Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 20, 1953 · Page 11
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Set Maquon WSCS Event MAQUON — The Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Maquon Methodist Church will be hostess to one of the group meetings of the Galcsburg District Wednesday. The meeting will open at 9:30 o'clock with a musical prelude by Mrs. Gerald Gooding, organist. The theme of the program is "A Sower Went Forth." A talk, A Sower Went Forth, will be given by Mrs. Harold Chase, Orion, president of the Galesburg District. "Sowing the Good, Seed Through Spiritual Growth," Miss Nell Orwig, Prairie City. "Sowing the Good Seed Through Widening Fellowship," Mrs. D. A. Berglund, Mrs. S. T. Huston, Mrs. L. J. Wiedenmann and Mrs. Rex L. Horncy. "Sowing the Good Seed Through a World Church," Mrs. Delmar Jewison, Mrs. Will Park, Mrs. Andrew Miller. "Sowing the Good Seed Through Mission and Working for Peace," Mrs. Samuel Buck, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs. Warren Johnson, Mrs. Wyndon Hurlock, Mrs. Gilbert Swanson and Mrs. Harold Nelson. "Sowing thu Good Seed at Lang- lcyviile Settlement and Cunningham Home," Mrs. Kenneth Bulkeley; The Call to Evangelism by the Rev. Robert Evans. Luncheon at 12 o'clock. The afternoon session will convene at 1:15 with hymn and prayer. Roll call, Mrs. D. A. Berglund; Willigcn and Missions at Mid- Century, Mrs. C. D. Lawson, Mrs. Semuel Buck. Special mtisic, Mrs. J. S. .White. Guest, speaker, Miss Lelia Epps. Miss Epps is from Kingstree, S. C, and has been doing Christian work in Brazil. THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. By Jimmy Hatlo Tuesday, October 19, 195$„ 11 New Windsor NEW WINDSOR—Mr. and Mrs Leo Traister of Vibia, Mr. and Mrs Fred Anderson attended the foot bail game at Champaign Saturday The Fern Leaf Society will meet Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Victor Reem. Assisting host esses will be Mrs. William Tornquist, Mrs. Robert Tornquist and Mrs. Oliver Munson. Mrs. Myron Hickok, Mrs! William Johnson, Mrs. Martin Mc- Veyh, daughters Rose and Ann, attended the wedding of Miss Barbara Guthrie and Duane Rusch at Aledo Saturday morning. Robert Anderson, S.N., Mrs. An derson and their daughter of Pen sacola, Fla., are visiting his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Anderson, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ottoson, during his 20 -day leave. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Willet and family of Alpha spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Willet. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Lindgren entertained Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Babcock of Reynolds and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Carlson and .family of North. Henderson at dinner Sunday. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. SAVE 1/3 ON DINETTE SET With New Pufchatm Plant That's only one of the tremendous bargains y*u get with the revolutionary new purchase plan developed by Gamble Stores. You save big money on a long list of major household items — freezers, paint, furniture — ail top quality products at amazing low price. Save up to 35% and more! 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Mrs. Robert Miller, the ways and means co-chairman, told of the plans for the square dance. It is Glenn Beachler were Mr. and Mrs Raymond Matter of Viola. for the benefit of the hot lunch program and will be held Salur-| day night, Oct. 24 at the school.! The Pleasant Valley Boys of Lynn| Center will provide the music. ; The first and second grade room again won the flag for having the most parents and friends present 1 A very pretty film entitled "America the Beautiful" featured.' Mrs. .Harold Gardner, program j chairman, presented it assisted by] Cleo Shields. They also showed! the film taken at the school's last year's carnival and it had many amusing scenes. j Everyone present was reminded of the open house it) each of the three class rooms. The children and teachers had on exhibit much of their school work and the rooms were all decorated so prettily in keeping with the season. j There was a very good attend-j ance for the evening and a social; hour was spent with refreshments! ( from a table decorated in the j ;HalIoween theme provided by the! jfamilies of Lewis Klusmeyer, Earl! Lewis and Clair Townsend. 