Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1953 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 7, 1953
Page 10
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mmen... Mrs. O. L. Olson Is Hostess to the DcMolay Mothers Club Mrs, 0. L. Olson was hostess to the' DcMolay Mothers Club at her home, 1337 N. Cherry St., this week. Mrs. Harry CJarst was welcomed as a new member. Mrs. T. W. Stiarwall, president, presided at the business meeting when plans tor the rummage sale Saturday were completed. The re maindcr of the evening was spent socially and refreshments were served by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Harry Smith and Mrs. George Muck. The next meeting will bo held at the home of Mrs. R. W. Murcen, 838 E. Second St., Monday, Nov. 2 RUMMAGE SALE Saturday, Oct. 10, 1953 Starting 8 A. M. — fAtl ClOTHINO— 68 Public Square Sponsored by DaMolay Mothers Future Brides MISS JOHNSON TO WED NOV. 11—Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Johnson of Woodhull announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Pvt. Patrick E. Reck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Beck Sr. of Alpha. The wedding will take place Wednesday, Nov. 11, at 7:30 o'clock in the Clover Chapel Church with the reception to follow at the home of the' bride-elect's parents. Friends and relatives are invited to attend both the wedding ceremony at the church and the reception at the home. Miss Johnson is employed by the radio station, WGIL in Galesburg. Pvt. Beck was employed at Hardin's Ga- Art Baker, TV Star, nicknames wife Alice/'Corn-Bread Baker" MISS MILES IS ENGAGED— The engagement of Miss Marie Miles to Pvt. Marvin Sccrist, son or Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sccrist of Williamsficld is made known today by her mother, Mrs. Addie Miles of Victoria. Miss Miles is a senior at JtOVA High School. Pvt. Secrist is a graduate of Williamsfield High School and is now in the Marine Corps stationed at San Diego, Calif. No date has been set for the wedding. Mrs. J. K.Gitten Is Honorce Taking advantage of a gathering which was originally planned as a monthly meeting, Delta Zeta Alumnae brought surprise shower gifts for the hostess and honoree, Mrs. Joe Kerf fiiffen (the former Alice Tate) to the Panhellenlc House on Tuesday evening. I Much merriment was afforded |by playing bridal shower games planned by Mrs. Ernest Peterson. Seven of Mrs. GUfeh's class mates at Knox College, who were here for the occasion, presented her with a shoulder bouquet of roses. The coffee table before the fireplace was laden with gift packages, both large and small, which contained gifts for her home. Refreshments were served from a table covered with a brown block-printed cloth and a low bowl of fruit in colors to harmonize with the cloth formed the center decoration on the table. Bouquets of fall flowers also decorated the house. Out of town alumnae present included: Mrs. Frances Richmond and Mrs. James Elbert of Peoria, Mrs. F. R. LaDuke of Oneida, Mrs. Robert Graham of Moline and Mrs. Harold Jensen of Port Byron. rage in Orion prior to his induction into the Army July 7. He is now stationed at Camp Chaffee, Ark. The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111, Wednesday, Oetopef %\W& U Social Announcements g^ffi&JT" METHODIST CIRCLE 12 Circle |2 of the First Methodist Church will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. .1. K. Jli^ins, 378 S. Farnham St. Mrs. Dean Sippcl will be co- hostess. RATKMAN P.T.A. The Kateman Parent Teachers Association will meet Thursday afternoon, Oct. 15, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, instead of this Thursday because of the Teacher's Institute. WOMEN'S RELIEF CORPS Women's Relief Corps will meet Thursday afternoon at the Moose Hall at 2 o'clock. GRANDMOTHER'S CIRCLE Grandmother's Circle of the Trinity Lutheran Church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the horn-! of Mrs. Delphia Malcolm, 78.1 Baleman St. Members are being asked to go prepared to tic a quilt. METHODIST W.8.C.S. Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Emmanuel Methodist Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church, A jelly shower will be held for the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Devotional service will be given by Mrs. Paul Peterson. Hostesses will be Mrs. Nathan Nelson, Mrs. Herbert Nelson, Mrs. Reuben Seasledt and Mrs. Frank Stiarwalt. Circle five of the First Lutheran Church was entertained at the home of Mrs. Alfred Anderson, 536 Marston Ave., yesterday with Mrs. Alfred Heimer as co-hostess. Scripture reading was given by Mrs. Anton Walberg. Group singing was accompanied by Mrs. Hillman. There will be a rummage sale Friday, Oct. 16, at 8 o'clock in the morning at 76 S. Seminary St. Any members desiring to donate articles for the sale are being asked to contact Mrs. Anton Walberg, 564 N. Cedar St., or Mrs. Carl Price, 209 Sumner St. Guests at the meeting were Mrs J. R. Hillman, Mrs. Martin Swanson and Mrs. Carl Nelson. Children's Room Association Hostesses Arc Methodist Women The women ot the Methodist Church were hostesses at the ChlU dren's Room Association meeting yesterday afternoon. There wefe 30 ladies present and 139 garment* were finished, 150 dressings folded and a quantity of gauze stretched, Mrs. J. P. Stoneking was chah>« man of the work committee.