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The Dailv Register-Mail^ Galesbur Thursday. OeMbei 21 National Officer to Visit Moose Lodae Pcorfa Woman Speak* CJ sit -oY* Mr/i i"iM - j J r 42 ; ate: A class enrollment ceremony Sundky afternoon at 2to clock: by Galcsbtirtf Lodge 080, Loyal Order of Moose, will honor Ray V. Gibbons of Anderson, lnd.» junior supreme governor ol the fraternal organization. Mr. Gibbons, who will be present for the affair, has been a Moose member more than forty years, during which time he has served the order in a number of capacities. He has held offices in his home lodge, the Indiana State Moose Association as well as in the national organization. Plans for Sunday's ceremony were announced Wednesday night by LnVcrnc W. Johnson, governor, at the regular meeting of the Galcsburg Lodge. The class enrollment ceremony, with fhe Galcs­ burg degree staff exemplifying the ritual, will start at 2 o'clock. Candidates, members who attend the ceremony, and their ladies will be guests at a 5 o'clock dinner. A floor show and early evening entertainment will complete the day's activities. A dinner meeting for members of the lodge and prospective members will be held next Wednesday at 6:30 p.m., Johnson announced last night. Clyde Forshce, chairman of the entertainment committee, announced a floor show in connection with the dance parly Saturday night for members and guests. Music for the occasion will be by Patty's orchestra. Postmaster AdvU w to Laftiyelte WSCS La FAYETTE—The large meeting of WX.CS. was held Thursday afternoon at the church with over fifty present, Mrs, Lois White presided and Mrs. Earl Srtiilh led the devotions. During the business meeting the matter of fixing the Sunday School room in the basement was discussed. Plans for a meeting Nov. 26 were considered. The guest speaker, Mrs. Robert Whitfield, district president of the W.S.C.S. of Peoria, gave a talk on the work of the women in the organization. The hostesses, Anna Ruth Craig, Betty Craig, Edna Parrish, Bertha Hedges, Ora Goff and Ruth Brakcman served refreshments during the social hour. Galcsburg Host to Illinois Heart Association Meeting each 7' Ray Gibbens Daughter Born PRAIRIE CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Mings of Beloit are the par- of a daughter, Mona Lou, Don ents born October 15. They have a son, Allen. .Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Mings arc the grandparents. Early Yule Mailing Postmaster Dwight Bealty today compared October in the Galcs­ burg Post Office to what spring training is to a baseball team. "We're already flexing our muscles, swearing' in extra em­ ployes and getting ready for the Christmas rush hours. People planning to send gifts and Christmas cards should be bringing their address books up-to-date," he said. Parcel post for armed service personnel in Korea, Japan and the Abingdon Red Cross Workers Plan Drive for Blood Donors Another organized drive for the recruitment of blood donors for the Knox County Branch Regional Red Ci^oss Blood Center has been planned in Abingdon, station officials announced today. The Abingdon group's effort will be aimed to boost blood donor registrations next Wednesday when the center here in the People's Building will hold its weekly donor reception. Vernon Coats heads the Abingdon committee in charge'; — ;— of the drive P ay was marked as a decided Sixty-nine pints of blood werc.