Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 19
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 19

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 15, 1953
Page 19
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Begin ftclienrsnls i For Walaga Home Talent Show WATAGA — Rehearsals for the play to bo presented Oct. 28 and 29 at the Town Hall by the Kcn- nclh/ft. Slogall 1178 of the Amcrl- cnlf Legion Auxiliary have been sftrlcd with Mrs. Gordon Taylor In charge. "The Wilson Family," is the play written by Mrs. Taylor. Members of the Post and Unit are taking part with assists from a few others of the community. The executive committee of the American Legion Auxiliary met Monday evening at the Legion Homo as the ways and means committee. The Auxiliary recently held a successful bake sale in Galesburg. This was learned at the regular meeting of the Auxiliary on Tuesday evening presided over by President Arlenc Shafcr. After the preliminary ceremony there was an installation of officers: Johnette Smith as secretary, Helen Swanson, chaplain, and Evelyn Bocttcher, sergeant at arms. . Delegates to the department convention at Chicago and the district meeting at Abingdon were presented by Mrs. Leroy Maxwell, Mrs. Lester Peterson, Mrs. John Anderson and Mrs. Herbert Tucker. Mrs. Maxwell reported on the county meeting at Yates City. She, too, announced 16 memberships received to date. The budget which was adopted was the chief business. Several announcements were made pertaining to the county naecting tonight in Galesburg and the Legion Family night, Oct. 22 at the Legion Home. Following the close of business a drawing was held by Evelyn Bocttcher. Mrs. John Anderson won a small purse, an article of veterans' craft which is' sponsored by the Unit. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Melvin Bocox and Mrs. Leroy Maxwell with a jack-o-lantern arrangement for the table. THEY'LL DO tT EVERY TIME By Jimmy Hallo Belmont BELMONT—A group of women from Sealon and Belmont surprised Mrs. Levi Waters on Tuesday afternoon in honor of her birthday that day. There were 16 present. JMrs. Waters received several gifts and cards'. Mrs. Everett Fredrickson accompanied Mrs. Bob Edwards, Mrs. Andy Bertlesen and Miss Pauline Van Ealon of Sealon to Chicago Wednesday to attend the Grand Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Darrah were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stripe. A potluck dinner was held at the Everett Fredrickson home on Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCown and granddaughter, Jerri Whitaker, of San Antonio, Tex. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Hcaly, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Johnson of Elgin, Mrs./ Maybelle Herslow and Neil of Galefburg, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Ranney, Mr. and Mrs. James Ryncr and four sons, Mrs. Grace: nf n hv<;i<-ian Ranney, Mrs. Margaret Haney ofi° . P nyslcian - TylervilJc TYLER VILLE — The Sunday School service is to be held at 10 a.m. at the Tylcrville Church Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Sallee has been on the sick list and under the care With Smart Modern Glasses Smirt new-in-fashlon frames are most Maturing •nd we give careful regard »o your appearance at well ai correcting your vilion. DR. L. ERNSTEIN, Optometrist (Formerly Galesburg Optical Co.) 315 Peopl.s Bldg. — Over Walgreen'i — Pho. 6353-* or 3006-2 Hourt; 9 to 5:30 — Wednesday Till Noon Monmouth, Mr. and Mrs. James Ryner and Beth and Virginia of Alexis, Pete Fredrickson and family, Merlin Shike and family and Dwight Ricketts. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCown and Jerri Whitaker of San An- toni.o spent the weekend at the Merlin Shike home. "Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gaston of Chicago, Miss Gunda Landerholn, Gladstone, and Mrs. Emil Johnson were guests recently at the home of Mrs. Robert Hale. Jerry Shike had the misfortune to cut his hand on a corn stalk Saturday. Seven stitches were required to close the wound. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Ranney were supper guests Tuesday of Mr.' and Mrs. Loren Dilbach of Alexis. Mrs. Axel Larson and Mrs. Frank Johnson have returned to their homes in Monmouth after a few days' visit in the Emil Johnson home. Mrs. Margaret Haney and Mrs. Grace Ranney spent the first of the week with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson. I Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shike and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shike in Keithsburg. I The Maple Grove Grade School Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reed left Monday for their home in Fulton, Mo., after spending several days at the home of Mrs. Reed's brother,- Clarence Adcock, and family. A number of friends enjoyed a wiener roast at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bloomgren recently. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Glass entertained their Sunday School Class members and their families at a wiener roast in their timber Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Malcolm are living in their trailer home on Olive Street in Galesburg,' and Mrs. Malcolm has returned to her work at the First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown and daughter, Jo Etta, of Galesburg visited over the weekend at the home of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ingersoll. and Belmont pupils played ball at Belmont last Wednesday afternoon. There was no school Friday because of teachers' institute at Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. George Whitehall and family of Monmouth spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meehan. 1)1 SOTO PLYMOUTH 1)1 VlflK H ERE'S great news for local DeSoto-Plymouth owners!. Ready to serve you is this new, modern dealership where the finest new cars and the most efficient, up- to-date service facilities are featured. You are cordially invited to stop in soon and get acquainted. WEAVER MOTORS 260 South Seminary Street SUCCESSOR TO CARD MOTOR SALES Galesburg, Illinois Phone 4985 Be sure you drive tfiese two great caVa of exceptional beauty and quality . . . DeSoto and Plymouth! They set new standards for styling, performance and comfort Both have been engineered to give you an amazingly smooth ride. DE SOTO offers you two great cars. The sensational Fire Dome V -8 and popular Poweruxaster Six. Both are terrific performers! See them! Drive theui! PLYMOUTH is the first truly balanced car in the low-priced field. Outstanding for performance and stamina on the road. Be sure to see it! YOU'll IINP IHI MIN WHO KNOW YOUt CAR HIT AT THI HON OP IITTH MtVlCI SEARS The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Thursday, October 15, 195$ 10 V GALESBURG ROEBUCK AND CO 9 87 DAYS BOYVILLE Flannel Lined Jeans JEANS JACKET 2 87 2 87 Sanforized 8-oz. denim with plaid flannel lining. Maximum shrinkage 1%. Reinforced at points of strain. Detachable button suspenders. Navy. Sizes 10-16. Nylon Briefs Runproofl Durable! White! pr. 87< Thil Sale Only.. All sewn with nylon thread—nylon elastic waistband. Picot elastic at legs. Sizes small, medium, large. 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