Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 6, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 6, 1963
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A Living Legend** (Continued from page *) try," says an acquaintance who was present when Adm. Harley Smoot, then commander of U. S. forces ofl Formosa, gave Mme. Chiang weekly instructions. "She made things of rosewood. She was a terrific pupil." The most famous of the three daughters of Methodist missionary-revolutionary Charles Jones Soong remains deeply devout. Mme. Chiang and her husband have their own chapel on the grounds of their house in Tai- ptl. On hot summer days, they retreat to a Japanese-style house Among the Embassy Row homes that look down on the rice paddy terraces of Yangmingshan, a half- hour's drive from the capital. She never speaks of her middle sister, Chingling, widow of China's revered revolutionary leader Dr. Sun Yat-sen. Chingling, a member of the Communist Party, lives in Peiping. Hie eldest sister, Mme. H. H. Kung, lives near New York City on Long Island and brother, bank financier T. V. Soong, lives in Berkeley, Calif. Her younger brother, T. A. Soong is chairman of the board of tfie Bank of Canton in San Francisco, flnt In Parliament Reflecting over the years, Mme. Chiang says: "I think f have done something for the women of China. I was the first woman in parliament. 1 served two terms before t de< cided not to run again. I saw to it that one-tenth of the parliament were women. "With the Anti-aggression League, we are trying to raise the standard of living, help dependents of the troops. Our worn* en are taking a very active part "Women should be more active. They don't have the same motives as men. They are not anxious to establish reputations or themselves in political careers. They just do what needs to be done." Galasburg Reaister'Mflil, Golesburg, 111, Tuesdoy, Aug, 6, 1963 ,f ST. MARGARET 'S GUILD St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Episcopal Church will meet for a coffee Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. James Van Gieson, 8058 Lincoln Park Drive. —o »»•»— •* »&b *4$f/ km Bea BOO N. Mich. fonas &>$s .%>>7 S. Cfas& ^••e eaaae aaee xv £'^ : J :j *5 JitfttS Booth {$> F.. OfartfS hm Cai 50 W. P *«h»«* • •••*«• ••«*• fc/^"Jv : ij/ »••• •••• ••••••••• f Jonss Duu* ??S WastiM JOMI Emttt H. 17 Him. • t ••• ••••••• • *<v, ••>«.*:*:.. t^l • •••••• 5i>C"v*f MS-M7I Jwm Emnt H. Jr. 17 Ah Jones fimGf \ rtftf •••• • wvi ./» ^ : :^'>? Jotm Gr \. At Rivir....,,«,»,•,,<...(li*N7l h/ >TSui ««t 2JS-8K8 • •••• #••« .v--^ • •••••• • •••••* «-.;v -Vvv.' /i Mn. 17 Riw (•••*»#»«e««a«»«««««*HS"SC7S • •••• /its Henry $5 Y&sl h<&. • •«•• *•••••••«•• • ••• *•»••' 6^ ~S ^Z$bx HOW TO KEEP UP WITH THE JONESES (or BY TELEPHONE The Joneses have made it easy for people to keep up with them. Each adult member of the Jones family has his own separate listing in the telephone directory. Are people having trouble keeping up with you? Call our business office and ask about low cost separate listings for the individuals in your family! Business Office Phone 343-1112 ANY HOUSEWIFE will verify that some mornings one arises ready to work, proceeding like a house afire, to wash, iron or clean. Such a thing happened this week when Cherie Mitchell (above) washed all her Barbie doll clothes, pic- tared aa they dry on glasses. Cherie, who la spending a few days with her grandmother, Mrs. C. E. Schwalm, 935 Dayton Drive, plans to iron the clothes today. The hats in the left foreground were all crocheted by her great-grandmother, Mrs. Alma Van Arsdale. She's the daughter of the Howard Mitchells of 1148 Parkview Read. Creative J^omemaL By RUTH MILLETT Homemaking is an area in which your own personality can take over. Self-expression can make it fun rather than a chore. Furnishing a home is just a task to the woman who goes into a furniture store and buys whatever the salesman is able to sell her. It's a satisfying, creative job to the woman who visualizes the kind of home she wants, works it out in her own mind and then puts it together piece by piece. It's the same with entertaining. The woman who simply asks back the people who entertain her, and offers them exactly the kind of evening they offered her, finds entertaining a bore. The woman who gets the crowd together because she enjoys them, is pretty sure they'll enjoy each other, and tries to plan an enjoyable evening, really likes entertaining. The woman who never cuts her housework down to the essentials that are necessary for her family's comfort feels like a drudge. But the woman who uses a little imagination and planning to create a pleasant home, with little unnecessary work and worry clicks off her housework in a minimum of time, and has some time left to enjoy her home. The Golden Touch There's a golden touch, genuine, to much of the new jew- erly. The Jewelry Industry Council reports growing popularity of gold, whether 14K, 18K, even 20K. Many of the new pieces feature traditional leaf, flower or geometric patterns, but some plain gold design using Florentine, brushed or polished gold for added effect. TAKE A COLOR Any Color...and make it YOURS! Square-throat high or mid heala are richly lovely in White faille, take to tinte in 199 shades smooth •s silk! Gorgeous for brides* dandy for wedding parties, graduation perfect! So much luxury at a tiny price! No tinting charge I fi: value priced $^95 Rogers Shoes 230 E. Moin The job of homemaking can be a creative career. But it's just a job unless a woman sets out to express her own ideas, based on her family's needs. What about those mysterious teeners? Read Ruth Millett's "Tips on Teen-Agers." Send 25 cents to Ruth Millett Reader Service, care of the Galesburg Register-Mail, P. 0. