Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 3, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, May 3, 1973
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I Golesburo foqister-Moil. Goltbu Thursdd Officers Installed i t MLuncheon ITIG Phi Mu Mothers Club m^ ; 1Hiesday dftcaitKKm at the Holiday Inn for the annual spring luncheon. Mrs. S. H. Hinohmsm, president, conducted a brief business meeting. N&fr officers for 1973-74 were installed. Serving as new prai- dOTt will be Mrs. George Verm, who was presented a presidents pin by Mrs. ttindiman. Mm < Paul Thrailkill will be Mrs* Edna and Mrs vice president; Kepa, treasura\ Hinohnian, secretary. The afternoon was spent playing cawis. Bridge prizes were, awarded Mrs. Roy Dredge arad;>Irs. Venn. Canasta prizes were presented Mrs. A. M. Lai- anid J. S. and eminar The Illinois Association of Educational Secretaries, hosted by Warren County Association of Educational Secretaries, will be Saturday and Sunday at the Sheraton Motor Inn. L. C. Robertson of Davenport, Iowa, and Miss Norma Paine Of Springfield will conduct workshops at the Sheraton, while Dr. William Brady will be among those conducting a Carl Sandburg College. Topic for Mr. Robertson's workshop will be "Audiovisual." He has been with Cinarco Audio-Visual Center for six years. Miss Paine, whose workshop title is "School Lunch Records and Regulations," is clerical operations coordinator with Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction in the School Food Service Section for two years. Previously she was personnel manager of John Bre- same Co., Springfield. * JI,,, , m „ , , Dr. Brady, a member-of the {The Singing Streaks of Gales- Bp^tesses were Mrs. Ward Mrs Bf$$f, Mrs. Ward Soper Mrs."Iva Cecil, who decorated "th&'it&bles with arrangements of flowers i» •„• i • Sihging Streaks Entertain ffime Culture Miss Norma Paine bittg'High School region of Roland Hegg, pre- s © n t e d the entertainment Wednesday afternoon ait the Hdm4 of Culture Club meetin in the home of Mrs. Wilfred Leigh of near Galesburg. Mrs. Rueben Olson, program chairman, introduced the group. Mrs. John Htawkin dent, conducted the Plans were announced i, presi- meeting. for the duct Education Dr. a workshop, Jargon/Modern English." Brady has been a member of the faculties at Hobart College, Brown University and the University of Chicago before coming to Knox College. Theme for the conference is "Happiness Is . . . KCHEA Meeting Will Be Monday The 40th Annual Meeting of KCHEA will be Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the Knoxville Methodist Church, 303 S. Broad. There will be a luncheon served at noon and the afternoon program will start at 1:15 p.m. Arrangements have all be completed by Mrs. Tom Connell, program chairman of the First Niters Unit. The Extension units planning the affair are First Niters, Sparta, K.K.K.K., Lombard and Yearn to Learn. Forty Year Charter Members will also be honored at this time; and new county officers will be installed. Pianist (Continued From Page 13) Eagles Auxiliary Will Serve Elects Officers As President Dr. William E. Brady black composer George Walker. •Mrs. Kountz has selected "Variations on a Ground Bass," composed in 1956 by Walker, who currently teaches ait Rutgers University in New Brunswick, N.J. On Tuesday, Mrs. Kountz will work with students and faculty during the piano (repertoire class at Sandburg. Taking part will be Carl Sandburg piano instructor Mrs. Ronald Kogen, Mrs. Yaw, David Cook, a Sandburg student, aind Miss Kay Fineran, a student at Galesburg High School. Area piano teachers and students are invited to attend Mrs. Leftoy Cruys was elected president of the Eagles Auxiliary at its meeting Tuesday evening at the clubroom. . Also serving in 1973-74 will be Mrs. Jack Dawson, vice president; Mrs. Al Cailopy, junior past president; Mrs. Phyllis Sterr, conductor; Mrs. Alvin |Hanson, inside guard; Mrs. Joe Cononrs, outside guard; Mrs. Thomas Sepich, chaplain, and Mrs. Mary Scott, trustee for three years. Mrs. Cailopy presided at the meeting. Reports were heard from Mrs. Sepich, Mrs. Cecil Walker, Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Melvin Matson. The auxiliary donated $10 to the City of Hope in California; Mrs. Dawson sent in 97 names to the State Heart Fund Club, who had donated $1.00 or more. Pro tern officers were Mrs. C. E. Miller, conductor and Mrs. Connors, outside guard. A social hour followed. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Hsnson and Mrs. Connors. Salon Initiate a workshop spree Conference co-chairmen are Mrs. W. C. Allen and Mrs. Mary Monmouth. Mrs Jack Miller of Monmouth next meeting May 16 which will be a "Fun Day" held outdoors, weatherpermitting. Mrs. Frank!workshop chairman Su Lor wiil be hostess. Co-hostess was Mrs. Nick was Sands. Mrs. Harold Wea\ accorded serving honors tea table. was 1* ie it you are overweigm, save money and help yourself lose weight: eat less of everything especially the fattening foods. ^VICKIE NEWBURGH (Formerly of ChantUly Blue) Has Joined Staff 7 Prise Beauty Shop 156 N. BROAD ST. APPOINTMENTS NOT NECESSARY WALK-INS WELCOME Phone 343-5522 L. C. Robertson ROUND TABLE CLUB The Round Table Club meets Monday at 9:30 a.m. for a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Everett Bruington near Galesburg. Assisting hostess is Mrs. Fred Swedlund. The program is "My Memories of 72 Farm Progress Stow" by Mrs. Henry Inness. Tuesday's class, which will be