^^ess. Although the number of drawn .at the center receptioniPjnts of blood drawn totaled 69, Wednesday when Truro Township'^ 0 st - tlon recorded 90 donor reg- "Over 50 per cent of deaths! year are due to heart disease and rheumatic fever," said W. Warren F. Pcarcc, president of the Illinois Heart Association, at the Regional Clinical Conference held Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Hotel Custer. Dr. Pcarcc talked on the problem of the Illinois Heart Association, which is affiliated with the American Heart Association, and said that over half of the funds given to the association are used in support of research projects, lie told of the new drugs that have been discovered for the care of heart patients, of the widespread educational program being carried out in order that people who have heart disease may adjust their lives and live as normally as possible. Dr. Pearcc told of the community service given by the Heart Association and the aims of the national, state and local associations. Dr. B. E. Malstrom of Galcs­ burg was chairman of the afternoon session, during which various problems and developments relating to heart disease were presented by several Illinois doctors. To conclude the afternoon session a panel discussion was held, with Dr. John L. Bohan as moderator. Dr. Merrill C. Beecher of Knoxville, president of the Knox County Medical Society, presided over the evening session of the conference. r r * rn h t- .. * • J _ < DISCUSS PROBLEMS A few of the physi OF HEART DISEASE— who attended the Regional Clinical Conference of the Illinois Heart Association Wednesday in GaJesburg are pictured above. They are (seated left to right) Dr.. Merrill C. Beecher of Knoxville, president of the Knox County Medical Society; Dr. Warren F. Pearcc of Quincy, president of the Illinois Heart Association; Dr. Benjamin Pearlman, Chicago; (standing) Dr. Robert W. Elliott, Alton; Dr. John L. Bohan and Dr. B. E. Malstrom, both of Galesburg. tcring the full name, rank, service number, branch of service, organization and the Army or Navy post office through which, the mail is to be routed. Labels frequently fall off when exposed to moisture, he said, and advised printing directly on the Pacific islands should be mailed wrapping paper. Return address by Nov. 1. Articles addressed tojshould be included. Repeat them Europe or American possessions; bolh insidc on lhc mailing carton. will be delivered by Christmas if posted before Nov. 15, (3) Select a durable mailing carton of wood, metal or fibcrboard. Line it with newspapers to cushion any shock. Use a heavy wrapping paper and strong cord to prevent parcels breaking open. "It's particularly important," Beatty continued, "that an overseas address be correct and easy to read. Servicemen are on the move so much- that any additional delay may mean delivery after Christmas." To avoid any such disappointments, Beatty recommends let- Dr. D. G. Baughman OPTOMETRIST Room 410 Over Walgreen Drug Phone 3717-3 It's also a good idea to enclose a list of contents. "Do not open until Christmas" stickers may be attached. Place them where they won't obscure the address, Christmas cards are the bright spot in overseas mailing. They may be sent by air mail as late as Dec. 1. However, all overseas Christmas cards bearing 3-cent stamps .should be mailed by Nov. 15, Beatty said. The postmaster also pointed out: (1) Air parcels for overseas are limited to two pounds. At regular parcel post rates, the weight limit is 70 pounds. Packages may not exceed 100 inches in combined length and girth. (2) Foodstuffs such as fruitcakes, cookies and candy seem 'to be the most popular gifts for servicemen. Don't mail perishable items. Matches and lighter fluid are forbidden. Expensive gifts should be sent by registered math reg istra Hons. Club Promotes Project The