Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 20, 1953 · Page 12
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•ll 'iflfcf, flftily Retfist^Mait Oalesbufg> 111. fruesdfry. October 2,0, 1953 Glttifeh Women Hold Meeting at Violn VIOLA—The Ludies' Association mi In th« social rooms of the ttnlted Presbyterian Church Thursday evening with Mrs. C. Iff. Mc- Cfeight and Mrs. Herbert McAtee as hostesses. Mrs. Gertrude Morris, president, led the devotions And also conducted the business meeting:, flans were made to serve the Viola Boosters at a ham supper Monday night. Mrs. Alice Unsworth was chairman. A delicious lunch was served at two long tables with Halloween decorations much in evidence. Mrs. Fred Langford entertained a group of 14 ladies Friday evening as a courtesy to her aunt, Mrs. Lou Kent of Lebanon, Cfre.," Who has been visiting with relatives and friends here and in Monmouth and Aledo. Mrs. Kent will leave the first of the week for Rock Island to visit with her niece, Mrs, Herbert Noble, and family and her nephew, Paul Terry, and family. She will leave by plane the last of the week for her home in the West. Mrs. Kent is a former resident here, and this is her first visit back in 33 years. Those present Friday evening in the Langford home were Mrs. Carrie Russell, Mrs. Aura Bridger, Mrs. Belva Shaver, Mrs. Zina Miles, Mrs. Sara Minteer, Mrs. Emily Fritch, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Mrs. Mae Stancliff, Mrs. Aura Lipton,' Mrs. Lucile Damp, Mrs. Bessie Terry, Mrs. Jessie Patterson and Miss Minnie Lewis and the honor j guest. All of these women are former acquaintances of Mrs, Kent when she resided here. Mrs Langford served a tray lunch. itbti GLANCES By Galbroitb "I never guessed it was that late—I was waiting for you to blow your top!" Rapatee Unit Of Home Bureau x \lcets MAQUON — The Rapatee unit; of the Home Bureau was entertained recently by Mrs. Irene Seaman at her home with Mrs. Jiffy Crochet iMildred Foreman assisting. There The following committees have!was a dessert luncheon and the been appointed to have charge of .meeting was opened by Mrs. Luthe bazaar and supper to be held Nov. 5 at the Methodist Church: bazaar committee, Ruth Taylor, Eva Cope, Bessie Lindberg and Jessie Patterson; candy booth, Maxine Patterson, Frieda Gilliland and Mrs. William Hampton; dining room, Lucy Stoner, Winna Mae Daymude, Arlene Tary, Lauretta Thompson and Louise Eastland; kitchen, Alma Ashenhurst, Daisy Jinks, Helen Hood, Grace Brown, Ruth Beard, Frances Holdsworth, Leona Bloomfield, Jane Bredberg and Meryl Tary; publicity and tickets, Minnie Lewis and Ruth Taylor. Serving will begin at 5 o'clock. The remodeled dining room can seat 100 at a time. cretia Myers. The major lesson, "Helping the Child to Develop Emotionally," was given by Mrs. Alice Myers and Mrs. Irene Swanson. Mrs. Lelia Pugh gave the minor lesson on, Main Dish Salads. Mrs. Ralph Woods, assisted by Mrs. Lelia Pugh. will entertain the November meeting starting with a 12 noon potluck dinner. With a record of 118,000. vehicles in one day, the Washington, D. C. Highway Bridge over the Potomac may be the busiest in the world says the National Geographic Society. Migratory birds flying over the United States take four main routes, the Atlantic, the Mississippi, the Central and the Pacific flyways, says the National Geo graphic Society. Seaton SEATON — Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Kingery and daughter went to Urbana to spend the weekend. Mrs. Edd Matazel left Friday for her home in Berwyn after a visit with her sister, Mrs. Ruth Jones. Miss Mary Seaton returned home Friday from Rochester, Minn. Miss Jerry Lyle was taken to the Mercer County Hospital Friday and underwent an appendectomy. Mrs. Lucile Smith entertained the C. C. Club at her home Thurs day with 30 present. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bird and Mrs! Mary Bird took Mrs. Kate Robb to Chicago Friday to visit Not New.,. But News! And good niwi if last year's suit looks worn and shabby! Bring it to us — we'll restore that trim, smart look, make it look lik* new! awannv.vHJ.nsw CL £ANE f? 61 N. Pralrio Tha Bast Dry Claaning — Continuous Sine* 1913 ttf £oua *Wkct&t (Mote: Sand pattarn orders direct to Chicago. Watch address below. Orders will NOT bo accepted at Galeaburg newspaper office.) HEAD the fashiori in either of these hats! Warm in worsted. chic in chenille for right now. Later you'll want to make them in straw yarn for springtime. Smart little quickies! You'll want several in different colors. Pattern 601; crochet directions. Send Twenty-five cents In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Register-Mail, Needlecraft Dept., P.O Box 5740, Chicago 80. Print plainly YOUR NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. PATTERN NUMBER. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs to crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed right in the Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for—ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fash ionsl Send 20 cents for your copyl with relatives. From there she will leave for her home in Trinidad, Calif. Roger Anderson was taken to the Mercer County Hospital. Friday. He has pneumonia. r Mrs. Dan Sims entertained her bridge club Wednesday. always have on hand both' kinds of Old Sunny Brook- Blend and Straight Be sure aU your guests have a good time. Some like Old Sunny Brook Blend, others enjoy the Straight Serve both kinds to please all tastes! Kentucky Blended Whiskey Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Sunny Brook 4-- 010 SUfiBY BB00K BEAB0 KENTUCKY BLENDED WHISKEY CONTAINS*65% GRAIN HEUTBAl SPIBIT5 _W _TH| OLD SUNNY BB00K C 0M P AN Y, J.0 U I S V 111 E,_K Y, New Windsor Church Women Start Project NEW WINDSOR—The Lutheran Woman's Missionary Society uh dertook the Augustana Mission Ad vance project at their meeting Friday afternoon. All , members and anyone desiring are asked for contributions to be left with Mrs. Gus Chilberg, treasurer, prior to the next meeting. Mrs. A. G. Youngberg and Mrs. Arthur Benson were hostesses in the Benson home. The Rev. Rudolf Nilson conducted the devotions. Mrs. L. L. Wallin, who presided, also gave a report on the leadership trainfng meeting at Rock Island Oct. 5. "Where'er the Sun" was the topic of the lesson with Mrs. E. E. Blick, leader and editor. Reporters were Mrs. Wallin on Africa; Mrs. Gunnard Carlson, South America; Mrs. Gus Chilberg, India; Mrs. Fred Anderson, Hong Kong, and Mrs. E. W. Johnson, Japan. Also taking part on the program were Mrs. Rudolf Nilson, Mrs. C. A. Swanson, Mrs. Robert Anderson and Mrs. Clifford Swanson with Mrs. Roy Peterson, vocalist, and Mrs. Nilson, accompanist. Mrs. Glenn Setterdahl invited the group to meet in her home for the Nov. 20 meeting when election of officers will be held. Mrs. Lillian Oberg and Miss Esther Rosene are the, nominating committee. Hostesses will be Mrs. Otto Lansing and Mrs. Leonard Lorin The Rev. R. Nilson translated a letter in German addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoogner, thanking them and all others most sincerely who contributed in the overseas, clothing drive. Mrs. Hoogner left her address in the pocket of a coat they donated. gm.n-mni 1**11 me. | So They Say Ophiem Birthdays {Voted at Parties OPHIEM — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Miller entertained at supper Thursday hight for 10 AlWood schoolmates of Nancy, in observance of her llth birthday anniversary, which occurred Friday. A treasure hunt was a faeture. Mrs. Almeda Samuelson entertained the, Birthday Club Friday afternoon. The afternoon wasi spent doing hand sewing. LITYLM LB 1 We (U. S.) do not intend to disclose the details of our atomic weapons of any sort, but it is large and increasing steadily. —President Eisenhower. Mrs. Bernard Mattson entertained 23 friends, cousins and aunt Saturday afternoon on observance of the sixth birthday anniversary of her daughter, Cortnie Sue. Games and contests were enjoyed each child receiving favors. v .,„ Grandmother, Mrs. Alice Mattson, l! T .'u ^Z. ^A"\Z™~™*™^ brought a birthday cake. < Uvlties and homecoming A fomily skeleton is something the whole family is ashamed of— like report cards, *«»• In 1950 the United States used almost twice as much oil as. the rest of the non-Communist world combined. tended the Augustana College Fes- Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and The Rev. and derson attended Mrs. A. J. the college Mrs. R. H. Ossian were Mr. and Mrs. David Ossian, of Cordova. They will soon take their annual Who's kidding whom? Let's have *° F1 ° r , ida to s .P end the ^nter a good close-up look at the damage ™^ % T i,™* Vlcntn °I „* „ t,i„ u m k /.t nm i. \.„A~. iSwanson of Kwanee and Mr. and tivities Friday night and all Saturday. An- fes- day Santa Onus Bowl LAKELAND, Fla. Ml — fh§ Santa Claus Bowl football games arc two months away, but already four cities have made formal bids to take part. They are Miami, Brunswick, Ga., Dallas, Tex., and Knoxvillo, Tenn. The semifinal games here Dec. 2c and championship game Dec. 29 are for boys not older than 13 and weighing less than 1.10 pounds. Full of Pep at 75! How's YOUR Pep a"t 40,50, 607 Yon know hi* nnmo n.i well nit you do youl own, You'va rond in tho new.innperj that lit 7S he fools llko ho did 23 yean n«o-nt 50. Proves it's not nnlurol for you to feel fx- haustrd. old at only 40, 50 or 00, But yoti can feel old indeed if yonr Wood lacks iron. Try new, libcher-putenvy Osfrrx Tonio Tablets. 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