Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1953
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7 Wednesday, October 14, 1953 _ - — • t . -; . • + - - — • • • . Cox, Lorf aifle Martin and. Batbara Best. North Henderson NORTH HENDERSON Sgt. I 1 J J Afltftag atfvtea 6f the Faye ttefcd Society Was held tfhutaJay At the United Presbyterian Chufch With a 1 o'clock hiftchfecm* Twenty • seven guests were seated at tables which were afratig ^d iii a U shape. H)6 centerpiece was fall flowers. Mrs. Glenn Guilinger, president, ave the welcome. The group Sdng 44 lt Is Good to Sing His praises," High school girls sang two numbers. Singing were Lucille Gavin, Joyce Hughes, Dons nu mwouM (You may hiw ftem tnd m km it) Fidgeting, noae-picking and a tor* meriting rectal itch are often telltale fli&ns of Pin-Worms... ugly parasites that medical experts say infest owe out of every three persons examined. Entire famiffar may be victims and not know it. To irct rid of Pin-Worms. these eats must not only be killed, but filled In the large intestine where they live and multiply. That's exactly what Jayne'aP-W tablets do *., and here's how they do it; First—a. scientific coating carries the tablets into the bowels before they dissolve. Then — Jajne's modern, medically-approved ingredient goes right to work— kiUs Pin-Worms quickly and easily. Uon*t t&ke chances with thl# dangerous, highly contagious condition. At tho first itign of Pin- Worms, ask your druggist for genuine Jayne'sP-W Vermifuge. the small, eaay-to-take tablets perfected by famous Dr. D. Jaync & Son, specialists in worm remedies for over 100 years. fotlhll-llfiMUM the grdup voted life memberships to Mrs. Glen Mason and Mrs, Arthur Flynn. The presentation was made by Mrs. Richard Strat* ton and Mrs. Cecil Waugh, respectively. , • Mrs. Neal McClanahan of Sugar Tree Grove, who had spent 42 years in missionary work in Egypt, gave the message. The service closed with a prayer by IMrs. Dean Keithley. The Woman's Missionary Society met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Warren Brownlee. Mrs. Lyle Barr was program leader, The lesson was on "The Indian." Mrs. M. S. Jewell and Mrs. David Stratlon g#ve the lesson topics. A social time was held. The Junior Youth Fellowship was held at the Methodist Church recently. The older group elected officers as follows: president, Ray Goff; vice president, Donna Tippett; secretary, Billy Harrington, and reporter, Mary Beth Hughes. The October meeting of the.; Community Club will be held Fri-' day with a hot lunch instead of meat balls and spaghetti as originally announced. The lunch committee includes Mrs. Lawrence Martin, chairman, Mrs. William Olson, Mrs. Don Wilson and Mrs. William Smith; program committee, £Jr. and Mrs. Cecil Wangh and Mrs. Betty Hamilton; recreation, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thorpe and Mr. and Mrs, Richard 1 Nicol. ; It is believed that chow dogs' were first developed for their meat and fur. ! i William Bilrford, who has spent | the past year in Germany, and spent a few days at Ft, Knox, Ky„ joined his wife and little son, Robbie, at her parents home # here, Friday. They are visiting his par­ ents near Monmouth this wee*. Mrs. Harold Tornquist brought her mother, Mrs. Sara Schwartz from St. Martha's Home at Knoxville for a Sunday afternoon drive and called on friends here. READ THE WANT ADS Moon Shines Bright On Mountain Stills CHARLESTON, W. Va. <fl-West Virginia's Liquor Commission, looking for the reason for a drop in whiskey sales found it on the hills and under the hills. The boys operating moonshine { MH1« In th# mountain ghrtn had been over-active, while coal production from under the same mountains had slumped for lack of demand. "No coal, no paychecks, no whiskey," the commission summed up, adding that moon­ shiners find the situation to their Tell Program for Victoria Club Women VICTORIA—The Victoria Woman's Club will meet Friday at 2 p.m. in the church dihlng room. . liking because they sell cheaper! at lower prices than legal stores. ' IMrs. Ed Pettit of Gateshuff WW 'give a chalk talk. A ptp«f «* Public Health and Public Welfare will be by Mrs. Ha«el Glbbs. Piano selections will bo played by Miss Louise Graves of wll- iamsfield. All members are being urged to come and enjoy this tit- ernoon's program. READ THE WANT ADS GREATER SSI V a*\*: * • + * v \ \\ v* \\\ \\\\\ \ T *\* *\4 Mm _ 4 -r ^ *• • * - • ** A S4 AW *»*»* i * * • l' P * it* a. * • _i • •.