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PEO Chapters Hold Thursday Luncheons 1 Chapter AN : "We Are Looking Back" wis the title of the program presented Mrs. Creston Wingmtn, chapter hiatorian, at the Chapter "AN of PEO meeting Unirsday in the home of Mrs. Sam Coffman Jr., near Gilson. Mrs. Klingman reminisced with members recalling events and activities of the' past year. A brief '"mystery" sketch of each person provided clues for audience identification. The luncheon table was covered with a hand crocheted cloth and centered with a brass planter filled with greenery. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. Ronald Henson, Mrs. Ed Pettit and Mrs. Walter C. Smith. Mrs. T. J. Coffman, Mrs. Tom Doyle and Mrs. John Wurtzel assisted, the hostess. Members were reminded of a special meeting at the home of Mrs." Felix Bengtson, 1080 N. West St., Tuesday morning at 9:30 a.m. " table centered with an antique sugar jar filled with daisies and eucalyptus. Serving honors were given Mrs. Fred Pacey, Mrs Mack Glass and Mrs. Robert Way, a former member. Family Lib Prfday, Moy 18, WZ 9 JL, JtJ, By JOANNE AND Lf!W KOCH Lew was groping Ml way to the bed, both eyes patched. It wis nothing lerku*. Just a few scratches on the one cornea that he had given himself during the night. But the doctor wanted to be sure it healed quickly and completely. What happened during that one day of blindness was funny and frightening, , There was nothing for Lew to do but lie in bed, fantasies of prolonged disability mushrooming in the darkness. I thought Chinese food would break up the monotony. In his anxiety Lew consumed two egg rolls, eight bar* becded ribs, three helpings of beef with pea pods, two shrimp egg foo yong, two helpings of pork fried rice, a helping of chicken chow mein with Chinese noodles and one fortune cookie. The children played a game of guess the object with him. Rachel finally stumped him with a stuffed Heffalump Lisa offered to read to him. Touched and anxious for the diversion, he asked her what book she would read. "The Story Of Helen Keller/' Lisa announced proudly. "She was deaf too, Daddy." But the novelty of Daddy's disability soon wore off. Rachel had enjoyed playing nurse, but now she wondered if Daddy could still take her to the zoo on Saturday. List worried about how We could go to the pancake house on Sunday with Dad like this. "It's going to be awfully messy." - And after I had brought Lew his fifth glass of ice water, turned the radio on and off for the third time and helped him light his last cigarette of the night — striving desperately to avoid taking a puff after six months of abstention — I became irritable and depressed at the thought of possible complications. Both patches came off the next day. The eye was completely healed. The cold wind which had sent a shudder through our bones had passed over. But it had at least awakened us up to our connection with those for whom the cold wind remains. Carnival Will Be Monday Theme for the Douglas School Parent-Teacher Association ice cream social and carnival will be "Let's Build a Playground." Proceeds from the annual event will be marked for improvement of the,school's playground. Hours of the social and carnival at the school are from 5 to 8 p. m Checking one of the games is Diane Hortori, right, while David Inness, left, and Tine Burns watch. The public is invited^ to attend. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Humphrey.) About People, Places... Two Western Illinois University staff members, Dr. Chris Brix and Tate F. Lindahl, have been elected officers in the local Gamma chapter of the Data Processing Management Association. Brix, who is director of the Computer Center and a professor of accountancy and information science at Western, is the new chapter president. Lindahl is the chapter secretary; he is an assistant to Brix in the WIU Computer Center and also a lecturer of accountancy and information science. Other chapter officers are William Burkhardt, coordinator for data processing instruction at Carl Sandburg College of near Galesburg, vice president, and Pete Boynton, systems analyst at Gale Products, 396 Hackberry, treasurer. Membership in the Gamma chapter is open to persons in professional and management level data processing positions in the Galesburg-Macomb-Monmouth area. 11*1 ^. Win'' * Ill'""" " > Chapter HO •*• Chapter HO of PEO met Thursday in the home of Mrs. A. L. Thompson, 827 Florence Ave., for a salad luncheon. Mrs. R. E. Burger served from a table centered with garden hybrid irises accented with lily-of- the-valley. Mrs. L. S. Chadwick, president, conducted the business .L meeting and announced that the Estate convention report would t be given Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. * in the home of Mrs. Willard Heaton, 225 Illini Dr. Members were asked to make a note in the change of meeting place. Chapter W Rev. Daniel McCaul, St; Patrick 's Catholic Church, spoke about the needs Of Bridgehouse L\?