Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1953 · Page 20
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 2, 1953
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»Thfe Dailtf fiegistei>Mail Friday, October 2,, 1953 THEY'LL DO It EVERY TIME By Jimmy flatlo which Dean leader, intro- the congrega- AVON — The bloodmobile, r scheduled for Oct. 6, will not be lb Avbti on that -date, according to word received by Mrs. M. R. Stages, chairman of the Red Cross in this area. The exact date will be announced later. Dinner at Church Approximately one hundred persons were served .at the baked ham dinner given Sunday at the Methodist Church when faculty members of both grade and high school \vere invited as guests. The dinner was held at noon, following morning services. D. M. Hanson, school superintendent, was asked to introduce the teachers, after Lock, charge lay duced members of tion. A very brief program was giv? en, including piano selections by Priscilla Fullerton. Prayer was offered by the Rev. Donald Jones. Committee members in charge of the dinner were Mrs. George Swank, Mrs. Fred Brown, Mrs. Joe Byerly, Mrs. Dean Lock and Mrs. Jay Hendel. Last week Mrs. Joe Byerly, Mrs. Ode Manuel and Ervell Serven were installed as officers on the Church Board to fill vacancies. Name Officers The Fulton County Rural Letter Carriers* Association and Auxiliary met Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Martin in Fairview. The usual potluck supper preceded the business meeting of each group, Officers of the Auxiliary were unanimously re-elected as follows: president, Mrs. Lewis Smick, Avon; vice president, Mrs. Violet Irwin, Smithfield; secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Arthur Riggins, Avon. Time and place of the next meeting will be announced later. HIS CMRKR^,^^^ WAS S&COHt) SI6Mr«*HE GAH LAY HOWEVER.IM A U6MtED ROOM HE COULDN'T FIND TM£. FLOOR l*» ME FELL OUT OP \ - tv • * il p#va m m m m * w \ m w ^ -^^H- ¥Sft V*" tW^tX mm WHERE'S THE. WPER-POCPal PARDON Ml WHOOPS OUCH J! Henry Club Women Will Meet at Alpha Thursday ALPHA ft Chi Alpha Community will be hostess to Woman's the 31st annual meeting of the Henry County Federation of Worn- Chibs Thursday at the Meth- rW 3 * • ir* * i P * * i Hi 1 ** 4 * F i * O + * * * TO:* P * * * * • 4 +_* < *x-:*a - •. f » fr » * *_» r* • * * 4 • + 4 i * * l * mm m. m m m m t b • * + Jw * 4 • ' ' % * i Cv.v-v.v.V Ew.'.v.v.v. 4 i * i 4. * % • 4 •F 1 .WW f + • * 4 * * IVM 1 • * » * * • 1 * * 4 * h i 4 * * 4 * 4 _4 4 * * 4 i .'.V.V.Vi'-' 1 r 1 4 *^P> h T .'AVI'.VI * » 4 * H v . 11 -'44 L t Vf/A M p 4 r. *'4'P * * # f 4 * + 4_»_*_ P 4 • P * * * ' H| r4 '* T 4.'#" 4 • I 4-4- P 1 . V-V.1 p * • I F'4 4 r p n 1. » VAV.'.vri 4 1 r r r 1 r ___ + P 4 IP m ' * 4 • #4 * m 1 t #1 4 4 * I # * * * • < p * * F 4-'*' p v:v>:v::-; AVi*- 1 -" '*~4 4 1'** 4 * * *'4 1 * VVA . 4 * m *• V- 4 h + « 4 P 4' * * P • •4-4'* 4 'P_ ***** • v 4 V« 4 4^ * P 4> * k h 4' 4 r -| n 4 •AWii * * 4 4 A?-2 VI'I'. P 4 ' 4 F 4- * * 4 I F T ' . P S P.P p • p + 4 4 _p 4 « 4 - R 4 * ^ I* 4" COPR. KIHO FEATURES SYNDICATE Iw, F x F P 4 n p n 4 * • • 4 Seiv-Easy Dr&ss an- ob- A Belmont BELMONT — Mrs. Levi Waters returned home on Saturday from the Aledo hospital The Methodist minister reserve pension campaign is now in progress in the Belmont church the Rev. Mrs. Gittermann has nounced. Promotion Sunday will be served Sunday at the church, special program is being planned for the opening exercises at the Sunday school hour. There was $42 realized from the "come as you are breakfast*' at the church Friday morning. Ira Wrigley of Peoria was a visitor in this neighborhood Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ranney in Kirkw6od. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hileman spent Sunday in Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Simmons and son came on Tuesday for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Laird. