Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 14, 1953 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 14, 1953
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-+4 f L ^ I ITS Galesbur Wednesday. October 14, 1953 Baptist Circles To Do Charitable Work at Meetings Women of the First Baptist Church will gather in homes for MppHnrt M ni<=" the October circle meetings Frl.|l v «3fcJUIiy 1111b A ST, an 5 Honors onvenuon Architect to Discuss School Plans Exhibit at Public Meet h 4 A program of timely and special interest to the citizens of Galesburg and vicinity will be presented as a public service at an open meeting by the Galesburg Civic Art. League Sunday afternoon. Oct. 18, from 3 to 5 o'clock at the Y.M.C.A. Community Lounge with an exhibit of contemporary school architecture. John A. Scribbins, architect, through whose efforts this group of plans and drawings was obtained from the American School Pub lishing Corporation, will be pres-' , Weekend to Be and White Cross work. The latter t hospitals. Women are being asked At Hotel CllStGF (o take scissors and old sheets. Three Galesburg chapters of Charity Carman Circle will meet Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority will with Mrs. R. G. Mustain, 742 N, be hostesses to the Illinois K.S.A. Cherry St. Mrs. Hoy Obcrling, State Convention this weekend, chairman, will conduct the busi- Oct 16, 17 and 18, at the Hotel „ SM , Mrs. William Dutton will Custer, convention headquarters, lead the devotions. Travel slides Delegates representing over twen- will also be shown. ty Illinois cities will meet Friday Nina Bowers Circle meets with evening in the Rose Ballroom for Mrs. W. F. Martin, 825 N. Semi- a hospitality hour, and will con- nary St. Mrs. Mary Suess is chair- vene for the first general assem- man and a silent auction wilt be My at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, with Mrs. Pat Hcffern, 617 Ann Hansen Circle will be en-iE. South St., Galesburg, state hold. tertained in the home of the chair man, Mrs. Paul Schwatike, 850 N president, presiding. A banquet Saturday evening, and a breakfast ^ W^ ^.T XTwillT /inlWay morning, at which time Seminary St. Devotionsjvill be m]^ £ ffjcerg fo * (he com , ng yeaf will be installed, will complete the cnt at the meeting to interpret and discuss the diagrams which accompany the drawings and photographs, and will also lead a question and answer session. The schools shown vary greatly in student capacity and style and are adapted to varying climatic conditions and topography; and though none of these would specifically answer the needs of a community like Galesburg, they offer striking examples of the solutions an architect can achieve when faced with a given building problem. Each building here presented is either under construction at present or has already been completed in the area designated on the drawing. All persons interested in a subject which may soon be of vital importance to this community, arc cordially invited to attend. The Art League sponsors this showing for the sole purpose of Opera Recordings Played for Delphian r • Group Program Delphian Group members were given a musical treat when they met with Miss Merta Work, 794 N. Kellogg St., Tuesday afternoon. JThey were taken on an imaginary trip to the opera "Cosi Fan Tutte" meaning "Women are like that" via a wonderful collection of recordings. Miss Work, a member of the Metropolitan Opera Guild, was well qualified to present such a program. Taking the opera scene by scene, she unfolded the story before each act was played. The libretto of this opera was written by DaPonte and the music by Mozart. The next meeting of the group charge of Mrs. Robert Chandler. Emily Ballard Circle will meet with Mrs. Earl Duke, 1691 N. Academy St. Mrs. James Reed is in charge of the program. Mrs. Fred Stults as devotional leader ity headquarters office, and also will tell the story of the 23rd Mrs. Jessie McAdoo, international Psalm. convention program. Miss Beatrice Adame, representing the Loveland, Colo., soror- PRESBYTERIAN CLASS The Sunshine Class of First Presbyterian Church will have a guest clay Thursday at the