Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 13, 1953 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 13, 1953
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m tkej/ews (J3ride n ex Hospital Plans For Expectant Parents' (IIass An Expectant Parents' sponsored by the obstetrical Attendants gowned in dresses of Prophefsfown, and Edward Roc- autumn leaf brown and green lots, Chicago. Organist was Mrs. changeable taffeta preceded the 1 next .' • a. or of Tonicn. Miss bride 1 , Miss Dorothy Giese, dnugh-'Frances .Slaymaker, of Eric sang tor of Mr. and Mrs. George Giese,!"Through the Years," "I Love R.F.I). 1, Peru, down the aisle Thee" and "The Lord's Prayer." Sunday afternoon when she Reception at Church .pledged marriage vows with Rex While, green and autumn leaf lEmory, son of Mrs. Lcona Emorybrown streamers and white bells class, of Prairie City. were used in decorating the staff The County Line Lulhoran|church parlors where the wedding of. Galesburg Cottage Hospital is Church of rural Peru was dec-reception was held. A four-tiered scheduled to begin on Wednesday, orated with while ehrysanthe-jwedding cake which was served by Nov. 4, at 7:30 o'clock at Gnlcs-jmums and candelabra when (he Mrs. Donald Crowl of Bushnell, burg Cottage Hospital. This c!as.s;Rcv. J. M. Johnson officiated atthe bridegroom's sister, centered is open to any and all expectant,the single ring ceremony in Ihc the bride's table, parents, both mothers and fathers, presence of 200 guests. j Others assisting at lire recep- Mrs. John McNamara, obstetrical' Carrying a cascade arrange-(.ion were Mrs. John Fisk of Ha- supervisor at Galesburg Collage; men I in \ lute " . the bride, vana, sister of the bridegroom, Hospital will be the instructor for wore a gown designed and made Mrs. Lyle Lewis of Hillsdale, col- the six sessions which will last by herself of white Chantilly lace lege roommate of the bride, Miss! two hours each. Classes will be over satin. The fitted bodice fea-jCarolyn Jordal of DeKalb, Miss; taught in (he Nurses Home class- lured the scalloped edge of Chan-jNorma Zellmer of Granville, the' rooms and a tour of the obstetrical:tiliy lace in a sweetheart neck-jbride's cousin, and Miss Lois department of the hospital is in-;Fine with a net illusion yoke andiScrgeant of New Lenox, eluded in the course. At least one long pointed lace sleeves. The! Mr. and Mrs. Emory will reside film will be shown. skirt ended in a chapel train. A on a farm near Prairie City. Mrs. Class work will include discus-,headband of lace and net trimmcd.Emory was graduated from the sion of the layette and equipment;with seed pearls held her illusion University of Illinois in 1951. She needed for the baby, growth and'vciling in place. 'was affiliated with, Phi Upsilon! development of the baby during. Matching picture hats and shortOmicron, honorary home cconom- ; pregnancy and during the first!mitts were worn with the attcnd-lics sorority. She was employed as year, nutritional needs and diet for ants dresses. Mrs. Edward Roc-jthc DeKalb county assistant home . the expectant mother, labor andjlofs, matron of honor, from Chi-ladviscr, but since July 1952 she Miss Maxine Joyce Roberts, S ;,vc "'-r in marnaee delivery and care of the ncwborn ! cago was in green while Missihas been Whiteside county home daughter of Mrs. Edith Roberts,: A . . K r «'Pf«»n Held Infant .Lorclla Zimmerman, bridesmaid, adviser :m s . j effcrS()n S t., and Scamanj hfJ , m . ,K S ^pUon in the Roberts A charge for the course will be the bride's cousin from Peru was 1 Mr. Emory was graduated from:,. n , , . „ c „„ „,«_!"""' made as decided by those who!in autumn leaf brown. Both gowns;the University of Illinois in 1950> vcrLU Lcvoy H °PP ,ng ' son 01 Mr *!? crvt ' SEAMAN AND MRS. EVERETT LFItOY HOPPING (Miss Maxine Joyce Roberts) who were married in the Abingdon Christian Church. Wedding Is Abingdon Event In the presence of 150 guests,'bride whose brother, Lyle Roberts The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. m Tuesday, October 13. 