Golesburo..RtdlHtfMoll. Gdlesburg, 111, Wednesday, Oct 16, 1963^ Oneida Area News /tern* ONBIDA - Th« Juit-A-Mert Club nut FrWty it thi homi ot Mrs. Florence Holmes. Three tables of bridge were it pity. High score was held by Mrs, Ona Courtrlght. Mrs. Laura, Rice also was awarded a prise. Mr. and Mrs. Mertoti Messmore and family spent the weekend visiting his brothers, Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Messmore and Steven and Dr. and Mrs. H. L. Messmore and family, in Arthur. Overnight guests at the home of Mn. Ona Courtrlght Saturday were iwr QfTjfMr am nn wii «t Mr. and Mrs. Don Sloan of Quiney. Mr, and Mrs. Lowell Johnson and sons spent the weekend at the home of his brother and family, Mr. and, Mrs. Berkley Johnson of Prairie Village, Kan. Dean Johnson spent the week* end at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Johnson, and Rent Electric Carpel Shampooer FOR ONLY *i Ho4 you ean rent th« new Blue Lustre Electrlo Carpet Shampooer tor only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. S«va big with this e *ty to UM "do It yourself equipment You'll be amazed with the new took 6f your carpeting. Available at ELL(M;G his grandmother, Mrs. Mable Hedstrom. k . . Mrs. Frank Starmvteti of ftkta visited over the weekend •I the home of her nephew and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Skender and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Jayne were Sunday dinner guests. Chicagoans Visit At Cambridge CAMBRIDGE—William Ways and family of Chicago spent several days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bratnards and aunt, Miss Irma Johnson. John Pobams entered the Ke* wanee Public Hospital Saturday for observation and treatment. Don Hulin was taken to the Hammond Henry Hospital in Geneseo Friday in an ambulance. He was injured during the football game between Cam* bridge and Orion. His injuries were not serious. Automatic Washer-Dryer Eases Home Laundry Work Quick switches add style to ml lady's locks. The latest Charles of the Ritz hair pieces, for example, attach to an etasticized ribbon for Jiffy placement. The switches give hair fuller body and even make short hair seem longer. Appliance dealers are dis playing the newest dryers from manufacturers in a special promotion "Walts Through Washday." The program was scheduled for October to show homemak* ers the advantages of dryers during the winter months. But the manufacturers point out that a dryer allows a woman to keep her washing schedule 12 months of the year, rain or shine. As a special incentive, the Illinois Power Co. will offer an electric blanket free to each electric customer who buys a dryer during the month. The sellers point to the fact that garments dried in an auto* matic dryer keep their color through twice the number of dryings as clothes hung up in the sun. Time Is Slashed Ironing time is slashed also because the new wash-and- wear fabrics can be hung up almost wrinkle free if taken out at the end of the drying cycle, A tight ironing will suffice for these clothes, A study made by the Ameri* can Home Laundry Manufacturers' Association shows the homemaker with an average- size family of four washes 7.9 loads of clothes per week. Using a wringer washer and hanging them out to dry consumes over 300 more hours per year over the time used by the woman with an automatic washer-dryer. The association also has a hint for washing items containing synthetics or blends as Nylon, Acrilan, Dacron and similar fibers. They say they should be washed in lukewarm or cold water. Wrinkles already in the garments will remain because the temperature is too cool to relax the fibers. 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