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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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]:M iSatesbura Reaisfer«MalL Gaifsbura, lfl> Wed,, July 24,1963 ***<$bout jpeopie and JPtc need •. • Cheer for . . . l; n With vacation jobs being „ph the scarce side when School was out and col- "legians returned home \ early this summer, two ;:,Galesburg girls decided not to wait for opportunity to come •""'knocking. They took the initiative //and started an enterprise of their Own. Having been expert cheer lead f ers themselves and knowing the ' qualifications looked for, Ginger ; Mills and Missy Burch began « giving instruction in cheer lead' ing and, at this point, have be ", tween 55 and 60 pupils. ; Classes are scheduled for Men's day, Wednesday and Friday with I rain dates being the following ; days, Tuesday, Thursday and [ Saturday. » Instructions in the 10-week ' course are given in leading ! cheers, motion, new cheers and ; gymnastics. With the interest in leading cheers beginning at an earlier age as sports are introduced in elementary school programs, cheer leaders compete at grade school, junior high school, high school and college levels, girls point out. They arc planning a concluding program for their combined classes when parents and friends will be invited to review the summer's work. Miss Mills is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Culver Mills, 1531 N. Broad St., and Miss Burch's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. J Burch, 2010 N. Broad St. W. A limp handshake does little to stimulate a strong, favorable reaction from those you meet. FUTURE BRIDES Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too THE GIFT SHOP 149 EAST MAIN 342-141'} WEBERS niqucS WHAT! NO BIRDIE? John Robert and James Russell, 314-year- old twin sons of Mr. and Mis. Robert Folger of Bakersficld, Calif., couldn't find any birds at the bird bath and even failed to see the bird the photographer promised. The youngsters and their parents are visiting their paternal grandmother, Mrs. James Lowe, 1120 Grand Ave. Their father, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Fresno State College, is a teacher at Castro Lane School in Bakersficld. Skill in the use of else* tronic equipment is acquired by both women and men teachers during practice sessions at the National Defense Education Act Language Institute now in session on the Knox College campus. Four Illinois teachers shown at the right in a training session utilizing electronic equipment are (front to back) Miss Nancy Par* man, Chicago, John Gallagher, Wheaton, Leo W. Kueper, Dubuque, Iowa and Mrs. Winifred Jones, Salem. A total of 40 teachers are participating in the institute program. Through the use of electronic equipment, the modern foreign language teacher attains oral proficiency and becomes adept at new teaching techniques, including the use of recording machines. The seven-week institute at Knox, soon to conclude, is providing secondary school teachers with special training in laboratory techniques, language, culture and methodology. One of the purposes of this training for teachers is to promote the audio- lingual approach to language learning in the classroom. Adds Books- (Continued from page 11) questing individual and makes a book of compelling interest for all young readers. IIERO OF TRAFALGAR, by A B. C. Whipple. The story of Lord Nelson. A lively biography of the Admiral whose brilliance and courage saved England from invasion by Napoleon's army. BROTHER AGAINST BROTH ER, by Phyllis R. Fenner. Stories of the War between the States. STONEWALL JACKSON, by Jonathan Daniels. PRESIDENT OF THE CON FEDERACY: JEFFERSON DAV IS, by Margaret Green. THE FIRST BOOK OF AMER. ICAN HISTORY, by Henry Steele Commager. THE SHOT HEARD ROUND THE WORLD, by Jeannette Covert Nolan. The story of Lexington For the Snug If your waistline is less than slim, take advantage of the smart overblouse two - piece dresses. They are great for disguising a thick