Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 12, 1953 · Page 8
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• - ^ 1 " h I* - J . _ V "H • _ , .• S . r •• 1 J 1 .Monday, October 12, 1953 Won airs Club St., ### r # Class in parliamentary procedure for the Galesburg Woman's Club will be Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at 184 N. Chambers home of Mrs. J. T. Jackson. Mrs. J. A> Campbell will conduct the class. The Garden Study Group will meet Wednesday afternoon at I o'clock at the Y.M.C.A. Lounge. Fine Arts Department meeting Mates At Dinner by Faculty Wives Bittersweet and autumn leaves helped to transform the home economics lounge into a fall setting when the Faculty Wives Club members of Senior High School entertained their husbands at a buffet supper Saturday night. .r /'Y- *x ,V" „ . ^Twenty-four couples enjoyed the reSen le Travel pictures and a book review will compose the program, Members are being asked to take jelly for the jelly shower for the Cottage Hospha) to this meeting. Visits Rebecca Parke Chapter •3dmoid St eqen ined a eeun^ J4. ear Gerald Phillips and her committee of Mrs. Edwin Lantz, Mrs. ,P, Paul Johnson and Mrs. Fred Robertson. After the group had completed their meal, wjiich was served from an attractively decorated table with hurricane lamps and trailing lace vines as the centerpiece, an entertaining and amusing game, "I've Got a Secret," was played. This was taken from the popular television show, and the Faculty Wives chose for their panel of | experts, Roland Hegg, A. W. Salisbury, Ted Mansager and Fred Robertson, with F. Paul Johnson act- ling as moderator. The participants are tree to turn uieir mil ^ F £ RTHER SAKL «A new na-Charles Bednar, David Read, Verne committee in the society Shelton and Roger Soper. the new Administration Building)set in our national ana state or-,** the honor roll c ommittce of in Washington D.C. at a cost ofionizations," stated Mrs. Robert|which a former Galesburg resi- ters of the American Revolution ters -Since our two large b u i 1 d i n g'attention to the fundamental work: projects for the past five years.-of our society and strive for goals nonai 1J ~- ! "*""tion Buiklingiset in our national and state or-is tn at a cost organizations," stated Mrs. Robert;which over one "and a quarter million Beak of Whcaton, state regent of,dent is "ft™* 1 Saginaw Mich, dollars, and the completion of the | Illinois Jn her "M™^*^^ the Bell Tower at Valley Forge,-have Park Chapter, recognition for this honor roll wore listed and discussed. ' --- J - — ment for the D.A.R. mountain school — Kate Duncan Smith of Grant, Alabama — will be started this year. Also it is planned to purchase a manurespreader for the same school. The one milk Another event of the evening which added to the enjoyment of the guests* was the choosing of the husband who had worn the most colorful sport shirt. Roland Hegg won this event by appearing An endow-j i n a Hawaiian shirt, which was anything but subdued in color and PILOT CLUB OF GALESBURG CHARTER is officially received by Mrs Rivers Sullivan, (second from right) president of the local club, from Mrs. Ira E. Albrecht, governor of District 12 and past president of Pilot International. Charter was presented Saturday evening at dinner milling. From left are seen Miss Arline VosS| president of the Rock Island club; Mrs. W. J. Lonsdale and Mrs. Charles McGcc, first and second vice presidents of the Galesburg Pilot Club; Mrs. Leonard Donohoc, local treasurer; Miss Lucille West, local treasurer; Mrs. Sullivan and Mrs. Albrecht. design. The evening was com-| t j lose 0 f friendship and Service pleted by tables of bridge and| v;ere contained in the address canasta, with David Read winning) given by Mrs. Ira E. Albrecht, high honors in bridge, and Howardjp as t president of Pilot Interna- Reuter being the most skillful itional and governor of district 12, Basic principles of Pilot Club— Telegrams and letters from Pilot Clubs in 32 states were read cow given many years ago waS| canagta player among the group, jwho spoke at the meeting Satur- The next regular meeting of the ! <iay evening when the charter was Faculty Wives Club will be Nov.!officially presented to the Pilot 21 at the home of Mrs. W. T.fCIub of Galesburg. The local club Wooley, 978 Jefferson St. was organized last spring. Corpus Christi Parish Women to Be Hostesses Friday to Fall Meeting of Monmouth Deanery Nearly two hunded women from 17 western Illinois Catholic TWO D.A.R. STATE VISITORS are shown on the porch of the home of the local Rebecca Parke Chapter with Mrs. Grace Smith (left), local regent. They are Mrs. Robert M. Beak (center) of Wheaton, state regent, and Mrs. T. E. Maury of Aurora, honorary state regent. the beginning of the herd which now numbers 21. 