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- \ Dail; iste* Efficiency in Operation NEW YORK—Ralph W. Burger, president of the Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, today urged the nation's food industry to strive for greater efficiency in its operations in order to further narrow the spread between farm and retail prices. In a statement launching a month-long celebration of the nation's oldest food chain's 94th anniversary, Mr. Burger cautioned the industry against wasteful practices that might tend to increase the cost of food to consumers or reduce returns to producers. "The entire food industry, from producer to distributor, has given the American people the highest standard of eating in the world today," Burger said. "The average family in this country has a better and more varied diet and spends a smaller percentage of its income on food than do the residents of any other country. But if we are to remain the best-fed nation, we must continue to seek new and better ways of producing and distributing food." r Oquawka Stars Fete Two on Birthday OQUAWKA — The Oquawka Chapter Order Eastern Star met Monday evening, with Mrs. Julia Smith presiding in the absence of the worthy matron, Wilma Yan- Tine, who is attending grand chap* ter in Chicago. Following the meeting, a social hour was enjoyed with Mrs. Beulah Braun as chairman of the committee and her assistants were Mrs. Maude H. Co6per, Mr. and Mrs. Don James, Mrs. Lowell Tucker and John Ekelof. Games were played for which nice prizes were given. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Armstrong Galesbur eek SeW'Thrifty Friday, October 9> 1953 Media Church Opens r airview toclgc Will Contest Based on Be Host lo Meeting boniest Dttswi tm FATRViEW—The Rebekah Lodge of Fairview will entertain district A contest betweenl 0 ffjeers Monday night at 7:30 Member MEDIA Stronghurst and Media Churches and Sunday Schools was started Sunday to continfie until Easter. Points will be given on a percentage basis for the most Bibles at o'clock. Mrs. Joe Brown entertained in honor of her daughter Peggy's birthday last Friday evening-. A Pf ents Gifts to Windsor Church edicatioti Service church for morning worship, new wiener roast was held at the home, after which the group was taken on a hayrack ride, present beside sthe honoree members added to the Sunday School enrollment and for attendance at Sunday School. The losers will entertain the winners next spring. Miss Mildred Martin of Olivet, former commercial teacher at Media High School, visited in v weekend. Elmore ELMORE spent Sunday Stodgel. _ Mr and Mrs< Donald Dean of Media and Stronghurst over the EImwood spent Saturday at the XVO0W1 1 Victor Dean home. NEW WINDSOR - At a dedication service at the Presbyterian Quitch Sunday morning preceding the Holy Communion setvice, the following participated: Mrs. Ray Keim made the presentation of a new communion table runner, a .ip was taKen m\^ n ( ™ m J he Ladles Mr $- Wil- Therc were 18i bur McQueen presented a piano 'scarf, the gift of the Golden Circle- and Ann Sholl presented the Bible marker, a gift of the Westminster Fellowship. Mrs. Laverne Peterson was baptized and received as a member of the church. Mrs, Ada Stargel with Mrs. W. H, Son Born (Note: Send pattern orders direct to Chicago. WaJch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted al Galesburg newspaper office.) ( ATFDfA Mr nnr? Mrs Look at the diagram—no side seams,L ^urn—mr. ana Mrs. few pattern parts! Nothing but noth- jJohnson of Burlington are parents ing could be easier than our ONE; of a son bom Sept 30. Mrs. Raymond Gcarhart, Mrs. Harold Brotise, Mrs. It. E. Sullivan and Mrs. J. E. Campbell attended a shower in honor of Miss Helen Lober at the Raritan Baptist Church recently. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Turner and daughter, Sally, Mrs. Harry Cat- hill and Mr. and Miys. George Gruber were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Lavelle and daughters, Christine and Andrea. The Media F. H. A. girls entertained their mothers and other guests recently at the home ec building. Drawing of names for secret pals was followed by the serving of cookies and punch. The softball game at Smithshirc last week resulted in the first win of the season for the Media boys. Miss Faree Mathers, Mrs. Harold Graham and Mrs. Clifford Barber and children were Ft. Madison shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stevens and Tecldy and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reservations for members of the Presbyterian Woman's Missionary Society, who plan to attend Pres. bytcrial meeting at Norwood Wednesday, Oct. 21, should be Stevens spent the weekend with made with Mrs. Jessie Wallace, the former's brother and family, [the secretary, by Oct. 16. Mr. and Mrs. John Stevens, at Piqua, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Philbee accompanied them as far as Fort Wayne, Ind., and spent the time with his brother and wife.jcountv Nursing Home at Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Philbee. 'Thursday, Oct. 22, will meet Members of the Presbyterian Woman's Missionary Soc^ty who will visit the patients at the Mercer Aledo at the at 2 avail- Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Lumberry!| oca j Presbyterian Church and family and Mr. and Mrs. John p mt( where cars will be Lumberry were Peoria callers Sat-j^g f 0 r the trip, urday. Mrs. Don Garrison, Mrs. William xhc first meeting of the Adult Hawks, Mrs. Harold Stevens and^ewing Class, conducted by Miss Mrs. Jack Stevens were Galcsburgjyjola Ilerington, home economics shoppers Monday. j instructor in Winola Junior High George Brown and daughters, school, was held Monday evening Mrs. Bernard Camp and Mrs. Vic- w itH 17 women in attendance. The tor Dean and sons were business c j aS s will be filled at the next callers in EImwood Monday. i meeting when there will be 18 Funeral services were heldi w omen. Nine meetings will be Tuesday afternoon in Peoria for [held from 7 until 8:30 p. m. and Henry Maahs, who died Saturdayjthe remaining nine from 8:30 until morning at St. Francis Hospitaluo o'clock, after a lingering illness. He was'. The Rev. Lawrence Thompson Mobile Homes! ^ - i. T+ *f* ^ K > • MA- r* v the father of Mrs. 0. G. Stodgel. t _.. Mrs. Sylvia Moore returned to• and Ralph Keck accompanied the RllsSG jifher home in Farm'mgton Monday.;following to the Youth Institute She had spent the past two weeks.'heid at the Aledo Presbyterian Mr* a"nd' at the Geor S e Brown home. 'Church last Sunday evening: Mai- YARD skirt! And it's the smartest « _ w "ivne Johnson are the na- 1 Mr - and Mrs - WaIter , Watkins ivin and Marvin Klundt, Dale Wal- matchmaker of your fan and winter ril?:, "i"^ T tjt *L f i [spent the weekend at the Duane sten, Roger Snyder, Jere Keck, wardrobe. See the navel seam dotail ! ;ternal grandparents, on the make-believe pockets—sew it |Jiftimv are staying "pattern 4610: Misses' Waist Sizes a4 >andpar C nt S . 25. 26. 28, HQ fnehes. AH given sizes,' take 1 yard r>4-inch. • r ^ . i™< i i „ This pattern easy to use, simple to jfcaSt OaiCSlUirg sew. is tested tor fit. ft;is compJeteJ ^ illustrated instructions. with* thpir J ^ iIIer home Jn C " in cy. iMarigene" Johnson, Judy Johnson, ' Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bantz and!Ruth Thompson and Nancy Shuli. sons and Mr. and Mrs. John Lum-| The Youth Institute meeting next berry went to Rock Island Sunday. Sunday will be held at Edgington They enjoyed a picnic dinner atiat 5:30 p. m. Local youth attend- and'BIack Hawk State Park. iing will meet at the Presbyterian Mrs. Audrey Workman and'Church at 4:30 p. m. Mr. Colonial Trailers Richardson Trailers Local Financing Direct Factory Deaiers Good Used Trailers Bought and Sold Mgrs., Avery & Delores Finden Owner — Bill Foley EAST GALESBURG /sond^Thiriy-five 'cen in coins for Mrs. David Benedict left Friday! T !t , w , this P att e nj T add 5 cents for each P at- for NorfoJk , V a., where they wiUi J ?" ,es ^ jckle called on Mrs, Or-'; & Ad^twS T& SfrSlmakc their home until Mr. Bene- yille Philbee of EImwood at Proc-' 11 ing. They were recently married iwhen he was home on leave. Mrs. Dudley Williams returned home Monday after an extended om Camp Carson in His parents, Colorado Mr. and Chicago 80. Print vaur NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE NUMBER. diet finishes his 4-yenr Navy train- ij^ 