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Boock, Jerry Melton and family, Clyde Simmons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ranney> Dean and Marilyn Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meehan attended the birthday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald -Laird on Sunday. Albert Johnson of Omaha, Neb. spent a week with Mrs. Everett and Pete Fredrickson and Mrs. Merlin Shike. {Not*: Sand pattern ordmra dinct to Chicago. Watch addr«M below. Order* will NOT be accepted al Galesburg newspaper office.) Williamsfield WILLIAMSFIELD — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Niebuhr received a telephone call Saturday afternoon from their son, Weldon, announcing his arrival at Camp Carson, near Colorado Springs, on his way home from service in Korea. Mr. and Mrs, John Walkup and Jan visited Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kraft and family at Alta. The Misses Joye and Cora Carrigan were Elmwood goers Tuesday afternoon, calling on Mrs. Willis Smith. Mrs. Clyde Huber has been confined to her bed the past several days, following a heart attack. A strep throat condition is believed to have weakened her heart. Mrs, H. A. Oakdale closed her week's visit with her brother, O. R. Thompson, and family Tuesday morning when Mr. and Mrs. Thompson took her to Galesburg from where she left by train for Wiilmar, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Grant O'Connor of Kansas City, Kansas have been visiting relatives and former friends in this vicinity the past week. They were accompanied h6re by Mrs. Harley Biederbeck and Mrs. Lena Dimmick of Toulon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kneer and son, Greg, visited Sunday in the home of Mrs. Kneer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, 0. Seward, in Galesburg. Mrs. William Switzer and daughter, Billie June, who have been spending the summer with home folks, left Thursday for Amarillo, Tex., where they were met by Mr. Switzer, en's odist Church. At the morning session registration will be at 9 o'clock; organ prelude by Mrs. H. W. Stitt; call to order at 9:30; introduction of guests, Mr$. J. S. Housman of Canton, 15th district presideht, will speak followed by roll call of senior club presidents. There will be group singing, led by Mrs. W. E. Cardiff; message, Mrs. Leroy Gregory, 15th district junior director; reports of district chairmen. Afternoon session at 1 o'clock will feature slides on conservation; organ music, Mrs. Stitt; address, Dr. A. L, Hunsicker, Galesburg Research Hospital; vocal solos, Mrs. Paul Setterdahl. Also, report of registration and resolution committee^ Mrs. Theodore Johnston and Mrs. Paul Weir. Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin is local club president. County officers arc: president, Mrs. C. Elmer Lar- Merlyn Riggen and wife, and the sorii Geneseo; vice president, Mrs. m ^753 ttttttUNO A?., adviser of F. H. A, and Mr. Hancock is adviser of the F*. F. A. Bunco Club Meets ' Mrs. Luther McNeil was hostess Tuesday night to the Bunco Club, when prizes were awarded to Mrs, Gene Collingwood, Mrs. McNeil, Miss Grace Barton, Mrs. Miles jWhiifipey and Mrs. Walter Scott. Masons Meet Fifty-five attended a 1 meeting Tuesday night at the Masonic Hall in Alpha of the 39th Masonic district. Masonic instruction and education was the purpose of the meeting. Among the speakers of the evening were Cecil Cavanaugh, secre tary of the Aledo lodge; District Deputy Grand Master George C. Chandler of Seaton; Grand Lectur er James Strong of Keithsburg; District Deputy Grand Master L. D. Porter of Orion. The meeting was followed by a social hour. Towns represented w6re Keiths burg, Seaton, New Boston, Oquawka, Aledo, Viola and New "Wind sor. Mr. and Mrs. latter's