Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 13, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 13, 1953
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the Dail; :istef-: Gralesbur Tuesday. October 13, 1953 at NEW WINDSOR—New Windsor unit of the Parent-Teachef Association has received a membership recognition card from the National P.T.A., it was announced at the meeting of the gfoup Thursday evening at Winola Junior High School There were 75 persons in attendance, and the award for the evening was presented to Miss Alice Swanson's room, A report on the first aid course, sponsored by the P.T.A., was given by Mrs. Florence Anderson. Three of the local teachers are enrolled. Mrs. Lillian Oberg, president, presented the past president's pin to Mrs. Percy Streeter, Plans were completed to hold open house at the grade and junior high schools at the next meeting Nov, 12. Members are taxed 9 cents each for the scholarship fund. The following committees were appointed: ways and means, Mrs. 0. If. Johnson, Mrs. Howard Yerkey, Mrs. Wilbur McQueen, Mrs. Albert Bredbcrg, Mrs. Vernon SfuiH, Mrs. Herbert Johnson and Mrs. Emery Garrett; membership, Mrs. Charles Young and Mrs. Earlc Nelson; publicity, Mrs. Vernon McNeil. A public dance will be held at a later date at the high school, sponsored by the association. The program included a group of piano solos, Larry Streeter; vocal duet, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Keim; and John Spivey showed films on his trip to Hawaii. To Sponsor Drive Members of the Martha Society, who met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Carl A. Johnson, decided to sponsor the overseas clothing drive. The goal is set for December, and articles may be boxed ready for shipping or brought to the Lutheran Church to be packed. Mrs. Arthur Benson, president, presided and the Rev. Rudolf Nilson conducted the devotions. An invitation was extended to the group to attend a tea at the Ophicm Luheran Church Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Nilson brought a greeting from Mrs. Carroll Anderson, a patient at the Cottage Hospital, and the greeting was returned by the signatures of all on a get well card. The program included readings by Mrs. Myrtle Thompson and Miss Margaret Carlson and accordion selections and a song by Janet Anderson. Mrs. Ben Larson was assisting Belvedere (Name Room Mothers At Fairview School FAIRV1EW — Fairview P.T.A. met Thursday night at 7:30 in the grade school. A new set of World Books was purchased and presented to the school by the group. The teachers were introduced by the president, Mrs. Obil Myers. Room count was won by the fifth grade, Helen Lawsoti, teacher. Room mothers appointed were: Mrs Ivan Mahr, Mrs. Claudic GO TO A F # MOVIf THEATftl tcSff TUtftSAY, OCT. 1ft ORPHEUM: "Th* Caddy," at 1:30, 3:34, 5:38, 7:42, WEST: "Master ot BalUittrae," 1:30, 4:20, 7:10. 10:00; "Fighting Lawman," 3:00, 5:50, 8:40. Note 53*year Marriage at Stone and Mrs, Clyde Dunbla&ier ,m« .,, Ifirst grade; Mrs. Clark WorrellJ Bl W»VlIIc Mrs. Cecil Huffman and Mrs J BIGGSVILLE — Pvt Jimmy Merle Miller, second grade: Mrs.lMilligan is visiting with his par- Dean Reach, Mrs. Lyle Link andL nt(! Mr ftnrl u * Vgk . Mrs. Bcnvyn Cooper, third grade;|1 \ . Mrs ' Earl Milli £ an Mrs. L. Archdale, Mrs. Don Me-'?* 0ct - 16 he j * to report at Ft. The Belvedere four-door sedan is one of eleven beautiful body types in the 1954 Plymouth line. All models are longer than their predecessors and all are available with Plymouth's new full-time power steering and with Hy-Drive, a no-shift combination. Iron-on Desig In 3 Colors 686 Mrs. Anderson Hostess To Biggsville Unit BIGGSVILLE—Biggsviile Homemakers Unit met with Mrs. Jessie Anderson Thursday with Mrs. Leslie Larson assisting hostess. Thirteen members and two guests, Mrs Charles Sterett and Mrs. Lewis Foster were present. The major lesson, "Serving Refreshments For Party and Club Meetings," wasj presented by Mrs. Foster substi-; tuting for Mrs. Herman Renard. The minor lesson "How to Vote Intelligently/'' was given by Mrs. Verne Spicknall. Mrs. Cavart Bigger, new chairman, presided at the meeting and the recreation period: which followed the meeting wasj under the leadership of recreation) chairman, Mrs. William Bigger The next meeting with Mrs. Roy Cochran Nov. 12. Country Club will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Merle Street Miss*Edith Brook will talk on the European trip which she 'has made and will also show slides. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson and Mrs. Lissie Haley of Cameron werej recent visitors in the A. W. Pearson home. C. H. Knight of Los Angeles and Mrs. Edith DeBois of Detroit, Mich., who have been visiting in the Pearson home, returned to Cameron with them. Riever and Mrs. Paul Walters, fourth grade; Mrs. Leonard Williams, Mrs. Alva Harper and Mrs. Joe Brown, fifth grade; Mrs. D. McMahon, Mrs. Dale Murphy and Mrs. John Lafferty, sixth gfade. A chili supper is being planned for the near future by the finance committee. The program was in the charge of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Deushane and Mr, and Mrs. Dennis McMahon, co-chairmen. Group sing* ing was led by Mrs. Claudic Stone accompanied by Mrs. Merrill Wright. Vickie Deushane sang two numbers. Games were played jwith Mrs. Deushane in charge. Next meeting will be Nov. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Dunblazier and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lindstrom will be in charge. Lewis* Wash, for reassignment. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar La Motte of Clifton were recent visitors with Mr. and Mrs. Verlc David. Walter Cochran attended the meeting of Synod of the United Presbyterian Church at Sparta Monday through Wednesday. New Windsor Dinner NEW WINDSOR—The 53rd wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Carnahan was observed by the following relatives at a potluck dinner in their home Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Carnahan and family 6f Macomb, Mrs. Laura Pinkerton and daughter, Mrs. Lester Baldwin, Mrs. Ralph McCrcight, Mr. and Mrs. Beard McCreight of Aledo, Mrs. Cora Downing, Rock Island, Mr. and .Mrs. Robert Downing and family, (Aledo. I Mr. Carnahan and the former 'Blanche Beard worc»married Oct. 10, 1900. They have been residents of New Windsor the past 1* years. They have a son, Arthur, Macomb, and two grandchildren. KNQXVILLE f In ancient Egypt, cats were used as retrievers. Op«n 1:15 —- 42c to 6 (plus t*x) 'playing They've Got All Galesburg Laughing! ABBY ABINGDON FUNNIER TONITEIII ,£OEN> ii A" > • •A JVEWf G00& You must see Jane Wyman and STEAK HOUSE h r h 4_ f * 4 * • • • J Ray MiUafid "Let's luar Kn w * * L J t V * n L 1 r h - L * + ¥ + • • * * J , ' b F Again" on the new panoramic screen at the Earl Theatre, Knox- villc, Wednesday and Thursday. It's in Technicolor, too. Gilson Mrs. Ollie Douglass, her daugh ter, Mrs. Vern McNaught, granddaughter, Mrs. Archie Tapper of Galesburg, were callers on (Uotet Send pattern orderi direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Order* will NOT be accepted at GaJeeburg newspaper office.) IRON them righ on—no embroidery! Beautify linens with old-fashion- ied girls and nosegays in soft pink, sky,_ 'blue and green! For bazaar best-sellers, !friends Saturday afternoon. hostess and 33 persons were in (your guest room—iron on towels, nftenrfnnpr sheets, pillowcases scarves. Add ready 5 T u XT n i * •m.'r made eyelet edging for a gift pretty; Little York Mrs. John V. Carlson and Mrs. enough to delight a bride. I nnmr VADV Vern Bangson donated $5 instead! Pattern 686 has 12 washable irotvon. LullLh YUKiv GILS ON—Charles Housh has re-, turned to his home in Fremont,, Neb., after visiting a few days; with his sister, Mrs. Mary Moore, - s and land relatives at Maquon. , Mrs. Fred Hoffman, Peoria, wasi a supper guest of her daughters Mrs. Virgil Wilcoxen, and family^ r Oct. Employees Well Vacation. eninq Nov. ! Closed thru Oct. ' + ' P \ M m -m F 4L h * m h F ' F- 4 •VV • m r I x 4 41 - \ ' h I -. .v. 1 .'