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tTho Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. 'omen... Political Change* Over Years Given at Mosaic by Mrs. George. Mrs. P. C. Webst.cn Jr. and Mrs. F. C. Webster Sr. entertained Mosaic Club in the home of the forhner, at 1470 N. Cherry St., Wednesday for luncheon. The theme for the year, "America Transforms Itself," was taken into the political life of the nation with the talk on "Political Changes Over the Last 60 Years," interestingly given by Mrs. Adda George. She based her remarks largely on the recent book, "The Big Change," by Frederick Lewis Allen, formerly editor-in-chief of Harpers. ST. JOSEPH'S LIISKAKY now boasts modern facilities for the handling of hooks. Started four years ago the library has increased in content through the efforts of the parents and P.T.A. sponsorship. Shown above are (foreground) Ruth Ann Wamhoff and Mrs Robert Scarlc. Standing in the rear from left to right are Mrs. J. M. Hanrahan, Mrs. Herman Holschcr, Cheryl Ellison and Mrs. II. T. Kent, librarian. St. Joseph's New Library Now in Use St. Joseph's school library was started four years ago under the guidance of Mrs. Nadie Sheahan with the Parent-Teacher Association as the sponsor. Initially starting with 200 books the library has been enlarged to several thousand books due to the gifts of generous patrons and funds allocated by the P.T.A. Two years ago it was decided to rebuild with modern facilities to house the books. This was done under the direction of Mrs. Herman Holscher, chairman of the library committee, with the assistance of the P.T.A. Modern facilities for the handling of books and redecoration of the room have turned an outmoded classroom into cheerful and pleasant surroundings for the young people. Since the encouragement for the reading of books motivated this plan, the evident pleasure of the pupils is ample reward to the parents' for the work accomplished. Mrs. H. T. Kent is the present chairman of the library committee. XY Club Journeys to Peoria for Dinner Members of the X-Y Club drove to Peoria for dinner Tuesday. Hostess for the evening was Mrs. Ned Woods of 210 Melborun St. Mrs. Woods, the former Phyllis Long, was the first director of woman's activities at the Y. M. C. A. 22 years ago. She organized a business woman's group at the Y and all members of the X-Y Club are former members of the group. After dinner the group spent the evening reminiscing. Attending the event were Miss Amy Beckman, Mrs. Clarence Jearling, Mrs. Robert Briggs, Miss Florence Dowler, Miss Mabel Youngdahl, Miss Rosa iMunson, Mrs. Ruth Eck, Miss Ruth Billings, Mrs Hortcnse Larson and Miss Ann Weinmann. If Beta Sigma Phi Chapter Holds Rush Party Epsilon Omicron Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi rush party was held in the home of G. C. Merilatt, 1007 N: Academy St., with Mrs. Rudolph Rosinc as hostess. Guests for the evening were Mrs. Anne Patterson, Miss Charlotte Anderson and Mrs. Wayne Wilson. Crazy hats were worn and the prizes were given to Miss Anderson and Mrs. Charles Vernon. Miss Shirley Bryant was awarded a prize in the portrait sketching contest. After the brief business meeting, Miss Bryant gave a talk on "Painting the Person." Tiny corsages were at each place setting when the hostess!",]' * served refreshments. The -next ' meeting will be held Nov. 3 in the home of Mrs. William Smith, 562 E. Fifth St. Ceremony Held in Carthage Church Physical Education To/tic for Cooke PTA Fathers' Night Warren LaBounly, elementary physical education supervisor, was the speaker at the Cooke School "Fathers' Night" held in the school gymnasium Monday eve- KLINGS PLAN OPEN HOUSE—MR. AND MRS. NELS KLING, 1374 E. Losey St., will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon and evening with an open house at their home. Friends and relatives are invited to call between the hours of 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening. Hostesses for the event will be their two daughters, Mrs. Delmar F. Reed and Mrs. Raymond Karns. Thursday, October 32, 1953 11 Church Circle ft ears Mrs. Kermlt Petersen Mrs. Ke*rmit Petersen followed up the showing of a film of migrant workers at cherry picking time in Door County, Wis., by MU ing of their experiences with th§ workers when she spoke to Circle six of the First