Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1953 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 9, 1953
Page 10
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F L * I K J Bait Qalesbur Club Meeting RIO-^The Rio Junior Woman's Club frill hold tfn open meeting at th6 Mo •Community Hall on Monday evening at 8 o 'clock to which everyone interested in hearing and seeing the program on "Mexico, the Land of Contrast" given by Harry Babbitt, is invited. Mr. Babbit, who is a teacher in Kewanee and has attended the University of Mexico, will show slides of the country through which he did extensive traveling. He will be assisted by two Mexican students and a girl from Abingdon High School, who will assist Mr. Babbitt in dances. The Avon, Ab ingdon, Orion Junior clubs and the Rio Woman's Club are special guests. The hostesses are Mrs. (fale Harriman, Mrs. Richard Shepherd, Mrs. Owen Carlson, Mrs. Cletus Devlin, Mrs. Emery Conrad and Mrs. Donald Fritz. This committee held a meeting at the home of the chairman last week to make arrangements for the serving. Plan Demonstration "American Home" is the theme of the Rio Woman's Club for their regular October meeting which is to be held at the Rio Presbyterian Church Tuesday afternoon at a o 'clock when a frozen food demonstration will be given by the International Harvester Co. of Rock Island. Roll call is to be answered with a "Household Hint," and the special guests are the members oi the Rio Junior Woman's Club. The F hostess committee for this meeting includes Mrs. James Horine, Hey Mothers! Why Wail for Dad !•» p '"-lr Up That Prefer.plion or Drug l" 1 '^ "GO WEST" ttn. Paul CWm, Mrs. Guy BHI-i Jngs, Mrs. Dan Smith* Mis* James' Tuliri and Mrs. Kendall Toureene. thete will be a meeting of the executive board called for 1:30 preceding the meeting. Set IVf.A. Meeting family Night of the Rio ROVA Parent-Teacher Association will be observed "Tuesday night when all interested in the school are urged to attend. This meeting will begin with a potluck suppet at 6:45. There will be a question box and anyone having problems or questions may put them in this box and there will be discussion dur ing the business meeting. Games will be. provided by both adults and children. 4 Daltinrla DAII1NDA— Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tuthill, Mrs. Benson and Mrs. Sprinkle were dinner guests at the George Powell home the last of the week. Alma Rose and Sue Woolsey visited at Kewanee Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Howard and son of Elm wood visited over the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Ethel Howard. Mr. and Mrs. George McMean and family spent Sunday' afternoon at Eugene Hunt's home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hickman of Galesburg spent the weekend at Grace Pitts'. Mrs. Otto Horkstrom has spent this week visiting her sister at Elkhart, Ind. Sunday dinner guests at-the Lyle Fitchpatricks were Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Powell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thurman daughter of Galesburg, Mr. Mrs. Eugene Hunt and Mr. (Mrs. C. A. Powell. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Parrish visited over the weekend at the Arthur Taylor home in Knoxville. Otto Horkstrom spent Tuesday at the home of his son, Wallace, of Gllson. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Stewart and family of Williamsfield and Mrs. Caroline Fitchpatrick and son spent Monday evening at Gilbert Lumberrys in honor of Kenneth's 21st . birthday. Refreshments were served. Friday. October 9, 1953 Jiffy Knit! Enjoy Maquon 1 CMKtk YVUfl* MAQUON — The Club met Tuesday evenitig it thl Maquon school gym, If ft* ftussell Martin presiding. Plafti i^ere made* for the banquet Oet 22 for all the teachers and their families and school directors of the Valley unit. > Mrs. George Pointer, Mtl fttilrry Mason, Mrs. Robert Bird and Mrs. Marvin Peterson were appointed as general committee. " A The program committee, consisting of the Gene Austin* WAyne Cowman, Irvin Talbert and Weld &n Saltord families, presented * sp&n- did program of vocal and instrumental numbers by the 'Alvin Davis family, Clyde Ray Sherman, Mrs. Reece Thurman, Judith Morse and Bonnie Jo Welker. The 1 refreshments for the evening were in charge of the Kenneth Cecil, Robert Sherman, Alvin Davis and Harry Mason families. The program committee for the next meeting, Nov. 3, is the Robert Morse, R. L. Porch, James Sharp- shair, Ralph Elter and Clair Foster families. On the refreshment committee are the Marvin Peterson, Don iWilley, Teddy Kennelly and Reece Thurman families, Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bybee entertained at a family dinner Sun- OUT OUR WAY By Willi* "vbu HAP7Ht £>~rr tOOKB LIKE JAP WORK/ WHV, 1 N£VE* KNEW YOU WA6> EVER OVER THERE-AN' WHAT© THf Uf* HERE z fp THAT WAS SOU Y IT'S OlM £fc ME WE *D SET [EXACTED PO- 3TfclPPED DOWN S 5ITIOW 15 TO TH* ANKLES, BUT ^ Vv>1V THEY TM' fcULL'S RESERVE \WOULDN' AN* EXACTED ROSmOM) 06 A 8ft VyiLLKEEP'tHEM ,J/ IWTER," iFRtrtA <30IKTMUCHT ESTEP IN FLRTHER. / fc A ANVTHtN(3 WE HAVE CM CHESTS '4 1 ft « * attending n teletype school, toi been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Garollts of Yoder, Wyo., Mr, and Mrs. Iceland Cooper were supper guests , . .Saturday of Mr. and Mrs, Glenn Mrs. Ora Meyers and daughter gcaton. tittle York LITTLE VORK — Mrs. Lottie Darrah of Rushville has gone to the home of her son, Russell Darrah, for a visit were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bellinger. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Brounlcr left Sunday morning for Sparta to attend the Illinois Synod meeting of the United Presbyterian Church. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown returned home from Chicago on Sunday where they have been Mr. and Mrs. Jack Garland and daughter, Jean Kaye, near Seaton, spent Sunday with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Roy Peterson. they spending a few days. Jack and James Bazel left Sat urday for their home at Westjcrissey, Mrs. Maude Harrod THE TDUR&TS (Note: Send pattern ord«Ti direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders wUl NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office.) Knit a shrug to toss over every „ fc l , J . clv , wv/ „ ) „ k and win £r^ wedding anniversary of Mr. anrl winter! This is done in a fast n easy . ° M . * n „ ana stitch trimmed with ribbing. Make it and Mrs. Cecil Fortman of Cannow. Pattern 503 has easy-to-follow knitting directions. Misses' Sizes 32-34; 36-38 included in pattern. and f O R Free Delivery Phone 1437-6 or B-1909 WEST DRUG CO., INC sTnd ''Twenty-fivo"cents in coins for Hedden and Chris, Mr, and Mrs. this pattern-add 5 cents for each pat- Rona j ( j Williams and daughter, Williamsfield # # ^ . # # WILLIAMSFIELD ~ Mr. and Jn an apartment with her sister Mrs. R. F. Mackie returned Fri- Mrs. Gertrude Williamson, day from a 4,500-mile trip through Monday supper guests of Mr. the West, going to Los Angeles arn } Mrs. William Betts, were his for a v*it with ^ and sister, Mrs. A. W. x i • i i * M i« r. ( anc family, Mr. and Mrs. Jack * tertained at a family dinner Sun- ck and Mar{ llyn. They spent Betts » nd Mrs - Vincent Dancer day at their country home, north sQme tjme at Pasadena a nd Re- of Princeville. of Maquon, in celebration of the don(]a Beach with ^ Mackie > s Mr# and MrSt otto Mosher rc . mint and cousins. Coming home by turned home Sunday evening after way of Tucson, Ariz., they visited a visit since Wednesday with their ! Mrs. Mackie's brother, George son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Martin, also Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Mrs. Bernard Thieben, in Wyom- Young and the Otto McNaught ing. On Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. family. In Kansas they visitedjThieben, Bobby and Adda, the Creek, N. J., after spending few days with Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes and family. Mr. and Mrs, Dana Shaner afld Nancy of near Biggsville spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Waugh. Mr. and Mrs. David Stratton were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Stratton in Aledo. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Anderson spent Sunday in Joy with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Rader and Roddy. Everett Peterson of Nellis Air Base, Las Vegas, Nev., arrived home Tuesday to spend a 21-day Princeton to take up her residence leave with his parents, Mr. and Attend Funeral AVON—Thosc who attended the funeral oi James O. Amos of St. Petersburg, Fla., held in Peoria Tuesday, were Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Mrs. H. R. Crisscy, and Mrs. Lucrctla Hollistcr. Mrs. Roy Peterson. Pfc. William Hughes Jr., who is stationed at San Diego, Calif., is «RTHRITIS Quick, Amazing Relief t Do you tulttr agonizing pa(n# IhrJtls, RheumAllAm, or Neuritis? II aot ber« 1» new hopet NtfSAU • n«w •clentlflc clinic-tested formula work* to* tornally to help quickly relieve torturot* O&lru r«duc« swelling and uncork iolntt.' Medically proven, con ulna no harm fat drugs, non-habit formtnd. Why tuUcf Another day when glorious relief CM bm obtained with NUSAJU. No laataff or* thrili* or rheumatie pain relief knotml k»"»f nAAk n«»r»nte»—Ai An Draff lata Good Grooming AI way Sty I ton, parents of Mrs. Bybee. Other guests were Mrs. Dora Hedden, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Engineers say that a temperature difference of only one de- FarmillglOn irroups gree between the walls of yourj FARMINGTON — Mrs. Laura home and the warmer air in thcigtranz was elected president of the this pattern—add 5 cents tor eacn pai- tj ona i f i Willinms ancf daucnter.i ". • t .... . , . tern for first-class mailing. Send i to *™*™ v „* u {i^. n !, nrl -nA Snra Mrs. Mackle's brother and sisters. Moshers enjoyed a drive to the Register-Mail^eediecraft Dept P a Dorothy, of F «f™ f "fA^' J?