SPACE AND TIME—Just as Amcr. ica is engaged in a massive highway building program—the 41,000-mile Interstate System—so has Europe embarked on a similar effort. As economic barriers between nations come down, superhighways, tunnels and bridges conquer physical barriers. An example is the giant Europa Bridge over the Sill Valley in Austria, shown above as the last gap in its 2,700-foot length was being closed. The bridge is 625 feet high at this point. It will provide a faster link between Innsbruck and the Brenner Pass. Henderson Grove Grange Entertains Booster Night HENDERSON GROVE — Henderson Grove Grange held its booster night program and home economics display Sept. 21. The program was in charge of Mrs. Rollo Fritz, lecturer, and the home economics display was taken care of by Mrs. Ralph Liby, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Clyde Patch and Mrs. Alvin Johnson. A letter from the national Grange master, booster night greeting, was read by Master Wesley Nelson. Instrumental piano numbers were by Miss Cindy Reeves, Galesbui'g High School student. A summary of the Grange was by Mrs. Charles Brown and a summary of the Juvenile Grange by Mrs. Donald Nelson. A quiz game was conducted by Sandra Brown of Juvenile Grange and accordion solo CORRECTION FLAVORITE ICE CREAM Vx Cal. A 3 ' 1330 North Henderson St. Open 8 A.M. SUPER VALU i was offered by Eric Saunders, student from Alexis High School. To give us an answer, "What Is the Grange?" was read by Mrs. Vivion Larson. Bake goods and farm produce brought by members were judged by Mr. and Mrs. Lee Yarde and Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Lundeen, and ribbons were awarded. This produce was later auctioned off by Vivion Larson. There was a showing of flowers, also knitted afgans and stoles, which are to be entered in competition in the state contest. The state meeting will be held at Custer Inn in Galesburg Oct. 2-5. Lunch was served by the committee, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Dykeman, Mrs. Thersa Bybee and Mr. and Mrs. Roy E. Anderson. Smithshire Area News SMITHSHIRE — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hilten spent an afternoon with their son Roger and family at Normal. They were accompanied by Mrs. Max Reynolds, who visited her daughter Carol at Bloomington. Steven White has completed his training at barber school in Moline. Ernest Coykendall of Chicago visited several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cassiday and family. Martie La Fary visited a week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert La Fary at Table Grove. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Crookham R. C. Wilson, Mrs. Thelma Pow ell and Bert Thompson of Kirk wood recently attended ball games in St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Smith of Florida have moved to the H. K. Thomas tenant house. First Rose Bowl football game at Pasa^rna, Calif., was played in 1902: Michigan vs. Stanford SMITH'S FOOD MARKET Corner Monmouth Blvd. and Henderson St. PHONE 343-9040 WE RESERVE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES SMALL B.B.Q. SPARE RIBS •b 43c WHOLE FRYING CHICKENS »>• 25c HOMEMADE SAUSAGE 3 »»• $ 1.00 COLUMBIA SLICED BACON 3 »'1.00 PIEDMONT Cheese Spread 2 49c WASHED RED POTATOES 20"» 55c FLEECY WHITE BLEACH V 19c FIRM RIPE BANANAS 10c CAMPBELLS Tomato Soup 5 Cans 50C LARGE FIRM Head Lettuce 2... 25c HILLS BROS. COFFEE 3 - $ 1.69 U.S. NO. 1 NEW Sweet Potatoes 4 29c SWEET SIXTEEN Colored OLEO 7 »• '1.00 BLUE VALLEY ICE CREAM V% « 49c LIBBY CANNED PUMPKIN 5 2 50c Pompeii was about 600 years old when it was buried by volcanic ash in 79 A.D. DlMniit Andromeda Astronomers thought Andromeda was a nebula (a luminous cloud of gas) until a few decades ago when observations from Mount Wilson proveo the misty patch to be a system of separate stars, first that man had discovered outside his own galaxy. Fveryone IOVPS Salads Mado with SPEAS VINEGARS "CLEO" SWITCHES ERAS-Elizabcth Taylor, right, visits a set depicting Canterbury Cathedral, circa 1170, at Shepperton, England. 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Wonder Bread supplies important nutrition to help build strong bodies twelve ways. Look for Wonder Enriched Bread at your grocer's next time you shop. Fresh, soft, delicious Wonder! NEW WONDER BREAD ©1961, CONTINENTAL BAKING COMPANY, Incorporate HELPS BUILD STRONG BODIES 12 WAYS J.

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