church. Luncheon is planned for 12:30 o'clock. A bazaar will be a feature of the afternoon. Those who have not already made their res- - 11 PLAN E.S.A. STATE CONVENTION-Prcpar- inn favors, decorations, special prizes, etc., to carrv out the "State Fair" theme for the state convention of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority to convene this week end at the Hotel Custer arc from left around the table: Miss Kathryn Hawk treasurer, of Jetmore, Kan., will be among the guests in attendance. Other representatives and visiting officers are expected from Iowa, Missouri and Wisconsin. In ad- ( dition to Mrs. Heffern, the follow-corresponding secretary; and Mrs. j Delta Delta, Miss Mildred Ander- ing state officers will assist in con-lEi 0 i se Brown, Champaign, parlia-son, president. All chapter mem- ducting the business sessions:- mentarian 'hers h »vc been working on prepa- The Galesburg hostess chapterslration for the convention under orations arrbeWVsked to call Urbana, recording secretary; Mrs! are Alpha Mu Miss Kathryn Haw-, the i direction of the following com- ervations are being asiwa iu t Thom ^ Kelly> p eo ria, treasurer; kinson, president; Gamma Chi. mittee chairmen: Miss Vicki Kar Mrs. F. D. Tate of 1219 N. Broad St. ir ^rXV^^^^ andirick. Miss Mary Bradford, MrsJkinson, co-chairman. Three Day Event Set for Novembe presenting to the public some of will be held in the home of Mrs. the stimulating contemporary school designs in actual use today. Tea will be served following the program. GRUBB P.T.A, Father's Night, at Grubb School, will be held Thursday evening at 6 o'clock in the school auditorium with a family potluck. A panel discussion on "Our Schools and Our Children's School," will be given by Robert Egan, Lawrence Stickell, and Mrs. Merle Sharick. A film will be shown in the nursery during the time of the panel discussion. There also_will be a silent auction followifcg^e supper. Everyone is beiiig 'ilsked to take an article or candy for the auction. C^ott Cjuiid *Y]ole5 James Weir, president, at 1086 N. Cherry St., Nov. 10. RUMMAGE SALE Mission Covenant Church Basement E. Simmons near Seminary Thursday, October 15 8 H,m. Mrs. Louisa Selby Notes 87th Birthday Mrs. Louisa Selby of 271 Sumner St was surprised Friday, her 87th birthday, when several friends called and gave her a birthday luncheon. Mrs. Clarence Cooper presented the cake. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper of Maquon, Mrs. "Eloise Hultberg, Mrs. Dessa Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Courson, Joyce and Nancy, and Mrs. George Courson. Mrs. Selby, who enjoys good health, has as her hobbies, her home and raising roses. She received many gifts and cards. Sunday a family dinner was held for her and Mrs. Dessa Peterson and Mrs. Charles Selby baked.the two birthday cakes served. "After Surgery, What?" is other in a series oE programs pro-be used as a border, vided by the Cettage Hospital Light Insta led Service Guild and arranged by Other accommodations repoit- Mrs. Richard Cunningham to ed on were the operating room create a better understanding of light which has been received and utaiL A installed for use and the furniture anlspreading type of privet hedge will the ing Dec. ee Illinois State Hospital meet- to be held in Springfield on 1 and 2. Brazil had a population of 55,858,572 in 1953. hospital technique and will be presented at the All Membership meeting in the Nurse's* Lounge on Oct. 27. Besides creating a better public understanding, "the majo objective of the Service Guild : to advance, improve and enhance the facilities of the Galesburg Cottage Hospital" pointed out Mrs. J. C. VanAntwerp, president as she opened the governing board meeting Tuesday morning in the hospital library. This being true, one of the main items of business terminated in a decision to purchase furniture for four o£ the patient's rooms after Mrs. Harold' Rogers, chairman of Ways and Means made the recommendation from her committee. This is the project toward which the committee wishes to work. Mrs. J. W. Carney reported that work had been started on the landscaping project. The half circle in front of the hospital has been seeded with grass and 240 tulip bulbs have been purchased. A low 'X' h ¥ r r > , t . V- • - ^ • ^ n • i _ • H h v", L ..