Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 4, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, May 4, 1973
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Play Opens Tonight The Prairie Players production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" opens this evening at the Prairie Players Civic Theatre, 656 W. Losey St. Curtain time is 8 p. m. for all six performances, May 4, 5, 6 and 11, 12 and 13. Co- directors are Miss Angela Rightnowar and Miss Judi Wright. Among those in the cast are Dan Interlandi, who plays the part of Peter Van Daan; and Mrs. Sue Holland as Anne Frank. Society Hears Home Economist Discuss Cooking When Corpus Christi Altar and Rosary Society met Wednesday at the church, Mrs. Carolyn Moffitt, home economist of Illinois Power Co. showed a film on Pennsylvania Dutch cooking, <and distributed autfientic recipes. Plans were discussed for a breakfast and bake sate to be held May, 1* from 7:30 a.m. to 12 noon at flie home of Mrs. Paul Dougherty, 946 E. South St. • • • v Refreshments were served by Mrs. Gene Bradford, chairman of social; committee, Mrs. Ger- Irude Bent,* Mrs. Doug Polite; and Mw. John Kubis. Student Will Give Knox Recital A senior recital by Donald Achelpohl, a Knox College music major from Hamilton, is scheduled for Sunday at 3 p.m. in Kresge Recital Hall of the Knox Center for the Fine Arts. Achelpohl,' a pianist, will play "Sonata in A-flat," op. 26, by Beethoven, and "Suite Berga- masque," by Debussy. "three Pieces for Flute, Clarinet and Bassoon," by Piston, will be performed by clarinetist Lawrence Frakes, senior, Park Ridge; bassoonist Jeffrey Stutler, a senior, Knoxville, and Miss Paula Behrens, flutist, Galesburg. • LIT'S 00 * On m. Mar »». Enjoy Railspllt- tlng Day at Rockome Gardens. Visit tha Amish Market at Arthur, IU. Tour the Aml»h Settlement with an Arthur Host on the bus. Reservations due Sat., May 19. Phone 343-48M or 342•715. Continental Trailwiy Bus. Social Announcements-. GAMMA LAMBDA Members of Gamma Lambda Chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. for a buffet supper at the home of Mrs. Sam Swanson, 211 Seminole Dr. Founders Day will be observed. FARNHAM PTA The Farnham Parent-Teacher Association will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the school, for the last meeting of the school year. The speaker will be Barney Parker, and a musical program will be provided by Roland Hegg. Refreshments will be served and a nursery will be (provided. ORGANISTS GUILD The Galesburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists will meet Tuesday at the Trinity Lutheran Church at 7:30 p.m. There will be a program, "The Church Wedding as a Service of Worship." Any prospective brides and bridegrooms are invited to attend. TEAMSTER'S - AUXILIARY Members of the Teamster's Auxiliary and their families will meet for the annual spring potluck dinner Saturday at 5:30 p.m. at the Midwest Credit Union Building. Each family is asked to bring one hot and one cold dish, and own table service. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Saul will present the program. TUSCARORA CLUB Mrs. G. H. Tucker, 1072 Jefferson St., will entertain the Tuscarora Club Monday at 1:30 p.m. Co-hostess is Mrs. J. A. Roman. Mrs. Loren E. Johnston will be the speaker. /WHITE SWANTN ' UNIFORMS 1 BUY YOUR UNIFORMS WHERE YOU CAN TRY THEM ON Look COOL, CRISP and SMART this summer. Of dacron & cotton bengal- ine these uniforms will keep you fresh. In regulars and petites 8 to 16. 13 LINDA McCRERY'S UNIFORMS and MATERNITIES 65 S. SEMINARY PHONE 342-8619 00 COSMO PALS The Cosmo Pals Spring Buffet will be Monday at 6:30 p.m. at the Midwest Credit Union. Mrs. Glenn Farmer, service chairman, has asked that members bring food staples for an elderly couple. Installation of officers for 1973-74 will be held Reservations may be made with Mrs. Paul Lacky, chairman NEWCOMERS The Newcomers Spring Dance scheduled for Saturday eve ning at the Eagles Club has been cancelled because the band members have been called into Reserve Emergency Flood duty in the South. No other activity has been scheduled for Saturday. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon members are meeting this evening at 5:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jay Vfenier, 745 Franklin Ave. to bring sale items and to make final arrangements for the "Jewels and Junk" Sale on Saturday at Mrs. Vanier's home. the As- LDAA Will Meet in Chicago The annual meeting of Illinois Dental Assistants sedation will be held at the Marriott Motor Hotel in Chicago, May 7, 8, and 9 in conjunction with the Illinois State Dental Society. The Chicago Dental Assistants will be hostesses for the three- day meeting. Mrs. M. G. Sandburg, Speaker BPW Presents Two Scholarships I Scholarship recipients were honored by the Galesburg Business and Professional Women's Club members meeting Thursday evening at Holiday Inn. Members of the Personal Development Committee were in charge of the meeting, with Miss June Roberts, chairmen. Miss Susan Hendricks and Miss Debbie Hillman, recipients of the scholarships, were intro-' duced by Miss Marion Venell. Miss Hendricks, who will attend the Moline Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, is a member [of the German Club, Pep Club, Girls Service League representative, Usherettes