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ON HIGH — "ROLL, ROVA. ROLL"—Barbara Melton, one of five ROVA cheerleaders, let out with a great cheer and leap or enthusiasm when the Tigers scored their first touchdown against Alexis last night in the game at the Altona football field. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Saturday, October 3. 1653 n 3 licudi uman l ^i^Ltd and Education "Human Rights and Education," or "The Freeing of the Humanchild is o unit. Religion should be Mind and How It Affects Human Relations" was the theme for a panel discussion highlighting the mooting of the Woman's Association of the First Presbyterian Church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. Election of officers was on the business agenda of the day and Mrs. J. Arvid Stem was chosen to lead the association for the forthcoming year. The home of Mrs. Forrest Freeman at 875 Florence Ave. was the scene of the meeting. Explains Theme In opening the discussion, Mrs. Russell Meyer, the moderator, stated that the thinking processes must be sol free and that is what education is for — hut a free soul without a trained mind is like an automobile without a driver. To schools were described speaker. Warren-Wilson College at Swannanoa, N. C. is a mountain school where all the work of the institution is done by the faculty and students. Mary Holmes Jr. College at West Point, Miss, was established for the education of the Negro as well as the Jonathan C. Smith University at Charlotte, N. C. What Schools Are Doing The answer to the question — included in his general education, so thiil. v. nrlii ran be built where then- K peace and brotherhood." Mr Meyer's concluding statement v,v, "We sec how important. We think about it what v.c can do to im- by the Junior education and • prove The the servici :.Mven by Mrs. Ted Wilson. "Jcsu'- li.id a factual background and !|Hike directly from God con- ccrnin-; freedom from sin and con- h Chapter of John was M.-njiiure basis for the worship New Residents li corn loi others. We should teach quote, "We have to know oun"What are our schools doing to, our ,i tl \,] rrn i„ k now ^at the destination and direction." The free the minds of children?" — thin-, th-,i wii* *m i f „„" was given by E. H. Anions, prin-j tn n ; ,hdt Jpsus s '" d *™ true, final nt i.nmhnrH .Tnninr Hifih. relalf;f ' till moderator then traced briefly the establishment of schools and colleges throughout America. Mrs. E. Frank Cody of Knoxville opened her talk with the statement "Home Missions work for Human Rights in freeing children in Mission Schools." Presbyterians maintain both mountain schools and Negro schools. Three cipal of Lombard Junior High School. '"School, church, and homes develop in the minds of children how to think," stated speaker. j MRS. CARL WRIGHT, the for- i mer Lillian Burke of Juanita, i N. I)., her husband and two children, Bill 6, and Sally, 3, arc living at 1723 N. Academy St. in Galesburg. The Carl Wrights former home was In Blandins- Knox Announces 'Madwoman of Chaillol' Cast Colorful French atmosphere and a large cast are two distinctions of the comedy, "Madwoman of Chaillol," to be presented by the Knox Theatre Oct. 29, 30 and 31. Under the direction of Dr. Delmar Solcm, the players act in a cooperative system; that is, there are no stars, Dr. Solcm's direction employs ensemble acting. Some examples of the interesting characterizations of the play are: the Waiter, played by Keith Achepohl; the Little Man, played by Al Phillips; the President, played by Frank Lohman; the Streelsinger, played by Audrey Rayfield; the Flower Girl, played by Ednaj Pfeiffer; the Ragpicker, played by Bill Able; the Deaf-mute, played by Bill Monson; and the Shoelace Peddler, played by Jerry Oehring. Such characters as a baron, a broker, a street juggler, a policeman, a sewer man, and a doctor are also portrayed by Jerry Tallman, Bob Leach, William Grandgeorge, Gary Werner and Pete Derks respectively. Also in the cast are: Lynn Salier, Dory Dressander, Ardzie Bourns, Paula Egbert, Jack Munson, Randall Mitchell, Ray Discher, Ruth Henderson, Myra Wo koun, Jan Yates, Dick Neuman, Fred Baerenz, Tom Draper, Kathy Berg, Ralph Schultz and Ronald Cook. Behind the scenes are the crew heads: Will Vance, stage manager; Gary Werner, scene technician; Phil Decker, lights; Keith Achepohl, scenery painting; Mina Stumpf, wardrobe mistress; Pamela Pierson, make-up director; Chris Koch, box office manager; and Shirley Bricser and Gina Sale, property directors. m t/iejvews Election Held Dunmr the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. 1.1 this speaker. Continuing, "WcjL. Ooeftler, the following officers! vllle. Mr. Wright is the dealer must get people to want to think— J were elected for the calendar year for the Brickote Company here, in other words set up situations 1951: president, Mrs. J. Arvid Gardening is Mrs. Wright's spe- in which children will want to j Stern; first, second and third vice cial interest during her spare think or we will have to help thenijpre.Mdents, Mrs. James B. Allen, time. She is a member of New- to think. This is the basis of the;Mrs. H It. Toorpe and Mrs. T. V. new guidance program. The three|BrookiriK; secretary, Mrs. Thomas R's or fundamentals are inte-'H. MtKenzie; treasurer, Mrs. M. grated in the many subjectsjE. Pine; and assistant treasurer, taught in the schools today to;Mrs. Dc Mott Fisk. build for good citizenship." j Chn-anthemums in shades of "If we win youth today, we have,yellow and dusty pink formed the tomorrow," was the opening state-!center bouquet for the serving ment made by the Rev. Lemanij.f 1 '' )\ h 'ch was presided over by Olsenius in discussing human! Mrs ;, c •• ^ Mrs. Harvey rights from the standpoint of re-i s T' ,h . anfJ M , r - S - \ • Tf r >j i,\,i«r, «v„„<h ic «hn hocif unit r>( Jhc committee from the Terry- comers Club. MRS RONALD GRAFTOULI- ERE and her husband, who is employed at Rogers Shoes, are residing at 1232 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Graffoulierc fthe former Betty Huckstcp of Kansas City, Mo.) has for special interests music and golf. In Carlisle, Pa., their former home, she was a member of the Girl Scout Board. She has attended school at Northeastern Missouri State, Ohio State University and Northwestern University. She is a member of Newcomers Club. Golden Age Tea Is Event Of Methodists Members of the First Meth* odist Woman's Society of Christian Service who had arrived at the "Golden Age" of over (55 were honored Friday afternoon at the annual "Gold Age Tea" and were given a special welcome during the event in the church parlors. Of particular interest on the business side of the meeting was news on the progress of work toward the bazaar "Holiday Buy- ways" scheduled for Dec. 2. This was given by Mrs. Mcrwyn Hilt. Twelve circles reported Friday and golden age members were present from each. Mrs. D. W. i 'Sward turned the meeting over to ifj [Mrs. Henry Marshall, vice presi- i/jTi |dent, who introduced the devo- eader, Mrs. W. E. Pierce. jdent, jtional •Her topic was "Faith of Our Fathers." i Speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Wesley Eagle whose subject was "Rural Missions of the Church." Mrs. Mills Westfall presented a solo "Little White Church ! on the Hill." Mrs. Jual Ford closed with prayer. ! Circles three and four were in charge of the social hour. enau *3d J ^onoree These last few weeks have been Miss Nickas' home, 255 Division Lutheran Choir Is Entertained at Stuart Gordon Home Members of the First Lutheraii Choir were entertained at a wiener roast Thursday evening by Mr. and Mrs. Stuart W. Gordon about the fireplace on their spacious rear lawn of their home at 962 Brown Avenue. The outing fol- <rp at : Wilson Circle in charge of the des-, ..." .... ' ,,. „, _ c." ,. . ., vouUi scrl I,,ncheon included Mrs - w - 3 y 1 In keenine with her future hus ^ ™}l ea ™J l h ? ld a ^ S ! E. Terry, Mrs. John D. Wilson, Igaret Rabenau as she was gradu-,. In f e _PJ?.?