Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

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The Dail: ister-Maili Galcsbur Wednetday, Octbbe* New Windsor Church Women Will Sew for Children Andover NEW WINDSOR — Mr*. Glenn Beachler, Mrs. Arthur Benson and Mrs. Charles Ottoson were appoint ed as nominating committee at the meeting of the Hospital Circle and Altar Guild on Friday afternoon. Mrs. Aleda Calmer was hostess to the circle in her home and she was assisted by Mrs. Victor Ream, who substituted for her mother, Mrs. Ellen Peterson. Plans were completed for the all-day sewing meeting at the Lu theran Home for Children at An dover Thursday, Oct. 15. The group will meet at the Peterson Anderson Store where transporta tlon will be available. A potluck dinner will be served at the home. The present project of the circle is to have the Lutheran Church floor elenned and refinished by Mario Forseth before the new church pews are installed. Mrs. Edwin Peterson was a guest of the group. The Nov. 6 meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Clifford Swanson. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnard Carlson spent Saturday and Sunday at Pax ton where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson. Mr. Nelson returned recently from a trip to Sweden. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gantzcr of Mazon en route to their home from a trip to Iowa were guests Friday night in the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Nelson. Avon ttefcekatti Plan Guest Officer's Ni«ht for Oct. 16 ^L*^ w,re Sunday'din^7 R uesT, afthe meeting Ftiday night in jta HJH. Mrs, Althea BonMlVi • MR" of the hillbilly pat* WW to Fairview Sept. 80. Noble Grand Nina en who tfas presented by Mrs Mary Bell. It was announced that the district meeting will be held in KirkwoOd Nov. 3. A gift of money wai presented to the lodge by members of the family of the late Ola Ramer, and will be used to provide an appro- Plan Altona Meeting ALTONA—The hobby group of the Walnut Grove Home Bureau will meet at the home of Mrs. IBWion Hill BISHOP HILL— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deal and Susan and Bcckie of Molino, Mrs. Elvle Peterson Lloyd Love on Friday for an aii- day meeting to work on Christmas gift*. Those attending are to take in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.la sack lunch. Coffee will be fur- Fred Johnson. WINTER'S COMING! nished by the hostess. In the afternoon they went to Galesburg fot supper and an evening's visit with the Johnson's dauahler, Mrs. Clarence Houghton and family. ORDER Mrs. Josephe Mattinen and son, Johnny, of Chicago arrived Friday for a week 's visit with Mrs. Mat- Unen 's father, John A. Johnson. Mrs. Mae Ericson and daughter, Misa Inez, of Chicago arrived Saturday for a week-end visit with A«r mc*i*»o w» u her sister, Mrs. Clifford Berg, and guest officers' night, and commit- family. They drove back to Chi- tees were appointed for refresh- caj , fJ Monday, ments and for entertainment A Mrx. Wallace Weidman returned social hour followed the meeting, Jhome Monday from Cottage Hos- with games played after rwrt *|hpii.al where she had been a patient ments were served by Mrs. Djiciej scvcra j f j ayB# priate i emoriaL m . The meeting on Oct. 16 will be Larchland LARCHLAND — Mrs. Lois IHncs called on Mrs. Mary Lou Hardesty Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Haase and son, Greg, spent Monday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rodgcrs and daughters of near Galesburg, Mrs. Lois Hir.es and Mrs. Mary Lou Hardesty will entertain the Larchland Community Aid So- eicty at the home of Mrs. nines on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. x MADE TO ORDER - FREE ESTIMATE Kings Canyon National Parkin California contains 454,600 acres. CALL Mason worth. and Mrs. Zenaide Hox- A simple way to quick relief from itching Eczema, plmplei .angry red blotches or other ikln Irritations is to apply Peterson's Ointment to affected parts. Relieves Itching fast. Skin feels better, looks better. 45c all druggists. Soothes Itchy feet, cracks between toes. Peterson's Ointment delights or money back. While the reporters and photographers are the ears and eyes of your newspaper, the worldwide press services are Its circulatory and nervous system*. By means of telephone, telegraph, beamcast, radio and cable, ifrord of today's happenings Is channeled to central offices where the "doctors" of the news, the wire editors, keep their Angers on the pulse of world events. The news Is then retransmitted over coast-to-coast networks, and rolls In never- ending streams £rom machines In your own newspaper's offices. Your paper is a mirror which reflects today's world, today—^thanks to modern channels of communication* Mr. and Mrs. Albin Johnson returned home Friday from a trip to the Black Hills. t Five couple* of the Saturday Night Bridge Club drove to NiOta'Myr-rs, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sunday where they enjoyed a fish; Hubble, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. dinner. They were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morse, Prairie City; and Ernest Teach, Mr. and Mrs. Har- Mr, and Mrs, John Ogle, Bushold Beckner, Mr. and Mrs. Tim nell. HAWKINSON POP You hot* wendtfful, Undtr, »o»ty pop com n%rf Iim« whtft you pop JOLLY TIME. N«W foih. 8*«ry kwntl pep* or youf mon#y boek. 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Mrs. Francis Rankin and family, Mrs. Maude Parrish and Mrs. Mabel Cochran visited Miss Emma Folmcr at the North Hill Nursing Home at Burlington Sunday afternoon. 1 Mr. and Mrs. George Garrett recently spent the clay with Mr. and Mrs. Leland Nesbitt at Macomb. Mr. and Mrs. Aivin Davis and Tommy, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Richardson and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. James Richardson of Springfield spent Sunday with the Rev. and Mrs. John Osborn. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Nesbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Vale Swengo and daughter of Macomb were Sunday eve ning supper guests of Mr. and Mrs George Garrett. it They're Smart »• • They're lye Catching. 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