Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 6, 1953 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 6, 1953
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t Instructional fern Precede Community Chest Kick'off Dinner meetings in the at the instructional form of afternoon teas home of Mrs. R. H. Fell, 1461 N. Academy St. will complete thfe organization of the residential division of the Galesburg Community Chest campaign. The teas will be held «*t 2 o'clock oft Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday of this week, "Rather than send invitations and expect workers on a certain day, we are asking the ladies who will be working as solicitors in the residential division to plan to attend one of our teas on. the day rf their choice," Mrs. Fell said. Altogether, over 200 women will serve as workers in the residential division. "Our division goal is $4,351 this year, which represents about four per cent more than we raised last year," she noted. "Considering the demonstrated need of our 11 Red Feather agencies, we feel that the people of Galesburg will respond, most generously, as they have in the past." At the organizational meetings, the women workers will be shown col6r slides of the Red Feather agencies activities and learn the details of campaigning and report-' ing results. The 1953 Community Chest campaign will open Monday, Oct. 12, with a total campaign goal of $75,513. Former Employes Are Honored at Party Twenty-five employes of the Intra State Telephone Company gathered in the Leroy Houser home, 1414 E. Fremont St. last week to honor Luke Johnson and Junior Park. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Park, who have just returned from Korea, are former Telephone Company employes. Refreshments were served and cards provided the diversion for the evening. 4 f £4 vji w- Fall Theme Is Used at Club Party Fall flowers decorated the tables THE GALESBURG CLUB COMPLIMENTARY SALAD LUNCHEON held yesterday at the club initiated the season's ladies bridge parties. Pictured with Mrs. J. L. Peterson (left) hostess for the afternoon, are Mrs. Frank J. Scott, general chairman for the year; Mrs. Robert S. Brown, co-chairman, and Mrs. R. J. Graff, one of yesterday's committee members. terson, assisted by Mrs. R. J. Graff, at the Galesburg Club complimen ^1"' ? an * ^ S ^!' ^JS^l tary salad luncheon yesterdayi Sou P ene ' and Mrs ' Robert s when members gathered for the first of the season's women's bridge parties. Fifteen tables were at play and prizes were awarded Mrs. Morris Ketzel, Mrs. Henry Dutch and Mrs j. Wallis Baird. Hostess for yester " day's event was Mrs. John L. Pe- MR. AND MRS. VICTOR LINKS JR. (the former Velma Lou Smith) were married in the First Christian Church, Abingdon, Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Smith-Links Wedding Is Held At Abingdon Christian Church r Given in marriage by her cousin, Roger McCullum, Miss Velma Lou Smith, daughter of Mrs. Mary Lula Smith, 104V£ N. Main St., Abingdon, became the bride of Victor N. Links Jr., U. S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic, tor N. Links Sr., 308 N. Main St., Abingdon, Sunday afternoon. Reading the double ring service at the altar of the First Christian Church in Abingdon, decorated with gladioli and candelabra, was the Rev. Johjj Watson. Seating the guests during the organ prelude by Miss Marilyn Hovell were Leroy Hopping and Lenie Ratcliffe, both of the U. S. Navy. Best man was Robert Links, the bridegroom's brother. Bride in White Carrying red roses Miss Smith wore a dress styled with a lace strapless bodice and waltz length net skirt over satin. A lace bolero completed the bridal costume. A halo of satin entwined UPHOLSTERING CABINET WORK REPAIRING - REFINISHING SCOTT'S FURNITURE SHOP Phon« 8 *1216 739 Clark St. with pearls held her lace and nylon net veil in place. Miss Phyllis Boyd of St. Augustine, as maid of honor, wore a dark green silk gown fashioned with an off the shoulder cape sleeve effect and bouffant waltz- length skirl. Miss Boyd carried bronze chrysanthemums. Receptior A four-tiered wedding cake trimmed with pink roses and surrounded by smilax graced the bride's table at the reception held in the church parlors. . Mrs. Richard Sherman served the cake while Miss Shirley Castle and M^s. Robert Courson presided at the punch and coffee service, respectively. In charge of the gifts were Miss Elsie Hilgren and Mrs. Marvin Housh. