Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1953 · Page 10
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Ifti^i'sil. *i\ - .... . liSv-fc-" : -X- -V'; • 4 1 • ' 1 . Mail. Galesbuf, •Thursday, October 8, 1953 nown MISS NELSON IS ENGAGED— Mr. and Mrs. G. B, Nelson, 1309 Ni West 8t, announce the engagement of their youngest daughter, Marcella (Sally), to Robert L. Lytle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verrill Lytic of Wataga. No date has been set for the wedding* Recent Trip to Europe Described For Phi Beta Members Mrs. Ruth Firth entertained the members of Pi Gamma of Phi Beta fraternity with a. travelogue of her summer trip through Europe, Wednesday evening when members of the association gathered at the home of Mrs. John Holcomb, 483 N. Kellogg St. The principal countries visited were Norway and Sweden and Mrs. r Firth did much traveling by plane. •i ™ She gave a description of the flowers, the lovely quaint churches, the people, the customs, the • music and home of Edvard Grieg, which along with many other interesting facts, provided an enjoyable evening. Many souvenirs of the trip were displayed which were unique and artistic. Prior to a short business meeting and program, dessert was served by Mrs. George Shirck and the hostess. Mrs, George Johnson at the home of Mrs. George John- presided at a lace covered table'son in Fair Acres. MISS ALTHEIDE TO WED OCT. 17—The engagement and forth* coming marriage of Miss Mabelann Altheide to Robert M. Randall, 281 Sumner St., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Altheide of Avon, The wedding will take place Oct. 17. Miss Altheide was graduated from Avon High School in 1953 and is now employed as a secretary at the Avon High School. Mr. Randall was graduated from the Avon High School in 1949, served (wo years in the U. S. Army and is now employed at the Buffer Manufacturing Company. r Miss LaVon Taylor, Harold Wadham Plan Spring Wediling Mr. and Mrs. Ed Taylor, R. F. D. 1, Muscatine, Iowa, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, La Von Lorraine, to Harold Wadham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wadham of-Alpha. An early spring wedding is being planned. with an attractive flower arrangement as the centerpiece. "Assisting Mrs. Holcomb were Mrs. John BarnsteacL Mrs. B. P. Heubner and Mrs. Edna McMasters. The club meets next Nov. 4 WE MAKE WEEKEND SPEC ft Friday - SaturdaySunday READY PACKED ICE CHE AM Vx GALLONS VANILLA 78e M GALLONS OTHER FLAVORS___ 88c % GALLONS SHERBETS (3 flavors) 78c QUARTS, all flavors 49c HARTS Cherry St MISS ANDERSON TO WED NOV. 15— Miss Betty .Anderson's engagement and approaching marriage to Gene Corbin, son of Mrs. Madeline Corbin and Guy Corbin of Alexis, is made known today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Anderson of Alexis. Frends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to be held at the Zion Lutheran Church at North Henderson, Sunday, Nov. 15, at 2:30 o'clock. Eagles Auxiliary Ritual Unit Will Initiftte Kewanee Class At the meeting Tuesday evening it was announced that the Galesburg Eagles Auxiliary ritual units will go to Kewanee Oct. 25 to initiate a class honoring the Kewanee junior president and the first anniversary of the unit Members assembled in the Eagles Home. Mrs. Dale Cebert, president, presided. Plans were made for a silent auction at the Oct. 20 meeting and each member is being asked to take an article. Also at this meeting there will be a class initia* tion with the Galesburg ritual units doing the work. Mrs. Holland Harvey reported a needy family and plans were made to assist them. It was announced that Mrs. Harry Zachmeyer, secretary, will be at the club every Thursday afternoon for the collection of dues and other business affairs. Members were reminded of the corn bread supper which will be held Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock. Officers practice will be held Tuesday evening, Oct. 13, at the Eagles Home at 7:30 o'clock. The next meeting will be Oct. 20 at the Eagles Home at 7:30 o'clock. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Harvey and committee, Mrs. Earl Milan, Mrs. Dale Harvey, Mrs. Dean Witherell, Mrs. John Rickus, Mrs. Ed Syrkle and Mrs. Frank .Chiaventone, general social chairman. Woman's Club Groups Hear W. E. Niemand, China Expert Wednesday members of the Handicraft Group and the Homemakers Group of the Galesburg Senior Woman's Club held a combined meeting in the Community Lounge of the Y.M.C.A. At the morning session Mrs. Frank P. Hickman and Mrs. Charles Clay'gave a demonstration on aluminum tray making to members while in the afternoon W. E. Niemand of Davenport, Iowa, spoke to Ihe group on the "History o'f Chinaware." Luncheon was served at noon to 50 members. The Rev. and Mrs. Evans Entertain at Dinner OPEN 9r30 to 5:30 Except This Friday 9:30 to 9 P.M. OAUJ0UC0S GREATEST STORE SINCE 1862 125-135 E. Main St. COSMETICS STREET FLOOR HP Mrs. C. A. Lieber, chairman of the Handicraft Group, conducted the business meeting in the morning when it was announced that