general recruitment of do-f nors for this occasion was sponsored by the Wiiiiamsfield Lions Club, with J. Ross Baird as chairman, assisted by Wiley C. Reed, Mrs. Betty Blust, Mrs. Thomas Flynn, A. L. Doubet, Mrs. Donald Kncer and Mrs. Howard Coc. Dr, Franz Lcngh of Galesburg, Brotherhood of Firemen and Engineers, fruit juice and soup; Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church, fruit juice and soup; Abingdon Firemen's Auxiliary, 20 dozen of cookies and coffee; Lynn who represented the Knox CountyiUnit of the Knox County Home Bureau, 15 dozen of cookies; Dahinda Royal Neighbors Lodge, 20 the First Methodist Church hercj IT , „ , A# for contributions of fruit juice and Vmer Board Meets soup. The Usher Board of Bclhesda Other food gifts were acknowl-Baptist Church will meet at 7 edged as follows: [o'clock Saturday evening at the Sunshine Class of the Firstjhome of Mrs. Mary Lyons, 2301 Presbyterian Church, fruit juicejE. Main St. and soup; Coed Lodge 103 of the i The Weather LOCAL WEATHER OK Withdrawal WASHINGTON UP)— The Communications Commission has giveni approval to Brookwell Enterprises, owned by former Sen. and Mrs. 56 Medical Society, was the physician in charge of the donor reception, assisted by Mrs. Rivers dozen of cookies, and B and P W Sullivan, volunteer administrator of the center; Mrs. Charles Mc- Gec, volunteer director of nursing service, and volunteer nurses and lay staff. Registered as eighth time do-l nors and new members of the One- Gallon Club were Richard Burton, RFD 2, Abingdon; Richard L. Sandburg, 1521 Beecher Ave.; Hollo E. Brown, 956 N. Cedar St.; Mrs. Maude Kneer, Dahinda, and Albert Aldridge, 148 Walnut Ave. The club roster of members now totals 298. Make Peoria Trip The day's quota of blood for the Armed Forces was delivered to the Peoria Regional Center by Harold Stites and Allan Smith. In announcing a list of food gifts to the center's canteen during the week, the Circle of the Trinity Lutheran Church, fruit juice and soup. Give Credit for Work A large supply of diapers was contributed to the disaster closet of the chapter organization by the Women's Society of the First Baptist Church. Red Cross boosters who performed volunteer handyman work at the center during the past week were Bernard Godsii and £. C. Vallmer, of the Midwest Manufacturing Corp., who repaired the center's centrifuge, and E. E. Elwert, who was credited for extensive carpenter work on the station's facilities. List Other Donors Following is thfe list of other blood donor registrations Wednes- service cfatSnn Nineteenth time donor—Donald Aro, station E i kM C i ubt Daughter Born LaFAYETTE—News of a daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Lindstrom at Freeport came Saturday to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph De- Vrics at LaFayeltc. placements; Arlene Tabb, Williarns- field, American Legion; Mrs. Robert Elliott (Maquon) and Paul E. Howard, Red Cross; Lloyd Blust, Dahinda, replacement; Mrs. Agnes Penn, Abingdon, All Souls Church, Abingdon; J. R. Ensley Wiiiiamsfield, American Legion: Gregg Meyer, replacement; Edward Scott, Moose Lodge; Mrs. Phil Linn, Armed Forces, and J. W. Addis, replacement. Noon reading, Hi: morning's low» t . , „ . , T1I . , Cloudy, wjnd «ouihcr)y t no precipJta-jL. Wayland Brooks Of Illinois, TO tion. (Wednesdays maximum. 