Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1953 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 17, 1953
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1 The Register-Mail, Galesbur Saturday, October 17. 1953 3 0 00 in utcjer in oncer flanscr-Lina Gunnison, one of Sweden's best, known women singers, will appear at the First Lutheran Church Tuesday evening, Oct. 27 at 7:30 o'clock sponsored by the choir of the church. Tickets will bo available at the church office at 304 K. Waters St., at the Doyle Furniture store, the Benedict Music store and the Byerly, Gamble Music store. Admission will be by ticket though there is no admission charge. Mrs, Goranson will visit Uockford giving a concert there on Oct. 23 when Zion Lutheran Church celebrates its 70th anniversary. She also sings Oct. 30 at ; the First Mission Covenant Churchj at Rockford. I Mrs. Coranson is a protege of the famed Dr. Hugo Alfvcn. Swed-* en's most noted composer and music director. Her home is in Stockholm. In the early 1940\s she sang with the Royal Opera in the Swedish capital but left it to devote her time to her family and appearances in church recitals. She sings religious and secular songs including those of Alfven, Grieg, Sibelius, cic Frummierc and Althen as well as simpler folk melodies. In the latter group she appears in her native community costume as worn at Orsa, province of Dalarne. Hanser Lina Gorunson lAllcn Par*- ' Fathers Score With Gay Play Gay and amusing was the play, "Wild Nell Goes West/* given Thursday evening by tJhc fathers of Allen Park School. The entire male cast helped make the Father's Night Parent - Teacher Association program a tremendous success! Morcfhan three hundred people] filled the school gymnasium for' the potluck supper, preceding which, Mrs. Milo Connor, P.T.A. president, extended greetings and introdued the Rev. Henry Stamm who gave the invocation. The social committee in charge of the dinner arrangements consisted of thc room mothers with Mrs. William Payton as social chairman assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Tucker, Mrs. Giles Drake, Mrs. J. W. Wareham, Mrs. M. G. Colbert, Mrs. F. L. Brockway, Mrs. Willard Klinck, Mrs. George McBride and Mrs. Louis Nyman. Warren LaBounty, supervisor of physical education in the elementary grades, presented a demon- siraVton of various games and 1 .,. ^< g . 1 w , ¥ _ n/r skills which arc taught in the |W # L.(..W. Dcaiiery MCClS HcVil physical education program. The! J (children from Mrs. Hatfield's 'room participated in the games, j The crowd enjoyed a commu-l jnity sing with Mrs. Olga Schroeder acting as leader accompanied by Mrs. Harry Hatfield. j Mrs. Wesley Eagle directed thei 2-act play with Gene Bragg as j the movie director; William Pay-! ton as Lady Vere de Vere; Herbert Mallin as Handsome Harry; ;Henry Page as Sitting Bull; Oscar 'Shragal as Bull Durham; \Jarold Fuson as Hoola Hoola; Charles! Ostrom as Wild Nell of the Plains. I nun, Mrs. Milo Connor introduced'<$ j' Miss Miriam L Lester, princi-i \ mri ,' al thc f aJ j meeting of Mon-jhe idea of becoming a nun before pal, who presented each teacher to; mou th deanery, National Councilishe mentioned her decision even was a ^ Her personal! to her immediate family. She room since the MIXING CONVERSATION with breakfast at the fall meeting of the Monmouth deanery, National Council of Catholic Women, held in GaJesburg on Friday are from left around thc tabic: Mrs. W. JVf. Kennedy, Galesburg, past president of Veoria diocese for N.C.C.W,; Mrs. Gaylord Murphy of Kewanec, who led thc Missa Cantata; Mrs. J. L. Lynch of Media, deanery president; Mrs. YV. K. Heherer of Ottawa, diocesan president; the Rev. Michael J. Cronin, pastor of Corpus Christi Church, Galesburg; the Rev. J. Edward Lohan. director of Corpus Christi High School; the Rev. Thomas Carmody, assistant pastor of Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth; and Mrs. VV. II. Harper of Kewance, past diocesan president. Women of Corpus Christi parish here were hostesses for the event. i Si J4e mm i55e CflOUd icciuon "There is no sucn thing as a sad Christi High School here, pointed! said Sister Alma Louise, out that