Christian Church. Members met at the church Tuesday evening. At the business meeting conducted by Mrs. G. K. Sherman, chairman, Woman's Day, Nov. 1, World Community Day, Nov. 5, and the church bazaar, Nov. 17, were all announced. Mrs. Goldie Glenn led the devotions. Mrs.. Shirley Bettisworth, Mrs. Mary Eridinglon, Mrs. Carrie Stone and Mrs. Dorothy Smith served refreshments to the group during the social hour. Y Club Plans Mask Party for Next Week Tuesday evening marked the fall opening of the Mother and Daughter Club of the Y. M. C. A. It was decided to have a Halloween party in the Jungle Room Thursday, Oct. 29. Each member was invited to atr lend and to appear costumed. A prize will be given for the most original costume. Games and refreshments are planned. O. W. HOLMES CLUB Reservations for the 60th anni- ton Newcomer or Mrs. G. A. Harshbarger by Saturday. The event will also be a guest day. (J help in the development of children. Assisted by the Rev A. J. Cope-lidentically styled in a colonial bride's table at the reception given! During the social hour, refresh- land* of Bushncll the Rev. A. H.lpattern with wide sashes andby members of the Woman's So-;ments were served by Mrs. Har- Daglcy of Carthage performed the crescent necklines. M a tc h i n g'.cicty of Christian Service. Crystalloid Snodgrass, Mrs. H. W. Johann, mitts and headbands complctcdicandclabra with pastel chrysan- Mrs. T. L. Schumacher and Mrs. the costumes and Miss Huber car- themums at' the base flanked theR. F. Ancelet. Mrs. Pearl Ken- ried bropze mums while Miss cake. Background music at theinedy presided •.t the coffee service. Walker carried gold mums. jreception was by Mrs. Harold Dun -J Room prize was awarded to . • . _ , - , versary celebration and tea of the] ning by the Parent-Teacher Asso-ioiivcr Wendell Holmes Club to be; ' CJ «'° n ' , r> . ! ,lcld at tne Galesburg Club Mon-j Do you have a -ubber spatula in Mr, LaBounly showed colorjday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clockjyour kitchen? Use it to remove slides of different physical educa-i may be made by calling Mrs. Mor-ievery bit of food from cans. lion activities and explained how!—— . —— == they Rummage Sale Friday, October 23 4 P. M. to 3 P. M. CORPUS CHRISTI GYMNASIUM Sponsored by CORPUS CHRISTI P.T.A. wedding ceremony for his daugh tor, Norma Feme, and Harold E. Day, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willis E. Day,'404 W. Martin St., Abingdon, Sunday afternoon. Autumnal chrysanthemums and gladioli decorated the First Methodist Church of Carthage where the double ring ceremony was read in the presence of 400 guests. Presenting the nuptial music was Prof. Robert Wolff of Carthage College while F. J. Bennett of Moline sang several numbers. Preceding the bride down the aisle were her attendants, Miss Marilyn Huber, maid of honor, in gold taffeta; Miss Norma Walker, bridesmaid in bottle green taffeta; Jeanne Underwood, flower girl, in mint green and Robert Underwood, ring bearer. Jeanne and Robert are a niece and nephew of the bridegroom. The attendants' dresses were Bride In White The white Bible the bride carried was topped with happiness roses and fringed mums. Her gown of nylon net and embroidered lace over satin was fashioned with a double net skirt and.full length train. The lace bodice was high necked and had long, pointed sleeves. Her veil of fine illusion edged with lace was held in place by a cap trimmed with shirring and small pearl beads. Best man was Kenneth O. Kruger of Chicago while Chester Underwood, Roger Anderson, Richard LarSen and Myrl Day seated the guests. Pearl Kennedy's grade class. lap of Abingdon. |Mrs The newlyweds will reside at 108 fifth W. South St. in Abingdon after! their wedding trip. Both were c-f. , /if graduated from Abingdon High 5" °* ,,uUa School. Mrs. Day attended Carth age College and has been secre tary for the Naylor and Austin! law firm in Carthage. Mr. Day attended Rutgers University and served four years with the U. S Army. He is employed as a cost accountant by Abingdon Potteries Inc Guests attended from Mount Pleasant, Iowa, Peoria, Pawnee, Hartsburg, Atlanta,- Newton, Bea- fourth and A four-tiered wedding cake:son, Moline, Coal Valley, Hamp topped with yellow flowers, sur- ton, Viola, Laura, Roseville, Bush- rounded by smilax, centered thclnell, Beardstown