™^ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kneer and Deils in Wisconsin. Box 5740, Chicago SO. Print plainly Jean, Susan, IJa Fein ana Jt *rnie c .,«j n „ ,ti*u n w ...uu i~u„nt ~ : YOUH NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, Bh » Mr and Mrs. George Lam- Gre 8 were Sunday visitors with Mrs. Nellie Johnston is quite PATTERN NUMBER, SIZE. ; „ f SraHford were Mr. and Mrs. Verne Finney and ill with a strep infection and EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN bertson -of Bradlord were after- l " f . Galesbur2 M / and nneumonia Mrs Jessie Lene is popular, new designs to crochet, sew. noon callers. J ? e £ uaiesDurg mi a u pneumonia, mrs. Jessie L ,eng ih embroider, knit—printed right in jhe Mr and MrSt Fortman were pre- Mrs - Gene Palrner o£ Knoxville assisting in her care. sented with a" silver coffee service were afternoon callers in the Fin- for their anniversary. ney home. Receives Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Cutcher, Mrs. Georgia Alien has re- Gary and Perry of Galesburg were ceived word she has a new great- Sunday visitors with Mr. and Mrs.j granddaughter, born Oct. 6 to Mr.jBurt Daniels. Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for •— ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions! Send 20 cents 'or your copyl Hold Election for settle on the walls. and Mrs. Gregory Haugen of St. Charles, Mo. Mrs. Haugen, the former Peggy Allen, spent her Mrs. Nellie Weaver has gone to Canada is second only to South Africa in gold production. The precious metal is mined in all but two of Canada's provinces. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS KEEP CLOTHES PROPERLY DRY CLEANED! Whatever the style, and whether you're at work or play, we'll help you keep well groomed. CL£ANERS 68 Norlh Prairie Si. New Floor Care Ends Waxing One oi the most difficult jobs oi housekeeping is 1o keep linoleum and asphalt tile floors waxed and gleaming. Now, thanks to Glaxo, it is no longer necessary to wax and scrub. All you' do is apply Glaaxo with a brush about twice a year. It maintains a high lustre, non slip coating that seals out dirt Glaxo dries in one hour and is water room will cause dirt and dust tojwestmihster' Guild Class of thejsummer vacations at Maquon with (her grandmother, Mrs. Allen. Days Visit At Former Charge YATES CITY — The Rev. and Mrs. William Henry Day made a visit to the church where they began their ministry, in 1905 at Bowling Green, Mo. The church is the same, except a fine dining room and Sunday School room have been added, and a new parsonage. They visited the country (church 18 miles away where they First Presbyterian Church at the meeting held Tuesday evening in the church basement. Mrs. Ruby Williams was chosen vice president; Mrs. Alberta Nowers, secretary; Mrs. Eloise Bengston; treasurer. Mrs. Clair Threw was named chapter mother of Farmington Chapter F. H. A. at a meeting of members held Tuesday in the Community High School. /The girls planned their first party for mem* bers [or Monday and will be a clear. It's cheaper than wax in\ roast to be held at the township the long run, besides saving a ter-lp ar k, rific amount oi work, plus truly at i beautiful floor. Glaxo is available! TJ 1c Army operates 11 reception at Kellogg Drake & Co. (centers and 14 separation centers in the United States. . treasure hunt followed by a wiener(drove a horse and buggy over! rough roads. Much of it is hard surface road now. They found 1 some young couples they married then, but not young now. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS :*.V. V WW- •V. ROOM OOM DARK _ AX M0 mm NO WASHOUT your newspaper lights the National Newspaper Week presents a welcome opportunity to congratulate a good neighbor and old friend, the DAILY REGISTER-MAIL. The Register-Mail keeps us informed of the news, and tells community about our services. Its news columns and its advertisements are desex^ving of the highest praise, GALESBUR ILUNO* CHECKING ACCOUNTS COMMFRCIAI LOANS SAVINGS ACCOUNTS REAL ESTATE LOANS AUTOMOBILE AND PERSONAL LOANS TRUST DEPARTMENT FARM MANAGEMENT SERVICE SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS MEMBER FEDERAL /DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION 1 1 i •y- A way of freedom v 'MM WESTINGHOUSE AUTOMATIC BRIGHTNESS CONTROL Automatic television is here! Change room lights, and ordinary TV pictures wash out or glare. Turn lights on or off, and Automatic Brightness Control automatically adjusts the Westinghouse to a perfect picture. Room light ;.. no washout. Room dark ... no glare. It's exclusive with Westinghouse, the world's most automatic TV. • Advanced 100-MIU-Wus Cascade Tunar a Automatic Araa Salactor a No streaks, no fffuttor, no ffop-ovor, automatically o SCnglo Dial tunot both UHF-VHP channels ' • 3-way glaro^rotoctlon* Convenient Terms to Meet Your Budget Price includes Federal Tax and tall oat* year wtmnty on picture tube. you CAN li SURI...mir's 0' ; ^>^»ts^ > ^ F H # • R Wesiinghouse Big Picture TV St§rt$ e$ low as $229.95 Westtogbonse flppUonces 45 South Prairie Street YEARS IN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG A r

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