Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 19, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, April 19, 1973
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1^" Gdlasbufg Redistef^MQll, Galctbufg, III. Thursday, April 19, 1973 Member Gives Program FbrLWML Mrs. Walter Walker's tople for the recent meetlfig o( The Ml.^Calvary Lutheran Women Afissionary League at the chttrth was how a Christian can achieve effective oral communication on a person-tO'person B'^iis. Mrs. Herman Talbert presld* ecMuring the business meeting. Mrs. Wilbert Irsch reported that th«"cIothing sent to the Philip- piiMs for flood victims had been received and distributed to Uie needy. The Campbell Nursing Home vYas visited during the month by Mrs! Irsch and Mrs. Talbert. "Rfefreshments were served by Mrs. Martin Vatthauer and Miss Adelaide Vatthauer. J^frk!«n Alts and drafts was the pragram presented by Mrs. Jess smith to members ot Metetomen (Sub Monday evening m the home ol Mrs. A. J> HaffeT) near (Mesburgi Mrs. Smith said that art has always reflected the physical environment. This is parti«ular- OifiDY-UPN-QOES CHAPTER The Giddy-UivN-Goes Chapter will camp at Jim and Hazel Ingle's Pine-D-Rosa near Oquawka on Saturday and Sun day. There wiU be a fish fry and itiee;ting Saturday evei^. MALES' formol w«or ^ "In stock Rentals*' After Six, Lord \ Palm BaMh ister for Free Hoi Register oneymoon to Lat Vtgat 10 Watt Mala St., Oalaabuff ncan ty true of the art of people who live close to* nature, and are at the mercy of their environment. Africa is no excepUon to this rule; the land and Its climate had a profound influence oh African art. Nothing in Africa's coastline encouraged sesfaring excurskMls or close contact with the sea, Mrs. Smith explained. Africa has received waves of other races from Asia and Europe, but has ItSitt remained passive, turning Its back on the ocean, in self-sufficient isolation. Afrkan self'containment is reflected in its art, mostly sculpture of a unified character, carved from wood, metals and ivory, and to a lesser extent, terra cotta and stone. Motivation for primitive sculpture has been produced from the fear of demons, veneration of ancestors and fetish figures. Fetish figures are carved and magical substance added to give the figure a soul or power. Fetish figures were em- ATTENTION PARENTS COMMUNITY UNIT SCHOOL DISTMCT No. MS KINDERGARTEN AND FIRST GRADE REGISTRATION (If Not Now Enrolled In Kindergarten) SCHOOL YEAR 1973-74 Any child who will be five years of age on or before December 1, 1973, may enter kindergairfcen in September 1973. Any child who will be six years of age on or before December 1, 1973, may enter first giade in September 1973. sSame of Parent or Guardian laame of Pupil, BJrthdate of Pupil I^ddress Phone Will Attend School :jryour child has not pre-registered at his elementary school, ptease complete and mall this form to your primary school ^ or to the Board of Education, Community Unit School Dis- iiict No. 205, 590 North Prairie Street, Galesbnrg, III. 61401. , Please mall this form by Monday night, April 30, 1973. ployed to cure ailments, Mrs. Smith aald. Refreshments were served by the hostess from a table attractively decorated in the Easter motif. Mrs. George Schlrck and Mrs. Forrest Olson were given serving honors. Couple Exchange Wedding Vows Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tumey, who were married April «, reside at 220 Olive St., following their return from a wedding trip to Miami, Fla., and the Ba hamas, which Included a two day visit in Nassau. Rev. Lee Boergadlne read the ceremony at his home, 1403 N. Prairie St., for the couple, who were honored at a reception at the Steeplechase, where Mr. and Mrs. Ray l^ts were hosts. Mrs. Tumey, an RN, is em ployed at Dr. Donald L. Grieme's office, and her hus band is a firefighter with the Galesburg Fire Department. Chairmun Introduces New Members Mrs. Doug Peterson, prospective membership chairman, introduced three new members at the Welcome Wagon Coffee held Wednesday morning at the First Presbyterian CJiurdi. They are Mrs. Stuart Anderson, Mrs. Jim Rich and Mrs. Gerald Wiok. These guests were also present, Mrs. Tom Jackson, Mrs. Douglas Smith, Mrs. Jack Smith, Mrs. Dalmar, Lauritaen, Mrs. Raymond Kinilbell, Mrs. Gary Jackovin and Mrs. Dale Hamann. A get-acquainted game was led by Mrs. Don Scherzinger. Ck)^hostesses for the coffee were Mrs. Soherzinger, Mrs. Ronald Gopher and Mrs. James Hyde. to worship. Miss Misa concluded that the military has taken over the goverhment, as the civilian government didn't seem to function well, and the black star is their symbol of their independence. A brief resume of the Passover season, which is being celebrated as a reminder of the hardships the Hebrews endured fcr 40 years in the desert, after Moses delivered them out of bondage from Egypt, was reviewed by Mrs. Werner Michelson. At the business meeting, con[ducted by Mrs. Morton Friedland, president, announcement was made by Mrs. Harvey Wodis, that there will be the spring tummage sale on May 2. The following officers were elected to serve for 1973-1975: Mrs. Leo Stein, president, Mrs. [Oren Meyer, vice