Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 26, 1963 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 26, 1963
Page 19
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Yates Cityan Honored on 96th Birthday YATES CITY-Mrs. Ella Broadfield, Yates City's eldest resident, celebrated her 96th birthday Sept. 19 and was honored by her neighbors, Mrs. Willard Staggs and son Lowell, Mrs. Lillie Tuckey, Mrs. James French, Mrs. Asa Braham, Mrs. Lydia Briggs and daughter Fern, of Yates City, and Mrs. Icel Turner and Mrs. Mary Brown of Maquon. Bernard Daley, grandson of Mrs. Broadfield, presented her 8 corsage, a bouquet of red roses and a birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. Orin McKinly motored to Pontiac Sunday for SHOTTS Food Mort KNOWN FOR QUALITY 705 E. FREMONT Free Delivery Dial 342-4212 STEAK SALE! Sirloin Sirloin Tip Rolled Rump T-BONE 89c lb. RIB STEAK * 59c Chuck Roast 49c HAMBURGER 3**1.00 ROUND STEAK CLUB STEAK lb 69c CUT UP FRYERS Grade A lb. 29 CELERY Stalk IOC the birthday of their granddaughter, Susan Crowley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Crowley, who celebrated her seventh birthday. The Thomas Ralston home was the scene of a birthday Saturday dinner honoring Kristine Watters, 4, Sept. 15, Billy Ralston, Sept. 16 and Thomas Ralston, Sept. 1?. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Neal Watters, Robert Ralston and Jimmy, Mrs. Mae Hitchcock, Mrs. Thomas Ralston and Janet. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Trowbridge, Janice, Cristie and Don, had as their Saturday guests Mr. and Mrs. Harley Boswell of Peoria and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Boswell and Susan Lynn of East Peoria. The 12th birthday of Janice Trowbridge was celebrated. Janice also was honored Friday when she had as her guests Nancy Bartlow, Louise Plaek, Cathy Cox, Debbie Norton, Susan Criner, Claudia Staggs, and Jeri Turner. A slipper was served after which the group attended the theater in Elmwood. Host Fish Fry Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Braham and daughters, Linda, Martha and Carmen, entertained relatives and friends at a fish fry in their home Sunday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Windish of Trivoli, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Windish, Barbara and Cristine, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Windish, Roger, Joy and Mike, Otto Windish and son Roy of Elmwood and Jerry Sandall of Yates City. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Clark entertained Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Duley, Larry and Brian, at a fish fry Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ralston and Janet had as Sunday dinner guests her mother, Mrs. Mae Hitchcock, and Mr. and Mrs. Neal Watters and Kristie of Yates City, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Boyd and Barbara Ann of Peoria. Wayne Derry, employe of the Caterpillar Tractor Co. in Peoria, has been confined at home by illness. Donald Kennelly of the National Guard returned home from Greenville, Miss., Sept. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tompkins and daughters, Leslie Jean, Mary, Peggy and Marcia of Pueblo, Colo., arrived Monday being call ed here by the death of her grandfather, John Franklin. They will be in the homes of their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Mc Keighan and Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lincoln <# Peoria are spending a few days with their nephew, Donald Tay lor and family. Mrs. Anna Deuell spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Charley Dikeman in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Moore Sunday had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barra in Roanoke Their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Barra of that city also were dinner guests in the Barra home. Mrs. Walter Smith spent a day with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fryer in Bloomington. Joseph Kelly, who is in the armed forces, en route to Dam Neck, Va., visited his father, Joseph Kelly in New York. Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson have returned home after a vaca tion at Yellowstone and other points of interest. They also visited his father, Leo Donaldson in Moose Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harley C. Fuller spent Saturday and Sunday with the Frank Maxwell family in Lincoln, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Tompkins spent Sunday evening with their son Harold and family in Bartonville. SPACE TRIANGLE—Thc Air Force has announced that manned spacecraft which it may launch in the future (such as the X -20 Dyna-Soar shown in sketch above) will be recovered at one of three air bases—Edwards AFB, Calif., Wcndovcr AFB, Utah, and Holloman AFB, N. M. Mission control will be at the Satellite Test Center in Sunnyvale, Calif. First air-drop test of the Dyna- Soar will be made along the Wcndovcr-Edwards leg. Rivoli Rifle Match Winners Are Posted NEW WINDSOR-Barrett Obermyer of Racine, Wis., and Francis Baldwin of Oak Park were winners of the 1,000-yard matches at the Rivoli Rifle Club range Sunday. Baldwin won the first and second matches which were from iron sight and any sight respectively and the third match was the aggeragate winner. Obermeyer won the 4, M-l rifle match. Competitors attended from Racine, Brookfield, Decatur, Chicago, Oak