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10 Gafesburfl Re9jstef*Majj y .Go|esburQ> tit. Friday, June 28, 1963 o By JOY MILLER NEW YORK (AP) — As toy buyers, parents long have been considered pushovers for their children's whims, pathetic pawns in the toy industry's hard sell. Last Christmas they rebelled. As a result, sales of high-priced toys in 1962 were, as the trade journals put it, disappointing. Next Christmas prices will be lower*. A good many manufacturers frankly concede that the trend to lower-priced toys was forced by parents. The extent of this completely unorganized revolt was apparent here at the American Toy Fair, where next Yuletide's playthings were shown to buyer's. Some Still High Priced Emphasis will be on low and medium-prteed items, with a generous helping in the under-$5 category. Of course, the more costly class is represented. There is, for example, a bespectacled doll that speaks 200 { phrases for the little girl who has everything — including, it would seem, incredible patience. And a toy parrot, who wrll repeat what you say to him because he contains a transistorized tape recorder, costs more than a live one. rouoRe a C^onducts Ml ruda lAJorkdho, Members of Altrusa convened at Scandia Restaurant Thursday evening for a workshop. Miss Lotus Regan, retiring president, presided at the session, conducted by Mrs. B. E. Manvvorren, newly elected president. During the buzz sessions for each individual committee, chairmen serving last year presented chairmen for 1963-64 with the committee files. A resume of the work was presented at the conclusion of the workshop for program planning. Theme for the year is focus on service. Chairmen for the ensuing year include Miss Doris Nelson, Al­ trusa information; Mrs. Berl Nord, international relations; Mrs. Beulah Gill, public affairs, Mrs. James Witte, vocational information; Also, Miss Helen Federspiel, classification and membership; Miss Florence Johnson, constitution and bylaws; Miss Deborah Wing, extension; Mrs. Charles Bednar, publicity; Mrs. Beula McGaughy, finance; Miss Harriet Aberg, - newsletter; Mrs. John Ankersen, archives; Mrs. Philip Steinfeldt, courtesy. Dessert was served prior to the meeting arranged by Mrs. Manworren, Miss Nelson and "Miss Isabelle E. Jennings. "Why the revolt? A good many breadwinners couldn't afford the expensive playthings that their youngsters had their hearts set on. Others, who did scrimp together the money, often watched their children's faces fall when they discovered the highly touted toy wasn't all they thought it would be. Then there were the expensive numbers that required the combined efforts of a Wernher von Braun and a Sanskrit scholar to put together with the dubious aid of enclosed directions. No parent in his right mind buys an unassembled toy—and the ones sold last Christmas were largely to adults deluded by promotion showing the toys in the state of togetherness. You Pay for Development Prices, however, are defended by a toy store president, who points out that it's mostly not the material you pay for, it's the CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Ten tables were at play at the Knox County Country Club clubhouse Thursday afternoon when grand slam prizes were won by Mrs. Bertha Swedburg, Mrs. Gail Savidge and Mrs. Kenneth Lane. High scores were tallied by Mrs. MacDonald Verner, first; Mrs. E. C. Goehrig, second, and Mrs. Swedburg, third. The afternoon's prize was won by Mrs. Lawrence Welsh. It was announced there won't be any bridge next Thursday. The July 11 luncheon will be at 12:30 o'clock and bridge play at 1:30. Those attending are being asked to make reservations as soon as possible with Mrs. Paul Briggs. Committee for Thursday's potluck included Mrs. Fred Clark, Mrs. Leonard Oberg, Mrs. George Bowman, Mrs. Harold Lashbrook and Mrs. Charles Woolsey. KNOXVILLE MUSEUM, OLD JAIL Hosts at the Knoxville Museum and the Old Jail in Knoxville Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock will be Mr. and Mrs. Carlisle Smith and Willard Sipes. high cost of development in the first place. A good toy can cost hundreds of thousands of dollars before it goes into production. He thinks parents' resentment reached the boiling point