Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1953 · Page 14
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4- mttAMsWELD - We Odd- mMtififg of thfe American L± i&m Amum m* uia at the home of Mrs. Donald Rater; Thtere Were 19 members present and a guest, Mfistef Robin Derry. President Mrs. John Welch appointed Mrs. W. A. Hahn, Mrs. James H. German, Mrs. Edmond Anderson, Mb.'0. B. Gray and Miss Gloria German as a committee tohich served dinner Sunday to the Legionnaires while they were working on their new building. the menu committee for the December county meeting, which will be held in Williamsfield. will report at the next meeting. This committee is composed of Mrs. Nora Gibson, Mrs. Roland Tucker rind Mrs. W. A. Hann. Also at that time the finance committee will submit the budget for the year fdt approval. Mrs. Lloyd Blust, Mrs. Wiley Reed aftd Mrs. John Pierson are members of this committee. Mrs. Kenneth Whittaker reported 39 paid members to date. Mrs. Walter Mattherson was welcomed as a new member. The president announced the hostess committees for November, Mrs. Edmond Anderson, Mrs. Herman Niebuhr, Mrs. Eldrid Mackie and Mrs. I. F. Daub. The meeting closed in* regular form and refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Kneer, Mrs. Joe Smith, Mrs. Edna Stewart and Mrs. Arline Tabb. Join Brownies Nineteen girls and their mothers met recently to organize a new Brownie Scout Troop for seven-year old girls. The time was spent playing games and visiting. It was decided WHICH YOU WANT? SIDE GLANCES By Calbrnilb see ° ur Hn KODAK U P of CAMELS i KODAK TOURIST u m 1 t'L-d KODAK ,( l couldn't bear being engaged to a man for 12 years yet father insists I finish school and go through college!" &G3 0 KODAK CAMERA '"expensive reflex.f ««7*" - *' BROWNIE HAWKEYE CAMERA M00 j t Modern box camera with built- flash. Takes grand color and black-and-white pictures-12 per roll. $7.20. in snaps We gladly offer you all of the above cameras on our TRIAL GUARANTEE PLAN ... and we'll show you how to use the camera of your choice to get best results. BOB COLVILLE BILL FOLEY MIDWEST PHOTO SERVICE 158 North Broad Phone 6474-6 to meet every other Tuesday afternoon, the first few meetings to be held at the Grade School. New Brownie Scouts are Pamela Sieg, Janet Myers, Karen Cole, Karen Doubet, Luan DoubeU Sandra Stewart, Janie Rose Baird, Sandra DeDonker, Carole Carter, Shirley Huffman, Louise Lewis, Bonnie Welch, Doris Yelm, Jo* anne King, Beverly Fuller, Kay Malone, Nina Sue Spencer, Christine Huber, Janet Pierson and Peggy Ott. Refreshments were served by the Scout leaders, Mrs. Arline Tabb and Mrs. John Rice. The next meeting will be Oct. 27. Note Birthday Linda Tabb was 4 Thursday and in observance, her mother, Mrs. Arline Tabb, entertained a group of Linda's little playmates and their mothers, A happy playtime was enjoyed after which Linda opened the birthday g'tfts from her friends. Refreshments were served to Karen Sue Thornton, Milton Ray and Ruby Kay Spencer, Dickie Smith, Jan Walkup, June Ella Gale, Donnie Carpenter, Jean and Sally Vallas, Peggy and Keith Likes, Mrs. K. W. Thornton, Mrs. Rolld'nd Spencer, Mrs. Joe Smith, Mrs. John Walkup, Mrs. Spiro Vallas, Mrs. Phillip Likes, Greg Kneer and Reggie Whittaker. The last two boys joined the party alter school time. Kenton KENTON—The October meeting of the Kenan Kummunity "Klub was held in the Oliver home. A potluck supper was enjoyed followed by 'a social evening. Members of the Literary Thursday Club attended the 25th anniversary of the club Thursday at a banquet held in the American Legion Home in Galesburg. Mrs. Nettie Hall and Mrs. Lowell Hall and son, Clair, of Monmouth spent Saturday afternoon here. Mrs. Violet Oliver and Mrs. Paul Gustafson and children, Ricky, Robert and Paula, of Galesburg were Sunday afternoon callers here. New Windsor NEW WINDSOR — Mrs. Thefon Teygert and Miss Lois Thorp Attended the wedding of Barbara Guthrie and Duane Rusch at Aledo Saturday morning. Roy Johnson left Monday for a visit with relatives and friends at Darling, Wis. Mrs. Bessie Garrett, Mrs. Guy Leonard, Mrs. Rachel Thomas, Mrs. C. C. Mead and Mrs. Ernest C. Johnson were Galesburg visitors on Monday. Dean Briggs of Alpha has purchased the Vern Anderson farm and will move his family here when the Anderson family moves to New Richmond, Wis. about Nov. 1. Mr. and Mrs, Carlton Taylor of Rock Island were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson Sunday. Mrs. Emma Anderson ehtered the Rock Island County rest home on Sunday. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Rundquist were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cassidy of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. W. H. Rundquist of Rock Island. Walter McNeil of East Moline, Mr. ana Mrs. Eugene McNeil, daughters Patty, Karen and Sandra, of Orion, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stevenson and daughter of Peoria were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon McNeil. T )iane Henrickson and Diane Rice became new members of the Brownie Scouts on Saturday. The troop met at the home of the leader, Mrs. Ocile Eubanks. Plans were completed for a wiener roast which will be held on Halloween. The next regular meeting will be Nov. 7. Are You a Poor Sleeper? due to acid indigestion? Average length of a railroad car is 72 feet Chafed Skin Smarting misery, amazingly relieved when medicated Resinol— rich in lapu>li*-~lM applied to cha/ed skin. Lubricates, medicates, helps to heal. Bathe tender skin with mild Resinol Soap. 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