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ifo ^ito Bftiiv ftettisfef'M&il. Oatesburg, 111. Thursday, October 15. 1953 (Training Course Today Starts Six Girl Scout Events f of Month That Mrs. John Philip Dahlberg and Mrs. E. E. Lindberg will be delegates to the biennial national Girl Scout convention to be held in Cincinnati beginning this week- moring at a meeting of the board, held in the home of Mrs. R. H. Fell, 1461 N. Academy St. Mrs. Joseph West, president, was in charge of the meeting which followed the serving of coffee by the hostess assisted by Mrs. John Ankersen. A 16-hour training course for new leaders was announced by Mrs. W. M. Kennedy, training chairman, to begin with an all- Elks Luncheon Begins Winter Card Parties Fall fruit and green -trailing vines decorated the salad luncheon table at the Elks Club complimentary luncheon given Tuesday for its members to initiate the fall ladies bridge and - canasta sessions. Twelve tables of bridge and ca ; nasta were at play during the afternoon. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. L. G. Heath, first, Mrs. W. C. Swallow, second, and Mrs.l Harry Humphrey, third. Canasta] winners were Mrs. Herbert Anderson, first, Mrs. C. L. Larson, second, and Mrs. Herbert Thorne, third. The committee in- charge of the event was composed of Mrs. Edward Lindsey, canasta, Mrs P"ranz Wallick, bridge, Mrs. M. J. Rose, Mrs. Richard Morrison, Mrs. George LaDue, Mrs. J. F. Harvey, Mrs. Clifford Lipsky and Mrs. E. H. Hertenstein. General chairman for the year is Mrs. Virgil Elliott and assisting her will be Mrs. Nicholas Gibbs, canasta, and Mrs. John Bailey, bridge. The next ladies bridge and canasta party will be held Tuesday evening, Oct. 27, at 8 o'clock at the club. Hostesses will be Mrs. H. J. Gregory, canasta, and Mrs. Leo Morrison, bridge. Scrapbook Displayed At V. N. A. Meeting, Contributions Noted Mrs. C. S. Cole, historian for the Visiting Nurse Association, displayed a scrapbook started in the year 1908, the charter year, at the Association meeting Tuesday. Mrs. W. S. Mayes assisted in bringing this book up to date. Ways were discussed as to the- preserving of the Association history. Mrs. Robert Chandler, president, conducted the meeting in the home of Mrs. F. C. Woods, 1508 N. Cherry St. Minutes were read by Mrs. J. W. • Holcomb and in the absence of Mrs., Weinberg, the treasurer's report' was given by Mrs. F. W. Phillips. Mrs. Rae Oksnevad, supervising nurse, reported September as not being too busy. A total of 194 visits to 31 patients was made. The Association, a red feather agency, gratefully acknowledges the following contributions: Mrs. Herman Allen, clothing; Mrs. J. P. Garver, clothing; Mrs.' Sam Jessup, clothing; Mrs. Maple Onion Carle, clothing and sick room'sup­ plies; Mrs. Aivin Weaver, one dozen diapers; Mrs. Eck, diapers; Mrs. W. Higgins, clothing; Mrs.''Mitchell Rudman, children's clothing; Mrs. Robert Carlson, sick room supplies; Mrs. Harold Gummerson, baby clothes, and Mrs. E. R. Sears, one nair of crutches. "GLAMOUR WEEK" at Knox College is a traditional institution whereby sophomore coeds arrange for their freshman sisters to be seen in special costumes from day to day. Sandra Leach (along with 200 other new frosh on the campus) is glad it's coming to an end today. On "Clash.Day" the rules provided for unmatch- ing shoes, ten pieces of jewelry, unharmonious plaids, and that ever-present sign saying who you are and where you're from. aay out-of -doof meeting today, on the site of the Methodist -Elks cabin. The committee planning the event includes Mrs. Wallace Nelson, Mrs. Henry Marshall, Mrs Ray Brown and Mrs. Martin Bielema. Board members were reminded of coming events, including the Community Chest drive beginning this week, with which many adults it scouting are cooperating. GotoChurch Sunday "Go to Church" Sunday Is scheduled for Oct. 25 wheri all scouts will attend their own churches. Oct. 