£?Zt P t£t mstrict 0fficer * Wednesday I'iiij' ',«. tiiiiPiir •!• niif 11 • i 11 Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gattermeir Sr., 1305 S. Kellogg St., will celebrate their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house in the home of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahl, 341 Jefferson St. Friends and relatives are invited to attend from 1 to 4 p. m. Hosts for the event will be their children, Paul Gattermeir Jr., Champaign, Mr. and Mrs. Dahl, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lovell of Hanover Park. The couple has three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Gattermeir were married May 16, 1943 at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church. Mr. Gattermeir is employed by Burlington- Northern Railroad. Vesta Entertains, Honors ing Thursday Mrs. /Robert Sparks, 1693 N. ; Cherry St., > The social committee was comprised of Mrs. George Tuck- .er, Mrs. Lowell Neveln ,„Mrs. Robert Work, and Mrs. Russ Meyer. Luncheon Was served from' a Vesta Rebekah Lodge entertained District 11 officers Wednesday evening at the Eagles Lodge Hall. Mrs. Alice Penick, noble grand, presided at the meeting. She requested Mrs. Thomas Sepich, vice grand, to escort and introduce Miss Helen Weeks,| r ~~ •"• Monmouth, past president of iRay. Monmouth; Mrs. Maurice Rebekah's State Assembly of Krans and Mrs. C. E. WaVban. Present Gifts Cotillion Club Holds Dance; Awards Prizes The (Million Olub met Saturday night for a dance to the musjlc df The Vibrations. Tfie evening's prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Richard EchedibuTiger, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wager, Mr. and Mirs. Marvin Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Calhoun. The door and decorating committee ware Mr. amid Mrs. Rod Bryan, chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hedrick, Mr. and Mrs. John Stout, and Mr. and Mrs. Pait Kennedy. Refreshment were served during the dance by members of #16 board committee. Illinois; and Mrs. Wilda Ayers, past president of Illinois State Association of the Ladies Auxiliary to Patriarch Militants. Mrs. Evelyn Woollums escorted and introduced past and present state's assembly appointees, Mrs. Margaret Marshall, Lewistown and Mrs. Nora Paul, Abingdon.. Miss Viola Roll escorted and introduced past and present district officers, Mrs. Bernice McCone, Ellisyille, district II president; Mrs. Laura Miller, vice president, Lewistown; Mrs. Helen Snowden, junior past president, Vermont; Mrs. Maud Ryan; Mrs. Leonard Cluts, Fairview; Mrs. Ida Foreman, Monmouth; Mrs. Jennie Castle, Abingdon; Mrs. Howard Williams, Oquawka; Mrs. Hazel Shelcroslie, Fairview; Mrs. Leta To STEIN'S For A NEVER BEFORE DIAMOND VALUE !icl. Diamond SolHaire Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. All were given gifts by the noble grand which were distributed by Mrs. Woollums and Mrs. Max Wine. Communications were read from Mrs. Elvira K. Fenton, Illinois state assembly president which announced that Love Your Country Day will be July 4. The lodge elected to send Mrs. Jemima Fuller as a delegate to Northern Association at Galena on June 9. Reports were given by Mrs. Snowden and Miss Weeks. At the social hour following the meeting, refreshments were served at tables decorated with the district president's flowers, yellow roses, in milk glass vases, and colors, lavender and silver. The serving table was attractively decorated with a lace tablecloth centered with a large driftwood piece with birds. The committee in charge was Mrs. Woollums, Mrs. Ayers, Mrs. Krans and Mrs. Fuller. ocia nnouncemen SILAS WILLARD TEA There will be a preschool registration and tea at Silas WiUard School Monday at 2:15 p.m. in the school gym. Children who will be entering kindergarten in the fall and their mothers will be guests. Mothers are reminded to bring a birth certificate for their child who will be entering kindergarten in the fall. AAMA The American Assn. of Medical Assistants will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in Room 612, Bondi Building. The speaker will be William Taggart whose topic is "Drugs." All medical secretaries, nurses, technicians and receptionists are invited to attend. ASSOCIATION The Knox County Retired Teachers Assn. will meet Monday from 2 to 4 p.m. in the Fifty Year Room at Whiting Hall. Mrs. A. J. Larson will speak on "Finding Your Antiques." Entertainment will be furnished by students from the Knox College Music Department. TUSCARORA CLUB Tuscarora