4 After the opening patriotic ritual, the chapter regent, Mrs. Grace Smith, presided at the short business meeting. Announcement was made that clothinj and Christmas gifts for the approved schools committee are to be taken to the November meeting. The chapter board and all committee chairman are to plan the budget for the year at a meeting at the Chapter House j pari s'hes will be in Galesburg, Friday, Oct. 16, to attend'the fall meet- at 7 o clock Thursday evening, Oct. ing of the Mo nmouth deanery of National Council of Catholic Women.' 22 - The Rev. James F. Garrahan f OdelJ, spiritual director of N.C.CW.' Mrs. Dwight Beatty introduced, for the diocese of Peoria, will give the main address, the topic of Miss Betty Jane Holstein of Bur-which will be encouragement of religious vocations, lington, a harpist, who gave an The N.C.CW. parish council of Corpus Christi Church will act interesting history of the develop- f as hostess to the event, which will; — ment of the harp and explained'open at 10 o'clock Friday morning Mrs. Walter Schaeffer, Mrs. Vic-! the operation of the instrument. ;in the church with the Missa tor Boettcher, Mrs! Kenneth' Miss Holstine presented "lStivCantata, a mass sung by the con- Gunther, Mrs. Kenneth Smart Century Bavance," Anonymous, gregation, celebrated by the Rev. Mrs Frank \V. Laule Mrs Eu"Night Breeze" and ' ( Zephyr,"|MichaeI J. Cronin, Corpus Christi ge ne Windom and Mrs. Phillip Carlos Salzedo, and closed with pastor. Following the mass, Callison "Believe Me If All Those Endear- breakfast will be served by the H n<mit a lirv — Mr«? Ravmonrl ing Young Charms/' ,!?^^ ¥&\hJ££°£ Thomas E. Maury 0 ^iJ^^ ^ n chairmen, Mrs. William J. Foley, <'Tho^JfJinr; rrw Ilrf u n "Mrs. Thomas T. Reyburn, Mrs.! — - - - -;-- i ^«S^^ff fS «Sf ^ Bu " Robert A. Hallberg, Mrs. Laule,! tional committee of national de- chanst is the i theme of the pro- M j h Madi g an M rs. R. H. fense, gave information of fcati&ram f ^ h ^H^ T Mrs. T. J. Dempsey, committee. She urged each mem-(the breakfast in the recreation Mrs j ' M Fineran and Mrs £ E ber to be informed along this line (room of the high school's Wm-JHeniy. by Mrs. Leonard ^onohoe, secretary, during the dinner affair in the ballroom of the Hotel Custer. Pilot colors of green and gold prevailed in the table decorations of yellow chrysanthemums and tapers. The Rev. Glenn Lindell, representing the Galesburg Ministerial Mrs. Aurora, an honorary state regent and a vice-chairman of the na VISITING NURSE ASS'N. The board of the Visiting Nurse Association will meet in the home of Mrs. F. C. Woods, 1508 N. Cherry St., Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. and help others to become inter- nasium. ested and informed. Others to Participate Guests from the D.A .R. Chap- In addition to Father Garrahan, ters of Abingdon, Knoxville and the following other persons will Victoria were in attendance. Re- [participate in the program: Sister freshments were served by Mrs. H. P. Bagley and Mrs, Dwight j Alma Louise, S.P., of the Corpus Christi School faculty, to speak on ALPHA XI MOTHERS . „ . ... lf ... v Alpha Xi Delta Mothers Club Beatty from a table attractivelyjon the religious life; Mrs. W. K. will meet Tuesday evening at the decorated and centered with an Scherer of Ottawa, diocesan presi- home of Mrs. Cecil Swartz, 99 Wal-I arrangement of chrysanthemums dent of N.C.CW., to discuss year's O.R.C. AUXILIARY Initiation will be hold at Die Tneeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Odd Fellows Hall. nut Ave. Mrs. Hilma Linner will be assisting hostess. FINE ARTS GROUP Mrs. Robert McLaughlin of 1623 N. Kellogg St., will be hostess to of different shades. projects; Mrs, James L. Lynch, The co-chairmen of the social Media, deanery president, to be in committee were Mrs. Dale Row r e charge of meeting; the Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Dahlberg, assistedjPatrick F, Murphy, St. Patrick's by Mrs. Joe Adcock, Mrs. Errol t Church pastor, Galesburg, to lead Clark, Mrs. M. E. Fuhr, Mrs. the Fine Arts Group of the Junior John Plumer, Mrs. Wayne Ander- Woman's Club Tuesday evening, son, Mrs. H. L. Wilson, Mrs. A. The time will be spent in textile J. Powelson, Mrs. Fern Luyall and painting. 