Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 7
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The Daily Register-Mall, Galesburg, HI. Monday, October 19, 1953 "t Henry Bureau Sets Drive to Kill Rodents The Henry County Farm Bureau Office In Cambridge has requested farmers and townspeople In the county to participate in an all-out war against rats and mice this fall and winter. Plans were announced by the bureau to furnish cooperntors War farin bait to kill rodents. The bait Is supplied on a non-profit basis through the facilities of the U. S. FJsh and Wildlife Service. The bureau suggested that co­ operntors request the bait the same day In order to kill more rats and mice. The date for this rodent banquet for the entire county Is Friday, Nov. fi. Post Oct. 30 Deadline Orders for Warfarin poison must be placed at the Farm Bureau office In Cambridge by Friday, Oct. 30, the bureau announced. Those who place orders for bait were advised to pick up the material at a resignated distribution center during the Nov. 6 date for the kill. This will be the only time that the bait will be available at a greatly reduced price. The bureau said if no advance orders are placed for the bait, it cannot guarantee there will be enough extra material to fill any last minute orders. Declared Essential Because pests move from place to place, communhy effort Is essential for the best control, the bureau pointed out. Poison, traps, and other methods of destruction must be used in many places to remove the rodents. Clean-up measures, and good maintenance of properties should be applied hand-in-hand with killing measures for best results. • Warfarin is relatively safe and very effective against rats and mice. Good results have been obtained with Warfarin, because it is mixed with freshly-ground corn meal and a small amount of sugar. The bait should be put out in at least two or three places in each building. Set the bait under sturdy boxes, with a hole in each end so only rats and mice can eat it. About five pounds of bait is needed for the average, set of buildings. For further details on bait distribution and how to use Warfarin, cooperators were advised to contact the bureau office. AlWoorl FIIA Girl Named to Office ALPHA — The AlWood F.H.A attended the F.H.A. officers train ng school of Section 10 at Geneseo Wednesday,. The officers that went are the following: Peggy Johnsmi, president; Janet Holmes secretary; Carolee Murdock, treasurer; Ethel Kugler, project chair man; Shirley Kruegar, publicity book; Nancy Ingram, degree chair man; Virginia Greenup, recreation chairman; Marsha Kingery, parlla mentarlan; Shirley Doxsee, public relations; and Delores DeRew, his torlan; teacher, Mrs. William Han cock and chapter mother, Mrs Leonard Johnson. Suzanne Pople was elected rec reation chairman for Section 10. Little York' LITTLE YORK — Mr. and Mrs Fred Splinter left Thursday morning for their home at Yodcr, Wyo. Mrs. Will Dawson of Galesburg has been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. J. Bowes. Mrs. Daniel Ristow and two children of Chicago are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cooper. Francis Gavin, who had been In Chicago a few days, has returned home. Mrs. Lillian McMahon was a recent dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Allen In Burlington. Mrs. Irene Atkins, who has been visiting Mrs. Mary Brown, left Tuesday for her home In Kansas City, Mo. James Stokes purchased the J. Birthday Party Held For Little York Boy LITTLE YORK — Mrs. Ishmael Spaulding entertained a group of 30 little folks in honor of her son Galen's sixth birthday Thursday evening after school. Games were J Bowes properly that sold at auction in town Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Glenn Seaton attended the D.A.R. luncheon and meeting at the Hotel Custer in Galcsburg. Mrs. Howard Swires of Rock Is land Is visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Peter McKay. Dr. Claude Watson of Mitchell, Neb., has arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. James Hottle and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Smith. Earl Chandler, who had been in the hospital for several weeks returned home Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fulton and daughter, Ruth, of Dixon, Calif., arrived Thursday for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Millie Wallers, and sister, Mrs. Keith Carson. At Woodhull Church WOODHULL — Sixty women of the community attended a "Musical Tea" sponsored by the members of the Wlmodausis Sunday School Class of the Presbyterian Church Thursday evening. Following a devotional service led by the Rev. Lawrence Thomp- Plan Victoria MWtincr I s6 "' a vrognm of numbers was /fiLTA meeting ! an nounced by Mrs. Harry White VICTORIA - Members of the' as follows: organ and piano duet, Woman* Society of Christian Mrs. Elmer Fischer and Dean; Service have completed plans forjvocal solo, Miss Beverly Gustus; panied by Mrs. Dale Seiben of, Geneseo. The guests were Invited to the dining room 1 in the basement which was made attractive with branches of autumn leaves and garden flowers. Guests were from New Windsor, Alpha, Oneida and Wood- Community Chest goal $78,513. It needs the support of everyone to provide for all 11 Red Feather agencies. the turkey dinner and bazaar, Nov. 8. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock W.S.C.S. group meeting will be held at the Methodist Church with Mrs. A, Benton Weinberg presenting a book review of a program of duets, solos and a comedy skit by Miss Cora Alyee Santee and Clyde Walters accom- "The Silver Chalice." All members are urged to attend. Gelling Up Nights If wonted by too frequent, burning or Itehini urinttlon, attttaf Op NlfhU, B»ck*ehe, Preour* et«r Bladder, or •nd Bltdder Irritation, »tk your druulat about ureal prompt. paUlatlr* relief from CTST1X tot million CTSTKX tablete ua«d In past JS reart prort eafety and tueeei*. Don't _ waiU time. A* dfu«|l«t for CY8TSX under money-back guarantee. Relief You Ne«f ^Child's Cough For cotifhi and acute bronchitis <M* t» colds you can now act Crwrmilsk>f> specially prepared for Children In «rtenq pink and blue package and be suret (1) Ypur child will like It. (2) It contains only tare, prortw ntredient*. ;• (3) It contain* no narcotics to <Jhv two nature's processes. I (4) It will aid nature to soothe and) heal raw. tender, inflamed throat and bronchial membranes, thus relieving, the cough and promoting rest incfj sleep. Ask for Creomuhion for ChlM dren in the pink and blue package, j CREOMUL'SION FOR CHILMIN ftHtrti C *vffefe) Cfctft C#f4t* Ac *f# tftucMffla) Missionary From South Seas Talks At LaHarpe Church LaHARPE — The Rev. Miss Anna Dederer, who has recently returned from work in the South Seas, spoke Friday at the La­ Harpe Union Church on her work She is one of 10 missionaries en gaged in the "Missionary Inva sion" of Illinois. Mrs. Ruth Thompson was hostess to the P.E.O. Tuesday. Mrs. Marian Anderson gave a program on "A Study of Currier and Ives." Roll call was on "My Favorite Art." Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Hall and i son of Kansas City visited Mrs. ' Hall's mother, Mrs. Emily Warren, 96, here. The Mary Davier Hospital Auxiliary held a meeting Tuesday. It was reported that the new cupboards for the kitchen, charting desk for the first floor and vacuum sweeper have been in- Stalled and paid for. Mrs. W. C. Boyd attended the grand chapter sessions of the - Eastern Star held in Chicago. ' Mrs. Charles Gill was honored as "Woman of the Week" by the Professional Woman's Club at a dinner last week. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Bradshaw of LaHarpe and son, Max, and wife, of St. Louis have returned from a week's vacation in the Ozarks. Mrs. John Stevens of Chicago visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Strasbaugh, and sister, Judy. Woodhull WOODHULL—Mrs. Arthur V. Hammerlund received an injury to her leg when she fell off a low step ladder while she was assisting her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Robert Hammerlund, Thursday in cleaning house. X-rays showed a cracked bone above the knee. Mrs. Hammerlund is bedfast in her home. A daughter named Barbara Louise was born to Mr. and Mrs. William A. Music at the Cottage Hospital Wednesday evening. Mr Music is serving with the Navy in Japan. The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tracy McKey of Woodhull and Mr. and Mrs. William Music Sr., Alpha. A sister, Kathleen Lynn, will welcome the baby. Mobile Homes! • Colonial Trailer* • Richardson Traitors • Local Financing • Direct Factory Dealers • Good Used Trailers Bought and Sold Mgrs., Avery & Delores Finden Owner — Bill Foley WEST MAIN TRAILER SALES 1719 W. Main Phone 7304-0 Here is your opportunity to make a Sensational Deal on a 9 53 FORD There's never been a car like today's '53 Ford! It's a beauty packed with extra value and when you test drive a Ford you'll want to own one. We want to see you in a new Ford! That's the BIG reason for this sensational sales drive! Never again will your car be worth as much as right this minute! Because we want everyone possible to own a new '53 Ford,.we'll give you the best deal in town on your present car regardless of its age or condition; There's a mighty good chance the car you're driving right now will cover the down payment on America's "Worth More" car! Don't miss this great buying opportunity! Bring your car in now and see what a handsome price we'll give you in trade on a new '53 Ford! CXif<£tofi /&pl Come early for the best deal in town! ire's'ent Yourpi /carwill never worth more • • • so bring it in Ict/fcTFacfe/ "mm MORE" nmm Sflspfnded into and Gbtoh teiH QmitUt or Conventional Drift Masttr-Gside fmtt Sltttini HtMWnitlmKlMi POKD'$ WORTH MOM WHIM YOU »UY ITI mm OUR "mm MM" DEAL Every one of our salesmen has been Instructed to make the longest deal In town ... to arrange terms that will meet your \ndMdual budget. Your pres- Tit car will probably make the down payment. So, let's get together fodayl fOBD'i WOKTH MOM WHW YOU mi ITI F.D.A .r. If You're Interested in an Jg> Used Car-Be Sure to See Your Ford Dealer McCREERY MOTOR SALES Toropklni and Kellogg Siroete Galesburg, Illinois

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