Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 23, 1953 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 23, 1953
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12 IMfraifr Kfeflister-Mail, Galesburg, ,111 Friday. October 23, 1953 Art Pupils at ; Rova Decorate Store Fronts 'ONEIbA — Ghosts and goblins, "punkifls" and torn shocks have made their appearance 4 along Oneida's streets the past week. This Halloween activity is in the form of painted windows in the downtown area. The pupils of the sixth grade, 22 in all, are respon­ sible lot this colorful »rttf of pictures. Miss Betty Stelnhagen, art instructor for the 11.0.V.A. schools, directed the project, the first of its kind in this cornmunity. The boys and girls worked ,in committees of two and three and planned their pictures before un dertaking the actual work. They also chose the business window they Wished to decorate and were responsible for asking the proprietor's permission. The painting was done after school and dur ing regular art periods. Tempera water paints were used which will facilitate the "cleaning-up" process. The pupils will also be re YOUR CLOTHES DESERVE FINE CARE... Tour clothes looked good when you bought them, but will they retain their good looks - only with the careful and constant attentive service of a quality cleaner. Bring them in today! GwuUton 68 N. Prairie St. Pharmacists Hear Talk on New Drugs At Dinner Meeting Harry J. Kohl of Moline, district Sales manager for a national drug laboratory, was host to the Knox County Pharmaceutical Association at a dinner meeting at Scandia Restaurant Wednesday evening. Wayne Wilson of Galesburg introduced the speaker of the evening, Howard Devine of Bloomington, who spoke on the "Birth of New Drugs". There were 46 pharmacists and their wives present with Macomb, Monmouth, Abingdon and Galesburg represented. The program for the evening was arranged by Walter Crawford of Macomb and William Taggart of Galesburg. At the next meeting, Nov. 18, there will be a guest speaker from another drug concern. sponsible for this following Halloween. Miss Steinhagen reports that the pupils showed considerable enthusiasm over the project, some groups doing two windows. It is hoped to make it an annual activ ity for Halloween. The following stores have dis plays of the traditional Halloween sprites: R.O.V.A. superintendent's office, Lee Implement Store, Carlson's Garage, Johnson Sales and Service, Dougan's Grocery, and Curt's Grill. Benners Old Fashioned Doughnut Sale • • • These sugar covered Doughnuts are giant size, fresh daily by Benners own bakery. A 59c VALUE! ONLY mM ~ m DO Z SERVED ALL DAY SATURDAY From 9:00 A.M. to 6:00 P.M. FREE! Milk and Doughnuts SPECIALS TONIGHT, SATURDAY and SUNDAY VAN CAMP'S 2 300 Size Cans 4 FISHERMANS Just Warm and Serve COOKED PERCH COOKED HADDOCK PKC. C COBBLER or RED TRIUMPH Potatoes 100 lb $ BAG KRAFT FRSEL Of EXTRA COST NO STAIN STOPS BAD BREATH MUSTARD SALAD STYLE or HORSERADISH JAR We Give4^;*% Green Stamps ferine* Food Stoic* 1 OPEN DAILY (Including Sunday) 8 A. M. to 10 P. M. 736 WIST MAIN STREET •62 EAST MAIN STREET Week's SeiV'ThriHy! 4729 . ¥ WAIST 24--30* (Note: Send pattern oidert direct to Chicago. Watch addreu below. Order* will MOT be accepted at Caleiburg newspaper oillce.) BEGINNER'S LUCK! Just a lew seams to stitch—presto! You have the season's smartest sllmjim skirt. Choose i kitten-soft wool—you can pick the prettiest because Pattern 4729 requires Just ONE YARD 54-Inch fabric. And that goes for Misses' Waist Sizes 24 25, 26, 28, 30 inches. Back zipper assures smooth fit. Send for Pattern 4729 now! This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit. Has complete illustrated instruction. Send Thlrly-flve cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pat tern for lst-class mailing. Send to Anne Adams, care of Galesburg Regis ter-Mail, Pattern Dept., P.O. Box 6710, Chicago 80, 111. Print your NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE; SIZE, STYLE NUMBER. Smlthsliire MYF I Plans Election SMITHSHIRE — The first meet ing of the M.Y.F. was held Sunday evening at Liberty Hall at .30. The Rev. Mr. Rathkamp gave an introduction of what an M.Y.F. really is. Next week there will be an election of officers. All young people from 12 to 23 from the entire community are invited. The Rev. and Mrs. Rathkamp furnished (he recreation and refreshments and they had a wonderful time. Mrs. Ed Matson, supply secretary of the W.S.C.S., is asking for the following donations to be sent to Africa. Take them to the next meeting or to Liberty Hall: Used clothing, dresses size 14, 16 and 18, embroidery floss, needles, pencils and lined writing tablets, baby shirts and blankets, small jackets and shirts to 2 years made from outing flannel, nothing but cotton material; diapers or cotton squares 20 inches for new babies; rolled bandages