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Shirley Links, was in charge of the guest book. Both Mr. and Mrs. Links Jr. were graduated from Abingdon High School. After Oct. 20 Mr. Links Jr. will report back to Norfolk, Va., for duty. Guests attended from Springfield, Colchester, London Mills, Raritan, Macomb, Roseville, Blandinsville, Stronghurst, Dahinda (j Galesburg, Bushnell, Bradford and Canton. w Social Announcements ST. MARYS ASSOCIATION St. Mary's Hospital Association will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock, in the work room at the hospital. CORPUS CHRISTI P. T. A. The living Rosary will be given by Corpus Christi High School students Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock when members of the Corpus Christi Parent-Teacher Association meets in the Church A short'business meeting after the Rosary will be held in the recreational room of the gym and refreshments will be served. Jirown. Mrs. F. J. Scott is the general chairman for the ladies bridge parties for the year with Mrs. Robert S. Brown as co-chairman. Chairman for the Oct. 19 party is Mrs. M. D. Newcomer. Her committee is composed of Mrs. Bartlett Howe, Mrs. Dick Blick, Miss Louise Crissey and Mrs. Fred H. Stemm. .4 ROYAL NEIGHBORS The date for the Royal Neighbors County Convention ha s been changed to Oct. 13, and will be held in Abingdon. Reservations for the evening banquet may be had by contacting Mrs. Frank Tucker, 1087 WESTON P. T. A, E. Main St. or Mrs. Arthur Searle, Members of the Weston v Parent- 958 S. West St., not later than Fri- Teacher Association are being" ask- day. ed to please note the change of The staff will practice Sunday in time for the P. T. A. meeting the Hall at 2 o'clock. GRACE CHURCH GUILD The Auxiliary and Guild of the Grace Episcopal Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Ray Hinchliff, 715 N. Broad St.. to plan work for the bazaar, Dec. 10. EIGHT AND FORTY The Knox County Salon of the Eight and Forty will meet in the American Legion Home Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP The Women's Fellowship of the East Main Street Congregational Church will meet at the church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Those attending are being asked to bring either coffee, fruit juice, chicken noodle soup or chicken rice soup ior.a Red Cross shower. ALTAR SOCIETY Corpus Christi Altar and Rosary Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church for the Rosary. A meeting will follow in the basement of the church. which will be held Wednesday \ evening at 7:30 o'clock in the school. Father's night will feature a panel discussion, "Our Schools and Our Children's Schools," by Cloyd Rhea, George Fuller and Miss Nellie Swanson. A social hour will follow. FARNHAM P. T. A. BOARD Members of the Farnham P. T. A. board are being asked to please note the change of meeting date. The board will meet Wednesday morning at 9:15 o'clock at the school. Mrs. Jual Ford Is Hostess to Chapter HO, P. E. O. Chapter HO of P.E.O. held its first regular meeting Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Jual Ford, 540 N. Broad St. Tall yellow candles and a bouquet of rust and yellow chrysanthemums graced the serving table at which Mrs. L. C. Hazen presided. After the business meeting the president, Miss Alice Wiliard, spoke of her trip to the state convention held in Urbana in June. Members then spoke briefly of the various ways in which they had spent the summer. Guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Ralph Hawthorne, Mrs. A. W. Salisbury, Mrs. L. C. Hazen, Mrs. R. C. McKeever, Mrs. Wallace Nelson, and Miss Blanche Holmes. MR. AND MRS. FRED WETMORE, 851 Seventeenth St., Rock Island, will mark the 50th anniversary of their marriage Wednesday, Oct. 14. In celebration of the event, open house In