Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 23, 1953 · Page 11
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Opei Prairie City ns Water stem Drive OUT OUR WAY PRAIRIE GITY — The Prairie City Village Board opened a drive Saturday for application signers on the proposed water system project. Five dollars was col lected with each application to be Applied later on first two months water bill If the project goes through. There is no reason to doubt but that it will go through as two -thirds of the quota of 140 signers have already been received. Those who live elsewhere but own property in Prairie City are being contacted and it is hoped that the drive can he completed by this Saturday night. Those who do not avail themselves of the opportunity to sign up at. this time but wait until the water mains arc installed, will find that they will have to pay $80 for a curb stop. The village board has a scheduled meeting for Monday night when representatives of bonding companies will be present. Water shortage in Prairie City grows more critical each day and it is felt by many that the shortage will prevail for many months even though rains do come. Other communities are being faced with the same problem it has been reported. Never before in the history of the town have so many people been forced to save every CA1L0U5ES To relieve painful cnllounw, burn- InKor tendornrawnn bollomorfcet and remove callouncH —get Uinec thin, toothing, cushioning patla. D- r Scholls lino pads bit of water as they are doing at the present time. Pays Fine Bill Cromer, cast of Prairie City, was arrested and fined for reckless driving on the state highway south of town. Bill Campbell of Bushnell, special deputy, made the arrest and Cromer was brought before Justice of Peace Zclma Dixon and fined $5 and costs. Note Birthday Charles "Chucky" Dixon celebrated his fifth birthday on Saturday afternoon with a party. Helping Chucky celebrate were Manus Balagna, Larry Thurman, David and Amie Freburg, Dennis and Maureen Fayhce, Carroll Bible, Januinta, Davjd and Lee Sorrells and Allen Rose. Games were played with Patricia, his sister helping out. Birthday cake and New Floor Care Ends Waxing One of the most difficult jobs of housekeeping Is to keep linoleum and asphalt tile floors waxed and gleaming. Now, thanks to Glaxo, it is no longer necessary to wax and scrub. All you do is apply Glaaxo with a brush about twice a year. It maintains a high lustre, non slip coating that seals out dirt Glaxo dries in one hour and is water clear. It's cheaper than wax in the long run, besides saving a terrific amount of work, plus truly a beautiful floor. Glaxo is available at Kellogg Drake & Co. ice cream were served and each received black cat favors. Club Meets Mrs. Perlc Fisher entertained the Silent Eight Club in her home Wednesday Oct. 21 with a dinner and a pleasant afternoon of visit ing. Elect Cheerleaders At Winola Junior High NEW WINDSOR — The follow- 1 ing cheerleaders have been elected for Winola Junior High School: ninth grade, Joan Myers, Marigene Johnson, Cynthia Gustafson and Sandra Smith; eighth grade, Joydine Rogers and Carole Cooper; seventh grade, Mary Jean Schaechter and Geneta Maynard. Student Council officers and members are: president, Joan Myers; vice president, David Hood; secretary and treasurer, Pat Plunkett; and other members, Mary Jean Schaechter and Mary Elizabeth Elas. Biggsville BIGGSVILLE—Mr. MfJ MM. J. M. Kilgore, Mrs. Genevieve Cole and Max, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Kin- «er, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Blaif and children, Mrs. Lela Morris, Mr and Mrs. Earl Morris, attended a polluck dinner in the home of Mrs. Maude Lyons of Roseville Sunday which was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Lusk of Hutchinson, Kan. Mrs. Lusk is the formef Ethel Wcstlako of Biggsvllle. Raymond Rcnard and Wayne Griffitts, employes of BurkeltE,' local International Harvester dealer, attended a dinner given by the company at Peoria Monday evening. Twenty-eight relatives and friends held a farewell dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Verley Nunn at their home on Sunday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Boulton, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mullin and family of Mount Union, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Donnell, Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond West and family, Media; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carmcan and grandson, Larry, Stronghurst; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boulton and family, Dickie Wil bur, Laura Mae Nunn and Mr. and Mrs. Verley Nunn and Paul Ray Mr. and Mrs. Nunn expect to leave for Pueblo, Colo, the last of this week. Mrs. Margaret McCartney and Mrs. Oscar Nelson spent Thursday of last week in Monmouth with Mrs. G. E. Eaton and helped her celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCartney of Rock Island spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Margaret McCartney. Mr. and Mrs. Preston jMcCartnoy and family of Burlington wrre Sunday visitors in the same home. Mr. and Mrs. William Kessinger' and family of Woodhull spent the wcckrnd with Mrs. Kessinger's sis- tor, Mrs. Charles Shook and family. Mrs. Lucy Shook is visiting in SfronKhursl with Mrs. Mary Shook. Mrs. Jessie Gibb has returned homo after visiting with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brokaw, at Alcdo. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Friday, October 23, 1953 11 Pays Fine Robert Ford of Bushnell paid a fine of $5 and costs, totaling $9, before Justice of the Peace Earl Barclay at. Macomb Wednesday on a charge of operating a car with an illegal muffler. He was given the arrest ticket Tuesday night by Have 17 on Honor Roll at Media High MEDIA — There are 17 pupils on the honor roll at Media High School for the first grading period. They include: seniors, Leslee Ovcrstreet, Ardene Torrance, Sy bella Saben and Carlyle Johnson; juniors, Marjorie Swanson, Cora Carlson, Shirley Slushcr, Lorraine Arnold and Anna Rosenheim; sophomores: Curtis Brokaw, Gary McCollum, Alice Carlson and Gary Cook; freshmen, Virginia Larson Vern Shelton, Alta Mae Harden, and Donald Rankin. State Policeman Carl Whittles of Bushnell. Although Leoncavallo composed other operas, "Pagliacci" was his only successful one. Is a nagging cough wearing -,f oil ddwirf TRY BRONCHOLA THE 3-WAY COUGH SYRUP |(t) Sispi tleMfnfl fn wppt bronchial radian. (J) fonitratti raw intf tat* brenchltl art* with 1 a)r«< langad lectMnf and ««tf Ing action. (1) H*i a nen-lrritatlng •» pectertnt acttofi ta laata* and llquafy phlagh anal fflucu* accumulatlant that neirly alwayt (a along with a cold. First day relief with Bronchola or your money back Only a few cents at all good drug stores. Drought Cancels V.I.T. Bonfire The Vermont-Ipava-Table Grove High School homecoming bonfire will not be held this year for the first time since the unit district was organized, school officials announced Wednesday. The decision to cancel the bonfire, a traditional part of the pre-game pep rally, was made because of the tinder- dry condition of grass and brush and the fear that the bonfire would get out of hand. It's in the Bag" The Answer to Afier-Dfmer Distress This wise little lady is taking no chances that heartburn and acid indigestion might spoil her evening's fun. Like millions of people, she always carries Turns for top-speed relief from sour stomach and pressure pains. Turns require no water, no mixing, no waiting. Take them anytime, anywhere—at work or at playr Minty. Pleasant-tasting. And they are FAST! Get a handy roll of Turns today. sun on// 10* o Roil; Tunas, TUMS roa vm TUMMT LEONARD'S CONTINUES IT'S GREAT GIGANTIC SALE! Reg. $29,751 Ladies' or Man's Fully Jeweled Wrist Watch OUR PRICE Regular $75,001 10-Diamond Matched Set In 14Kt. Gold. NOW " Reg. $49.50! 4-pc. Silverplate Tea or Coffee Service NOW • | AT THESE LOOK Barga Beautifully Styled Scatter Pins HM *° Choose From. Values to $5.00—Assorted Ladies' and Men's Rhinestone Rings o„i y 97* Values to $6.50! Genuine Diamond Cross and Chain EL. SI .29 Values to $6.50-Gift Boxed Cameo or Opal Sets $1.49 $5.00 Value! Famous Make Wallets Alligator Grain. S1.49 Ladies' & Men's Gold Filled Watch Bands Sfc».. $2.95 Values to $10.00 - Ladies' Solid Gold Birthstone Rings S3. S4.49 Reg. $39,711 Man's 17-Jewel > Waterproof > Shockproof > Anil-Megneilc With expansion band. Reg. $24.50 Ladies' Solid Gold Diamond Ring OUR PRICE Reg. $12,951 Electric Irons NOW Free Gifts Also come in and register for the Free $100.00 Ladies' and Gent's Diamond Ring. Nothing to buy, no obligation. OPEN EVERY NITE TILL 9P.N. Galesburg* Leading Jewelers EONARDS 337 E.MAIN ST. JEWELERS A Small Deposit Lays Ii Away for Christmas! 3 WAYS TO BUY; • CASH • CREDIT or • LAY-AWAY PENNEYS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! YOU SAVE AT PENNEY S PROVE IT YOURSELF! It Pays to Shop at Penney s INFANT'S STROLLER 88 Look at the valuel Tubular alu'm/num constitution with heavy blue canvas. Built-in shopping bag similar to illustration. MISSES' ACETATE and RAYON SLIPS 88 Daintily trimmed with lace or embroidery! Stock up now — put some away for giftsl 32-42. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Fashioned from durable, machine washable, nubby cotton. Vat-dyed colors that fast and fast. Sanforized for permanent fit in S, M, L, XL. 7 lovely decorator colors. Petite Gifts! 7" Miniature Doll Dreams Gift delights for little girls or big! In durable plastic, they have moving arms, eyes, swivel heads and mohair wigs. Choose several— from brides to happy anniversary dolls. Individually boxed. 14-Piece Party Set In Aluminum 88 Practical playtime fun for sister! In brightly finished aluminum, this set includes a 2-piece coffee pot, 3 plates, cups, saucers, napkins; has appetizing food cut-outs right on the box. Colorful Musical Chime Toy $ She Walks! 23" Plastic Doll Cutie 7 88 Wonderful toy for any child old enough to walk! Simply push it—it plays crisp, clear music. 7Vi" wide with I8V2" detachable handle. Brightly decorated steel and wood. 36" Wide BARGAIN PRICE CORDUROY She walks, she sits, she moves her head! Here's a valueful charmer made of hard plastic with pasted saran pigtail wig, moving eyes and prettily dressed in colorful cotton. A topnotch Penney value! CLEARANCE! SHOES Yd. High count, durable 16-rib corduroy —and it's hand washable too. You can choose from bright red, Kelly green, gold, crimson, purple, dark green, flannel grey, royal blue, copen, brown sable or dark brown. [j| Large group % of women'* p and boys' *f. shoes. I Pick now from wide variety sf long-wearing handsomely 3 5

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