31, from 3 to ! o'clock in the afternoon, the an nual»Juliette Low party will be held in the Armory. Nov. 10 a meeting of the Galesburg Girl Scout Council will be held in the home of Mrs. Joseph West. This is a meeting for all Girl Scout adults, held three times yearly The next meeting of the board will be Nov. 17 at the home of Mrs. .Forrest McGrew, 745 N, Academy St. Mrs. Mary Davis, regional adviser, will be present. Rev. Roland Holmberg Speaks to Bethany. . Friendship Circle The Rev. Roland Holmberg Was the speaker at the Bethany Friend ship Circle meeting held Wednes day at the McCollum Methodist Church. Group singing opened the meeting with Mrs. Helen Johnson at the piano. The Rev. Mr. Holmberg spoke on missionary work and the im portance of fellowship connected with the church. Mrs. George Johnson read the scripture and of fered prayer. Mrs. Robert Williams presented two accordion numbers. The business meeting consisted of reports being read by the secretary, Mrs. John Sprinkle; the vice treasurer, Mrs. Gordon- Anderson, and the ways and means chairman, Mrs. "Glen Law. Three birthday offerings were turned in by Mrs. Law, Mrs. Sprin kle and Miss Lillian Anderson. Mrs Claude Brock announced a break fast to be held at her home, 831 E Knox St., Thursday morning, Oct 22, from 9 to 11 o'clock. It was announced that the November meeting will be an evening meeting as the Rev. Glenn Lin- deli will show a film. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Fred Harvey and Mrs. Maurice Haptqnstall. READ THE WANT ADS RUMMAGE SALE Friday and Saturday, October 16th and 17th a A.M. to S P.M. Grow Building N. Pralrla It. (Acrou from Kyman's) Sponsored by Caleiburg Junior Woman'* Club (Committee (^liairmen Ifjamed Ut Weel of J^U Wo At the luncheon meeting of the National Council of Jewish Worn en Wednesday at the Galesburg Club, members were treated to a "double feature" program. Colorful slides depicting the various .Community Chest agencies, particularly activities of the children in the Day Nursery, Free Kindergarten, Y. M. C. A., Carver Center, and Girl and Boy Scouts were shown and explained by Lawrence Withers, executive secretary of the Community Chest. The Rev. Frederick Gilson of the First Baptist Church defined the meaning of community by saying that it is a group of people who extend their loyalty beyond their family to include their neigh bors and the entire town, and share the responsibilities, privileges and sometimes tragedies. "Cooperation should be the keynote of a community. The Community Chest, which personifies service and character, is an example of this community cooperation Everyone should give generously for the community benefits from omen the excellent work of these agencies," said the Rev. Mr. Gilson. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Mitchell Rudman in the absence of Mrs. George Gross, president, the members were reminded to take jelly to the Cottage Hospital jelly shower Oct. 27. Chairmen Appointed Announcement was made of chairmen of the following committees: Mrs. Herman Zagor, budget; Mrs. Mark Lawrence, bulletin; Mrs. Joseph West, community cooperation; Mrs. Herbert Gumbiner, historian; Mrs. Murray Shane, hospitality; Mrs.jBurrel Barash, magazines; Mrs. Max Albert, program; Mrs. Werner Michelson, publicity; Mrs. Ben Litvin, telephone; Miss Ann Levy, tribute; Mrs. Harvey Wodis, ways and means; Mrs. Abe Goldstein, Ship-a Box; Mrs. Sam Gross, special events and lunch eons; Mrs. Lester Ernstein, relig ion; Mrs. Leo Stein and Mrs. David Feldman, Inter-Club repre sentatives. SALE'$V8 LOOK! $4 .98 to $5.98 ValuesI The lowest price of the year for the smartest hats! You'll find a variety of silhouettes . . . profiles, pillbox, caps and many others! Lush felts and velvets! Darks and colors! All head sizes. FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY! COME EARLY FOR TERRIFIC VALUESI Millinery Dept. — 2nd Floor Mrs. Sward, Mrs. Lucas