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mt/iej/eius The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday. October 14, IflLSlLJl Faculty Recital To Be Sunday A Knox CIIICRC faculty recital of sonatas for violin and piano will be presented Sunday afternoon, Oct. 18, at 4 o'clock in Beech- cr Chapel. Miss* Bcrniec Winchester, violinist, and Murray Baylor, pianist, will perform sonatas by Beethoven, Prokofieff and Faure. This is the first faculty recital of the current academic year. Future Brides Mrs. Beatrice Gilbert's Hybrid Is Accepted By Seed Trude For the sixth time in 14 years Mrs. M. Beatrice Gilbert, 48 E. Davis St., has developed and had accepted a named variety of Cclosia Cristata, (cockscomb) by the seed trade. "Gilbert's Gold Dust," Cclosia Cristata, which was accepted by the Vaughan Seed Company was named by Edward Vaughan, president, and has been given to them exclusively until 1955 when it will bfc released to the seed trade. It is interesting to note that it takes eight years of line breeding to develop a hybrid. Mrs. Gilbert sends seed all over the United States as well as shipping to such places as Australia, India and Sweden. Rev. George Elcombe Speaks at Mission The Rev. George Elcombe was the guest speaker at the Tuesday meeting of the Bculah Walters Missionary Group. Members met at the Rescue Mission, with Mrs. W. E.. Mulliner presiding at the business meeting. The Rev. Mr. Elcombe gave an inspiring message on Elisha's challenge. He also played several selections on his concertina. Group singing opened the meeting with Mrs. Jenny Seward at the piano. Devotions were given by Mrs. J. W. Varner and prayers by Mrs. Carrie Stackhouse, Mrs. Seward and Mrs. Helen Swigart. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. Treadway and Mrs. Seward presented a duet, "At Anchor." At the Nov. 10 meeeting, members are being asked to take bars of soap for the Rescue Mission. GALESBURG LAUNDROMAT Main and Grand Phone 4141 LAUNDERETTE Slmmom and Wait 81a. Phona 4SI4 SELF-SERVICE LAUNDRY Open Monday and Tuesday 7 A. M. • S P. M. Wednesday thru Saturday 7 A, M. • 5 P. M. Mi's. Jack Smith to Head Beta Mothers The nev/ly decorated living room of the Beta Theta Pi House was an attractive gathering spot Tuesday afternoon for the members of the Beta Mothers and Wives Club, Mrs. Julian Mack conducted the business meeting and Mrs. Jack Smith was elected president for the year. Mrs. Gordon Barker continues as secretary-treasurer. Various projects for the yearj were discussed and tentative plans! were made for redecorating the Beta House. It was also decided to hold evening meetings for the remainder of the year, so that more members would be able to attend. Before the meeting, dessert and coffee were served in the den. Mrs. Mack presided at the silver service. The Nov. 10 meeting will be at 7:30 o'clock, the place to be announced later. MISS SORNBERGER TO WED— Nov. 21 has been selected as the weddihg day for Miss Shirley Joan Sornbcrger and Pvt. Gerald R. Hilton whose betrothal and approaching marriage is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Sornbcrger, 1248 E. Brooks St. Pvt. Hilton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Taft Hilton, Rural Route 1, Dcl.ong, is stationed at Camp Carson, Colo. The wedding will take place in Colorado Springs. Miss Sornbergcr, a 1952 graduate of Galesburg High School, completed the course at Airline Personnel Training in Omaha, Neb. Pvt. Hilton was graduated from Knoxvillc High School. MISS BLACK TO BE BRIDE— Former residents of Galesburg, Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Black, 11 Central Dr., Decatur, announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley, to John G. Eary, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Eary, 869 Bccchcr Ave,, Galesburg. Miss Black attended Brown's Business College in Decatur and is now employed by the American Farmers Mutual Insurance Co. Mr. Eary is a student at Knox College and is affiliated with the Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. A spring wedding is being planned. L. T. STONE P.T.A. L. T. Stone Parent-Teacher Association will meet Thursday aft ernoon at 3:30 o'clock at the school. Mrs. Helen Parrish's fourth and fifth grade will present.a play, "Elsie in Bookland." Miss Jean netlc Pearson will talk informally on "What Books Mean to Us." A display of new books will be shown. A nursery will be provided. A board meeting at 2 o'clock will precede the general meeting. Delta Delta Chapter ESA Initiates and Pledges ISeiv Members Initiation for new members, Mrs. Howard McCiurg, Mrs. Marna Music and Miss Gloria Johnson, into the Delta Delta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha was held Monday evening in the 1 home of Mrs. Howard McCiurg,! 