- Serving on the social commute*) were Mrs. D. W. Bowman, Mrs. R. C. Smallwood, Mrs. Glen Oppfeldt, (Mrs. John M. Maxwell, Mrs. Cart E. Anderson and Mrs. Keith England. Well-bred fabrics from the masculine departments, are also borrowed blithely to interpret these fashions! "Corn Bread always has been a favorite of mine—real, old- fashioned corn bread, southern atyle. And since the Cinch peo­ ple'added Corn Bread mix to their line of mixes, I've never enjoyed corn bread so much — and Alice has never made it so good." Art's right! Cinch Corn Bread Mix makes the most delicious corn bread you ever tasted. All you add is water. Country-best eggs, extra-grade milk and all other quality ingredients are right in the package. Leading grocers stock the new Cinch Corn Bread Mix as well as all other Cinch Products. —ADV Miss Mary E. Jordan \Donald Bainbridge Are Wed at Cambridge Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jordan, 379 S. Cherry St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth, to Donald Bainbridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bainbridge of Altona. The wedding took place Saturday evening at Cambridge, For her wedding Miss Jordan wore a navy blue suit accented with navy accessories and had a red and white carnation corsage. Attending the couple were Mi. Bainbridge's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Strom Mrs. Strom wore a grey suit and had a yellow chrysanthemum corsage. The couple will reside in Galesburg where they are both employed. Mrs. Bainbridge is employed at' the First Galesburg National Bank while the bridegroom is employed by Brown Specialty. Mr. Bainbridge has just returned from overseas duty in France with the U. S. Army. , Prior to his army service Mr. (Bainbridge was graduated from ROVA High School in 1950 and attended Brown Business College. Mrs. Bainbridge, was graduated from Corpus Christi High School in 1953. LEGION AUXILIARY American Legion Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the Legion Hall. Emphasis for the month of October is being placed on Education of War Orphans and the Auxiliary Loan Fund. Mrs! Walter Forbes will speak on this subject. ACADEMY OF FRIENDSHIP Academy of Friendship will meet Thursday evening at the Moose Hall at 7:30 o'clock. While nylon picks up color even from pastels, so always wash it separately or in a load of whites only. Matched Duet 150 for Both Eight genuine sparkling diamonds are in this lovaly matched set. $3 Down, $1.50 Weekly dewe/ers 241 E. Main THt SHOt WITH THl BfAUTIfUL f IT Choose the heel height ... the silhouette ... the throat line to match your life and times. And know that whatever pump you choose it is made with Nafuralizer's heel-hugging, toe-free last; with Nafuralizer's famous flexibility and soft-touch toes. See them on display now. AAAAA to B s 10 95 At Seen in LADIIS' HOME JOURNA 1 Rogers Shoes 230 E. Main St. CENNEYJgifs gonna get cold! WARM STYLED RIGHT GIRLS' ALL WOOL COATS • Patterns with fur collars • Solid colors in wool fleece 75 Sizes 7-14 Pick your girl's coat now, put it on lay-away and pay little by little until you need it, or buy it now at the start of the season when there's plenty to choose from. Shop Penney's and save—prove it yourselfl Junior Girls' Coat Sets 14.75 BOYS' LINED JOCKEY CAPS 77 BOYS' COTTON DENIM SHIRTS 1 66 Tough-durable cotton denim, All carded cotton with cotton a we ! C ome plus in boys' fall fleece lined inband. Taupe, shirts. New and novel colorsl brown, red or grey. 6 -18, BOYS' DRESS BOYS' COTTON FLANNELETTE SHOES WS 00 Sim 2-8 A large group of boys' oxfords, all reduced to clear quick. Get yours now. Sizes 2V&-6. Smart in either coat or slipover style. Sanforized for permanent fit. Elastic waist, colorful patterns. Sizes 10-16 GIRLS' RAYON AND COTTON PANTIES MISSES' CASUAL 39' SHOES Sizes 4-14 in white and pasteJs. A bargain buy at this low pricel GIRLS' COTTON RIB KNIT VES1S 39 4 OO Easy to care for ribbed knit cotton for your girl. Styled for comfort. 4-14. One full table of misses' sport shoes. All worth much more. You'll find crepe soles, strap shoes, wedgies, pumps in medium and narrow widths. GIRLS' HOOD AND RAINCOAT 3 98 ANGORA, CUP BONNET Rubberized fin ish. Deep pockets and belt. Fitted or flared A becoming little cap to set off your curlsl So softl 1 98 WARM [Ciuilt Lined ' - • / tmr for •1 Ml STURDY RAYON-ACETATE-NYLON GABARDINE SURCOATS e Heavy twill gabardine blend is water repellent, spot end wrinkle resistant. 0 Thick quilt lining, knit wristers assure warm comfort. e Soft, warm Dynel collar. e Large selection of colorsl .2.69 Jr. Boys/ *hf* 4-8 7.90

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