Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1953 · Page 13
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The Daily Register-Mail, Galcsburg, 111. Wednesday, October 21, 1953, 13 Elmwood High Homecoming Activities Set ELMWOOD - -The Elmwoorl Trojans are scheduled to meet the Princevillo Princes on the home field Friday, (or ECHS's Homecoming game. At 'he half lime the candidates for queen will be driven down the field and also a demonstration will be put on by the school band. The senior class Is sponsoring the festivities that will begin with a pep rally, bonfire and snake dance Thursday night. The climax of the Homecoming will be a dance held in the gymnasium from 10 to 12 p.m. The music will be furnished by "Woodies" Orchestra". During intermission the King and Queen, selected, from the senior class, will be crowned. Korea, with 30 million people is the 12th most populous nation In the world says the National Geographic Society. FWlSOFT PLASTIC GIVES TIGHT FIT TO OLD PLATES Eaict Sore Gumi! Mlricle toft plastic Snui Denture Cuihlom work wonders! 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The 1953 payment will be made as part of the 2001h anniversary of the founding of the town. Oneida ONEIDA—Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bowman and Paul were in Bloom ington Saturday to attend the Mid west Regional meeting of National Model Railroaders. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kemp of Enid, Okla. are visiting at the home of their son and family, Mr and Mrs. Jerry Kemp and Danny Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lingwall ac companied Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nelson of Altona to Rochester, Minn., this week. Mrs. Hannah McMaster is visiting at the home of her daughter in Kansas City, Mo. Over two hundred people were served at the annual supper anri bazaar In the Ontario Church last week. Several people from out of B1GGSVILLE GOOD NEIGHBORS—Using 16 corn pickers, neighbors of Dick Wilbur, who is ill, harvested 80 acres of corn Tuesday morning at his farm south of Blggsville. Lunch was served by the American Legion Auxiliary with food donated by friends and neighbors. Mr. Wilbur is in the foreground at the right. Those helping included Earl Milligan, Ken Oaks, Russet Sanderson, Virgil Miller, Dale Rawhouser, Emory Anderson, Arch Seymour, Lorcn Miller, Phil and Bill Bigger, Bernard Dcnlcy, Art Boyer, Claude Rcnwick, Charles Baldwin, Herman Renard, Emil Sanson, Clarence McCormlck, Walt Hcndrickson, Dale Peck, Dave Hill, Harold Lipes, S Jacobs, Dick Work, Howard Fanchcr, Charles Dietrlck, Neil McVey, Jess Brewer, Kenneth Stevenson, John Osborn, James McClelland, Les Perdcw, Will Slaglc, Roger Siens, Cummings McVey, Bob Jamison, Pete Jensen, Harold Hughes, Marshall Gibb, Andy Melvin, John Hickman, Van Meyer, II. H. Switzer, Fred Burrus, Francis Gibb and Frank Whitcman. Son Born STRONGHURST—Mr. and Mrs, Earl Pogue of Mcdi i are the par ents of a son born Monday in a Burlington hospital. Mrs. Pogue is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Berlin Steinberg of Stronghurst. For croupy COUgnS thousands of mothers hail PERTUSSIN PERTUSSIN's fast-acting formula works internally to relieve coughs of colds andloosen sticky phlegrn.It'Bso safe and effective thousands of doctors have prescribed PERTUSSIN. 111 Art Baker. Movie and TV Star, says/It's A Cinch!" "The shoe is on the other 'Baker'!" recently remarked Alice, wife of Art Baker, as she smiled and sniffed appreciatively as Art made a cake. "It's a Cinch," said Art, "with Cinch Cake Mix. I can add a cup of water SMS&* S» as well as anyone and make a scrumptious cake." And, that's all there is to it; you simply add a cup of water to Cinch Cake Mix, stir lightly and bake. Only with Cinch Cake Mix is this true, because Cinch contains all quality ingredients—even country-best eggs and extra- grade milk-right in each package. For perfect cakes every time-try Cinch. Four flavors: White, Golden, Spice and Devil's Fudge. All leading grocers stock Cinch. Try an easy- to- make Cinch cake today. -ADV. town took advantage of the nice weatKer to enjoy the supper and bazaar booths. Visiting at the Guy McMaster home this week are Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Moad of Emmettsburg, Iowa. Not many can be doctors, but all can be Chest specialists, by supporting the Community Chest Mrs. Moad is a sister of Mrs. Master. Mc- 1954 CORONADO S AN «, C0R0NAD021" "York" Table Model Television • Glareproof Picture—Safety Glatt • 6* P.M. Speaker Built-in Antenna Hardwood cabinet with beautiful green "wood spray" finish. Tele-Lok Super Cascode Tuner. U. L Approved. M.25 For WMk Payable Monthly M No Money Down TV prices Include Excise Tax— One Year Warranty on Parti, Picture Tube and Receiving Tubei. •If Trade-in Equals 10%. 2r '*0 &nZke£& 13.00 Par Wttk Payablo Monthly • No Money Down f) Powerful Chassis, Cascade Tuner • Built-in Antenna, 10" Speaker Mahogany veneered cabinet adds beauty to any room. 10' speaker. Tilted safety glass stops glare. 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If it's warm just zip-out the lining and, presto! your heavy coat is light enough. Soft looking! Bright colors! Rayon lined! Knit collars! Knit cuffs! Styled right! Boys' sizes 10-18! GIRLS' NEW SUEDE JACKETS $ 12 75 So handsome looking for school and play. Pick one now from a large selection of colors! Take it with you or put it on layaway. Come choose from a wide variety of patterns and colors. You'll marvel at the tiny pried tags on these outstanding values. You too can have the latest styles at such a low, low price! And—if you don't need it just now, you can make a small down payment and hold it on layaway until you're ready. Sizes 7-14. V

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