Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1953 · Page 22
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tik A* Ml* KfegisttfrMifl. flalesbaffc Ilk today, October 5, 1953, Pliryletfor Alprin WSCS With UN Tfi«met Plait Supper ^KLI»ttA^ Mw; Affie W «f *fid MM, Uplin Newirun were host- essfes Wednesday afternoon to the W .S.C.S. ^hich met at the chureh. Mrs. Frank Ptefce, rtiembership chairman, introduced four new members, Mrs. Rachel Lee, Mrs. Jane Frantz, Mrs* Lee Brown and Mrs, David Beck. The president, Mrs. Carl Hbugland, presided. Mrs. H. \V. Stitt was devotional leader and Mrs. Clint Cole, program leader, on the subject, "The Rural Mission of the Church." Others participating were Mrs George Kelly, Mrs. Paul Weir, Mrs. Delite Baird and Mrs. Oscar Witrg. In connection with the United Nations Day a playlet en titled, "The Guilty One" was pre sented by Mrs.' Clarence Ander son, Mrs. John Epperson, Mrs Paul Weir and Mrs. Stitt. During the business session plans were made for the annual bazaar and fried chicken supper to be. served family style, Nov. 4. Tickets may be purchased from any of the following committee, Mrs. John Whimpey, Mrs. W. L. Eiher, Mrs. George Kelly and Mrs. Robert Sherrard. It was planned to attend a group meeting at New Boston, Oct. 14. Mrs, Delite Baird was appointed as secretary to fill the vacancy of Mrs. Earl Knox, who resigned. Mrs. Allie Weir read the goals of the society for the year. It was announced that a special service observing Week of Prayer and Self Denial would be held at the next meeting, Nov. 10. Twenty-three werep resent. Mrs. David Beck entertained children of the second grade at a party Wednesday afternoon in honor of her son, Rodney, who was 7. The children numbering Many of your newspaper reporters are as well known to you as members of your own family. In reality they are your extra set of eyes and ears, as they look and listen for the news that you would not have time to seek out for yourself. Because they live in a democracy they are free to write fearlessly, dispassionately, and without prejudice. They sift the important from the unimportant in the hope that they can impart to you, the reader, a true picture of what goes on in this complex world. They are hardworking individuals like yourself—their job is to make you the best-informed reader on earth. Favorite Foods Make You "Gassy'l Do As Millions Do- Always Carry TUMS Nearly everyone has favorite foods that sometimes cause gas, sour stomach, acid indigestion. But millions have found the answer. They just carry a foil of Toms in pocket or purse. £at 1 or 2 like candy, anclpresto—there's quick, soothing relief. Turns can't over- alkalize—can't cause add rebound. No mixing, no stirring. Take Turns any. where—at work or at play. Guaranteed to contain no soda. Get a roll today! Stilt only TUMS FOR THE TUMMY Give Study Lesson For Little York WSCS LITTLE YORK —The Women's Society of Christian Service met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Betty Hamilton with Mrs Ira Nicol and Mrs. Arch Welch assisting. Mrs. Willard Roney gave the study lesson on the theme, "Faith of Our Fathers." Mrs. Leslie Guilinger gave the lesson on "The Rural Mission of the Church." Mrs. Willard Roney and Mrs. Irv ing Galusha read poems. There were. 16 present. Mrs. Alvin Bellinger was surprised Wednesday on her birthday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wilson of Galva, and Mr. and Mrs Roy Wilson. Roy has just returned from Korea. He showed pictures taken there. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Freeman also were guests. Mrs. Bellinger received many gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorpe entertained with a supper Thursday in honor of Bruce Carver's first birthday that was Oct. 3. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carver of Viola, Mr. and Mrs. Howard 27, and their teacher, Mrs. Marjorie JoJhnson played games and there were refreshments with two decorated cakes featured. Rodney received many gifts from his little friends. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Honks Have Guests GILSON —. Mr. and Mrs. John Houk and daughter have returned to their home in Los Angeles, Calif., after a two weeks visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Houk. Mrs. Ruth Goelt, Azusa, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodgers, Johnny, Bob and Janet, of St Charles have also been guests in the Houk home. Avon FHA Plans For Hobo Day AVON—The Avon Future Home makers of America are holding Hobo Day, Saturday, Oct. 10. The girls will do odd jobs for the townspeople of Avon upon request. All money earned in the form of wages will be donated to their Chapter of F.H.A. To obtain further details about engaging help on this day those interested may call. Marilyn Cope land at 122R, or Vieki Schliech at 292, Avon. The price paid to the workers is voluntary on the part of the employer for this one day of activity. The cooperation of the citizens of Avon will be greatly appreciated. Announce New Way To Shrink Painful Piles .Find Healing Substance That Doe* Both-* Relieves Pain—Shrinks Hemorrhoids New York, N. Y. (Special)For the first time science has found a new healing substance with the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids and to stop bleeding—without surgery. In one hemorrhoid case after another, "very striking improvement" was reported and verified by doctors' observations. Pain was relieved promptly. And, while gently relieving pain, actual reduction or retraction Xshrinking) took place. And most amazing of all—this improvement was maintained in cases where doctors' observations were continued over a period of many months! In fact, results were so thorough that sufferers were able to make such astonishing statements as "Piles have ceased to be a problem!" And among these sufferers were a very wide variety of hemorrhoid conditions, some of 10 to 20 years' standing. All this, without the use of narcotics, anesthetics or astringents of any kind. The secret is a new healing substance (Bio- Dyne®) —the discovery of a world- famous research institution. Already, Bio-Dyne is in wide use .for healing injured tissue on all parts of the body. Now this new healing substance is offered in ointment form for hemorrhoids under the name Preparation H.* The price is only 98tf a tube including an applicator. The name to ask for is Preparation H—at all drug stores. And remember—if not entirely satisfied—your money will be refunded promptly. "Tr »d» Muk. Governor Stratton has urged employers throughout Illinois to meet the requirements of defense and maintain the civilian economy" by utilizing the valuable source of manpower in the reser voir of handicapped workers. Carver, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Nicol and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nicol. Mrs. Grace Ricketts entertained her bridge club Tuesday. Dessert was served first to the guests. Then bridge was played with prizes going to Mrs. Glenn Brown. Howard Kinney, who had been serving in Korea, returned home Wednesday. Mrs. Glen Brown and Mrs. Marshall Gardner have gone to Nebraska to visit Mrs. Brown's husband. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Booth arc- spending a few days at Louisville, Ky„ with relatives. Mrs. Louise Armstrong is visiting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith at Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Carver took his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Carver to Springfield, Mo., Friday where they will spend the winter. Bruce Carver stayed with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nicol, while his parents were in Missouri. INDEPENDENTLY OWNED AND OPERATED BY BILL KREMHELLER ON ROUTE 150 ACROSS FROM AIRPORT Tuesday and Wednesday SPECIALS OPEN 9 to 9 ROUND STEAK lb. 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