Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1953
Page 19
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Qalesbur Wednesday, October 14, 1953 1 V ^-'^'tii '• "r « j 1 5 - i H ROSEVtLLE—The Itoseville Girl Scout Stoop 1«'making a drive for funds during the month of October and organizations of the town have been asked to make contributions to this fund. In November the Scouts will sell calendars and th^ funds collected .will be set aside for a summer swimming program In which all the girls can participate. The Girl Scouts are being sponsored again this year by the Lawson Babbitt Post Legion Aux iliary. Plans are being made by the girls to observe Girl Scout week Oct. 25 to 31. Mf s. E. Lynn Hill is • chairman of the troop committee. Leaders of the Girl Scouts here are Mrs. Ed Nash, Mrs. Loren Hollenberg and Mrs. Norman Watson. The Troop committee consists of Mrs. William Jahn, Mrs. Norman Pin ney, Mrs. John Felt, Mrs. L. R Schmidt, Mrs. Eugene Tinker and Mrs. Max Adkisson. The Brownie- leaders are Mrs. R, E. Icenoglc and Mrs. Jack Efaw and the committee is composed of Mrs. Nancy Humphrey, Mrs. James Liuzzo an" Mrs, Glenn Bruch. Girls in second grade through the fourth are eligible to join the Brownie Scouts Those enrolled this year • are Susan and Karen Efaw, Trudie Wilson, Patty Bellinger, Ca rol Helton, Ellen Totten, Joyce Vice, Beverly Coursey, Barbara Liuzzo, Pamela Humphrey arid Judy Mil ler. The meetings are being held Mrs* McMitster Is Back From Tour ALTONA — Mrs. Leola McMaster has returned home from 4 30-day tour to California the Hawaiian Islands. Her party sailed from San Francisco on the S. S. Lurline, a luxury liner, and landed at Honolulu and registered at the Moaua Hotel on Waikfkf Beach for 12 days. They visited the National Cemetery where U.S. heroes are buried, toured at the $4,000,000 Dole pineapple cannery which employs 10,000 people and visited the tuna fish cannery, Aleflo Sand and Surf factory to see the 1 ........ ALEDO—Mr. and Mrs. Howard blocking of material for Hawaiian ^ attending a few days bus tour of Pearl Harbor. The party made a trip to Trigler General Hospital, a $90,000,000 government project, where many Mrs. A. B. Bengtson of Aiedo and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Beng- * —_ . of Hawaii National Park and saw war"casualties'are taken for treat-!the spectacular lava foundations. ment iThey saw sugar and coffee plan- The party proceeded by airplane tations and ^%« c "» ^ c ^%? from Honolulu to Hllo for three on way to mils. Sugar cane mills days and visited two nights at were submit Korea Inn. The tour included thejand a small amount of sugar was two active companion volcanoes being processed. strom of Bock Island spent the weekend in Chicago where they visited the,ftev. A. B. Bengston, who is a patient at Hines Veterans Hospital. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Janes of Ownesboro, Ky., were recent callers in Aledo visiting friends. Mr, Janes is a former resident of Aledo. Mrs. Everett Glffin' entertained the While a While Bridge Club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Charles Wiggins of Aledo and Miss Ella Marie Wiggins of Hamlet and Mrs. L. L. Lovejoy and son bt MolSne spent Sunday visiting relatives in Marengo and Mrs. Wiggins* brother, fid Livingston and family at Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. George Kehno and two children of Taylor Ridge were callers in Aledo Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Reid and children of Galcsburg were guests Saturday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rasmusscn. Mrs. Louis Gustafson entertained the Canasta Club in her home Friday afternoon. Dessert was served and canasta was played at two tables. fwt 0«#trAfl *tii* Mint** tto matter how mMi? MM*)*** torn hn«t tried for Itehlnfc piorlMtt. Itif«*« ttoni, ftthleU'i foot or whatever yottfr tkfH tronbl* wmf ba—anything from hend t* foot WOHDfttt SAT/VB fth<! WOTJH* Nedle«t*i 8o»p thn help you, DmlopH for ihf> httfu tit IM Army— now for yon folM «t hortu WOt*t>Etl SAI/V13 Is while. irrwiMlrt* •ntlflepUc No nftly