Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 27
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 27

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
Page 27
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p "1 n L P j ' h t • Galesbufi Wednesday, October THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME By Jimmy Hatlo iDonaldsons.Buy Clark •If KJ J -P a. 7 4 J * •J t H sang a Woodhttll Comitiuftloii t>te« ebftducted Sunday at th6 Presbyterian Chfflteh by the feastbf, the Rev. Thompson. ©faring the service a gold cross 1ft fliMiory of Pvt. Kenneth Schlot- Mdt was dedicated. Pvt. Schlot- leldt "Was instantly killed Aug. 1, 1952, during an attack by the enemy In Nohh Korea. A communion table also was dedicated in memory of the late Dr. and Mrs. David Porter Taylor, presented by their daughters, the Misses' Sophie and Salle Taylor and Mrs. Mollie Bridgford. Mrs. Charles Carlson solo. Mrs. Kenneth Schlotfeldt and Jean of Rock Island, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Willers and family of Davenport and Mrs. Esther Robbins, Viola, attended the services. Mrs. Alice Brown is staying at the home of her nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall, in Alpha. Jlr. and Mrs. Fred Seek of Chariton, Iowa, are staying at the Arthur Johns home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. William Fahenstock of Springfield spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Bell. Mr. and Mrs. Bell accom- A Quality SJ USA 6E ItieRe'S SOME P&CHOIA&CAL URGE THAT MAKES A &JY SFUJR6E KEEP TWE , BAB* AMD TELL THE GAR?OM TO 8RIM6 /MOTHER ROUND OF SAME WOW/THE WAY HE TUGCMS THE PCKJ6M /4ROUNR HE MliSTA HIT i I fr * J &tfT AT CHECKING -OUr fl /WR ME WONlY SPEND >v ewe- TUE BELLHOP GETS ONLY A DfRSB / 8 i * » * M HELP Hsu MAW! IC4M MAKE. IT/ X'M ONLV BLOCKS// House in Maqiioii MAQUON — Mr. and Mrs. John Donaldson have bought the home of the hie Mrs. Flora B. Clark on the corner of Fourth and East Streets from Mrs. Shelby Addis of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Vanhoose and son, and Millard Vanhoose have the property rented and will continue to live there. Mr. and Mrs. Donaldson have lived on the farm of the late Mrs. Clark for a number of years. V4 4 * * • f ta » * ' h 4 - * 4 • 4 * * * * fc + * COPft. I9S3, ICING FEATURES SYNDICATE* Ine^ yl ""* WOnrD RIGHTS RESERVED. Little York LITTLE YORK — Mrs. Harold Ritter and Michael of Lawton, Okla., and Mrs. Lena Heasley of Monmouth were visiting in Little York Thursday. M. Sgt. Joseph Heasley, son of Mrs. Lena Heasley, was injured in an auto accident at Warwick, Va., where he is stationed. He is in a hospital with a broken chest and bruises and will be hospitalized for three weeks. Mrs. Ruth Miller and two children of Rock Island spent Friday panied them to their home Sunday. night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Little. Robert Darrah, a student at the University of Illinois, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Darrah. Mrs. Irving Anderson spent Friday in Joy with her grandson, Roddy Rader, who is ill Mr. and Mrs. Riley Talbott received word that their son, Donald, has been promoted to corporal. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garlitts of Yoder, Wyo., came Tuesday to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Cooper for a visit. READ THE WANT ADS IGA BRAND \ L L L W« mf ivr« tttmt Inert CONTEST GRAND PRIZE AMANA U^rfgM Um4 f Arst m4 mtf tf4 hwr f r*« ««Jv« fH« hiWM' A4«4*<mY **M M«M Avm4' *m D«fJflM> M ' plus line M IM4 IM< la mt MA kt «.4 C O U P O N COUPON Rolls Northern Tissue WITH C O U P O N I .1 TENDER JUICY LB U. S. GOOD BEEF i SLICED SMOKED 1 LB IGA 2Vi Size BROWN or POWDERED DOLE'S PINEAPPLE JUICE... 