1953 9 fudiciand 9 C^iub ^J4as ^Jkeme of ^J-avorite 1flf )e(oclieS for J^nitiai ffleeUricj, of A program which augured well for the success of the entire 195354 season was performed at the initial meeting of the new club year of the Galesburg Musicians' Club Monday evening at the First Lutheran parish Jiall. The majority of the membership attended the meeting. Vocal selections based on the theme: "Our Favorite Melodies," were presented as announced by program chairman, Miss Lucille Rochlus, as follows: At Eve I Heard a Flute (Lily Strickland), When I Was Seventeen (Swedish Folksong), and I Passed By Your Window (May H. Brohc), Mrs. Estcllc Smith, with Mrs. C. J. Gibbs at the piano. If With All Your Hearts (Elijah) Riego), and Forward to Christ! (O'Hara), the Rev. Lcman Olseni- us, with Mrs. L. V. Olsenius at the piano. Widmung (Dedication), (Schumann), Wo Hin—(Whither) (Schu ... . , .... . ,~ .ibert) and Zu Eignung (Richard (Mendelssohn), Homing Song (Dcl :Strauss)) Ann McWethy, with Mrs. 'C. E. Van Norman at the piano. Founders Day Is Observed By L. T. Club Four charter members, Mrs. Minnie Barry, Mrs. Daisy Robinson, Mrs. Alice Mills and Mrs. Harry Gustafson, were present for the 25th annual founder's day luncheon of the L. T. Club. The event was held at the American Legion Hall Thursday. Twenty- four members and 12 guests wore served at the U-shaped rabie dec- Solenne in Quest (from 'Ora La Miss Rodeffar Presents Program for Circle 12 Miss Alice Rodeffer presented the program, "Face of Our Father," at the Circle 12 meeting of Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church Monday evening. Co-hostesses were Mrs. J. K. Higgins and Mrs. Dean Sippcl. The meeting was held in the home of the former at 378 Farnham St. A business meeting was held and ear forza del destine) (Verdi), The Gendarmes (Offenbach), and The Golden Goose (Ernest Newton), Rudolph Sward, Thomas Williams, with Mrs. Emilie Paris Williams as accompanist. The entire program was a delight to the listeners as was evidenced by the generous applause given each performance,. The program ranged from the devotedly sacred, through lighter lyrical airi and the whimsically dramatic, along with those of operatic grandeur. • Mrs.VH. "H. HaUaday, program chairman of the year, outlined the aims for the year in providing programs which would be of general interest. The year's schedule showed the following themes: An Organ Concerto, A Christmas Fantasy, Our Choristers, Our Sympho(Continued on page 20) orated with silver and white and j refreshments were served by the centered with chrysanthemums, (hostesses Corsages were presented to the wedding guests were a wedding cake baked by a minimum enroll and will be amount. Those interested in attending are asked to attend the first session,! or to advise Galesburg Hospital by postcard tcrest in attending. IVtl flit V \J% UJJIIUJa ill XOO \i ; „ , _'»#.. TI l_ i ii i s affiliated with the Alpha^nd Mrs. Ira Hopping, 207 Elhson;Mr.s. Roberts and decorated in . Rho Fraternity. During St., Abingdon, "were married at thc|Pi^. and ««*n £ i . ?, dwa . r 2 War II he served with thcj Firsl christian Church, Abingdon,!""ve' J "he niftch nnT^f/eTanS irst session,! Richard Williams of Smithficld,!Marine Corps He is now a mem-: Tnursd evcning at 7:30 o'clock.;Mrs. Morrison cut the cat G rg Coinage Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity bcr of the McDonough County The Re ;. John * c . Watson per-:and guest book en; in charge of their in-brothcr of the bridegroom, server .Service Company Board and is at formed the doub , c f ceremony jMrs. Ramon Fleishcr and were styled identically, and each | and was attendant carried cascade ar-;Gamma ranrrcmcnls of vellow nnmpons. I World Rummage Sale Wednesday, Oct. 14 72 S. Seminary Si. Spontortd by American Ugion Auxiliary Junior Woman''s Club Will Sponsor Rummage Sale Oct. 16 and 17 Final plans for the rummage! sale, sponsored by the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club as major project for the cIub ;Mccnanics Bank lifts of as best man. Ushers were Donaldipresent engaged in farming. before the candlelighted altarjMisscs Shirlev and Barbara Hop- Erickson, Victoria, another fra-: Guests from the surrounding wn j cn was decorated with palms ping. Guests were present from lernity brother, George Matthews, area attended the wedding. | and pink g i ac ]i 0 li. Miss Marilyn'Abingdon, Galesburg, London Hovell was organist 'and Mrs. ' Mills, Galva, Canton, Zion and Richard Larscn, soloist. 'Table Grove. David Courson and Robert Links! After their wedding trip through served as ushers, and Don Hop- the south, the bride will live at ping was best man. ihome until his release from the nroeram'of ways and means, reported fa-I The dark-haired bride was at- Navy. She attended Abingdon u • v.-. tr A tinnriivnn Ivnrahlv on the financial success'lircd in a white satin wedding High School and .is training at its !chairman, Mrs. E. A; Bcnd,xon v?"