Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 30
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30 Golesburg Reaister-Moil, Gofesburp, IH. Thursday, Oct 17, 1963 Daddy Learns Lowdown on Kindergarten By LARRY FRIEDMAN CLEVELAND (AP) - What's life like In that wonderful—and sometimes wacky — world of kindergarten? We can't be sure, because the only information we receive is ffom our 5-year-old. And she often takes a flyer into the world of fantasy. SUGAR FREE less than PER 6 Ft. OZ. Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, HI. My wife is anxious to find out what goes on in the little schoolroom with the big doll house. By the bruises on little Arlene's legs, Mommy has discovered the youngsters sometimes toss around blocks. Paint on her hands and clay in her hair are more evidence of kindergarten tools. To Mommy's questions of "How was school today, darling?" comes such no-nonsense answers as: "Okay," "Fine," or "The same as yesterday." But Daddy hears all the tales —or at least they sound like tales. It was sitting on the sofa one evening reading the newspaper when Arlene flopped down alongside me. Suddenly she blurted out: "Daddy, Tommy kissed me in school today." "Huh. Who kissed you?" "Oh, the teacher didn't see him kiss me," she said innocently. "We'll, what did you do?" I asked anxiously. "I kissed him back. He's a nice boy." One day Arlene rushed home excitedly to relate the details of a "fire grill." "It wasn't a real fire grill," she explained. "Just a make- City Kitchen ? Farm Kitchen ? Who Can Tell ? She can tell . .. became she remembers those days before LP Gas came into her life . . ; and her kitchen. Now LP Gas living is a •way of life for country-dwellers. The modern Mrs. Farmer asks tor .and gets-... her choice of the world's most wanted kitchen equipment . . . fueled by LP Gas. She knows her LP Gas dealer B n always deliver with a dependable supply of LP Gas from the id-America Pipeline System, the underground highway weather can't block. —Advertisement believe fire grill, because there was no fire." Reluctantly, she reported one time about being told to sit in the corner. "Well, what did you do to de serve such an honor?" "I was talking after Mrs. Cook told us to keep quiet. Then I started talking low to Vicki. But the teacher said she could hear someone whispering with her special ears. "Daddy, do teachers have more than two ears like, regular people?" Since that day in the corner Arlene has increased our weekly purchase of apples. On the theory that an apple a day keeps the doctor away, she has been eating two a day — and taking an additional one daily to Mrs. Cook. It must be big and red. And it must be so shiny it glows. Henderson Club Hears Report on Nursing Home HENDERSON - The Hender son Woman's Club met at the clubroom Friday for a dessert luncheon. The room was decorated with fall flowers and the table centerpiece was in keeping with Halloween. The hostesses were Mrs. Earl Parker, Mrs. Arleigh Hunt and Mrs. Harold Erickson. A thought for the day, "Ideals," was read by Mrs Amy Hendricks and Pledge to Flag was led by Mrs. James Robinson. Mrs. Arleigh Hunt introduced Ralph Anderson, Henderson Township supervisor, who gave a talk "Why We Need a New Knox County Nursing Home." An invitation was read to club to attend a breakfast and food sale given by Rio Woman's Club at Rio Presbyterian Church Oct 22 at 9 a.m. The club will sponsor a back yard sale Oct. 17 in Galesburg Those who desire to donate ar tides for the sale were asked to take them to the Henderson Town Hall from 10 to 11 a.m Mrs. Parker will be at the hall to receive the items. The club has organized a birthday box for contributions by members on the occasion of their anniversaries. Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Mrs. Parker ob served birthdays this month. Bob Hope stars Friday nights on NBC-TV Bob Hope (speaking for Uncle Sam) gives our newspaperboys an "Oscar" If it were up to me to decide the Oscars (ami kidding?), I'd give one to America's fcewgpaperboys for their performance. I mean their day-after-day performance, fair weather or foul, delivering E apers and good cheer to their customers, earning how to be good neighbors and good businessmen too. But what I'm really here for is to tell you what a job newspaperboys have done tor the Treasury Department — helping to promote U. S. Savings Bonds and Stamps, and buying plenty themselves out of their earnings. They've found bonds a great way to eave for a college education — and as you and I know, they're a great way to keep our country strong too. So this is Bob (Uncle Sam) Hope saying thanks for all of us to all you news- paperboys Dur Hope (if you'll pardon the expression) of the future, Keep freedom in your future with U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Xh» VS. Government does not pay for ihit advertising. The Trttuury Department tkank§ fis 44vertmng Council and this wtwww far tAtie yUnotio tupporu BRESLIN'S FALL CLEARANCE BROADLCOM CARPETING i SAVE SHORT ROLLS ROOM SIZE RUGS REMNANTS to % During This Sale of Fine Quality Carpets from Famous Mills. Choose From More Than 50 Rolfs All In Stock and Available for Immediate Delivery. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON FACE AS ILLUSTRATED Multi-Colored Surface Texture Bosket Weave to resist crushing, long wearing and practical. Nationally Advertised At $9.95 Sq. Yd. SHORT ROLLS & REMNANTS Reg. 12x20.6 All wool, Almond Beige— $13.95 sq. yd. 12x27.0 Nylon, Axminster Floral — $ 9.95 Sq. yd. 12x26.0 501 Nylon, Snow Beige—. $ 9.95 Sq. yd. 12x45.5 All wool, Beige/White Tweed $ 7.95 sq. yd. 15x20.6 All wool heavy twist, Alabaster $14.95 sq. yd. 15x33.0 All wool, Cloudy Jade $10.95 Sq. yd. 15x16.0 Sculptured Nylon, Honey Beige — $13.95 sq. yd. 15x20.0 501 Nylon, Coral Beige— $ 9.95 S q. yd. 18.6x22.0 All wool Chenille Custom group. Light Tan $34.95 sq. yd. 6.9x12 All wool Wilton, bisque beige $121.00 8.3x12 501 Nylon, Gold Tweed $132.00 15x9.3 501 Nylon, Jade Green $135.00 15x11.10 501 Nylon, Chartreuse — $220.00 Now $ 7.95 sq. yd. $ 6.50 sq. yd. $ 5.95 sq. yd. $ 3.95 sq. yd. $ 8.95 sq. yd. $ 6.95 sq. yd. $ 7.95 sq. yd. $ 6.95 sq. yd. $16.95 sq. yd. $50.00 $59.00 $69.00 $99.00 4 ROLLS WOOL or NYLON Choose from different Textures and Patterns.| Regular $6,95 to $10.95 Values CLOSE OUT «5« Sq. Yd. 2 ROLLS... 100% WOOL LUXURIOUS SCULPTURED WILTON (||AC Hand carved look. Perfect for contemporary orgj ^liJiJ traditional furnishings. Nationaly Advertised at $15.95 |#Sq, Yd. Discontinued Samples » $ 2" PDcci lure DntoLIN o 100% WOOL Deluxe Plush Broadloom 4 Beautiful Decorator Colors, Coral Beige, Champagne Beige, Ancient Bronze and Topaz. Famous Maker Reg. $12.95 -y Now Only mm H . Yd. FLOOR COVERINGS 44 NORTH SEMINARY 343*9091

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