Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 19, 1953 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 19, 1953
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in tkej/ems Rclwkalis Honor Past Noble (i run (Is Tnst Noble Grands were honored at the recent meeting of Galesburg ltebekah Lodge 791. District 11 committee members as well as the noble grand and the vice grand from Loyal Lodge 386 were welcomed at the treeting held in the I.O.O.F. Hall. Mrs. Cathryn Hcadley, Mrs. Lyman Moon, Mrs. Alice Shreeves, Mrs. Rose Chase, Mrs. Manzel Lawler, Mrs. Edgar Payne, Mrs. Frank Clendenin, Mrs. Jess Stone, Mrs. Frank Johnson, Mrs. Roy Lee, Mrs. Geraldine Steele, Mrs. Walter Ayers, Mrs. Irma Shaw, Mrs. Hazel Ayers and Mrs. Lela Hyde were the honorees at the meeting. Two guests were Mrs. Florence Whitcomb and Mrs. Mable McCall. Gifts Presented Mrs. Nellie Rank acting as warden and Mrs. Madge Morss, conductor, presented them to the group. Mrs. Rank gave each a corsage and personal gift from the group. A program was given and included a poem by Mrs. Homer Hicks and a duet by Mrs. Miller and Mrs. Hicks accompanied by Mrs. Ruth Kobler of Monmouth. The orginial song was written by Mrs. Nannie Clutts. Poems and tributes were read to past noble grands. Invitations were read for a district meeting to be held in Kirkwood Tuesday evening, Nov. 3, one from the Cuba Lodge, which is entertaining District Officers, Oct. 27, and one from Little York, entertaining officers, Oct. 26. The Lodge voted to have a parcel post sale and cards were given members to send to their friends. Refreshments were served from an attractively decorated table in the Halloween motif. Mrs. Cleo Peabody and her committee were in charge. One candidate, Mrs. Lela Hyde, was admitted to membership transferring from Ottumwa, Iowa. The charter.was draped in memory of Mrs. Clara Meiers with res- Cjaiedburfy to +J^ost ^Jn^Stali (Convention o^ ~Jllplia ^9oti The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Monday, October 19, 1963 I WHO MAKES IT 8ETTER THAN SITTER Members of Galesburg Alumnae Chapter are entertaining with a 2-day fall conclave the Tri-States Association of Alpha Iota Sorority on Saturday, Oct. 24, and Sunday, Oct. 25. The headquarters for the conclave will be at the Hotel Custer. Activities start Saturday noon with a luncheon in the Homestead room honoring Mrs. Musetta Prottsman of Chicago, regional councilor for the association, and Miss Darlene Wiggins of Des Moines, Iowa, secretary to Mrs. Elsie Fenton, grand national president. Registration of Alpha Tota members from chapters located in Chicago, Peoria, Springfield, Alton, Jacksonville, Moline, 111., Milwaukee, Wis., and Evansville, Ind. will be in charge of Mrs. J. Ernie Carpenter, chairman, Mrs., Glenn Potter, Miss Mildred Sand- 1 strom, Miss Frances Sandstrom and Miss Sophie Godsil. Saturday evening, a smorgasbord will begin at 7 o'clock in the ballroom of the Custer Hotel with Miss Dorcas Witherell, chairman, assisted by Miss Joan Lashbrook, Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mrs. John St. George, Mrs. Catherine Alberti, Miss Mary T. Kennedy, Miss Norma Clark, and Mrs. Scotty Miller. Following this there will be a party in the ballroom arranged by Miss Merle Bowman, chairman, and a committee of Miss Barbara Godsil, Miss Sally LaFollctte, Miss Ann Farr, Mrs. Ed Masters, Mrs. L, C. Walter, and Mrs. Jerry Hanson. To Install Officers On Sunday a business meeting will be held at 10 o'clock in the Sunroom of the Galesburg Club. Mrs. Lois Raiff of Chicago, state a association president, will Install new officers for a 2-year period. This will be followed by a luncheon with Mrs. Robert Swanson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Wilbur Williams, Mrs. Eldon Long, Mrs. Paul Johnson, Mrs. Clair Angel, Mrs. Sumner Johnson and Mrs. William Lindberg. The entire conclave is under the guidance of Miss Patricia Sea borg, general chairman, and Miss Dorcas Witherell, president of the local chapter. Publicity is being handled by Miss Marjorle Main and Miss Marilyn Lingwall. Oct. 21 is the 28th anniversary of the founding of Alpha Iota, an honorary business sorority, at the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. Since that time the organization has become international with chapters in Canada and Hcwaii. Campaign for Investment in U.S. Savings Bonds Promoted Locally A call to renewed action in a only encourage good habits nation - wide project undertaken last spring by the clubwomen of America has been issued from the White House by Mrs. Dwight D. Eisenhower. An honorary chairman of the Women's Crusade for Security, she urges the continued promotion of the Bopd-a-Month Plan and individual Savings Bond sales. This effort to extend regular investment in United States Savings Bonds will, she says, "not Knox Association Of Women Students Plan Autumn Formal Sally Armstrong, Knox College senior from Downers Grove and thrift and systematic saving, American Flag Is CAM. Theme With /their meeting devoteu to 0 f jthe American Flag, members of jj U t'the