ippewince, Snfa tot «MMT«II . Ort WOWER 8ALVB WONDER MEDICATED flOAP~n<*nIti #JT ir ,ort «y tftfatvdftd, Truljr wofi^ftrfal fktturttlon*. Try Ot#nt. /fir or Tub* Sold In Galesburg by Walgreen, Ford* Hopkins and Osco Drug fltore«; or your n om e to wn_ drug gist. ^ READ THE WANT ADS WAIST 24"- 22" Greatest "ENGINEERED- FOR- COM FOR T' Achievement Since The Advent of Automatic Gas Heat! of Jh» Republic GAS CONVERSION BURNER Nolo; Send pattern orden d!r*ci to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted mt Galeiburg newspaper office.) SEW-EASY skirt flatters your figure—teams up with ^everything! It's a smart 8-gore classic with just the right amount of flare to look completely new—to mold your hips to a slim sleek line, Perfect for f\ casual rayon, wool, or an element velveteen. Pattern 4730: Misses* Waist Sizes 24/ 25, 26, 28, 30, 32 inches. Size 28 takes, 2V 0 yards 3iMnch. * | This pattern easy to use, simple to; sew, is tested for fit. Has complete' illustrated instructions, 1 Send Thlrty-iiv* cents in coins forj this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Daily Register- Mail Pattern Dept., P. O. Box 6710. Chicago 80. Print your NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE,, STYLE NUMBER. in the home of the leader, Mrs. IcenogJe. Girls from the fifth through the eighth grade are eligible to be members of the Girl Scout Troop- In this group are Linda Kidder, Joan Johnson, Kay Helton, Susan Felt, Jean Helton, Marcia and Donna Schmidt, Kay Kidder, Mar cia Cunningham, Ann Hill, Joan and Mary Lynn Sovereign, Sandra and Carol Adams, Janet Hines, Janet Eldridge, Nancy Becraft, Mary Jahn, Diane Hollenberg, Ruth Ann Samuelson, and Carol Huston. Meetings are held 1 each Tuesday at the Legion home. COMPANY 76 N. Seminary There are about 697,000 miles of Ph. 3084-8 federal highways in the United States. ' GREATER " THURS. SATUR PAY HUNTING BOOTS Men 10 Inch Boot, eqularlv $16.9 PARADISE A few high styled Dress Patterns. leqularly io $14.95 GROWING GIRLS SPORTS Slipons - Oxfords And Sport Straps. Regularly $7.95! CHILDREN'S SHOES Our Nationally Advertised Brands* One large group. Regularly to $6.95! HOSIERY and 60 Guage Beautiful Sheer Hosiery, Regularly to $1,351 MEN'S SOCKS Several Sport Socks in Leading Colors. Values to 85c! "7 HILL ARCADE i t HATS Our Millinery section offers one group of new C* 07 hats formerly priced to $8.98 Sal. Price •fc.V • One group of lovely hats formerly priced up -to $15.00, now priced at _ - $4.87 GREATER THURS FRI SAT U R PAY Ankle Socks for Men Men's Ankle Socks of combed cotton and rayon with nylon reinforced heel and toe. Argyle and diagonal patterns 2 pr- 87 MEN'S BILLFOLDS Discontinued numbers in Prince Gardner Billfolds in rough and smooth leather Calf or Goatskin. Values to $5.00. Your Choice your selection of Buffalo, $2.87 plus Tax CUFF LINK SETS These tie klip and cuff link sets are by Swank. liy Attractively boxed. Price complete set •••Uf FIGURED ORGANDY Peter Pan figured organdy — ideaj for apron tains. Several patterns and colors. 45" wide. Per yard — RAYON GABARDINE Good quality spun rayon gabardine, 10 colors. 39" wide. Per yard —— -1 BURMEL HANDKERCHIEFS Large size lovely sheer print handkerchiefs_with_scal- lbped edges. Floral and ' and stripe pattern. Special at SAMPLE BILLFOLDS A special group of slightly marred women's billfolds from a famous manufacturer — Sales- *4 Plus Man's samples. Values up to 3.95. —Ea. v l«WI Tax NYLON BAGS One feature grc^up of ladies nylon drawstring JO 0*1 bass in all fall colors ..Each WRISLEY'S TOILET SOAP 3 ^ R7 Fine Lanolin Toilet Soap—5 bars to box. Regular price per box 75c now Boxes For Boxes and BATH-O-FOAM Bath-o-Foam with the fragrance of flowers TABLECLOTHS These are the famous California hand print spun rayon and cotton tablecloths — many patte These slightly irregular cloths sell for only SOCK KITS Howdy Doody and Clarabell slipper sock kits for the youngster. This includes fleecy lined soles and yarn to complete one pair of socks. Special per kit MEN'S SOCK KITS Sock kits of nylon, tattersall checks, wool argyle or wool plaid patterns up to size 12. Regular price $2.25. Special at — BOY'S ANKLETS Fancy stripes made by Hub. Mercerized yarn with nylon reinforced heel and toe and lastex Q Pair For Pair For top. Guaranted for 3 MONTHS RAYON BRIEFS Ladies rayon briefs by "Nature Girl." First quality. 