Speak to Circle 10 Two talks were given at the meeting of Circle Ten, Woman's Society of First Methodist Church Tues day evening. Mrs. D. W. Sward spoke of the work of Zoe King of the Langleyville Home Mission and the group took a collection to send to her. Mrs. Ralph Lucas explained and conducted a tour on the symbols of the First Method ist Church. Mrs. Richard Olson, president conducted the meeting and devo tions were given by Mrs. L. D. Flickinger. A rummage sale was announced for Saturday, Oct. 17 at 8 o'clock at the church. The silver tea at the parsonage will be he]d Oct. 29. Guests for the evening were Mrs. D. W. Sward, Mrs Jay Stewart and Miss Grace Krager. AVON PRODUCTS Tha n«w Avon fliii book showi ovtr )00 baauliiul giU*. Thara at* glili lor man. lor woman, for chU- dxaa. Ovar hall of lha flUli ara popularly pricad from $1.00 to $1.99. Tha gilt* ara moaily naw—plus a talaciion oi lha most popular flift iavorUaa Irom tha regular Avon Una. la addition, lhare ara your xagular need* for cotmeiica and ioUalriai. lot yoursalf and your iamlly—aomt now ipacially pricad. Lai your iriandly Avon Rapreacn- iaiiva help you in your aalaction. MRS. DEMMEL P.O. Box 108, G«:«ibur9 MISS HOVELL IS ENGAGED— Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Hovell, 207 E. Meek St., Abingdon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marilyn, to Ronald L. Woolsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woolsey, 528 N. Cedar St. Both Miss Hovell and Mr. Woolsey are employed by the Midwest Manufacturing Corporation. No date has been set for the wedding. St. Cecelia 9 s Court Meets A covered dish dinn£r preceded the Tuesday evening meeting at the Knights of Columbus Hall of the St. Cecelia's Court 251. Table decorations were in the traditional colors and arrangement of the Halloween theme. Mrs. Edna Weaver, chief ranger, welcomed the group and gave the invocation. Group singing, accompanied by Mrs. Catherine Alberta was enjoyed. Members are being asked to attend the Memorial Mass to be offered at St. Patrick's Church Tuesday, Nov. 10. Mrs. J. A. Wigand gave a brief talk on insurance. During the social hour games were played and a special prize was awarded Mrs. Genaide Brouii- lette. Social co-chairmen were Mrs. Bernard Carr and Mrs. Hugh Jones, assister by their committee. The next meeting will be Oct. 27 in the Knights of Columbus Hall. 'Ceremony Read in Catholic Clmrcli lAJed ^Joda The altar of the Corpus Christ! Church was adorned with white gladioli at the 9 o'clock wedding service read this morning for Miss Margaret Tracy and H6ward Risen. The Rev. A. Curran officiated at the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Robert E. Tracy, 427 W. South St., and C7 the son of David S. Risen, 206 W.Tracy carried a colonial bouquet. Pearl St. Carrying a white prayerbook adorned with a white orchid, the bride wore a two piece white faille dress, while her sister, Miss Joan Tracy, as bridesmaid, wore a claret colored taffeta dress with brown accessories. Miss Joan Serving as best man was the bridegroom's twin brother, Har old Risen. Ushers were Tom O'Toole and John H. Tracy, the bride's brother. Mrs. George Birt of Fulton, the bride's cousin, was at the organ. Reception at Home The home of the bride 's parents was the scene of the reception held from 2 to 4 o'clock this afternoon. Colors of blue, rose and white were used in decorating the home. At noon a wedding luncheon was served at Club 19 to relatives and out of town guests. Mr. and Mrs. Risen plan to reside at 206 W. Pearl St., Abingdon, after a honeymoon, spent i« Chicago. Mrs. Risen is secretary to the Traffic Manager at Midwest Manufacturing Corporation." Mr. Risen is employed at the freight house of the Santa Fe Railroad. Guests attended from Clinton, Iowa, Alexis, Champaign, Chillicothe, Fulton, Hamilton, Peoria and Savanna, Showers Arc Held Employes of the traffic department at Midwest honored Mrs. Risen