Gen. Henry Knox Chapter of EPSILON SIGMA ALPHA newly elected state officers visit in the ballroom of the Hotel Custer at the Saturday evening festivity of the state convention. From left are Mrs. Jack Savidge, Galesburg, second vice president; Miss Margaret Yager, Moline, par­ liamentarian; Mrs. William Burt, Alton, recording secretary; Mrt. Alice Kauffman, Peoria, first vice president; Miss Dorothy Hertel, Galesburg, treasurer; and Miss Marguerite Fisher, Urbana, president. Galesburg Chapter Receives E.S. A. Achievement Award will also make our contribution to' th e Children of the Revolution gathered Saturday morning at the chapter house of the Daughters of the American Galesburg's Alpha Mu Chapter received one of three major awards ision to present merit awards to the 1953-54 year v/ere installed by AmpriranPresenced at the state convention of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority;two chapters for their work on,Miss Beatrice Adame, interna- a sound national economy." Mrs. Walter B. Wolf, volunteer woman chairman for Illinois has ( announced that autumn marks theiR t,vo ' u tion resumption of this activity by, Three presentations concerned women's clubs. |t ne theme. Bob Torley read a story Mrs. William G. Stratton is hon-jtiUed "What Old Glory Symbol- orary chairman of the Women's!izes to Us" written by a C. A. R Crusade for Security in Illinois. The leading national women's organizations are participating in this vital effort. Under the efficient leadership of Mrs. W. Harlan Little, area chairman of the northwest section of Illinois, Mrs. William H. Moon, Knox County chairman, and Mrs. Myron Soupene,, her assistant, have launched the Savings Bond i was collected to send to children president of the Knox Association Drive in Knox County. I in mountain schools, of Women Students, has announced Mrs. H. J. Worden, president of Refreshments were served and that this year's K.A.W.S. formal, the Galesburg Woman's Club, pre-,the group then made original "Serenade in Autumn," will be sente d the material and program! Halloween masks. The November held Saturday, Oct. 24, at the t0 the presidents of all the Fed-!meeting will be an Indian crated Women's clubs in the j wow. county. With the co-operation ofi : WGIL, Mrs. Stanley Hawthorne, held over the week end at the Hotel Custer. The Edward J. Barrettibehalf of the association during the tional supervisor from Loveland, Award for outstanding achievement during the past year was present- past year. Accepting the awards;Colo., as follows: first vice presi- td to Alpha Mu at Saturday night's banquet in the Rose Ballroom, were Mrs. Emma Bean of God-dent, Mrs. Alice Kauffman, Pe- This is based on all around activities, philanthropic, cultural and so- frey, oh behalf of the Alton Alpha,oria; second vice president, Mrs. cial. Miss Kathryn Hawkinson ac-jPsi Chapter, and Mrs. ImogeneJack Savidge, Galesburg; r „ecord- cepted the award on behalf of the'Embry of Peoria, for the E.S.A.jing secretary, Mrs. William Burt, "The member in Washington, D.C. Mrs. H. Chris Wallace talked on "The Flag of Our Country," and told of its meaning and the various procedures in displaying the emblem. „ Mrs. Andrew Anderson conducted, _° me a flag quiz among the youngsters. William Brown conducted the opening patriotic ritual and the Trinity Aid Hears Lynn Center Pastor chapter. Mrs. Marguerite L. Ingram, of jthe Springfield office of the Illinois Heart Association, was present at jSaturday afternoon's business ses- Way of the Cross Leads was the thought the Rev. Gilbert A. Adolphson of Lynn Center used at the Woman's Aid Officers Installed installation of officers. Clothingi^^^ Galesburg Club. The K.A.W.S. formal is the first major social event on the Knox calendar. Brad Williams' band will play. SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB Knox County Social Service Club will have a dinner meeting at Club 19 Wednesday at 6:15 o'clock. Herbert Tucker of Wataga and Ronald Woolsey of Galesburg, will speak and show pictures on their trip to the Boy Scout National Jamboree near Santa Ana, Calif. It is asked that reservations be made by Tuesday morning. Telephone 4529, Miss Louise Harrington. Members are reminded pow president of the Junior Galesburg:Woman's Club Bulletin Woman's Club, and Mrs. Worden| will the women arc working hard put Knox County ahead in the pur Y. M. C. A. CLUB Y. M. C. A. Mother - Daughter|ter of Peoria Club will hold its first meeting Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock in the Jungle Room of the Y. Mem-j At the Sunday morning break- meeting of Trinity Luther an bers are being asked to take afast in the Hotel Custer Ballroom, Friday afternoon. The dish of food and own table service.Ithe E.S.A. state convention was introduced by the Rev. An >' P a(]er . s . ch °? 