Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1953 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 21, 1953
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, October 21, 1.05.3..'. 1 Roseville Man Filen Entry in 2nd Illinois Corn Picking Contest Donald Klrkpatrlck, Roseville, is listed among contestants In the one-row division of the second Illinois Corn Picking Contest Friday in connection with the "Corn Harvest Days" program at Bloom- inRton. The fifth annual National Contest will be held Saturday at the .1. 0. Mccherle farm, nine miles cast, of Bloomington In McLean Couniy. Rules and scoring of the contests will stress safety and efficiency in corn picker operations. Another contestant listed from this vicinity is Don L. DeFord, Canton. Gov. Stralton has proclaimed "Corn Harvest Days" for the entire state Friday and Saturday in drawing attention to the state and national mechanical corn picking events. Iron-on Oesigns in Glorious Colors, Friends Build Home For Disabled Worker WICHITA, Kan. W! — Fellow workers of Max Sissom at Booing Airplane Co. admire the grit of the Wichitan, who gets about by wheelchair, having been crippled since he was 4. When a windstorm bowled over the Sissoms' frame home, he telephoned he'd be late to work, looking for a place to live. He got time off — and a husky crew of 50 volunteer workers who trc building the Sissoms a new lomc. way to relieve Throw away harsh, Jolting laxatives and change to Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets —the safe pure-vegetable formula oif'Dr. F. M. Edwards, now sold at any drugstore. Olive Tablets act on BOTH upper and lower bowels, giving more natural-like movements. No gTlplng. They clean out poisonous waste and gassy bloat from the entire Intestinal tract to help you feel just fine In tha morning. 15*, 30* and 60* (Note: Send pattern orderi direct to Chicago. Watch addreu below. Orderi will NOT be accepted ai Caleiburg newipaper office.) • IKON-ON WATKH LILIES in tropic pink unci forest green! No embroidery -they look hand-painted on sheets, pillowcases, guest towels, dresser sets, luncheon cloths! Picture all the pretty ;icccsBories, gay gifts you can create with a stroke of an Iron! Jiffy! Iron on! Washable! Pattern 504; six Iron-on lilies; two 4',ixl3, four 3x4 Inches. Send Twenty-five cents In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Rcgtstcr-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- Ions! Send 20 cents for your copyl Volunteers Spend 176 Man tfonrs on School Safety Signs A total of 178 man hours was donated to paint school safety signs at 33 locations near Galesburg schools, it was reported today by Al Gilson, chairman of the Junior Chamber of Commerce safety committee, which sponsored the project. The project was completed Saturday. Cooperating with teams of Jay- coos were members of Painters and Contractors Union Local 29, Galesburg Chapter of Illinois Painting and Decorating Contractors Association, and Auxiliary Police., Supplying trucks for moving equipment and men were six contractors, B. W. Anderson, Sig Ekstrom, Harold Magoon, Harry McClurg and M. IF. Runbeck. Painters were James Mummcy, Frank Sncad, Axel Olson, Harold Bern, Robert Pennington, Willie Hoots, Fred Themanson,-Kenneth Yarcle, John Edwards, James Sperry and James Dossctt. Auxiliary Police guards were F. W. Hunnicutt, Olie Barbero and Richard Dickerson. Only about five per cent of the 400,000 inhabitants of British Guiana are Europeans. 3-DAY SPECIAL ALL WOOL Stadium BLANKETS While They Last • SCOTTISH CLAN PLAIDS • 40x60 INCHES • HAND ROLLED FRINGE Svxum Scott 244 East Main St. Galesburg Her in on HERMON — Sunday visitors of Mrs. Feme Grice, Mrs. Loueila Roulh and Mrs. Martha Bryan were Mrs. Elizabeth Davis, Clancey Davis and son, Raymond, and Sharon Groene. Callers were Mr. and Mrs. Art Hanson, Sciota, and Mrs. Cclia Cozad, London Mills. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Bramlelt were entertained at Sunday dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bramlelt, Galesburg. Several of their other children were | callers there in the afternoon. They came home with Mr. and Mrs. Mylon Selph and had supper with them before coming to their home here. Miss Virginia Thompson of Galesburg visited on Saturday with her brother, Virgil, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman jSnell. Sunday callers of Mr. and Mrs. '.Joe Baker and family were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sharp of Cash, lArk., parents of Mrs. Baker; Mr. |and Mrs. William Sharp and Denims, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Courson [and family, of Abingdon. [ Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ray and family were Mr. and* Mrs. Bennie Risenhover, Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bale visited on Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sweitzer, near Lanark. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moler were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer, Pekin, Mr. and Mrs. Ogden Haynes and ! Jackie Sue, Mrs. Iva Mac Nelson and Mrs. Catherine Headley, Galesburg; Mrs. Mania Moler, London Mills, Mr. and Mrs. James Lockwood, Maquon, Mrs. Clara Pippitt and Mrs. Lena Pippitt, Abingdon; Cecil Shepard, Satanta, Kan. and Mrs. Lizzie Davis, Moline. Mrs. Catherine Headley attended .preaching services here Sunday jand is visiting with Mrs. Gertrude Routh and Mrs. Mildred Routh. She had dinner Monday in the Bliss-May home and called on other friends and relatives in Hermon. Jesse Baker and daughter, Leona, entertained at a family dinner in their home Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Flarra Cline, of DeLong, a sister of Mr. Baker. Mrs. Daisy Fielder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cline, Abingdon, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cline and Sammy, DeLong, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Baker, Carl and David, Hermon, attended the party. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS ENJOY THE BENEFITS OF VITAMIN-MINERAL FORTIFIED NON-FAT MILK! IF YOU ARE OVERWEIGHT IF YOU HAVE A NON-FAT DIET One quart of now Vitamin-Mineral fortified non-fat milk gives you the daily adult minimum requirements sf all these essential vitamins and minerals: Vitamins A, B1, B2, D, (niacin, iodine, iron, phosphorus and ^calcium! jAnd remember — if you're watching | your weight — you enjoy the non-fat ^benefits of skim milk, and at the same llime help assure your normal good | health with proper amounts of vita- jmins and mineralsl f> ! Good for youngsters, too. Especially those having difficulty handling fat content of regular whole milk. Vitamin-Mineral fortified low-fat milk is easily digested. And homogenized for better flavor. ORDER NOW! a VITA-HEALTH % Packaged in amber bottle to protect vitamins from sunlight. DAIRY losey at Whitesboro Phen* 4994 Famous Brands for BETTER FIT — BETTER WEAR - BETTER VALUE SPECIAL GIFT! Forney $ We Proclaim 169 Pap«r-MaU it OCTOBER 24 th TO 31 st VALUE • Bankers approve the great new "Paper-Mate" Pen. Guaranteed leak- proof — ink can't smear, can't transfer. Retractable point — always clean for use. GIVEN AWAY Yours without cost with the purchase of a Lakeland Coat or Jacket during Lakeland Week Oct. 24 -31 inclusive. You'll never know real outdoor fun until you protect yourself with a wonderful LAKELAND Jacket and get outdoors - comfortably! BEAVER BAY $16.95 Above BEAVER BAY JR. - built of^ water repellent, spot resist-% ant 15% Nylon Sheen Gab- - ardine — "Nylon Fluff" quilt lined — topped with a wooly Dynel collar. This coat is warmer and lighter than wool. Size 4 to 12. SIR TIPPER JR. $19.95 The boy with the wet snowball is out for fun in the all wool SIR TIPPER JR. This blizzard buster is quilt lined with Nylo-Fluff—has a Dynel fur collar and storm wristlets. Size 4 to 12. BOB WHITI $19.95 A bright wool jacket for • brisk winter day. The bold, white Nylon-fur collar is easily washable—dries quick­ s' ly. The warm quilt lining It 7 100% Nylo Fluff. It's won/ derfull Size 12 to 20. TWIN OAKS Prep $15.95 The happy lad on the right sports the reversible TWIN OAKS. Miracle Nylo-Sheen on one side—wool quilted Skinner Satin Twill on the other. Water repellent and mighty warm. Size 14 to 20. TWIN OAKS Senior $17.95 The handy, TWIN OAKS, short jacket comes in Dad's size, too, and he's crazy about it. Grand to use for every kind of weather—reverses for double wear. BOYS' DEER LODGE (Ai Pictured ••low) Size 12 to 20. $22.95 Husky sisas, $24.95 CAMPUS CLUB $29.95 Here's a handsome coatl All wool tweed with 4 big pockets, Nylo Fluff insulation, real leather buttons and a removable belt. Can be worn over your sport coat. DEER LODGE $27.95 The weather fighting sur- coat tops them all. The Nylon blended gabardine sheds snow, wind, rain and wear while the "Nylo Fluff" insulation and Dynel fur collar keeps you warm as toast. Mister, you'll love this coatl Famous Brands for BITTER FIT — BETTER WEAR - BETTER VALUE \

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