Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1963 · Page 16
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
Issue Date:
Wednesday, October 9, 1963
Page 16
Start Free Trial

SIDE GLANCES WINDSOR new adult iwtvflction books, which have hem placed on the shelves at Rival! Township Library re* cently by Mrs. Herbert Peterson, librarian, include: The Popular Medical Encyclopedia by Morris Fishbeiii; The Mormon Story by ttulon S. Howells; The West Indies by Carter Hariman; Sacred Writings of The World*! Great Religions by S. E. Frost; My Life in Court by Louis Nizer. Also added are the following new fiction books: Wedding in the Family by Rosamond duJardin; The Darkness, and the Dawn by Thomas B. Costain; Johnny Osage by Janice Holt Giles; The Young Titait by F, VanWyck Mason; The Crowded Sky by Hank Searls; Epidemic by 1 G, Slaughter. The following are new children's books t Here's a Penny by Carolyn Haywood; Winnie-the- Pooh by A. A. Milne; When We Were Very Young by A. A* Milne; The House at Pooh Corner by A. A. Milne; Now We Are Six, A. A. Milne; Gamble of the Marines by Raymond John Toner. Also, Nine Makes a Team by Mike Neigoff; The Way Mothers Are by Mariam Schlein; Understanding Japan by Marion Gar- tier; Four Cheers for Camping by Seymore Fleishman; The Mice That Ate Iron by Katherine Evans; Toby's Friends by Laura Bannon; There Is a Happy Land, by Marion Fuller Archer. Mrs. Peterson, the librarian, reminded non-residents that as of "Evtry averting the TV venin* the TV goes yak, yak. yak. think l v d be entitled to equal time!" I thould Requests Bids On Removal of Scrap Material Glamor Wardrobe PRINTED PATTERN District 205 Board of Education | FOR TEEN FASHION MODEL DOLL 4891 That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment because their plate dropped, slipped or wobbled at just the wrong time. Do not live In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH, the alkaline (non-acid) powder, on your plates. Hold false teeth more firmly, so they feel more comfortable. Does not sour. Checks "plate odor breath". Get FASTEETH at drug counters everywhere. announced today that it will accept bids for the removal of an accumulation of miscellaneous scrap iron, steel, copper and brass. Bids, school officials said, must be made on the total amount of materials. Further information regarding location of materials and bid forms may be obtained at the Board of Education office, 590 N. Prairie St. Bids are due on or before Monday at 4 p.m. Nov. 1 the fee will be $2 annually instead of $1. The circulation of books and magazines for the past month included, adults 268, children 272, making a total of 540. MIRRO and DuPonff combino to bring you a kitchen miracle I STICK * a i d •an ;id •••II MOST-WANTED UTENSILS for Baking... Roasting. ..Boiling... Fry ins TEFLON 9 FINISHED by MIRRO FIRST to be awarded the DUPONT TEFLON Seal of Approval Yob really can't believe ft till you've seen it! Nothing sticks, even burned-on foods! You never scour to clean. Just a rinse and i swish and the work's all done! Makes no difference whether you use shortening for flavor or no grease at all—j us t the bare, dry pan. It's the most practical miracle of modern cookware —the most time-saving, work-saving ever! Come see for yourself, TODAY I Lovely Pastel Colors Biscuit, Artichoke Green, Persion Pmlm Melon MimiO frtatf and Utf fa* $1.99 MIRRO ttas uni Ml Man £3^9 Aftftofcs Crete Artichoke 6*ea* MIRRO Muffin ftm _ MIRRO $2.19 MIRRO WuU Pin rtichoks Greet MIRRO Cw*yft« AA UKBIOMKI*. $2 .99 MIRRO Sam Ortftfe m > $4.99 MIRRO fry ft* $4.99 I IXC 4U THi FINEST MUMINUM, YOU CAN CfT «T AT BROTHERS MAIN o»d SIMINARY ST. 342*0174 NOT&: Sana pattern ordart direct to Maw York. Watch addrass balow. Ord«» will NOT bo oe- ooptod at Oalosboffl aawspapai offic*. Sew thi9 exciting wardrobe for a child's teen-age model doll. Use glamorous scrap* in your sewing basket. Costs pennies to make- gives endless joy! Send now. Printed Pattern 4891: For llifr- inch teen fashion model doll, use scraps. FUTY CENTS in coins tor this pattern—add 15 cento tor each pattern for firrt-claas moiling and special handling. Send to Anno ftr dam ?v . ca £ e °* Qaieeburg Register- MaU, 