0 ^™^ J^SjJMrf Sfin Alden, accompanied by brought with them a lovely birth day cake, which was served in cele-j visit with her son, Dudley Jr., and bration of the birthdays of Clint'family in California. Welch and Waunita Gray, whose' Don Brittingham from her recent operation. " i Mr - and Mrs - Dale B ^tler, drove to Mrs. Clem Mills is visiting W Hhl Colorad ° t0 bnn 8 hlm home - . her grandson and wife, Mr. and! Also home from service in Mrs. Fred Booth in Peoria. f Korea ls Larr ^ Hendel, son of Mr. MAIN TRAILER SALES birthdays occur on the same day. This has been an annual custom since Mr. Welch and Mrs. Gray served the lodge as worthy patron and worthy matron. 1719 W. Main Phone 7304-0 READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS MANAGEMENT MOBIL GAS SU1I0H AND GARAGE WATERS W SERVICE GENERAL REPAIR and COMPLETE OVERHAUL SWANSON Call 8145-3 BUD" MILLER returned to Sacramento, Calif., Tuesday. Pie will be stationed in Alaska for a period of two years. Mrs. Brittingham and son will remain with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lufkin, for the time being. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lufkin and son, Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Clewell and son, Ricky, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hall in Peoria, Raymond Crow, who has been in a hospital in Denver, Colo., is released and lias joined his wife and 'children at the home of her par- jents, Mr. and Mrs. Kalph Snod- ; grass. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Lufkin and son, Terry, * visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bailey in Chicago. Highland School will be closed today and Friday so the teachers can attend the Teachers Institute to be held in Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Scott and family spent Sunday with the Paul Smith family. Mrs, Frank Sargent and Wallace were callers in Kewanee Monday. Recent visitors at the E. J. Grohs home were Mrs. Louella Watkins, Joe Cain, Sam Blust and Dale Collins, Mrs. Louella Watkins spent the weekend at her home. Avon AVON — Girl Scouts, divided into three troops, meY Tuesday evening in the schoolhouse to organize for the coming year. Girls in the oldest group will have Mrs. Dale Holcomb and Miss Elizabeth Palm as leaders; the second group is in charge of Mrs. D. N. Hanson; and the third group in charge of Mrs, "George Swinger and Miss Margaret Putman. The latter group held a meeting at the Swinger home and elected Janet Bradley as patrol leader and Janis Eyman as treasurer. They now have five members. The Girl Scout organization has received a gift of $25 from the business men of Avon, and $10 from Frank Myers. The business men also donated $25 to the Boy Scouts. The Town Board held a meeting recently in the fire station, with all members present but one. Mayor O. G. Martens conducted the routine business meeting, and regular bills were allowed. A license was granted to Willard Brown, who has applied for a license to re-open his tavern. Known as the Tiny Tavern, it will open around Nov. 1. Bronald (Bud) Alden has returned home after serving in the Army in Korea. He wus discharged and Mrs. Jay Hendel, RFD Avon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Ray and family visited in Youngstown Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ray. The Misses Fannie and Dorothy Carr arrived home Monday afternoon after a vacation trip. The first part of the trip was spent in Ann Arbor, Mich., where they S visited with the family of their nephew, Maurice Carr. The latter part was spent in Akron, Ohio, {visiting another nephew and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carr. TOM BULLIS this question Even with periodic wage Increases, we never seem to be able to put money aside for emergencies, such as sickness or accident. Can ( get insurance protection that would pay medical expenses AND an income if I were sick or injured? ON ANY INSURANCE PROBLEM. CONSULT Grant Bull is Agency "Complete Insurance Service" 43 N. Seminary Ph. 4167 it's Delivery Month. PHONE Sum sigh opa handsome tease! tV&ft-you' paint, you can do your house and your poeketbook a good turn if you specify Dutch Boy. These (time-tested