a trip to an antique shop in Maquon is being planned. Members wishing to take this trip are being, asked to call Mrs. C. A. Lieber for reservations. Mr. Niemand Speaks E. W. Niemand of Davenport, Iowa, presented by Mrs. Erwin Maguire, gave the program for the afternoon. His address was "History of Chinaware." Mr. Niemand gave a very interesting discussion of bone china, porcelain earthenware, etc., discussing the different textures and decorative trends. He stated that the most of the bone china consists of 40 per cent bone and 60 per cent stone. From this we have our English bone china. Ireland produces Beeleek china. The bone could not be produced in Ireland as it was in England, therefore Ireland resorted to native products and produced a product called feldspar, which is a calcium base product corresponding to the bone produced in England. The Lennox factory in America started production from this source, 88 years ago. Many samples of china were passed around as Mr. Niemand explained that .the difference in china was the difference in the type of decoration individuals prefer. A special pattern called Rutledge, drew comment as it had its origin at Springfield, inspired by the fame of Ann Rutledge of the Abraham Lincoln's life story. Nearly all patterns go back to some historic event. Additional displays were shown of crystal and rock crystal. In closing he spoke briefly of table settings and combinations. In charge of the luncheon which was served at noon were Mrs. Roy C. Jenks assisted Dy Mrs. Frank Gummerson, Mrs. Fritz Clay, Mrs Charles Clay and Mrs, C. A. Smith. Dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Harry R. Evans and son, Don, 331 E. Waters St., Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilson of Tay- Iorville; Mr. and Mrs. Charles. S.| Dennis and daughter, Sharon, of Springfield; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Giles of Monmouth; and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fuller and daughter, Anne Mae, of Galesburg. Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Dennis are sisters of the Rev. Mr. Evans, Mr, and Mrs. Harry Giles are his uncle and aunt, and the Raymond Fullers are cousins. iMosaic Cluli Observes 60th Anniversary Inaugurating the sixtieth year of Mosaic Club, the members gathered for luncheon in the home of Mrs. John W. Holcomb at 483 N. Kellogg St. Wednesday, with Mrs. W. R. Aitensworth assisting. Just 60 years'ago 20 young women organized this club for the purpose of studying a little of history, geography, literature, poetry, art, or, whatever the group wished, aiming toward a mosaic, or composite picture of worth while activity. It was with pleasure and satisfaction that the group recalled that the organization meeting of 60 years ago was held in this same home with Miss Alice Stewart, later Mrs. Franklin W. Wolf, as hostess. Miss Mabel Corbin, the only charter member still active, charmed the group with a delightful discussion of "Mosaic—Over the 60 Years." The recory of 60 years came alive as members recalled study programs, social affairs, guest speakers, interesting events and humorous situations of the past. The change in our way of life during the past 60 years will make the pattern for the Mosaic picture to be completed in the program for this year, "America Transforms Itself." A basket of chrysanthemums was a surprise gift to the club from Mrs. Janet Greig Post, who was unable to be present. \Dr. Wilthtte To L* T. Stone Parents At a meeting of the Parent Education group of L. T. Stone, Dr. Lyle Willhlte of Knox College spoke on the subject, "Are We Spoiling Our Children?" Members gathered for breakfast and the meeting at the home of Mrs. E. L, Jobe, 484 Lawrence. After hearing Dr. Willhlte, the group participated in a discussion with the speaker. Assisting Mrs. Jobe, who is chairman of the Parent Education group, was her committee Mrs. William Page and Mrs. Joe Schrader. I Woman's Club Bulletin Parliamentary Law class for officers and members of the Galesburg Woman's Club will begin Wednesday, Oct. 14, 9:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. J. T. Jackson, 184 N. Chambers St. October 14 at 2 o'clock the Garden Study group will meet at the Y Lounge, October 15 at 2 o'clock the Fine Arts Department will present a picture travelogue on Hawaii, at the Galesburg Club. Jelly may be brought to this meeting for the Cottage Hospital or taken directly to the hospital. Mrs* A. K. Smith Is Honored by Class Tuesday afternoon the Loyal Woman's Class of the First Christian Church was entertained at the home of Mrs. L. W. Foraker, 1027 Maiden Lane, to honor Mrs. A. R. Smith who will leave Galesburg soon to reside in Galva. The group presented her with a gift. Mrs. Foraker, Mrs. F. W. Kramer and Mrs. W. P. Plette were the hostesses and served refreshments. The afternoon was spent sewing. There were 21 members and three visitors present. Edward Andersons Entertain Garden Club The Galesburg, Garden Club met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- wafrd Anderson Tuesday evening. Twenty-nine members