Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 9, 1953 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 9, 1953
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Jwmen... mt/iej/ems Christian Church Women Meet Sixty - two members attended Christian Women's Fellowship at the First Christian Church Wednesday for a 12:30 o'clock potluck luncheon. Members of Circle four were hostesses. Fall flowers decorated the tables and dining room. Mrs. William Baker, president, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Frank Itaglin reported for the Galesburg Council of Churches and indicated that tickets were available for World Community Day luncheon to be held at the Emmanuel Methodist Church Nov. 5. Mrs. Bohl, vice president and service chairman, announced the jelly shower for the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Members are being asked to take the jelly to the next circle meetings. Mrs: Harold .lewsbury had charge of the program which continued the study of "Spanish Speaking Peoples." Mrs. Nina Simmon, Mrs. E. M. Fern, Mrs. William Englund and Mrs. Edna Venn assisted Mrs. .lewsbury with the presentation of the program. Mrs. Fred Kramer gave the devotions. Coed Lodge Plans Potluck for Oct. 20 Plans were made Tuesday afternoon at the regular meeting of „ , ... „ n . .., Coed Lodge 103. Ladies' Society of.Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Carl Mrs. Brackctt, F. Craig Have Home Wedding Reading the double ring wedding ceremony for Mrs, Ruth Brackctl and Forrest Craig was the Rev. Harry R. Evans. Members of the family and guests attended (he wedding and reception held in the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Edwin Anderson, 755 N. Cedar St. The ceremony was conducted at a small improvised altar in the living room Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Brackclt is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. Poller, 124 Michigan Ave., and Mr. Craig is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Scigel Craig, 667 S. Seminary St. Given in marriage by her uncle, Roland Poller, Mrs. Brackclt wore a wine taffeta dress accented with rhincstone jewelry. She wore a liny crown hat with a nose veil and had a corsage of yellow roses. Is Attendant Attending the bride was Mrs Edwin Anderson, the bridegroom's sister. She wore a blue taffeta dress styled similarly to the bride's and had a corsage of red roses. Kenneth Craig served ,as best man for his brother. Presiding at the bride's table al the reception were Mrs. Kenneth Craig, serving the cake, and Miss Joan Craig, at the coffee service. The newlyweds arc residing temporarily at 667 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Craig is employed at (he Stale Research Hospital while Mr Craig is with Burger Heating and Equipment Company. The Rev. L. V. Olsenius Speaks to Women's Missionary Society Women's Missionary Society of the First Lutheran Church members assembled in the parish house SimJe Wool 2Wf 3, The Daily Reffister-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Friday, October tt, I ion Epsilon Omicroit Rush Party Is Held In Ray Neiticth Home Court whist was the diversion for the Epsilon Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi rush parly Tuesday evening In the home of Mrs. Ray Nemcth, 540 Jefferson St. Prizes for court whist were won by Mrs. James Blankenship and Mrs. Mary Jobe. Guests for the evening were Miss Charlotte Anderson, Mrs. C. G. Ford, Mrs. D. I Patterson, Mrs. William Peck, Miss Dorothy Young, Mrs. Wilford Leigh, Mrs. Wayne Wilson and Miss Pansy Robinson. During the short business meeting, which preceded the party, plans were discussed for the fall banquet which will be held Nov. 2 at the Hotel Custer and the fall chapter Rush parly, Oct. 19. Re ports were given by the delegates of the area convention in Jacksonville last Sunday. Refreshments were served at quartet tables decorated in fall colors by the hostess. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS The look of the wool dress this season is slim, pared-down and nearly unadorned. Lightweight wool Ss used for collarless dress (left) that buttons from throat to below the waistline. Fringed plaid stole is in heavy, fleecy tweed. The slim beige tweed dress has a neckline which Is cut slightly away from base of the throat, front seaming is caught with rhinestone hooks and eyes. Tweed Jfrsey dress (right) has high, collarless cardigan neckline and slim skirt with fold-over panels creating Illusion of overskirt. Such simple dresses are the backbone of any good wardrobe. Army Mother* Club Enjoys Breakfast The Army Mothers were etilef* tained Tuesday morniftg at 0 o'clock at a breakfast, In the noma of Mrs Ed Guardlabene, 758 S. Cedar St. Assisting hostesses #ere Mrs. Elmer Poe, Mrs. E. M. Nelson and Mrs. OrvJlIe Bond. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. James Hough, and 16 members answered with comments on how to Improve home safety. Secretary and treasurer's reports were read and approved and a report was given by Mrs. William Wager, utilities chairman. The next meeting will be a pot luck dinner at Mrs, Robeson's daughter's home, Mrs. Eleanor Solomon, 731 Madelyn Ave., Macomb, Oct. 20. RUMMAGE SALE First Presbyterian Church Basement Sat., Oct. 10—8 A.M. Sponiortd by Dopp-G«ntry and Robbins-Forsytht) ClrcUl. the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemcn, to have a potluck at the next meeting, Oct. 20, at 1 o'clock. Members are asked to take a dish of food and own table service. Coffee, cream and sugar will be furnished. Members were also asked to take orange or grapefruit juices, regu By ALICA HART NEA Beauty Editor NEW YORK. (NEA) — Manipulated simplicity. These are words that best describe the look of this year's one-piece wool dress. Intricate seaming, careful detailing and clever collar treatments are hallmarks of this dress. Every woman likes to have in her wardrobe at least one wool dress that's good for all-day wear. And if it comes with giant stole or boxy jacket, this will be the dress she reaches for most often. The slim lines of such wool or jersey or Carlson in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Alda Ebberstein accompanied the group singing. Devotions were; ( | resses ( in twecc j given by Mrs. F. C. Healcy. Mrs. Anton Walbcrg, program chairman, introduced the Rev Leman Olsenius who gave an inspiring talk on the story of Jonah lar grind coffee, chicken rice or Boxes of blessings were brought chicken noodle soup for a shower to this meeting, for Blood Center. | visitors at yesterday's meeting Following the meeting refresh- wcrc sister Olette of Chicago, Mrs. ments were served by Mrs. M. L.' 0 ^ Peterson and Miss Donna Middaugh, Mrs. Edward Ebbesen Marie Serro 0 f st . David. The next and Mrs. R. E. Stackhouse. Trail Ride a Show Sun., Oct. 11—10 A. M. 7 miles North on Routt 150 Heck and Horksirom —Sack lunch- meeting will be held Nov. 12 and business will include the election of officers. A potluck luncheon will precede the meeting. In charge of yesterday's meeting were Mrs. Axel Mortenson, Mrs. Bert Johnson, Mrs. Esther Berntson, Mrs. Maria Sundell, Mrs. Gust Ekwall, Mrs. C. A. Ehn and Mrs. Fred Root. Here's a Way i 0 Make Sure Others Will Remember You If you meet Jane once you'll never have to be introduced to her a second time, for two reasons. Jane will remember you, and you'll remember Jane. How does a woman manage to keep from being lost in the shuffle, to avoid being the kind of person others either remember vaguly or promptly forget? Here's how Jane manages it. When she meets a new person she concentrates on that person, name, face, and any facts she learns in , . . even the briefest of conversations. These Jane tics together in her broadcloth) are eased by panels mind> mak j ng the perso n she meets a real person in her own mind, or soft shirring or a concealed if it is possible she finds out a little more about the stranger after pleat or two at the hemline. This the meeting. So that the next time they meet, they won't meet as means that the stride is not strangers. . . . . So much for how Jane remembers to remember others. How does w °, m f° "5 she manage to make others remember her? Musicians Club To Open New Year The initial program of the new year for the Galesburg Musicians' Club will be presented Monday evening at the parish hall of the First Lutheran Church. Meeting time is 8:15 o'clock. "Our Favorite Melodies," will be the program theme with Miss Lucille Rochlus as program chairman. Appointive officers of the season will be announced by the new president, Mrs. Charles Gamble. Madaline Formerly of O. T. JOHNSON BEAUTY SAION Royce We Again Would Like To Extend Our Invitation to Visit Ihe SIR-PRISE BEAUTY SHOP 583 E. Main St. Phone 2416-4 not given to mincing along and designers are aware that it's impossible to walk freely while encased in a tube. Though the cardigan neckline appears frequently in these handy daytime woolens, the small stand- away collar imparts a new, fresh look. And where the white collar appears (in linen or pique), it is usually very small and neat. Best-liked sleeve length for this dress is the one that ends just below the elbow, making possible a display of bracelets if the wearer likes. Well, she completely ignores the silly advice to always talk about; the other person. Jane can talk about herself or her family or her interests entertainingly. And she usually manages to