quality paints apply smoothly, give full coverage, beautify and protect your home longer. So insist on Dutch Boy, as Master Painters have for generations! We have a wide selection of Dutch Boy House Paints, in Self-cleaning Bright White or handsome tints., OCTOBER M »1 12 13 14 18 19 20 21 25 26 27 28 SE For Prompt, Efficient Coal Delivery. We Give Green Stamp*! Main & Seminary Phone 4822 THERE'S A "DUTCH BOY" PAINT fOR EVERY PAINT JOB FUEL * COKE COMPANi 434 East Berrien Street F • * 30 day 100% mechanical guarantee on ail 50-51-52 model*. WHY YOU GET BETTER BUYS! Buick Reconditioned- for appearance/ performance and safety. Buick Roadtested for a double check after reconditioning. Buick Dealer Guarantee Covering the car firmly for 30 days. USED CARS SQUARE Customer Satisfaction Just as if the buyer had purchased a new car. 1952 PONTIAC CHIEFTAIN EIGHT TUDOR $1795 Has radio, heater, dual range Hydramatic, seat covers and is light blue color. This car is a one owner car arid has only 16,000 actual miles. Come in and see it today. 100% mechanical guarantee. 1952 PLYMOUTH CRANBROOK FORDOR .$1550 Has radio, heater, overdrive and plastic seat covers. Motor is smooth and the tires are perfect. The car has a light blue finish. 30 day 100% mechanical guarantee. 1951 BUICK SUPER 4-D00R SEDAN $1795 Has light blue finish. Radio, heater, Dynaflow and seat covers. Plenty of room for the whole family to ride comfortably in this one. Take it and drive it. You'll be satisfied. 30 day 100% mechanical guarantee. 1951 MERCURY SPORT SEDAN ...$1595 Has radio, heater, overdrive and seat covers. Upholstery is just like new. Finish Is dark Banning Blue and has been well kept. You will like this one. 30 day 100% mechanical guarantee. 1950 PACKARD 4-D00R ... $1075 Dark blue Has heater, defroster, seat covers and many other extras. Runs and drives like a dream. Come down and see for yourself. 30 day 100% mechanical guar* antee. 1950 PONTIAC $1295 Has Hydramatic, radio, heater and dark green finish. Seat covers are custom made, black and gray. 30 day 100% mechanical guarantee. A real buy on this one. 1949 BUICK ROADMASTER 4-D00R SEDAN $1095 Dark green. Has Dynaflow, radio, heater, plaid seaters and good tires. Here's a car that has plenty of weight and wheelbase that gives you that easy ride. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. 1948 BUICK SUPER 4-D00R SEDAN $895 Has ardio, heater and white sidewall tires, and has been well kept. Stilt has a modern guarantee. This jet black job ts a one owner car appearance. 30 day 50/50 mechanical 1949 OLDSMOBILE 4-DOOR SEDAN. 76 Series $1045 Has radio, heater, Hydramatic and seat covers. Has plenty of leg room and good all around vision. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. 1947 CADILLAC SERIES 4-D00R SEDAN $895 Has radio, heater, seat covers and whifewall tires. Motor has more power than you will ever need. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. 1947 BUICK SUPER CONVERTIBLE Has radio, heater, seat covers, push button windows and whitewall tires. Will someone a real sporty car. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. $750 make 1947 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 4-D00R SEDAN $645 Has radio, heater and light green finish. Be sure and consider this one before you buy. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. 1946 PLYMOUTH SPECIAL DELUXE 4-D00R SEDAN $595 Has radio, heater, whitewall tires and seat covers. Motor runs as good as new. Would make a real dependable car to drive back and forth to work. 30 day 50/50 mechanical guarantee. 1947 HUDSON COMMODORE Has radio, heater, good tires and motor. A real savings on this one. $475 ORCHARD NO STANDING IN LINE FOR THESE! 1939 CHEVROLET $125.00 1940 PACKARD 1941 OLDSMOBILE $95.00 $95.00 NO GUARANTEE BUT MAY ALL YOUR TROUBLES BE SMALL ONES! Ask for PAUL LINDBERG, FREO SWEDENBERG or JACK CLINE USE OUR LOW COST GMAC PLAN Where Customers Send Their Friends PUCKETT BUICK CO Salesroom Will Be Open Monday, Wednesday, fnday Evening* till 9 00- Saturday till 5:00-Closed Sundays l( , " "~ \^?> O? 149 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE 3939 6 v? v/

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