she had given deep) in her talk Friday in Gales- thought and long consideration to! ic attendance pnze ;0 f Catholic Women. Her personal! to her immediate family. She| .o Mr. HendrickVtf CC0U nt of what it means to choose;told her listeners Friday that rela- count showed that the religious life was a highlight'tives and friends reminded her of! She assured her audience that! Over 110 delegates and members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha So* rority are in attendance for the Illinois State Convention of the sorority at Hotel Custer, convention headquarters. Convention activities began last evening with a hospitality hour for early-arriving guests in the Ballroom, which was arranged to carry out the "State Fair" convention theme. Entertainment was provided by Gamma Chi chapter of Galesburg, in the nature of a mock TV show requiring audience participation. Mayor Leo W. Morrison of Galesburg was present at the first general assembly of thc convention and welcomed the delegates on behalf of the city. Following today's business sessions, conducted by the state president, Mrs. Pat Hcffern, of Galesburg, will be the banquet in the Rose Ballroom of the Hotel Custer this evening at which time the newly elected state officers will be announced. One of the highlights of the evening will be the presentation of thc Edward J. Barrett Plaque, an award established last year for presentation to the chapter showing the most outstanding achievement during the past year. Mrs. Marguerite Ingram, of thc Illinois Heart Association office in Springfield, will also be on hand to present awards to leading chapters for their work in connection with the annual Heart Fund drive last winter. From out of state to attend the convention are Miss Beatrice Dorcas Fvilemlion The Seventh Day Adventist Dorcas Federation district meeting was held in Aledo Wednesday. Eleven church delegates from the district were represented. Guest speakers were Mrs. H. Kl I lu A large amount of charily work for thc Allen Park "County Fair"jern Illinois wus reported including cash dona- which will open Friday evening) Sister Alma Louise, a member religious life she cho«e lions. A luncheon was .served by Oct. 23, at 6 o'clock. Everyone t of the order of Sisters of Proy».;»> 1 ? ts f. r f pt ^ d P di ca tion "to thc Aledo society. was invited. dence and a teacher at Corpus .with its complete dedication to ~~,fhe love and service of God," she \ j has never felt a need for the {worldly effects which well-mean-! ling friends warned her she would: jmiss. She also said that, in ad-> jdition to being a sister, she finds) even more happiness in sharing; her love and service of God by) being a teacher. I Sister Alma Louise admonished! her listeners that, "When your daughter comes to you and says! she wants to become a 'sister/ don't discourage her. Rejoice that• Christ has called her." Mass Opens Meeting The deanery meeting opened! Friday morning in Corpus Christil Church with Mass. sung by the MISS JOHNSON PLANS DECEMBER WEDDING The en onvenuon air Ok erne gagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Patricia Ann Johnson to Howard E. Dunbar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dunbar of Mountainburg, Ark., is made known today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bertrum Johnson of Cameron. The wedding will take place Sunday, Dec 20, at 2:30 o'clock in the Cameron Christian Church followed by a reception in the church parlors. Miss Johnson is a graduate of Galesburg Senior High School and is employed at Benner Foods in Galesburg. Mr. Dunbar is employed on a farm south of Cameron. GALESBURG VACATIONERS CAPTIVATED WITH BRILLIANT COLORINGS OF TREES AND FOLIAGE IN SOUTHERN MOUNTAIN AREAS. OTHERS TOUR NORTHWEST. Autumn's vast sweep of colors, setting hillsides aflame in a brilliant mosaic of luminous yellows, tawny golds, lavender pinks and sunlit scarlets, have been enjoyed by a number of Galesburgers who are home after motor trips through Indiana and the Smokies. Brown County, IneL, is lovely just now, say the Georga H. Tuckers who with their daughter, Nancy, have returned from a tour to the southern mountain regions and North Carolina. j W g attraction. Mr. Arnold is di- At Gatlinburg, Tcnn., in thc Smok-: rector ()f management production lies, they met Mrs. R. G. Sinclair, f or papor f or the Gardner Board (former resident now of Ottawa,; anc j carton Co. at Middlctown. |who was there with two friends.