Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 3
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, October, 14, 19M^J Zephyrs Speed Mail Service -A Coftinin for Men STAG LINES — fly BERT BACHARACH Speedier mail service (or Galesburg will bo provided beginning;FASHION Friday when the Hurlinglon Hail- road will initials ltailwny I'osl Office mail .service on its fast- scheduled daytime Kansas City Zephyrs HidMn Slyh The Kansas City Zephyrs are fast (rains running between Chicago nnd Kansas Cily, and also connecting at Hrookficld, Mo., wilh trains to and from St. Joseph. With the establishment of Hailway Post Office service, in which mail is sorted in transit by U. S. postal clerks, delivery and receipt of mail will be advanced as much as 24 hours for many of the cities alontf these routes. The easl bound Kansas City Zephyrs will arrive at Chicago at 8 p.m. and the westbound at Kansas City at 8:45 p.m., in lime to connect wilh overnight mail trains lo eastern cities and to the southwest. The new mail service is being established in cooperation with the U.S. Tost Office Department to facilitate business and to further improve Hurlington's service to ils on-line communities. This service will be provided daily except Sunday. Detailed information on mail deadlines can he obtained from local postal authorities. An ingenious new idea is being added to sport jackets this fall — a built-in pocket handkerchief. Music publisher , Eddie Joy (at right) demonstrates: it lie breast pocket of the jacket has a fancy foulard lining. When it's lucked away, It's just an ordinary pocket and will hold a regular handkerchief. But pulled out it looks like a colorful handkerchief (squarcd-off, no less). Handy Hints: Do not leave the garden hose dirty and twisted through the winter. Give it a good soapy rinsing, coil it evenly and hang on wall of garage or basement. ... If rugs are to be stored on end, be sure to roll them around some sort of pole for support. . . . When painting a room, first wet window,panes and mirrors and To Take Years Study South of the Border Pocket In "out" position WUl WJUUUW JUlllUO ouu liiiuuin miu ......... . press newspapers against the glass. This will protect them from stray paint spatters. Clothes Care: Careful brushing Is worth while only if the clothes brush is clean. Too few people think of giving the bristles a frequent wash, ... If and when washable slacks arc hung up to dry, ask your wife to turn them inside out and hang them on the line by the pockets. Barbecue Chef: You can get rid of onion odors on a knife by holding it over a flame for a couple of minutes. . . . And fish odors can be removed from a pan by sprinkling it with salt, adding hot water and allowing to stand for a quarter-hour. ... To keep hamburger or snmli pieces of meat from falling through the grating, [stretch a piece of screen over it. In the Stores: U. S. Royal golf balls are now packaged in a putter cup that can be used for indoor practice. . . . The new "Spot-Liter" I for cars is both a cigarette lighter and a spotlight for reading maps. [Space Aid: If you find your clothes closets are cramped, there's a good chance you can find help by the rearrangement shown here. Most closets have the clothes bar running the length of the closet, Dr. Sherman W. Brown, chair- j is .shown in the left-hand diagram below. However, the average man of the Knox College modern [closet is deep enough to allow the installation of two clothes bars languages department, vvilf take ajrunning from front lo back (right-hand diagram). This trans- Sabbatical leave beginning at theforms the closet into a "walk-in" and provides easier access to every end of the fall college quarter. lie will study Latin American literature in Mexico and Puerto Rico. Dr. Brown has been a member of the Knox faculty since 1!M2. lie is a graduate of Obcrlin College and received his Ph. D. from the University of Chicago. He also holds diplomas from the University of Madrid and the University of Mexico. PONY /ji thing in it. CLOSET SHELVES , ,J , ••) ,.,.1 i..) i r' ii- 1 J I frjnnnnr Copyright 1953, New York Herald Tribune, Inc. *»*35 7J INC no. TAX BOB COLVILLE - BILL FOLEY MIDWEST PHOTO SERVICE 158 N. Broad Tele. 6474-6 Enjoy Western Tour Mr. and Mrs. G. 0. Johnson of 1046 Grand