and Abingdon. Meat Dish to Fit Your Budget FRUITED PORK STEAKS— -There's a pork cut to fit every budget, your budget requires careful consideration, economical pork shoulder steaks are a smart choice. Here's a dinner featuring pork steaks cooked with apple slices and raisins. They're accompanied by nut-topped sweet potatoes and cole slaw: FRUITED PORK STEAKS 4 pork shoulder steaks 2 cooking apples (Jonathan, Flour, salt, paprika • Winesap or Rome Beauty) Raisins, brown sugar Trim fat from edge of pork] steaks and fry out in a large skillet or Dutch oven. Remove pieces Flour pork steaks and brown on Escalloped Turkey And Noodles For Your Sunday Supper Use leftover turkey or chicken for this pleasant dish. Escalloped Turkey and Noodles Tossed Salad Greens with French Dressing Bread and Butter Fruited Gelatin Beverage ESCALLOPED TURKEY AND NOODLES Ingredients: 1 tablespoon salt, 3 quarts boiling water, 8 ounces |medium egg noodles, 1 cup drained cooked diced celery, 2 teaspoons celery seed, 14 cup butter or margarine, 4 tablespoons flour, 2 cups milk, 1 cup diced cooked turkey, salt and pepper and poultry seasoning (to taste). Method: Add 1 tablespoon salt to rapidly boiling water; gradually add noodles so that water continues to boil. Cook uncovered, stirring occasionally, until tender. Drain in colander. Turn cooked noodles into greased quart casserole. Sprinkle with celery and celery seed. Melt butter over low heat; add flour and blend. Gradually add milk and cook until thickened, stirring constantly. Add turkey, salt, pepper and poultry seasoning. Pour over noodles and celery. Bake in mod erate (350 F) oven 25 to 30 min utes. Makes 4 to 6 servings. Miss Zoa Jayne Invites You To Learn the Secret of a Beautiful "Contour Make-Up" Miss Jayne invites every woman In the Galesburg trading area to visit her on the last two days of her stay in Kellogg Drake & Company's Cosmetic section, Friday and Saturday. Aliss Jayne representing Helena Rubinstein will introduce for the first time a new point of view in make-up called "Contour Makeup." It perfects imperfect contours of face and throat, creating the illusion of youth so essential to wear the small head-hugging hats. Miss Jayne will also analyze your skin and coloring and suggest the right colors for you. To those women who visit Kellogg's Cosmetic section Friday or Saturday, 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 Helena Rubinstein Contour Make-Up. Remember — Just TWO more days. Kellogg Drake & Co. Adv. both sides in hot fat. Sprinkle each side with salt and paprika. Pour off excess fat. Core apples, but do not pare; out into thick Top each steak with one or two apple slices and fill centers with raisins. Sprinkle apples with brown sugar. Ppur Vi cup water around steaks, cover and cook over low heat for 45 minutes or until steaks are tender. Baste once or twice during cooking with liquid in pan. Add more water, if needed. (If desired, pork steaks may be baked with the fruit in a large covered baking dish at 350 degrees F. for 45 min- Welfare Group Meets Wednesday afternoon 34 members of the Welfare Group of the Senior Woman's Club worked on mending and sewing for the Free Kindergarten. Mrs. George Larson was chairman of the committee and was assisted by Mrs. Fred Dennis, Mrs. M. F. Kline, Mrs. Sidney Wirt and Mrs. C. H. Birdsall. Lodge Has Luncheon A potluck luncheon was enjoyed by members of Coed Lodge 103, Ladies' Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and En- ginemen, Tuesday at 1 o'clock in the American Leg'ion Home. Routine business was transacted dur- A home freezer can take over part of the lunch-box labors now that school days are here. Sand wiches may be made in advance in quantity and frozen, It's advisable to use up frozen sandwiches in a two to three week period. Most sandwich fillings freeze well except hard-cooked egg whites, lettuce, celery, tomatoes, carrots. Better to add finger salads, such as a whole tomato or carrot strips, to the lunch box after it has been taken from freezer. Ut Giorified e SiS S ' Potatoes: CookiM 6 re * ular meetin S which fo1 " sweet potatoes in jackets; peel and whip with butter, brown sugar and orange juice to suit taste. Place in a greased casserole, sprinkle with nuts and bake at 350 degrees F for 15-20 minutes. Remove iron rust from fabric by