from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Room 33 at the Sandburg campus. notiher feature of the two- week May Arts Festival is an exhibit from May 7 to May 20 burg students' drawings, ;s and prints in Room 15 campus. Mrs. Harland Goudie, an art instructor at the liege, will coordinate the art activities during the festival, including shident exhibitions of reen printing and wood prints, as well as a sale of creative art and craft work. Original student poetry will s read and live music, some original, will be presented daily from noon to 1 p.m. in Room 33 throughout the festival In addition to individual student performances, Sandburg choral instructor Paul Westlund will oenduct performances of the Brass Ensemble, Recorder Ensemble and Chamber Singers. Music to be presented will run the gamut from improvisatory jazz to guitars to opera and sacred music. Both the musical performances and the art exhibits are >pen to the public. New Partners Partners were initiated into Knox County Salon 215 Eight and Forty Wednesday evening at its meeting in the American Legion Home. Mrs. Max Jones, chapeau, presided. Mrs. William Stivers, la sur- indendante, escorted Mrs. Kenneth Breuer, Mrs. Dean Soper and Mrs. Burt Hand to the altar to receive their obligations, making them chapeau Americans into the Salon of La Boutique, a subsidiary organization of the American Legion Auxiliary. Mrs. Jones was assisted in the candlelight ceremony by Mrs. Kermit Brown and Mrs. Robert Johnson, la secretaire and l'au- monier, respectively; Mrs. Golda Asplund, Mrs. Donald Standard, Mrs. Bert Empson, Mrs. Mark Dredge, Mrs. Mildred Bost and Mrs. Earl Carter. During the business meeting, memorial services were held for Mrs. William Day and Mrs. Carrie Armstrong. Candlelight services were conducted by Mrs: Earl Carter, memorial service chairman, and Mrs. Johnson. Refreshments were served during the social hour from tables decorated in spring flora theme. The social pommittee included Mrs. Gordon Mullooly, Mrs. Rodney Christiansen and Mrs. John Plumer. Of Dr. Jam** Selteit hit toefi elected president of th« Knox County Council for Mentally Jte tarda! at its meeting Tuesday evening at Sunnyside School Members of the nominating committee, Mrs. Margaret Turk Mrs. Mary Mitchell and Johr Erickabn, chairman, presentee the slate of officers to the council and the following were also approved* George Froeltch, first vice president; Mr. Erickson, second vice president; Bill Baker, treasurer; Mrs, Theresa Meyers, recording secretary; Mrs. Ann Norris, corresponding secretary; Gene Weisman and Jim Nixon, one year directors; Fred Cline, and Holland Friestad, two year directors; and Leo Hennenfent and Carl Mitchell, three year directors. Dr. Sellett presided at the meeting and gave a report of his attendance at the United Way meeting, of which KCCMR is one of the recipients. Mrs. Sandy Sim on son, member of the Youth Association for Retarded Children, reported on the State Association meeting she attended. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson were introduced members. Refreshments were served by the hostesses, Mrs. Maxine Rommel Miss Angie Rommel and Mrs. Carol Wilbur from a table centered with a Maypole carousel. H. Halladay, secretary, and Miss Eila Hiler, treasurer. Serving honors were decord- de Mrs. Knosher and Mrs. Curtis Wynn. Chinese History Discussetj, At Fortnightly Club Meeting Mrs. C. L* Gummere discussed China at the meeting of the Galesburg Fortnightly Club Monday at the home of the Misses Lilly and Amy Liftdahl, 1995 N. Broad St. Mrs. Gummere said that China holds the key to the future of the world. In speaking of the China-Russia relations, she men* tioned how Mao Tse-tung spent some time with Stalin and signed a treaty of friendship which established a red monolith from the Bering Strait to Elbe. She also discussed rebelling students of the University of Tsinghua, called the Red Guard, who spread their revolutionary ideas throughout the country. The cultural revolution served to unify the people by paying no attention to class lines, Mrs. Gummere concluded. New officers for the coming year will be Mrs. Harlan Knosher, president; Mrs. Donald White, vice president; Mrs. H. Visit Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Dain J. Domich of Sacramento, Calif., spent the past weekend with her parents, W and Mrs. Frank B. Walker of 400 N. Seminary St. The couple was on a return trip from Washington, D.C, Where Domich was honored by the Jaycees. If the problem is prickly heat, wash affected area with a solution of baking soda and water. as new NEWCOMERS CLUB The Newcomers Club Spring Dance will be Saturday at the Eagles Club. Music will be provided by "The Shamons." The social hour will be from 8 to 9 p.m., with dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Dress is semiformal. Refreshments will be provided and prizes awarded. For reservations, members are asked to call Mrs. Eton Levin^ 835 N. Kellogg or Mrs. Gary Sommers, 997 Lawndale Dr. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! ft* 3 * 4. I I. 4 + * * • r * + 4 * * m I*/ 4 * t 4 mA Chorus Gives Program For Senior Citizens The Sixth Grade Chorus of Gale Middle School, consisting of 50 boys and girls, performed at the Senior Citizens meeting Monday evening at the YMCA. Curtis McCarty is director. Those celebrating April birthdays were honored with a large birthday cake. Flowers centered the tables. 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