_*™_ ner [ ut , u ff ™ s ;! at . the church under the direction ligion. "Youth is the basic unit of society. So many forces are work today working against that homes and churches have to % lt,r . r >'- ftl "; Jon " V' vyuson,;s --Y««,«^ occupation, a baker, the place special emphasis on training; Mrs Atwood, Mrs. C. J. ated from the Galesburg Cottage gifts at this snower were hidden of the young folks. Moral charac-! B °^ f r an(J Mrs - c - s - Cole - [School of Nursing and has been'in an electric stove (cardboard) tcr must be undergirded dynamic religion. Week ligious schools for fourth sixth grade pupils are Uw* wv,... 6 —-• — b« lR „ VVHOM in thp Fast planned after the 1952 Supreme; to Boggs Academy in Keysville .(0 °y« «• ^rigni m r,as prjzes were vm ^ Roscoe i ni . Assisting the Gordons j nar . Court Decision. The future hinges Ga. and to various Youth Centers 'Main b0lr e e 1 congregational „ _ of Mrs. C. E. Van Norman. An informal program of singing was led by the Rev. Leman V. Olsenius. on what we do as children. The!around the world. Guests Attend From Eight Churches Trinity Society- Notes 35th Anniversary To Study in Utah Stanley Stoneking, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stoneking, 71 Bandy Ave., left this week for Provo, Utah, where he enters his sophomore year at Brigham Young University and continues his courses in art, music and religion. While attending high school he won several awards in art work and was a member of the High School Band, Knox College Band and American Legion Band and since going to B. Y. U. he is a member of the B. Y. U. Concert Band. Mary Ellen Stoneking, a sister of Stanley left immediately after her graduation from high school in 1951 for Salt Lake City where she took a complete course at Salt Lake City Business College and since its completion has been working for Columbia Pictures Inc. She is also entering Brigham Young University this fall and ex pects to complete a course there. Trinity Lutheran Missionary Society noted its 35th Anniversary Friday afternoon with a tea. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Vin cent Bogren and Mrs. M. L. Ray mond. Mrs. John Ankersen pre sided during the meeting and wet corned guests from Altona, Galva, Knoxville, Kewanee, Monmouth, Woodhull, Wataga and First Lutheran of Galesburg. Mrs. Forrest Quick was in charge of devotions. A musical trio composed of Mrs. Mary Moore, piano, Miss Barbara Johnson, flute, and Mrs. Leonard Swedlund, violin, presented two numbers. Color slides, taken by the church missionary Miss Verna Lofgren, since her return to India were You'll experience the annoyance of a missing button far less frequently if you sew them all on firmly when the garment is new Go South thii WinUr for rtit, relaxation and funf All-cxpcnse, personally-escorted touri to I'lonjj from 9 days, with extensions to Cuba Write, telephone, or come in for illustrated folders . . with no cost nor obligation. GALESBURG BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB 254 E. Simmons Si. Phono 4818 "Let ibt Cbicaio Motor CM B* YOUR Travtl Attnt" Girls of Future Homeinakers to Be On TV Program A group of girls from the Fu ture Homemakers of America of Galesburg Senior High School is planning to make an appearance on television, Thursday, Oct. 9 Gail Mitchell, Doris Swanson, Joyce Sand and Frances Cross, accompanied by their vocational homemaking teacher, Miss Ruth Schwarz, will give a demonstration on home foods and cooking uten sils on Helene Dilgcr's Food Pro gram at 11 a.m. on Channel 5 IWOC-TV in Davenport. Planning the television program arc Gail Mitchell, chairman; Judy McKnight, Joanne Stewart, Mary Endter, Diane Cebert, Barbara Anderson, Marjorie Patton, Dar lene Reed, Barbara Dunn, Frances Cross, Jcanie Gelling, Sue Lundquist, Cynthia Marshall, Joyce Fisher, Karen Kennedy and Christine McClaren. Officers for Future Homemakers of America are Barbara Culver, president; Mary Frakes, vice president; Joyce