Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 5

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 14, 1963
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New Windsor Group Views Tour West NEW WINDSOR - "A Happy Trip to California" was the theme of the New Windsor Par- ent'Teacher Association meet* tog Thursday. Elbert Smlck of Rock Island provided the entertainment with a color film strip on various interesting parts of California, which he had visited. Rev. Paul Hornier made the Introduction. Mrs. Lyman Dahlgren presided during the business session. Mrs. Dale Tornquist, ways and means chairman, reported the PTA will sponsor a chili supper DR. L. ERNSTE1N OPTOMETRIST CONTACT LENSES EYES EXAMINED ft^tmi LIVING SOUND ^^^^ HEARING AIDS GALESBURG OPTICAL CO. Ml B. Main Mount t A.M. to S P.M. rrldari! I A.M. to MO P.M. Wedneeday't Til Noon 341-1117 or 142-3017 Oct. 21 with serving from S to 9 p.m. at the school cafeteria. Mrs. Dean Frllehtenicht, Dr. C. M. Linker, Lyman Dahlgren and Leon Tygret were appointed to the safety committee. Their first project is to try to obtain better crosswalks for the school children from the south part of town to the grade school. Mothers of tht fifth graders were hostesses. New Windsor Briefs Mrs. Wayne Nelson and daughter Susan spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Nelson at Ames, Iowa. Mrs. Emil Johnson entertained the following guests at her home Oct. 10: Miss Marie Benander of Des Moines, Iowa; Mrs. Marvin Gabrielson, Mrs. Walter Peterson, Mrs. Ira Guldenzoph, Mrs. Helen Anderson and Mrs. Martin Blick of Swedona; Mrs. Clyde Byers of Coal Valley and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anderson and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson of Orion. Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Jones and sons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Neal McOrew at St. Charles, Mo. Eddie Jones and Scot McGrew shared honors at a birthday dinner arranged for them that day. Canned baked beans are extra good with a pinch of dry mustard added before heating. Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY *i Now you can rent tho new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampouer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo Save big with tht* easy to use 'do It yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of vonr came tins Available at Wheaton Guest Visits At Oquawka OQUAWKA - Mrs. Frank Wilcox of Wheaton came Wednesday to spend a few days with her mother, Mrs. H. C. Ives and Mr. Ives, and to be with her mother, who had surgery at Monmouth Hospital Oct. 10. Eddy Delabaf, who had been In the armed forces and stationed in Germany for the past several months, has received his discharge from service, and arrived home Oct. 6. En route he spent a night with his brother, James W. Delabar Jr. and family in Geneva. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dick McClelland were Mr. and Mrs. Gale Powell and daughter Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powell and family, Mrs. Richard Powell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene DeMoss and family, of Rushville; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Shanks and family of Astoria and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Horwedel and family of Buda. Mrs. Pauline Bigger, owner and operator of Pauline's Beauty Shoppe in Oquawka, attended recently a 2 -day educational clinic in hairstyling in Burlington. Miss Maureen Haney and Michael Tee, students at Western University, spent the weekend at their parental homes here. Exiled Acadians The Acadians were driven from their homes in Canada because they refused to swear loyalty to the British Crown after Great Britain conquered New France (Canada) in the 1700s. HILL ARCADE BLDG. 342-1313 GALESBURG, ILL. WITH A LUSTROUS FINISH ^ MATCHING HANDBAGS $ 9 M GENUINE ALLIGATOR CALF uppers,,, create one of the most sophisticated looks of the fall season. In rich brownl Choose from a smart stacked walking shoe or a slim, sleek opera pump ,,. both designed to flatter your most basic suits or dresses. Always look to Bowmans for the NEW,., IN SHOES AND VALUEI 14 99 SWEETIE PTE By Nndlne Seltzer Golcsburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Monday, Oct. 14, 1963 5 • mi fcj MIA. Uc TX. M» U.S. M. ON. "Leave it to a female driver to tie up traffic!" Shimmy Jumper PRINTED PATTERN Established Awards First Nobel Prize awards were made in 1901. They were estab lished by a Swedish inventor, Alfred Bernhard Nobel. To prevent the potatoes turning dark (after grating) add a half teaspoon of ascorbic acid powder to three cups of the grated potatoes. Good to know when you're making potato pancakes! NOTE: Band patient order* direct to New York Watch addreie balew. Orders will NOT ba ac> septed at Galeibura aawepaper office Button-front jumper with waist- skimming lines unci chic details to make a fashionminried miss very happy. Spice-bright colors for blouse Printed Pattern 4740; Children's Sizes 2. 4. 6, 8. Size 6 jumper 1 yard 54-inch; blouse la yard 35- inch. rifTY CENTS in coins tot trtis pattern—add 15 cent* foi each pattern for flnt -elHM mailing and special nandling Sena to Anne Adams, care of Gaiestmrg Register Mall 4)1 Pattern Dent 343 w 17th St., New VorH tl, N V Print Plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE SIZE and STYLf NUMBER PATTERN FREEI MaU coupon inside new Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog, ,-eady nowi Over 300 design ideas, all sizes. Send 50 centa for Catal >g. Female Motorist Mrs. John R. Ramsey was.the first woman to drive an automobile coast-to-coast, accomplishing the feat in 1909 when she drove from San Francisco to New York City. uAt /ioM fldlmA 01 pin4.. FOR SALON RESULTS WITH OGILVIE HOME PERMANENT Only Ogilvie, hair specialists for over 50 years, can make you that offer. Safe, gentle, salon-tested... Ogilvie home permanent with exclusive Pre- Perm conditioner puts your hair In top shape to take a perfect wave. Creme Waving Lotion lets you regulate waving time according to the texture and condition of your hair. Premixed Creme Neutrallzer conditions to add extra body and bounce, leaves hair shiny and manageable, ft For the loveliest wave you've ever had, use an Ogilvie home permanent by Dorothy Gray. $2.50. DOROTHY GRAY TO KEEP YOUNG STAY HEALTHY Anyone who lived to be fifty about a hundred years ago was considered very tortunate Few were actively healthy at forty Now. average life expectancy is in the seventies. Vou are young as long as you have good health. New medical techniques assure more accurate diagnosis. New drugs, hormones and vitamins are positive acting Go to your physician quickly when sick. He can help you to stay healthy and young. YOUR DOCTOR CAN PHONE US when you need a medicine. Pick up your prescription If shopping nearby, or we will deliver promptly without extra charge A great many people entrust us with their prescriptions May we compound yours? HAWTHORNE DRUG CO. 15 i. MAIN ST. if your Doctor Proscribes It - Hiwthorno H»s It Copyright 1961 HMEIMTT STORE Tremendousl Terrific 1 , SALE! Misses' Extravagantly / Fur Trimmed Coats $ Reg. $59.95 Just as timely as it is terrific . . . our tremendous sale of fur trimmed coats! We're slashing prices on luxury coats trimmed in such precious furs as mink and squirrel . . . and such beautiful fabrics. All richly lined and warmly interlined in sizes 8 to 18. Black • Beige # Brown • Fashion Colors Basement Coats Girls' Double Breasted Pile Lined Boy Coats Smart double breasted style with belted back, warmly lined with Orion acrylic pile. Choose from charcoal, navy or red. • Sizes 7 to 14 $13.99 Basement Girls' Wear look your loveliest in wrinkle-free Jersey, y Carson's low price by Look pretty, fee! pretty and stay pretty in care-free rayon jerseys by Mary Margaret McBride. Casual, comfortable, neat looking from dawn 'til dark. Multi-stripe with cardigan neckline, pretty button front bodice and full skirt. Choose from brown or green in sizes 14-20; 16 '/2 -24'/j. Basement Dresses

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