sprinkling with salt, moistening with lemon juice, and drying in the sun. lowed. Next meeting will be Nov. 3. A small bowl that's narrow at the bottom is extremely useful in beating small quantities of food. Shown Church Group Color slides of India were shown by Mrs. Forrest Carlson to the Business Women's Group of Trinity Lutheran Church Tuesday Members assembled in the Martha Room of the church. The slides were taken by Mrs. Carlson's sister, Miss Verna Lofgren, who is a missionary in India. Devotions were given by Miss Ella Anderson and the business meeting was conducted by Miss Gertrude Stomberg, president. Announcement was made of the Ladies Aid rummage sale to be held at the church on Friday. # Refreshments were served from an attractive table centered with an arrangement of fall foliage, flanked with green tapers. Mrs. Elmer Sandeen and Mrs. C. Oscar Hawkinson presided. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Carl H. Johnson, Mrs. Mabel Elder, Mrs. Goldie Belden, Mrs. Etta Angel and Miss Marguerite Krase. The next meeting Nov. 17 will be guest night. Musical Quiz Is Given For Gleaners Class Station WHY broadcast for members of the Gleaners Class of Emmanuel Methodist Church Wednesday evening when the group assembled in the home of Mrs. Harry Suydam, 778 Peck St. Mrs. Robert Page gave the devotions. The musical quiz, with Mrs. Dale Johnson at the piano, broadcast over radio station WHY, was conducted by Mrs. Suydam. Mrs. A. H. White was master of ceremonies. Winners on the quiz were Mrs. A. T. Lindberg, Mrs. Ray Graflund, Miss Olive Youngdahl, Mrs. Paul, Peterson and Mrs. Elmer Lehman. Mystery tune winners were Mrs. Richard Thomas and Mrs. P.iul Lindberg. Plans were made'for a rummage sale Oct. 27 with Mrs. Herbert Engman appointed chairman. The next meeting will be Nov. 18 in the home of Mrs. Dale Johnson. Before ironing a damp shirt, snap the collar in your hands to stretch threads. This helps to avoid puckers and shrinkage along the seam line. RUMMAGE SALE Friday, Oct. 23—Op.n 5 P. M. Saturday, Oct. 24—Open > A. M. Presbyterian Church Basement Sponsored by Circl. 4 RUMMAGE SALE Frl., Oct. 23—8 to 5 P. M. Sat., Oct. 24, 1953—8 to ?? 73 N. Prairie St. GROSS BUILDING Sponsored by Pi B«U Phi Alumna* Association. COUNTY FAIR ALLEN PARK SCHOOL South Farnham St. Friday, October 23, 1953 6 P. M. to 9:30 P. M. Magic Show Fish Pond Snack Bar • Cake Walk County Store - Games Mureen Hardware Presents ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEMONSTRATION DURING DAY AND EVENING. Mrs. Elizabeth First, factory representative will be on hand to demonstrate the complete Sunbeam line. Friday, October 23rd FREE COFFEE AND COOKIES TO ALL WHO ATTEND, Mureen Hardware Co. YOUR Hardware Stor. 4.1 North Pr .Irlo QUALITY FIRST - AS ALWAYS The Time to Select Your New Winter r^s\ Coat Is Now NOW ~ ^—' T T you will find the most complete selection of the latest and smartest Fall Styles ... a grand Miort- ment In colors and fabrics ... and you get the extr* cartful workmanship that "results when the furriers and t.llori are not rushed making coats . . . later on when the makers are busier, naturally less care Is put into each garment. SO now you can shop In ease your time . . . you can see every possible type and style you can select any fabric and fur •nd talc* you can choose the coat you like to your exact size and measurement . . • PLUS . you- can pay Just a small deposit on your coat and use our easy lay-away plan so it will be paid for by the time you are ready to wear your coat . • • NOW — at the beginning of the suit season ... SPECTACULAR SALE REDUCTIONS UP TO PRICE Over 65 brand new, best selling 1953 styles from top markets. Fitted suits, some box jacket suits; suits for sports, town, travel. Dressmaker suits, suits to wear under coats, later. Julliard's Gabardine, Pacific's Verdona Crepe, Juilliard's Shadow Tweed, Imported Sharkskin, Deering Millikin Crossdye Flannel, Plain Flannel, Splash Flannel, Juilliard's Takara (rabbit's hair and wool). Back, brown, grey, cadet bue, tan Coronation blue, green, mauve. Be smart . . . Shop Early and See For Yourself the Finer Coats and Suits...the wonderful selection . . . and All at Prices You Like to Pay at GROSSMAN'S. A Small Deposit Holds Your Coat or Suit in Lay-Away!

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