Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 8, 1953
Page 12
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Committees Named for Victoria Club 1&../The Daily Re^istey*Mail,,Gaiesburg t 111 tion, Mrs. Keith Johnston; motion pictures, television and radio. Mrs Lawrence Binno; public health and public welfare, Mrs. Reed Gibbs; Indian welfare, Mrs. Bruce Worrell; civil defense and veterans service, Mrs. Robert Bond; and press book, Mrs. Raymond Daw*son. The membership chairman an nounced 28 members for the com ing year. Mrs. Robert Bond was introduced r.s a new member. Furnish Program Mrs. Floyd Sornberger, Mrs. William Bice, Mrs. Bruce Worrell, Mrs. Gilbert Swanson, Mrs. Charles Carlson and Mrs. Ralph Miles, rep resenting the Victoria Woman's Club, recently furnished refreshments, movies and entertainment at the Knox County Home and Hospital at Knoxville. At Meeting Members of the Victoria Woman's Club attending the 33rd annual meeting of the Knox County Federation of Women's Clubs at Oneida were Mrs. Frank Peterson, Mrs. Lawrence Binno, Mrs. Floyd Sornberger, Mrs. Bruce Worrell and Mrs. Ralph Miles. Thursday, October 8, 1953 VICTORIA — At a recefit meeting of the Victoria Woman's Club, Mrs. Ralph Miles, the new president, presided and the following standing committees and departmental chairmen were announced: Program, Mrs. Donald Caspers, Mrs. Ivan Sornberger, Mrs. William Bice, Mrs. Gordon Clark and Mrs. Bruce Worrell; membership, Mrs. Robert Gordon, Mrs. Rolland Hatch, Mrs. Art Strom and Mrs. Glen Symonds; ways and means, Mrs. Ivan Gordon, Mrs. John Mc~ Kirgan Jr., Mrs. Lawrence Binno and Miss Bessie Westfall; nominating, Mrs. Mrrt Gibbs and Mrs. Henry Larson; social, Mrs. Keith Johnston and Mrs. George Sopher Jr.; auditing, Mrs. Gordon Clark and Mrs. Henry Larson; calendar, Mrs. Floyd Sornberger and Mrs. Ray Brown; American citizenship, Mrs. Dale Tingleaf; American Home, Mrs. Duaine Clark; conservation and garden, Mrs. Robert Gordon; Education, Mrs. Glen Symonds; music and art, Mrs. William Bice; international relations and legisla- Notable clay tiles of the 18th century were created by an unknown artist for the oil tile bath excavated in the early 1900's in Calle de las Huertas,, Puebla, Mexico. Sunday School Holds Election at Ophiein OPHIEM — The following Sun day School officers were elected Monday night at the staff meeting held at the Ben Byram home: Re - elected were: superintendent, Miss Catherine Johnson, and treasurer, Mrs. Otis Peterson; cradle roll secretary, Mrs. Earl Peterson; birthday secretary, Mrs. Almeda Samuelson; secretary, Mrs. Ben Byram; superintendent of the beginners department, re-elected, Mrs. Eric Streed; pianists, intermediate, Mrs. A. J. Anderson; assistant, Mrs. Almeda Samuelson; beginners department, Mrs. Ada Anderson. Mrs. LaVern Johnson was added to the staff as a teacher of the intermediate department, Mrs. Ben Byram, Mrs. Earl Peter­ son and Mrs. R. H. Qssian were chosen as the menu committee for the annual family Christmas party with a supper at 6 p. m. Tuesday, Dec. 15, at the church parlors. A 30-cent gift exchange will be held. Five homes in Ophiem have been painted this fall: Arthur Ossian, Mrs. Mable Samuelson, the R. H. Ossian home, tenanted by the Norman Lowreys, and the Clarence Wings and W. A. Nelson, Otis Peterson has reshingled his home. The John Meyers family visited Thursday through Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. Caflson of Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Xud Peterson and Gust Chilberg of New Windsor were Sunday afternoon guests of the Fred Rosenes. Sinithsliirc SMITHSHIRE — Mr, and Mrs, Theodore Chambers of Alton spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Herbert Stewart and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Patch of San Diego, Calif, are the parents of a boy born Saturday. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Patch and Mr. • and Mrs. Clyde Lang. Mrs. Oral Hixson of Macomb with Mrs. Ruby Kimery and Mrs. Orilla Anderson spent Sunday with the former's sister, Mrs. Murphy Ross, in Roseville. Mrs. Henry Walsh of Burlington spent the weekend at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Rookham. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Doonan of Reynolds visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Parrish. j Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlson and children spent Sunday after noon with Mr. and Mrs. C. L Kerr and family in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Homey spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Frank McVey of Fairview. Mrs. Roy Booth has returned from the Burlington hospital where she received treatment for several [days. Edwin White is confined in the Monmouth Hospital. Mrs. Oral Hixson of Macomb spent Saturday night with her niece, Mrs. Orilla Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Passage and Shirley spent Sunday in Chillicothe with Charles Passage and family Little Jeremy Passage came home with them. America needs us all—hire the handicapped. ;St. Augustine ST. AUGUSTINE — Mrs. Mary Hampshire of Chicago spent Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lankford and Larry of Abingdon and Mr. and Mrs. LaDoren Stanley of Knoxville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Lankford. Miss Irene Tanny returned to her home after spending several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Donnell of Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hcffner and Cindy and Mrs. Frank H. Heffner of Peoria were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Ryan. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert House and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson were recent visitors in Plainville where they visited with Mrs. House's brother, Frank House. Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Wagy are the new proprietors of the Stales Cafe in Avon. They opened their business on Saturday. Virginia Lee ot Great Falls. Mont., is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Lee. Hire the handicapped- disabled vet. -hire a FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarraift Mnny wearers of false teeth huva suffered real embarrassment because Ihefr plate dropped, slipped or wobbled nt just the wrong time. Do not |IIve In fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little rASTEETH, the alkaline (non-ncid) powder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly, |BO they feel more comfortable. Doci not sour. Checks "pinto odor" (den- lure breath). Get FASTEETH «t any drug store. AT LEATH'S GIGANTIC READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS /?Jf# Welcome, Visiting Teachers, fo Galesburg! • Galesburg's Friendly Store • Galesburg's Finest Fashions • Galesburg's Greatest Values Slatted WINTER COATS • Every new fashion • All smart new colors • Every size • 100% wool S25 to S99.50 Fine Quality Water-Repellent SUEDE JACKETS just S29.95 100% WOOL SUITS • Nubby patterns, contrasts, worsteds, costume effects, classics • Fitted and box jackets • Specially priced groups S25 to S55 SWEATERS 'N SKIRTS Largest selection of fine quality separates. Wools, cashmeres, orlon sweaters, patterned and plain skirts. S3.99 and up 600 NEW DRESSES • Crepes, jerseys, taffetas, antique silks, velvets, wools, menswear fabrics. • For classroom, campus, business, casual, dressy and formal wear. S8.99 to S29.95 FLECK'S SPECIALIZE IN A COMPLETE SIZE RANGE FROM 5 to 52 . , . PETITES, JUNIORS, MISSES, WOMEN'S, HALF-SIZES AND TALIS! 1 ^*. QJ FAMOUS ^ {jf BRANDS deling —every item of known quality and value, GOLDEN JUBILEE Leading bedding manufacturers have cooperated" with us to bring you spectacular values to celebrate our 50th Anniversary ... Don't miss these savings on America's favorite brands of fine sleep-equipment. $142,000 WORTH OF FINE BEDDING TO GO FOR $97,500 Save $20, special purchase SIMMONS CHAIR-BEDS Save $20 on one of the handiest pieces of furniture ever builf. A com- fortableeasychair ^j] that opens to make an extra bed with Simmons comfort. Choice of smart covers. 59.95 VAIUI 39 95 SAVE '20; Serta, Columbia and Simmons 2000 DELUXE MATTRESSES each made to sell for $5995 $1 A WEEK SIMMONS STUDIO-DIVAN In fine heavy covers A stylish living- room piece that provides bedroom convenience. Opens to make double bed or twin beds. 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