from old sheets to be torn and rolled in 3, 4, 5 inches wide. Mrs. Dan Fullmer and son of Denver, Colo., came last week for the wedding of her brother, Herbert Allen, who was married to Miss Martha Brown of Tennessee on Sunday at Macomb. Mrs. Orilla Anderson spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Thompson. The every member canvass conducted by the church closed Friday night with a potluck supper. The losing team furnished the meat and the dessert. A good crowd was present. C. J. Passage went to Morris Saturday to attend the funeral of a cousin. Mr. and Mrs. \Howard Passage met him in Chillicothe Sunday and brought him home. Mrs. Ruby Kimery went to Neoga Thursday to spend the week end with relatives. Ed Estes returned home Sunday after spending the last month with Mrs. Norma Estes Kruse and family at Lincoln. Oquawka OQUAWKA—Mr. and Mrs. LIbyd Parrish have returned home from Grainger, Mo., where they were called a few weeks ago by the illness of their son, Tom McDavid. Their grandchildren, Robert and Stevie, accompanied them home for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. George Richmond were Sunday guests of her niece, Mrs. Lester Overstreet, and hus band in Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Goff of Knoxville spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pruett and family. Robert Meloan, Mrs. Margaret Curry, Mrs. Opal Davenport and Miss Louise Fricke attended a welfare meeting in Kewanee Tuesday. Joe V. Nancy and Jane Davenport spent Saturday with their father, Harley M. Davenport, in Burlington. Miss Louise Bell, Mrs. Isa France, Mrs. Maude Fuller and Barbara Melvin have returned home from a trip to the Ozarks. TOMORROW HOMES ANNOUNCES THI NEW "PACEMAKER" LOWEST-COST HOUSES WATCH THIS r-APIR FOR ONN HOUJI DATC AND MAC! Your best TV buyi YEARS' Giant 21-inch console ONLY S 299 95 Stunningly *lyl*<l ,0 nibbed. Imported mahogany veneer, with IHe-lUe picture* including , 0 ihgrp, io cleof, 10 steady tee f.e.r .1 ku |J]3CM> Here's "front-row" realism for sure—with finest possible picture detail and faithful, noiae-free Bound, product of Arvin'a sensational new High Fidelity Interlace! Robot Compensator provides automatic contrast control. Easy terms on all Axvin TV models! Galesburg Gas Sales E. C. Ringlten. Owner 425 E. Main St. Phone 2211-6 WHY WE SAY YOU CAN BUY A USED CAR WITH CONFIDENCE (1) You'll always find good uied cart where new car business is good. (2) All cars inspected completely. Reconditioned by factory trained mechanics. Factory engineered parts used. (3) New oil in motors, and greased. <3) Restored back to new car finish. (4) All used cars have antifreeze. (5) Sold with the same courtesy as though you were buying a new car. (6) Low time payment interest'rates. (7) Sold by a dealer who will give you a written guarantee and stand squarely back of your purchase. All '49, '50, '51 and '52 models carry our famous 100% mechanical guarantee. '46, '47 and '48 models carry the 50/50 mechanical guarantee. BUICK -1950 SPECIAL 4-DOOR SEDAN $1295 Dynsflbw, heater and radio. Sea milt gray finish. One owner. BUICK -1950 SPECIAL SEDANETTE $1245 Heater, radio, Dynaflow, and many extras. Jordan grey finish. One owner. Ready to go. BUICK-1948 SUPER 4-DOOR —...$795 Light grey finish. Heater, radio, seat covtfrs. Mechanically perfect. BUICK -1948 SPECIAL 2-D00R SEDANETTE .......$745 Radio and heater. Dark blue finish.. DeSOTO - 1947 CONVERTIBLE $695 Black finish. Perfect tires. Clean throughout. One owner. PLYMOUTH -1951 HARD TOP (Mr) $1495 Light blue finish. Radio, heater and defroster. One owner. OLDSMOBILE -1951 SUPER 88 TWO DOOR ......$1795 Tan finish. Hydramatic, radio, heater. Clean throughout. One owner. PONTIAC- 1950 CHIEFTAIN 2-DR. SEDANETTE $1295 Dark green finish. Hydramatic, radio, heater, seat covers. Ready. MERCURY-1951 BLACK 4-DOOR SEDAN $1595 Sharp as a tack. Perfect throughout. WE HAVE MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM - ALL MAKES AND MODELS. NEW CARS We are very happy to announce to you we have in stock several new Buicks, all models and colors. JACK'S LEMON ORCHARD Our trees are overflowing with Lemons. 1940 CHEVROLET Sr^'Jfr. $295 1941 PLYMOUTH r^Vlr* $175 1940 PACKARD 2r!£ '"A $95 1939 CHEVROLET SIS STL $125 1936 FORD SS^ $25 We like Buicks but we don't want to make a collection of them. 1940 BUICK F0RD0R, light blue $185.00 1941 BUICK SEDANETTE, dark green $125.00 1941 BUICK SEDANETTE, light green $126.00 1941 BUICK SEDANETTE, laded gray $ 75.00 - A«k for PAUL UNDBERG, FRED SWEDENBERG or JACK CLINE - USE OUR LOW COST GMAC PLAN Where Customers Send Their Friends PUCKETT BUICK CO. Salesroom Will Be Open Monday, Wednesday, Fnduy Evening* till 9 00 Saturday till 5 00 Closed Sundays ' ^i,-^, _| , J. . LJ ';5 ***%\ 149 WEST MAIN STREET PHONE 3939-6 «/ x y

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