parents, Jack Wherl. Mr. and Mrs. A. L, Doubet attended the Piimpkin Festival at Eureka Saturday also called the Creighton Gray family Alvin Streiff, Kewanee; and sec retary-treasurer, Mrs. Earl Fassett, Geneseo. Have Hayrack Ride The AlWood F. F. A. and F. H. onJA. held a wiener roast and a hay- atjrack ride Tuesday evening. The group met at the home of Bob Welch, where they two hayracks. Aftfcr a ride they went back to the Welch home where everyone enjoyed a wiener roast. The chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. Hancock. Mrs. Hancock is the Washington. Pvt. and Mrs. Carroll Graves left Sunday afternoon for Ft. Smith, Ark., to make their home while Pvt. Graves is taking an 8- week Leadership training course at nearby Camp Chaffee. They went through Jacksonville, stopping to see Miss Dorothy Graves. The couple's new address is 523 N. 13th St., Fort Smith, Ark. The J. D. Club meeting Wednesday evening m the home of Miss | j Logue Akin were recent Gloria German, will feature Dr. J« supper guests of Mrs , Marion Alla . B. Bronny as guest speaker. A^ and famil fa RozeUa> The question panel will follow. Mrs. Edmond Anderson submitted to minor surgery Saturday Oquawka OQUAWKA — Mr. and Mrs. J. JFrank Thompson and Mr. and morning at St. Mary's Hospital. She returned home Monday. Miss Dorothy Graves enrolled occasion was honoring the birthdays of Mrs. Allaman's brother, Mr. Thompson, and also her daugh- t*>r-in-Tflw. Mrs. Marv Lou Alla- Macj MAQUON—The Rev.* Julius J. Webb left Sunday night for Evanston. He enrolled Monday morning at the Garrett Biblical ^Institute for the winter semester. Mrs. George Roberts and daugh- LIIC w tcrs » Carol Irene and Sharon,, of crowded on London Mills, were dinner guests Monday at the home of her. grandfather, W. M. Halsey. Mrs. George Pointer, Mrs. Teddy Kennelly, Mrs. Dean Utsler, Mrs. Floyd Mathews and Mrs. Louise Bowman attended the fall convention of the American Legion 15th District in Abingdon Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. George Sleight and children of Peoria were Saturday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Sleight. Mr. and Mrs- Cyrus Broadstone of Peoria brought her son. Bill, and rnother, Mrs. Faye Weise, to the Nettie Harshbarger home where they spent the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houston, Mr. and Mrs. John Ingle and Mr. lotidbn Mills Couple Feted at Reception LONDON MILLS — Following prayer meeting recently a belated reception was held in the E.UJ Church basement honoring Mr. and Mrs. James Widger. Entertainment was in charge of Dorothy Sibert and Lois Morey. Good advice was cheerfully giv en to the newiyweds and some recipes were given to Sandra for a growing cook book, The Rev. Mr. Lowery, in behalf of the church, presented Sandra and James with a gift, Refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and coffee were served. The September meeting of the Keep Klimbing Klass met recently at the home of Rosalee Owens. Jane Davis gave the Bible study, "Christ in Us." Roll call was answered with a scripture verse on salvation. Doris Davis was elected as sec ond assistant teacher of the class. Plans were made for a wiener roast to be held at the home of Dorrine Dunn at 6:30 p.m. today. Mrs. Geraldine Fussell's name was added to the roll. Closing prayer, Beulah Owens. Lois Morey was in charge of the entertainment using games furnished by Merle Morey, Dorraine Dunn and Doris Davis received prizes. Dallas City FHA Girls Slart Drive lot Gifts For Overseas Kills DALLAS CITY — The Dallas City Community High School F.U. A. girls began their annual canvass Thursday to collect donations to be sent to children overseas to help them celebrate Christmas. The gifts will be sent to New York City, and will be shipped with other gifts from all over the United States for distribution. Gifts will be