Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1953 · Page 5
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AlWood Junior Higfi Student Council Names Officers for Year ALPHA - Tho Student Council it AlWood Junior High School consists of the elected class officers, Don Roberts, as sponsor. At their first meeting they elected the following officers: president, Ardith Elliott; vice president, Bruce Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Mile Worry Ent, talk, Inugh or sneeze without f«ar of Insecure fnlse teeth dropping, flipping or wobbling. FASTEETII holds pin tea firmer nnd more comfortably. This plensnnt powder has no gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Doesn't cause nntisea. It's alkaline (non-acid). Checks "plalp odor" (denture breath).! Bet FASTEETII nt any drug store. 1 Anderson; jeeretflfy, Dorothy Sct- terdahl, and treasurer, Gary Lee. There will be no school Thursday and Friday, because of teachers' institutes.- The Henry County institute will be at Kewanee, Thursday. The Black Hawk Division will convene at the Rock Island High School, Friday. The students who served on patrol duty for September are Ronnie Luca.,, captain; Jerry Gould, Larry Loveridge, Latfy Plunkett, Donald Strandberg, Monte Voss, Evan Melton, Gary Halsted, Jerry McDowell, Jim Brlnkcr and John Hougland. Tom Gould served as color guard for September. A disability does not' destroy ability — and ability counts! Hire the physically handicapped on jobs for which they are qualified. Alexis ALEXIS - Mr. and Mfl. Geofge Heck of Monmouth have purchased the Mrs. Llda Wray property. Mrs. Heck a former Alexis resident was Miss Ruth Bruington before her marriage. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Engstrom of Phoenix, Ariz, are visiting her brother and sister, Roy Holley and Mrs. Mary Chcslcy. Mrs. Mabel Gibson of Waukegan was a guest Friday of Miss Ethel and Frank Tubbs. Mr. and Mrs. John Eyler and the Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Carson of Monmouth visited Thursday afternoon with Mrs.. Madge McReynolds, Robert Deuth, who has been employed in Oklahoma City, Okia., came to the home of his mother, Mrs. Edith Deuth, Thursday. He laFayettc OKS Has Advance Night LaFAYETTE—Advance' Officers night was held by Stark Chapter of Order of Eastern Star last Tues day. Edna McLennan, Toulon grand lecturer, was guest of honor Guest officers included: Hor tense Douglas, Stark, worthy matron; Jimmie Douglas, Stark, worthy patron; Marjorie Sloan, Stark, associate matron; Orlo Sloan, Stark, associate patron; Mortis Stabler, Harmony, secretary; Margret Beam, Ruth, treasurer; Hester White, Stark, conductress; Shirley Baum, Bradford, jVictoriji VICTORIA ~ Mrs. Mary Johnson, Mrs. Esther Krans, W. W Hedstrom Webster and Edna, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McKle attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Josephine Woolsey In Gales burg Wednesday evening. She received a number of nice gifts Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Woolsey and The Daily flegister«Mail, Galesburg, HI, Monday, October (L1053 will be employed by Healy and Eckman in Davenport. Mrs. Gene Burgess and Mrs. Crissie Bruington were .Galesburg visitors Wednesday. are assislant conductress; Marie Stab ler, Hilda, chaplain; Mazie Moore, Sheffield, marshal; and Margaret Martin, Stark, organist. Also, Winnie Anderson, Galva, Ada; Kurith Milanese, Henry, Ruth; Ida Lukecart, Wyoming, Esther; Clara Turnbull, Toulon, Martha; Dorothy Milburn, Harmony, K.lecta; George Baum, Bradford, warder; Raymond Turnbull, Toulon, sentinel; and Dale White, Stark, flag bearer. twill Hedatrom sisters. Robert Cree left Thursday for Tampa, Fla, where he will play golf and will also be an Instructor Mrs. Zella Miles, Mrs. Joan Worrell, Mrs. Mabrun Peterson and Mrs. Edith Sornberger attend ed the convention of the Woman's Club in Oneida Thursday. Jerry, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Hanson, fell