| Thp Ma1ro j m j L Kf ]dys also re- They also saw the Ocorj?c Crid^ t |jrned rfurjng midwcek( but from lands vacationing in the soutn. J ™i Wisconsin where they visited in Tuckers returned Wednesday after !Jancsvinc witn {he St Si K j ys , having taken Nancy to Chicago tf\f ormer locaI rGS | r | en t. s . continue her nurse's training at; * * * Wesley Memorial Hospital. ! The mus kic that Hr. and Mrs. * * * R. If. Fell had for dinner Thurs- Hard maples, bright red sweet f i ay evening evoked some fond gum, and beech trees with sassa-'rocollections of their vacation last ifras provide the resplendence of!month at Diilman's Sand Lake color in Brown County, notes Mrs.;Resort in Flambeau Indian Res- Walter Paccy who with Dr. Pacey.ervation in Wisconsin, Dr. Fell motored in home this m)d-weck,caught the muskie there as well as from a trip to sec their son, Air^our wall-eyed Pike. A number of man 3C Fred Pacey, stationed at muskies were caught that week by Langiev Air Force Base, Hampton, various people at the resort- an d Va.She Paceys were impressed^ a g ^Je man with handsome an^ the northwcsf are homes at Mad ™ n ^ with Mrs. Faye Wllmot ed the days when ^% ar %^ c J ,;]TavIer and daughter, Hiss Louise ulcd through the homes. This ls, wf whQ t * urcd G , acJcr Na . in eastern Indiana along ^.^^Itional Park in the late summer. Greencastle was a haze of lemony lalked tQ them only , ate]y and yellow trees. ! learned of their trip as well as They were also interested ini that wh i c h Mr. and Mrs. John A. Edenton, N. C, which claims to be. ScriDbins took to Yellowstone Na- older than Williamsburg and hasj tional Park< some beautiful examples of Fed-, * * * eral homes. Antedating the "Boston Tea Party/' the ladies of Eden- _ _ _ _ ton banded together in pre-Reyo jjridndge wno nave Dee n in Alaska jlutionary days at their parties !W here they spent three weeks at •signed not to drink any more teajAnchorage with their son, Major luntil there was ,< representation "ji5 ruce Eldridge, who is stationed at Fort Richardson. They motored out by way of the Black Hills, Glacier National Park and Vancouver, British Columbia, to Seattle, Wash., to board a boat for Alaska. At Ketchikan, they made a side trip, then went to that makes the Back recently from an extended jtrip are Dr, and Mrs. Robert to go along with the "taxation, i While in the south, the Paceys jsaw the football game between iDuke and Purdue universities played at Durham, N. C. * * * McCormick State Park in Spcn- T J „ T2\~ n ™in<*tnn ic fl icn iPeters hurg and to Juneau where cer, Ind. near Bloomington s aj° !thcy jour ^ eye d to the Mendenhall a beautiful spot according to ^-{Glacier—the glacier colors range and Mrs. F. R. Skipton who just from clear blue to a deep indigo sot their color slides yesterday of and are quite beautiful, says Mrs. & 'Eldridge. From Seward, they traveled by train to Anchorage and there visited the fertile Matanuska Valley where lush crops are grown. The Eldridges were amazed to LOMBARD V. T. A. "Lombard Parent-Teacher women attending and celebrated; ciation wil i meet Monday evening REGISTRATION for the Epsilon Sigma Alpha state convention was in progress this morning in the lobby of the Hotel Custer. At left of picture, Mrs. Jessie McAdoo (left), international treasurer from Jetmore, Kan., is being welcomed by Mrs. Pat Ifeffem of Galesburg, Illinois state president. Seated at the table are Miss Suzanne Mathers (left) and Mrs. Donald Hart, who is handing a convention badge to Miss Beatrice Adame, who is from Loveland, Colo., and represents the E.S.A. International Headquarters. Co. Coming EventB 125-135 E. Main St, Hoi Beauty For You! Adamc, representing the International headquarters of ESA. from Loveland, Colo.; Mrs. Jessie McAdoo» international treasurer, of Jetmore, Kan., and Mrs. Arthur Garst, of Waterloo, Iowa, UKnoisi TnNirTn state president during 1950-51, andU^MnAv