5 colors. Sizes 5 to 8 SALAD BOWLS These are nicely finished individual wooden salad bowls. You should have several A i M Q "7fi in your home £ lOl OI^ COMFORTER BAGS Jumbo plastic comforter bags in assorted color trims. Regular $1.95 value. Special price -.Each SHOE CABINETS 4 -drawer plastic Shoe Cabinet — quilted — Assorted colors. Regular price $6.98. Special price Each HAMPERS Sturdy inner-frame with four corner posts. Cover will not warp or split—pearl pyralin top. M ft"! Assorted colors. _~ Each plain tiv $5.87 $4.87 NYLON SLIPS Only a few of these lovely nylon knit slips lace trim. Regular $6.95 and $7.95 values Now PANTY GIRDLES One special group of panty girdles and step-in girdles. New styles BRAS One special group of famous name bras that are new and of splendid quality. tf< 11^ Many sizes Each 'l»OI RAYON BRIEFS Just a few in this group of splendid quality rayon firiefs. Also, some nylon briefs. You will want — several of at this low price of ...per par FLANNEL SKIRTS These are brand new all wool flannel skrts in the American and British walker types as well as the sensational "trouser-slim* 1 skirt. Come in and see CO. O^ these skirts in our sportswear section. Each '0 «OI SHIRTEX SLACKS Here is a group of brand new Shiretex Slacks in woolens, rayons and orlon combinations. The most perfect fitting' slacks in America -~ — Ea# GINGHAM DRESSES One lot of checked gingham in all sizes aresses $1.87 COATS * F Here is a new group of winter coats in the newest fabrics. Many styles for the woman who is 5'4" or under in height. Outstanding values. Your Choice NEW DRESSES Here are dozens of the newer type dresses purchased and shipped in especially for "87" Days. $9.87 Group No. 1 selling for Each FALL DRESSES Rayons, knits, taffetas, orlon and wool combinations and many other fabrics have been received for "87" Days. All of the newest and latest styles in misses and women's sizes. St^ ft7 Group No. 2 priced at v 1 I DRAPERY FABRICS One special group of attrarctive Chintz and Glosheen. Many patterns and colors to choose from. Regular priced at $1.59 per yard. Days price just per yd. TABLECLOTH SETS Rayon and cotton mask tablecloth sets with ^1 i Size napkins match. * • 4 cloth 60"x90." h w k * + * F Many beautiful colors. Per Set $4.87 F # _# • - V p V i GLOVES Imported pigikm glove* — novelty style with contrasting hand- stifching top and back. This group of glove's has slight imperfections. Our special price per pair'. • • h - f J f ^ • M F • • • L -i'i.-t. h ' r Pit •7. tiff* • _ i h DINNERWARE ware. Her« Is 9 broken Uns of Homer Laughlin China Company dinner- This group consists of cups, saucers, soups, fruits, platters, vegetable dishes and creamer and sugars. These can be made into • complete set. They are being offered at such low prices as; Cups for 87c Fruits for „—87c * • T \ 7- mm • d'h h • h mi mm mm p is* •a -y. » as irt'-'-ww.-. P I 1 • f _ J ••A .N h + F- Cannon Percale SHEETS * P 1 ^ r' 4 • v/- • - "'An CASES seconds Famous silky smooth Cannon Combspun Percale Sheets and Cases with slight mill imperfections. Will give you long service. Double bed sizes only. C4 0*J Size 81"xl08" sheets —each *LmQI Matching pillow cases at proportionally low prices. 835 - F^ • * • Bf 1 F •- + Cannon Muslin SHEETS w • P-l V 1 I- 1 CASES These first quality durable and sturdy muslin sheets by Cannon are made of selected American cotton and over 130 strong threads to each square inch. 72"xl08" Sheets- each SI.87 Pillow Cases 2 for 87c + Also double bed size sheets—81"xl08" at proportionally low price. CONTOUR SHEETS First quality Pacific contour sheets in type 128 muslin. Can't wrinkle — tucking. Twin Bed Matching ] can't pull out never needs re$i Double bed size also available at a proportionally low price. * >- r -. - - - - V

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