82; mini- withdraw its application for TV mum, 58.) Sun rose today at 0:19 a. m.jifhannol 8 nf Ponrin Til nets at 5:10 p. rn. Morning stars, Mars,i Un * nnei 0 at , 1 e0 ™ a ' 1U * .. Venus and Jupitef; evening stars, Mer- There are two Other applications cury and Saturn, for the channel. I READ THE WANT ADS ILLINOIS: Partly cloudy tonight and;cr!y winds 6-12 mph. shifting to west- Friday A few scattered showers south-.'crlv uear 15 mph. Friday, west and west central tonight andj G AXES BURG AND VICINITY; Part- south and east Friday. Cooler north }y cloudy tonight and Friday. A fcwl and west central Friday and extreme; scattered showers tonight. Cooler Fri- northwest tonight. Low tonight 45-50: day. Low tonight 50. High Friday 72. northwest, 50-60 soutn and east. High. Low Friday night 44. Friday 65-75 north, 74-84 south. IOWA: Mostly fair and cooler tonight preceded by a few showers extreme east this evening. Tciday partly; cloudy and cooler. Low tonight 38-44: west, 44-48 cast. High Friday 54-58; northwest, 58-63 southeast. j CHICAGO AND VICINITY: Mostly fair and unseasonably warm today. Partly cloudy with chance of a show-; er late tonight or early Friday. Not so warm Friday. Low tonight 58. High Friday 75. Low Friday night 46. South- RIVER STAGES Dubuque—7.3 0.0. Davenport—3.y rise 0.1. BurlinKton~7.3 0.0. Keokuk—2.5 fall 0.4. LaSalJe—10.7 0.0, Peoria—11.8 fall 0.1. Havana—5.6 rise 0.3, Beardstown—9.3 rise 0.1. Grafton—14.8 rise 02. St. Louis—minus 0.4 rise 0.1. St. Charles—10.2 0.0. company GALESBURG LOW VERY FIR SI TIME WATCH WITH BLE ft**** DOWN WEEKLY 7 I in I V credited Circles 1» 2, 4, 6 and 9 ofl Seventeenth—Berwyn Mummey, Abingdon, Gale Products. Fifteenth—Jack Gregory, Butler Mfg. Co. Twelfth—Kenneth Miller, Dahinda, Red Cross; Max L. Christy, Dohm Transfer Co.; O. F. Barbero, C. B. & Q. R. R., and Donald Breitweiser, Galesburg News Agency. Eleventh—Miss Marguerite Young, First Christian Church; Mrs. Leonard Meiine, Red Cross; John A. Gallher, Mohammed Shrine of Peoria, and Duane Hendricks, Oneida, replacement. Tenth—Leo F. Truchon, Butler Mfg, Co., and Robert McLaughlin, Knox County Bar Association. Ninth—Mrs. Dorothy Currens, Bethel Baptist Church; Philip Steinfeldt, Ki-I wants Club, and J. R. Brown, and! Mrs. Duane Hendricks (Oneida), re-: placements. Seventh—Mrs. Dohald Fay, Naval Reserve Unit 9-20; Mrs. Harold Wilt, Knoxville, American Legion Auxiliary; Mrs. James Millen, Rio, Red Cross: Francis Watkins, First Christian, Church and Mrs. Louise Manworren.i replacement. i Sixth—Victor Dean, Laura, Butler [ Mfg. Co.; Mrs. Francis Rippel, Red Cross, and Mrs. Audrey Dahleen, Farnham School P, T. A, Fifth—Jack L, Carlton, Butler Mfg. Co.; Loren Howard, Knoxville, Midwest Mfg, Corp.; Robert Mariner ( Red Cross; V. E. Secrest Jr., and Harold Becker (Knoxville), replacements, and Roney Phillips, Red Cross. Mark 4th Visit Fourth—Robert Barstow, Wagoner Printing Co.; LeRoy Rouland, replacement; Prof. Hermann Muelder, Knox College; Mrs. Kenneth Holmes, Wataga, Wataga Senior Woman's Club; Mrs. G. W. Landin, Oneida, First Lutheran Church; Mrs, Guy Davis, Williamsfield, Elba Township; Mrs. Clarence Blake, replacement; Mrs. John Sieg, Dahinda, Armed Forces: Mrs, Jeanette Swickard, Grace Episcopal Church; Mrs. Mary F. Johnson, DeMolay Mothers; Tommy Zefo, replacement; Emmanuel Padlila, Red Cross, and Mrs. Helen Powell, Rio, replacement. Third—Mrs. Jack Northrup and W. E. Rowley, replacements; Jack Isles, Mrs, Wilson Plym and Wiley C. Reed, of Wiiiiamsfield, Truro Twp. Day; £. B. McKay, Knoxville, replacement; J. Ross Baird, Wiiiiamsfield, Lions Club; Albert L. Palmiter, Red Cross; Charles B. Smith, Curry Airport; H. W. Upp, Red Cross; James F, Parrish, Lions Club, and Frank Wells, Red Cross. Second — Kenneth J. Dimond, Red Cross; Mrs. Andy Morss, replacement; Daryl Huber, Will tarns fie Id, Truro Township Day; Mrs. Catherine Grablll, First Baptist Church; Harry