Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 15
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Navy Veteran, Dead 15 Minutes, In Fair Health BALDWIN PAItK, Call! WMThe Navy veteran who two years ago was brought back to life after being "temporarily,dead" for 15 mln ut.es is now in fair health, his mother says. He is Mclvin Eugene Hewitt, 29, who was revived by heart mas sage at El Monte Medical Center. Hewitt remained in a coma for a month thereafter, and doctors agreed that his brain was damaged by being deprived of oxy gen for the relatively long period of 15 minutes. His memory of recent events and his reasoning powers were affected. Now, however, he is able to read, to care for himself and to carry on coherent conversations, says the mother, Mrs. Sam L. Werrelt. Hewitt's physician, Dr." H. L. Falk, said chances for a full recovery "are good." "Investigations made at recent medical conventions show that Hewitt's temporary death was the longest in recorded medical history," Falk said. Maquon MAQUON—Mrs. Addle Lewallen spent the weekend at Ottumwa, Iowa, where she attended the 56th wedding celebration of Mr. aw' Mrs. William Johnson on Sunday Mrs, Johnson is a sister-in-law of Mrs. Lewallen. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sherman, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Boynton and Lincoln Prince of Galesburg were calling on friends in Maquon Saturday evening. THE FIRST STEPS IN PHOTOGRAPHY—John A. AUchJson is shown above explaining equipment being used in beginning photography to Randolph Gracner, German pupil, who is attending the local blgn school this year. Beginning photography is being taught in one of the classes of the Adult School program. Adults interested in one of the 30 classes being offered in the school may obtain further information by phoning 4775, the high school office. Committees Namei! fGifson School VIOLA - Mrs. Marvin Bolfman p at)or i_ u »u»A assisted by Mrs. John Strln* w «rel r "l' cr « lulled hostesses in the home of th* former oh Friday to the Viola unit of the Mercer County Horn* Bureau. During the business me*t- lng it was voted to i *end a is CARE package to Korea and alao to start the meetings at 1:30 p .fn. beginning with the November meeting. It was also voted to purchase a new scrap book. The following new appointive chairmen were announced; MM. Henry Bridges, program; 1 Mrs. John Elas, safety; Mrs. Lyle Anderson, health; Mrs. Ward Anderson, 4 -H; Mrs. Waller Mack, scrapbook; Mrs. Clarence Anderson, recreation and Mrs. James Taylor, publicity. The Constitution was revised to include sending flowers to members who are ill four days or more. The minor lesson, 'Gifts for the Kitchen," was given by Mrs. Lyle Anderson. Mrs. John Elas gave the safely lesson on "Highway Accidents." "Control of Weight by Diet" was the major lesson and given by Mrs. John Strine and Mrs. Wiley Guthrie. For recreation, 10 hymns were played and each were to write the name of the hymn. Mrs. Clarence Holdsworlh won first prize for naming all 10 correctly. I Twelve members and five guests answered roll call on each telling about their favorite hobby. The November meeting will be held The Daily Kegister-Mail, Galesburg, ill. Thursday. October 13, IVM in nephew who was killed automobile accident. James Wilmot, student at Normal University, spent the weekend an.the St. Mary's Hospital. While he is convalescing nicely, he will be Mr. andn Mrs.. Frank Hulet re- at his home in Maquon turned home Thursday evening from Detroit, Mich., where they were called by the death of his Donald • Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Waldo Ray, submitted lo a tonsillectomy Friday morning at GILSON — The first edition of School Scoop, published by the Gllson Grade School, has come from the press. The paper will be published every sixth week and will contain news of Interest to the school. Staff members include: editor, Carol Stevens; reporters, Sandra Hardhi and Carol Woolridge of the sixth and seventh grades; Richard Stevens, fifth grade. Human Interest features will he presented by Sue Woolsey and IIa Mae Nelson; social, Ellen Field, and cartoons, Eugene Carlson. The classes have met and have reorganized as follows: First and Second Grades: president, Bobby Anderson; vice president, Linda Davis; secretary-treasurer, Roy Johnson. There arc 20 in the first grade and seven in the second, in this classroom. Second and Third: president,' Wanda Owens; vice president, John Davis; treasurer, Max Wolfe, and secretary, Dean Steele. Sixth and Seventh: president, Linda Lindahl; vice, president, with Mrs. Lyle Anderson and Mrs. Henry Bridges will be assisting hostess. Maquon MAQUON—Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Melvln Conger and daughter, Nola, were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McCune in Galesburg. Mr, and Mrs. George Wolf of Woodward, Iowa, who spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Ray Loy, purchased the Tobin property on the corner of Third and Lane Streets, from Walter Tobin of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wolf plan to do some extensive repairing before they move. Mrs Wolf is the former Josephine Alkire of Maquon. Jeff Woolsey; secretary, Carol Waxenberg and treasurer, Shirley Nelson. A flag contest was held by the first and second grades and first prize went to Bobby Anderson who was judged the best flag maker During showing of a movie, there was an interesting exhibit made by the second and third 'grades, an Indian village. Art Classes are working on Halloween posters Mrs. Clara Mills, who has been music instructor in the schools here, has resigned so that she might join her husband in Texas. Mrs. Donald Prince has been natied her successor, Plati Hallowe'en Event at Gilsoti GILSON —- Mrs. Bondon Johnson and