46-oz Can 31c TRIUMPH KEEPERS POTATOES .10 lbs. 29c 100 lbs. $2.49 PY-O-MY CAKE MIX IGA ANGEL FOOD 29c Salad Dressing qt. 45c 805 North Cherry Street 7.30 AM. to 8:30 P.M. Friday-Saturday, 7;30 AM fo 6;00 Mi Monday through Thursday We Reserve the Right to limit Quantities! Altona ALTONA—The executive meeting of the Women's Society of the Galesburg District of the Lutheran Church was held at WoQdhuIl Saturday for an all-day meeting with a potluck dinner at noon. The following women from Attona attended: Mrs. Leslie McKie, Mrs. Evan Nelson, Mrs. Clell Rylander, Mrs. Arthur Rosander, Miss Jennie Fredricks and Mrs. Mae Fredricks. Her m on HERMON — Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bale were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bale and Margie and Mrs. Pearl Overend, Brimfield. Recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bramlett were Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bramlett and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Bramlett, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bramlett and family, East Galesburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Legate and family. Alexis. Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Snell and family were callers in the home of the Misses Carrie and Mary Parker, of Cameron, Siinday. Doris Welch, Galesburg spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. James Welch. Miss Stella Mae Baker, Waukegan, was a weekend visitor in the home of her father, Jesse Baker. Sunday callers of Mrs. Gertrude Routh and Mrs.. Mildred Rieker were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Roberson and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Roberson, Canton. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Routh were Mr. and Mrs, Richard Johnston, Keokuk, and Mrs. Josie Lester, -Colchester. Wrenn Grice, London Mills, was a Sunday visitor of Mrs. Feme Grice and Mrs. Lou Routh. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Brown and children, BardolpL, were Sunday dinner guests of Jessie Baker, Leona and Sheila Mae. In the aft- Knoxville to call on Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Baker and baby son. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moler were Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Haynes and Jackie Sue, Galesburg; Mrs. Mania Moler, London Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Rolla May, Mackinaw. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and family were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Landon, Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Moats turned home last Wednesday night. They had spent the past two weeks at the farm home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, John Moat? near Cedar Falls, Iowa. The stopped at Ottumwa, Iowa, in the home of Mr. Moats' sister, Mrs. Pearl Spurlock, for a few days, then Mrs. Spurlock accompanied them home for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Moats had car trouble at Ottumwa, so they came home driving a new car. The Pleasant Hour Club resumed their bi-monthly meetings Thursday, after being on vacation since last June. A potluck dinner was enjoyed by the eight members and guest, Mrs. Idella Addis of Galesburg, at the home of Mrs. S. W. Gooding. Those having birthdays in the last four months were honored. Mrs. Floyd Mathews, president, conducted business meeting. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Mathews Oct. 15. « At Farm Exhibit VICTORIA — Mr. and Mrs. Art McKie, Miss Edna Hedstrom, Mr, and Mrs. Hi King and Ted attended the Farm Progress Show held near Armstrong on the Earl Bass farm, Engineers have developed a year-round air-conditioner that heats in winter and cools and dehumidifies in summer but uses air instead of fuel and water. KOVA Council Hears Rep. Richard Larson; Introduce Teachers VICTORIA —The ROVA P.T.A. Council held its first meeting of the year at the Victoria Grade r School. The president, Mrs, Fern Robbins, conducted the business meeting. Robert Mitchell, the Victoria principal, introduced the Victoria teachers who were the hosts for the evening. It was decided to hold a bake sale in each of the four towns on Oct. 24 with each local treasurer in charge. The members present participated in a buzz session to secure suggestions for program material for the ensuing year. Mrs. Loren Johnston, legislative chairman, gave a report