Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 15
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NEW WINDSOR i Three grand children of Mr. aiW Mrs. Max Gtovw wtiose birthday anrtiveu- Mries occurred recently, were honored at an evening party and picnic supper at the Graver home. Honored were Mary Ann and Debbie Murphy and Peggy Barton. Attending the event Sept. 2? were: Mr. and Mrs. John Mur phy and family of Moline; the 0a- Obnermd at NewWitukor Galesburq .fteoi.4te,f*Moi.l f Golesburg, 111. Wednesday, Oct. 2, 1963 15 "LOOK" Give-A-Gift VIMRS 149 I. Main St. lor Fin* Dinmrwore $1 Down - $1 Wttk vid Barton family, Mr. and Mfti Dennis Graver, Mr. aftd Mrs. Clifford Montgomery of Mew Windsor. The Sept. 30 birthday anniversary of Mrs. Roy Wert* w«i observed by the Barn.ey Birthday Club, at the meeting Sept. 27. Mrs. Sheldon Johnson was hostess at her home to the 11 members and Mrs. Dean Johnson of Lynn Center, a guest, who attended. Contests were the afternoon's diversion. A cheer card was signed by the group for Mrs. George.Peter­ son, a member, who was a patient at the Cottage Hospital following the loss of four toes in a la m mowing accident at her home. New Windsor Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Prank Rezner returned Sept. 19 from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. William Wingo at Battle Creek, Mich. Their trip continued to Niagara Palls, Red Lake, Canada, international Palls and returned traveling through Minnesota and fowa. Marvin Peterson of Maquon and his brother Roy Peterson have returned from a hunting and fishing trip near Red Lake, Canada. Mr, rind Mrs. Percy Thomas attended the lMh District .all meeting of Rural Letter Carriers. Saturday at Hillsdale. Miss Marjorie Ann Nelson of Chicago, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson. By surmising where on the Minnesota-Ontario border canoes of Prance's 18th Century tr a d e f s may have foundered, scuba divers have emerged with rust-covered muskets, axes, spears, brass kettles and other goods that the voyagers intended to exchange for beaver pelts. OUT Oim WAY-B? I. It. William. Shoe Spikes Changed BROCKTON, Mass. (AP) - A local shoe manufacturer has come up with an idea that by eliminating the center spike in golf shoes a golfer will be able to add more power. The toe spike has been moved down and the outside spikes are closer to the sole edge of the shoe. More spikes will be in contact with the ground throughout the swing, is the claim. Now Many Wtar FALSE TEETH With Llttlt Worry fiat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, •lipping or wobbling. FASTEETH holds plates firmer and more comfortably. This pleasant powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. The car that answers the question, "After their '63 model, what in the world will Pontiac do for '64?" It wasn't easy, topping our super-successful '63. But we did it, with trim new styling • handsome new interiors • a smoother, quieter ride • Wide- Track stability • 389-cu. in. Trophy V-8 power in every model • Isn't this what other cars wish they looked and acted like and don't? '64 Pontiac Pontiac .— plus a whole new kind of Pontiac. If you've been buying the same low-priced car time after time, get ready to break the habit. What's new with Tempest for '64? Practically riding suspension • new brakes • new steering • everything. New 215 -cubic inch in-line 6 • longer, new frame • If a car like this won't break that habit roomier body • wider Wide-Track • new smooth- nothing will. Check your dealer soon! '64 Pontiac Tempest SEE THE ONIY DEALER WHO SELLS THE WIPE-TRACK CARS-YOUR AUTHORIZED PONTIAC DEALER INMAN MOTORS, INC. 172 South Prairit Stmt Galttburg, Illinois <$eld PRESENTS COMPLETE ALL NEW FALL FASHIONS AND Save J 28' 5 YOUR UNRESTRICTED CHOICE • of any $55.00 Suit • of any $45.00 Topcoat • of any $35.00 Sportcoat • of any $12.95 Slacks Here's What You Get With Your 142-4197 ' In HI CALESIUK Address jZJ^W%?<U*tS^&" City •OLD BY MO. D/ ^ / Y *' AMT. RBCO. 9 l*+Uk */S*f* A Regular $147.95 Value $ YOU PAY ONLY SAVE $ 28.95 YOUR FIRST PAYMENT NOT DUE TIL NOVEMBER. Qnmiv <c (Meld 34$ E, Main St., Downtown Galesburg

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