Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 20, 1953 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 20, 1953
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Mrs* Stoticking Reelected Wesleyan Service Guild Has District Meeting at Aledo Using as her Ihome, "The Gokl-,scmblcct in the Aledo Methodist cn Text," Miss Lelin Epps, Christian worker in for 39 years, held the rnpl attention of her audience as she spoke of some of the highlights of her work and experience in this Portuguese speaking South American country. Miss Epps was the speaker at the Hlh district meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guilds when delegates as- f ^ian C ^eiebralionS The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Tuesday, October 2Q, 1983 T vmen... m tkef/ews V.F.W. District President Holds Unit Inspect Church Sunday afternoon. Miss Epps told of her visit to gold mine in Brazil, and of the intricate process in extracting the precious metal from the ore that is mined over a mllcand a half in the depths of the earth. Her home is in King's Tree, S. C. Miss Viletta Hillary, the Confer ence Guild secretary, introduced the speaker. The meeting was called to order by Miss Harriett Shellenherger, district chairman Devotions were led by Mrs. Julius Jauden. Mrs. C. D. Lawson of Aledo told of the Jurisdiction School of Missions held each year on the campus of Lake Forest Col lege. Mrs. Lawson is conference chairman of missionary education. Mrs. A. D. Stivers of Galesburg, conference treasurer, told of some of the projects to which the Wcs­ leyan Service Guilds are lending support. Business Session Held During the business session, Mrs. Harry Stoneking of Galesburg and Mrs. George Shimmin of Monmouth were re-elected to serve on the Guild committee as a rep- ttion Mrs. Iris Doonan of Aledo. dis-jroscnlativc to the Woman's Society tricot president, was guest of honor of Christian Service of the 14th at the Veterans of Foreign Wars,District. The Wesleyan Service Auxiliary 2257 meeting Mondfly,Guild of Bushnell extended an in- evening. She spoke to the group'vitalion to hold the 1954 fall dis- and inspected the secretary's and; tricl meeting there. The Guild treasurer's books. Also a guesljWook End will be held in Peoria was Mrs. Agnes Lofgrcn, districtjMay 1 and 2, 1954. *r*^ l 'l .ifJiii ")Mipjji ).'Wji |i | f )JWJWMI 1 \ THE LUCIEN HENRYS WED 45 YEARS—Mr. and Mrs. Lucleii E. Henry will hold open house in their home at 571 S. Henderson St, Sunday, Oct. 25, in celebration of their 45th wedding anniversary. They will welcome relatives and friends between the hours of two and five in the afternoon and seven and nine in the evening. secretary. Mrs. Bernard Johnson was in charge of the meeting. It was voted to give donations to the hospital cigarette fund and the Community Chest. Committee reports were given by Mrs. Helen Derby, relief and 'rehabilitation; Mrs. Lyman Moon, publicity; Mrs. Arlo Randell, legislation; and Mrs. Rachel Spillman, games. It was decided to hold a rummage sale with Mr*. Lucy Robinson, chairman, and Mrs. Jack Grimes, co-chairman. Announcements included a hospital party in Molino Saturday and a card party and tea Wednesday, Oct. 28, at 2 o'clock in the V.F.W. clubrooms. An invitation to the grand opening of the V.F.W. Home, Waunee Farm, Kewanee, Monday evening, Oct. 26, was read and accepted. Social committee for November is composed of Mrs. Vernon Kuntz, I urday evening at a bridal gift •Mrs. Gladys Hunter, Mrs. Idajshowcr honoring Miss Betty And- An offering was taken for the Zoo King Langleyville Anniversary Fund. The closing prayer was made by Mrs. Dclmar Jcwison, vice president of the W.S.C.S. Galesburg District. Other officers present were Mrs.j L. J. Wiedemann, district treasurer, Mrs. S. T. Huston, recording| secretary, W.S.C.S. and Mrs. Wagner, second vice president. Members of the Aledo Wesleyan Service Guild held a social hour in the church dining room following the program. Miss Andrick Is Honored at Parly Thirty friends and relatives were entertained in the home of Mrs. Glenn Potter, 59 Division St., Sat Alexander and Mrs. Margaret Crane. The next meeting wilj be Nov 2. Set Oneida Meeting ONEIDA—The Fellowship Class of the Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the rick. Co-hostesses were Mrs Matthew Onderko, the honoree's sister, and Mrs. John Gecan and Mrs. Martin Gecan, aunts of the bridegroom to be, Lawrence Karlovich. Miss Andrick, daughter of Mi chael Andrick of Aurora, and Mr. church parlors. The teacher for £ ar j ov ? c i|' son of Mr. and Mrs the class, Clyde McKie, will be in charge of the devotions. Assisting host and hostess are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin LaDuke. It is estimated that Americans spend about 19 billion dollars year on travel. 