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Friday. October 23. 1953 By Jimmy Hatlo ITell Engagement of •SlbrSME G4N IN TME OLD 1-0(3* 44* flur nm /MISTERTS BARN IS BfcANO NEW-WITU EVERy UATESrf 6AD6ET tME UVESTOCK*** ^ IMPROVEMENTS? WW AT CX) WE NEED WtlW 1/WPfeMSMENTS? ir Boue^r Vex) A ^ NEW WASMBDH-ER ,1 DIDNT X ? Ne w Wiftdsor NEW WINDSOR— Gilbert Johnsoh, John W. Peterson, Arnbld Roquet and John Meyers were named on a committee to plan the annual Christmas party for the children of the community, at a dinner meeting of the New Windsor Business Men's Association Monday evening, Walter Nelson, vice president, presided. The Woman's Missionary Society served the dinner to 33 members of the association at the Presbyterian Church parlors. Make Plans The Girl Scouts made plans at their meeting Saturday for a Halloween party on Oct. 30. They met at the home of Kathryn Walsten. The group camped out Saturday night at the home of the leader, Mrs. Robert Lavender. The next meeting will be field at the home of Nanette Oberg. 4 H Meeting Jon Petrie spoke on silage and Lane Petrie about fertilizer at the meeting of the New Windsor Live- the home of the leadeI% Carl John f nfM _ stock 4-H club Monday evening in soflt There were n members and lLOmax V GOT TUB OCX'S: 73 A * ft' £31 QOftt KNOW WMOSE WORLD ©-BUT 'TAIMT4 fife Former Oquawka Man OQUAWKA — Mrs. Roy Green has rpceived word of the engagement of Miss Catherine Ann Patterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John N. Patterson of Saratoga Springs, N. Y., to her son, A 2/C Charles Gray. The wedding date has been set for Nov. 8 at Saratoga Springs. Charles is a former Oquawka resident and attended Gladstone-Oquawka High School. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1950. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R, Shorts and daughter of Waukegan were Sunday dinner guests of his par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shorts. Mrs. Flora Brouse of Monmouth spent Sunday with her sister, Miss Marie Fliege. Mrs. Lottie Parsons entertained as her guests Mrs. Mabel Schell and daughter, Mrs. I)on James at dinner, Sunday fn Dallas City. In the afternoon, they enjoyed a conducted tour through historical|tive representative, parked his big Not a Safe Place NEW YORK (UP)~Vfct0f P, Condello, New York City's legisla- buildihgs in Nauvoo. Mr. and Mrs, Allan McOlgan and daughter, Susan, of Galesburg were Sunday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harry McOlgan. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Krukow of Davenport spent the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. George Cochran. Don James and daughter, Joy Ann, spent Sunday with his parents in Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Mclntire of Mo line were visitors of Mrs. Logan's sister. Mrs. Arlington Gittings. Saturday. black sedan in front of City Jfall Thursday while he visited Mayor Vincent Impellitteri. When Condello walked out he discovered hfs automobile had been stolen. IS .» 1 f 0*7 ft Greatest "EHGMERED-FORCOMFORT Achievement Since The Advent of Automatic Gas Heat! tf th» Republic GAS CONVERSION BURNER three new members present. The projects for the season were discussed and it was decided to have 10 cent dues at each meeting for club activities, such as swimming parties. There will be awards for attending each meeting and a light lunch will be served. Games were played and lunch served by Mrs. Johnson. The next meeting will be at the home of Ronnie Streeter, Nov. 16. New members are welcome. A report on projects will be given at a later date. Set Men's Day Men's Day will be observed at a special service Sunday at 11. at the Presbyterian Church. Curtis McAtee will be in charge. Percy Thomas and Lynn Keim will bring messages and other men will assist in the service. Gets Transfer Wayne Falline is being transferred as bulk salesman for Standard Oil Company to Woodhull to replace Alvin Bodeen. Mr. and Mrs. Bodeen plan to move to Milan and manage a grocery store. LOMAX—Mrs. Edna Tate is a visitors in. the N. J. Boecker home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and Vicki of Burlington and Mr. and medical patient in the BurlingtonjMrs. Junior Hedges and daughter Hospital. Mrs. Lloyd Sparrow and Mary Ellen Rogers underwent tonsil operations in the Burlington Hospital. Earl Rogers has returned home after being a medical patient in the Burlington Hospital for a few days. Mrs. Eldon Roberts of Dallas City and Mrs. Ruth Shanks were recent visitors in the William