Park, Princeton, Moline, East Moline, Coal Valley, Geneseo and New Windsor. Travel To Indiana Mrs. Ernest Borg of Gladstone accompanied Mrs. Calvin Bredberg on a weekend trip during which they visited relatives in Peoria and Joliet en route to Ligonier, Ind. Here they visited in the home of Mrs. Minnie Pascharscky and also attended the Pascharscky family reunion at the Boy Scout camp Sunday. Madonna Lisa, Neopolitan wife of Zenobo del Giocondo, served as the model for Leonardo Da Vinci's famous Mona Lisa. Greenbush PTC Elects New Officers GREENBUSH — The Greenbush PTC held its first meeting of the season Sept. 21 at the Greenbush schoolhouse. The meeting was in form of a wiener roast and potluck supper". New officers elected follow: President, Mrs. Pat Berg; vice president, Mrs. Beverly Blunt, and secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Pauline Shaver. The school will enter a float at the Avon High School homecoming parade. Greenbush Briefs The Greenbush Unit of Homemakers will meet Oct. lfi at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Edith and Lulu Simmons. Mrs. Carolyn Scott has returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Shaver, from the Galesburg Cottage Hospital, where she submitted to surgery earlier. Mf. and Mrs. Ray McGee and family had as their guests Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Norris Meachum, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Adwell and children Myrna Kay and Gale of Berwick. Mrs. Jessie Cable has returned to Monmouth after a 3-wcek vacation with hct' sister, Mrs. James Gilfillan, and brother, Wayne Mason, and their families. She also was in El Paso, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Arden Jackson. While in Greenbush, Mrs. Cable and Mrs. Gilfillan entertained friends at the Gilfillan home Sept. 18. Guests were Mrs. Blake Clayberg, Mrs. Leo Mitchell, Mrs. Carl Marshall, Mrs. Fanelia Watt, Mrs. Marshall Ray and Mrs. Wayne Mason. Mother Returns Home Mrs. Beverly Blunt reported her mother, Mrs. Harold Allen, has returned to her home in the Roscville area after being ill in the Blunt home several weeks. Toulon Fire Station Plans Open House TOULON — At a meeting of Toulon Volunteer Fire Department, plans were made for open house at the fire station Oct. 5 to inspect the new fire truck and other equipment recently purchased. Firemen will be on hand to demonstrate how the equipment works. The event will take place during afternoon and evening. AU 25 members of the force, were present. President Clyde Ham appointed the following in- Golesburg Regisfer-Mail, Gafesburg, HI. Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963 19 spoction committee for the month: Donald Mussellmnn, James Durbin, Marion Frail and Gerald Strcitmattcr. The refreshment committee comprises Ralph Gerard and Clyde Ham. The date for the 10fi3 annual firemen's ball was set for Nov. 30 at the Hub in Edelstcin. Committeemen named to be in charge of the ball arc Forrest Lewis, Donald Musscllman, Max Hatfield and Clyde Thurston. The fire department is replacing the fire whistle on the top of the water tower. For several months it has been located lower on the tower and residents and firemen have not been able to hear it. Refreshments were served by Toulon Class Officers Announced TOULON — The freshman class at Toulon Township High School has named class officers as follows: President, Anita Ham; vice president, Judy Zeigler; secretary-treasurer, Anne Lambert; reporter, Linda Ublauer; Student Council, Joann Drake and Gary Smith. The other classes named their officers last spring and have re- DeRoy Booker and H a y d e n Heaton. cently seated tfwfrt. They are; Seniors, Robert WillfaAMon, president; vice president, SteV# Arnold; secretary - treasurer, Karen Dutton; reporter, ftogef Talbert; Student Council, RftA Chilausky; Council holdover, Vickie McMillen. Juniors, president, David Doden; vice president, Nancy Webster; secretary • treasurer, Prise ilia lies; reporter, Linda Dubin; Student Council, Barbara Pyle, and holdover, Jackie Miller. Sophomores, president, Ja k e Rausch; vice president, Gary Steward; secretary - treasurer, Donna Nelmes; reporter, Mary Sue Anderson; Student Council, Both Smith, and holdover, Rickie Miller. Meal by Themselves Not exactly, but Joan's vegetables are th« next thing to it. • Butter beans- big and tender, good by themselvea or a hundred other ways. • Chili beans— delicately seasoned to give you right-now chili with that simmered-overnight flavor. • Kidney beans—world famous as the kidney bean for salads, casseroles, and quick heat-and-serve dishes. LOOK FOR JOAN'S VEGETABLES IN THE CLASSY NEW LABEL BUY NOW FOR WINTER KNOX COUNTY HOME FED BEEF AND PORK! US SIDES OF BEEF 250 lb. SIDE of BEEF Only 135 210 lb. SIDE of BEEF Only 113 00 " Tax us 40 " Tax HALF OF HOG 80 lb. HALF of HOG Only '32 US 00 !' Tax CUTTING WRAPPING Prices Include . . . • RENDERING • SEASONING • TRIMMING • CURING All Meat Guaranteed. Guaranteed to Please — or Your Money Back. PRICES INCLUDE ALL PROCESSING. Va Down, Vz in 30 Days, balance in 60 days when you use our convenient "Deferred Payment Plan.' 4 NO CARRY CHARGES HICKORY SMOKED CURED HAMS lb. 55c HICKORY SMOKED BACON 2 lbs. l SHANK HALF JF^A HAM ,,, JjC STEWING lf A HENS 45C BUTT HALF HAM lb. 57c 10 LB. BOX GROUND BEEF PATTIES $JJ50 WESTERN ZERO LOCKER 456 EAST SOUTH STREET DIAL 343-2161

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