1 Mrs. Max Armstrong. i JEWELRY SALE CONTINUES! ONE DOLLAR MYSTERY the opening prayer. Father Cronin, to give address of welcome during mass and to introduce attending clergymen; jthe Very Rev. Dean E. S. Dunn, Immaculate Conception Church pastor, Monmouth, deanery spir- jitual director, to give address; Mrs. Frank B. Harrington, Corpus Christi N.C.CW. council president, | Galesburg, to lead Salute to Flag land Salute to the Cross; Mrs. J. J. iMayall, Macomb, deanery secretary, and Mrs, S. F. Mangieri, !Abingdon, deanery treasurer, both ;to give reports, and the Rev. John :Lohan, Corpus Christi High School j principal, to lead closing prayer land give talk on education. I Committees Appointed . Mrs. Harrington, general chairman of hostess arrangements, announced the following committees: ; Serving—Mrs. Nadie Shcahan, chairman, Mrs. Don Curry, Mrs. Bernard Irons, Mrs. Pat Cahill, Mrs. James Barry, Mrs. Joseph Hennenfent, Mrs. Henry Cronin, Mrs. P. D. Vizard, Mrs. C. H. Gibbemeyer, Mrs. James O'Brien, Missa Cantata—Mrs. Vic Larson, chairman, Mrs. John T. McFall and Mrs. Foley. Decorations — Mrs. Boettcher, chairman, Mrs. Robert J. Conover and Mrs. H. R. Buckmaster. Books, pins display—Mrs. Leo W. Morrison and Mrs. William Barry. Parish councils from the following churches are members of the Monmouth deanery: All Souls, Abingdon; St. Theresa, Alexis; St. Patrick's and Corpus Christi of Galesburg; St. Mary's, Hamilton; St. Paul's, Macomb; St. Bernard's, Bushnell; Immaculate Conception, Carthage; Sacred Heart, Dallas City; Immaculate Conception, Monmouth; Sts. Peter and Paul, Nauvoo; St. Patrick's, Raritan; St. Rose's, Rushville; St. Augustine's, St. Augustine; Sacred Heart, Tennessee; Sacred Heart, Warsaw, and St. Aloysius, Wataga, Business and Professional Women's Club; Miss Harnett Abcrg, president Altrusa Club; Mr. and Mrs. Ira Albrecht, Davenport; Miss Arline Voss, Rock Island; Miss Lillie Karr, president, Pilot JClub of Mollne; Miss Lorene J, Chcatlc, president, Pilot Club of Springfield; Miss Lcnora E. Kick- Icr, president Pilot Club of Pekin; Mrs, Gretha Bein, president, Pilot Club of Davenport; Mrs. Gladys M. Petersen,.'True Course Ever" chairman district 12, Moline; Miss Margaret Becker, extension chairman, District 12, Peoria; and also Pilot members from Davenport, Moline, Rock Island, Springfield, Pekin and Peoria. Association, gave the invocation, Mayor Leo Morrison welcomed the assemblage, and Robert Mariner, president of the Galesburg Chamber of Commerce, extended greetings. 'The Lord's Prayer" was sung as a solo by Miss Sally Bartlett accompanied by Miss Kathy Work. Introduce Guests Introduction of guests and visiting Pilot members was made by Mrs. W. J. Lonsdale, vice president of the Galesburg Pilot Club. The charter was presented by Mrs. Albrecht and accepted by Mrs. Rivers Sullivan, president of the local club. .Miss Arline Voss,' president of the Rock Island Club, read the Code of Ethics before Mrs. Albrecht gave the address of E L T CIRCI E the evening. MrsAlbrecht spoke Mrg G'US ' Erickson," 232 N. on "The Value of a Service Club whitesboro st wiU be hostess to THE REV. JAMES F. GARRAHAN will give the main address for the Monmouth Deanery meeting of the N.C.CW. Friday in Galesburg. to the Community. Closing the program, "Sail on International" — the Pilot song — was sung by the assemblage. Recorded background music selections were by James Maguire. Other officers of Pilot Club with Mrs. Sullivan arc Mrs. Lonsdale and Mrs. Charles McGee, vice presidents; Mrs. Leonard Donohoe, recording secretary; Mrs. Marion Wright, corresponding secetary; and Mis Lucille West, treasurer. Among guests were Mayor and Mrs, Leo Morrison, the Rev. and Mrs. Glenn Lindell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mariner (Chamber of Commerce); Mr. and Mrs. Warren First (Kiwanis Club); Mr. afcd Mrs. R. L. Colburn (Cosmopolitan Club); James Weir, president Rotary Club; Mrs. Stanley Hawthorne, president Junior Woman's Club; Stanley Hawthorne; Mrs. Beula McGaughy, president of the E. L. T. Circle Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. READ THE WANT ADS Hundreds of pieces of merchandise from our stock! 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