Ave. returned home[ Sunday night after a month's vacation, during which they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert English of El Sobrante, Calif. The Johnsons traveled by car and visited relatives in Richmond, Oakland and Banning, Calif. They also visited the Wayne Shawler, family, former Galesburg residents, Miss Mae Dalton and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Duncan in Phoenix, Ariz. Traveling through Texas, The Weather SMOKING DEBRIS—AH that was left of a small shed and its contents was soaked by firemen Tuesday evening at the Stephen Kcllcy home, 703 W. Knox St. Fire destroyed the building, which contained rags and papers, but a truck was pulled out of the shed before it was totally , destroyed. Firemen shown above were identified by the department as being, left to right, Theodore Webber, Richard Smith and Marvin Seastedt. (Register-Mail photo.) RIVER STAGES DubuqiK- 7.2 f;ill 0.1. Davnporl---:).'; <>•<> HiirlinRton-- 1 2 <)') KPikuk--2 .3 fall 0.1. I .aSallc—10.0 rise 0.1. ^, • . ™r.* . 1 Peoria—11.7 0.0 Sttldent's Wife HI Havana-5.1 fall 0.1 I Bfarflstown—!»..{ fall 0.2. Public Relations \ ^i^l/^Vi Post at College i Sl - Ch il^ 03 00 _ Mrs. Carl Hoehn has been ap -i pointed public relations assistantiilplurns Home for the year at Knox College, Pres -J Mrs yerda Nueklc Aunt Jemima to Feature Kiwanis ILLINOIS: Fair tonight. Thursday' PflUCfllcC Day, NOV. 12 fair nnd mild. Low tonight 4o-4fi. nigh! When the Galesburg Kiwanls Thursday 72-78. CluD j g j oinCc | by the pubfiC in IOWA: Fair toniRlit. Thursday fair „ . . , . — a „ . and miid. Low tonight 42-50. nigh celebration' °> Pancake Day in J ^Ao^n VICINITY : Sunny j G«I«*urg. Thursday, Nov. 1J. the and plr:.i:-ant this afternoon and again;Teal Aunt Jemima" Will be flown [Thursday. Fair tonight. High thla| f N v k f Onli^hnro Irt (afternoon In the low 70s. A little low-; ,rom "CW YOrK to l.aieSDUrg 10 near thr-lako. Low tonight 46. nigh enhance the day's entertainment, Thursday 75. Low Thursday night 50.1.. , . , . . outlook for Friday: Fair and mild. ;'t was announced today. Already v , . 0 "." , ** u '? ar "? v' c ' nl 'y , „, known to radio and TV fans, Aunt Fair tonight. Ihtin.clay fair and rnlld., ' Low lonight 44. tugh Thursday 76. Jemima will be no stranger hero. Low Thursday night 48. j Mcmbers „ f {nc £ |wanis C hlb LOCAL WEATHER 'board meeting Monday evening (Up umii Noon) with a representative of the Noon rf-ading. 72; morning's low, 44. Quaker Oats Company, advanced Clear, wind southeasterly, no prcc|pj-! p | 8ns f or ( nc "pancake festival." tation. I Tuesday s maximum, 71; Vnin - i,, , , _ _ 11111 !mum. 47. » Sun rose today at 6:10 a.m.Thc day's program WOljId include jsets ai 5.22 p.m ; moor: sets at 046,the serving of pancakes at the iP .in. Morning stars. Mars, Jupiter and }J 0 t c | Glister ballroom from 7 fl.lll. 'Venus; evening stars, Saturn and Mer- <;tl „ _ „ . __,„ __, „„., „ till 8 p.m.; persona] appearances of Aunt Jemima at several school I assemblies and at hospitals and Ithe selling of tickets at a down- itown booth for the pancake feast. [There are two classes of ticket, lone for adults and the other for jchildren of high school ago and junder. The guest of honor will itake part in a parade, Wednesday, Nov. 11 at 3 p.m. j It was announced today that the ipancakc festival menu will include ia plate of pancakes and sausage, (with syrup and coffee, plus a scc- has re- ond plate with all the pancakes jeury. "V ,, L 1 J: Mrs. VITU.1 1 — ... ident Sharvy G. Urr.beck has an-; turnc(J to hcr hornf! j n Rcidsvillc, desired nounccd. ^ (j a (t cr spending two months Mrs. Hochn, the former Ruth j n Galesburg with relatives and . . g ~i 11 Rossiter, graduated from Knox in hcr'mother, Mrs. Hattic Adcock, AniOllliltlCG L,tlUS 1951. Her husband, recently re- w ho died Oct. 1. Attending a fare- urned from Army service, is en- we ]i party at the home of Mrs. rolled as a junior at the college. Eva Morrison of 451 E. Grove St. Mrs. K. L. VanWinkle from 747 . - ,- — Hawkinson Ave., to the Cottage Mrs. Hoehn's duties will include W ere Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Duke Hospital. 