Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1953 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, October 16, 1953
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HE/* 1 ^* *•+ J— H r - >j r H * 1 • * * C * E n - v.- • . :V V.: . - ; 1 • ft T r _ _r . I - - L ^ v •-". - »• L 1 l" Register-Mail i- J • - J Friday, October 16, 1953 een in omecomin a fa The WinnaH • 1 SENIOR CLASS MEMBERS of Galesburg High School won the first prize for their float portraying a welcome from the graduation-gowned seniors. Their afternoon. Pictured here from left are Sandy Wyatt, Betty Ulavege, Donna Riggs and Chris Horaney, all seniors. The float is in white and black and the parade was a part of the Homecoming EVEN IF THEIR JUNIOR FLOAT didn't win first place in the parade. Nancv Ncvius and Carol Isaacson still think the Hon that was the center of attraction on their float is a pretty good fellow and console each other over not winning the prize. Tired Tootsies' entry was one of many gaily decorated festivities for this weekend at .G.H.S. and cleverly planned floats which crowds Photos by W. C. Carithers and Home- along Main Street applauded Thursday coming story on page 2. SHIRLEY PATTERSON, ont> of the Galeshurg High School drum majorettes, soothes her tired feet after the parade held Thursday afternoon. PARKED—Beside no parking sign, G.H.S. stir dents wait patiently for the judges to announce the decision on the float winners. District P.T.A. Conference to Be in Kewanee The thirty-sixth annual Fall Conference for Parent-Teacher Association District Four which includes Henderson, Knox, Mercer, Rock Island, Henry and Warren counties will be held Tuesday, Oct. 20 in the Methodist Church. Corner Main Jd an ueen rowne a ddem Federated Clubs To Tour Research Hospital Oct. 20 Tuesday has been designated as visitation day for Federated Clubs to the state mental hospitals. Clubs may tour Galesburg State Research Hospital at 2 o'clock on that day. Clubs are being asked to check with either the hospital or Mrs. J. T. Jackson, 184 N. Chambers St., as to the number of people expecting to attend, so that the hospital can plan for the number attending. READ THE WANT ADS GARDEN Miss Betty Wilson, Ralph Foster Plan Wedding Oct. 25 Mrs. Ethel Wilson of West Liberty, Iowa, announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Betty, to Ralph Foster of Wataga. The wedding will take place Sunday, Oct. 25, at 1 o'clock in the Galesburg First Methodist Church, Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to be held at the church. Mr. Foster is the owner of the Midwest Beauty Supply Company. Blooms ___50c Nice Arranged Vases $2.25 and $2.50 Ea. CHAS. 5. GRIFFIN Phone 5426-6 919 Brown Ave. W. C. Myers Notes 85th Birthday W. C. Myers, who is residing with his grandson, Howard Palmgren, 807 Jefferson St., was entertained in the home of a son, W, R. Myers, 583 E. Brooks St., on his 85th birthday. Members of the family were guests at the dinner served in his honor. Mr. Myers, a retired Q engineer, has two other sons, one, Warren Myers ol Nebraska and Howard Myers of Galesburg. G.H.S. ROYAL COURT—Crownd king and queen of the Homecoming festivities at Galesburg High School Thursday afternoon at an assembly before the parade were Willard Sargent and Helen Nichols who are pictured center on the dais. Their court consists of K. G. Klinck, escort, and Dee Donovan, sophomore attendant (at left), and at right, Ann Harwood, junior attendant; and Jim Butler, escort. Ring-bearers are twins, Jane and Jon Squires, very proud in their costumes. (G.H.S. photo.) British Isles Interpreted by Three for First Meeting of Cultures Association distributed the new programs for We announce with pride this NEW service to customers.. our Color slides taken this summer]Ankersen read in Danish and then in Scotland, England and Germany were shown by Mrs. L. W. Hunt at the International Cultures Association meeting Wednesday. Members gathered for dinner at the Scandia Restaurant prior to the meeting. Several members assisted Mrs. Hunt as she related the story of her European trip. The Scottish translated, The association had as guests the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Richards of the Oneida Presbyterian Church, who were born and reared in England. The Rev. Mr. Richards served in several parishes in the British Isles as well as in the mission field in China. He described the English landscape and people ( i'rom the White Cliffs of Dover to scenes were interpreted by one of the Land's End, bringing to the the members, Miss Janet Meldrum.jgroup the lure of the sea with its Parent Education Group Asks Question "Are We Spoiling Our Chil- the and Central Blvd., Kewanee. Reservations for the luncheon should be made not later than this evening, with Mrs. Morris Smith, RR No. 3, Kewanee. Registration will begin at 9 