Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 14
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Homemahen Unit Meets At Belmont mMONt ~ The Bald Bluff Unit of the Homemakers 15xteii< ston Association met tost week with Mrs. Clara Ryner. Quests were Mrs. Fred tthedenhouser and Mrs. Everett Predrlcksoti. A united Nations potluck dinner was served. Mrs. floreti Rowley gave the minor lesson, "Does Your Child Embarrass You?" Mrs. Paul Dreher gave the major lesson, "Shoes for the Family." Belmont Briefs fiverett Fredrickson, Paul Fredrickson and Dwight Rick* etts attended the father son banquet at the Lutheran Church in Alette Oct. 2. The Gideons will have a part in the Church Service Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Louck of Monmouth were Tuesday dinner guests at the Merlin Shike home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rowley and Kathryn and Dr. Robert and Mrs. Rowley and family of Burlington had a picnic dinner at Monmouth Park Sunday in honor of Miss Susan Rowley's eighth birthday, which occurs Oct. 4. Mr. and Mrs. James Free and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Campbell attended the funeral for their aunt, Mrs. Earl Thompson, Oct. 2 at Tama, Iowa. Mrs. Everett Fredrickson, Mrs. Pete Fredrickson, Mrs. Merlin Shike, Mrs. Emil Johnson and Mrs. Rilious Anderson attended a breakfast at the North Henderson Lutheran Church Wednesday. Mrs. Clara Ryner spent Oct. 3 at the Charlie Ryner home in Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Test of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike held a fish fry at the Covered Bridge Sunday near Gladstone. The Shikes spent the evening with Mrs. Gracie Peterson at the .Peterson cabin. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nevius of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson of Monmouth and. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Meloan of Oquawka. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dreher, Linda and Bill, and John Rowley of Little York attended a picnic dinner for Miss Martha Dreher, who celebrated her 85th birthday at the Perkins Park in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy of Biggsville, Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Laird spent Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. George Lacey and family of Peoria and Mrs. Louise Kauzlarich of Farmington spent Sunday at the George Kauzlarich home. Mrs. Viola Meehan of Monmouth attended church at Belmont Sunday and attended a birthday dinner for Mrs. Levi Waters near Eliza. Mr. and Mrs. Rilious Anderson and Mrs. Myrtle Ash also attended the dinner for Mrs. Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Shike were guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Louck of Monmouth on a steam boat ride on the river Oct. 3 and had a picnic supper at the sand bar south of Keithsburg. Louck built the steam boat. Jack Kroy, Bob Overmeyer and Marvin Garner of Rochester, Ind. attended the Chester White hog sale at the Edward Smith home and were guests in the Smith Home Saturday night. OES Meets WOODHULL — Regular meet ing of Chapter 622, OES, was held Wednesday evening at the Masonic Hall with Edna and William Kronsted presiding in the East. The altar was draped in memory of Mrs. Mabel Huffman of Port Byron, a 55-year member of the local chapter. It was announced that beginning this month, meetings will start at 7:30 p.m., continuing at that hour through the winter. Mrs. Lyle Johnson, associate matron, attended Grand Chapter sessions in Chicago last week. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Dahlstrom served refreshments during the social hour. Be modern with MOEN tht new DIMCET * 11, EKSTROM Plumbing * HMttog (Plan Project Ai Keithsburg SMTTHSMIRE - A benefit for tht Children's Society will be held Saturday at» a.m. in Liberty Hall in the form of a backyard •alt. ftoes desiring articles for the sale to be picked up may call any of the following committee: Mrs. Keith Galbreath, Mrs. Ralph LaFary, Mrs. James Fell or Mrs. Tom Hilten, Mr. and Mrs. Max Reynolds and daughter Diane spent Saturday with their daughter. Miss Carol at Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Galbreath and sons Joe and David, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oneal of near Roseville, spent the weekend at the Delia in Wisconsin. 5 " t < 4 s wa^ s THE ARMY WAY—US. Army ski troops, carrying snowshoes, packs and rifles, test the practicability of rappel* ling (descending by rope) from a hovering helicopter to snow-covered arctic terrain near Ft Richardson, Alaska. It's a helicopter of a way to get down. Seaton Youth Is Injured SEATON — Parker Kellman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Keilman of Seaton, and a junior at Aledo High School, broke his left collarbone while playing football in the Seaton Park. He was taken to the Mercer County Hospital in Aledo where he will remain several days. folesbura Reolster-Moil, Golesburo. 111. Wednesdoy f Pet. 9. 1 96$ ft EVE ON THE SPARROWS-Head covered with • babushka, an oM woman feeds bread crumbs to two young sparrows who lighted on her fingers in London. The birds seem to be having a private conversation, oblivious of the human eavesdropper. It was an unusual sight, for sparrows ordinarily shy away from humans, even If they do bear food. II They Like Them WOOSTER, Ohio (AP) - The Ohio Agricultural Experiment Station maintains a garden of more than 100 varieties of perennial flower plants. Thousands visit it annually. Dr. Robert 0. Miller, who directs care of the garden, says one of its main purposes is to allow home gardeners to see growth habits of particular plants in order to Judge whether they want them in their own plots. President Truman and his family lived in Blair House from 1949 to 1962 while the interior of the White House was being rebuilt. News Brief* Of Larehland ; LARCHLAND ~ John Hfflptfi has received Word of the lets** illness nf his mother, Mrs. Trientje Hippen of Tlmewell flit wife, Mrs. Iris Hippen, left Frl* day to be with her a few days. Mrs. Eva Needhaffl of near Viola is visiting a few days With her sisters, Mrs. Elmer Ray and Mrs. Olive firitt. Larry Hippen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hippen of Monmouth Route 4, who is in his third year at the University of Illinois at Urbana, has a new address which is 123 Babcock Hall, PAR, Urbana, ill. EASY TERMS Compliment to Your Lm contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAIRE Ml 9.00 OMIM «f 14K W>lta er Ytllsw OeM 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, III. I JEWELEI Center Prairie Meeting Slated CENTER PRAIRIE—The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Thursday afternoon at the church. Hostess will be Miss Susie Coleman. Church services next Sunday are at 8:45 a. m. Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. the pastor, Rev. Phillip Snider, announced. Mrs. George Englund and Mrs. G. W. Van Dran spent Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morrison at Reynolds. Mrs. Russell Sandquist and daughter and Mrs. Mary Harpman were recent visitors in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Harpman were entertained for supper at the home of his mother, Mrs. Mary Harpman and Linda Sunday for Harpman's birthday. John Carlson of Knoxville spent Sunday at the home of his mother Mrs. August Carlson and family. Mrs. Josie O'Dean of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil O'Dean were visitors Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Victor Lindstrom. Mrs. Ruth Ann Mackey visited in Macomb over the weekend a house guest of Miss Shirley German. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Carlson were dinner guests Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carlson in Galesbug. Mrs. Heflin To Celebrate 86th Birthday WOODHULL — Mrs. Anna Heflin, a lifetime resident of Woodhull, will observe her 86th birthday Tuesday, Oct. 8 and in observance of the occasion, her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Kenneth Heflin, will hold open house at the honoree's home on that date. Calling hours will be from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to call. After Nov. 1 Mrs. Heflin will go to the Henry County Convalescent Home near Geneseo, where she will spend the winter. Mrs. Heflin has four children, Mrs. Ruby Calhoun, Moline; Harold Heflin, who resides at the convalescent home; Lyle Heflin at home and Kenneth of Woodhull. Ophiem Legion Adds Member OPHIEM — Frank Trobaugh became a member of the Ophiem American Legion at Us meeting Thursday night. Vinton Johnson of Cambridge and Marshall Heeney of Kewanee attended the meeting. Members decided to invite a speaker for their regular meeting in the near future. Meetings Set Women's Auxiliary to the Ophiem American Legion Post will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in tile home of Mrs. W. J. Nelson. Lutheran Church Women will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. Set Gretmbush Meet GREENBUSH - The Greenbush Unit Homemakers will hold October meeting Oct. 16 at 1:30 p.m. at the home of the Misses Edith and Lulu Simmons. READ THE WANT ADS) f Remodeling Bedroom Sale SAVE ON BEDDING NATIONALLY FAMOUS SEALY EXCLUSIVE AT DOYLES Nationally famous Sealy is now available in the Galesburg area through an exclusive franchise with Doylo Furniture. Soaly is a major supplier to hotels and motels—the people who buy only long lasting quality bedding at exceptionally prices. This is now available to you at Doyles. WE PURCHASED SEALY ENTIRE STOCK AT ROCK BOTTOM PRICES! Budget Priced Sealy Hotel-Motel Sleep Set Get every bit of the outstanding comfort and durability chosen by smart hotel bedding buyers throughout the country. Resilient tempered steel coils and crush-proof pre-built borders give added support. Covered in smart, long-wearing stripe fabric. We ore remodeling our bedroom department. To clear space at once, we of for every bedroom sot to you at greatly rtductd prices. Buy now for immediate or futurt delivery. m v EACH 34" BOTH FOR Sealy Deluxe Hotel Sleep Set Enjoy the extra firmness that comes from high coil count. Covered in sturdy, heavyweight striped ticking. Featuring Sealy's famous smooth-top construction. Plus pre-built borders, cord handles, air vents. To save the most money buy the mattress and matching box spring. EACH 39" BOTH FOR $ See bedrooms by Kroehler, Bassett, Kent-Coffey, Lane, Garrison, Broyhill, Hooker and other famous makes. See styles in Modern, Contemporary, French Provincial, Italian, Danish, Antique White, Mediterranean and Early American. ARTISAN GROUP BY KROEHLER $OOC 9S Walnut and pecan in Contemporary Treatment. Was 399.95 NOW JLww MODERN WALNUT BY BASSETT—Triple Dresser, bookcase SIQO 95 bed and chest Formica tops was 249.95 NOW Ijfjr CONTEMPORARY BEDROOM BY LANE $*)AA °5 Beautiful Inlay Design. — Was 399.95 NOW M*¥lF RANCH OAK BY KROEHLER $*>*)tV5 Open stock pieces Was 329.95 NOW XsV# Sealy Button-Free Sleep Set Top quality innerspring unit has hundreds of tempered steel coils. Plus the luxury of a smooth, button-free sleeping surface covered by a beautiful imported damask fabric that's extra durable. Don't miss this great comfort combination! . 4TIS s 79 Sealy Quilted Sleep Set Look at all you get: imported damask cover richly quilted with foam for added comfort, plus 312 -coil construction for wonderfully firm support. Buy mattress and box spring to save big while quantities last! «» '49" 9 $ 89 •ikirt if til faious Soaly Posturepedio* Ttrmi At FRENCH PROVINCIAL BY GARRISON large 5 Drawer Chest Included. Was 329.95 NOW MODERN GREY MAHOGANY BY BASSETT Serpentine Front - Formica Tops. Was 229.95 NOW ITALIAN PROVINCIAL BY BROYHILL Choice of Two Groups. Was 399.95 NOW MEDITERRANEAN BY HOOKER Beautiful Design on all pieces. —Was 399.95 NOW Mony more sets nor listed. Come in soon for these unusual buys. $ 249 M 95 $ 159 *349 w *339 M DOYLE Furniture Company 428 EAST MAIN STRUT PHONE 342-4310

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