Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 8, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 8, 1973
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HE A Honors Forty-Year Members Golesburg Registfer^Mqil, Golesburg; 111. Tuesday, Mqy 8, 1973 9 At the annual meeting of the Knot,County Home Extension w %ftrj r Monday At the TlieUnited Methodist flfrwomen with 40-year srthip were honored. Mrs. ftiale, county president, " ahlnda, preiided. th* 24 40*year members, l^^oMrii attended th6 alt Mating, Mrs, Clyd* Col- fetti, Mrs. Dale Doafc, Mrs. i'm Oibbs, Mrs. Ivan Cordon, iimm'. Arthur McKie of Copley Unit at Victoria; Mrs. Phil|,p Griffith, Mrs. Arnold Kemp, jind Mrs. E. 0. Mtirreeh of 6alesburg Unit 1; Mrs. Donald Fart and Mrs. Clate Swartzbaugh * 61 tlerrtion Unit; Mrs. Hairy. Olson of Ontario Unit; MrSj. Lawrence Olson, Mrs. Ce- cir Palmer, Mrs. Milo Stevens of Persifer Unit; Mrs. Earl Rogers of Salem Unit; Mrs. Ellis $$. Smith of St. Augustine; and Sustaining member Mrs. Loren jbempsey. Twenty.^four past county presi- idehts were recognized, Of which jMrs. Loren Dempsey of Gales- fnirgi Mrs. O. L. McElwain of GHsgh, Mrs. Marvin Higgins of JCr.oxville, and Mrs. DeWayne Holmes Were in attendance. (Fifteen advisers and assistant [advisers were acclaimed for theifj work over the years and the four attemiihg were Miss Donna Litchfield of Rio, Mrs. K&lly Main of Altona, Mrs. Everett "Taylor, present adviser, aid Mrs. E-. G. Tribbey, present assistant adviser. Installs Officers Mjr^ Holland Main installed the" ne ^v officers at the morning session after the adoption of a HE A Holds Annual Meeting Knox County Home Extension Association members who attended the annual meeting Monday at the Knoxville United Methodist Church were Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser, left; Mrs. Bene Windsor, Ontario Unit, treasurer; Mrs. Max Gale, Persifer Unit, president; Mrs. Guy Hinton, Unit 1, second vice president, and Mrs. Olga Tucker, Sparta Unit, public information officer. new constitution; Mrs. Guy Hin- tcn of Galesburg as second vice president; Mrs. Bene Windsor of R.R., Oneida, as treasurer; Mrs. Herbert Tucker as public information officer from Wataga, and directors, Mrs. Gene Brittingham, Mrs. Herb Squire, Mrs. John Griffith, Mrs. Ted Mellican, Mrs. Dean Shinn, Mrs. tAtt Carved the true ring of Mother's Day An ArlCarved diamond ring will show how very much you love her. Diamonds, for centuries' past and for centuries to come, symbolizing enduring love and romance. Your love will be reflected every day in the exquisite clarity, color and cut of an ArtCarved diamond ring. Make this Mother's Day something special, with a diamond from our complete ArtCarved collection. •LOVE TREE , MARQUISE STAR- : VALUE QUALITY SERVICE ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN GALESBURG Open Men. & Fri. 9 AM to 9 PM Robert D. Johnson, and Mrs. Russell Sutton. Mrs. Gale, county president, Mrs. Clifford Swanson, first vice president, and Mrs. Gary Main, secretary have been re-elected for 1973-74. The meeting was arranged by District II, and the First Niters from Lombard, Yearn to Learn from Sparta, and the Four K's participated in the day's activities. The program regarding the past 40 years of Home Bureau activity was presented by Mrs Vincent Holmes of rural Wataga, Mrs. DeWayne Holmes of rural Oneida, the Walnut Grove Unit, Mrs. Max Swanson and Mrs. Richard Holmes of rural AHona. The ten scenes depicted were the introduction of the pressure canner over the boiler method; Play Day; packing of boxes for Farm Bureau Day; sugarless cake of the depression and rationing era; extending patterns OF THE MONTH FM/AM PORTABLE Colorful compact case with wrist strap so it can swing along with you. 10 transistors, 6 diodes; 2%" speaker.' Includes earphone. BLACK BROTHERS APPLIANCE DEPT. Main & Seminary Downtown Galesburg for the fatty; craft day and leisure time; and the modern re Iaxed homemaker with her fon due dish or her easy diet of fruits and a blouse stitched overnight. There were 118 members attending the meeting. Mrs. Taylor received the table centerpiece in appreciation for her work. Mrs. Tribbey, Mrs. V Holmes and Mrs. D. Holmes were also thanked by Mrs. Gale Plan Band Concert For Thursday George Churchill Junior High (School Instrumental Department will present a band concert Thursday in the school auditorium at 7:30 p.m. under the direction of Daniel D. Fryer. Cadet Band will open the program with Czech-Slovakian folk song called "Harvest Dance," and