->' p J .'. • •IF- . 4 n • _ j i h k - _ F t r H > > r ' f fashion for the student nurse's classroom which is expected in the near future. From the Student Nurse Loan Fund assistance has been recently given to a worthy student. Patients' trays will be especially attractive on special days such as Thanksgiving and Christmas because of the action of the guild board at yesterday's meeting. The membership continues to mount according to Mrs. Donald Cota who reported 477 individuals and 34 organizations. Mrs. William Rothgeb reported a successful six months with the hospitality cart and sale of magazines. The "twigs" reported continued activity. Last week's bazaar brought in $172.50. : ' It was made known at the meeting that Mrs. VanAntwerp will take part in a panel discussion at DeLong Club Tours Cottage Hospital A tour of the Galesburg Cottage Hospital was taken last week by the DeLong Book Treasure Club. Mrs. Irene Donaldson, assisted by Mrs. Joanne Lundeen, conducted the club through the hospital. After the tour, the group motored to the DeLong home of Mrs. Sam Cline for the business meeting,' led by Mrs. Earl Bowman, president. Election of officers was held with Mrs. Earl Bowman named president, Mrs. Arthur Howerter, vice president, Mrs. Wayne Courier, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Leita Bonney, pianist. Mrs. Rolland Wise assisted the hostess in the serving of refreshments. Plan Rummage Sale A rummage sale is being planned by the Ways and Means committee for Nov. 5, 6 and 7. For pick up of rummage members may call Mrs. A. M. Bondi or Mrs. Dale Gunther. The sale will be held at the Gross Building on North Prairie Street. Mrs. L. C. Neveln reminded the guild members of the Jelly Shower and requests that the jelly be. taken to the All Membership meeting Oct. 27 or to the hospitai at any time. Practical Nurses Unit Lombard Unit Meets Off The Rev. J. Lohatt At Two Evenis An assembly at Corpus ChfistI High School Tuesday morning started as a meeting of the Sodality of Our Lady and terminated in an, enthusiastic tribute to the Rev. J. Edward Lohan, director of the school, by the faculty and fitu* dents. The meeting, presided over by Tom Hagerty, prefect, opened with a prayer and the Sodality song. Reports of the Summer School of Catholic Action, held In Chicago, and attended by a number of Corpus Christl Sodalists, were presented by Nancy Nolan, Frank Laulc, John Ondcrko and Rita Kennedy. Joe Mills, Student Council president, expressed the good wishes and appreciation of all in his address to Father Lohan. Using as his theme the life of St. Edward, whose feast day was chosen for the occasion, the leader of the Student Council pointed to the many improvements which have been accomplished by Father Lohan during his few years in Galesburg. James Hicks and Anita Grah§m t members of the freshman class, presented a spiritual bouquet and gift to the school director. Appropriate selections by the verse choir and the combined glee clubs and choral club concluded the assembly program. Tony Puckett, Mrs, Robert White, Father Lohan was further feted Mrs. Richard Champion, Miss Pat last evening at a surprise potluck Kuhl, Miss Sally Thomas, Miss dinner in the Corpus Christl gym- Mary Peterson, Miss Mildred An- nasium, planned in his honor by derson and Mrs. Don Cota. The parents of the seniors and mem- general chairman is Miss Alice bers of the class of 1954. Anthony Rodeffer, with Miss Kathryn Haw- Rodich, class president, spoke words of welcome to the honored guest and presented him, as a gift from the class, a bound two-volume set of the recently published Life fnson (who is co-chairman with Miss Alice Rodeffer, not in picture), Mrs. Bernard Stutler, Miss Marjorie Watson, Mrs. Tony Puckett, Mrs. Paul Randell, Mrs. Ross Hart Jr., Mrs. Earl Findahl and Miss Pat Kuhl. The group met last evening in (he home of Mrs. Puckett, 96 N. Chambers St. Lombard Home Bureau unit was of cardinal Gibbons, entertained Tuesday evening in Officers were elected at the the home o{ Mrg Pflul Pet< r rson Monday evening meeting of the 1446 Grand Ave wRh Mrs James unit o_— i A- i_ iL. If you don't have a cake rack, remove and use one of the racks T iponcoH PranHpn] Nnrcpc Unit « 7"' ~W — ireiiiuvc aim uac uuc vi <-*iv i«v«^ ~ 17 members and three guests. *reaa „ How iQ Cope WUh your child » s Emotions," the major lesson, was one. Harvey, chairman. Miss Haines, vice chairman, and Har old Reed, secretary-treasurer. «..