make a good story out of something that has recently happened to her. You'll Recognize Jane The second time you meet Jane you get more than a light of recognition in her eyes. You see real interest there and real pleasure. And; that interest and pleasure are almost sure to be reflected in you own face. For, after all, you're meeting someone who remembers you and is glad to see you. And it is comforting to know that you remember quite a few things about this person, who wasn't afraid to talk about herself enough to make you see her as more than a face or a name. OPEN HOUSE! Celebrating the arrival of new Utanaitqle See our llna-up of new off-ifeef frffche* beovf/ei en ditplay nowl New Diana-style Youngstown Kitchen* feature the new, built-in look, They're built with smooth flowing lines, easy- to-clean surfaces. Distinctive Easy-V handles are added for greater ease, beauty. New Diana-style Youngstown Kitchens also offer new planning flexibility beyond all your expectations. And, of course,you get all the features Youngstown Kitchens are famous for. • Tlmesovlng, work-saving, e Storage space galore, e Right-height counter surfaces e Sturdy STEEL construction. t Free Planning Service. Absolutely no obligation ... let us help you plan your new dream kitchen Nowl VISIT OUR OPEN HOUSE-NOW KITCHEN - HEATING artel BATHROOM SPECIALISTS Call 6131*5 For FREE Planning Service EKSTROM PLUMBING AND HEATING SALES 646 West Main Street Phone 6131-5 don't DO that! WOMEN KNOW Women know more about fibers and fabrics than men, and are able to name the basic material In their last suits with greater accuracy, according to a, recent survey by the Elmo Roper organization. To assure themselves of a good buy, the survey reveals that 44 per cent of the men put faith in the store, the suit or fabric manufacturer, or the salesman, as compared with 30 per cent of the women. The "Miss and Mrs." take over the "Mister" look ... in completely feminized versions that are interpreted in "boy"-look ailored shirts ... in "in-or-out", sporty "haberdasher" shirts . . . in blazer jackets with the "Ivy League" look. DON'T BUTT IN ...Nobody loves a kibitzer. It Is Irritating to Have someone standing over your shoulder in a card gam*. COLORFUL SHOES Enhancing your wardrobe with an extensive varfety of colorful shoes costs little, now that well- styled, attractive footwear comes In "Fabrilite" — the vinyl plastic shoe material. Found in dressy high-heel types, as well as in casual models and children's play shoes, this fabric- supported plastic faithfully reproduces fine leather textures and graining, such as calf, elk, and reptile—in a wide range of colors, i WANTED! Boys and Girls Sno-Suits Women's Dresses Men's A-l Suits and Topcoats (Kenwood - Si. Maryi, Etc.) Alto Coals and Shoei Jersey, French Wool and Knit Siiei 9, 10, 11, 16 end 18 Shorties t Coats (no black) Also Women's Shoes —o— SHIRTS, SLACKS, work or dress •'• O "" Men's • Women's • Childreni' BOOTS • RUBBERS • SHOES RESALE SHOP 1197 W. MAIN ST. Fashion Fi «K 953 iMM'i 'j'i 'L 'ri'i'.ri'i'i'i'i'i 'i 'i 'i *" e Sqt Jack's on il I (A ft uare GIFTS FOR YOUR SERVICEMAN! Sox Handkerchiefs Fatigues Sweat Shirts Ties Hand Warmers MANY OTHER ITEMS TO CHOOSE FROM! Let us help you with your overseas mailing . . . Packages should bt in by November 15. JACK'S SUPW STORE located North Sid* of Square More for Your Doltai i 1 f I 1 ,A ' ' Ti I i • I ill (SI S 3 I More than one dozen nationally known stylists and merchandisers have placed their stamp of approval on every one of hundrmds of new autumn fashions to be found on our fashion floor today. . Maintaining as we do with ether stores, a fashion purchasing service in New York, brings to you the best fn fashions at the CS P«* , The "Trouser- Slim" Skirl Dame Fashion has come forth this week with a new "trouser- slim" skirt. See them in our skirt section. They are made of fine all wool flannel and sell at the low price of— $8.95 How Tall Are Y OH? If you are one of the many women in that group that is 5' 4" or under in height, you will find just the dress or the coat that will fit you without alteration on Kellogg's Second Floor. The styles are newl The fabrics are the best! The prices the lowest! Dresses in 3 special groups: S12.95 S14.95 S19.95 One Hundred Per Gent Orion Sweaters The young women of the entire country are proclaiming their admiration for 100% Orion sweaters. We have them at Kellogg's in many colors and sizes. Slip-overs . $6.50 Cardigans $7.95 Cashmere Goals Here is the nation's best, in a casual coat of Imported Cashmere blended with- fine wool. This is a well- tailored, style-right garment at the unheard of price of... $34.95

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