Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 22
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 22

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 16, 1953
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22 The baily Register-Mail, Galesburg, ill Willianisfield Program Held .rriday,. October 16, 1953 WlLLIAMSFIELD—The "Many Phases of Motherhood," was the theme of t)t. J. B. Bronny's talk before the J. p. Club at the October meeting in the home of Miss Gloria German. In tribute to mothers he cited the hours of sacrifice and worry for even the brief period from birth to the first grade in school. Preparation for this responsibility of guiding children is divided into experience, observance, study and intuition. The doctor stresses "rest and regularity" as important, factors in maintaining a child's health, declaring that we are lucky to be in a small town where both are more easily achieved than in big city life. vocal ensemble. It was voted to again sponsor the Billtown J. D.'s bowling team by paying their league registration fee. A committee composed of Mrs. T. M. Butler, Miss Dorothy Appleman, Mrs. Percy Cain and Miss Gloria German was named to ar range the Halloween party. Mrs. Donald Kneer, chairman of the music department, led the club in a humorous song. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Miss German, Mrs. Charles Russell and Mrs. Daryl Huber. To Give Review The magnificent story of "The Silver Chalice" by Thomas B. Costain, will be reviewed for members of Home Culture Club at their October meeting Tuesday at the Methodist Church. Time, 2 p.m. ' Mrs. Harley Slickell of Galesburg, member of the Maquon Illini Club, will be the reviewer when the Maquon club presents the ex- His one admonition to club j change program for Williamsfield members was to adopt the slogan "buy a thermometer," for every home. Opening the meeting was a poem "The Making of Friends," by President Mrs. Thomas Flynn. An invitation was received from Dahinda Woman's Club to attend their Guest Day meeting Nov. 11 at 2 o'clock in Dahinda Methodist Church. Members were urged to give blood at the lied Cross Blood Center on Truro Township Day, Oct. 21. It was announced that the club treasurer had received a gift of $25 from the Home Culture Club, to apply on the expense of the summer swimming project. A penny offering was taken to help send the district president, Mrs. Housman, to the National Federation Convention in Denver, Colo., this fall. Discussion was held on several topics: club participation in the high school Homecoming parade; ideas for ways and means projects; and an interest poll for a Greatest "EHGIHEERED-FOR-COMFORT" Achievement Since The Advent of Automatic Gas Heat! The Friendly Neighbors Club met. Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ralph Johnston. Co- hostess was Mrs. Phillip Likes. Several games and contests were enjoyed and prizes awarded to Mrs. Lloyd Miller and Mrs. William Ott. Lunch was served by the hostesses to the following guests: Mrs. Charles Wilson, Mrs. Howard Peterson and Lillian, Mrs. Roy Little, Valerie and Phyllis, Mrs. Herbert Peterson Mrs. Fred Ramp, Mrs. Leona Morgan, Mrs. Earl McWiiliams, Mrs. John Sieg and Pamela, Mrs. Clifford Weast, Mrs. Henry Weast, Mrs. Jesse Barber and Leo, Peggy and Keith Likes. Republic GAS CONVERSION BURNER IDEAL HEATING COMPANY 76 N. Seminary Ph. 3084 Install Officers for Little York FFA Unit LITTLE YORK — Monday evening the new F. H. A. officers for the year were installed in a candlelight ceremony. Dylis Davies, a senior, is the president of the organization. Other officers are: Ruth Burns, vice president; Shirley Downes, secretary; Susie Melton, treasurer; Shirley Cox, parliamentarian; Martha Biddle, historian; chairman of recreation, Mary Lynn Watson; chairman en proj ects, Barbara Perrin; chairman of public relations, Shirley Downes. In a recent meeting of the organization, Doris Shike was named chairman of the publicity book; Shirley Luckenbill, chairman of the program committee; Shirley Cox, chairman of degree committee; Joyce Biddle, chairmar of the finance committ"?. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Burns entertained with a party Saturday evening in honor of Howard Kin- jney, Niven McVey and Jack Reit|man, who have just returned home from Korea, and for Everett Peterson, who ; s home from Nellis Air Base at Las Vegas, Nev. Twenty Ifour guests were present. Pitch 'was played with prizes goin'g to [Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kinkaid for high prize, Mrs. William Darrah •6 and Jack Reitman for low. The m hostesses served refreshments. SAVEUPTO'40°OJ Nationally advertised genuine all-steel Diana-style 42" CABINET SINK | DELIVERY & Coll us today for quick ^ delivery of your 42" ® YoungjJown Kitchens ° Cabinet Sinjc. C a You'd expect to pay much more for top-quality features like these! Swinging mixing-faucet. Wide, no-lip fiuling. Two large storage compartments and sturdy steel shelf. Spacious cutlery drawer slides easily, even when fully loaded. Top of one-piece, acid- resisting porcelain-enameled steel. Hi- Bake, easy-to-clean finish. Sound- deadened doors close positively on torpedo catches. Curved, no-splash bowl design. Kecessed toe and knee space. Impressed soap dish. Crumb-cup strainer, half-turn converts bowl to dishpan. Easy-V handles in glistening chrome. Galesburg Gas Sales E. C. RINGLIEN, Owner 425 East Main Street Phone 2211-6 there 9 s only ANII FREEZE Substitute brands sold as "the same thing" are not genuine, and not the same.* Look for the trade-mark "PRESTONE" on the can. If you want "PRESTONE" antifreeze, ask for it by name and make sure you get it! EVEREADY $3.75 PER GALLON $1.00 PER QUART IN QT. CANS jjj There are seven metals commonly used in automobile cooling systems — cast iron, steel, copper, aluminum, brass, lead and tin (solder). "PRESTONE" anti-freeze gives these metals better protection against corrosion than any other anti-freeze on the market. "PRESTONE" anti-freeze gives full protection against freeze-ups in cold weather, boil-offs on warm days. One shot lasts all winter. Contains an anti-foam which is unsurpassed by that of any other anti-freeze. Full protection against rubber decay and pin-hole leaks developing from rust spots. Exclusive formula developed in the world's largest anti-freeze laboratory. No other anti-freeze gives the same complete protection. you're SET... you're SAFE, you're with PRESTONE" brand anti-freeze The ferms "Evsready" and "ft»sfon»" are rta/ists-red trade-marks of Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation NATIONAL CARBON COMPANY A Division of Union Carbide and Carbon Corporation 30 EAST 42ND STREET, NEW YORK 17, N. Y.

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