president; Mrs. Harry Brandman, recording secretary; Mrs, Friedland, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Tom West, treasurer. Mrs. Fred Schubach and Mrs. Koratsky were hostesses for the dessert luncheon. Check These Fashions Tennis is becoming a way o< life for so many people that one of the largest hotels in Pialm Beach, Flodda, has doubled its number of tennis courts for 1973. And tennis fashions become better looking with each passing season. Zipper front knit dress (left) has navy piling outlining the armholes and zipper and big square pockets. Pro High Curry (center) wears a polyester knit jacket and shorts with racing stripes in navy. Washable Mend o! Kodel and cotton (right) has the look of lace. Inverted pleat skirt has gold buckle. Sweater is white with avy and maroon trim and scarf in imported silk from France. These are exclusive designs from Feron's. Anderson florists mi MAIN um.NMi GIVING WERS Mark the Eoster Tradition with Beoutiful Springtime Flowers! - MAY WE SUGGEST - • Eoster Lily Plants Elegant - Traditional - SymlwUc of Etitcr. We offer a quality Lily-Lush Foliage-Thc Finest! • Colorful Blooming Plants Tulips. Hyacintlis • And Many Otheri — Galeiburg'i Largeit Selection of Quality Bioomi. • CrooHve Eoster Bouquets ^ styled by ear duifieri - A caiorfnl buuy touch " EASTER EOGI SsaelUu laifMi • Eolter Sundoy CorsagetD| styled te compUaieit iNr EAffTER FASinON ™ Lovely lor every bdy - "A TWU to Wear to Shew You Care." ORDER NOW FREE DELIVERY Minimum Volut $3.00 NaUoawido Tteeugb Bonded FTD Membari 4 Anderson florists 312E.HAIN 12tlt.H0AD PHONE 343-IUI About People, Plaees . . . Spanish language students from Churchill and Lombard Junior High schools wilV fly to Madrid, Spain, today wiUi the students from the Spanish Clob at Galesburg High School. Altogether, 18 Churchill students and 10 from Lombard will be going. Miss Cindy Brown is the adviser for Churchill, and Bob Price is the adviser for Lombard. Mrs. Price will accompany the group. Students left from the square downtown today at 11 a.m. for a bus trip to Chicago, where they will leave from O'Hare Field. They will return April 27. While in Spain, they will visit Toledo, sec a bullfight, visit a monatery and tour a Civil War monument. CHESS CLUB The Greater Galesburg Chess Club meeting for Tuesday eve- Ining has becQ cancelled. The next meeting will be Tuesday, May 1 at 7:30 p.m. at Steele Middle School. A four- round Swiss Tournament will begin. The tournament is open to anyone. Pretty, Pretty Shirtdresses are prettier than ever in floral desi^s and shirred close to the waist. This spring's collection of dresses diminish the waistline with gathering and tie back and add Interest with lace eyelet accents on the border. Gardening Club Meets Arthur Dameron, president, welcomed a group of 21 to the second meeting of the Organic Gardening and Nutrition Club Monday at the Home Savings and Loan. It was decided to hold four meetings yearly. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Jess Smith. " lAES to Host(Continued From Page 13) official tion in spokesman the House on of educa- Representatives. A former teacher, she is past president of the League of Women Voters of Arlington Heights, and a former member and secretary of High School I>istrict 214 Board of Education. AT FRANKJEWELCRS... ^^v'^ -DJAM ^JNOS TOGETHERNESS... All 9 R /Af« tit Mt viih§H»vabh hw ptlMl list.50 tngvgtmtHt R/ng and Wedding Raiid Ut Aer. Malfhln$ W$dilinglUnghrliim, •ad Cbaig* AeceuaU InviUd. ILLINOIS' v ^e &4 M06T POPULiK ^ JEV^ERS Fhone 343-1412 241 EAST MAIN ST. Galesburg, III. OPIN MONPAY « FRIDAY NIGHTS 'TIL 9i00 P.M. BRIDES DREAMLAND Where the lovelieit weddinn begin also the finest In wedding photography. Lowest prices around. Vliit tha "One Stop Shop" 444 If. Handeraon St. Ph. 943-3I1S Council Hears- (Continued From Page 11) Turn no, longer needed patio furniture into a bonanza with a low-cost classified ad! State Officer Is Speaker At Meeting Mrs. Connie Fetzer, corresponding secretary, Illinois Division of National Secretaries' Association, Ottawa, spoke to members of NSA Tuesday eve* nirtg at the Sheraton Motor Inn about membership reoruitment. fhs business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Robert Burke, president. A roport was given by Mrs. Robert Seibert about National Secretaries' Week \which begins Sunday. She announced that a breakfiit wUl be held next Wednesday morning at the Custer Hotel from 7 to 6:30 a.m. Members and guests are welcome. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Seibert, 605 Knollcrest. Robert McArthur, sale.s superintendent of Illinois Power Ox, gave a travelog on Italy and Spain. Guests included Mrs. Wayne White, Mrs. Robert German, Mrs. Junior Johnson, Mrs. Sandra Bevard, Mrs. Sheila Lawrence, Mrs. George McCracken and Miss Sally McKeighan. Refreshments were served during the social hour. a fabulous :er paradeforyou! # Give A Lady Bug Gift Certificate • Use Our Convenient Layaway The Lady Bug Shop OPEN At 9:30 A.M. - CLOSED WEDS. PlantT of Ftaa Pafklnt 209 E. MAIN ^ KNOXVILLE, ILL. (Next Door to Roh'a Supa' V1tt>) OOOaOOO

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