Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 16, 1953
Page 12
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IS The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Friday, October 16, 1953 Motel Get Acquainted Party At Rio PTA; Woman's Chth Meets , RIO~-The Rio ROVA Pareflt- Teachef Association observed Family Night and a get-acquainted meeting held at the school building on Tuesday evening, which opened with a potluck supper preceding the meeting, with Mr. and Mrs. George Bland and Mr. and Mrs. James Miilen in charge. Mrs. James Horine, vice president, was in charge of the business meeting. Mrs. William Hart, a new teacher this year in the Rio School, was introduced. The district P.T.A. meeting in Kewanee Tuesday was announced and if there is anyone who plans GALESBURG LAUNDROMAT Main and Grand Phon» 4841 LAUNDERETTE Simmom and West 8U. Phone 4534 SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY Open Monday and Tuesday 7 A. M. • 8 P. M. Wednesday thru Saturday 7 A. M. • 5 P. M. id gd fie is asked td mtity the ipfesident, Claire Pottorf, as the local P.T.A. wants t6 send a delegate. Mrs. James Millen reported the ROVA P.T.A. was having bake sales in each town on Oct. 24 and the group decided that each give money to Mrs. Millen for. this jproject instead of having the bake sale. Mrs. James Tulin led in group singing which was followed by games for both parents and children. Miss Vivian M. Yeggy of Davenport, district home economist for the International Harvester Co., gave a talk at Rio Woman's Club Tuesday when the members of the Rio Junior Woman's Club were guests. Other guests were Mrs. [Horney and Mrs. Lowery from Woodhull. Articles of food were given away at the close of the meeting. Members of the club who received them are Mrs. Freda Leafgreen, Mrs. L. C. Cain, Mrs. Wayne Allison, Mrs. Clarence Koons, Mrs. J. A. Pitman and Mrs. Ava Speer. Mrs. Floyd Meeker, chairman of the program committee, introduced the speaker and announced the November meeting with Mrs. Harold Hubbard of Monmouth, talking on "Stained Glass Windows." Mrs. Walter Landon, president, presided. Roll call was answered with "Household Hints." The club decided to buy boxes to send to the boys at Christmas time, and the members arc to contribute to this fund at the next; .meeting. Mrs. Fred Carlson, pub-; llic welfare chairman, reported 23 dozen cookies had been taken to the Blood Center Sept. 23. She! SIDE GLANCES By Galhraitli T. M. *tf. Copr. 195J by NEA &A *x&h-' 10.a, Williamsfielcl WILLIAMSFIELD — Enjoying Sunday dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Orville Spencer, Patsy and Muriel at Sparland, were the following relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Rodney and Florann, Bryan Spencer, Mike and Martin, and Mr. and Mrs. Clell Riggen of Williamsfield; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spencer* Galva; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Spencer, Macomb; Mr. arid Mrs. Calvin Spencer, Pamela and Steve, Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Scudder of Peoria spent the evening in the G. N. Hoxworth home. A 2/c and Mrs. Maurice Hickerson of Cheyenne, Wyo., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. E. Wilson, and her brother Eugene. A 2/c Htckerson is enjoying a furlough to Oct. 25. Pamela Coziahr of Avon was a guest of Sharon Niebuhr from Friday evening until Sunday. Carl Waggoner has recovered nicely from injuries received in a recent auto accident, and was able to return Tuesday to his work at Galesburg Research Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weast visited in Lallarpe Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Archie Collins, parents of Mrs. Weast. Mrs. Edna Stewart spent the weekend in Galesburg, guest of Mrs, Lola Whittaker. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Tucker, "Well, I think it's awfully rude of him to whisper when, she calls—it makes the house just unbearably quiet!" SISTERS REDUCE FIND RENNEL RECIPE WORKS GALESBURG, ILL. "It is a great pleasure to be able to help someone else who would like to reduce by having you use my testimonial in your advertising. Rennel Concentrate is truly wonderful for reducing. Rennel made it possible for me to lose 26% lbs. in a short time and I feel so Very much better since losing that weight. My sister, also, has been following the Rennel home recipe-and she too is delighted with the results. We wouldn 't want to be without Rennel." So writes Mrs. Lena Paulsen of Galesburg, 111. It's amazing how quickly you can lose unsightly fat at home. Obtain liquid RENNEL at your druggist, mix as directed and take two tablespoonfuls twice a day. That's all there is to it. If you do not lose weight with the very first bottle just return it to the maker for your money back. \ r ou need never know a hungry moment reducing with RENNEL. Costs only $1.40. Ask for free booklet on reducing, urged visiting the mental health hospitals Oct, 20. An offering was taken for the restoration of Independence Hall. Lunch as served from the table with a large basket of vegetables intermingled with bittersweet. The hostesses were Mrs. James Horine, Mrs. Paul Craven, Mrs. Guy Billings, Mrs. Dan Smith, Mrs. James Tulin and Mrs. Kendall Toureene. The club is making plans for the annual Halloween party for the children and youth of the community. Main threats to farm prices are high output of many farm commodities, slow export markets and probable drop in business activity. Maquoii Teachers Visit Olher Schools MAQUON — Classes were dismissed in the Maquon school on Thursday and Friday. Thursday was visiting day. Principal Milo Hansen went to Gibson Cily; Conch Irvin Sulton to Macomb; Mrs. Lois Hunter, Mrs. Muriel Mattox, Mrs. Merle Morey, Mrs. Lora Moses and Mrs. Ruth Swearingen visited the Bartonville school. On Friday the faculty attended the annual meeting of the Western Division of the Illinois Education Association at Galesburg. READ THE WANT ADS son tee, «md Miss Shirley Settle were weekend visitors with Mr. and MrS, Darrell Cufts and son, Jan, in Mttncie, Ind. Mrs. Curts is a niece of Mrs. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman King and Stanley were Sunday afternoon callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burl Mitchell and children, near Gllson. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Evans and children of Mackinaw, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miars and family of Brimfield were Sunday visitors In the Thomas Flynn home. EMPLOY THE HANDICAPPED According to the Veterans' Administration, 3,500 disabled Korean veterans have already made application for disability allotments. These men must be given a chance at jobs they can do if they are to take their rightful place in society. ' 8iTT£R THAN BiTTtR FOR BREAD SHOP m SAVE WHISKEY and BEER LOUIE'S LIQUORS 41 So. 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