1 Blessed Event is Expected by Mule SYDNEY iff) — An Australian mule is expected to give birth to a foal soon. The mule is a six- year-old named Jenny, and is owned by Fred Johnson of Warren, New South Wales. A mule had a foal in the Northern Territory of Au tralia last May, and, as far as is known here, that was only the eighth such foal recorded in the world. A mule is a hybrid, offspring of a horse and a donkey, and is usually sterile. Sleepless? —because of Acid Stomach? Eat 1 or v 2 Turns at bedtime—to neutralize acid fast! Still only Roll Oneida Woman's Club Has Guest Day; Tell Of Slory Hour Plans ONEIDA—Guest Day was ob served at the Oneida Woman's Club meeting Friday afternoon, The business meeting was conducted bjv the president, Mrs. Clyde Nelson. Members were reminded to take their cookie donations to Mrs. William DcVorc ;by Monday, Oct. 2(5. These arc |for the Galcsburg Blood Center. |It was voted to give a bushel of apples to the Galcsburg Research Hospital. Mrs. John Stevens and Mrs. James Dnugan were appointed to be in charge of this project. Story hour for the children was announced for Saturday afternoon at the Library with Mrs. Howard Henderson and Miss Lucile Shcdd in charge. Departmental reports were given by Miss Mary Coleman on Indian affairs and Mrs. Merrill Boland on Park Ridge School for Girls. The afternoon's program was enjoyed by guests and members alike. Mrs. Andrew Anderson of Galesburg entertained with three vocal selections accompanied by Mrs. Harold Moore. Mrs. Catherine Crissey Probst of Galesburg talked on "Pastime Painting." She discussed the different types Victoria Club Women i h .foiling program: piatt * of painting and showed several of „ , , \ r ", i 1 ^' ONS W 8 * Lou,M a £ - S!.£ her own pieces of work. Hold Program at Ulllrch Williamsficld; a paper OA fftMiff Hostesses serving refreshments! VICTORIA - The Victoria Worn- J' eaI,1h P l,bl Jf welfare Vf Mfg. frrrm a fall decorated table were: , ,„ . . . , Hazel Gibbs. Mrs. CasperS then ;KMSK1S,V Joe a f UMbnct in the Methodist , ntroduccd Mrs . Ed Pcttit ^QUH. Cox Mrs. Walter Moore, Mrs. Church dining room on Friday burg who presented a chalk talk ilrving Johnson, Mrs. George Pe- with the president. Mrs. Zclla on "Facts and Phases." terson and Mrs. William Rice. JMilcs, presiding. Coffee and cake were served by — : It was voted to hold a jelly Mrs Shirley Binno, Mrs. Edythe A nuict family eclebation shower for the Galesburg hospitals Sornberger and Mrs. Florence i Mm™ " ,nc ncxt meeting with each Brown, marked the 90th birthday anniver- u __ u .... - -« member bringing as many glasses Many of the Red Feather agen- sary of Mrs. C. A. Peterson Oct., of jel]y as lhey can spare 14. There was a family dinner: Comments on the Knox County 1 . , „ , at noon with her two daughters meeting held recently at Oneida cies of tnc Galesburg Community and their husbands, Mr. and Mrs.! W cre given by Mrs. Edythe Sorn- Chest are working with young peo* T. B. Shaffer, and Mr. and Mrs. berger, Mrs. Joanne Worrell and pie, teaching tftem to be better Joe Shogren of Minneapolis. In Mrs. Mabrun Peterson. citizens. Contributions are an in- the afternoon relatives called from Kewanee, Altona, Rock Island and) Galesburg Several decorated i cakes, cards and gfits were received by the honoree. j Mrs. Beverly Gaspers presented vestment in youth. Hfirbs Nothing is a greater menace to good government than tax dodgers, says a banker. Unless it's tax spenders. A card expert underwent an operation for appendicitis in Michigan. It was the doctor's cut! If you want a hole drilled in your patience, just stop and talk to a ibore. 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