1 AI ; a « r\..l rn ~t VirnA-- FORCED OPEN—Fireman Marvin Seastedt had to pry open the hood of a burning auto truck which had been towed out of a smah building on the Stephen Kelley property, 703 W. Knox St., Tuesday evening about 7:45 o'clock. The machine was badly damaged, but firemen do not believe it was a total loss. Cause of the fire has not been determined. supervision of the college reccp- and Miss Alice Duke, of Brad- tion desk at Old Main. .ford; Mrs. Vcrril Lytle, Barbara,Carol and Larry Lytle, of Wa-i More than 5,900 physically handi ;iaga; Mr. and Mrs! Wesley Ad-! capped persons were registered| C ock of Abingdon; Mrs. Lawrence; with the Illinois State EmploymentjVance, Helen Vance, Mr. and: Service on July 31. This number;fti rs . Vera Gullstrand, Lois Gull-; will increase greatly, as disabled-strand, Mr. . nd Mrs. Floyd Ad-, Korean veterans return to civilian j cock, and Mrs. Grace Adcock, Mrs. 1 ife. Ruby Hurvul, all of Galesburg. 1 Favorite of Million* St.Joseph ASPIRIN SAVE MORE -100 TABLETS 490 Have Your \Heard That... Elected by Freshmen Pat Allison, 18, daughter of De tective and Mrs. William Allison 45 Blaine Ave., recently was elected vice president of the freshman class at Western Illinois State College at Maccmb. Miss Allison was a varsity cheerleader at Galesburg High School where she was graduated in June. they visited relatives in James. In all, the Johnsons drove 7,000 miles. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Spring of Cleveland, Ohio spent the weekend with • his mother, Mrs. D. E. Spring, 419 W. Tompkins St., to help observe her 91st birthday. Mrs. Ella Rhinehart and Mrs. Harriet Spencer, of Springfield,' have returned to their home, following a week's visit in Galesburg as guests in the home of Mrs. Adah Davis, .10 W. North St. Engineers lo Meet The Illinois Society of Professional Engineers will hold a dinner meeting at Club 19 Thursday at 7 p.m. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Birth Records Humming Bird annual sale of sheer proportioned Davenfits 20% OFF Just once a year can you buy personal fitting sheer Hummingbird hosiery at these sale prices. 15 individually proportioned lengths to fit your perfectly at the foot, ankle, calf, bend of the knee qnd length. Reg. $1.35, SALE $1.08 51 gauge, 15 denier, dark seam 51 gauge, 30 denier, self seam Hosiery Reg. $1.65, SALE $1.32 60 gauge, 12 denier, dark seam 60 gauge, 15 denier, dark seam 60 gauge, 15 denier, dark heel Main Floor Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy West Jr., Decatur, are the parents of a son born Tuesday, Oct. 13, at St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur. Mr. West is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. West Sr., Knoxville. 241 E. Main • » « « ft • • • • • » • • » e • • » • ft 9 « * ft Air Sftp fathion Is fht comfort of tht ft • ft • r- • ft « «> ft .. ... • ft • • I 7"*^^ * Wogic So/« • • • V ^*^~^ej^ft * » • • • * • « v /^—-^s. »• • • • « « * • • >w v • « » • » • • • \ \ « • • o • » » • • * » • very ounce t of fashion... with j all the comfort in the world Brand New For Fall '53 at Bowman's Here, the terrific calfskin pump by Air Step (who adds the soft, cushioned Magic Sole for a bonus of comfort). This is fit-perfection on a high heel, emerging on the fall scene as a ready partner for all your tweeds and woolens, jft tweeds and woolens. Hill Arcade Galesburg r GREATER Our Special Sales Offerings Are Famous for Exceptional Values! Unusually Low Prices! Only some of our Specials are listed here . ,... Many other bargains are NOT ADVERTISED! FUR-COLLARED GABARDINE STORM COATS 32" Length with Alpaca linings . . . worn belted or loose . . . Red, Green, Grey, Blue. Regular $25.00 Value _ $1787 Our Regular First Quality Perfect QUAKER NYLON HOSIERY 87c pair At the lowest price ever! Save 20% to 50% on new fall better DRESSES Taken from our regular new winter dresses. Specially priced at — $g87 MA $11 87 and n Our Lingerie Special! $087 Always a stampede sell-out . . . $087 New 100% Wool WINTER TOPPERS and COATS Group of Higher-Priced Coats at this low price! Not every size! Sizes 8 to 50! $ 29 87 Cardigan and Slipover SWEATERS S3.87 Special group of our regular sweaters regularly to $7.99 100% Wool Higher-Priced Another Group qf Our Fine Suits a. $ 28 87 Blouses °» $ 2 87 We Invite You to Use Your Charge Account at Fleck's

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