- rn RES * r H F 1j F # f. •I' w h + 1953 WW m m W Jr 4 my Thursday • 1 \ sprays 1x2 inches. Send TwenJy-Hve cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Register-Mail, Needlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 5740, Chicago 80. Print plainly YOUR NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE. line spent Thursday in Alexis with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Smith. of rcrvin^ ^ Two girls 4, ' ixl ft \r ? irls Tcm Stevens, wafcancded g 4 ^ x ^v.« f ^ r ^! prays 4 ' 2Xl a; lour i their daughter, Mrs. Those having birthdays during the month were Mrs. Arthur Field, Mrs. E. E. Blick and Mrs. C. A. Swanson. Bridge Hostess Mrs. Ralph Keck was hostess to the Afternoon Bridge Club in her home Thursday. Receiving awards in the game were Mrs. Violet Dawson, Mrs. Glenn Adamson t Mrs." Vernon Shull and Mrs. Eugene Walsten. Mrs. Walter White will be host- at the Oct. 22 meeting. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howarter .went to Chicago Friday to visit I MflACa Lfltl£<i Hoitlfi - Mr. and Mrs.| 0 ver the weekend with Mrs. How -1 UUUgB nUHIC accompanied byjarter's sister, Mrs. Charles Harbi- Harold Po-; so n, and family. Spon Mrs. Harold Dougan attended a meeting of the Good Cheer Club Women PATTERN NUMBER. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN DoDular, new designs to crochet, sew,, . embroider, knit—printed right in the ]Glenn Seaton attended a rmsccl- for Miss Dorothy Mr. and Mrs. Warren Moe of I at Maquon Thursday evening. Chicago spent the weekend with) Dr. Harry McKown left Thurs- her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving^day evening for a week's speaking Anderson. | tour in Kansas. Mrs. Leland Cooper and Mrs.! CHILI Moose, and COFFEE ntertainment BAM BATES with JOSEPH CALLEIA FRED CLARK Product* tt PAUL JC'itS 'Mi WW fhmw ty HCW*n TAUtoc 0 'tJofvt ij UH viaiwa StW> bf DANflY AKS0LO SIX SONG HttSI -ALSO- COLOR CARTOON LATEsT^/ORLD^NEWS ^4' Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns tl* send for — ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashionsiSend 20 cents-for your copy! laneous shower Dahl at the home of Mrs. Geo; Smith in Seaton. 1 Build Ding Dong Scout g Kong HONG KONG CP)—Plans are in Grasshoppers Work Overtime in Field JEFFERSON CITY, Mo, (#) — A farmer near here was appalled at sight of hungry grasshoppers in_.. „. vading his field of corn one eve- preparation for the erection of one ning. He hustled back to the house of the most modern Boy Scout and phoned a company that does headquarters in the world at near- aerial spraying. They promised to get right on the job in the morning. But bright and early the farmer took another look at the field and canceled the spray job. The grasshoppers' night shift had cleaned the field. ' ! It is estimated that nearly 260,000 U.S. firms advertise through ithe use of match books. by Kowloon. The building, scheduled for completion early in 1954, will have two stories and a basement. It will have an'.800-seat capacity assembly hall, a 'gymnasium, locker and shower rooms, library and workshops. ^SERVICE 1 —1 CO TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE / A ON ANY MAKE NEW SHAVER. OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO. I 110 £.MAIN ST. 5 V - •' % <£X > v/.v: .;J Kentucky Blended always have on hand both kinds of Old Sunny Brook Blend an Straight Serve each guest his kind of "cheerful" Old Sunny Brook, the Blend or the Straight! Whiskey Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey 0L0 SUNNY BROOK NEUTRAL SPIRITS BSAB0 KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS 65%'GRAIN 1* THE OLD SUNNY BROOK COMPANY, L0UISVILLE,_KY.J TONIGHT 7:00 P. M. STAG SUPPER Eagles and Prospeclive Members EAGLES HOME 74 N. Chambers TONITE-THURS On The NEW W!DB PANORAMIC SCREEN \ A Song On Her Lips And A Swing Her Hips! r Grove NOW! 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