formerly of Champaign. I&UINUAI Other Illinois state officers in attendance are as follows: vice president, Miss Norma Lyss, Moline; recording secretary, Mrs. William Burrows, Urbana; treasurer, Mrs. Thomas Kelly, Peoria; corresponding secretary, Miss Dorothy Hertel, Galesburg, and parliamentarian, Mrs. E 1 o i s e Brown, Champaign, i ^m'sfer-Mail Saturday Oct. 17 by The Rev. Michael J. Cronin,! at 7;30 o'clock in the ^ County an exhilarat was assisted by The Revl Patrick;^ ^™ ^o ^T3SJ' fa ^ the scenes they took there and through the Smokies. They spent ( a day and night in Brown Coun- jty, but stayed a week at Gatlin- berg, Tenn. They also reveled in seeing the Cumberland Falls in Tennessee. \\ng in "Anchorage" Their trip Turning in borne this Irs. W. R. Allensworth and S***b>lTurning 'ho spent last weekend in ^;Vby vvf oi the scenic" ColumhU Asso-! ana ? ol J s wxU i i hc . ABensworths; River route through Portland, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ore., and through Idaho. The Mrs. Lloyd Hawkinson :rownj area ; wl«tes~Mfs"EJaiidife, that pastor. Mrs. Gaylord Murphy of| A panel comp0 sed of three teach-jp nimtv ex hilaratine experience Kewanee directed the singing and.^^d three parents wilI dlscu« ,^^ a " KSt* eXpenenCC Byrne, assistant pastor at Corpus Christi. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Frranken PSI PSI PS1 C. F. Hunter, Dastor at Cornus*""^ "/ -j Vu * 1 iTir * ttUU iTmA3 - * — inrs. r. nunier, IUIH N. Michael Gravino!iy vi clejir up any ideas that one burger of Rio ret urned Wednes ; cherry st wiII be hos(ess at tne Galesburg, was the organist. Altar £ as rel l u Y* to sch - 0ol1 P ol,c ^ day from a three week tour; of' Psi Fsi Psi meeting Tuesday after- boyS were Tom and Pat Graham, b ^ G % bwl f n & ^™ uln ^ e * st n COa S t ' Vl fT SiSmf noon in her home at 2 0 ' cIock - n t ,nw xf.c r^niany other phases of the program. t0 n. D. C, New York, Williams- sons of Mr and Mrs Eddie 0Iner P hases oi the P r °gram.| t on, D. C, New York, Williams Graham, Galesburg. {Members are being asked to sendjburg, Valley Forge, Pittsburgh •A breakfast, served by the Cor- Questions to be used by the above! a nd Philadelphia. En route, Mr. pus Christi High School P.T.A.,'panel to the school by their chil-jFrankenburger attended the N.A. followed in The high schooi| dren ahead of time so that timeji.A. meeting in Washington, cafeteria, [may be saved and more questions- * * * The program, held in the rec-'answered during the program. An 1 Middletown, Ohio has been ai reation room of the high schooljexecutive board meeting will be^ pleasant spot f or the Ray M. !Sr^-.1fc »»» »' " ' A„o,d s wh. ,r, bac k from . vi sI « The Rev. J. Edward Lohan, direc-l TUSCARORA CLUB tbere with their son and daughter-) tor of the high school, and Mrs.! Tuscarora Club will meet in the in-law, the David Arnolds, and W. K. Scherer, president of thehome of Mrs. Paul F. Johnson, four children. The trip was made Peoria diocesan organization ofjl486 N. Cherry St., Monday after-to see the new home the young N.C.C.W. Mrs. J. L. Lynch, Media, noon at 1:30 o'clock for a dessert Arnolds have purchased, but you deanery president, was in charge|luncheon. can bet the grandchildren were a of the program. The Rev. James Garrahan, OdelJ, (Continued on page 8) TRI DELTA ALLIANCE Delta Delta Delta Alliance will meet Monday evening - at 7:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Dale Gunther, 1943 N. Broad St. RUMMAGE SALE Tuesday, October 20ih 1:30 a.m. to 12 Noon Gros* Building N. PralrU Si. (acroai from Nyman'i) Sponsored by Wontn'i FtUowthlp Ciunaron Christian Church VISIT Epsilon Sigma Alpha state convention, Hotel Custer. Civic Art League tea, Community Lounge, Y.M.C.A., ex] hibit of contemporary school architecture, open meeting, 3 to 5 o'clock. Knox Music Faculty members, Miss Berniee Winchester and Dr. Murray Baylor, will present a sonata recital, Beecher Chapel, 4 o'clock, public is invited to attend. MONDAY—Executives Club, dinner, Hotel Custer, 6:30 o'clock, speaker, Robert Kazmayer, author and world traveler. TUESDAY—Community Chest report dinner, Hotel Custer, o'clock. THURSDAY—Knox County Republican Woman's