when toys were advertised as "only $18.50".and wee ones approached their sires to say, "Gee, dad, why can't I have it; it's only $18.50." To meet some parental objections, the Federal Communications Commission last year ruled toy companies couldn't use prices in TV advertising. for and About Women Ruth Milled Writes IJou'te the One la C^ure .Shyness ^Heefin Soclai ^A^airs 9 "I'm painfully shy and nervous when I am left at i large party with someone I've never met," a young wife writes. "My husband has a new job in his old home town, and many parties have been given for us since we came there to live. My shyness makes me awkward and' embarrasses my husband. Is there any way I can get over it?" Of course you can overcome it. Wedding Is Saturday Miss Connie Nelson Honored The series of bridal showers given as courtesies for Miss Connie Nelson, Rio, bride-elect of Philip Huff, Woodhull, will conclude with a dinner this evening following rehearsal for their wedding. Hosts for the event will be Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swartout, parents of the future bridegroom, who will entertain at their home in Woodhull. Miss Nelson, daughter of the Conrad Nelsons of Rio and Mr. Huff will exchange wedding promises Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at Henderson Grove Lutheran Church. At a shower Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Carl Nelson near Cameron, co-hostesses with Mrs. Nelson were Mrs. Charles Brown and Mrs. Paul Nelson. Winners of game prizes were Mrs. Elmer Wickstrom, Mrs. Conrad Nelson, Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mrs. William Barman, Mrs. James Nelson, Mrs. John Nelson and Mrs. Edwin Olson. The bride-elect was presented with a group gift of kitchen ware. Mrs. Nelson and Mrs. Swartout, mothers of the couple, shared serving honors at the refreshment table centered with an arrangement of lavender flowers and lavender candles. Give Favors When Miss Judy Bowman entertained in Miss Nelson's honor last Saturday evening the event was a miscellaneous shower attended by neighborhood and school friends.. Prizes in appropriate bridal games were awarded to Miss Car- Grand Lecturer Is Guest of Honor at Violet Chapter Meeting Mrs. Albert Bradbury, grand lecturer and a member of the scholarship committee of the grand chapter was guest of honor at this week's meeting of Violet chapter 235, Order of the Eastern Star of Illinois, in the Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Spencer, worthy patron and matron presided and the Flag was presented by E m m e r t Griffith, colorbearer, with Mrs. William Hudgel and Mrs. J. U. Davis as escorts. Mrs. Bradbury, chapter instructress, was greeted in song by Paul Lindberg, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Van Wallick. A class Just one good look at CROWN windows, doors ot porch enclosures will convince you of their superiority in design, construction, operation and appearance. So take a look today! Tht CROWN Storm Window Made of heavy extruded aluminum, Triple track of vinyl plastic... no metal to metal contact. No gadgets or locks to bend or break. Comfort and convenience ... the year 'round. The CROWN Storm Door FUll !'/•" THICK PRLHUNG FOR EASY INSTALLATION Made of Extra Heavy Extruded Aluminum Rugged Construction—Will Not Sag Built to Lot a Lifetime Truly — A Beautiful Door Alexander Lumber Co. %}% E. South St. Phone 343-7171 of candidates was initiated. Escorted were two grand lecturers, 12 members of grand chapter committees and two past officers. An invitation was received to attend a reception by Galesburg Assembly 346, Order of the Rainbow for Girls honoring Miss Helen Dayle Palmer, grand worthy advisor of Illinois, on July 13. The annual Masonic picnic wrll be held at the Lions Shelter, Lincoln Park, on July 8. Members are being asked to call Miss Miriam Wallick, Mrs. William Hudgel, Mrs. J. U. Davis or Mrs. Spencer regarding the menu. Will Be Guest of Honor Mrs. Spencer will be guest of honor and Mr. Spencer a guest in the East on July 2 in Nonpareil Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer will serve as associate patron and matron in Blandinsville on July 13 and as worthy patron and matron in Rio on July 15. Mrs. Spencer