Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 7, 1963
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m'ltik- rtif < tetat« properly at the lite Mfi. iter, enw ftlat wit aokl during ttw P «* w«tk, wfth tha acceptor. «f the hoeac on South Hwjtkrtw Street to Touton, Tin home end l» aeree located just south M teuton ware aoM to Mr. ifld M M . Petit Wagner. Calvin Frltt purchaaed M acrat end another |6 aero ware arid to Br» ' COINS LIFTOFF SO UlNUTIt—NO CUTTINQ New •^•tHAUf-HOtJR CORN MASTER •tinuMit Wttki M Ml tent Mtmtt Uw, w»ru. MMtHM, «t Maty kMk. At iteNs, M COMIMASTER mat MctM Uat« Streed bought i fliiii met. - v 1*. iii I^AlkiP iWItierM hifepttf^iid tfrt^l Mdflen- ehiit btriMlng en Main Strati and wilt move their paint and wallpaper iter* there (rem Che WW- tog owned by »urt Elttttth. ^hey expect to be moved by Not. l. The Wyoming Veterinarian Service will have a branch office in the WlHiama itort and Mri WU- tiame will be in charge. They recently purchated the practice el Dr. John Carroll, who returned to University of lUinoie for further atudy. Wentaa'i Chib to Meet Stark County Federation of Women's Clubs will meet Oct. 12 at Elmira United Presbyterian Church. Registration will be at 1:30 p.m. Program will be presented by Mrs. Carolyn Wallace of Toulon, who will talk on "Plow* er Arrangements" and give demonstrations. 19 Colling All Kids 5-15 Ytem... DONT MISS "Uncle Mac & His Magical Pack October 6-13th 7-8:00 P.M. Nightly ROPE TRICKS - GAMES - CONTEST PRIZES - FREE LESSONS IN MAGIC THE FIRST CHURCH OF THE OPEN BIBLE 656 W. Losey St. Galesburg, Illinois (Call 343-9007 or 343-6523 if transportation needed) Kitchen Cherub! SATURDAY The antics of this darling cherub makes an amusing set of designs to embroider on kitchen towels. Mo. 212-H has hot-iron transfer T~> order send 3 D cents in coins tor each pattern lo Creative Woman, care of Qatesburg Register-Mali 319 W VanBurcn St. Chi rago 7 111 zone style number and itze Add 10 cents tor ist-ciass mailing. Print name address with zone, style number and size. Halfback Ken Waldrop of Army covered 100 yards in 9.6 and the 220 in 20.7 during his high school days in Dallas. AlWood Chits Offers Production WOOD^itJliL-*The senior class ef AlWood tt(gh School has begun rehearsing for its class play which will be presented Nov. is at 9:49 p.m. The plaj is Moliere's "The imaginary Invalid." Members of the east ere James Harnmerlund, Julie Wing, Ttobtrt Thayer, Greg Miller, Barbara Ward, Dave Lundahl, Turee Allison, Karen Morine, Sidney Peterson, Richard SWanson, George Sherrard and Steve Humphrey. Diane Henrikson is the student director, and Richard Clark is the faculty director. ' Forty members of the AlWood Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America and their sponsor, Mrs. Jane Keim, attended the Section Fall Rally of the association at Kewanee Oct. 3. The Blackhawk Division of the Future Teachers of America held a workshop at Kewanee Oct. 5. The AlWood group was accompa* nied by Mrs. Ruth Bloomberg, <5ol<sburq Rfoister-Moil, Gotesburg, HI. Monday, Oct, 7, 1963 7 nient, ras pewn mawf n tne unr* '^.'Mfc* jf • irw &iilfiati ii ••ii'tstui 'it napje w onve tt>* cnnaieniin 1 01 nirajhan of Glaiettnt; Tnt. cottpM excnanaMa wetning vowe at liM^deeW Thunday evening, Sept. 1?, hi the fllia Methodist Church *ith Rev. Kenneth OoodeU reading the ear* mottyi Their attendante were Mrs. Elvtrta .Blair atrtC. 1, Houch, both'o^New tkMton* Mr. and Mrs. Cunningham are residing. at New Boston. Mr. Cunningham is a retired carpenter. AlWood High School FTA sponsor. - - - •-••'"•-••••^ - •-• 1 - • in calories— light, w tasty! Leland M. Smith INSURANCE Room 435, •onk of Ooloaburg Blekj. - -i". * ••• . Phono 342-4412 ••i t'S, 0 £y LAMP Regularly ^11 95 each NOW $Q95 ONLY ^EACH EARLY AMERICAN A %3 ONLY DOWN buyi we limp or • pair, Balance monthly. Readin', writin', and 'rithmetic"—grade school, high school, college—on every level of learning the student in your family will do better with a better light—better sight study lamp. Nothing compares to this flood of glare-free illumination to help young minds work before young eyes get tired. These lamps pass all tests for styling. Traditional, Modern, Early American- take your pick while this Special lasts. And save 2 dollars. ILLINOIS POWER COMPANY 1 ENT SALE GILIETTI SHAVE Aft^ FOAMY IdMBl Ri«.79e EVIKIADY FLASHLIGHT r BATTERIES LIGHTWEIGHT Fold-owoy BED With Sponge) Mottrttt 8 00 1598 oOO Volut GILLETTE SUPER BLUE BLADES 59c .CONTACT SHELF PAPER 49c mn GLYCERIN ICS Aduitprina font. 12's. 69 c Smokers' Toothpaste 5 C Speed Shave PO-DO Reg. or menthol. 11 -ox. 1,V .-or'. ^ '-liA '( 2 86 33" Envelopes Handy f «aer of EIGHTY Regular size. i Right Rcstrvtd to Limit QuantitlM< 1 C SALE OF OLAFSEN VITAMINS! Uihuiatoiy Fresh Potency Guut ciiilccrl' GERIATRIC FORMULA &RV oil Exttci X Spec t ci! ^ Added to Our 1c Sole! WALGREENS DELUXE QUALITY ICE CREAM AYTINAL Vitamins Minerals 953a? 44c 6.95 - DE-VILBIS *2 .49 AYTINAL JR. A 50 Chawablt Mulfi -Vitamini 0^ FOR .t" - * All-Nite VAPORIZER '4.44 for children I 100 tablets *2.79 Multiple VitaminiASOl .?^*!!!5 e ^^HS^L,- with B1 2 added. 4% E /\p 100 tablets. Add 1 1, get A NECKLACES or EARRINGS .., by W/NiY. Compare $2 Stiltrsl 2-2 j| Many More Vltomlm olso on Salol I " T" * ^"^f^<y RUBBING ALCOHOL ^algreens fine DELUXE Equality. PINT SIZE ... RfGULAft 55c 2:56' MINERAL OIL [Wa'grtert* extra heavy; Inon-fattening, Pint site. IRIOUUR 69c COUGH SYRUP 4nrihlftaiti/fi{c/ medicating. Fights cold in all stages. RfOMiAJt $1.19 ««• Rtfiili or 53c SUPER ATYNAL BOTTLE OF 100 Regular 5.98 2 ior 5 illfolds, Cloclo, VCacchet, and Jewelry. v x Bottei for St

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