Club, district meeting; speaker, Mrs Pauline A. Rinaker; -morning session, 10 o'clock, luncheon, 1 o'clock. SATURDAY—Alpha Jota Sorority fall conclave, Hotel Custer. Elks Club Halloween Dance at the club. SUNDAY—Alpha Iota Sorority fall conclave. Contour Make-Up Secret Do You Want io Know the Secret of a Beautiful Contour Make-Up? nd the DEEP SOUTH H«r« U a brand new hair tfyle that is deilgned for women'of all walk* of life . . . Fringe Curh, ihown here, are a mark of Fall Hair Fashion ... Be »ure to come In today for this eaiy to care for hair sfyie. n ,n- finecial Cold Wave Social Announcements No Appointment Necessary. Use Your Charge Account, Beauty Salon — Balcony See the French Quarter, Bellingrath Gardens, the lovely Gulf Coast. Escorted rail tours from 7 days and up. Write, telephone, or come in for free folders and details, with no obligation. GALESBURG BRANCH CHICAGO MOTOR CLUB 254 East Simmons Street Phone 4818 "Ltt tb$ Cbica&o Motor CM Bt YOUR Traitl Atettt" V. F. W. AUXILIARY District president, Mrs. Iris Doonan, will be present at the Veterans oi Foireign Wars Auxiliary meeting Monday evening at 8 o'clock. ARMED FORCES CLUB Armed Forces Service Club will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Community Lounge of the Y. Members having birthdays in August, September and October are b^ing asked to attend. ^ . -r — Chicken GALESBURG CLUB Mrs. Morton Newcomer will be chairman of the committee for the ladies bridge afternoon at the Galesburg Club Monday at 1 o'clock. Club members are being asked to make reservations at the desk. and BAZAAR Tuesday, October 20 Delong Congregational Church Adults $1.00, Children 60c Serving begins 5:30 P.E.O. CHAPTER HO Chapter HO of P.E.O. will meet Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the home of Miss Florence Willard, 1044 Florence Ave. SANDBURG COTTAGE Hostesses at the Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., Sunday afternoon will be Mrs. H. P. Bag, ley and Mrs. A. I. Carrier. The collage will be open to the public 'from 3 to 5 o'clock. ARMY MOTHERS CLUB Changing the place-of meeting [from Macomb to Galesburg, members of the Army Mothers Club will assemble Tuesday for a noon potluck luncheon in the home of Mrs. James Robeson, 536 E. Knox St. Secret pals will be revealed* If you are eager to learn how; to acquire the clean-cut contour; and the soft, translucent complex-' ion demanded by this season's love-' 6:30ily new feminine fashions, you'll; have a rare opportunity to learn from an expert. Helena Rubinstein is sending to our city her: specially trained beauty consultant, Miss Zoa Jayne. j Miss Zoa Jayne will visit Kellogg j Drake & Company's Cosmetic sec-; tion during the week of October 19th to the 24th. This expert will introduce lor the first time a new point of view in make-up. Called the "Contour Make-Up," it perfects imperfect contours of face and throat, creating the illusion of youth so essential to wear the small head-hugging hats. She will; also analyze your skin and color-; ing and suggest the right colors for you. "You can magically change your whole personality by looking younger and prettier with a Contour Make-Up," says Miss Jayne ! of Helena Rubinstein. To those women who visit Kellogg Drake & Company's Cosmetic! section during next week, Miss Jayne will give a Free sample of "Silk-Tone," so that you may see for yourself how pretty you can look. After giving yourself a He-j lena Rubinstein Contour Make-Up,; using this silk-in-liquid foundation,! you will be able to see how in- ; stantty it turns your skin to silken texture and radiant color, conceal-; ing all imperfections of texture and contour. Miss Jayne will also give each] woman visitor a valuable beauty guide filled out individually for you. Remember—all next week. | THRIFT Decide now that: "I will set aside cash for emergencies." "I will build my bank account to take advantage of opportunities, as well." OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT HERE Bank V Galesburg Trust Company Member Federal Rese System Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Main Kellogg Kellogg Drake & Co s

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