411, Pattern Dept., 243 W. I7tb St., New York 11. N Y. Print 20N^WZE and STYLE NUMBER PATTERN FREE! MaU coupon Inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ready now) Over 300 do- sign ideas, all sizes. Send 50 cents for Catalog. Rio Woman's Group Report New Members RIO — Ladies Service Guild of the Rio Presbyterian Church met Oct. 3 at the church. Mrs. Dale L. Johnson reported the rugs for the fall bazaar are completed. Mrs. Claude Frankenburger reported she was packing the clothing box to be sent to Mississippi by Oct. 15. Additional donations will be accepted. Mrs. Virginia Dye and Mrs. Mildred Russell told of their successful food sale that was held in Galesburg Sept. 21. The guild voted to serve the Christmas luncheon for the Rio Woman's Club Dec. 10 at the church, with Mrs. Dale L. Johnson and Mrs. K. J* Spring as cochairmen. The 1964 officers were announced by the nominating committee. They are Mrs. Richard Shepherd, president; Mrs. Warren Dye, vice president; Mrs. Ross Pitman, secretary and Mrs. Walter Melton, treasurer. New members are Mrs. Ed Gulstrand, Mrs. David Flack and Mrs. Jack Glass. Devotions were given by Mrs. Merrill Swanson. Mrs. Dennis Cederberg read an article on "Segregation," and a poem of "September." Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. A. C. Leaf green, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Ross Pitman and Mrs* Don Stromquist. 1 *. i fa« 1 to Ntt* 1100 *rts M si, 4 t aqic value 6 ... A m Grmntt sfefff leap prtct mm eaf •tea hmrt mm 3:. mm P ft: ffl&r r ™ wrtaiL,, •or* j Y. 'WW-' •AW m UL Approved—Guaranteed? GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT MAID APPLIANCES CRANTS-OWN BRAN^ HIS* WOMEN'S COTTON FLANNEL PAJAMAS & GOWNS I. 4s CHILDREN'S 2-K SLEEPERS RIOULARLY 3.99 iigglMLT 9.99 la. Stom*Dty Iron • Portable Mixer Automatic Toaster 12 -Inch Skillet • 5%-Qt. Cooker-Fryer • Aatomatic Percolat CodkMy-warm, washable Lace-trimmed yokes • Fink, blue. Prints, checks Small, mediu and 32 to 40 ^large REOaLAMT IM m Soft br «hed knit cotton m Conplrltiy mMin Safe-tread plastic eole, deans easily e PuH comfort cut e Pastete Si«#lto4 f and2to6 , is ft** -JD- » AM AvflNIMI Uovas Sf ^^^^ * ^ a !<i>:>:-; r>SV f S • v. rink Rosa BESS **** v < • - j n ess. as f f :AI^-*: <<4 4 :5? If CarauMl * » * * * el j ft: 4* YOUR CHOICE PIECE DECORATED MEUMC BY PROtON SERVICE FOR 8 w •• • • • i • GRANTS-OWN BRAND GRANT-CREST 9 FULLY AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC BLANKET GRANTS-OWN BRAND PENNLEIGH* PREP MEDIUM-WEIGHT BOYS' UNDERWEAR GRANTS-OWN BRAND PENNLEIGH 9 MEN'S REGULARLY 18.99 Quality melamine dinnerware... looks like china but resists breaking! 8 each: decorated dinner and salad plates; solid color cups, saucers, soups, 1 vegetable dish, platter, creamer, sugar bowL RKMMJUELY 11.99 » No mummy dotm 1 £5 mMf 80% rayon, 20% cotton; 9 safety thermostats. Washable. 72x84" fits twi full beds. Single control. 1.25 weekly REGULARLY 69* IA. Cap-sleeve T shirt Mid-length shorts Non-bulky rib-knit Absorbent cotton Size* 6 to 16 REGULARLY 3.99 Machine wash... fabric zesists nhrinlring, colors stay bright Top stitched collar, permanent stays. 2 pockets. S, M, I* XL, MANY UNADVERTISED SPECIALS... LOOK FOR THEM IN EVERY DEPARTMENT GRANTS-OWN BRAND GUtGER LANE* GIRLS' fOU1ARLY 39c IA» GRANTS-OWN GRANTS-OWN BRAND JOYCE LANE 9 NECKLACE I EARRINGS slat II* M fa*. aa AFRICAN VIOLETS IN BUD OR BLOOM SPECIAL PtWCHAM GRANT-MAID 22x44" PRINT BATH TOWELS GRANTS-OWN BRAND PENNLEIGH 9 PREP ROYS' SWEATER GRANTS-OWN PENNLEIGH" PREP BOYS' MEDIUM- WEIGHT RMIMARLY 49c IA. GIANT 5-CiU FlASMltGMT COMPLETE WITH 5 BATTERIES ticMJLARtY S.99 RIOULARLY 1.09 4>P»a f0AM*BACK PLASTIC PLACE MAT SIT Sale 77c RfOULARLY 140 ^ Dress in your bath with poppy or rose prints in pretty pastels on white cotton terry. Fringed. CHRISTMAS CAMS WITH ENVELOPES «t *B0X Of 25 Only*! Sturdy kwd wann Mend of 75% LansbM wool and 25% Oriott* acrylic. Zip it aU the way up and collar converta to turtle neck far added wwsuth, 10-18. • CapHdeew T^Wrt a Mid-Jenitfa shorts Non-bulky rib-knit ss> Ahanahemk CHAIGI-II' MO MONEY POWN,90 BAYS OS MONTHS TO PAY V<>< < NT

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free