Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 16
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 16

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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16..jaaf &burfl Register-Malt, Geitesbur^ lit; Wednesdem Oct 16, 1963 TwoSubjccts Reueived for Avon Club AVON-Folk mm and quilts toerfc discussed at the rhefetihg of the Avon Portia Club Oct. 8 in the library clubrbom. Mrs. fiernadine Douglass discussed folk rritisic. She said the type known in America has come down to us from the Oerman t British, ScottH-Irish arid French ancestors of Americans. In her talk about quilts; Mrs. John Masdert Slated tHfli quilts at first were merely utilitarian articles, and were intimately connected with the life of the colonists. "What were yesterday's necessities," she said, "have become today's cherish' ed possessions." She exhibited several patterns and gave the history surrounding their beginning. Mrs. Masden also had on PAST SERViSE This includes: f) Cleaning • OlliHd w-io-16 -83 # Adjusting 4 tegul.fihg ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR i VEAR . ChNJ««gr«ph» — AUldinStie* — Special Purpoto Movemenli and vntf Husiy Mdvetttanii Excepted. FRANK JEWELERS 241 iait Miin Street Ad Mtlsi B* Presented wllfi Walch. Galesbur 'g, III. exhibit an envelope quilt which she had made somfi years ago. Mrs. Howard Butler announced that the rjHGSt X-ray machihe will be in Avon Oct. 23 and 24 arid asked for volunteer helpers. Mrs. W. H. Ruff atinbUtteed a hbbby craft exhibit will be held at the tiftie df thfe district federation meeting in Avon Oct. 11 It was announced that Mrs. Albert sundberg wilt speak at this meeting, when* she will be honored for the ?ftth anniversary 6t her work ih the clilb. One application for rticrnber- ship was read and will be voted upon at the he *t meeting. Twenty-one members answer cd roll call by naming her favorite quilt pattern, or by exhibiting a block of it. There Were three guests, Mrs. Maxihe firown, Mrs. Ethel Meadows and Mrs. Cleo Smith. Dual Purpose AMBteftLEiY VILLAGE; Ohio (AP) — Patrolmen in this residential community have only to open the trunks of their cruisers to become firemen. Each patrol car carries fire helmets, coats, boots, two 10 : pound extinguishers, gas rttasks, iHhalator, resUscitatof and fire tools as well as usual police equipment. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 3-T NYLON CORD 190 cleats dig in —pull you through snow like a tractor! ^ Season's Lowest Price I sir 95 You Pay Nothing Down and there's No Charge for Our Expert Mounting 1 0.00 x 13 hibfelesa blackvvall plus tax and tiro off your car. Cno/ DISCOUNT DU '° ON WHEELS! When you Buy a Pair of 3-T NYLON &TUFSYN Suburbanite WINTER TtKESf Don't change [ tires-change f wheels. Ask : about the ) best wheel i deal in town! GO GOODYEAR JDItfON tVlpf HOAO HA7*np MUD QVAU7Y OUAKANTtg IN — Alt Stw Gaodycar Auto Tires art Guaranteed Katton-U id*. J. Aja.r.ft normal l.a-afd'i—I hiowouts, fabric breaks, ruts--except irpuirabte putv:turc&. Limited to original ov.n«r tor number , of months specified. 2 Ajamst my defects !n woikmansliip and material without limit as to time or mileage. Goodyear lira dealers in ^ tne V. S. or Canada will make adj-jeuuent allowance on new tire based on original tread depth remaining and current "Goodyear price." GALESBURG TIRE & VULCANIZING CO. 210 W. Simmons Kenneth Holeman, Prop. Dial 342-2713 You Can Count on Us...Quality Costs No More at Seatw A uml% i%t Groat As tim 9NT aiao 4 DAYS ONLY Boys' Reversible Ski Jackets cealed Hoods 10 to 20 DnPoht bacron 88 p^fyeste? holds body heal in • Both bides arfe treated id ffepei wtitt and snoW Hide-away Jiood disappear^ iii zippe? Collar Macliiile-waslialrie-—requires inlninium care Yoiir boy will go for this ski-styled jacket that's amazingly warm, yet lightweight. One side is long-wearing nylon taffeta with sturdy double needle stitching; KevSrse side is harmonising solid color with one zip pocket. Elastic Wristlets keep out snow and wind. T#6-T6ne Combinations NYLON CAPS TO MATCH Work Shoes with Soft Glove Leather Uppers 11.98 6-in. Shoes Men's 2" Sporti 999 mij Oxfords / Rich glove leather uppers are soft, supple, flex with every movement of your feet. Goodyear welt construction for §reater flexibility, longer wear and shape retention. Springy Neoprene erepe soles resist gas, oil, grease. Spice tan. Here's good-taste styling that lasts as long as the shirts therm selves! Choose classic or tapered Ivy styles in dobbies, plaids, prihts, textured solids or pldin solids. Every one is carefully tailored to fit perfectly when you buy it, and shrinkage-controlled to fit the same Way after you wash it. Sizes small to extra- large in colors galore! CHARGE IT on S««r« Revolving Ciherfe «r 5>' "let East Mitt Street 342-3141 Galesburg, jllinoJa 6TORJ5 tfOURS: Monday a *4 FrWay 9 A-M. to 9 p .M .-tu*s., Wed., thur., Sat. a A.M . to 5;30 P.M. Shop at Sears and Save

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