«o ft .^«ri K« HT« Initial plans were discussed for f'f * n ,lf ndP ^™'S i° the state convention which will be ^ ,?»°^ l ^ Mal " Dish Sal held at the Hotel Custer in March. The unit voted to donate a case of "Mr? Mt5e to MM«?i£fted. board report and stated that An " Ha'nes ?nd HSS Reed served j[« will be held Thursday, A white elephant sale was con baked cake or batch of cookies. ads," was given by Mrs. Everett Fuller. Mrs. Robert Hart offered the refreshments to the group following the meeting. The division,, , . M meeting will be held in Carthagel™"™,^ ™l\ Nov. 9. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS The United Nations—what it is, how it was designed and what it has done,—is the framework of the discussion to be held at the League of Women Voters meeting Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the Y Lounge. To understand the United Statesj in foreign affairs and to realize the interdependence of all nations is vital to a stable world, is pointed out -as necessary in this modern world, by Mrs. John Stipp, chairman, who extends an invitation to all interested in the league to attend the meeting. JF.R.C Sews Items for the fall bazaar were made at the all-day sewing of the Woman's Relief Corps held in the home of Mrs. James Gladfelter, 573 W. South St., Tuesday. Guest for the day was Mrs. W. A. King .of Topeka, Kans. A potluck luncheon was served at noon. Mrs. Leo Hausman is chairman for the sewing group. Robert Hart Jr. The unit's hobby meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Leo Stein, 282 W. Dayton St., Tuesday evening, Oct. 27. BAZAAR Friday, October 16th Odd Fellow Hall SECOND FLOOR Co/Iee and sandwiches served from 31:00 am. Cards played afternoon and evening. Sponsored by Ladies oi Viking HOSIERY TROUBLES! TRY ONE OF MANY (NEUMODE) STYLES from Heavy Service Fines! Sheers No Seams, Kant Huns and Fancy Heels All Sizes and Lengths. Jieumode BUNKER'S SHOE STORE PERTUSSIN has been Prescribed by doctors for Merchandise thousands of Of colds bad coughs PERTUSSIN does more than relieve local irritation! PERTUSSIN works internally— loosens phlegm and thus "breaks-up M coughing B pells of colds. p ERTUSS|N » It 's inexpensive! Fashions for 1 Days is v-v - 4 1 - 4 4 j J i h 41 F - V 1 4 -L - 1 GREATER 11 Thurs m t-:t •NO 41 +i > %\ * * W -u _4 • n H i M mm T r K H n_ h 4 ¥_ Skirts arid Sweaters Orlons, Dacront, Wools, Tweed, Lambs Wool, Checks, Solids and Cashmere and Cashmere and Wool. $5 Skirts from $8 All styles and colors to choose from. All Wool THE You, too, will love the softness ^ the fit of flat heel comfort •.. borrowed from the boys A for shopping, for business and cdmpui capers, loo, you will find thi$ new /'fasseled moccasin" jusfr the shoe for you. You'll like the style and comfort cf the flexibility of a moccasin with the support of a full fledged shoe. And like oil Naturalize™, it has the famous combination fast that hugs the heel, |it$ smoothly tp the top of the toes. I H fc i H a t WUH I H t Bt AUilrUL Hi 95 • Red Calf • Tan Calf i Values Throhghout the Store: Reg. SALE Catsup Dispensers Cup Hook Racks Plastic Refrigerator Sets Metal Bushel Baskets Plastic 3 Qt. Pitchers Stone Cookie Jars Alum. Mail Boxes (Black Finish) — Antique Brass Andirons $13.00 10.87 Black with brass tipped Andirons _ 14.30 12.87 Fireplace Tools 16.95 14.87 Fireplace Screen 27.50 22.87 Polished Brass Fireplace Tools 29.50 27.87 Jersey Blouses large Selection $6.87 up Knit Suits Sizes 10 to 14 Beautiful styles to choose from $31.87 1.87 J.87 1.87 4.87 Suede Jackets $28.87 All sites in the latest colors. Hoipoini Refriger $467 $349 230 E. Main St. Mureen Hardware YOUB HARDWARE STORE 42 North Prairie St.

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