Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 20, 1953 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 20, 1953
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m- - * 11 / later- Oalesbuf Tuesday, October 20, r s •1 h i * - 1 mi ft i Pep Session 12 ardrobe Wonder!]®*™* FU*» of Trip To Europe for Club Women at V r I ^ WOODRtJLL — The afimial Al- Wood Homecoming will get.under­ way Thursday with a fcep session arid snake dance at the senior high school in Woodhull. Included will be a huge bonfire, introduction of the Homecoming King and Queen, and introduction of the varsity football players. On Friday afternoon at 1:45 o'clock the annual parade will be staged. Friday night will be the Homecoming football game at the Alpha field, when the Aces meet Beynolds at 7:30 o'clock. Following the game winners of parade classes will be announced, and the King and Queen and her attendants Will be announced. place at the junior high school gym which will be followed by the Homecoming dance. Committees were named as follows: float, Dennis Whimpey, Richard Hambleton and Paul Kronsted; award ribbons, Richard Hamble ton, Sandra Johnson and W. 0. Hancock; decorations, Mafcia Rehn, Marsha Kingery, Paul Kronsted, and Bill Franz; judge committee, Richard Underwood and Bill Krueger; and speech committee, Shirley Krueger, Dennis Whimpey and Bill Krueger, George Washington founded the Military Order of the Purple Heart, the medals now given to wounded A coronation ceremony will take'solaiers. Korea Coffee Scandia Coffee There are a .number of truths about Communism that everyone can learn from Cpl. Lester Williams, of Keymah, Texas, one of the prisoners of war just recently returned from Korea. A POW for 22 months, Corpora) Williams had a closeup look at Communism. Before he went to war, he was just like any other American. He drank his coffee each morning, and had a second cup if he felt like it. He probably never thought much about whether he appreciated a good cup of coffee. But after emv'mg in Freedom Village, from imprisonment, hh first request Was for a cup of American-brewed coffee. Drinking it down, he exclaimed: "I love coffee. This is the first I've had in ages. Oh yes, they gave us something they called coffee up there but if I were them I wouldn'f try to sell it in the United States. They'd go broke." This is just one instance of the deprivation of the Communists. Williams ^nd his friends kept a menu chart that further shows the Reds put guns before butter, "We had turnips for 101 meals," he said. "We counted them, used a chart and it ended up at 101 meals of turnips. Those turnips were something else I wouldn't advise them to sell in the United States." As to the propaganda dished out by the Communists, Williams had this Sbcrilf Waits for A Wanted Man CARY, N. C. W) ~ Wake County Deputy Sheriff Wiley Jones 6 popu larity was put to the test recently. BIGGSVILLE The Country Club met^with Mrs Merle i^seefchtag fot , man wanted for for the October meeting *ith Miss mtd ^ Jones weflt to the gec- tion of the county where the killer Emma Rank! say: "I heard a their talk about how the 'bad' duPonts and Morgans and Rockefellers were exploiting the country. As far as I am concerned, I can hardly wait to go back to work for those exploiters." These are first-hand observations of Communism. Every American ought to appreciate their meaning. They show how much better off we in America are than these people living under tyranny's yoke. So, the next time you drink a cup of coffee,* drink tt slowly— flectively. For a Really Good Cup of Coffee Scandia Bakery & Lunch 4895 12-20: AO M4» 326 Main Scandia Restaurant (Note: Send pattern orders direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders will NOT be accepted at Galesburg newspaper office.) Four days out of seven, this is the dress you'll reach fori It's simple enough for the office, flattering enough for a date! Fitted bodice above a flaring skirt makes your waist look thimblc-size. Note the standup collar, buttoned sleeve. Sew it now! Pattern 4895: Misses' Size 12. 14. 16, 18, 20; 40. Size 16 takes 5»/ 8 yards 39- inch fabric. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instruction. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to | Anne .Adams, care of Galesburg Begls-' ter-Mall, Pattern Dept.. P.O. Box 6710, Chicago 80, 111. Print your NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE NUMBER. Shea, Mrs. Fred Molberg, Mrs. The Galesburg Community Chest!Oscar Nelson, Mrs. Fred Reed, and as assisting hostess. Mrs, Enrory Anderson presided over the business meeting and the roll call was answered by naming a state capital. Mrs. Gladys Sandstrom, program chairman, introduced Miss Edith Brook, who showed colored pictures and slides and gave A talk on her trip to Europe. The meet* ing closed by the group singing "Happy Birthday" for Mrs. Esther Johnson. CJuests Were Mrs. Francis Rankin, Mrs. Pearl Cochran, Mrs. Mabel Cochran and Mrs. Ethel Hull. At their regular meeting $Jie Biggsville chapter of the F.H.A. discussed plans for taking orders for hog troughs, which will be made by the boys. Other plans included appointing a committee for making the Homecoming float v , a party dance to be sponsored by the F.F.A. and F.H.A.; and a table tennis tournament. . The Biggsville Lions Club has purchased and installed at the athletic field a scoreboard. Mrs. Carrie Wiegand of Galesburg and her sister, Mrs. Ethel Westlake Lusk, and Mr. Lusk of Hutchinson, Kan. were calling on friends Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Milroy attended the annual bazaar and chicken supper at the Ontario Church, west of Oneida, on Thursday evening. Henderson Woman's Club to Have FHA Girls as Guests HENDERSON — The Henderson Woman's Club will meet in the club rooms Friday afternoon at 2 p.m. Mrs. Walter Dikeman, the Knox county president, will be there. Mrs. Fred Molberg will have charge of education, and a Youth group of the Galesburg Chapter F.H.A. will be present Roll call will be answered with an adage. The hostesses are Mrs. William lived. He let it be known he wanted to see the fugitive as so6n as possible. A few days later the fnao, who had slain another in a juke joint brawl, showed up at Jones* office. "I trust Mr. Wiley," he told officers, * Naive Airman DENVER (UP)-An airman stationed at Lowery Field has come up with a new gimmick designed to limit his wife's activities, Denver police disclosed today. They spotted a young woman, clothing panties, bra and slippers, sitting in an automobile parked near the Air Force base gate. "My husband is very jealous," the young woman explained. "So when he drove to work at the base this morning he brought me with him." She said he limited her to the clothing she was wearing. A BARGAIN — Happiness for thousands can be purchased at a surprisingly low cost through the Community Chest ' contribution. Young and old alike benefit from the services of the 11 Red Feather agencies. World's largest living creature, the whale, is many billion times as heavy as the world's smallest, a tiny kind of germ. Wait Till •I Taste If Ml Dinner Cooked For You l Since I ordered Knox Wife Saver Serv- F ice for my wife she time cooking. more looking after the kids and just relaxing. Why don't you call Knox Today? is made up of 11 separate agencies. Red Feather solicitors ask Gales- Main Mrs. Harold Erickson. 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