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Club Entertain$ At ALTONA - ttit Oetobw mrtt- Ing *t tt» AlWnt Wrttwu'i WM httt In the ua*lf« Hotel In Gelvs. Vhift wire 98 pfWeirt, including the htfftbttttltt who tire gutstii Fotiewtag dlnntf, thi pr*s»d#ni, Mrs. 01en« Johnson, mix«d a 1ft- tle humor in her remark* welcoming the huAtandi and Introducing those of the new members, Plans for a Santa's workshop Dec. 14 were reported by Mrs. Dale Rylander, Civic Improvement chairman, Mrs. ttolland Main, announced plans for a First Aid Class to start about Oct. IS, desiring the wutfc e*trt*ct hw < : Mre, «^ MtMedl r^med iliat fMMft. had tNNfl) addid td th§ tretsury from the proeeedi of the style show and hake Hit. Program chairman, Mrs. Walter Moore, Introduced Mr. ind Mrs. George Stuckey, who presented an Illustrated talk, "Our trip to Mexico." On display were examples of Mexican art work in oil painting And ceramics ind needlecraft and handicraft m an assortment of household lM tearing apparel articles in use m Mexican homes.. Serving on the social committee J m mta !'M**ty restdents were Mrs. Keith Main, chairman; Mrs. Wayne 8jwllng, M M, Kldort Ektt*dt ind Mrs, William p*l#. At the meeting of (fit Woman's Association i U* Altona Prttby. terisn Church, Mrs, Ward Hiyn* okte was in charge of devotions. She reviewed an article by Archl- bald MacLUsh entitled, "A New image of America." During the business meeting, Mrs. T. % Kelly, the World Association's service secretary for sewing and supplies, reported that the sewing alignment* for IMS had been completed, and a recent special assignment had been received frotr Presbyterial. The benevolence budget for 1M4 was Mtoeted. fl» association voted t* iSulM liWiitent oMigi* tlon tor tiki Wtnm of rent on UK cnwm lewpnoiiai swrvina; on uie social comnuuee for octofe www Mrs. % w. Andrews, ChairWIn; Mfs. Ralph Ab- ernfthy, Mrs. T. W. Kelly, Mr*. Douglas Jtt&.Jfcfft. Edward Stuckey and Mrs, Howard Nelson. . ii the modern family has twice ii miich outdoor play gear - golf, fishing, picnicking and gardening stuff - ii i(J yetn ago, Extra storage space is easily provided in carport or garage floor-to-cerl- big wall Cabinets. Cabinets are easy, to build with workable west* em red cellar or Douglas fir. FRIGID AIRE 1964 MODIL WASHERS AND DRYirS WILL BE SOLD AT SPECIAL PRICES FOR NEXT 10 DAYS! H FRIGIDAIRE WASHER and DRYER! DDA-64, electric WDA -64 ACTION ZONE FRIGIDAIRE WASHER i Hot, Worm, Cold Water Selections » Smoll or Regular Size Load Selection • Automatic Bleach Dispenser and Lint Removal It's true! You save when you buy both at one time. Because we save on selling, delivery and installation costs. Hurry! Matching Flowing Heat DRYER • 4 Heat Selections and Air Fluff • All Porcelain Drum • No-Stoop Lint ' Slroesf• 339 Exch. SPECIAL PRICE FOR NEXT 10 DAYS! PLUS OCTOBER BONUS FREE ELECTRIC BLANKET FROM ILLINOIS POWER • FREE DELIVERY and NORMAL INSTALLATION • ALL COLORS AT THE PRICE OF WHITE GAS DRYERS GIT YOUR NEW FRIGIDAIRE GAS DRYER DURING THIS PROMOTION! WITH SPECIAL PRICES STARTING AT— $ 179 95 Installed BONUS With every Gas Dryer sold during these 10 days, get a Dominion hair dryer with travel case — FREE! ELECTRIC DRYERS We have made a Special Purchase on a Limited number of Frigidaire Dryers and are selling them at the Low-Low Price of Get this Electric Dryer for $39.95 with the $| Q95 purchase of a Frigidaire Automatic Wash- I Jm^F er. Installed BONUS FREE ELECTRIC BLANKET From Illinois Power Co. Model PDA S-l COFFEE AND COOKIES BALLOON'S FOR THE KIDS OPEN THURSDAY and FRIDAY 'TILL 9 P.M. JOHNSON'S APPLIANCE 343 9317 Goleibura/t Only SPECIALIZED Appliance Store Main t Cherry PrincessLine* Golesburaft#giste>Mafl, Gdesbura, III. WitirmdavOe*, ft. lllliJL A handsome princess-line jumper that is so kind to a young junior figure Bow-tied blouse as a companion. No. 1454 with Photo-Guide is in Sizes 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 16, 18. Bust 30% to 38. Size 11, 31 S'I bust, t umper, 5>/« yards of 36-inch; •louse short sleeves, 1% yards. To order send 90 cents in coins (or each pattern In Creative Woman, care of Galesburg Register Mail 310 W VanBuren St. Chicago 7 111 son* style number and size Add 10 cents tor ist-ciass mailing. Print name address with zone, style number and size. New Windsor Group Views Scenes in West NEW WINDSOR - Paul and Hilding Johnson and Richard Hallberg of Galesburg projected films taken on Western state tours at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gummerson Sunday. The October birthday anniversary of Mrs. Gummerson was observed by the following relatives: Mrs. Esther Hallberg, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blevin, Victor Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Hilding Johnson and granddaughter Kathryn Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and son David, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hallberg, all of G a 1 a a b ujr g, a ^^Mr^WB* Mfs. Floyd Enstrofn, Mr.'^antf' Mrs. Donald Enatrom and family of New Windsor. AttWAva w\mmr QUAMTY BASS 1 on raiYious Penney shoes IXTRA • • • Owhoti toiling Ch\\daotiP*hoo;todMO*l EXTRA • • • Fantrad* poly vinyl solas for tensor wear! EXTRA • • • Sanifixod® iiningt for healthful foot prolottion • • • The very ialotl style* and malotiol to take yoa or out on a spree I Top values I / «oultt»e** BW •PENT** 01 Last3Days How's our brain-power coming • That 's the kind of power Uncle Sam needs most. Brainpower develops our leaders. We must have these leaders to hold our rank in science, business and living standards. But there's trouble ahead, The cost of leadership has gone up. Many colleges need new classrooms, laboratories, teachers. To keep our brainpower coming, we must keep contributions going. College is America's best friend. HELP THE COLLEGE OF YOUR CHOICE NOWI To find out how the college crisis affects you, write to HIGHER EDUCATION, Box 36, Times Square Station, New York 36. Publi*hed as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executive* Association. reg. 4.99 now o«nvv .*Yuawr SADDLES! Nylon velvet, textured leather trim! Pentred* reg. 4.99 now now i $||PtNNEY 'PIPIR" OUR CLASS* SUP ONSI Most popular casual. Soft nylon velvet with polyvinyl sole! BCD 8V2 cushion crepe heel 'n to 3. sole! BCD 8V2 to 4. MEN'S OXFORD For school or dress, get smooth leather uppers with Pentred® poly-vinyl soles. Long wearing, good looking. Black. C, D 6% to 12. 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