Worrell home at Table Grove. Mrs..Erma Jean Jolley surprised her daughter on her birthday byjher son in Los Angeles, Calif. inviting her school class to a party of Dallas City were Sunday visitors in the J. A. Hedges home. Mrs. and Mrs. Urban Logan and Mr. and Mrs, Ray Mclntire of Moline spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Mollie Dowell. Mrs. Dow- 11 ell accompanied them home for a visit. Benhie Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Cox, underwent an appendicitis operation in the Burlington Hospital Sunday, Mrs. Frances Spiker is visiting HEATING COMPANY 76 N. Seminary Ph. 3084-6 Magnesium is never found by itself, but always in combination with other elements. at the school basement. A number of women went to the home of Mrs. Cora Shultz and surprised her on her birthday by spending the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Boeddeker and Dorothy of Warsaw and Mrs. Eldon Roberts of Dallas City were Sunday visitors in the Guy Shanks home. The Boeddeker family and Mrs. Ruth Shanks spent Sunday afternoon in the George Moore home near LaHarpe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wells and daughter of Stronghurst and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Boecker and children of Burlington were Sunday About 54 per cent of households own autos. Canada HEY EVERYBODY! Wo jre «*5 near as your telephone (o* pie^c options And drug ifecm "GO WEST" FOR Free Delivery Phone 1437-6 or 8-1909 WEST DRUG CO , INC. mostly regarded as routine job of a gas-meter reader. the Jrn from )d their The cry of "gasman" by meter ^^^j ^^^^mgmiUions of hom^s the be- ile once shopping for the northern J battered, and said, taking These islan said, taking) ds any voice* surprising ni i making the bombs and s ed to the d©^; possessions to sure the news-making it first its kind in Galesburg! I* OPEN SUNDAY 2-9 P.M. OCTOBER 2-9 P.M. DURING WEEK TILL NOVEMBER t •A i tm *4 Mi mm FLORENCE AVE. & YATES ST. t 8<i Built Middlewest Homes 203 Bank of Galesburg > t 1315 Brown Ave. with the assistance of these contractors; Ready-Mixed Concrete by Builders Supply Co. Electrical Work by Earl Haskins Electric 600 E. Main St. Phone 4155 120 W. Main St. Phone 1932-6 I Plumbing Installed by Youngren Plumbers Phone 1992-6 Gutter Work and Heating by Melton Heating & Sheet Metal 393 S. Chambers - Phone 7722-4 Paint by Pittsburgh Pittsburgh Plate Glass Co. - Phone 4255 247 E. Main St. All Floor Tile by Jasperson-Palntgren FLOOR COVERINGS 437 E. Main St. Phone 8 -1596 mm.' Co. Xpi l 71 but IOM a Our Congratulations to Middlewest Homes on this handsome 3-bedroom home! About half of all employed persons in the United States use theif cars to help them earn a living, 1 READ THE WANT AOS BUY 100 TaMiU 49* St.Joseph SfUl ASPIRIN GALfcSBURG UUNDROM Mam «M Ote«« #Mone mi LAUNDERETTE timmone entf Wet* tta. SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY Open Monday and Tuesday 7 A. M. ' 8 P. M. Wednesday thru Saturday 7 A. M. • 5 P. M. hurry •.. only a few days of OLD RANGE ROUND-UP are left •.. don't miss your chance. Here are 2 great range values plus the most generous trade-in offer you'll see for another year! Don't wait—these ranges were specially designed and manufactured for the Illinois Power Company and when they're gone therell be no more at this low price. Act now—come in and see these new models while you can—you won't see values like these until Old Range Round-Up time comes 'round again! 4 Here is smart, compact styling combined with brilliant cooking performance. Here are features you've always wanted—back panel lighting; electric minute-minder for center simmer burners; automatic top light burners; easy to clean procelain exterior, oven and broiler, convenient storage space for pots and pans. Get yours now—dress up your kitchen—make meal preparation easier for years to come! $ 5 00 DOWN Balance in 36 months HARDWICK GAS RANGE With the new Equa Flo oven burner, the Hardwick distributes live, hot flame evenly throughout the entire oven. It has a reputation among owners as the finest baking oven they have ever seen. The exterior is of beautiful white porcelain, made with acid-resistant titanium that stays white. Center simmer burners, electric light, and plenty of storage space for pots and pans. See the Hard* wick now at this special price! $ 00 DOWN Balance in 36 months WILL M For the next two weeks, in order for you to take advantage of our old Range Roundup Sale. 284 E. Simmons St. Phone 4261 4 4

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