Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
Page 13
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Galesburg,. 111. Ait* Wednesday, October, i, i »uo At Rio Maps Plans of the ftto Pmby- Oittfeh WAS held Thursday att^n^dbtt. An invitation was read to attend the Silver Tea at the J»resbyteWan # Church in Knoxville Wednesday. * Rummage sale for Oct 17 was announced and anyone who wishes to donate^for this sale is risked to have their ar tides at the church by Thursday. A thank-you note from the Charles Hillards for the baby gift was read. The Presbyterial Third Division will meet at tflmira Oct. 16. A bill of $13.65 for weaving of rugs and $81.88 for cement for the coal bin were among the bills allowed. The Guild decided to serve the lunch at the McKee hog sale Oct. 17. A rest room for the church was discussed and Mrs. Ross Litchfield was appointed to investigate the installation. It was decided to use the proceeds from EAT ANYTHING STILL REDUCE 4 CAIRO, ILIi. "Before I started , taking Kennel X could hardly eat anything but thanks to this safe home recipe I have lost 40 *lbs. and can eat what I want. My stomach no longer bothers me and I feel fine for a woman of 61 years, I certainly recommend Kennel highly for the good it has done me. Now with Rennet everything I eat doesn't go to fat." So writes Mrs. Sanford Gray of Cairo, HI. Your druggist has liquid RENNEL. Ask for free booklet. RENNEL has been proven and recommended by thousands of your Illinois neighbors. Satisfaction guaranteed with the first bottle or send to manufacturer for refund. You'll not be hungry reduc- NNEL, Costs only $1.40. the McKee sale for opportunity giving to missions. It was decided to add $25 to the fond to build a eement walk from manse to sidewalk and walk in front of the manse. Also (o raise the cement walk in front of church along the street. The hostesses 1 were Mrs. Wallace RittenhouseJ Mrs. Charles Melton and Mrs. Guy Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Larkin Melton of Thdrmopolis, Wyoming are visiting relatives here. Those from the Rio Woman's Club who attended the county convention at Oneida on Thursday were Mrs. Walter Landon, president; Mrs. Paul Cravens, Mrs. Guy Dye, Mrs. M. A. Almgreen, Mrs. C. E. Frankenburger, Mrs. John Tuite, Mrs. James Tulin, Mrs. James Horine, Mrs. LaVonne Glass, Mrs. L. C. Cain, Mrs. Richard Weech, Mrs. A. E. Poplc, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Floyd Meeker, and Mrs. Ira Fritz. Mrs. B*ritz conducted the memorial service and Mrs. Dye received a ribbon for her flower arrangement. On Friday, Mrs. Landon, Mrs. Fritz, Mrs, William Lake, Mrs. Meeker and Mrs. John Tuite attended the regional in Plavana. Mrs, Stewart Carlson, president of the Rio Junior Woman's Club, attended the county convention in Oneida Thursday and with' Mrs. George Lake, Mrs. Emery Conrad and Mrs. John Pitman attended the regional convention in Havana. 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