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Oneida Church Women List Committees ONEIDA — Final plans for the annual supper and bazaar at the Ontario Church to be held Thursday, Oct. 15, were made at the Women's League meeting last week, Mrs. Edwin Krantz, president of the League, presided during the business meeting. Twenty- five members answered roll call. The afternoon was spent In tying rugs and finishing aprons. The menu was completed for the supper and the following committees named: bazaar hostess, Mrs. Edwin Krantz; country store, Mrs. 0. A. Peterson, Mrs. Carl Peterson, Mrs. Albert Peterson and Mrs. J J. Clearwater; kitchen, Mrs. Rich ard Bniley, Mrs. Raymond Fritz, Mrs. Fred Carlson, Mrs. Chester Carlson, Mrs. Sidney Holt, Mrs Eva Johnson and Mrs. Willard Holmes; dining room, Mrs. James Parker, Mrs. Ernest Goss, Mrs. Edwin Krantz, and Mrs. Clark Brown; salad room, Mrs. Forrest Tye, Mrs. Harry Stewart, Mrs. Leonard Peterson and Mrs. Everett Nelson; coffee, Mrs. Carl Pe tcrson and Mrs. Joe Cox; silver and glasses, Mrs. Everett Stromquist and Mrs. Albert Peterson; fancywork, Mrs. Fred Moore, Mrs. Wynn Wycoff, Mrs. Carl Siler, Mrs. Ed Frampton, Mrs. George Clark and Mrs. Will Ringberg; candy booth, Youth Group. Hostesses for the afternoon, Mrs. Sidney Holt and Mrs. James Parker, served refreshments. To Note Work Day The Ontario Youth Group will observe National Work Day for Christ on Oct. 24. This is an an nual project observed by all youth groups affiliated with the Pilgrim Fellowship. On this day members of the group will be available to do all sorts of jobs and all money earned will go toward a fund for Our Christian World Missions. Anyone wishing to employ one of these young people for the day, should contact the pastor, the Rev. James Parker. On Sunday evening, the Youth Group held its second annual in itiation for new members. It was a "blue jean" party, and the two new members, Suzanne Peterson and Jimmy Bailey, came in costume. A variety of games and contests were enjoyed by the group, following which refresh ments were served. The Rev. and Mrs. Parker were guests at the affair. Oneida Notes Miss Marlene Bloom, who is attending Western Illinois State College at Macomb, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bloom. The Rev. James Parker, pastor of the Ontario Church, is attend Fldgetlnr. no»e-plek!n* and ator- men tins rectal Itch are often tell. Ul« sftiu al Pln-Wonni... ugly parasite* that medical experta say In/at one out of every three per* •on* examined. Entire families - mar be victims and not know It. To let rid of Pin-Worms, thesa pests must not only be killed, but killed In the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne'a P-W tablet* do ... and here'* how they do it: F{r$t—* scientific coating- carries the tablets Into the bowels before they dissolve. Then — Jayne'a modern, medically-approved In- stredient rocs right to work— killa Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Don't take chances with this dangerous, highly contagious condition. At tha first sign of Fin- Worms, ask your druggist for genuine Jsrne's P-W Vermifuge... the small, easy-to-taks tablet* perfected by famous Or. D. Jayne 4 Son, specialists in worm remedies for over 100 year*. JAYNES for MM*WORMS r- \ * J ea • 1 Sew V Save! (Note: Send pattern orders direct io Chicago, Waich address below. Ordors will NOT be accepted ai Galesburg newspaper office) For your smart little scholar, this smart little dress. There's style aplenty In that wing collar, those jaunty poeketB. Add Interest aplenty with plaid bow, pockets and bands on sleeves. Sensible for school and play, prettv enoimh for dress-up! Pattern 4605 in Girls' Sizes 6, 8. 10, 12, 14. Size 10 takes 3 yards 35-Inch ",'K yard contrast. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew. Is tested for fit. Ha* complete illustrated Instructions. Send Thlrty -flva cents In coins for this pattern—add 5 cent* for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Heglstcr-Mall Pattern Dept., P.O. Box 6710, Chicago 80 Print your NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE: SIZE, STYLE NUMBER Stronglmrst STRONGHURST — Mark Ket telkamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kettelkamp, and Mrs. Russell White are both pneumonia patients in the Burlington Hospital. Mrs. Charles Bowen, Jesse Denum and Mrs. Charles Bowen have returned to their respective homes after being patients in Burlington hospitals. James Andrews is improving in the Mercy Hospital in Burlington. Charles Hiet is a surgical patient in the Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Harry Fox is getting along satisfactorily following an accident in which her left hand was caught in the wringer of her washing machine. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bennett have moved to Pallas City. Ronnie Lauver, who is stationed with the Army in Korea, has been promoted to a corporal. Dick Howell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Howell, has transferred from Monmouth College to the University of Denver, Colo., where he has enrolled as a student in the light building construction course. Keith Corzatt recently received several honors from the National Barrow Show at Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davison and Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Porter were hosts and hostesses at the regular Henderson County Post 765 Legion meeting held in the new Legion Hall Monday. t PUBLICATION NOTICE STATE OF ILLINOIS ) I ) eg, COUNTY OF KNOX ) In the Circuit Court of said County. Esther J. Palmer, et al, Plaintiffs, vs. Doris Skibbe, ct a!., Defendants. - Partition. Chancery Case No. 15607 Public Notice is hereby given that pursuant to a decree entered in the above captioned cause by said Court at the June, 1D53, term thereof, I, Robert E. McLaughlin, Master in Chancery of said Court, will, on Thursday, October 15, 1953, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of Said day al the North front door of the Court House in the City of Galesburg, Knox County, Illinois, sell at public vendue, to the highest and best bidder or bidders, the real estate described as follows: The North Seventy (70) feet off the North side of Lot Seven (7) in the Subdivision of Knox County of Lots Eleven (il), twelve '(M), thfrteeti (13), and Fourteen (14) of Olof Hawkinson's Subdivision of the E, P. Chambers Addition to the City 6f Galesburg, Illinois, as per plat of same at page 140 ol Volume One pf the plat records in the office of the Recorder of Deeds of Knox County, Illinois. i TERMS OF SALE: Twenty-five (per cent of the amount bid, cash In hand on day of sale, with the jbalance thereof to be paid upon I approval of said sale by said ICourt. Said premises will be sold [free and clear of all Hens and encumbrances except the lien for general real estate taxes levied for 1953 and payable in 1954. Dated this 23rd day of Septem ber, 1953. ROBERT E. MCLAUGHLIN, Master in Chancery as aforesaid. Herman S. Allen and Ben Robinson, Attorneys, 9/23-30; 10/7 The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111, Wednesday, Qgtpftef 7, 1853 ? ing the Chicago Theological Sem inary. He attends classes from Monday through Thursday of each week. Miss Naomi and Miss Elverna Oakberg, and Mrs. Charles Lar son, all of Moline, and Mr. and Mrs, William Cruse and family of Galesburg, spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Holmes. HOME LOANS THAT FIT YOUR BUDGET Our mortgage loans are designed to help you own your home free and clear, without strain. Monthly payments are fitted to your income. There are no extras, no lump sums coming due, so there's no burden on the budget. 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