Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 21, 1953 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 21, 1953
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SOjflhfe ftaily ltettiilifgM^r,.Mesbui'g > 111. Wednesday, October 21, 1953 mtkeMws tVin Piano Quartet to Givfc Concert at Covenant Chtirch The Mission Covenant Church will present in sacred concert Tuesday evening, Oct. 27, the twin piano quartet composed of Mrs. A. B. Rosine, Mrs. Clifford Pearson, Mrs. Clifford Anderson, and Mrs. Rosemary Lundeen Johnson. The program will begin at 7:45 o'clock. v These four pianists aro widely known in this community. Mrs, Rosine and Mrs. Pearson are the co-organists cf the church. Mrs Johnson was a former instructor of piano at the Knox Conservatory of Music before her marriage to the Rev. Eldon Johnson. She and School Finances Discussed for Senior High P.T.A, Second in a series of discussions of "Let 's Know Your School" was a panel discussion, "Know Your School Finances," presented at the Galesburg Senior High School Par ent-Teacher Association meeting Tuesday evening. Participating in the meeting held in the school auditorium were W. T. Wooley, superintendent, as moderator, Harold Whitman, David Reed and William H. Moon, members of the Board of Education. It was brought out during the discussion the urgent need for a building program for Unit School District 205. More classrooms are needed each year because of the increased population in children of school age. It was also pointed out that District 205 has a lower tax rate for school purposes than the national average, thereby making insufficient funds available for the increased loads the schools are carrying. The discussion ended with an earnest plea for help with the school problems. Business Meeting A business meeting was held with Mrs. Elmer Wessels, president, presiding. The Parent Education meeting to be held in the Senior High School conference room Thursday morning was announced for 9:30 o'clock. Refreshments were served by the social committee in charge of Mrs. Elmer Johnson With Mrs. Howard Butler assisting. A short board meeting preceded the regular meeting. Future Brides hef husband s*rve the Fitit Cov enant Church of Roekford^ Their program for the evening will be as-follows: Minuetto _ Haydn Andante Con moto from Symphony No. 5 Beethoven Overture to Midsummer Night's Dream Mendelssohn The Christian Life As Told in Swedish Story LaGrace Carl Bohm Hungarian Rhapsody No. 2 ..Liszt Supplementing the twin-piano concert will be the PeaSantettes from Hitchcock Junior High School under the direction of John Harstick. The girls will sing group of favorite numbers. The concert is being sponsored by the North Park Alumni group of the Mission Covenant Church. All proceeds from the effort will go into a scholarship fund for future students. No admission is being charged for the concert. A free-will offering will be lifted during the intermission. The public is welcomed. oween ^J'ciitilou t PLANS NOVEMBER WEDDING —The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Beverly Rambo (above) to A.3C. Jack E. Clevenger, son of Mr and Mrs. George Clevenger, 410 W. Main St., Knoxville, is made known today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Rambo, 346 N. Cherry St. A November wedding is being planned. Miss Rambo is employed as a secretary in the production department of the Midwest Manufacturing Corporation. Airman Clevenger is stationed at Lowry Field, Denver, Colo. Fathers Conduct Silas Willard P.T.A. Meeting Fathers assumed the roles of the various officers and conducted the Monday meeting of the Silas Willard Parent-Teacher Association held at the school. Speaker for the father's night was Dr. .Carl Smith of Bradley University, who was introduced by Dr. D. A. Boroff. "Know Yourself" was Dr Smith's topic and he stressed that emotional conclusions are attained because of the cultural conditions under which the adult grew up as a child. Dr. Lowell Neveln opened the meeting with the P.T.A. prayer. hour was enjoyed after the meeting. CHICKEN PIE SUPPER & BAKE SALE Taylor School, Locust St. Saturday, Oct. 24. 1953 5:00-7:30 p. M. Adulli $1.00 — Chil*tn 40c Beta Sigma Phi Has Scavenger Hunt Beta Sigma Phi all chapter rush party was in the form of a scavenger hunt Monday evening at the Elks Club. Chapters participating were Gamma Rho, Theta Mu, Xi Alpha Gamma and Epsilon Omicron. Winners' of the hunt were Mrs. Rudolph Rosine, Miss Shirley Bryant, Miss Charlotte Anderson and Miss Pansy Robinson. Decorations for the tables when refreshments were served, featured jack-o'-lanterns and fall leaves as centerpieces. On the committee were Miss Evelyn Clay, Mrs. S. J. Ross, Miss Jane Mitchell, Miss Shirley Bryant, Mrs. Lillian Maupin, Mrs. Yvonne O'Brien and Mrs. William C. Smith. ADULT BIBLE CLASS Members of the Adult Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the home of Mrs. W. F. Chapman, 955 S. Academy St. Assisting hostess will be Mrs. Delia Spring. Members are being asked to take chicken noodle soup, chicken rice soup, orange juice or grapefruit juice to this meeting for the Red Cross Blood Center. MISS HOWARTER ENGAGED —Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Howarter of Knoxville announce the engagement of their only daughter, Darlene Marie, to Pvt. Howard O. Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Wilson of 586 W. Brooks St., Galesburg. Pvt. Wilson is stationed at Camp Irwin, Calif, with the army. He was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1951. Miss Howarter, a 1952 graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed at the Hobby Grill in Knoxville. The wedding is to be an event of the holiday season. Lutheran Business and Professional Group Assembles at Church The Memorial Room of the First Lutheran Church was the scene of the Business and Professional Women's group meeting Monday evening. Hostesses were Miss EI- vera Benson and Miss Marie Johnson. Plans for the bazaar and chicken pie supper Nov. 4 were discussed at the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Carrie Anderson, president. The Rev. L. V. Olsenius spoke to the group and with Mrs. Olsenius presented a musical program. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a Halloween motif and presided over by Mrs. Olsenius and Mrs. Esther Rapsilber. The next meeting will be Nov. 15 with Miss Frances Wy- borg and Miss Mattie Abrahamson as hostesses. FOR THE HALLOWEEN TREAT—good home made candy always makes a hit. Orange Delight If you have an automatic dryer for clothes, many home economists advise buying cotton knit socks, underwear and shirts a size larger than usual to allow for shrinkage. To Her who wears it first, may the perfection of BLUEBIRD Diamond Rings symbolize Your Love. Hers for a lifetime of happiness. HE TRADITION OF FINE DIAMONDS MERITS JjJEEjl: ^^^^^^^^ orHHi H tiJoe The Jewel Shop 111 E. Main St Phone 4610 FHf WORLD'S STANDARD FOR FINE DIAMONOS WHITENEWBURG VOWS PLEDGED IN VIRGINIA—Mr. and Mrs. A. H, White, 147 W. Mary St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Genevieve Ruth, to Robert Newburg of Suffolk, Va. The ceremony took place in Suffolk at 8:30 o'clock at the Christian Church on Oct. 10, with the Rev. R. Brittle officiating. The bride wore a blue and brown silk print dress with white accessories and had a corsage of yellow rosebuds. Mrs. John E. Carroll, the bride's attendant, was attired in a grey suit. Best man was Thomas Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Newburg are now residing at 436 Spring St., Suffolk. Va. Mrs. Newburg has been employed at Tennysons in Galesburg. Mr. Newburg is employed as a dock foreman for the Suffolk Trucking Company. The former Miss White was honored at a personal shower on Sept 30th by school friends and a breakfast Oct. 1. Nu Phi Mu Installs New Members And Officers at Founder's Day Event Nu Phi ~ . _ _ . Federated Club Women Tour at State Hospital Seventy-five Federated Club women from Galesburg and sur rounding towns visited the Galesburg State Research Hospital Tuesday afternoon. Assembling in the auditorium, they listened to Dr. R. J. Graff give a concrete analysis of the hospital, from a standpoint of construction, facilities, personnel, etc. He spoke of .nental illness as being of worldwide scope, and the percentage of afflicted after age 60 is high. While at present there are 833 patients here, 1,400 may be the quota by February of next year. The patients are given tHe benefits of pleasant surroundings, outdoor freedom, and religious services, said Dr. Graff. Following the question period, punch, colorful cookies and dainty sandwiches were served from an attractive table centered with an arrangement of fall flowers, after which tours were conducted through as many departments as time permitted. The greatest interest centered around the different phases of therapy,- and studying the entire physical setup, visitors felt that the Galesburg State Research Hospital is on a high plane in treating the mentally ill, where there are no locked doors and no violent patients. carries out the season's color theme and is specially effective when you decorate your tabic with crepe paper witches and such. EAST MAIN CIRCLES East Main Street Congregational Church circles will meet at the following places: Lucia Bibbins, Thursday evening, 8 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Arthur Wolf- garth, 71 Phillips St.; Flora Ward, Thursday afternoon, 2 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. E. L. Kite, 1843 E. Main St.; Ann Day, Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. H. W. Evans, 153 E. North St.; Mary Babcock, Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock, in the home of Mrs. Oscar Jacobson, 233 Madison St. Buttons are a good indicator of the quality of a shirt. Well-made garments have buttons of lustrous pearl which are uniform in thickness and cut with four holes. Buttons are firmly stitched to the shirts. The feast of Halloween is one that goes way back into antiquity The ancient Druids celebrated it with special chants, the Romans held an autumn feast to Pomona, Goddess of Orchards. In modern