of the state convention. The Conference to be held in Kewanec on Oct. 20 was announced. State Rep. Richard Larson, 43rd District Republican, was introduced and presented some interesting highlights on law making and new school laws. Refreshments were served by the Victoria teachers during the social hour. ^ T ii in r - - r"". "J- T _r 1 " -_fjj- — 1 „„i uiiiiiMUi—r _ "Monthly Pains" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 cases in doctors' tosf* • Are you putting up— unnecessarily— with the functionally-caused cramps, paina and weak "no good'* feelings of menstruation? In doctors' tests, Lydia Pinkham's Compound and Tablets brought complete or striking relief from such distress .. .in 3 out of 4 cases! Try modern-acting Lyd.a B. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound or new t improved Tablets with added iron. See if it doesn't relieve those tmins and jitters ... help you feel better both before and during your periodl Now...try popular naw Tobltlsl Women by the thousand* are changing to new Pinkhnra Tablets. Give glorious relief- easier to carry and take, too] (Also wonderful for functional distress of hot flashes of •'change of Ufe M l) Get a botUe today. Pinkham 's helps to "qatet" oterlne contractions that often cause menstrual pain I Miracle Cushion Holds False Teeth Tight Esses Sore Gums Goodbye to Loose, Wobbly, Uncomfortable Plates Snug Denture Cushions are a triumph of science, a sensational new plastic re -linlng that gets rid of tht annoyance and irritation of loose, badly fitting false teeth. Harmless to gums or dentures. Sore, Irritated Gums Snug eases sore, irritated gums due to loose fitting dentures. No more chafing of wobbly dentures. All tender areas are gently cushioned. Eat corn-on-the -co b f steak, apples —talk, laugh as you please-plates "stay put," firmly, solidly. No falling or clicking. When Gums Shrink It's not your dentist's fault that gums shrink gradually—leave spaces between the plates and the mouth. Nature does thir. Snug Denture Cushions re-line plates so there are no gaps between plate and gums. Snug Re-liners Can Last Months'—Easily Replaced Snug Denture Cushions can last for 2 to 6 months, according to the Individual mouth. Stays soft and pliable — does not harden and ruin plate. Peels right out when ready to replace with new cushion. Done At Home — No Waiting Snug Denture Cushions are thin sheets of a marvelous, scientific plastic material. Simply place one of these wonderful re-liners on the cleaned denture (upper or lower) according to simple instructions in package, and presto I You have practically a new plate. No dally bother with adhesive*. Used Widely by Dentists Snug Denture Cushions were first used by many dentists to tighten up loose plates. They were so effective that they are now available to the public. Tasteless, odorless-cleaned in a jiffy. Get Snug Denture Cushions today! 2 Liners for Lower or Upper Plates $1.50. Money back if not satisfied. EVERY ROLL DURING OUR A A Always Plenty of Parking BROAP AND FERRI5 W4s COMPANY Phone 4216 100 Lb. Bog PRAIRIE FARMS BUTTER lb. 69c Doz. 39c dozen Mb. Print IT WHIPS Cans BEANS Great Northern PARD DOG FOOD Cans COFFEE Hills, 2-lb. Tin Starkist SUGAR Pure Cane CLOROX Quaker CEREALS Box Post Toasties and a box of Krinkles 42c Value GALLON SIZE No. 10 Tins APPLE SAUCE Perfex _ _. Dexol 29c Shina Dish 29c Glossfex 31c CHERRIES $1.19 Now < King Size PEACHES $1.19 Regular OLD GOLD Charmin Tissue 4 Rolls 39c PURE GROUND BEEF (39c lb.) TENDER SLICES BEEF SKINLESS (39c lb.) ARMOUR STAR SLAB-LEAN BACON I Swiss Stea CucUhy's Puritan ^Atf I Boneless, ELtkif Mb. Sliced IJJ* I Pound- iKr FRIDAY AND SATURDAY U. S. GOOD - ROUND, SIRLOIN, T-BONE STEAK - -.• 79c YELLOW JERSEY SWEET POTATOES 2 lbs. 25c FLORIDA GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 49c MICHIGAN YELLOW ONIONS 5 lbs. 23c MICHIGAN FANCY CAULIFLOWER Head 19c 1515 EAST MAIN STREET We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities! Prices Subject to Change Without Notice! T *—^ T "^T r

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