Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 19, 1953
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Monday, October 19, 1§53 It Haw Creek Home Builders Meet With Mrs. Ecktmtu CtlLSON—The Haw Creek Home Builders met recently in the home of Mrs, Kenneth Eckman, Koll call was answered with a favorite radio or TV program. Mrs. Jack Miller and Mrs. Leonard Iledbloom gave the major lesson on "Helping your child develop emotionally." Tickets for annual day, Oct. 29 may he obtained from Mrs. Guy Fuller, it was reported. Mrs. B. F. Tilton took the local leader lesson on "Wills and Inheritances," Oct. 14. Mrs. Gilbert Derham gave the minor lesson on "Main Dish Salads." Three were served as part of the refreshments. Mrs. John McCormick and Mrs. Kenneth Wright joined the Unit. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Howard Bond's, Nov. 13. Ontario Unit of Home Bureau Meets ONEIDA — The Ontario Home Bureau held the October meeting at the home of Mrs. Vcrner Bylander. The major lesson, "Helping the Child Cope with His Emotions," was given by Mrs. Robert Courtright and Mrs. Vincent Holmes. The minor lesson, "Main Dish Salads," was given by Mrs. Dale Cain. Mrs. Harry Olson gave a report of the board meeting and announced Oct. 29, as date of annual meeting in Galesburg. During the social hour, refreshments were served by Mrs. Edward Bowman and Mrs. Robert Courtright. Guests were Miss Esther Hincs, Mrs. Eugene Holt and Mrs. Richard Brinkman. Mrs. Brinkman and Mrs. Holt became members of the unit. READ THE WANT ADS HAVE YOU TRIED THIS Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets combine three of the most effective yet gentle laxatives In one tiny tablet — pure-vegetable ingredients praised by highest medical authorities for constipation. One of the laxatives in Olive Tablets activates the small Intestine. The other two, the large Intestine. In this way, Olive Tablets clean out waste and gassy bloat from entire Intestinal tract to help you feel JUST HNE! 15t, 30«, 60/ SIDE GLANCES By GalKrnttl) —rtt off. m» kr MA •.rrlc, (no. ' "Oh, cheer up, Clem! I agree we're old enough to fall from the tree, too—but maybe we won't be put in the bonfire!", Pcrsifer Unit Has Meeting at Upp Home The Persifer Unit of Knox County Home Bureau met recently at the home of Mrs. Hazel Upp. A desaert lunch was served prior to the meeting by the hostess and Mrs. Viola Thurman. Eighteen members arid five guests were present to hear the major lesson presented by Mrs. Olson for Miss Wanda Sward who was ill. Slides were used in giving the lesson on "Principles of Landscaping." The minor lesson was given by Mrs. Florence Gilbrandt in the form of an open discussion on rnain-dish salads. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Elizabeth Folger, with Mrs. Anna Poplett as co-hostess. Only sapphire mines of consequence in the United States are located in Montana. WCIL 1400 ON YOUR DIAL Oquawka OQUAWKA—Mr. and Mrs. Dick Miller of Chicago recently visited her mother, Mrs. Nellie Wilson. Mrs. Helen Cornell, who has spent several days for check-up in a hospital in Chicago, has returned home. Circuit Clerk and Mrs. Arlington E. Gittings and children, John, Charles and Deanna, have returned home from a few days trip to the Ozarks and other points of interest in Missouri. While gone, they visited the zoo In St. Louis and also visited relatives in Granite City. Mrs. George Olson has- returned home from spending If few day3 with relatives in Detroit, Mich, where she attended the wedding of a niece. Mrs. Beulah Braun attended a bridge luncheon at the home of Mrs. Florence Ives in Abingdon, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ayers of Minneapolis spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Brooks, en route to Florida where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Brooks made their acquaintance while at Riviera Beach in Florida last winter. Viola Lions Hear Rock Island Sheriff VIOLA—The Viola Lions Club met the first of last week In the Methodist Church with the Young Adult Class of the Sunday School serving a fried chicken dinner. Guests of the club were members of the township fire district. Sheriff Morris Muhleman of Rock Island County gave a talk on his work as sheriff. He was accompanied by one of his deputies. There were 32 in attendance. Mrs. Aura Bridgcr and Mrs. Carrie Russell entertained at dinner recently Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Breckcnridge of Williams Bay, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Breckcnridge Jr. and family of Peoria at a dinner honoring the elder Mr. Brcckcnridgc's birthday. Mr. Breckcnridge Sr. had been making a visit with his sisters here but returned to Peorfa with the others for a visit in his son's home before leaving from there last week for California to spend the winter. En route they stopped at Tucson, Ariz, to visit their daughter and family. Ralph Kness and family of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., have