o'clock and at 9:30 District Director. Mrs. Otto Schweinberger, will call the meeting to order. Invocation will be given by Dr. Loyal M. Thompson, pastor of the Methodist Church. There will be greetings by: K. B. Beasley, Superintendent Kewanee Unit 229; H. J, Haberaecker, superintendent Wethersfield Unit 230, and Arthur White, Henry County superintendent of schools, "it's Time for Action"'is the Conference Theme. "Know your Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers Departments" by Mrs. Milton L. Wiener, |*econd vice president, department of administration and Mrs. Robert W. Nelson, vice president, director- department of extension, Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers will be a morning feature. Mrs. Wiener and Mrs. Nelson, together with Harold Sohrbcck, I. C. P. T. treasurer, Mrs. Donald Reeves, former I. C. P. T., Mrs. Lester Zimmerman, Mrs. Harold Farr, Mrs. Wayne Moose, Geneva Dunderberg, Miss Roberta Lynch, Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Foerder will have charge of Round Table Discussions in their various fields. Music directed by Fred Waterman, Kewanee Unit No. 229, and Charles Bickhaus, Wethersfield Unit No. 230 will be enjoyed. "Danger Signs of Delinquency" will be the topic of Dr. Edward H. Stuilken, vice president, Department of Education, Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers. Dr. Stuilken, an authority on the socially maladjusted child, has been a teacher, athletic coach and principal in both elementary and high schools and he organized the Montcfierc Special School in September 1929 and became principal there, which position he still holds. He was a member of Board of Managers of the Illinois Congress of Parents and Teachers 1946 to date and is at present vice president department of education, I. C. P. T. He is a member of the Illinois Advisory Board for Youth and Community Service and was president of the board, 1949-51 under appointment by Governors Horner, Green and Stevenson. Dr. Stuilken has been a student of the life of Lincoln for 30 years, lecturing on "Lincoln's Learning" and other phases of his life from 1935 to the present time. ™ — ^ C, A. R. Children of the American Revolution will meet Saturday morning at 10'o'clock at the D. A. R. Home, 576 N. Chambers St. on a brand new WALLPAPER DECORATING CENTER who told of her early years near Edinburgh and added a bit of his-! tory. An agricultural student from) Denmark that Mrs. Hunt had met ever changing moods and the sound of the wind in the caverns on the shore. Landmarks of London , Pictures took members from on the boat had written a note jLo ndon's Trafalgar Square with over 500 new 1954 Styles gyro uped by Background Color.„ concerning his mission and lm- its monuments and pigeons to St. pression ctf America which John James Park ancl aroun d the Royal "Palaces with the colorful guards and mounted police. The Rev. Mr. Richards had a rich store of knowledge to contribute concerning the art and architecture of the centuries old Anglican churches and landmarks. The trip on the Rhine River showing the Lorelei Rock was enhanced by the singing of "Die Lorelei" in German by Mrs. William Schroeder and Mrs. Witol Nowakowski, who was reared in Wiesbaden, Germany. , . Year's Theme Mrs. Robert Chandler, first vice president and program chairman, RUMMAGE SALE Roy Swanson Bldg. E. Simmons St. Friday and Saturday, October 16 and 17 8:30 A, M. Sponsored by Junior Class Knoxvilfe High School the year and outlined the various topics pertaining to the general theme, "The world came to my home today to spread a wondrous feast." Mrs. J, H. Annegers, acting secretary, read an account commending the work of Rupert Tarver Jr., second vice president, in the field of national recreation. Mr. Tarver is director of Carver Center. Mrs. Nowakowski sang "Auf Wieder- sehen" in German at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Chandler Speaks To Kindergarten Club Eighty members attended the "Y" Kindergarten Mothers Club meeting Wednesday evening. Mrs. J. Bradley Chandler spoke to the group gathered in the Jungle Room of the Y on "Kindergarten and the First Grade Child." A discussion period followed her talk. The next meeting will be held Monday, Nov. 2. dren?" was the topic discussed by the Parent Education Group of Douglas School, when they met Thursday afternoon at the school. Taking part in the discussion were tyrs. Harley Eiker, MIJS. M. C. Briggs, Mrs. K. R. Miller, Mrs. D. H. Stevens, Mrs. Leo Danielson, Mrs. Glenn Robinson, Mrs. Harvey Dickson, Mrs. Charles Wiliamson. Mrs. Lester Henry and Mrs. Clennen Bellinger. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Harley Eicker and Mrs. Clennen Bellinger. The next meeting" will be held in November at Mrs. Harvey Dickson's home, the date to be announced. 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