presented a chapter gift to Mrs. Bradbury. The gift was enclosed in an apple for" the teacher. Talks were given by Mr. and Mrs. Spencer and Mrs. Bradbury. The social committee served refreshments from a tea table covered with an orchid and white cloth and centered with an orchid bouquet. The committee included Mi's. Robert Hicks, Mrs. Robert Bennett, Miss Mabel Hicks and Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Griffith. Advance Night will be observed July 9. Guest of honor will be Mrs. Emma F. Ansley, Chicago, associate grand matron of Illinois. FUTURE BRIDES Be sure to *ee the China and Crystal and register In our "Bridal Book." VOD ft/ceivn 4 Pre* Gift Toe WEBERJ pin SHOP MS) e AS I MAJN uzun ©line Pople of Bio and Mrs, Swartout, the prospective bride* groom's mother. The bride-elect opened her gifts at a table decorated in lavender and silver. The same colors were used on tlie refreshment table at which mothers of the couple were accorded honors. Plastic bags of rice to throw at the wedding were tied with lavender ribbons and given as favors. Aunt Entertains Mrs. Edwin Olson of North Henderson, an aunt, entertained friends and relatives at a miscellaneous shower in the bride-elect's Future Bride... ANNOUNCE TROTH—Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Squire of rural Galesburg announce the engagement of their daughter Judith Kaye (above) to Donald Fredrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson of near Seaton. They will be married July 28, 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the Coldbrook Christian Church. No .invitations are being sent. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Bethel Shrine Receives Four New Members A 6:30 o'clock potluck dinner served in the dining room of Masonic Temple preceded Wednesday evening's meeting of Bethel Shriue, Order of the. White Shrine of Jerusalem, in the lodge room. Mrs. Reuben Anderson and her committee were in charge of the dinner, A feature of the meeting was the ceremonial at which four new members were received in the order. Mrs. Leo Cash Sr., worthy high priestess and Ray Johnston, watchman of shepherds, presided. Mrs. Shirley Randall, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Victor Taylor sang during the ceremonial and also to guests in the East. Mrs. Wilbur Pjerson, supreme page, and Wilbur Pierson, supreme kings guard of Jordan Shrine, Princeton, were escorted, welcomed and introduced as were guests in the East. Also escorted were Mrs. Luella Micheel, worthy high priestess and Edward McLarnan, watchman of shepherds of Oriental Shrine, Davenport, Iowa. Introduced Also Mrs. Clarence Manworren, district chairman of material objectives, and eight past worthy high priestesses of Bethel Shrine and Mrs. Faye Alford, Mrs. Mary Alice Cook, Mrs. Georgia Lundberg, past worthy high priestesses of Oriental Shrine, Davenport. Also, Mrs. Margaret Lee, past worthy high priestess of Vashti Shrine, Rock Island; seven past watchmen of shepherds of Bethel and Charles Long, past watph- (Continued on page U> honor June 12, with Mrs. William Barman, Mrs, Clarence Heilener, Mrs. Oliver Stephenson, and Mrs. Glenn W. Swanson as co -hostesses. Musical .selections were given by Miss Mary and Miss Frances Olson. Contests were conducted with prizes going to Mrs. Raymond Stephenson and Mrs. Max Jones. After being presented her gifts by Gloria Heilener, Miss Nelson Was assisted in opening them by Miss Joyce Rinas and Miss Rosalie Huff. The attractive serving table was centered with a wedding bell. Mrs. Ray Swartout, the groom-elect's mother, served punch and Mrs. Conrad Nelson presided over the coffee service. Serve as Hostesses At a miscellaneous shower in Miss Nelson's honor Tuesday evening, June 4 at Henderson Grove Lutheran Church, Mrs. Donald Nelson welcomed the guests. She also conducted the contest which was won by Mrs. Mae Swartout. A violin selection was given by Mrs. Lois Brown accompanied by Mrs. Barbara Benson. The bride-elect was assisted in unwrapping her gifts by Miss Frances Huff and Miss Carolin Swartout at the gift table decorated in lavender and silver, the chosen colors. The serving table was centered with lavender flowers and candles in silver