sent to Austria, Belgium, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea, Luxemburg, Norway, Switzerland and Yugoslovia, Clothing, toiletries, school equipment and toys for the younger children are only a few of the needed articles. Committee in charge is Kay Byers, Sheila Hubbs, Alyce O'Brien and Sharon Hampson, at Dallas City; Sandra Carlson, Lomax, and Daisy Maynard, Pontoo&uc. Clyde Jones, manager of the Dallas City Red Wings, entertained the ball team and their score keeper, Mrs. Woody Gray at a dinner Tuesday night at the Dallas Cafe. Others present were Mrs. Loren Wilcox, Dick Hartweg and Mr. Gray. Berwick BERWICK - A, 2 C. and Mrs. Eugene Ehrenhart of Omaha, Neb. returned Saturday after spending a two-week furlough at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Giddings, and with his mother, Mrs. Loren Sruyers, and family. Mrs. Florence Lowry of Maynard, Iowa, is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. LeRoy Hull, and family, and with her sister, Mrs. Leslie Eaton. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Herman of Tavares, Fia. and Rock City visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sheldon. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Orser and daughter, Peggy Ann, and John Calvin Orser of Billings, The first fall meeting of the Planned Progress Program adult council will be held at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the City Hall. Bill Pieper is chairman of the council. Mont, arc expected to arrive Saturday evening to spend a few days with their grandmother, and aunt, Miss Lcuora Hoover. Mrs. Lillian Clayton and daughter, Mrs. Verna Romine of Galesburg, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Olson. Mrs, Ollie Mack of Arkansas is visiting at the homo of her son, Mr. and Mrs. Bucll Mack. Mrs. Elgin Shook and Judy spent the weekend in Eureka with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G, Darnell. man. ...— . ^j r< an( j M rs . Roy Thomas were last week for her junior year at;c; linf i nv n t her <?i«.tpr Mrs 1 - , , ,, Ma c Mar r, y Co..e S e, '^^^J^A'^Jl^^'S^^ at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Logue. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Foster and Becky of Galesburg spent Sunday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Foster. where she is an art major, i Gladstone. Mr. and Mrs. William Russell j Mr an ^ Mrs. Junior Coover and of Topeka, Kan., were calling on| childrenf Mrs , Charles Craig, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Craig and family enjoyed a picnic at Blackhawk "Have all your frefh d food* delivered," fays Mickey the Milkman Williamsfield relatives Tuesday. Mrs. Russell, the former Iva Cole, cousin of the local Coles and Doubets, had never seen her relatives here. Saturday guests in the Arnold Thompson home were Mr. and Mrs. William Lemmer, Kay and Carol, and Mrs. Peter Ripper and Dottie, all of Pekin. Park in Rock Island, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Parrish spent the weekend with relatives in Chicago. Upon their return, Monday, they learned of the illness of Tom McDavid, who-is in a hospital at Granger, Mo., and left that day for his home to be with him and his wife and children. Mrs. Elizabeth Sterett and About 62 per cent of U.S. energy consumption in 1952 was supplied by oil and gas. • Made totWlBLCMlD fluff-Dry Your Clothes INDOORS Automatically with RAPID GAS The Preferred LP BOTJLtD CAS StRVICt Forget the weather! Dry clothes indoors . • , quickly, easily, as you want them— damp dry for easy ironing, or fully dry, ready to put away. Make washday more enjoyable with RAPID GAS Coma la today for A FREE demonstration. GALESBURG GAS SALES 425 E. Main Phone 22U-6 SEW-EASY—and so . brother agrees she looks like a beau tiful doll in this! Slmple-to-make tucks add interest to the bodice. And that .whirling skirt is merely gathered at ithe waist—couldn't be easier! Choose short or long puffed sleeves. Sew now I Pattern 4529: Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. 