241 E. Main Karlovich, 99 S. Whitesboro, will be married Saturday, Oct. 31, in the Corpus Christi Church at 9 o'clock. Games were played during the evening and prizes were awarded Mrs. Jarrics Kennedy, Mrs. Fairrus Potter, s Mrs. Joseph Shragal, Mrs. Onderko, and Mrs. Albert Gurbal of Aurora, the bride-elect's sister. Using blue and white, the bride's colors, the hostesses attractively decorated the refreshment table where the guests were! served. Kansas Visitors Honored at Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Archie Fclden- hauscr and small sons, Billy and Ronnie, of Frankfort, Kan., were honored at a potluck dinner Sunday in the home of Oscar Nelson, east of Old Henderson. The Fel- denhausers have been visiting friends and relatives in Galesburg for the past two weeks. Mrs THE A. R. CUNNINGHAMS NOTE 50TII YEAR — Celebrating their golden wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cunningham of 1764 Grand Ave. will hold open house Sunday, Oct. 25, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening. Mrs. Cunningham was Miss Ellen Landstrom when the couple was wed Oct. 28, 1903, in Galesburg. Their two daughters, Mrs. Edwin Phillips and Mrs. Fred Hill, and their husbands, and their son, Frank Cunningham, and wife will be present to greet callers with the anniversary couple. I). Bainbridges, Newlywccls, Feted At Open House Sunday evening from 7 to 9 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Leo Jordan, 379 S. Cherry St., were at home to friends and relatives honoring their newly wed son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bainbridgc. The young couple was married Oct. 3 in Cambridge shortly after Mr. Bainbridgc, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bainbridgc of Altona, had returned from, overseas duly in Europe. A floral arrangement of yellow and white chrysanthemums flank-, ed with white tapers in crystal holders centered the refreshment fable Presiding at the table were the bride's maternal grandmother. Mrs. T. O. Miles and three aunts of the bride, Mrs. Henry Marshall, Mrs. Frank Sutor and Mrs. John Miles. At the punch bowl were the Misses Margaret Ann and Patricia Jordan, the bride's sisters, and the Misses Cynthia and Joan Marshall, her cousins. Greeting the guests at the door was Miss Carrey Lee Jordan, while Miss Pat Kuhl, both cousins, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs, Mary Jordan, the bride's paternal grandmother, also assisted Mr. and Mrs. Jordan during the evening. Special guests for the event were a great great uncle and ftttftft of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. John McGIynn of Galesburg; and twft great uncles and three great aunts, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smlt ,h tit Bloomfleld, Iowa, Mrs. A. It. Smith of Galva and Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Campbell of Galesburg. ROYAI, cum Mrs. Eva Morrison, 451 E. Grov« St,, will be hostess to members of the Royal Club Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The phonograph industry standardized the size of holes in records of all speeds during 1953. and Janice Sue, Woodhull; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods, Stevie and Bobbie, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Vaughn, Feldenhauser wilf be" rememberedIj a11 of Galesburg. as Miss Hattie FJynn. Those present for the cventj Crisp Chinese noodles are delici were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nelson, Williamsfield; Mr. and Mrs. Chct Nelson, David and Dale, Mo- JEWELEO FROSTING for .star studded nights. - Cashmere-like wool jersey cardigan is studded with scintillating mock pearls and gold tracing. Matching skirt is permanently pleated to give the illusion of slimness. Surprise of surprises... they're washable! Mrs. Harold Young High Scorer For Ladies Bridge Event I Gourds, bittersweet and fall flowers, attractively arranged, centered the luncheon table at the Galesburg Club Monday afternoon. Hostesses for the ladies' bridge event were Mrs. M. D. Newcomer, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Dick Blick, Miss Louise Crissey and Mrs. Fred H. Stemm. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Harold Young, Mrs. R. B. Howell and Mrs. T. R. Churchill. Thirteen tables were at play. BOOKKEEPER Excellent opportunity for right person. Apply in parson. BARKAN'S 41 E. Main St. Galatburg, III. It's Here! Formfit Week OCT. 19-24 Come let our fitters banish figure problems and help you find the enchantment of A Sweetheart of a Figure Tired of the way your mirror has been talking back? New styles look like old styles on you? Then DO visit our corset department for an individual consultation during FORMFIT WEEK —it can mean new figure enchantment for you. Sheer sorcery; what our expert fitters can do for your figure and morale! They'll help you find the glamour and comfort that can be yours with a properly fitted, just-for-you Life Bra, Girdle or Foundation. So come in, we've a wide selection of styles, fabrics and elastics to suit your figure and preference. Remember, the new Fall outer-look begins with the new Formfit under-look. lift Irn from $1.25 to $5.00 ' Ufa Olrdlat from $3.95 to $15.00 Ufa Foundation* from $10.95 to $20.00 Cor»at Daptrtmanl — 2nd Floor line; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vaughnbecf. ous served atop creamed salmon and peas, creamed hard-cooked sliced eggs, and creamed dried MOSAIC CLUB Members of Mosaic Club will meet in the home of Mrs. F. C. Webster Jr., 1470 N. Cherry St., Wednesday afternoon for a 1 o'clock luncheon. A loaf pan that's about ten by five by three inches is fine for yeast breads, breads made with;; baking powder and loaf cakes. Presbyterian Association Knoxvl.'le, Illinois CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Thursday, Oct. 22nd Serving baglm at 5 o'clock. Menu—Chicken Pit, gravy, maihed polatoei, creamed lurnlpi, mixed vegetable!, cranberry salad, rolli, coffee, pie. ADULTS $1.00. 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