and friends were present. Nomination of officers for the new year was the business of the evening. All members brought flowers and vegetables and one display of particular interest was the one brought by E, P. kelson. Mrs. Bonnie Elliott entertained with pictures of her vacation trip and refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson with Mrs. Violet Oliver assisting. Research Hospttat Tour Is Taken by Postal Auxiliary After a very interesting touf through the Illinois State Research Hospital, 21 members of the Auxiliary fo the Postal Transportation Association answered roll call at the home of Mrs. Clarence Brannan, 578 E. North St. During the meeting Mrs. Richard Freeman read a letter from a former member, Mrs. Elmer Turney, who now resides in St. Petersburg, Fla. Mrs. Phillip French reported on the recent rummage sale' and Mrs. Ed Hulson was appointed to replace Mrs. Fred Endter as recording secretary. There is to be a silent .auction at the November meetij)g with the meeting place to be announced later. After the meeting adjourned, refreshments wore served by (he hostess, Mrs. Bannan, and Mn. Dale Cooke. BETA MOTHERS The Beta Mothers will meet at the Beta House Tuesday at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. All members are urged to attend. for that RICH MOLASSES FLAV0R ...bake with wis vfif TO! Covers lines and pores... gives you a flawless, young appearance! Clings to your skin... stays fresh-looking for hours! Contains protective cream base to guard your skin against dryness and chapping! Is attractive, easy-to-carry, spill-proof and convenient to use anytime, anyplace! Is fine in texture and offers the most flattering shades you've ever seen! Pouvoir Reports Are Heard at 8 &40 Meeting Reports of the Fall Pouvoir held in East St. Louis on Oct. 3 and 4, were given at the meeting of the Knox County Salon of the Eight and Forty Wednesday evening by Mrs. Fred Baughman, Mrs. Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. Walter Forbes, Mrs. Willard Peterson and Mrs. Eselwyn Kennedy. State president Mrs. V. Taylor's project for the year is to furnish a room at St. John's Hospital in Springfield. A contribution was voted for this project as well as one for the National Jewish Hospital at Denver and the Tucson Health Center. Mrs. William Day reported on a bake sale which was held recently and plans were discussed for the annual Armistice dinner to be held at the Legion Home Nov. 11, for partners and their husbands. Following the meeting refreshments were served at a table decorated with fall flowers, by the committee Mrs. Achmed Johnson, Mrs, Ralph Johnson and Mrs. Henry Page. Elks Club Luncheon Initiating the fall season Elks Club women will be entertained with a salad luncheon Tuesday,afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the club. Members are being asked to call reservations to the club by Monday noon. RUMMAGE SALE irst Presbyterian . Church Basement 10—8 Dopp-Gentry onsored Robbins-Forsyth* Cir Diamond Twosome > , convenient way to buy your Christmas toys. Select the toys you wish, pay a small deposit (whatever is convenient for you) and your selections will be put away for you. Small regular payments clear up the balance in no time. LAY-AWAY YOUR TOYS TODAY. Fort Apache $595 Hours and hours of fun reliving the frontier days of the West. Scores of thrilling pieces including cowboys, Indians, scouts, settlers and plastic interlocking stockade, bunkhouse, scaling ladders, cannons, etc. Relive the thrilling days of the Old West with a Fort Apache fiet 50 for Both Ten brilliant, matched monds are duet* this lovely $5 Down, $2 Weekly PUFFS REAL SMOKE TRAIN SET Harmless smfike puffs from stack as train rolls along. Sturdy, highly detailed plastic bodies. Strong spring-wind C ML QC motor with governor and brake. Working semaphore sig- *Tmm nal and crossing warnings included. 102-inch oval track.' • 241 L Main ...Then You're Looking for pluz tax COTY the only make-up which contains a perfectly-balanced blend of sheer cream base and worldfamou* "Air Spun Choose from these world-famous Coty fragrances: complete with kinged case -> full view mirror — and puff I'iBlUl "ruis"» mcuBT m MIS , Cwnoovndtd ond Cocvrightcd fc >iC Cot*. IGU. U ward. ELECTRIC FREIGHT Realistic twin diesel engines go forward or back-* 120-inch oval track. U. approved transformer. Brightly lithographed all metal engine and cars. Engine has powerful headlight. A ruggedly built set designed for the young railroader. Lay-a-way today. $995 1 JtlM"--' x ' > ?VV r >* v >*' it COLONIAL DOLL HOUSE Ho. Vk Erector Sol 3 -room Colonial doll house scaled and authentic in every detail. Beautifully lithographed on steel with all edges and windows turned. Complete with 5 rooms of furniture and miniature dolls. Everything the young housewife needs to play house. The engineers set has over 360 all-metal parts. Powerful electric motor with variety of 9peeds. Extra strong carrying case. Builds dozens of working models. am 244 £. Main Si. Galesburg, 111.

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