off the porch at their home Friday afternoon and cut his tongue. He was taken to a physician at Galva for treatment. GUARANTEED TO FIT SLIPCOVERS Something New in Fabrics! Something Distinctive in Patterns! Something Unusual in Beauty! Something Outstanding in Value! AMAZING WRINKLE-PROOF FLEXTEX SLIP COVERS HERRINGBONE TEXTURED FLORAL CORRELATED WITH MULTICOLOR NUBBY TEXTURED SOLID CHAIR STYLES $19.98 - Sofa Styles Washable — Durable — Tailored Fit — Welted Seams Reversible Cushions — Custom Decorator Detailing These slip covers are new, different, and better . . . right from their very fabrics! They look unusual. And they fit as though made to measurel Literally transforming soiled and faded furniture, they come in styles to fit all the chairs and sofas pictured here . . . plus any similar ones. Choose the floral pattern in backgrounds of gray or green, and the multicolor nubby pattern in dominate tones of green or wine. 'tendon Flat Am Scoop Am T-Cmhlon ' T-Cuthlon T-Cmhton Club Htcjh Sack London Hal Ann English lomtf Lawtoa brother andi Au8tra || a p erm \ l§ Sales to Red China SYDNEY Ml — Australian customs authorities have issued a list of goods which exporters can send to Communist China and all other Far Eastern countries. the list includes wool, wheat, oats, leather, foodstuffs, drugs, and medicines, except sulpha drugs and antibiotics, and sporting goods except sporting rifles and ammunition. Set Gilsoti Slipper GILSON — In order to provide funds for the maintenance of the Gilson Cemetery a supper is being served in the church basement Oct. 8, Thursday. Gelling Up Nights « worried py~oo frequent, burning or Itching urination, (Jetting Op Might*. Backache, Preitnure orer Bladder, or Strong Cloudy Urine, due to minor Kidney •nd BUdder Irritation, ask your druggist .bout ueual prompt, palliative relief from CYBTEX. 900 million CYSTEX tablets used In past 25 year* prove eafety and auceeu. Don't... waste time. Aet druggist for CYSTEX under, money-back: guarantee. WC. PID, 1AM BOB COLVILLE - BILL FOLEY MIDWEST PHOTO SERVICE 158 N. Broad Tele, 6474-4 OT 1562 1953 1 /1/ z* SALE OCTOS&R. IS ^onivefis-fiRv monTfi -RT 0. y.Jfafonipn, Cot 91 /EAP BRAN-DIVAN LUXURY LOUNGE Duo I Purpose Hide-A-Bed When you see this famous make furniture priced at such a savings it's time to grab your hat and hurry in. Through and through quality is especially important in your sleep equipment, and with Bran-divan your're sure of long time seating comfort, years of good sleeping and effortless, trouble free mechanism to open and close your sofa bed. Reg. Featured at $249.95 $ 149 91 Scoop An VCwbka ft* AOB Home Furnishings - Third Floor Mattress Pads Good strong, heavy .quality mattress pads.,Cotton filled with 80 square muslin quilted cover. Full bed size. An outstanding budget priced buy. Koolfoam Pillows Koolfoam Latex Pillows ... So soft they're like sleeping on § billowy cloud. Another wonderful feature is that they're allergy free. Zipper muslin cover. Slightly irregulars. If Perfect, Regular $12.95 $ 5.91 $ Regular $3.98 BEDDING DEPT. OJ.'s DOWNSTAIRS Sample Blankets Travelers sample blankets of every description. Some slightly soiled. Why not stock up on blankets now before winter starts at this cut price, V3 Off Shredded Foam Pillows Here's your answer to heavenly soft sleeping : . . shredded foam pillows. Covered with featherproof fancy ticking. Cut way low in price for this sale. Regular $2.89 1.91 Now, an upholstered chair with strength, beauty, luxury, and comfort ... the HERCULITE . . . priced at $14,911 This is new design made possible by HERCULITE strength, with lightness you've wished for . . . Sanforized denim covers in a wide selection of colors . . . reversible spring cushions! Single, doubled as a love-seat, tripled as a divan, for living room, porch and bedroom. HOME FURNISHINGS - THIRD FLOOR ...created by (fclfei- .kitty

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