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, N. Y. (All rights reserved. Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) Picnic Fare Make smooth and savory sandwiches for picnicking. Mix together 1 (i¥t ounce) can of liver spread, 2 tablespoons of chili sauce and 1 tablespoon of chopped sour pickles. Spread on 4 slices of whole wheat bread. Top each with 1 slice of processed american cheese and another slice of bread. Vacation Wraps Fur - trimmed cashmere cardigans make ideal evening wraps for summer vacations. They're dressy and easy to pack. Facial Brush You can liven up a fading complexion with a facial brush of soft natural bristles. The brush is not too scratchy or tough for the ten- derest skin and will work soapsuds into the pores for a real cleansing job. Move Girl Scout Offices The administrative offices of the Shabonee Girl Scout Council, Inc., were moved July 31 to 401— 46th St., Moline, to provide mare efficient and economical quarters for the professional and clerical staff employed by the council. The council has just completed a successful day camp season, having served 1,500 girls in a total of 13 'weeks of operation at nine locations throughout the five- county area. Day camp directors were Mrs. Louis Jewell, Monmouth; Mrs. F. W. Janes, Galesburg; Mrs. Merle Anderson and Mrs. Mel Toepke, Kewanee; Mrs. Edwin Meier, Geneseo; Mrs. Louis Browning, Alpha; Mrs. Frank Wahlheim and Mrs. Earl Wildman, Rock Island; Miss Sheila Boyce, Moline, and Mrs. William Hileman, Aledo. Established camping for girls eight years old through 17 is now in session at the council's Camp Shabonee near Port Byron. A few openings remain in the session Aug. 11-17 and interested girls may call at the new headquarters for further information regarding fee and specific age groupings. Peoria Club Is Guest Lake Storey Lions Shelter was the scene recently of a meeting when the local chapters of TOPS Club joined with the Peoria chapter for a get-acquainted picnic. The Peoria Trim-Away Tops came to Galesburg via chartered bus to meet with the Alexis Trim Trippers and the Galesburg Chubby Checkers and Tops Slender- ettes. Introductions were given withj each girl reporting how long they had been a TOPS member, how much weight they had lost and the number of pounds they needed to lose to reach their desired weight. Some dresses were modeled to prove what a difference a few pounds can make, group singing was enjoyed, and a discussion period was held when ideas were exchanged and suggestions made for future , meetings. Greetings were read from the Illinois supervisor, Mrs. Lillian Pedtke of Chicago. It was announced the afternoon TOPS Slender ettes and the Alexis group are open for more members, and if anyone is interested in losing some weight and would like some encouragement, they are being invited to visit a meeting. Overeating? Snacking too often? Examine your daily schedule. Over-eating can stem from a dissatisfied attitude and boring routine. There won't be enough time to snack if you take an interest in something besides the refrigerator. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! First for Value END OF OUR BIG Summer Sale Summer is over at Flecks and we're clea ng out our entire stock of summer merchandise NOW to make room for our large Back-to-School selections. Savings of 30%, 40%, 50% and more guaranteed! Summer Dresses Regularly $10.99 to $35 $ 6- $ 8 $ 10- $ 15 You'll find over 300 shifts, spaghetti straps, sleeveless, two and three piece costumes, sheaths and full skirted models now drastically reduced. Juniors, misses and half sizes. Summer Sportswear \ Short* — Skirts i Pedal Pushers $450 • Slacks — Blouses Formerly Priced $1.99 to $11.98 each! $ 1 50 . $ 6 All summer sportswear drastically reduced - - • most items now half price.' Cotton knits, dacron-cottons, Arnels, in solid colors, white, plaids and patterns. ALL SLEEVELESS BLOUSES REDUCED ... Reg. $2.99 to $3.99 SALE of SWIMWEAR Entire Stock. Vol. to $29.98 Sorry . . . No Loyoways . . . Sorry READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! State Town and Country Art Show URBANA—The 8th annual State Town and Country Art Show will be held in the Architecture Building Gallery at the University of Illinois, Urbana, Sept. 22-28. The exhibit will feature the best works of Illinois amateur artists in 29 county shows during the year. The show, sponsored by the Colleges of Agriculture and Fine and Applied Arts, «ffflf a* stimulate interest in art as i recreational activity. EMMANUEL METHODIST WSCS Woman's Society of Christian Service of Emmanuel Methodist Church will meet at 9:16 o'otocll Thursday morning in the hotni.oi Mrs. Howard Peterson, 282 % Dayton St. The program will m a panel discussion on the topMI, "How the Methodist Woman Vol* unteers Her Time." LADIES' SUMMER SPORTSWEAR y<2 PRICE PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY limited time! if. draperies > MADE TO YOUR MEASURE! ^fabrics BY-THE-YARD! |ll |lfroiiroiir custom fabric collection • Choose from hundreds of samples! • Beautiful prints! Solid colors • Handsome weaves! New textures! HURRY IN, choose from our magnificent collection of decorator fabrics for draperies, slipcovers, upholstery ... a superb group all specially ordered for you from l\ the top decorating fabric manufacturers in the coun- tryl All fine, first quality, all the latest, loveliest colors, J styles weavesl Don't miss these savings! ?!.!! f! t

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