Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 18
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 18

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
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18 Gofesburg Register>MoH, Gofesburg. Ill, Wednesddv, Pet. 2, 1963 Violans Tour Facilities For Crippled VIOLA - The Viola Federated Women's Club opened its new club year Sept. 24 with a conducted visit at the Rock Island Foundation for Crippled Children and Adults. A luncheon was held at the Rock Island YWCA. Mrs. Irvin Robbins, new club president, gave a report of the recent 14th District board meeting, especially emphasizing the new project, "Community Improvement." The club plans to participate in this project. The president appointed the committee heads to serve this club year. They are: Press and publicity, Mrs. Merwin Stoner; transportation, Mrs. Maurice Young; music, Mrs. Manly Richardson; art, Mrs. Clarence McCreight; American home, Mrs. Frank McLean; legislation, Mrs. Ray Swanson; public health and welfare, Mrs. Otis Mack. Gardens, Mrs. Ralph Butcher; Youth work, Mrs. Melvin Millikan; Boys Town, Mrs. Boyd McAtee; citizenship, Mrs. Winna Mae Daymude; safety, Mrs. James Taylor; education, Mrs. Walter Miller; civil defense, Mrs. Edmund Morris; motion pictures, radio and TV, Mrs. Philip Richardson, and veterans service, Mrs. Margaret Mack. International relations, M r s. OUR ANCESTORS "So maybe it would have been delivered sooner if your correspondent had used your ZIP code number! Clarence Holdsworth; Indian affairs, Mrs. Maurice Young; Park Ridge School, Mrs. David Johnson; mental health, Mrs. Mae Stancliff; Namaqua lodge, Mrs. Maurice Young. A book, "The World in Your Garden," published by the National Geographic Society has been purchased by the club and placed in the Green Township Library, Viola. Congress is considering legislation that would place about 50 million acres—already under federal jurisdiction—in a far-flung wilderness system. THREE DAYS ONLY From Germany — haute contoure in gloving . . . exclusively Carsons and now at a smashing low price! Soft kidskin . . , decreed in all of Fall's classic lengths. Choose superb styles for every occasion. White, beige, brown, black. 6V2-8. $7.99 button and buttonhole shorty. $8.99 4-button classic slip-on. $10.99 6-button classic slip-on. $13.99 8-button classic slip-on. *6.39 *7.19 *8.79 •11.19 Gloves — Street Floor New Windsor Fair Names Committee NEW WINDSOR - Dr. C. M. Linker, Percy Streeter And Eugene Benson were elected nominating committee at the meeting of New Windsor Fair, Rodeo and Morse Show Association Sept. 24. Johnnie Spivey and Atlee Brown were named to contact the directors. The dates for the 1964 fair so far have not been selected. Mrs. J. M. McCullough of Milan projected films which she had taken of the 1963 show. Vacationing Miss Patricia O'Leary, who is in nurse's training at the Graham Hospital at Canton is spending a 5 -week vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell O'Leary. 1952 StevritiM FHA- Inturod *99wf *^PW^^ VA Gttorant««d Mortgaflis SAVINGS AMD I OAN ASM V All Onto AfMM EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES-Since World War II, savings and loan Institutions have grown to the point where they now hold the savings of more than 35 millions Americans—and they're looking for new places to invest this money. They are restricted by law to home mortgage and home improvement loans. The 6,277 associations in the 59 states account for 46 per cent of all home mortgage loans. This Is three times the number made by commercial banks. Chart above, based on data from the Federal Home Loan Bank, shows the assets of savings and loan as* soclatlons in 1952 and 1962. A bill now before Congress would allow them to enter new lending fields, such as buying state and municipal securities and financing appliance purchases and col* lege educations. The chimpanzees In fjombe ft* I serve In Bast Africa devise from I (wigs simple tools to aid in fish- I tag out termites-choice food for several animals—from their earth* em nests. Be modern with MOEN H WASH ^^BHI* V 11 i ^^^^^Mjj £^**J HOLT PLUMfttNO and HEATINO lit E, Brooks —.943-4)44 Yon Civn Count on Is uiilitv ( osls Nu> More i \t Soars BETTER "VINO/ jy^^ ROEBUCK AND CO First Quality Furnace Filters Reg. 49c Change air filters now for improved heating. Get the size for your furnace, now. 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SAVE $15 on Lady Kenmore—Our Best Model Garbage Disposers Reg. 79.95 64 88 New extra-large cutting chamber quickly handles big loads with ease. All-new cutting action works faster, more thoroughly. V2 -H.P. motor. Fully insulated. ALUMINUM 3-TRACK Combination Windows REGULAR 13.95 7 88 88 Screen protection in summer, storm protection in winter. Self-storing panels tile in for easy cleaning. Fi- breglas® screening. Up to 90 united inches. OPEN MON. ami FRL 9a.m. 'tu 9p.m. Shop at Sears and Save SIIALRS STORE HOURS Monday and Friday 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Tues., Wed., Thur«., $at, 9 A.M. to 5 :30 P.M.

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