planned for Sunday afternoon, Oct. 11, at the Ontario Congregational Friends and relatives are Church, four miles west of Oneida, invited to call between the hours of 2 to 5 o'clock. Mr. Wctmore and Miss Winifred Higgins were married Oct. 14, 1903, at the bride's home in Oneida. They resided in the Oneida community, where Mr. Wetmore was engaged in farming, until moving to Rock Island in 1942. The celebrants, now 72 years of age, are parents of a daughter, Mrs. La Verne Ptttard, Rock Island, and a son, Ralph H. Wetmore, Fort Wayne, Ind. There are 14 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Wetmore are members of Ontario Church, Oneida, and since residing in the quad-cities, have attended services at First Baptist Church, Rock Island. -'V NO 'DETERGENT BURN 1 TO HANDS WITH VEL! Prov« it your$elf-This "HAND-HEAT TEST'' shows why GARDEN CLUB Galesburg Garden Club will meet tonight rather than Thursday evening as previously announced. The meeting will be held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Anderson, 153 N. Henderson St. PI BETA PHI ALUMNAE The Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Association will meet Thursday, Oct. 8, at 6 o'clock in the evening, instead of Wednesday, in the Pan- Hellenic House. The province vice president, Mrs. Orion Bingaman of Western Springs, 111., will be a guest. PHI BETA Pi Gamma of Phi Beta Fraternity members will meet Wednesday evening at 7 o'clock in the home of Mrs. J. W. Holcomb, 483 N. Kellogg St. Mrs. Ruth Firth will present the program. r Chapter AN, P. E. O., Luncheon and Meeting In O. B. Read Home The first fall meeting of Chapter AN of P.E.O. was held in the form of a luncheon Saturday, at 1 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. O. B. Read, 72 Locust St.' Assisting hostesses were Mrs. D^vxght Beatty and Mrs. J. H. Annegers. Serving were Mrs, J. Howell Atwood and Miss Myrle Bates. The program included a state convention report by Miss Bates and a paper entitled "Vacation Vagabonds," by Mrs. Ned Landon, in which she outlined the trips taken by members during the summer and pointed out humorous highlights. Guests included Mrs. Ruth Flynn, sister of Mrs. Ward Mariner, Mrs.'Alice Mitchell Hunt, friend of Mrs. Amy Toerpe, and Mrs. Harry D. Makeever, a guest of Mrs. Roy Landon. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Edwin Crowell, Oct. 17. MISS EAGLESON ENGAGED The engagement of Miss Mar* garet Eagle son, to James Morton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs* James Morton Sr. of Farmington is made known today by her mother, Mrs. Sarah Eagleson also of Farmington. The en* gagement was revealed at a dinner party Sunday held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Morton Sr. Miss Eagleson, a graduate of the Farmington Community High School, is employed by the Great Central Insurance Company of Peoria. Mr. Morton, also a Farmington High School graduate, attended Worsham College of Mortuary Science in Chicago, completed his training in Monmouth, and is a licensed mortician. At present he is serving with the U. S. army and is stationed at Camp Atterbury, Ind. No date has been set for the wedding. Women 9 s Association . Hears Guest Speaker 9 Mrs. B. P. Heubner Bittersweet, brightly colored gourds and fruits gave an accent of autumn to the covered dish luncheon, when the Central Congregational Women's Association gathered in the church dining room recently. Mrs. Charles Graham Jr. gave the devotional service, using as her theme the work of the church Sunday School. A most enjoyable musical interlude was the presentation of "Old Man River," from Showboat, by Robert Scott who appeared through the courtesy of the Knox College Conservatory. Mrs. W. L. Lawrence, president, conducted a short business session during which plans for World Community Day, to be held Nov. 5, in the Emmanuel Methodist Church, were announced, Also mentioned was Dec. 8, in connection with the bazaar. Mrs. Lawrence introduced Mrs. Wayne Hager, president of the Council of Church Women, who spoke briefly on the fine cooperation which characterizes church women as they meet in all the