with a dinner at Club 19 last week. Prior to this, hostesses at showers for Mrs. Risen were Miss Mary Alice Riley, 180 W. Fremont St., Mrs. Grant Merillat, 1097 N. Academy St., and Mrs A. G. Copeland, 735 W. South St MISS ELAINE HOUSE TO WED NOV. 22— The engagement and approaching marriage of Mist Elaine House was revealed .Sunday evening when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dell House of Gcr* law, entertained relatives of the young couple in their home. Miss House will become the bride of James W. Thomas of Monmouth who Is ihc son of Mrs. George Admire. The wedding will take place Sunday, Nov. 22, at 3 o'clock in the Gcrlaw Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend both the wedding and reception to follow. MR. AND MRS. REX EMORY (the former Dorothy Giese) are shown in the County Line Lutheran Church of rural Peru after repeating their marriage vows Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Emory is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George,Giese, R.F.D. 1, Peru. Mr. Emory is the son of Mrs. Leona Emory of Prairie City. The couple will reside on a farm near Prairie City. Surprise Event Notes Hugh White's Birthday Hugh White, 969 N. Cedar St., was surprised Sunday noon when friends and relatives arrived to help him celebrate his birthday. A potluck dinner was served to those present. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Brown, Patricia and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Baughman, Linda, Connie and Ray,. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. John McCarthy, Miss Helen White, all of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Timmons, Gloria and Galen of London Mills; Mr. and Mrs. LeVerne Young, Carol, Sheryl, Jimmy and Richard, Abingdon; Mrs. Hugh White, Eddie and Michael. Birthday greetings were received from a' sister-in-law, Mrs. Dwayne Trurman of Long Beach, Calif. com- Plans Complete for N.C.C.W. Deanery Meeting Friday Arrangements are being pleted for the fall meeting of Monmouth deanery, National Council of Catholic Women, in Galesburg, tomorrow, Oct. 16. Delegates from 17 parishes are expected for the event, which will open with the Missa Cantata, mass sung by the congregation, at 10 o'clock tomorrow morning in Cor pus Christi Church. The Rev Micheal J. Cronin, pastor, will be the celebrant. Following the mass, breakfast will be served in the cafeteria of Corpus Christi High School. Next will be the meeting in the recreation room adjoining the cafeteria. The event is open to all Catholic women. No reservations are neces sary. The Rev. James Garrahan, Odell, spiritual director of the Peoria diocese organization of N. C. C. W., is scheduled as main speak' ed with an address on the encour gement of religious vocations. CHAPTER AN, P .E.O. Chapter AN, P.E.O., will meet in the home of Mrs. Edwin Crowell, 1430 N. Broad St., Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Co hostesses will be Mrs. Dean Lind strom and Mrs. Charles Carman Proclamation Is Read at Mothers of World War II Meeting A proclamation signed by President Eisenhower proclaiming Oct. 24 as United Nations day was read at the meeting of the Mothers of World War II Unit 51. Mrs. Clyde Alderman, vice president, conduct ed the Tuesday meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. L. A German. It was suggested that the group give a special .prayer for peace at each meeting led by the Americanism chairman. It was voted to send $10 in can teen books to the recently dedicat ed Westside Veterans Hospital in Chicago. The ways and means chairman, Mrs. George Norquist, reported on the amount of clothing sent to the Galesburg Research Hospital. The next meeting will be an all- day sewing held in the home of Mrs. W. W. Swanson, 449 W. South St. Members are being asked to take a sack lunch. Anyone having good clean cotton material for carpet rags is being asked to call any member of the