863 Beecher Ave. j The new members will receive i their jewel pins at the state con -i vention which will be held this! weekend at the Hotel Custer. A! pledge ceremony was also held at j this meeting for pledges. Mrs. Rob-: ext Dickson and Mrs. Walter! Kalata Jr. i After the two ceremonies mem-! bers worked on plans for the state convention and later enjoyed refreshments served by the hostess. First Methodist Circles to lake Donations to Friday Assemblies Members of the First- Methodist jing hostesses, Mrs. Alvin Hunter Church Woman's Society of Chris- and Mrs. Charles Clay, (a silent tian Sesvice arc being asked to auction will be held at. this circle take articles which can be uscd]meeting); circle eight, Mrs. Dyer, in the home for World Commu-jchairman, meets with Mrs. Wil- nity Day, Nov. 5, to the circle'ii am N. White, 368 Oak St., assist- mcetings being held Friday after- j ng hostesses, Mrs. Galen Gregg noon at 2 o'clock with the cxccp- |anf j Mrs. George Springer; circle tion of Circle 11. In addition mcm-! n j nc , Mrs. Weir, chairman, meets bcrs are requested to take dona-j w ith Mrs. Ed Guardalabcne, 758 lions of soup or juice for the Red 's. Cedar St., assisting hostesses, Cross to the Friday meeting. !]vi rs . Orville Bond and Mrs. D. Circle meetings will be in the JT. Hawkins, following homes: circle one, Mrs.| circle 11 will meet at the church Lucas, chairman, with Mrs. Her-{Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in man Allen, 1369 N. Prairie St., as-jthe Loyal Fellowship Room of the sisting hostesses, Mrs. .1. A. Scnb- ;c h U rch. Mrs. Richard Miller will be bins and Mrs. J. B. Krout; circle t he hostess assisted by Mrs. James two, Mrs. Newhouser,' chairman, seeger, Mrs. Wendell Price and oncern fourde rowing. e rime Jprobiei "einA Mrs. H. A. Ostrander Elected President of St. Joseph's Alumnae Mrs. Harry A. Ostrander was elected president of the St. Joseph's Academy Alumnae Association Monday evening. A potluck supper was served prior to the meeting held at the school. Others elected were Mrs. Gertrude Kasil, vice president, Mrs. Guy A. Stinson, secretary, and Miss Joan Mattson, treasurer. Plans were made to hold an open house Oct. 25 at the school for members and friends to view the new organ. TERRY-WILSON CIRCLE Members of the Terry-Wilson Circle of the Presbyterian Church are being asked to note the change in meeting place for Friday morn ing's meeting. Mrs. Robert Rhea, 1340 N. Cherry St., will be hostess to the group at 9:30 o'clock when breakfast will be served. Each .member is being asked to take a [white elephant article for a silent auction. meets with Mrs. M. L. O'llarra, 887! Mr £ Melba Stinson. Mrs. D. W. Brown Ave., assisting hostess, , Swarc j v/ j]] discuss the activities Mrs. John Peterson; circle threc,' oi: tne W.S.C.S. Don Pettit and Mrs. Sulor, chairman, meets with |Cj.rol Swanson will, present the Mrs. Ralph Anderson, R.F.D. music. Devotions will be given by assisting hostess, Mrs. Vera i M rs . Don Breitweiser. Young. j Circle four, Mrs. Carl Anderson,! cast aluminum utensils are chairman, meets with Mrs. R. R.made by melting the metal and Pippitt, R. F. D. 4, assisting host- pou ring it into a mold. Stamped esses, Mrs. Forrest Carlson and; a i um ; num po t s an( i pans arel Mrs. C. F. Riley; circle five,, stamped out 0 f a sheet of cold Mrs. McCaughey, chairman, meetsmetal. The cast utensils will last with Mrs. Merle Clinc, 730 Jcffer-, a lifetime if they are given proper son St., assisting hostesses, Mrs.' Catherine Headley and Mrs. Rob-j ert Miller; circle six, Mrs. Stoneking, chairman, meets with Mrs. Robert Black, 889 Monroe St., assisting hostesses, Mrs. H. B. Burkhaltcr and Mrs. D. E. Burford. Circle seven, Mrs. Rider, chairman, meets with Mrs. C. F. Hunter, 1019 N. Cherry St.,.assist- "Socicly must face an increase of crime and a faster living age for all people and that while there is much crime in the age group of first six grades, the correction and discipline of the child at this age is in the "laps of the parents," especially the mother, these arc the formative years when the foundation for teen-age behavior is aid," stressed Judge Gale Mathers as he spoke to the members of the Farnham Parent-Teacher Association Monday evening. The Echoettes from Lombard 1 Junior High School under the direction of John Harstick, accompanied by Rosalyn Eck, presented several vocal numbers prior to the speech by Judge Mathers'for the Father's night meeting held at the school. Janet Johnson, Phyllis Law and Rose Marie Beckham, Girl Scouts from Troop 19, lead the group in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. "Children's Problems in the First Six Grades" was the topic discussed by Judge Mathers, who was introduced by John Meldrum. Crimes in this age group include malicious mischief, petty thievery, unwanton destruction and constant lying. Judge Mathers spoke of the difficulty of this age group making restitution due to their youth and economic status of most of their parents. Parents could check carefully on children's after school activities, TV programs, movies, friends and magazines. Statistics show that 75 per cent of these crimes arc committed by children above the first six grades; 90 per cent are done by boys; about 75 per