Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 12, 1953 · Page 10
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10 The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. !fi * CI* ered dish supper at Macomb to- Eastern Mar Initiation Held At Bushnell BUSHNELL — Regular meeting <rf Lucile Chapter, Order of Eastern Star was held Friday evening in the Masonic Hail with Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite, worthy matron, and Ed Stoller, worthy patron, presid ing. Guests of honor were Mrs. Ber niece Howe, past matron of Havana chapter, and Alexander Howe, past matron of Havana chapter. Mrs. Norma Weber, Mrs. Vera Sperry and Lyle Sperry received the initiatory degree and Mr. and Mrs. Howe, father and mother of Mrs, Weber, assisted in the initiation. Guests were present from Havana and Lewistown, including Worthy Matron RubySaltz of Havana. Elizabeth and Berniece Hummel were guests from Macomb. An invitation was read for members to attend initiation and cov- . Monday, October 12, 1953 27 Diamond Duet 27 genuine monds are matched set. for Both sparkling dia- in this lovaly $5 Down, $2 Weekly 241 E. Main night. An invitation was extended to Bushnell chapter to attend a special night of worthy matrons Oct. 22. There will be a covered dish supper here for worthy matrons Oct. 23. Mrs. Beulah Cowperthwaite, worthy matron, having returned from grand chapter, will give a report at the next meeting. At the official visit, a banquet will be held at the Presbyterian Church Oct. 21. A meeting of all officers will be held in the home of Mrs. Cowperthwaite Tuesday to make plans for worthy matron and worthy patron. Pro-tern officers who served Friday night wer # e Mrs. Thelma Sammons, Mrs. Elsie Barker, Miss Ethel Sperry, Joe McCance and N. J. Cheek. Mrs. George Falhaber, Mrs. R. J. Ewan and Mrs. Elmo Bradshaw served refreshments. Club Meeting Mrs. Signa Bricker was hostess Friday, entertaining members of the Hypatian Club of Avon of which she is a member. There were 12 members present. Mrs. Ada Cox gave the program "Godfrey Himself." Roll call was answered by "How I Spent My Vacation." Mrs. Marie Hamilton and Miss Marjorie Bricker were guests. Refreshments were served. Next meeting will be with Mrs. Ralph Wilkins. Lodge to Meet The Royal Neihbors Lodge will meet Wednesday evening in the V.F.W. Hall at 7:30 o'clock.. There will be initiation and lunch will be served. Plan Supper On Wednesday the West Side P.T.A. will hold a penny supper; in the Presbyterian Church base- County Club Women Meet At Alpha ALPHA—The Alpha Community Woman's Club was hostess Thursday to the Henry County Federation of Women's Clubs at the Methodist Church. The all-day session opened with registration at 9 o'clock and organ music by Mrs. H. W. Stitt. Call to order was made by the president, Mrs. Elmer Larson of Geneseo. Devotions were conducted by Mrs. James Gustafson of Cambridge. Pledge (o the flag was led by Mrs. Eldon Carlson of Genesco. Mrs. C. E. McLaughlin, president of the Alpha club, welcomed the guests and the response was by Mrs. Alvin Streiff of Kewanee. The following guests were introduced: Mrs. J. S. Housman, 15th district president; Mrs. Leo Gregory, 15th district junior director: Mrs. Roy Burnside, 15th district conservation chairman and Mrs. Hold District Club Meeling at LaHarpe LaHARPE — The Business and Professional Women 's Club of La Harpe served as hostess to Dis trict Four of the Illinois Federation recently. The meeting was held at the Legion Hall and was attended by 95 women representing most of the 13 clubs In the district. The Auxiliary prepared the meal. Miss Goedde of East St. Louis was the speaker telling of a recent European tour. About four hundred guests attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration for Mr. and Mrs. James Mayor held Oct. 4 at the Union Church Miss Joan Blythe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Blythe, and Miss Shirley Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Welch, are taking nurses training at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Grace Smith was hostess to the Rene Cossitt Jr. Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in her home last Monday with 12 members present. Mrs. John Rodeffer and Mrs. Ted Irish were initiated to membership. George Johns, past county prcsi-l _ dent J Dr. Conn. LaHarpe veterinarian ti I\T ,-o frocrnw'for a number of years, has ac- Mrs. Hausnan and M, iUon ag , n > « . gave short ta"^bout thc,r v^ l thc Dcpart mcnt of Agriculture. He The president, Mrs. La son, told, m work in Modesto, Calif, that an acre of trees had been 1 planted at Shawnee National Forest in memory of Mrs. Roy Ferguson of Orion, a past county president and past 15th conservation president. A memorial committee to draw up resolutions on the death of Mrs. J. R. Lough of Orion was Mrs. E. F. Nortrup of LaHarpe suffered a fractured leg just below the hip when she fell at home Wednesday. She is in Mary Davier Hospital Miss Arleen Lovell, daughter of Mrs. Lena Lovell, has resigned ment with serving starting atjnamcd as follows: Mrs. George; her . b flt Macomb and wiU ~ ork 5:30 o'clock. All parents and chil-Johns of Atkinson and Mrs. Ciiaeoni_„ „ ,,„„,. „ wb . ni . thn T „„ dren of the West Side School arc!Carlson of Orion. Resolutions committee is Mrs. Fenton Hardin of Orion and Mrs. L. A. Sandquist of Cambridge. as a bank clerk at the LaHarpe State Bank. Ralph Duncan, former proprie tor of the LaHarpe Appliance Company, became seriously ill a invited to attend. Will Meet Christian Links Class of the „.... . . _ „ — Methodist Church will meet Tues-j Nominating committee appointed,^ minutes after reaching home day evening at 7:30 o'clock in the W as Mrs. M. II. Hultgren and Mrs.-f rom the Veterans Hospital at home of Mrs. Maruice Chatter-.barren Nelson of Genesco, and,i 0 wa City where he had been a ton. iMrs. Leslie Foerder of Annawan.j patient for the past few weeks for ! Group singing was led by Mrs. W. I treatment for bursitis. The Army maintains 69 supp!y |E Cardiff of Galva. Reports of|— depots in the 68 overseas United States and: DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip?! , u „ D 0 .. . FASTEETH, an improved powder to !shoWn b " V ™ TS - Roy Burnside. An be sprinkled on upper or lower plates, nouncemcnt was made of the past holds false teeth more firmly in place, jmeeting of Trail Rangers to be Do not slide, slip or rock. No gummy,. 1f1 n vWL- * m rw at gooey, pasty taste or feeling. FAS-I nelcl at lu 0 clOCK a.m., UCt. ,5U at TEETH is alkaline (non-acid). DoeslPerc Marquette State Park Lodge breath"' ^5°-*-£™^°T d ^". ( - d .? n i^S!and a visiting day at Illinois State store. district chairmen were given.'An address was gryen by Dr. A. JLunchcon was served at noon by L. Hunsicker of Galesburg on the WSCS. of the Alpha Method- "Problems of Living Together." 'ist Church. Vocal solos byMrs. Paul Setter- Slides on Conservation were.'dahl accompanied by Dennis 'Whimpey. Report of the resolutions committee were read by Mrs. Hardin. Mrs. Oscar Wing was hostess chairman and Mrs. Theodore Johnston and Mrs. James Stewart were the registration committee. Get FASTEETH at any dru«' Rescarch Hospital at Galesburg. Attendance was 79 RUBBER GLOVES Irregulars, but good quality Pair 10c 30c CANVAS WORK GLOVES Men's or Women's. Pair 19c $1*25 HEAT LAMPS Infra-red. Fine for brooders 69c TRASH BURNERS Zipper top. $2.50 value. S1.59 INTRODUCING PRO-TEC-TUS-ALL STOP GARBAGE CAN ODOR! YOU CAN NOW Amazing new Garbage Can Deodorant ends unpleasant odor! Just spray and enjoy pleasant relief from garbage grief. CONTROLS PESTS! It protects YOU from the revolting, disease- breeding garbage can. IT'S NEW $ ^oo 12-oz. pressurized can LEAF RAKES 75c, Steel Tine* 29c $1.50 GALLONS TURPENTINE In factory sealed tins. Only 98c $3.95 STEP STOOLS Folding. Safe reinforced steps. S1.49 PLASTIC RAINCOATS Men's or Women's. S1.98 |Natite Committees For Avon Bazaar Sponsored hy WSCS AVON— The Women's Society of Christian Service met Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Dean Lock. Mrs. George Swank, president, conducted the business meeting. I It was voted to send $5 to the [Cunningham Home and to the Langley Settlement House, both projects of the church, to be used for Christmas gifts. It was announced the sub-district meeting is to be held Oct. 23 at the Maquon Methodist Church. Anyone interested in going should contact Mrs. George Swank. Dinner reservations should be in ahead of time. The week of prayer has been set for Oct. 25-31. There will be special service for this week, the time to be announced. Committees were appointed for the dining room and kitchen .for the bazaar and supper scheduled for Nov, 14. Members are urged to have their mite boxes turned in by Nov. 4. Mrs. Carl Nelson gave the worship service, and Mrs. Swank had charge of the lesson on "Sow the Seeds." , After the meeting, the hostess served refreshments to the 10 members and a guest. Mrs. Hobart Lock Sr. was a guest. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Crissey and Mrs. R. W. Harrod on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hanan of Macomb, Mrs. J. O. Amos of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Mrs. [Paul Koetzly of Savannah, 6a. The out-of-state guests came Tuesday for the funeral of J. O. Amos, which was held in Peoria. Friends called on them during the afternoon. Mrs. Amos is the former Nell Perry of Avon. Eleven members of Delphian Club met Tuesday with Mrs. George Swank for the customary book review. Mrs. Herbert Wilkins reported on "The Governor's Daughter." 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