Club will have its annual picnic Monday at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Loren E. Johnston near Altona. Mrs. W. A. Pyle will be the co-hostess.. ' . • ; Mrs. G. W. Henderson will be in charge of the program. SIGMA ALPHA IOTA Sigma Alpha Iota Alumnae and Patronesses will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Dredge, 1579 Seminole Dr. TRI-DELT /T ALUMNAE The Delta Delta Delta Alumnae will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Dale Gunther, 219 Seminole Dr. HOSPITAL COMMITTEE The Hospital Committee of the Women of the Moose will meet Monday at 7 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Earl Crapnell, 1342 S. Seminary St. Plan Open House 14 cr. White or t ( Gold ^ 349 E. JfWilRY DEPT. MAIN 8T. — Downtown Galesburg Visits Daughter Mrs. Delia Tucker spent Mother's Day at home with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Haynes, 868 Monroe Street, after one month in the hospital and the past three months in the Abingdon Nursing Home. Mrs. Tucker who formerly lived at 291 Sumner St., has lived with her daughter the past eight years. She will soon be 88. Her son LaVerne Thurman and family and her great-grandson, Robert Chiado, Macomb, presented her with bouquets. Guests were present from Maquon, Macomb, Normal and Bloomington. Mayor Proclaims National Insurance Women's Week Mayor Cabeen has signed a proclamation proclaiming the week of May 20-26 as National Insurance Women's Week. The Insurance Women of Galesburg will be recognized for the past year's achievements when they will be guests of the Independent Agents at a dinner at So- angetaha Country Club on Wednesday, May 23. The national organization was incorporated in the state of Colorado oh Jan. 28, 1942. The local club still has five charter members still belonging who are Miss Lucille West, Mrs. Gay McGill, Miss Blanche Young, Mrs. Ed Watkins and Miss Kathryn Hawkinson. The association's object and purpose is to encourage practical and co-ordinated educational programs designed to broaden the knowledge of its members concerning the business of insurance. It promotes good fellowship and loyalty among its members and makes them more responsive to the requirements and necessities of their associates. The Galesburg club meets the third Wednesday of each month with a dinner meeting and usually has a speaker of some type on insurance or safety or has group discussions. The club contributes each year to the Milk Fund and Rescue Mission. National Insurance Women's Week is observed each year during the third full week in May. A Wedding Will Be Saturday Miss Jane Marie Murphy and Stanley H. Brock, whose engagement was - announced in April,. will exchange wedding vows Saturday. The ceremony will be read at 7:30 p.m. at Cameron Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Miss Murphy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murphy of Cameron, and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brock of Litchfield, Minn. Carriage House Scene Of Meeting Norm B\edsoe told the members of Cameo < Club, meeting at Carriage House on Wednesday evening, about furniture making, from the time the wood is cut until the furniture piece is completed. The speaker explained what to look for when buying quality furniture. The tour of the store included the new drapery and carpet sections. Mrs. Joe Tunzi, president, conducted the meeting at which Mrs. Gene Woollsey presented Mrs. Tunzi a cameo necklace as a retiring president's gift. Refreshments were served by Mr. Bledsoe. Mrs. Gerry Fesler . . president Driscoll Sisters Give Program Officers of the Immaculata Guild for the 1973-74 year were presented by Mrs. David Tressell, outgoing Executive Chairman, to members at a banquet Wednesday evening at the Holiday Inn. Serving will be Mrs. Pete Farley and Mrs. Jerry Blumenshine, co-chairmen of the Executive Board; Mrs. David Sodac, secretary; Mrs. Richard Smagala, treasurer; Mrs. Don Wilberding, membership; Mrs. E. C. Ringlien, Mrs. Carl Matson, and Mrs. Tresse\l, advisers. Entertainment was by the Driscoll Sisters, Peggy, Mary, Susan and Rosemary, accompanied by Peggy on the guitar. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Claire Driscoll of Alexis. I Selections sung included Sheep Am I," "Come to the Water," "Shout from the Highest Mountain," "Fly Me to the Moon," "Day by Day," Little Brown Jug," and two Home Culture Spring Brunch Features Games Home Culture Club held its Spring Brunch Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Frank Sutor, 1338 Spruce St. Mrs. Henry Marsha 1 ,! was co-hostess. Mrs. Harold Weaver, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Cecil Maxwell, led a msming of Fun and Games. Mrs. John Hawkinson, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Frederick Ball, a former club member, was welcomed as a guest. She will rejoin the olub in the fall. Mrs. Hawkinson served from ia table attractively decorated with an embroidered cloth centered with a bouquet of double white and purple lilacs. Prizes Awarded To Mothers At Church Banquet The First Church of God Mother-Daughter Banquet was His i held Monday evening at the Faith United Methodist Church. The women of the church prepared and served the dinner. Tables were decorated with pastel • colored hanging/ bird Mrs. Gerry Fesler, newly elected president of the 'Community Nursery School, invites 1 , _ . ,parents and pre-school children!*?. 88 , ,"""5 ^.PgBy Dns-cages and were presented as to attend open house at the™".,, ™*5 acs lsKB 'essed by gifts to Mrs. William Penning- school, located in the First G °J aiid "Remembering." «-»-'^ «•'««"• United Methodist Church, JKel -L Tressell was presented logg and Ferris. The open house'™..? 0 ™ 1 centerpiece from the will be held Sunday from 2 to 4 |GuJ V n . appreciation of her m I work during the past year. The Serving with Mrs. Fesler as £ r ^ entation was bv Mrs - David hostesses for the open house will be the other officers of the Community Nursery School Executive Board, Mrs. Allen Hie- p .m Beck. Tables for the evening were decorated with yellow maypoles surrounded by assorted small bert7vice^pre7ident7 MrsT Peter P ,ants < fevers, for those attend- Louk, secretary, and Mrs. Dar- in 8- rell Clevidence, treasurer. | Arrangements for the evening Beginning its third year of op- w6re b y Mrs. Leonard Conrad, eration next fall, the nursery^- Philip Tiehen, Mrs. Melvin school will expand its classes Koch, Mrs. Jerry Blumenshine, to an enrollment of 60 three-and Mrs. Pete Farley and Mrs. four-year-olds. The school will David Sodac. again employ Mrs. Danie 1 0 , ~ Adams as. director with a staff, Bandana Kage of four other teachers to assist Bandanas sewn together to her. ' imake tie shirts, skirts and The enrollment for the 1973-74 scarves became a big rage last school year is now filled but a year so manufacturers have smaV waiting list is maintained come out with bandana fabric bv Mrs. Hiebert, 1549 N. Prairie for home sewers. S ; ton, the oldest mother, Gilson; Mrs. Raymond Lucan, the newest mother in the Missionary Society; Mrs. Clyde Darst, Smithfield, and Mrs. Deloris Nielson, Peoria, the mothers who had traveled the farthest. Mrs. Charles Meldrum was mistress of ceremonies. She introduced Miss Carrie Shragal, Oneida, who gaye the toast to the mothers. Response to the daughters was given by Mrs. Junior Shragal, Oneida. Presentation of Life Membership and Pin was made to' Mrs. Wolfgang Beckman and Mrs. Lawrence Hayes. The guest speaker for the evening was Mrs. Harold Beaty, a missionary with Wycliffe Bible Translators. She and her family work with the Indians in the jungles of Peru. They are currently on a six months leave and are residing in Oneida. President Conducts Meeting At the Welcome Wagon coffee Wednesday morning at the First United Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Joe Rzechula, president, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. James London introduced a new member, Mrs. Ray Kimbell. Guests were Mrs. Roger Brockway, Mrs. Cart Nelson, Mrs. Ed Nelson, Mrs. David Nordentast, Mrs. Ronald Sell and Mrs. John Ellis. Get acquainted games was conducted by co-hostesses, Mrs. Duane Goar, Mrs. Tom Anderson and Mrs. Duane Isher. A Quote For Life NEW YORK (UPI) - A quote that may save your life: If your heart is now in good condition, if you're not overweight, if you are prudent about smoking cigarettes and if you walk an hour a dav, you are heloinq vourself to avoid a heart attack." Who said it? Dr. Harry J. Johnson, chairman of the board of Life Extension Institute of New York, a medical group that provides over 50,000 health examinations annually. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE SOS/342 iS 14 Alter Six, Lord Wtit. Pulm Bvich Register fur Fret Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 WM * M»ln St.. Galesburo Who Has The Most BELTS LESLIE'S Yea! LESLIE'S ADULT DANCING CLASSES MR. AND MRS. WAYNE CUNNINGHAM Invite You To COME DANCE WITH US MONMOUTH AMERICAN LEGION Air Conditioned Ballroom DUE TO POPULAR DEMAND NEW CLASSES BEGINNING Monday, May 28, 1973 Beginner Class 7:00 - 8:30 P.M. Advanced Clou 8:30 - 10:00 P.M. International Ballroom Dancing - Fpx Trot • Waltz Swing - Lindy - New Yorker - Chacha Rhumba - Samba - Polka «—~ RESERVATIONS ESSENTIAL SEND FEE PAYABLE TO Wayne Cunningham, 409 N. Cherry St. Galesburg, III. 61401 Per Couple $35.00 for 10 Mondays Route 34 Monmouth American Legion Look For The Flag Phone 343-2041

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