Sand, secretary; Jeanne Squires, treasurer. screened by the Rev. Mr. Raymond with Mrs. Forrest Carlson, narrator. The pastor spoke on missions in India. Mrs. Ankersen gave a special greeting to charter members present and Mrs. Raymond presented each with a corsage. Attending were Mrs. Louis Nielson,- Mrs. Ar Church, Saturday evening. Blanton, Mrs. Edith Drew and (ranging the affair were choir Members of the graduating class Mrs - v - J - Wri 8 h t- j members Mrs. Elon Blucker, Mrs. at the hospital were guests at a. Gift Shower |Violet Swanson and Robert Han- surprise gift shower honoring! A centerpiece of yellow chrys-'son. Miss Rabenau Tuesday. Hostesses anthemuns graced the refresh- — for the event held at 995 Lincolniment table at the gift shower held! St. were Miss Barbara Coxe, Miss i" the home of Mrs. KennethjMlSS Harriet Aberg Barbara Bachmann, Miss BettyHaroine Jr., 1116 Bateman St. c i 11 i Byers and Miss Peggy Wilcoxen. Mrs. Kenneth Hardine Sr. was C o-i D } ifitlK - s lo Aipna 1TIU The bride's colors of bluebird blue hostess for the affair. Guests in-| Miss Harriet Aberg, nurse anes- and wheat yellow were used included relatives of the bridegroom-jthetist at the Galesburg Cottage Mrs. Miss Nell Swanson and Mrs.jand fruits. Mrs. Louis Nielson Fred Swensoh. The first president,|and Mrs. Arthur Nyman served at i decorating" the" refreshmenttableito-be Mrs. F. E. Johnson, also Mrs. Oscar [the table also ornamented in thej Guests presented the honoree with Miss Rabenau is the daughter of Swanson and Mrs. Axel E. Ehn;fall colors. Itwo gifts. |Mr ' " - - were not able to be present. Mrs. Harold Nelson was wel corned as a new member. Refreshments were served Cousins Entertain I Mr. Comprising the committee for the serving were Mrs. Delphia! Miss Grace Nickas, who will be Mrs. V. J. Wright Malcolm, Mrs. Walter Swanson,| 0 ne of the honoree's bridesmaids,! inlMrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Elmerjand Mrs. George Nickas Jr., en ' Hospital, presented an interesting talk on the history of anesthetic and Mrs. Fred J. Sharp and!f ndu what is required of a person Wright is the son of Mr. andi 1 " bec o m e an anesthetist to mem- jbers of the Alpha Mu chapter of the Martha Room which was dec-jThoureen, Mrs. Dave Youngren;tertained for Miss Rabenau the thur Nyman, Mrs. L. D. Johnson, orated with fall flowers, leavesand Mrs. Otis Halstedt. week before at a gift shower at News in back-to-school fashions for small fry places emphasis squarely on fabrics. We show here washable, permanently pleated skirt (left) worn with nylon pima blouse with puffed sleeves and pleated jabot. The two-piece suit (center) is in new rayon-and- cotton corduroy combination in smoky blue shade. Gored skirt is coupled with boxy jacket. Pale beige dress (right) is completely practical because it's 95 per cent orlon and five per cent nylon and can be washed in the washing machine. Velvet belt is elasticized for perfect fit. All three designs are by a Dallas designer and all three fashions are intended to save wear and tear on mother. Mothers will find many such suits and dresses in easily-cared-for fabrics as they shop for school clothes. Lutheran Circle Has Guest Soloist Wednesday, Nov. 4, will find the parish house of the First Lutheran Church a busy spot as the fall bazaar and chicken pie supper will be held then. Plans for this RrMekah Lodge 791 Will Honor Past Noble Grands at Meeting Members of the Galesburg Rebekah Lodge 791 assembled in the I.O.O.F. Hall Thursday evening with Mrs. Cecil Miller conducting the meeting. Visitors were wel corned from District 11 and Ottumwa, Iowa At the business meeting a report from the Odd Fellows Old Folks Home at Mattoon was read by the secretary, An invitation from Social Announcements DeMOLAY MOTHERS CLUB DORCAS CIRCLE DeMolay Mothers Club will meet! Trinity Lutheran Church Dorcas in the home of Mrs. 0. L. Olson,jCircle, with Mrs. Carl Edwards, 1337 N. Cherry St., Monday eve- leader, will meet at 2 o'clock were discussed Thursday at the „ ¥ .