Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 3, 1963 · Page 12
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12 Golesbura Register»Moil, Galesburg, III. Thursdoy, Oct. 3, 1963 Rally Day h Observed At Maquon Church Service MAQUON—Rally day was observed Sunday at the Sunday school of the Methodist Church wlith a 60 per cent increase in attendance. The children's department, with Mrs. Reece Thurman, as director, sang a group on songs. Each class and teacher were recognized. Promotion of classes preceded the program. Sponsors Car Wash The Latin Club of the Spoon River Valley School held a car wash Friday at the Maquon Park. Latin Club washes also were held at Fairview and London Mills Friday. Mrs. Edna Harper was appointed to obtain prices on a public address system, for use at the church. The hostess was assisted in serving lunch by Mrs. Edna Harper and Mrs. Elta Morse. Class Convenes Mrs. Loren Rambo, and Mrs. S. W. Gooding were guests of Mrs. Russell Cecil Friday when the Keep Klimbing Sunday School Class met at the Cecil home. Maquon Briefs Mr. and Mrs. Erling Christensen, Mrs. A. T. Wurtzberger, Mrs. Arthur Widmer, Mrs. Wayne Smith, Miss Addie Halsey, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Det- mers and Mrs. George Durdle attended the annual meeting of the Mid-Century Telephone Cooperative at Canton Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faucon and Alberta spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Priller at Roanoke. Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Moats and Mrs. L. C. Davis attended the service at the First Methodist Church at Peoria Sunday. Later they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nelson in Peoria. Mrs. Andy Nesselrode of Wheatridge, Colo., the former Bessie Brocklehurst Mastin called on friends and former neighbors Friday. She and her husband have been visiting her son, Paul Mastin and family, near Maquon, and her sister, Mrs. Genevieve Lundberg, near DeLong. The bloodhound is descended from stag-hunting hounds that Norman Conquerors brought to England in the 11th Century. From 1916 to 1962, more than 2,950,000 coyotes were slain in the government's predator control program. READ THE WANT ADS! FINGERS ON THE FUTURE—Operator Jim Muirhead makes powerful "music"—hydroelectric power music—on the keys of this space-age-control desk of Hamilton Hydro, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Its sweeping design suggesting.the control bayof some ; yast space ship, it provides connections for control of 11 substations, and provision for up to 40 stations total. Electronic devices at the substations perform their remote control functions at touch of a button or a small switch. Every body out of the rut • • • the 9 04 Buicks are here! Buitk Special: Now longer wheulbdse, safety bo* itamti, roomier body. Still low priced Bulck Skylark: A vary parional car with a flair tor action. Now In 3 modal*. Our happiest problem for '64 was: how to beat a winner? According to thousands of owners, the 1963 models just about had it made In all departments. But—when your name is Buick— you just don't rest on your laurels. You keep pushing to make a great car greater. So . . . the '64 Buicks are new—but new. New engines, V -6 or V -8 (you'll like their new gas econ» omy), new, smoother, extra-cost option, Super Turbine Transmissions (and who, but Buick, would build in an altitude compensator?). Youngest looking Fisher Bodies in town I Visit a showroom, sit in any one of the new Buicks, and practice this short easy line: "My Buick." Sounds good, doesn't it? ...ubave aU 9 they're BUCKS: SfE YOUR LOCAL AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER. AUTHORIZED BUICK DEALER! IN THIS AREA:. PUCKETT BUICK CO., 149 WEST MAIN HUILI MM aiiHn offdara <U- JEl t. •JttY .SC W«ch .ddroaa Mow. Ordart wUi HOT b* M> MBtod at OtlMtaffff n»wtp»p#f eflleo . .Picture these, aprons mide of,red or green checked gingham, holly in crosMtitch. • •. Red berrlea and deep green leaves were put on 7->to-the-ineh checked gingham. Use check this or about same size. Pattern 710: charts, directions. TMri/-uv* cents in eotnt tot tint pattern—add IS cents for each pattern for (irtt-clafl« matting and special Handling Send to Laura Wheeler., care ol Qaleaburg Register-Man, 74 Needlecraft Dept., P O. Box 161. Old Chelsea Station New York il. NY mntplainb PATTERN NUMBER NAME AO DRESS ana ZONE BIGGEST BARGAIN in Needle craft History! Nev* 1964 Needle craft Catalog has ovei 200 designs, costs only 25c! A "must" if vou knit, crochet, sew weave, em broider, quilt, smock do crewel work. Hurry, send 25c right no /. Henderson Grove News Briefs HENDERSON GROVE - A large crowd attended the turkey dinner in Messiah Church Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Weston Fruland of Sheridan, were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson. They attended 'he Farm Progress Show at Morton Sept. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas entertained Mr. and Mrs. James Gietner and family of Brimfield at a wiener roast at their home Saturday. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Simkins were Mr. and Mrs. Diefendorf and family of Farmington. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson were hosts to the Messiah Luther League and parents for a wiener roast and campfire vespers Sunday at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hallberg attended the Farm Progress Show at Morton recently. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Krans were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Young and Rickey and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Healy, of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilson of Knoxville; Mrs. Ruth Jackman of California; Mrs. Pearl Jacobson of Washington, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wax of Gibson City. Mrs. Wax is a sister of Carl Sandburg. They all attended the open house of the Carl Sandburg Cottage caretaker's house in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Douglas and family were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Diefendorf and family at Yates City. At the height of Atlantis' power and glory, tradition has it, the legendary island-continent sank into the sea. 77 "WHAT'S GOING ON?"-Wesl Berliaers take a» Qpi»u*i unity to eye life on the Communist tide ol the wail through a chink in the concrete curtain. Kline's Girls* 7 to 14 yr. STRETCH PANTS •"Sfrefchinr by Bobbie Brooks Tapered style with stirrup bottom* Blacktred and blue** Sizes 10 to 14— $4.98 Sizes 3 to $2.98 STRETCH TOPS TO MATCH by Bobbie Brooks Sizes 7 to 14 *3" long sleeve tops in blue, black or red. Sizes 3 to 6x—$2.98 Girls' V- Neck SHETLAND SWEATERS Sizes 7 t6 14* »3" Choose from lovely quality wool Shetland pullovers. Colors of grey, red and new blue. Dickie insert in White, 100% Orion Acrylic, Turtle Neck. Sizes 7 to 14 years. $1.98 GIRLS' SLACK SETS Sizes 7 to 14 Sizes 4 to <x—$4.98 Slack sets with orlon acrylic top, shirt with patches on sleeves in red or black. Wide wale cor* duroy slack and turtle neck tip front popover in charcoal or green. 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