* J. .4 A" 4 WAV it ^ • • 1 * 225 EAST MAIN ST. I 1 r GREATER ,( THURS. SATURDAY A .$1 F ft -1 t •4 SAVE 2.08 ON EVERY SHIRT r Uy4.9S jt # 87 AJJ ffltn'* «#«» MEN'S BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS Usaa Special purchase from famous maker was made possible by large scale, off season buying. Solid color washable rayon gabardine—proved by laboratory tests to be superior in fabric to Shirts selling for 4.95. Special purchase ]J # 8 7 SaV * ° V * r W Similar in quality to Wards regular 3.95 cotton broadcloth Pajamas. Full cut for sleeping comfort. Gripper fasteners on waistbands with elastic inserts for non-binding fit. Interlined collars. Sizes A -B-C-D. PLAID-LINED BLUE JEANS 2.87 More popular than ever with the young crowd, these denims lined h peppy plaid cotton flannel are extra warm, too* Sanforized 8-ox. weight with all main seams and ttrafa points reinforced. Completely plaid-lined In soft cotton flannel with tum-up at cuffs. Girls' sizes for 7 to 14. Kb .EL; 54' 171.-- ^ L -P H ' L L Ml L * ''il ri p 552 ft- 1 •i .in Hi' f&2 - i - + * r- 1 \ riH- + ' 1L - s mm ,1." h ^tt! 1"" - r '.1- :+i^ ,4- _*1 f J • 'St ' ril * * * rii H * *r. r P ^ H OA'. :>r: to jxrve REG. 1.59 QUALITY SUITING Wrinkle-reilstant 87c yd Jxfra low-priced Specially purchased. Interesting fall Suitings from famous mills. Lightweight rayon-and-acetate blends that tailor well, wear well, look well. Perfect for suits, dresses, or jumpers. 42 to 50 -mch width; SAVE ON SPORT FAVORITES L * Regular 4.98 3.87 SlM0$4-9 gtrU—iav< 'round construction white; Loungtr in brown, REG. 7.95 PILLOWS REDUCED 5.87 FOAM 19x27x6 Yi in. thick never needs plumping. Zip off cotton cover for. easy Goose wonderfully soft. Beautiful floral sateen ticking. Never before liave you seen lower prices on more beautiful Little Furs) Come in today to select your scarf, stole, cape or jacket at a price you never dreamed you'd find. Kolinskys, Squirrel, Mink, Stone Martin from Squirrel Locke, Squirrel, Mink and Marmink from V- 1 f.' and Jackets S128.87 Squirrel, Muskrat, Squirrel Locke, Marmink, Hair Seal from 18th CASH CHARGE BUDGET LAYAWAY Fur products labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. 26.95 OCCASIONAL TABLES 21.87 Century style tables. 5-ply mahogany veneer hand-rubbed to a high luster. Big drawer in table. Cocktail, step, drum, commode styles. 26.95 End and lamp Tables, Each 21.87 X. - ri^ - - 1 - ^ $3 N. Seminary REGULAR 7.75 CLOSET SEAT 6.87 Durable, solid plastic In peorl effect. Fits ony standard closet. Choose from colors; white, blue, black, green, or beige* I J 'Vv *- ^ - r r 4 - + 4 H ^ H - I h _ r .- H I • J t- F ft-" 17-IN. TABLE TV—REG. 17S.93 Sale price 159.87 —i. r Price Includei Federal tax and full-year warranty on all part* and picture tube. 17-in. block pictur- tube—no r Convertible ATHLETIC SOCKS 48C or 87C 2 pr SPECIAL PURCHASE HEATER w 2 burner* 19*87 UL approved Fast-acting portable kerosen* Haater ot sola pric«« 2 instant-lighting wickless burners and convenient hinged top* Streamlined cabinet Is finished in rich brown enamel. Burns low cost kerosene* 4? .JTP REGULAR 49c GIRLS' PANTY 87c 4<g m Ml * f-lBK 4<-H Cotton and woo} with nylon reinforced hetl ond toe. For ail-around sports wear. Shrink re* Miant Sports Dept. J . 1 - ^. i.-^ / i# J rii Full cut for smooth flf # winter-long comfort. Rib-knit cotton with eia*> tic woW, double fabrk crotch. Sizes from ^ 2-^

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