„ UUM „ UI1I meeting of Circle Two in the Me- the Fa j rview Lodge 2 43, who are morial Room. 1 Mrs. Roy H. Pearson conducted the meeting and led the song serv ice. Mrs. Elon Blucker was guest pianist and later presented two vocal solos, "The Name of Jesus Is So Sweet" and "Back of the Clouds." Also on the program was a reading titled "The Last Chance" written by Fulton Oursler and given by Mrs. Wesley Stromquist. Reports were presented by Mrs. Stromquist, Mrs. William Hallas and Mrs. Ernest Dilley. Fall flowers centered the candlelit table for the social hour at which Mrs. Elmer Johnson and Mrs. Hallas were hostesses. Mrs. Wallace Morling and Miss Florence Johnson were guests. Mrs. Maurice Carlson and Mrs. Arthur arlson will be hostesses for the Nov. 5 meeting. CHICKEN SUPPER Wednesday, Oct. 7 Dahinda METHODIST CHURCH Adults $1.23 - Child, undor 12 50c Sorvina Starts *t i P. M. entertaining district officers Oct. 12, was read and accepted. An investigation committee was appointed and included Mrs. Roy Lee, Mrs. Geo Peabody and Frank Clendenin. The Past Noble Grands will be honored at the next meeting, Oct. 15, and the following committee was appointed, Mrs. Peabody, Mrs. Nellie Rank, Mrs. Madge Morss, Mrs. Eleanor Endres and M.-s. Homer Hicks. Grease accumulations in an oven will cause smoke if neglected. Remove excess grease and char with spatula or stiff brush and soapsuds. Stuck-on grease may be dissolved by leaving one-half cup of ammonia in the oven overnight. ning at 7:30 o'clock. E. U. B. WELFARE SOCIETY Evangelical United Brethren Tuesday afternoon at the Martha Room of the church. Those attending are being requested to go prepared to sew. Hostesses will Welfare Society will meet in the!be Mrs. William Meeks, Mrs. home of Mrs. Leah Bradbury, 794|John Mathers and Miss Nettie Ny Pine St. man. TUSCARORA CLUB Tuscarora Club will tour Black ARMY MOTHERS CLUB Army Mothers Club will meet for a 9 o'clock breakfast and white Hawk State Park at Rock Island elephant sale in the home of Mrs.lTuesday. Members are being Ed Guardalabene, 758 S. Cedar asked to note change in date. St., Tuesday morning. SANDBURG COTTAGE Mrs. William Goodwin and daughter, Gloria, will be hostesses Sunday afternoon when the Carl Sandburg Birthplace, 331 E. Third St., is open to the public from 3 to 5 o'clock. Make a resilient floor covering —cork, rubber, linoleum, asphalt, plastic—last longer by protecting against indentations from furni V.F.W. AUXILIARY Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the club rooms of the V.F.W. Hall. CHILDREN'S ROOM ASSOC. Women of the First Methodist Church will have charge of the meeting of the Children's Room Association of Cottage Hospital Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. ARMED FORCES CLUB The Armed Forces Service Club will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Community Lounge. Members are being asked to lake, fruit juices, soups and coffee for^se of Iowa. Women Attend District Meeting ': Seventy-five club women from the 15th district, of whom 20 were from Galesburg, were among the 303 members attending a regional meeting of the Federated Women's Clubs in Havana Friday. The Interest and Utility Club was hostess to the event. Mrs. Ronald A. King, vice presi-] dent, director of the Central region, presided during the entire session. With the motto "Keep Faith—Look to the Future" as its goal, the year's work is based upon!burger are touring the East. In "Preserving Our Heritage." Thirty-[Washington, D. C, this week, Mr. two state officers and chairmenJFrankenburger is attending the Epsilon Sigma Alpha Thursday evening. Members met in the Community Lounge of the Y.M.C.A. Final plans were made and reports from the committees on the State Convention to be held in Galesburg Oct. 16-18 were heard. It was voted to assist the Galesburg Cottage Hospital on the annual jelly shower. Various committee reports were heard. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Mary Schaeffer and Mrs. Dorothy Morris. Ben Frankenburgers Travel in the East Mr. and Mrs. Ben Franken- Miss Mary W. Cecil and Kenneth Leroy Chase Are Wed in Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cecil, 1297 S. Chambers St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary- Margaret, to Kenneth Leroy Chase J Sammy, all of Galva Conner Reunion Is Held at Lincoln Park The seventh annual Conner reunion was held Sunday at the Lincoln Park pavilion with 47 attend-, nnn „:„.:,„„„ ing. At the business meeting con> oon vlsltors ducted by Mrs. Verlin Mixer president, officers elected for 1954 were Mrs. Rolland Conner, president; Mrs. Harlo Carlson, vice president; Mrs. Clarence Conner, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Leland Newman and Clarence Carlson, ice cream committee; and Mrs. Clarence Conner, coffee. The eldest present was Mrs. Carrie Church of Victoria, the youngest, Gerrard Carlson of Galesburg, and coming the greatest distance, Mr. and Mrs. Earl! Conner, Minneapolis, Minn. Present were in addition to those mentioned Mr. and Mrs. Donald Conner, Tommy and Beverly ( Jean of Washington; Verlin Mixer, Gary and Sharon, Avon; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Winget, Lorraine; Clarence Carlson, Carl, Charloo and Amelia, Mrs. Selma Carlson, Harlo Carlson and Jerry, W. B. Conner, all of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Milford Peterson, Eileen and Willard Crisco, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Conner, Jimmy, Danny and were present for the work shop. Two students Kent Whitten, clarinet, and Marilyn Koke, tympani, who had attended the Egp- tian Music School, presented a musical interlude prior to the morning session. Stale President Mrs. Wade W. Reece spoke to the group during the afternoon with her topic being, "At the Halfway Mark." Preceding this talk was an organ recital by Mrs. Lyle Anno and vocal solos by Mrs Robert Nieder. Among the display of pictures made by pupils who had been sponsored by clubs for the An School was one by Vincent Cebert of Galesburg. Luncheon was served the group at the Methodist Church and the Christian Church. National Association of Insurance Agents meeting. From there they will travel to Richmond, Va., Williamsburg, Va., then to Philadelphia, Pa., New York, N. Y., and back through Pittsburg, Pa., to visit with Mr. Frankenburger's family. 1" Rolland Conner, Mike, Dick and John, Clarence Conner, all of Victoria. Mrs. Maud Sornberger and Miss Helen Swanson were after- United CONTINENTAL Fund Pratptctui om ftaqvaif i WADDELL & REED, INC j Principal Unc /erwriUn A. B. BRYNGELSON I 1339 N. Prairio Ph. Galesburg, III. 3910-3 i S s of Galesburg. Mr. Chase is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert the Red Cross. P.E.O. CHAPTER HO Chapter HO of P.E.O. will meet The wedding took place in DeWitt, Iowa, May 29. At present Mr. and Mrs. Chase are residing at 67 S. Seminary St. She is Also, Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance Conner, Shirley, William and Earl, ture legs. Glass or rubber pro- for a 1:30 o'clock dessert lunch- employed at Walgreen Drug Store tectors should be applied to the latter. BEAD THE WANT ADS eon Monday at the home of Mrs. Jual Ford, 540 N. Broad St. Members will tell of their vacation experiences. and he is employed by the DeLuxe Cab Company. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Thursday, Ociobtr 8 GUson Community Church Adult* $1 .25 Children 85c Serving bagln* at S. Fried chicken, ruaihed poUloeo, gravy. »l»w, psas, »w»«t poiatoai. pie, colfee, rolls, plcklea and JeUy. Sponsored by GUion Cemetery Aaa'n BEAUTY SALON BALCONY £j Vniiwt'' tRurctt WOfit WCi £62* Fall Fashion Note Hera ii a brand new hairstyle that it dealgned for woman of all walk* of lifa • . « fringe Curh, thowa hare, are a mark of Fall half fashion . , . Ee igre to tome in ' today for thl» easy to care for hair* ftyle. 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