holders. Honors were given to Mrs. Swartout, Mrs. Nelson, Miss Huff, and Miss Carolin Swartout. Hostesses for the event were .Mrs. Donald Nelson, Mrs. Frank­ lin'Douglas, Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mrs. Harold Wilson, Mrs. Alvin Johnson, Mrs. Clarence Johnson, Mrs. Brent Benson, Mrs. Clarence Carlson, Mrs. Edsel Nelson, Mrs. Harvey Nelson, Mrs. Sam Ericson, Mrs. Harry Hallberg, Mrs. Anton Johnson, Mrs. Donn Moberg, Mrs. Margaret Smith, Mrs. Kenneth Olson, Mrs. Omar Martinson, and Miss Martha Erickson. Guast LitJ Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Vincent Nelson, Janice and Sallie Wickstrom, Karen and Jean Nelson. Miss Miriam Hissing, Mrs. Ray Krause and Sandy and Lindy Brown. Also, Miss Cheryl Lindsey, Misg Diane Bodeen, Miss Donita Peterson, Miss Nancy Miller, Mrs. Jim Krueger, Miss Janet McLaughlin, Miss Karen Swanson, Mrs. Tom Page, Mrs. Jim Bailey, Miss Barbara Bland. Mrs. Dean Moreland Mrs. Rollin Setterdahl, Miss Jill Bowman. Mrs. Elmer Wickstrom, Mrs. Clifford Bowman and Miss Rosalie Huff, sister of the bridegroom. _ „ . _ Also, Mrs. Helen Collopy and Patricia, Gloria Heilener, Miss Carole Heilener, Miss Judy Bowman, Mrs. Jim Greenup. Mrs. Ray Seaholm nnd Lea Ann, Mrs. Virgil Barman, Mrs. Wesley Nelson, Mrs. Dale Barman, Mrs.' Albin Wenstrom and Jackie Jones. Also, Mrs. Rudolph Venlund, Mrs. Lola Johnson, Mrs. Lawrence Melton, Mrs. Ester Hallberg, Miss Flor ence Rissing, Mrs. Oscar Johnson, Mrs. "Walter Johnson, Mrs. Art Swanson, Mrs. Richard Hallberg, Mrs. Hanna Rissini?, Mrs, Bentley Wilson and Mrs. Theresa Nelson. Also, Mrs. Clarence Hallberg, Mrs. Helen Eklund, Mrs. Elmer Brown, Mrs. Harold Smith, Mrs. Ted Johnson and Marilyn, Mrs. Leonard Rissing. Mrs. William Hallberg, Mrs. Herbert Nelson. Mrs. James Case, Mrs. Willis Larson, Mrs. Elsie Erickson and Mrs. Mildred Peterson. Also, Mrs. Claris Johnson, Katny Douglas, Mrs. Mabel Nelson, Mrs. Anton Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Wilson and Patricia, the Misses Mary and Carolyn Hallberg, Janet and Lynn Moberg, Mrs. James Youngren, Mrs. Alvin Johnson and Marjorie, Donnie, Chris and Parr* Nelson. Also, Mrs. Maude Peterson, Mrs. Oscar Peterson, Mrs. D. K. Johnson, Mrs. Dale Richmond and Jean, Mrs. Arleigh Hunt and Ruth Ann, Mrs. Art Watters, Mrs. Earl Parker, Mrs. Guy Richmond, Mrs. Gary Davison, Mrs. Ray Conrad. Mrs. Ivan Nelson, Miss Janet Galbreath, Miss Marilyn Nelson and Miss Rosalie Nelson. Do some "boning-up" before you go to a party. Ask your husband who is likely to be there, and get him to tell you something about those you'll probably meet. Store those facts away in your mind. Then think up several general remarks you could make to anyone, even a complete stranger. You don't have to think of any- think witty, or profound — just something to get you over that tongue-tied feeling and give you a chance to show that you are a friendly person. And If you should f|nd yourself feeling self-conscious because you are all alone In a crowd, look about yon and you'll find someone looking equally uncomfortable. That's the time for one of those "general" remarks you have tucked away in your mind. Then ask a question or two and before you know it you will have a conversation started. The other person will be grateful to you for singling him out, and go away remembering you as a gracious person. Don't fool yourself into thinking that the socially adept persons who go from group to group making light chatter are smarter or more amusing than you are. Either they know people well enough to feel at ease, or they are making themselves behave In a sociable manner. "How to Have a Happy Husband," has some thoughtful observations on the subject by Ruth Millett. Send 25 cents to Ruth Millett Reader Service, % Galesburg Register-Mail, P.O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, NiY. Name BPW Chairmen Business and Professional Women's Club chairmen for the ensuing year have been. named by Mrs. Viola Lerseh, president, and attended a planning meeting recently when committees were selected and meetings arranged. The planning meeting was at the Custer Inn. Serving as chairmen and cochairmen for the ensuing year will be Miss June L. Roberts, Miss Margaret ocnwarz, personal