times it might very well be called a handout night—when small chil dren make the rounds asking for candies and such. So, in keeping with the spirit of hobgoblins, witches and good things to eat, here is a recipe.for home-made candy, one that is easy to make and economi cal too. In keeping with the season the candy is orange in color, orange in flavor and tastes delicious. The recipe for Orange Delight (it's a first cousin to Turkish Delight) comes from the test kitchens of a national company. ORANGE DELIGHT 3 tablespoons unfiavored 6 tablespoons fresh-frozen orange gelatin juice (undiluted) J /2 cup cold water 1 No. 1 flat can crushed pine- 2 cups sugar apple (drained) Vi cup hot water Sifted confectioners' sugar Soften gelatin in cold water. Combine sugar and hot water and stir over moderate heat until sugar is dissolved. Bring to a boil, without stirring and boil 10 minutes. Add softened gelatin. Stir just until it is dissolved, then let mixture simmer slowly another 10 minutes. Ffrmove from heat. Stir in fresh-frozen orange juice, undiluted. Let cool, then blend in drained, crushed pineapple (about 2/3 cup). Pour into 8x8 inch pan that has been rinsed in cold water. Chill in refrigerator 4-6 hours. Cut in 1-inch squares and roll in sifted confectioners' sugar. About 64 candies. Mrs. Ward Mariner Gives P.E.O. Program •'What Is It," a discussion of the fabrics, was the topic presented by Mrs. Ward Mariner to members of Chapter AN of P.E.O. Saturday afternoon. The group was entertained in the home of Mrs. Edwin A. Crowell, 1430 N. Broad St. Mrs. Mariner told of the many new materials on the market, something of their care and what they were made of. At the close of her talk each member was given swatches of material, 12 in number, consisting of the new miracle fabrics and old materials seldom seen now. The object was to identify as many as possible. Mrs. Arnold Salisbury was a guest. Assisting hostesses , were Mrs. Dean Lindstrom and Mrs. Charles Carman. Presiding at the Presbyterian Association KnoxvllU, nilnoii CHICKEN PIE SUPPER Thursday, Oct. 22nd Serving bagini at 5 o'clock. Menu—Chicken Pie, grew, maihed potatoes, creamed turnlpi, mixed vegetables, cranberry salad, rolls, coffee, pie. ADULTS 11.00. serving table were Mrs. R. J. Kirkpatrick and Mrs. E. G. Tribbey. Calvary Group To Attend Rally The Rev. Arthur P. Schornack and members of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church will motor to Taylor Ridge Friday, to attend the Zone Rally of this organization. Among those attending will be Mrs. Fritz Monke Jr. who represented the entire zone at the International Convention in Portland, Ore. She will give her report of this convention at the Rally on Friday. The main speaker will be Dr. O. If. Schmidt, who was cxeculivo secretary of Foreign Missions Board of the Lutheran Church of the Missouri Synod for 14 years. He made five trips to the far eastern mission fields, some of them under difficult wartime conditions. In addition to this, he previously served parishes in Western Canada, Minnesota, Cincinnati and Valparaiso, Ind. Representatives from the entire: district and several hundred members from this zone aro expected to attend the meeting and lunch- con. Columbus Day is a holiday throughout Spain national Matched Duet 79 50 for Both Eight genuine sparkling diamonds are in this lovely matched set. $3 Down, $1.50 Weekly Main Ckac -Je^ Week More for your money in the world's most beautiful gloves. They soil less, wear longer. Gloves for every Mu Sorority members held their Founder's Day banquet at the Galesburg Club, Tuesday evening. For the formal event, the head table was decorated with the sorority flower, the pink rose, while the two side tables were ornamented with fall flowers. Installation was held for eight new members: Miss Shirley Callison, Miss Cherrill Eck, Miss Pat Mitchell, Miss Mary Miller, Miss Beverly Richards, Miss Darlene Adams, Miss Helen Killeen, Miss Sharon Walker. The candlelight ceremony was performed by Miss Evelyn Clay and Miss Pansy Robinson. New officers installed by Miss Clay were Mrs. Eugene Woolsey, president; Miss Barbara Teel, vice president; Miss Shirley Callison, corresponding secretary; Miss Cherrill Eck, recording secretary; Miss Sharon Walker, treasurer. Committee chairmen appointed by the new president are: Social, Misslments on hangers Joan Leahy; ways and means, Miss Dolly Shamon; service, Miss Alice Hutchison; telephone, Miss Beverly Richards; program and activities, Miss Darlene Adams. The newly appointed officers, social and program and activities committees will meet at the Y. M. C, A. Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock, Miss Virginia Riley was crowned Silver Star Queen for bringing the most new pledges in the sorority The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Eugene Woolsey, 244 South Farnham Street, Thursday Oct. 29 at 7:30 o'clock as a Hal loween party and business meeting at which time secret pals will be revealed. All members are asked to attend in costume. 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