Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 15, 1953
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Dorothy Terry of Dallas City Bride of Airman DALLAS CITY - Miss Dorothy M. tferry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter terry of Dallas City, and Dortald R. Thompson, son of Mrs. Nathan Jackson of Pekln, were married Oct. 2 in the Baptist parsonage at Carthage. The double- ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. C. Burk. The bride was attired In a winter white suit with navy blue accessories and a , corsage of red roses. Her attendant, Miss Joan Zern of Dallas City, wore a pink suit with navy blue accessories and a corsage of white carnations The bridegroom was attended by Lyle Terry, Dallas City, broth er of the briue. The bride, u graduate of the Dallas City. Community High School with the class of 1952, is employed by the W. A. Sheaffer Pen Co., Fort Madison. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Pckin Community High School with the class of 1952, is serving an enlistment in the Air Force. Following completion of his present furlough he is to report at New Jersey for overseas assignment, Alpha Home Bureau Sels Committees ALPHA—The Oxford Home Bu reau met Friday with Mrs. Thco- ti uc i lcs (lore Johnston with 11 members - * " . and two guests, Mrs. Robert Mcnt- Com mil tees for zer and Mrs. Theodore Stephen appointed: recreation son. The major lesson on "Look Bohman; music, Your Best Every Day" was given Curdy; project by Mrs. Charles Petersen and Wayne Ncwlin; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson at Home" was by Mrs. the WayneReinhart; 4-H, Mrs. Jones; reporter, Mrs. year were Hcrnstrom. Margaret| The next meeting, Nov. Mrs. Nylc Mc- district meeting at (he chairman, Mrs/ Church al 2 p m Xhis »# n «,-,--, -— „ ,v „ u ways u nd i,u mc . a . ns ' : dude Osco and western Mrs. Curtis Walsten. The minor,Mrs. R. G. Bohman; health, Mrs. Township lesson on "Care of Sick Patients Petersen; safety, Mrs. Winifred ' _ William Stanley 2, is a Baptist will in- Oxford 20 Years Ago Sunday, Oct. 15, 'MS A record crowd tot « Galeaburg baseball game saw Evar "Swan- hie" Swanson of the Chicago White Sox take left-ffeld for the 'Eagles; in a 2-2 tie with the Moose nine with play called in the 11th inning; because of darkness. ' Miss Anna Hoover and Miss Ruth Erlandson, both of Gales-, burg, left for Chicago to attend; the national convention of the American Library Association, The Chicago Bears, 1932 professional football champions, downed the Chicago Cardinals,' 12-9, to tighten a grip on the lead in the National League. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesbarg, 111. Thursday, October IS, JfflB j SELECT YOUR WATCH GIFT FOR CHRISTMAS NOV USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN! Elgin - Hamilton - Gruen - Nord Special S19.75 to S150.00 each BERL NORD Jeweler 314 East Main St. - Located Elsa Marie Shop Official C. B. ft Q. Watch Inspector The Alpha Lions Club met Monday evening with 32 atlending. Robert Clarke, vice president, presided when plans were made for a public oyster supper Nov. 21. iiaiph Beechier, superintendent of fhc Public Service Co. at Alpha, showed pictures of the progress electric power has made over the past 75 years. ! Those who served the dinner were Mrs. Isabel Johnson, Mrs., Dorothy Nelson, Mrs. Mabel Hiller and Mrs. Mildred Thayer. ; Dale Nelson won the attendance; prize. J Mr. and Mrs. Roland Frcnell: have returned from a visit with their son, Warren, and family at Grand Rapids, Mich. They also .called on Mrs. H. M. EdlemanJ formerly of Alpha, who resides 'i there with her son, John, and fam-j Gilson GILSON—Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilcoxcn and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Davis and family of Farmington were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wilcoxen and Connie. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olin of Galesburg came to Gilson Sunday to accompany Mrs. Olin's father, H. W. Barlow, to Bloominglon to spend the day with Bcrwyn Barlow and family. Mrs. Dorothy Dane, who had been visiting with relatives and friends in Gilson and vicinity the past two weeks, has returned to her home at Santa Barbara, Calif. Mrs. Chauncey Fesler of Wyoming visited Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Parkins. Mrs. Fesler had attended the Western Illinois Teachers contention at Galesburg. Miss Martha Brush has been visiting with relatives and friends in Galva. Defer Gilson Meet 'GILSON — The meeting of the Keep Koming Klass of the Gilson Sunday School, originally scheduled to meet today at the home of Mrs. Thomas Putnam, has been postponed. Dau; of meeting will be announced. urday, between Michigan Stale College and Texas Christian. Easy to give dosage doctor prescribes with this specialized tablet Si.JOfipV ASPIRIN FOR CHILPWM, [ily. They attended the football game at East Lansing, Mich., Sat-i World's Largest Selling Aspirin For Children • ntw, Mf« not* drop for children. Contains nto-synaphrin*. 59c, 89c sins. IT. mm ion SHOPS ton. BMILORII New Management Sale.. We are very proud of our new owner-manager, Mr. Al Halpern, and offer these outstanding values to all our friends in and around Galesburg as a "getting acquainted" gesture. Come in and meet our new boss, see the wonderful bargains he has created for this event. New Fall DRESSES 16 $ 23 $ 33 New Fall COATS Regular Regular $17.95 to $22.95 $25.00 to $35.00 Regular $39.95 to $59.95 $49 Reg. $55 to $69.95 These unusual values must be seen to be appreciated. Untrimmed srjprt and full-length coats in nubby textured fabrics, smooth broadcloth and cashmere blends. Sizes 8 20 and 7 to 15. Here is an outstanding group of brand-new fall dresses just in time for the new season at tremendous savings. Included are smartly styled crepes, toasty warm wools and wool jerseys, as well as menswear flannels and failles. All the new shades in one-piece and two-piece styles. Sizes 10 to 20 and 14 '/2 to. 24 '/2. A fine selection of our better untrimmed and lavishly fur- trimmed coats. You will find exclusive brand names which we are not permitted to list. Sizes 8 to 20 and 7 to 15. 79 New Fall SUITS... $65 to $150 Reg. $85 to $98.50 Your unrestricted selection of every designer suit in our stock. Top makers in the season's latest styling are here for you to choose. Boxy ensembles, dressy fitted suits and a few three- piece suits in the finest fabrics compromise this outstanding group. Sizes 10 to 20 and 7 to 15. , Formals and Wedding Dresses A small but selective group of formals in ballerina <fl / <f / and full-length styles, as well as a few wedding \Q /*% Off dresses, all drastically reduced for this event. Broken ' i Jm colors and sizes, but every one a real baragain. Reg. $17.95 to $55 CHARGE IT OR USE OUR SMALL DEPOSIT LAY-AWAY PLAN 7 -"'• . ••,.,,„—•—,• I,, .,,—,.„ • ... . I „. l ii.^« l i>i.>wi. l .,ii.i>ww Stock Reduction On Save * 33 '/3> All Wool Broadloom Carpets In order to make room for new merchandise now being shipped from the mills, it is imperitive that we reduce our stock substantially. Roll upon roll of top grade all wool broadloom from nationally known mills is now being offered at tremendous savings to you. Your choice of 9, 12 and 15 ft. widths in a wide assortment of weaves and textures. Check your floor covering needs NOW and take advantage of the tremendeous savings during this stock reduction sgle. Needlepoint All Wool Wilton Here is a remarkable value in a beautifully styled Needlepoint Wilton. Its round wire construction eliminates footprints and sheds soiling. Available in beautiful shades of rose beige or spicetone. Regular Price $12.95 «Q AC IS Ft. Wide SALE PRICE ¥ 9«9w Extra Heavy Embossed If your color scheme calls for rose colored carpei or rugs. Here is an opportunity for worthwhile savings. Extra heavy embossed two-tone rose 12 ft. wide. Use for wall to wall or cut for room size rugs. Reg. Price $11.75! SALE PRICE *7.95 Embossed Needlepoint Wilton Save four dollars per yard on this nationally advertised Wilton Broadloom. Style and quality made from selected imported all wool yarns to give you years of trouble free service and a glamorous background for fine furnishings. 12 ft. wide. Reg, Price $14.95! «A AC SQ, SALE PRICE ™.W YD. Carved Broadloom A beautifully Carved Broadloom in soft paste] rose. Extra heavy pile to give you that luxurious feel under foot. Plus years of satisfactory service and at a price that means real savings to you* Reg, Price $12.75! $jj SO. SALE PRICE 'YD. PLUNKETT&BRESLIN 44 N. Seminary St. * h <»» ***** HOME OF STYMJ AND QUALITY FLOOR COVBHIMM

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