waist. Select Date Of Wedding Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Cheryl Miller, 1159 Arcadia Drive and Frederick Durbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Durbiri, 203 Arnold St. The couple will be married at 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening, Aug. 3, at Bethel Baptist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and to the recep tion to follow from 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening in the home of the future Mrs. Durbin's mother, Mrs. Marjorie Miller, 1159 Arcadia Drive. Tie in Place To keep slipcovers from riding up, sew strips of tape onto inside seams (wrong side) next to the furniture legs. Have the strips long enough so they cross around the leg and tie in a secure bow. There should be about two cups of chopped beef in a pound. If you are using the meat for hamburgers, you can use a fraction- cup measure for uniform portions ^w/^ fortunate *2)a 'ALE SAVINGS UP TO 50% (elusive ^^^cAu^CcA (addons on ex from our ladies shop Suits 34.00 to 80.00 Values to 100.00 Sport Coats___ 10.00 to 76.00 Values to 95.00 Top and Car Coats 20°o to 50°o Off Pants, 50 pair V2 Price Rain and All Weather Coats 10.00 to $32.00, Val .to 52.75 Sport Shirts 20% Off from our mens shop Dresses 10.95 to 30.00 Values to 45.00 Coordinates __11.95 to 53.00 Values to 89.50 Skirts 7.00 to 9.00 Values to 14.95 All Purpose Coats 20.00 Values to 29.95 Car Coats 10.00 to 12.50 Values to 25.00 The Shop Acco)/> modal in (j Hemline- (Continued from page 11) long skirts will not be adopted by stores is not consideration of women, but the fact that Heim is "not a pacesetter." "Balenciaga, Givenchy, Dior and, to some extent, Yves St. Laurent set the style" he explained. In other words, women's legs are not out of the woods until the Givenchy-Balenciaga-D i o r votes are in within the week. • But if Heim's long skirts are thumbed down, the "covered leg" and tweedy look appeared here to stay, possibly because Balenciaga introduced it with knee-h i g h suede boots last winter. Heim, Jacques Esterel and Lou is Feraud all showed knee-high leg coverings Monday. Heim's were in ocelot, zebra and other furs or fake furs, and flat heeled. He showed them with mid-calf narrow tweed skirts topped with waist-length loose jackets. His full-skirted and belted tweed coats with 'fur-edged hoods were accompanied by ankle-high bootlets in matching tweeds. Feraud's eye-opener was a red and blue tweed coat with a collar and half-lining of fuzzy Mongolian goat fur dyed red. The mannequin wore shiny red knee- high boots. Twirlers Compete at Peoria Fair Terry Lee Scott won first place in the advanced 8 year old division at the National Baton Twirling Association contest at the Heart of Illinois Fair at Peoria Saturday. Later she took part in the twirl off for the queen trophy which was won by the current junior national champion. Other first place winners were Robin Lindeen in intermediate 0-6 and Judy Unzicker in intermediate 16-21. Third place awards won by Debbie Lindeen in advanced 8; Terry Scott in advanced strut 7-12; Judy McCormick in beginners 7-9 and Rita Mathers in beginners 10-12. Fourth place awards went to Marsha Berry in advanced 8 and Judy Shay in military strut 13-15. Jackie McCormick placed fifth in advanced 11. Also twirling in the beginners division was Cheryl McCants. Instructor is Mrs. Thomas G. Worden. Sharon Lee Schisler won first place in beginners 7-9. There were eleven girls in this division. She is a student of Judy McVey. Nancy Anderson won sixth place in beginners 10-12. She is a student of Judy Shay. Vugust Events Listed For Ovic Nu-Comer When board members of Civic Nu-Comer met Monday evening at Leaths Furniture Store announcement was made that Mrs. Ray Anderson will be the speaker at the Aug. 6 coffee. It was also noted that a fashion ICE CREAM SOCIAL Than.. July 25 — 4 to 9 p.m. 1583 WILLARD ST. Ice cii&m. pit ox cake 30c. B.Q. chlcknn and noodlei. baked beans. *«lads. coifee. ice tea, ro ilk and orange drink will be told at extra co«t. Rain Date July 26. Stiver Streak Lodge. Aux. lo Brotherhood Railway Carmen oi America. Learn to Use Electronic Equipment. show given by Burgland's Youth Fashions will be presented at the luncheon, Aug. 20 at Holiday Inn. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! If you cover eggs to be shirred (baked) with-a tablespoon of he«ivy cream and use a slow (325 degrees) oven, your eggs will have a soft rather than a tough top. Knox Trustee Among Speakers At Convention Delegates and fllternatci to the National Convention of Business and Frdfeisidttal Wamefi'i CJujb, Inc., last Week In JDaltal,fcX., returned to their homes over the weekend. Attending the Sessions in the arena of Dallas Memorial Audi* torium were Mrs, Viola Lersch, and Miss Samantha Young, delegates, and alternates Miss Ruth Suydam and Mrs. Pearl .Young and Miss Mary Livingstone. On the program were prominent speakers—Miss Helen G. Irwin, president of international Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs; Miss Margaret Hickey, editor of the public affairs department, Ladies Home Journal; Dr. Maria Del Carmen Waeber, legal adviser and manager of Upjohn Anodla Laboratories, Buenos Aires, Argentina and Dr. Robert L. Sutherland, director of Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, University of Texas, a Knox College graduate with the class of 1925 and a member of the Knox College board of trustees. The 1964 national convention will be in Detroit, Mich. ORC Auxiliary ^ Has Luncheon Mrs. Mabel Posey, 1126 Parkview Drive, was hostess to members of the auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen and their husbands at 12:30 o'clock luncheon on Tuesday. The lighted birthday cake cen- Future Bride... THE ENGAGEMENT and approaching marriage of Miss Biliie Alllnc TrcnnVny (0 William Earl McKce of near Ellis* villc, Is announced by her mother, Mrs. Georgia Treadway, 862 S. Seminary St. Mr. McKce is the son of Mrs. May Ilanlln of Albuquerque, N.M. The wedding will take place Saturday, Sept. 28 in McColIum Methodist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony. tcring the table noted the anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. R, T. O'DonnclI. Games of cards were the diversion of the afternoon and prizes were presented to Mrs. M. E. Lawler, Adolph Erickson, and Mrs. Lucy Hammer. for one-stop family shopping and saving! V A> - ^ * oar 3 Days! Teens'and Worn en's SNEAKERS in FALL FABRICS 44 Reg. 7.99/ Save 55c Prl Black, white, grey, and plaids. 4-eyeIec style; white rubber soles. Sizes 5 to 9 • Save! I ^Hiii^ii ,•3 Day Salel Sanforized! BOYS'DENIM DUNGAREES Compare at 7.49.' Sturdy 9-oz. blue denim, San­ forized for true fit after wash, ing. Zipper. Sizes 6-12. : I I 1 s • ^ Reg. 3 pr. *1 Ribbed WHITE CREW SOCKS Mercerized cotton with nylon. 6^-11.^ * 3.76' Reg. «J 3 Days Only! BOYS' POLO SHIRTS Combed cotton # # , knit in basqueMMC stripes. 6-14. wll 3 DAYS ONLY! PRE-SCHOOL LAYAWAY DRESS SALEI Reg. 2.99! Sizes* 4-6x Reg. '3.97! Sizes 1 7-14 Ttiurs, Fri. Sat. 7/x /rs* Frh Sat. Sizes 4-6X. Jumper-loo"^ Oliver styles, shirtwaists-Wo* ven plaids, solid colors. 2.17 Sizes 7-14. Pine cotton jumper sets, jacket dresses Save this week end! 2.8S y. Reg:20Cea! BVBREADY "D'CELl BATTERIES .3 days! U.S. made. Flashlight size. 2^21' \ 3 Days Only! Qvalilyl KITCHEN TOOLS Ladle, fork, masher, turner, spoon, 31* #0? 3.88- 11' ibJCyg^-* 11 C>ne-fime Special! Women's 3-DAY BLOUSE RIOT! Reg. *1 Values! Save 36c/ Viae cotton broadcloths: sol* id colors, prints, plaids. Roll- Si V P aa< l shore sleeves. 32-38* 3 Days! Da-If-Youmff SEAT & BACK REPLACEMENT KITS-Save 4.881 Reg, 3A7ea! 2,57 H. Easy to install. Each kic hit seat, "back and hardware. Vinyl, in white op colors. FOAM BATH MAT WITH MATCHING BATH SPONGi Easily hand washed, ngn-«kid, air dries. 4 colors. Reg. $1.29 "Panl*hCr«wn" Conned locon SAIADA BULK COOKIE SALE 13 flavors, Sandwich and Plain Cookie*. R«8. 29c ft 39« ptr lb. SHOP WITHOUT CASH - "CHARGC IT" AT KRESGE'S

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