continue with a French folk song "Ding, Dong! Merrily On High," "While Swinging Through the Park One Day" and ending their part | of the program with "American Glory March." While the changing of organizations Cadet to Pep Band is happening, Ted Tourlentes and Miss Julie McLaren will perform their contest solo's. Pep Band, *he select musicians of the Symphonic Band will perform four numbers including "Light My Fire," "Rockin Oha-Cha," "Little |Sports Car," and "Percussion ata" featuring our entire drum section. Robert Diehl, trombone soloist, will play his contest solo during the organization change Pep Band to Symphonic Band. Symphonic Band will complete the program with the fol lowing selections: "Storm King March," "Rhapsodic Essay," Tunes of Glory March," "The Syncopated Clock," "Symphony No. 5 in E Minor (Excerpts From the Finale," "Highlights from South Pacific," and "Char ter Oak March." The John Philip Sousa Award will be given to the most outstanding band member contributing to the school band program. This is the highest band award given each year to ninth grade student. The public is invited. No admission charged. SPECIAL WEDNESDAY ONLY STAGE 7 Knit Suits W«s '34" $ *> •% 77 NOW •> A 149 E. MAIN ST. Sizes 10-18 LAYAWAY CASH CHARGI - • BUDGET ,,,, i Will Be Guests of Honor Mr. and Mrs. John J. Pick, 279 N. Farnham St., who will observe their 30th wedding anniversary, will be guests of honor Sunday at an open house at the Sheraton Inn. Friends and relatives, are invited to attend between the hours of 2 and 4 p. m. Hosts for the event will be Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Bricker, their son-in-law and daughter, Miss Kay Pick, Miss Donna Pick and Jay Pick. They have two grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Pick were married May 10, 1943, at St. Boniface Catholic Church, Menominee, Neb., with Rev. Otto Zillig officiating. Mr. Pick is a retired policeman. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Program Presented By Miss Misa Showing slides of her homeland and family, Miss Anima Misa, AFS student from Ghana in West Africa, told of her country for the Women's Association meeting of th» First United Presbyterian Church, Friday afternoon at the church. Miss Misa felt the schools were much harder in her own country than here and the children in Ghana have less choice in the subjects they study, Miss Misa said older people in Ghana feel their country is getting away from the old ways and so public art centers have been built to preserve the tribal dances and some of the old customs. One of the slides shown was of a castle built by the Portuguese, where slaves had been held before being shipped to other countries. Many of the slaves were taken from the people of Ghana, Miss Misa said. Although she has enjoyed being in America, Miss Misa concluded, she will be glad to get back to her homeland and see her family again. Mrs. Wayne Billipgsley, program chairman, introduced Miss Misa. Mrs. William Turner, president,, conducted the meeting. It was announced by Mrs. Allen Beckman, World Service chairman, that the spring clothing drive would be May 21. Good used clothing can be brought to the church prior to this time Hostesses for the coffee preceding the program were mem bers of the Tuesday morning circle English Classes(Continued From Page 8) District Director, installed Mrs. Joe Cecil as the 1973-74 PTSA president and Mrs. Ron Hutchings as vice president. Mrs. Cecil presented Mrs. Kennedy with the past president's pin. Refreshments were served by the social chairman, Mrs. LaVerne Addis. Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Archie Eiker, Victoria, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary May 8. They were married in 1933 in Galesburg. The couple are the parents of two sons, James Eiker of Wyoming and Donald Eiker of Lexington. They have three grandchildren. A family celebration is planned. To STEIN'S For COSTUME JEWELRY Galesburg'* Most Complete Selection of Earrings —- Bracelets — Pins — Necklaces — Costume Rings Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I Make it Beef Next time you order beef in a restaurant, you'll know that you're in good company. Of ail food items available, beef is number one in restaurants according to a recent USDA study of the foodservice industry. In fact, about 23 per cent of all beef produced in the United States is sold through foodserv­ ice outlets, accounting for more than 21 per cent of their purchases. 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