^' y ° nen \ B ^ ro J^ts !gown, fashioned with long sleeves Morse Beauty School in Gales- C. P. Hunter of ^nvmcrs jn, d ( oM*o recent P ™j«^ cported f?r |pn d jace oyerskirt. A .peSrl tiara;burg. Seaman Hopping attended 4 Know Your Bank' Is Topic Presented For Oliver Wendell Holmes Club Introduced by the year, were completed at a recenticsting talk before members of^he Knox County meeting recently!held her lace banded, finger-tip ! Abincdon Hir-h an A 'i* «„ ' ,V lOlivcr Wendell Holmes Club injhcld in Oneida. Six members from veil in place. A fan of Americanleave: untilOrt ?r 1„ f ™n (the Community Lounge at the Y.jIIolmes Club attended. Mrs. J. T.jBeauty roses was carried by the'return to Norfolk v« jM.C.A. Monday afternoon. Using Jackson gave an account of the' ' as the title "Know Your Bank'Vregional held in Havana Oct. "2. ihe speaker took up the various Mrs. Morton Newcomer asked for General chairman of the sale 'phases of banking laws and pro-'members to make reservations which will be held Oct. 16 and njCedures, clarifying each as it ap-early for the tea to be held at the; mrvciinvr n *cc at the Gross Building, Norlh!^ to the individual. .. ; next meeting. _ SunshinTSrf to^Rrst B ? p-|_Silver strcalf Se '^will meet meeting of the ways and means committee in the home of M,rs. William White, 469 Clark St. Ways and means committee chairman is Mrs. Wallace Ames. Social Announcements charter members. Mrs. Paul Lacky program, chairman, welcomed the members and guests and announced the program. Songs were sung by Robert Scott, accompanied by Miss Marilyn Van Norman, Knox College music student. History of the L. T. Club was presented by Mrs. Robinson. Included in the program was a talk on her recent trip to Europe by Mrs. Clarence. Gittings! „___._, of Cameron. j k^^s? Mrs. Gittings, assisted by herjggggs daughter, Jacqueline, showed pic-i^^^H tures taken on the trip and vari-! ous articles which she had gotten! in Europe. Guests present were Mrs. Paul Gustafson, Mrs. Victor Gustafson, Mrs. Jack Lucas, Mrs. Anne Johnson, Mr^. Max Montgomery, Mrs. Rex Hopkins, Mrs. -Howard Sundberg, Mrs. Charles Nelson, Mrs. Esther Johnson, Mrs. Robert Allen, Mrs. C. H. Cobb and Mrs. John Oliver. The committee in charge included Mrs. Paul Lackey, Mrs. Ruth Snell and Mrs. Virgil Ashton. Just this week . . prices cut on many of our famous dinnerware patterns. All because W% American Dinnerware Fair Oct. 12-17 •W SHOP ^ Prairie Street, is Mrs. William] Speaking of the checking ac- j During the social hour, Mrs.jtist Church will meet Thursday White. Her co-chairmen are Mrs..count, he advised of the properjFred Herwig dispensed fragrantly!afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. Robert Young and Mrs. Raymond signature on the check, explained spiced tea from an attractively|F. Reeves, 1095 Mulberry St. As- Duvall. j joint tenancy, and reminded thatappointed table centered with an listing hostess will be Mrs. C. L All the club members will par-,a check is not written on a sav-j80-year old flower-filled epergnc'Reeves ticipate in some way and the pro-ings account. Travelers' checks;belonging to Mrs. Bendixon's ceeds will go for the support of theare convenient and safe, clearing|grandmother, Mrs. Daniel Sautcr, Dental Clinic maintained for the through the American Express who had been a member of the indigent school children of Gales- Company. 'club in the nineties, burg School District 205. j The Trust department can act! The committee serving was Mrs. !in capacity of executor, adrnini-jJohn Sutor, Mrs. Roy C. Franke- istrator, trustee, or agent or as'berger and Mrs. E. A. Bendixon, guardians for children. During a( The next meeting will be guest question period Mr. Hunter an- day and a tea in the Galesburg Jswered many queries on the cor-,Club commemorating the 60th an- rect way to handle one's bankingniversary. j Business Meeting GRACE CHURCH AUXILIARY ! Mrs. L. W. Foraker led in the Grace Episcopal Church Guild club ritual, and Mrs. G. A. Harsh-|and Auxiliary will have a work ^ CHICKEN SUPPER AND BAZAAR Thursday, Oct. 15ih ONTARIO CHURCH $«rving Btglns 5:30 Adult. $1.25 • Children 75c Spomerad by Ontario Women's Uigui — Evtryon* W«lcom« barger presided over the business period, first noting the federation projects and plans for the year. Mrs. Wilson Henderson, chairman'lunch. Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Community Lounge of the Y.M.C.A. P.E.O. CHAPTER W Miss Alice Lowrie's home at 1104 N. Broad St. will be the scene of the luncheon meeting Thursday of Chapter W of P.E.O. On the com mittee for the 1 o'clock event are Mrs. L. D. Johnson, Mrs. R. M Swanson and Miss Grace Terry Any member not planning to be present is asked to call by Wednesday noon. GOOD CHEER CLASS The Good Cheer Class of the East Main Street Congregational Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. C. W. Parnell, 122 Phillips , . .. x i ,i , „ T i« »^«« rt o- r intA TSJ St. Members have been asked to being requested to take a sackjof ^Irs^J^ H. Annegers, 1014 N.j gQ prepared t0 sew day at the church Wednesday to ALLEN PARK P.T.A. Thursday evening at 6 o'clock a potluck dinner will be served in the school gym prior to the Allen Park Parent-Teacher Association meeting. Meat and drink will be furnished. Members are being asked to take one covered dish and own table service. For Father's night W r arren LaBounty, assisted by Mrs. Hatfield's pupils, will present the program. STUDY CLUB Study Club will meet Wednesday sew for the bazaar. Members are;afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home 225 EAST MAIN ST. PHONE 4381 Word Week Special Purchase SAME DOLLS USUALLY SELL FOR 9.98 Doll* are dressed In th« latest "littlt girl" fashions with snap closings; torn* with crinolinw. Choose from soft washable luUx-body dolls that "coo" when squeezed or molded plastic walking Buy OB lay-away Plan girl. Rosy-tinted cherub faces, glass- ene sleeping eyes. Many have rooted Saran hair that can't be pulled out; Saran can be shampooed, permanent waved. Some with molded vinyl heads. $1 ON LAY-AWAY HOLDS DOLL OF YOUR CHOICE UNTIL DEC. 15 Committees Appointed At Auxiliary Meeting The Past Presidents Parley of the American Legion Auxiliary Ralph M. Noble Unit 225 enjoyed a fried chicken dinner at the Le gion Home Monday evening. Mrs. Achmed Johnson, Mrs. Ralph John son and Mrs. Henry Page were in charge of arrangements. Tables were decorated with autumn leaves and fruit. Mrs. John Plumer, chairman, appoited various committees, during the business session, for the initiation meeting of new mem bers which will be held Nov. 12. Games were the diversion of the social hour. The next meeting, 'Nov. 9, will be arranged by Mrs. George Wischhusen, Mrs. Henry Swanson and Mrs. Tom Bost. COLUMN By Charles A. Fach Now is the time to get those wonderful Fall colors and unless you act fast you might easily be too late. We noticed just yesterday that the coloring in the woods right around here seems to be just right and a rain within a week will greatly lessen your opportunity. If so you might have to drive fifty to a hundred fifty miles further south as coloring is usually later there. If you're shooting with Koda- chrome, either 35mm, 16mm or 8mm, still or movie, it will pay you to use a "skylight filter," (formerly referred to as haze filter). This, while not necessary, will improve your color quality a lot. These filters do not cost much and we have a most complete stock for ever so many cameras with adapter rings of all sizes. Did you know that we maintain the largest, most complete Photo Finishing laboratory in this part of Illinois? Yes, the latest Optical Printers with all standard sizes and careful workmanship at your disposal for Contact or Oversize prints. Fine grain developing for your 828 or 35mm at no extra charge. Get your supply of Color Films and any other type from the ILLINOIS CAMERA SHOP, 84 S. Prairie St. Phone 7131-6. PAROLEE FASHIONS 60 No. Prairie Formerly The Voguo First Six Month Anniversary SALE CONTINUES Hundreds of thrifty and style - conscious women attended our Anniversary Sale last week and found beautiful new Fall Dresses — Coats — Suits — Skirts — Jumpers — Blouses, Hats and many other "Feminine Frills" at 60 No. Prairie — the new Fashion Center of Galesburg — just a few steps "OFF THE BEATEN ROAD" - 60 No. Prairie. FALL DRESSES Val. to 25.00 More dresses were added to sale rack this week. $£00 CHILDREN'S SUITS TWO SKIRTS, Values to $14.98 ... $6.00 JUMPERS - JACKETS Corduroy — Values to $10.98 Corduroy (lined) - Values to $15.00 Assorted styles, colors and sizes. $ 4.98 COATS & SUITS REDUCED Beautiful "ten Jey" Originals, fur trimmed with genuine sheared beaver, dyed mink, and Persian lamb. Also beautiful self trims-and "year round" coats with zip out linings. * LATEST ARRIVALS - "KERRY KRICKETT," "MIX AND MATCH," Jersey Bloyies, Skirts Beautiful Gage HATS 25 SUITS SPECIAL PURCHASE! Values to $49,981 $*j )/\00 THIS WEEK ONLYI Lined, Wrinkle Resistant Large Selection. PARTY DRESSES and FORMALS and INSTALLATION DRESSES

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