organization and the items will be picked up. Sewing will also be done for the bazaar, Nov. 14, which will be held in the Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. Wanda Swanson and Mrs R. H. Brandt served refreshments after the meeting. on African History Given for Hawthorne Club in Lowrie Home Miss Miriam Wilson's talk African History" at the Hawthorne Club meeting touched briefly on the early period and developed more in detail the story of recent events and the present situation. Preceding the program, the guests were entertained at a lovely tea in the home of Miss Alice Lowrie," 1104 N. Broad St. Miss Lowrie was assisted by Miss Sarah Coleman. Mrs. Proctor Sherwin and Mrs. Rothwell Stephens presided at the table which was ornamented flowers in fall colorings, principally yellow. A welcomed guest was Mrs. John Mc Gann of Denver. Attend W.R.C Meeting Mrs. Roy Cruys, Mrs. Harry Stoneking, Mrs. Thomas Sepich, Mrs. Arthur Clifford, Mrs. Clara Blakslee and Mrs. Nellie Harrison motored to Farmington Wednesday evening to attend a Woman's Re lief Corps meeting honoring the district president, Mrs. Harry Stoneking. LILIAN TAYLOR P. T. A. F. Lilian Taylor Parent-Teacher Association will meet Friday after noon at 2:30 o'clock at the school Plans for the chicken pie supper Oct. 24 will be discussed. All mem bers are being asked to take soup, fruit juice or coffee for the Blood Center to this meeting. Tumer-Baxlcr Ceremony Read Announcement is made of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Turner, Knoxville, and Edward Baxter Sr., son of Mrs. Elizabeth Baxter of Hanna City. The evening wedding took, place Oct. 3 at 7:30 o'clock at the Baxter home, 706 N. Hcndenon Rd. The Rev. John H. Clark^ officiated at the single ring ceremony. Attendants were Mrs. Leon Simkins of Knoxville and Harry Moffett of Barton- villc. The bride was married in a beige colored botany' wool dress, offset with a corsage of pink roses and white accessories. Her attendant wore beige wool and a corsage of pink roses. During the reception, Mrs. Edward Baxter Jr. and Mrs. Thomas Marry, the latter of Galesburg, poured coffee and punch, and the cake was cut by Mrs. Harry Moffett. Mrs. W. E. Freese, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Fred Swedenberg of Galesburg served and Mrs. Grace McGrew took charge of the guest book and gifts. \ Attending the wedding were 50 relatives and friends from Galesburg, Bartonville, Knoxville, Edwards Station, Elnrwood and Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter have returned from their wedding trip, spent in the Ozarks and in Southern Illinois. They visited in Lewistown, Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Winters and in Sparta with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Todd. READ THE CLASSIFIED ADS READ THE WANT ADS EMMANUEL METHODIST CHURCH N. Kallogg ft Watara Sti. -CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Friday, October 16th Sarvinf 5 ta 7 — AdwltiS1.3S Childran undar II—75c RUMMAGE SALE Roy Swanson Bldg. 393 E. Simmons St. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17 8:30 A. M. Spomorad by Junior Clait Knoxvilla High School Style parade Friday RUMMAGE SALE CIRCLE 10 Saturday, Oct. 17th First Methodist Church Cernar Kallogg ft Farris Sti. Poor* Opan S A. M. Royal Doulton dinnerware reduced? Yes, some closeout patterns in this and other famous names now cur 20% to 50% during our Dinnerware Fair Week Oct. 12-17 ••-••---Si- Night $25 Free Door Prize 7 to 9P.M. On Friday Night (Tomorrow) We will conduct another, of our popular STYLE PARADES. Come in and see the new garments on attractive live models. Watch our large iron! window tor these Fashion Models from Knox College. Free Door Prize . . . Special $25.00 merchandise prize will be presented to the person dropping the lucky ticket'in pur ballot box. SECOND FLOOR Nothing to Buy. . . 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