Mrs. Kenneth Eckman were appointed as a committee to plan refreshments for the Halloween party to be given In the Community Church basement Oct. 27. Appointment was made by Mrs. Earlc Snell, Sunday school superintendent. The affair is sponsored by the Sunday school. On the dee- orating committee are Shirley Nelson, Carol Woolridge, Carol Gard-. ner, Linda Brush and Donna Jefferson. The attendance at the Sunday school Sunday was 77 and two birthday offerings were received. Miss Virginia Rambo played a piano solo. Hold Committal Rite GILSON — Committal services for the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Hunter of Knoxville were held at 10:30 Tuesday morning at the Gilson Cemetery. The child was born Saturday at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital and died an hour and a half after birth. Surviving are the parents and two sisters. Pleasant ftldg* Community Club Names Officers A V 0 N—Raymond Hills mi elected president of the Pleasant Ridge Community Club at IM first meeting of the year held last Friday evening which,Included a potluck supper. Other officers named include Russell Mitchell, vlco president and Lloyd Eggers, sec- retary-treasuteft The new president named Ruby Mitchell as reporter and Loava Combs, Ollie Hills and Ella Mario Cramer as flower committee. Oct. 2d was designated as clean-up day. In charge of the November meeting will be the Atchison, Combs" and Eggers families. A card party will be held Oct. 23. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS Worry of '• FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't be embarrassed by loose false teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk or laugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. rhla pleasant powder glvei a remarkable sense Of added comfort and security by holding plates more firmly. No gummy, gooey, pasty tasU or feeling, ft's alkaline (non-acid). Get FAS- TEETH at any drug store. tertained at dinner Sunday Mrs, Vada Ward, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Banks of Galesburg and Mr. and Mrs. Max Smith, Maquon. Mr. and Mrs. John Swigart called on her aunt, Mrs. Cora Shinn, Sunday afternoon at her out of school for a week or more Mrs. Robert Spilman spent Sun-jhome' north of Hermon. day afternoon at the farm home! Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Ferris of of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hatch, and family near Avon, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Rambo en- Knoxville were Saturday afternoon callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George McKenna. on Co. GAUEJfJuOOS GREATEST STORE SINCE 1862 125-135 E. Main St. Open 9:30 lo 5:30 Except Friday 12:00 lo 9:00 TOY DEPT. DOWNSTAIRS BOY WHAT FUN FOR SOME LUCKY YOUNGSTERS I ALL SORTS OF TOYS TO MAKE CHRISTMAS MORNING MERRIMENT AND FUN FOR ALL YEAR TOOI BUY NOW FROM A COMPLETE STOCK AT THIS LOW PRICE AND LAY THEM AWAY TILL CHRISTMAS. REMODELING SALE Due to your wonderful reception we are now remodeling and enlarging. All prices greatly reduced for this big weekend sale - Friday, Saturday. Sunday till noon. BEDROOM SUITES Lovely walnut veneer, limed oak or maple. Huge Double Dresser Large Bevel Plated Mirror Roomy 4-Drawer Chest Bookcase Headboard Bed Center Drawer Guide* Dovetail Construction S99.50 up MAPLE BUNK BEDS DOUBLE BELL TELEPHONE Sturdy play telephone of all steel wrtfi bright nickel plated dials and balls. Red or blue. 6% x 4VI x414". TWO MOTOR CRUISING PLANE All blue metal with aluminum trim. 16" wing spread. W long. Rubber tire landing gear. A real treat for a little • boyl - Converts Into twin beds. Complete with guard rail, ladder, springs and innerspring mattresses. Special only ^wui 14 .ail/ lauuti p $75.50 POUNDING BOARD Let them pound away—no harm don* — a reversible stand with 8 pegs. Natural wood, 4 animals for decora* flon and eye coordination. Artroctiv*, mallet.. PULL CHIME Comes with horse or dog. 5" steel enameled wheels, red or blue. The horse or dog runs as baby pulls it along. 14" long, 7" high. • HOBBY HORSE For small-fry cowboys or girls, a horse with get up and go. 32" long. 5" steel enameled wheels, red or blue. POOSH-M-UP GAME Plays 4 games—Baseball, Puf-N-Toke, Bagatelle and lucky 7.10" x 18" x 14" Colorful circus design. HOT ROD CLOWN Pull clown back, release and watch him go in his colorful plastic car. Rubber wheels. 4" x 6" x 7", HOLSTER SET Oenuine Leather single holster set, wJhN holster, belt and single shot cap pistol. Jot little tough guys. PASTRY MIX SET Junior cook* bake fust Ilk* Mom with pans, rolling pin and measuring cup. Compl*t* with pie and coke ready mixes. LIVING ROOM SUITES Beautiful velour and nylon. 2 cushion divan and matching chair, Regular $209.00 suite. Only S149.50 OCCASIONAL AND END TABLES Mahogany, limed oak and Formica top. Amazing Pricel S9.95 up SAVE $60 ON SLEEPER DIVAN lawson styling. Deluxe frieze with gold weave. Full size innerspring mattress. g >lZ#\ Cft Reg. $249.50. 3 days only,— <^l07e«JV WEEKEND DINETTE SPECIAL (WHILE THEY LAST) Reg. $119.95 5-pc. dinette, 36x48" top extends AC to 60". Red, green and blue. Only ^p/jfeJreV Full Line of Gifts, Novelties, Congoleums, Wall Cabinets, Lamps and Occasional Chairs all at 40% Savings! DOLl-E-NURSETTE 14 pc set for little Mamas to feed their babies. Will keep little girls busy for bows. PLASTIC TEA SET Little homemaker's 14 piece tea ttm* set. In Green, Rose, Red or Blue. Box OVERNIGHT BAG Travel Tot case of sturdy simulated leather. Plastic hand!*. Decorated whfi Disney figures. Si** B" x 4". Red or, Green. Weekdays 8-6 PHday Night til 9 Sunday 9:30-13:30 OCTOBER IS ANNIVERSARY MONTH AT O.T.' - SHOP NOW AND SAVE MONEY Galesburg Sales Co. 739 South Henderson St. IASY TIIMSI FLINTY PRE! PARKINGI

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