1 & ir ): who is . a jbrought to a close by the newly Peoria City Council. iAlton; treasurer, Miss Dorothy Other convention awards went toJIertcl, Galesburg; and parliamen- Alpha Psi Chapter of Alton for thejtarian, Miss Margaret Yager, Mo- best scrapbook; Alpha Alpha |line. Chapter of Champaign for the bestj The bid submitted by Peoria for history. The attendance prize the 1954 state convention was ac- was presented to Beta Zeta Chap- 1 cepted. speaker, "•"""""'^ "'" "V' member of the Y, and her mother'elected president, Miss Marguerite L. Raymond, presented a pic- are eljgib]e (Q aUend _ 0 , d and ; Fisher o{ yrbani, M. ,. .„! Visiting at the Galesburg present radio programs.. All j S earch Hospital Tuesday afternoon 'at 2 o'clock is scheduled for mem- chase of Defense Bonds as an ideal peacetime security measure. bers of the Galesburg Senior Woman's Club. Wednesday afternoon at 1 o'clock mending will be done at the Free Kindergarten. Saturday from 5 to 7:30 o'clock a chicken pi« supper will be served at the F. Lilian Taylor School. Members of the Woman's Van Meer and Linn Vows Said on His Parents' Anniversary Friday, Oct. 16, was the wed-pub may obtain reservations by _ ding date chosen by Miss Rose-!« lb ?&,?! Ir »; E - Kennedy, 102B|p re? ldent of the aid, conducted the tured gospel message, illustrating new members are welcome his message with a chalk talk. He described the broad way and the narrow way of living for the future. Best establishing oneself to! the way which has been pointed' ,out to us by God, he quoted, "I Ke " ! amthe Way, the Truth, the Life; No one Cometh to the Father only| by Me." The speaker emphasized that one's name should not only! jbe on the church book, but that; ( one should be active in its work! in order to be a good member! spiritually. In conclusion, the Rev. Mr. Adolphson drew "Havenj of Rest" on his canvas, leaving: his listeners deeply impressed. Mrs. Paul Erlandson led the devotions. Mrs. Walter W. Nelson, Other state officers elected for RUMMAGE SALE Tuesday, October 20th 8 :30 a.m. lo 12 Noon Grow Building N. Pralrl* Si. (acrosi from Nyman 'a) Sponsored by Women'* Fellowihlp Cameron Chriilian Church by mary Van Meer formerly of Rock of thej island and Philip Linn, son of Mr. W. Main St. Cottage Hospital jelly shower; andl an( j Mrs. A. E. Linn, 469 Peck st .jtions League [fleets to take orange or grapefruit juice j as it was ^ e 46th W edding anni- The Zions League of the Reor or blend, chicken noodle or ricc| versary 0 f tne bridegroom's par-!ganized Church of Jesus Christ of ents (the Latter day Saints assembled at Miss Van Meer and Mr. Linn : the church recently. Mrs. Esther soup, and regular grind coffee for the Red Cross. olutions read by Mrs. Roy Lee. It was announced that the sewing club will meet Tuesday. The next lodge meeting will convene Nov. 5. it must be magic... the way Helena Rubinstein s New Contour Make-up changes shapes"and shadows! •» 9 s*rv \yv BEFORE AFTER her BEAUTY CONSULTANT will show you how . . . and give you a GIFT OF SILK-TONE FOUNDATION . . . this week only. Have a free consultation and personal beauty chart showing the professional way to perfect contour through make-up and skin care. Ask for Miss Zoa Jayne Cosmetic Section were married at noon in the First Lutheran Church by the Rev. Leman Olsenius., Organ music was played as the couple entered the church. For her wedding, the bride wore a blue silk dress and had a carnation corsage. Miss Patsy Howard was her attendant while Robert Courson served as best man for the bridegroom. Before leaving for Chicago for a wedding trip the newlyweds were honored with a dinner served at the New China Cafe. Upon their return they will reside at 469 Peck St. In connection with the celebration Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Linn entertained with a family dinner at their home, 469 Peck St., Friday. Corbin, vice president, presided at the meeting. Various business reports were given and plans for the installation of officers were discussed. It was voted to send Christmas packages to the men in service. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Mary Hendricks, LOOKOUT LADIES Lookout Ladies of the First Christian Church will meet Tuesday in the home of Mrs. C. E. Effland of near Adair. A potluck luncheon .will be served at 12:30 o'clock. Members will meet in front of the church at 11 o'clock. Anyone wishing transportation or who can furnish transportation is being asked to call Mrs. William Englund, 1521 E. Losey St. (business meeting. ! First on the afternoon's program, Mrs. Elon Blucker sang "Thou Wilt Keep Him in Perfect Peace," by Speaks. She was accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Blucker and Mrs. Gordon also furnished background music for the speaker's, concluding picture. The aid will sponsor a rummage sale Oct. 23 in the church basement. Their bazaar and holiday tea, along with a noon luncheon will be held Dec. 3. Serving at the attractive tea table were Mrs. W. W. Nelson and Mrs. Helen Swanson. The serving! committee was Mrs. George Burgland, Mrs. Adolph Erickson, Mrs. J. H. Baker, Mrs. J. A. Gustafson, | Mrs. A. R. Cunningham, Mrs. C.! M. Burgland, Mrs. D. N. Youngren and Mrs. W. W. Nelson. Hospitality committee was Mrs, L. R. Frankeberger and Mrs. Martin Nelson. 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