and the Chorus at Galesburg High School. Miss Hillman, who will attend the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Peoria, is president of Student Action for Education, GSL representative, a member of the Pep Club, Galesburg Cadets and the National Honor Society at the high school Mrs. Ray Hendricks and Mrs. Herbert Hillman, mothers of the, young women, were guests of the club. Gives Program Miss Virginia Gustafson, cochairman, introduced Mrs, Martin Sandburg who talked about the art of Decoupage, which was born in the 17th century in Italy, and spread to France from which the name comes. Mrs. Sandburg stated that this is a hobby which requires no special skills. She had many finished decoupaged products with her, which included purses, plaques, planters, rocks, etc. She told how each article was done and answered many questions on this hobby. Mrs. Duane Peart, Galva, a member of the Kewanee B&PW Club, State Personal Development chairman, inducted seven new members into the club. She gave a brief resume of B&PW. Formed in 1919 — it is the largest women's business organization in the U.S., 178,000 members in 3,800 clubs in 53 state federations, the U.S.A., one of the 28 countries. She explained the symbols of the club emblem and their objectives. New members installed were 1 Mrs. Milton Davidson, Mrs Ruby Frey, Mrs. Virginia Mackowak, Mrs. M. D. Newcomer, Mrs. C. E. Hamsch, Miss Donna Sharp and Mrs. Helen Lindberg. Mrs. Paul Lacky, president, who presided at the business meeting, reported on the state convention held in Peoria in April. Mrs. John Stewart and Miss Anne Weinman, who attended, also gave reports. The local club received awards for equalizing its membership from both state and national headquarters. Miss Roberts, chairman, introduced Miss Gustafson, cochairman, Mrs. Sylvia Hamman, Mrs. Jessie Nesbit, Mrs. Carl Ahline, Mrs. Miles Ames, Miss Frances Grady, Miss Venell, Miss Mabelle Moore, Miss Frances Kloss, Miss Mildred Sandstrom, Mrs. Eselwyn Kennedy, Mrs. Blanche Eiker, Miss Florence Sandstrom and Mrs. F. V. McCoy, the committee for the evening. iGolesburg Register-Moil, Gqlesburg, Friday, May 4, 1973 7 «J4odA for ejCuncL Woman's World Today... Sweet Adelines Will Participate in Competition Chorus competition will begin and conclude The Galesburg Chapter Sweet Adelines along with other chapters from Region 3 will be "harmonizing 'neath the arch" today and Saturday when the annual Chorus and Quartet competition is held at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel in St. Louis, Mo. Hostesses for the event will be the South St. Louis Chapter with the theme to be centered Select Wedding Date Miss Carole Ann Uebelhor and Robert E. Canada, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected May 12 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 1 p.m. at the University Presbyterian Church, West Lafayette, Ind. Miss Uebelhor is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uebel­ hor of Noblesville, Ind., and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Canada, 370 Hawkinson Ave. around, "Happiness is Harmonizing 'neath the arch." Sweet Adelines and guests will be attending from Illinois, Iowa, Indiana and Missouri. Four members of the chorus, Mrs. Ray Thompson, left, Mrs. Carroll. Markivee, Mrs. law- rence Tarleton and Mrs. Barry Swanson, will be among those attending the event. The chorus will appear in bright orange satin dresses with feather trim. Twenty-one quartets will be competing for the high honor of first place. The first and second place medalists will be eligible to enter International Com petition in Washington, D.C. in October of this year. JP &Q C^liapterd di onuene Chapter W K. G. Klinck, Director of Student Service for Carl Sandburg Junior College, presented the program for Chapter W of PEO meeting in the home of Mrs. J. A. Maddrell of near Galesburg on Thursday. Emphasizing that "classes are determined by the need of the community," Mr. Klinck traced the progress of the col lege from its first year's enrollment of 615 students in 1967 to the current spring quarter enrollment of 1,600 students. The speaker cited the fact that students range in age from 15 to 76 years of age. The college, he noted, realizes the need for retraining older students whose skills may need upgrading to meet today's changing demands. Success of the graduates is one of the major factors in getting surrounding area school districts to join the junior college district. Currently, there are eight new districts considering joining the Carl Sandburg district. Approximately 25 per cent of the students are now residents from outside of the district. Mr. Klinck continued by acknowledging the cooperation the college has had from local persons, firms and Knox and Monmouth colleges. The two private colleges have now opened dormitory facilities to aid the junior college in housing students that live some distance from the Sandburg campus. In conclusion, and by using (Contoinued on page 8) Chapter HO Mrs. M. G. Sandburg Jr., discussed "The Art of Decoupage" at the meeting of Chapter HO, PEO, Thursday in the home of Mrs. A. C. Walton, 1575 N. Broad St. Mrs. Sandburg displayed some of her purses and plaques she had decoupaged with poems and flowers. "Decoupage," explained Mrs. Sandburg, is a 17th Century art and