cent come from broken homes; 5 or 6 per cent from homes that arc so unfit they are worse than broken. He said the causes behind these acts are multiple and overlapping unsettled homes, bad company, lack of obvious affection, desire for social approval by friends, nagging by parents, referred ideas and truancy are contributing factors. To remedy this situation parents must be conscious of the problem and act. j Elimination of drinking in and out of the home is a very serious! problem and one which is very hard to control. It leads to broken homes, loss of financial security to child and parents. Outside control is very hard to exercise in this realm, concluded Judge Mathers. Question Period Held A questioning period brought out that children who are regular attendants of our standard churches seldom are in these crimes. This docs not include those who at tended when very young and then dropped out or the sects who use religion as an emotional outlet. Also it was stated that to make a child feel ridiculous in his com rades eyes is a serious mistake. The P.T.A. can carry much in fluence by writing TV stations, movie managers and magazine editors and demanding a good type of entertainment. Business Meeting A business meeting then followed with Mrs. Marguerite Johnson's second grade winning the attendance record. Mrs. Wilbur Roos gave the treasurer's report, j Mrs. Jack Stewart gave the carnival report. A get-acquainted game, under the direction of the hospitality committee, was then played. The prize for the most names collected was awarded Mrs. Glen Carlson. Miss Marie Smith presided at the coffee service and refreshments were served from a table decorated in the Halloween motif. Prospective Members Introduced, at Event Of Newcomers Club Prospective members Introduced at the Newcomers Club dessert luncheon Tuesday were Mrs. Capp Sutherland, Mrs. W. R. Moll, Mrs. Leroy Whitman and Mrs. Ray E. Thompson. Adorning the" luncheon table was a centerpiece of fall leaves and chrysanthemums. Miniature footballs served as place cards. Bridge and canasta were enjoyed during the afternoon and prizes were awarded Mrs. Kenneth Bowman and Mrs. C. A. Ford, in bridge, and Mrs. Leroy Whitman and Mrs. James Maienza, in canasta. Mrs. Maienza was a guest of Mrs. Lcland Shearer. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Donald Palmer and Mrs. C. W. Mitchell. Mr*. Clark Palmet h Hostess to Circle Twenty-five members of th« Sarah Circle of the Trinity Ltt* theran Church spent Ttietdl? aft* ernoon In the home of Htn. Clark Palmer, 1198 N. Prairie St., with Mrs. N. W. Jordan and MM. Harold T. Nelson as assisting hostesses. Mrs. M. L. Raymond and Mrs. Nelson presided at the coffee table. Plans for the fall festival were discussed at the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Ernest Mureen, president. Devotions were given by Mrs. Martin Erne. The Nov. 17 meeting will be held in the Martha Room of the church and will be guest day. You can repair a parchment lamp shade that's cracked by holding the parts together and applying a thin coat of shellac to both inside and outside. CHICKEN SUPPER AND BAZAAR Altona MathoHUf Church FRIDAY, OCTOIIR 1* Sarvlng from 5 ta 7 tM. •rlta $1.13 and «5c BATEMAN P.T.A. Sgt. Richard Thomas will be the speaker and the Patrol boys will be honored at Bateman Parent- Teacher Association meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the school. An instrumental demonstration will be given by Miss Alice Frank. Walbcrg and Pzica ClrcU 5 of Ladlts' Aid, First Lulharan Church win hold a RUMMAGE SALE at 68 S. Seminary St. Friday, October 16 Doon opan ai I o'clock WEEKEND SPECIAL Armstrong Quaker Rugs 9x12', PERFECT QUALITY The Floor Mart LOWEST PRICES - LARGEST SELECTION OF HARD SURFACE FLOOR COVERINGS IN WESTERN ILLINOIS. 437 East Main Street Galesburg, Illinois icare. RUMMAGE SALE • Friday and Saturday, October 16th and 17th I A.M. io 5 P.M. Cross Building N. Pralrit Si. (Across from Nyman's) Sponsored by Galesburg Junior Woman's Club ^Sto Block Kuhl THURSDAY - FRIDAY .SATURDAY i Doors Open 9:30 - 5:00 3 87 Sim 4 (e 9 AA to B Brown & While or Black t White Saddles. Other Saddles, Black Kiltie Ties and Brown leather Oxfords . . . $4.87. Many Styles end Colors. Also other styles and colors in loafers at $4.87. •Va to 3 Children's Famous STURDI-FLEX 2.87 *<> 3.87 8Va to 3 •Va to 3 UVa to 9 0* GREATER THURS.-FRI. SATURDAY Values Galore at This Store ... Your choice of our recent drop Sample Carpets. 27" x 54' Only $^87 7 WAY FLOOR LAMPS * Values to $14.95 $087 Twill Weave Carpel 2 Rolls Only 12 ft. wide $^87 BIGtUOW AXMINSTER RUG £|j g J per Part of a roll. iq yd. LARSON FURNITURE MART On The Square Galesburg, Illinois ' - 11111 THURS.-FRL SATURDAY feature attraction! ELASTICIZED pumps now showing at?. Fashion Bootery gifted! with the well-bred talent to go anywhere,. any time, any place...molded of the fine, soft leathers that identify Vitality as a quality shoe. »^$10 95 to$l2 95

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