spent a week with his grandmother, Mrs Minnie Smith, and his father, John Kness Jr. En route back to Missouri they went by way of Ft. Knox, Ky., for a visit with Mrs. Kness' sister and husband. Mrs. Clarence Holdsworth left for Alton to visit and help in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Titus. Mrs. Titus and infant son are just home from the hospital. The baby was born Oct. 6. Two little sisters were home to welcome the boy. Mrs. Holdsworth will remain in the Titus home a couple of weeks. Mrs. Edna Wilson of Chicago accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Mamie Nolan, brought her mother, Mrs. Nelle Mack, to her home in Viola. She had been making a several weeks visit with her daughter and her sister, Mrs. Nolan. Alexis A L E XI S—MIss Jane Louise Johnson, who spent two weeks vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Johnson, left for Oakland, Calif., where she Is employed at Navy Air Base as personnel director. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fleharty and son, Danny, were Davenport visitors Thursday. Mrs. Theresa Lafferty entertained the Priscilla Club In her home Thursday afternoon v/ith 12 mem-, bers being present and a guest, Mrs. John Lafferty. Roll call was answered by "Halloween Event of the Past." Mrs, Ralph Winkler has returned from a visit with her husband, Pvt. Ralph Winkler, who is stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. Dr. Richard Russell and the Rev. Jesse Young attended a retreat at Beulah Church. In England, a levee is a Royal reception in the morning or early afternoon at which are presented those appointed to various offices. Fiorello H. LaGuardia, who served 11 years, was mayor of New York City longer than anyone else. 81TT£R THAN BITTER FOR EGGS 9 225 Eait Main Street Phone 4381 WARD WEEK SPECIALS WEDNESDAY - ONE DAY ONLY BAND OVERALLS REG. 1.79 $ 1.57 pr. Men's 8-oz. denim overalls, triple stitched, sanforized and reinforced at stress points with brass rivets. LIMIT, 2 TO A CUSTOMER! WORK SHOES $ 3.27 Men's leather work shoes with rubber soles and heels. Built for many extra days of long wear and comfort. Read the Want Ads in the Daily Register-Mail CITY COUNCIL MEETING TONIGHT at 7:30 O Clock Gilson Aid Raises Sum for Church Fund GILSON—The Ladies Aid So clety realized a neat sum for Com munity Church in Gilson according to the treasurer's report at the regular meeting Wednesday after noon when the ladies met to make future plans. Mrs. Dale Brown read the first chapter of Joshua, followed by a prayer by the group, After the business meeting the group was entertained by Mrs. Guy Fuller with contests. Prizes went to Mrs. Harley Stickell and Mrs. Charles Pickrel. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Earle Snell and Mrs. Evelyn Westfall. The tables were decorated with fall colors. Several birthdays were honored. Cards are being sent to out-of-town folks reminding them about the Sunday School homecoming on Sunday, Nov. 1. Prof. Roberts will show pictures he took in Mexico this summer. Next meeting will be Oct. 28. The thermometer was invented in the 16th century. 47 North Kellogg Street Phone 4960 WARD WEEK SPECIAL CORN CRIBS $ 175 REGULAR $229.50 00 Save $54.50 on this wonderful buy — Wards 700 bu. corn crib. 12 ft. high, consisting of 3, 4 ft. sections, strong, durable, galvanized steei roof. Immediate delivery on this crib. WEDNESDAY - ONE DAY ONLY r ","1 QUEEN NGZS/\ STARTS TOMORROW! YOU GET THIS BIG DELUXE SUPER DUTY" SPEED QUEEN PLUS ALL THESE EXTRAS FOR ONLY $ 139 50 DELUXE TWIN TUBS 30 BOXES RINS0 LIBERAL TRADE-IN $14 DOWN — $8 MONTH Get this gleaming white and red trimmed Speed Queen "SUPER DUTY" washer and all these extras during this terrific savings sale. Deluxe, streamlined model with its Double Walled chassis that protects the tub, keeps the water hot during the entire washing. Heavy duty cast aluminum wringer that swings and locks in 8 positions. "Time-Teller" timer that takes the guess work out of timing for various fabrics. PLUS DELUXE TWIN RINSE TUBS . . . PLUS 30 BOXES RINSO . . . PLUS LIBERAL TRADE-IN FOR YOUR OLD WASHER. The Speed Queen Dryer Is Fully Automatic $19995 •20 DOWN <10 MONTH Just toss in the clothes as they come from the washer, set the dial to the degree of dryness you wish, push the button and the rest is entirely automatic. The dryer will shut itself off when the clothes are dry. Forget the weather, forget lugging clothes out to the line . .. Get a Speed Queen Dryer. White enamel top. Speed Queen Automatic Really Washes Clothes Clean $249 95 '25 DOWN M2 MONTH Now an automatic that really washes clean . . . because it has the three main essentials for fast, clean washings . . . bowl shaped tub . . . back and forth agitator . . . and sediment remover. It's the automatic you've been waiting for. See it today. White enamel top. S <MM <&<f1tC& Scott 244 E. Main St. Galesburg. 111.

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