the French translation of decoupage means "to cut." And wood, metal or glass object can be decoupag­ ed, and when it is finished, will have the look of old ivory, she concluded. Mrs. Willard Heaton conducted the business meeting. A guest was Mrs. Sadie Walters from the PEO Home in Knoxville. Dessert was served from a (Contoinued on page 8) Chapter AN "Taking Time for Hobbies" was the program presented to Chapter AN of PEO on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Phil Lass, Lake Rice. The presentation was organized and introduced by Mrs. David Cox. Mrs. Ward Mariner, Mrs. Carl H. Chatters, Miss Myrle M. Bates, and Mrs. J. H. Annegers were members of the chapiter who spoke about their hobbies and displayed articles of intricate design and beautiful artwork. The various handier-alls included needlepoint, crewel work, braided rugs, wall hangings, crocheted items, and novelty gift ideas. The luncheon table was decorated with a spring centerpiece of yellow mums and daisies. Mrs. Harold Moore and Mrs. Robert D. Peck served. Committee members assisting the hostess were Mrs. Kent Kleinkauf, Mrs. Sam Coffman, Mrs. David S. Gunderson and Mrs. Ed dwell. THERESA'S BEAUTY SHOP SHAMPOO and $2.50 672 N. ACADEMY ST. Appointments Only 343-8304 Wedding Will Be May 11 and en- Miss Becky Wendlandt Bill Lagerstrom, whose gagement was announced in the fall of 1971, have selected Friday, May 11, as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at the Faith United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the Hotel Custer. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Dolores Wendlandt, 1591 Oriole Dr., and Carl Wendlandt of Knoxville. Her fiance is the son of Mrs. Sally Lagerstrom, 798 Pine St., and Paul Lagerstrom of Quincy. Club Convenes Army Mothers Club met Tues day at the home of Mrs. George Loible near Cambridge for a pothick luncheon. Mrs. Stella Hough, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Hough auctioned off two cakes and set of steak knifes as part of ways and means project. Mrs. Loible was in charge of games. Mrs. Hough won the afternoon's prize. To eliminate messy clean-up jobs line oven broiler pan with aluminum foil. Saturday at 2 p.m that evening following the appearance of the 28th contestant. The Galesburg Chapter, under the direction of Mrs. James Macdonald will sing "Red Hot Henrietta Brown" and "The Lonesomest Girl In Town" at approximately 9:30 p.m. The chorus receiving first place will be competing in the first International Chorus Competition in Washington, D.C. in October of this year. The choruses and quartets will be judged in the categories of sound, music, expression and showmanship. Last year Galesburg Chapter placed seventh in Region 3 Competition. uncneon As Hand Touches Hand" was the theme for the annual May Fellowship luncheon for Church Women United on Thursday at the First Christian Church. Mrs. Clifford Pearson, who introduced the program, noted that since the first May Fellowship Day observance in 1933, 3t has been traditional for church women across the world to use the first Friday in May to emphasize Christian work In one's own community. Mrs. Charles Farrar described the helping hand program in Galesburg, crossing guard add library volunteers and listening mothers. Mrs. E. E. Alstedt, a voluh- eer, who has foster children in ner home described her experience with the children. The Food Lift program at Galesburg Cottage Hospital was outlined for the group by Mrs. Robert Reed. Included in her comments were comments on other volunteer services, for example, shopping. In conclusion Mrs. J. W. Stevens, volunteer coordinator or the Child and Family Services, listed the many ways one could assist with foster care children, such as tutoring, giving art lessons, or companionship. Mrs. Pearson outlined the three projects selected by the Church Women United, for the Galesburg community. Mrs. Edith Close is chairman of the Community Service Committee. Members are being asked to assist with the Children's Room Association at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital; to help with the program at COPE, and to sew for World Community Day. The second project is "Operation Hello," a telephone service designed to keep in touch with shut-ins, and the third project, bringing books to those unable to obtain them. Mrs. R. G. Olmstead, president, conducted the meeting, attended by more than 249. It was announced Blanket Sunday would be May 21, at the First Lutheran Church from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Musical selections were presented by Mrs. Raymond Youngren, accompanied by Mrs. E. A. Oxley, pianist. Devotions were by Mrs. Gene Johnson. Arrangements for the luncheon were by Mrs. E. C. Goehrig, chairman, Mrs. John Wilkins, Mrs. Raymond Youngren, Mrs. Hayden III and Mrs. Gene Johnson. Boiling a cut up lemon and water together in glass cookware will remove the crusted lime deposit. MALES' formol wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/341-5? U After Six. Lord W»st, Palm B«»cb Register for Fret Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Wtst M»in St.. Galasburg Who Has The Most FORMALS LESLIE'S LESLIE'S Larry Rudman says: "Gold and Diamond prices have become exhorbitant - but not at MY store. 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