Harrison, Midwest Mfg. Corp.; James Powell, Rio, replacement; Miss Shirley Arnold, O. T, Jphnson Co., and James Norberg, replacement. First—William A. Howell. Mrs. Minnie Emkin (Laura), Miss Shirley Settle (Wiiiiamsfield) and Karl G. Reed, Truro Twp. Day; Fred DeWaele, replacement; Clair Larson. Red Cross; Heneley Dalton and Robert Hoyt. re- wrinkle-free fit! 28 sizes! Famous "Baby Label made of wonderful Lumite Woven Plastic Regular $0^95 ecia urc based to sell for STYLES TO FIT ALL THESE CARS AND MORE! 2 -Door Sedans: (Coaches and Club Coupes or Sedanette) 4 -Door Sedans; t A WHJBA S*ff9*tMI ALL THESE FINE FEATURES PLUS A JEWELED LEVER MOVEMENT! t STAINLESS STEEL BACK SWEEP SEGONO HAND Bulek, '3T, '31, U0-'4|, 51, 'S2, '53 Plymouth, '35-'S3 N»ih, '37-'39, '«-'53 Mercury, '39-'M Packard, *50-'53 Ford, '40, '4*-'S3 Studtbakar, '47-'52 Oldsmoblla, '37, '31, '40-'53 Chrysler, *37-'3l. '41-*53 DeSoJo, •»- , 3», '4K53 Oodga, '37-'3S, '41-*53 Chavrolet, '31-'53 Pontlac, '40-'33 Cadillac, 'il-'V Hudaon, '3|-'33 Kalsar, '51-'53 Buick, '4i-*4«, '3I-'i3 Nash, '41-'4I ( '41-51 Btd Typa OldiraobiU, '4l.'H Ponliac, *35-'M Ford, '35-'M M»rcury, *33-'53 Hud*on, '33-'S9 Plymouth, '35-53 Dodga, '35-'53 Studabaker, '47**31 DtSolo, '49-'53 Chryaler, '3S-'53 KaUar, '47-'50 A I 4 aw ^1952 * ANTI-MAGNETIC MOVEMENT LUMINOUS Figures and Hands' WATER-RESISTANT, OUST PROOF CASE i MUTUAL Ha»vy OMty pl**tic Mly covari »•*'* mm .•-TV ELLIS 219 Etii Main 8tr»et |««ft««l«W«l*«««i*aV««aVa||«*a«»lBW««l I ELLIS JEWELERS, 319 £. Mala Sirt.J I fWaia HMI wm ol Htfu Kn« it«fW4-lt*»r awvtawnt »«t^M ioMM«lat«lr* iMlfMil k my f M4tr wa«r Uf 9 ~• Chats* T# M» A4«»«a» Q 3*«* C0J> w Aftpaita art XONI Gleaning; WINDOW CLEANING, WALL WASHING, FLOOR SCRUBBING and WAXING. General JtnitorUI Service, 35 Notiom DapaHmtitf, St ft Floor FREE ESTIMATES Giletburg - DUI $277*4 580 $. Firnhem St. Chicago - Di#l SU 7-8456 350 N. Cltrk St. lorry, tfo Cwrtlblti iUtian Waaon*. Hard Top Coov«rtibia* tx Caii WUh Caaltr Arm RaalJi. AT UNDSTHOM'S Great Albums LIBER ACE Liberace At The Piano An Evening With Liberace Liberate By Candlelight $2.94 on 45 $3.00 on 331/3 $4.35 on 78 LIBERACE Singles at 89c The Story of Three Loves Maiden's Wish Samba I'm Loved I'd Never Forgive Myself I Don't Care I Miss You So Popular Hits I SEE THE MOON I JUST WANT YOU —The Mariners HEY, JOEI SITTIN' IN THE SUN —Frankie Laine YOU YOU YOU NO OTHER LOVE —Ken Griffin ISTANBUL HARMONY BROWN —Four Lads CHICKA-BOOM CLOUD LUCKY SEVEN -Guy Mitchell IN THE MISSION OF ST. AUGUSTINE NO STONE UNTURNED —Sammy Kaye EBB TIDE YAH DEAR! -Ken Griffin CHOO CHOO TRAIN THIS TOO SHALL PASS AWAY —Doris Day TENDERLY BLUES IN THE NIGHT —Rosemary Clooney I WONT BE HOME NO MORE YOU COULD BE MY LOVE —lu Ann Sims WAIT TILL THE SUN SHINES NELLIE DON'T TELL ME THE SAME THINGS —Arthur Godfrey BLOWING WILD ANSWER ME, LORD ABOVE —Frankie lain* CRYING IN THE CHAPEL OHI -Ken Griffin POOR LITTLE PIGGY BANK LET'S GO FISHIN' —Jimmy Boyd and Frankie Laine RAGS TO RICHES HERE COMES THAT HEARTACHE AGAIN —Tony Bennett SATISFACTION GUARANTEED WHO'LL BUY MY HEARTACHES —Carl Smith THICK AND THIN FOREVER IS TOO LONG TO BE ALONE —Little Jimmy Dickens HOPELESS LOVE THEN I'LL COME BACK TO YOU -Lefty Frinell SING ME SOMETHING SENTIMENTAL AT THE END OF A LONG, LOVELY DAY -Marty Robbins DO I LIKE IT TRADEMARK -Carl Smith Tune in "LINDSTROM'S RECORDS" WGH 9:35 to 11 A.M. Every Sunday. J —^-a> . , . . and thouundft of «thar« in our afock, tha Urgttt and most eompJala In WtitSfO Illinois* UNDSTHOM'S HADIO ft EECORO EEAOQUAB1SE8 FIRST IN T6UVISION • _ r IU % MAIN ) ft

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