10. Size 6 dress, 2Va yards 35-inch; panties, T B yard, This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, Is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instructions. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class .nailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Register-Mail Pattern-Dept., P.O. Box 6710. Chicago 80. Print your NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE NUMBER. Roy McVay, Alexis Druggist, Sells Out To Frank Sperry ALEXIS — One of the oldest businesses in Alexis has changed hands, effective Thursday. Roy I-L McVay sold his drug store to Frank Sperry and it will be under the name of Sperry's Drug Sundries. Mr. McVay has served this community for over forty years, having celebrated his fortieth anniversary in May of this year. He has been in bad health the past several months. Mr. McVay will remain with Mr, Sperry for some time to acquaint him with the business. His future plans are incomplete at this time. Mr. Sperry, the new owner, has lived in Alexis most of his life. He was shop foreman for the Haynes and Azdell auto and farm implement dealers, resigning that position last week. James Gordon Bennett, found- *e iuvy w«?*e wci uy vn.i** of The New York Herald, was daughter, Miss Hazel of Biggsville to accompany them to J Probably the onfy, editor ever to j were supper ^usts of their daugh- e in Los Angetes, Calif, [write an editorial on his own raar-fter and sister, Mrs. Clarence The former's parents, Mr, and rlage. "I must give the world a Vaughan, and family Tuesday.] flavored table Mrs. C. H. Riggen, took them to pattern of happy wedded life/') The occasion was the birthday of *Mci«Mi«d in size, flavor, dosage ...approved by doctors. Be sure to demand thia pure orange SM0SEPH ASPIRIN FOR CWUREN Phone 4994 pretty-even Amarillo. where they visited A 2/C Bennett concluded the editorial. 1 Mrs. Vaughan. World's largest St&g Aspire For Cite t Losey at Whitesboro DAIRY We Went "Round the Clock." Sold 40 Cars in 58 Hours! Got Mighty Tired But Had Lots of Fun. Now With a Couple Days Rest We're Ready to 'Wheel and Deal' on the Sharp Cars We Took in on Trade! r POHTIAC CHIEFTAIN DELUXE "8" SKJfc!^:. $1895 CHEVROLET POWER GLIDE TUDOR 2£ $1245 MERCURY CUSTOM 4-D00R SSLSt$1S45 51 MERCURY SPORT COUPE SETTS $W5 m 50 FORD TUDOR SEDAN °Jt!,?h™ $ 995 50 0LDSM0BILE "88" 4-D00R S£^?. $1395 MERCURY SPORT COUPE $1295 MERCURY CUSTOM SEDAN ^J^:. $995 49 CHEVROLET DELUXE TUDOR ST. $795 49 FORD CUSTOM CLUB COUPE mighty fine $795 48 STUDEBAKER LAND CRUISER SEDAN 1% ... $695 48 CHEVROLET FLEETLINE 4-D00R SEDAN $(95 47 P0NTIAC STREAMLINER SEDAN $545 46 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 2TE*_ $525 46 FORD SUPER DELUXE TUDOR $395 HUDSON COMMODORE SEDAN $345 46 OLDS "76" TUDOR SEDAN 5t_ $395 IOMIOFTHE BIST HOUSEKEEPERS HAVE THE WORST LUCK ... WITH MOTHS! Being • tlave to housework won't guarantee >ou freedom from ,'jnoths "»"V • but Arwell will! In fact, Arwtll is io suir, it back* up ills scientific .**4 -way" method by a mitten £iurant*€* So why risk [costly damage to clothing, carpets, blankets and other expensive fabric* by moths and carpet beetles? Care/ully trained, thoroughly experienced Arwell servicemen use the latest equipment and methods tu destroy pest life in all stage* $f development. Protect your valuables—call Arwell today. FHH ESTIMATE* Ask your local Arwell service* man Jo wrvey your pes! problem now* No cost or obligation. Ihi MMw«(i'$ No. 1 tot Killer FO* M$T, BFFtCIENt StHVICB, CAU,.» ARVmi, Int. Phone 4176 DON'T DELAY WE'LL TRADE! YOUR WAY! SHOP MOW AND TONIGHT ON THE LOT OF 120 NORTH BROAD STREET 4

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