activities of the Council. Guest Speaker Guest speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. B. P. Heubner, who gave a comprehensive review of adult mission study book, "That The World May Know," by Dr. Charles W. Ranson. This is the story of the world wide development of the Christian Church, the changing conditions to which it must adapt and the possibilities for its future. Bracken Junior Dance Is Held at Clubhouse The seventh, eighth and ninth grade Lake Bracken junior high school dance, held Saturday, had decorations in a harvest festival motif. Music was by Frank Cunningham's Orchestra. Refreshments were served to the 69 couples who attended. The committee members for the dance were Mrs. Paul Jacobson, chairman, Mrs. Stanley. Florer, Mrs. Clarence Stinson, Mrs. John Pogue, Mrs. George Fuller, Mrs. Russell Griffith, Mrs. Carl Granning, Mrs. Robert Marshall and Mrs. Clifford Pearson, all o£ Galesburg, and Mrs. Glen Castle of Abingdon. The next dance will be the spring dance with Mrs. Clifford Pearson and Mrs. Robert Marshall as co-chairmen. Emmanuel Methodist McCollum W.S.C.S* The committee and the workers Members of the Woman's So- for the Emmanuel Methodist Re- ci e,y „< CMU. tori, of ll ^'S&'StS^T'S! McCollum Methodist Church will meet in the home of Mrs. Nellie Fry, 946 S. West St., Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock.. Mrs. Fry will read the scripture and Mrs. Georgia Treadway will present the lesson. Johnson, presented the program. A skit showing how to program was presented by Mrs. Meda Gossard, Mrs. Betty Ledbetter, Clarence Burnett, Robert Swanson and Mr. and* Mrs. Francis DeVoss. Dick Howard Is Honored at Party~ Richard "Dick" Howard, who celebrated his 87th birthday Saturday, was honored with a dinner party at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Julian Mack, 338 Fair Acres Drive. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Luke McWilHams of Western Springs and Sam Harrington of Chicago. New Jelly-like Formula Knocks Baked Grease Off Oven Surfaces "ITS" is the name of a new oven cleaner that restores oven surfaces to grease-free newness without scraping or scrubbing. The substance is brushed on, allowed to stand, then wiped clean with water. "Its" oven cleaner is available at Kellogg Drake & Co. for $1 and this includes a plastic brush. "ITS" After a business meeting refreshments were served. 'in performance. Adv. World Won VU soaks dishes dean SAVES YOU ALL THE HARD WORK!' 1 $ay$ Mrs. Eleanqt Otm$ro<t t mother ol Z DON'T WASH JUST SOAK Dishes soak grease-free in seconds! No washing U needed. It food clings, a touch of the dishcloth gets it off. There's no greasy dishwater with Vel — no ring around the pan I * DON'T WIPI JUST RINSE Yes! Just soak and rinse. Dishes dry streak-free without wiping! Even heavy gtease in pots and pant is to completely dissolved no hard scour- ioa ii needed 1 Dip hands in water. Then put a tablespoonful of any leading laundry detergent in one hand—put a tablespoonful of VEL in the other. woman on we* FEEL THE HEAT from laundry detergents, indicating presence of irritating alkalis and laundry chemicals that cause "Deter cent Bum"! man r "Have a well groomed man at your side and your clothes take on a special aura, Have a carelessly dressed escort and the radiance of all your finery is decidedly diminished." When assisting him in selecting his Fall and Winter clothes and accessories vi§it the shop where Style and Fashion are authentic. 1 -for Mm and Fill NO HIAT WITH VEL because Vet contain* 1 irritating alkalis or ha laundry chemicals to ca "Detergent Burn"! •Vet ti tot frodrmgrk of tht Cotg0U-Pafmo(W«-P»et Co. » 3 -Weor ancj €w*tom Ma Hats and Fine Furnishings Street Floor Bondi Bldg lines and pores "go t is wit! miracle I t ake-up! Imagine a •up makes your skin seem young and poreless with one touch of the puff! A make-up that covers tiny lines with flattering color... all without muss or fuss! Coty's latest make-up miracle is "CREAM POWDER" COMPACT • •. t most convenient way to look beautiful we've seen in a long time. 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