development; Mrs. Carl B. Livers, Mrs. James C. Roberts, civic participation; Mrs. Margaret Wilds, Mrs. Phyllis Farrell, world affairs; Mrs. Helen Hunter, Miss Frances Kloss, April meeting. Also, Mrs. Eric Johnson, Miss Lotus Regan and Mrs. Axel L. Carlson, finance; Miss Hortense Gehring, Miss Pauline Neice, legislature; Miss Louise Haller, Mrs. Irma Varnold, membership: Mrs. Oscar Dooley, Mrs. Viola Haller, public relations. Also, Mrs. B. E. Manworren, Mrs. Karen Conrad, October meeting; Mrs. E. C Goehrig, Miss Joan Mattson, picnic; Miss Doris Nelson, Mrs. L. F. Pihl, Christmas party; Mrs. Albertina Morgan, Miss Dorothy Chamberlin, June installation; Miss Kedrin Harr, Miss Charlotte Wilson, special parties. Also, Miss Ruth Suydam, Miss Sharon Mallendaer, co-editors of the Scroll; Miss Vera Corbin, courtesy, Mrs. Berl Nord, Girl Scouts; Miss Mary Livingstone, Hospital Guild; Mrs. Adelle Rabe n a u, parliamentarian. Mrs. Goehrig, historian, Mrs. Max Pine, custodian, and Miss Frances Brockley, fellowship fund. Theme for the year is responsibility of full partnership. MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH GIST, (above) were married Saturday evening at Kirkwood Westminster Church in a double ring ceremony read by Rev. H. Hardy. The former Miss Joyce Gray to the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gray of Kirkwood and parents of the bridegroom ane Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gist of Lake Forest. The couple received felicitations at a reception at the Colonial Hotel In Monmouth. Mrs. Gist is a teacher In Gorton School in Lake Forest, where the couple will reside. He Is employed by Hahn Brothers, Lake Forest. *]f]ame ^Jewcomerd 9 s$3didtant ^/JodteM Mrs. Dale Sward will serve as assistant hostess for the New* comer Greeting Service. She was named Thursday by the hostess, Mrs. Harold Canada, at the group's monthly coffee at Lake Storey. Officers for the next six months were introduced to club members. They include Charles Schneider, president; Donald Tucker, vice president; Mrs. Richard McCoy, secretary, and Mrs. Lester Fick, treasurer. Chairmen were also named to head various projects. They are: Mrs. John DeSollar, social chairman; Mrs. James .Lester, membership chairman; Mrs. Fred Jostes, calling chairman; Mrs. Ralph Williams, good cheer; Mrs. Robert LeMay, publicity; Mrs. Donald Tucker, bowling; M. Sgt. and Mrs. Robert Mitchell, hospitality; Mrs. Gifford Warden, bridge, and Mrs. Wyborne Trout Have us dryclean and STORE OUT-OF-SEASON GARMENTS They'll be returned when you want them,, > ready to wear!- STORE NOW PAY NIXT FAU RAY ANDERSON GLEANERS Fremont 4 Seminary $t». 343-3191 Plan Programs When GJG 4-H Club convened recently at the home of Margaret Burgland, 168 Fulton St., plans were discussed for a tour.and a barbecue party. Members were, reminded of their project for exhibit on finale day, July 23 at George Churchill Auditorium. Kathy Fennig gave a demonstration on "Hemming a Skirt," and Jan Gehring gave a demonstration on • "How to Make a Giant Hamburger." and Mrs. Don Toland, newsletter. Mrs. Canada introduced prospective new members and announced that new members of the club are Mrs. F. E. Bailey, Mrs. Howard McClurg, Mrs. Harold Kastl, Mrs. Clifford Kincade and Mrs. LeMay. The group has scheduled bowling for Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock at Northgate Lanes. , Mrs. Charles Schneider is in charge of the event. THEATRE Starts Thurs., July 4th FIREWORKS A-PLENTY with JBtRSlMBl at THE NuTHl First Exclusive Galesburg Showing SUMMER SPECIALS Wonderful things are happening now at your SINGER SEWING CENTER. • Reductions on discontinued models, floor models and demonstrators • Savings on SINGKK vacuums & floor polishers. • hjxtra Trade-m Allowance for your old sewing machine • Dozens of bonus values BONUS 25% CXTMA TRADE-IN ALLOWANCE « • « • • You get 25% more than listed value on your old sewing machine when you trade it in for any new SINGER' machine. BONUS You get a free SINGER* Full-Power CANISTER CLEANER (r««ulirly $49.50) with your purchase of any SIANT-O-MATIC* Cabinet Model OPCN Til 9 fVMY NIONT KCIPI SAT. SINGER SEWING CENTER '4 t

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