Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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"""" ' '< T 6 Golesbufa Register-NAdiL JB ^esbur^, 111, Thursday, Sept. 5, 1963 n L and al out omen Sliow 3^iim lor 8 and 40 Nationally, the American Legion has added Cystic Fibrosis to the philanthropic program of 8 and 40. When Knox County Salon 215 met in the Legion Lounge Wednesday evening, a film, "The Mask of the Pied Piper," was shown by Ted Hanseler. He is chairman of the quint-cities chapter of the National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation and the regional trustee in Wisconsin and Illinois. There is neither prevention nor cure for this non-contagious inborn defect of body chemistry, which affects any or all of seven glands. Only early diagnosis and continuous, expensive care will control the disease and save the lives of 50 per cent of the children afflicted, according to the film. Improved diagnostic techniques rank this as the number one killer of children, for cystic fibrosis has many faces —asthma, bronchitis, pneumonia, and other various disorders of the lungs, pancreas, and digestive system. Care Centers The closest Care Center is Chil­ dren's Memorial Hospital in Chicago, there are four chapters in Illinois — in Chicago, Peoria, Springfield, and the quint-cities. These chapters loan expensive equipment to families for use in home care. September is the campaign month to collect money to combat and control this inherited disease through treatment, and to conquer it through research. Following the film, Mr. and Mrs. Henseler and Mr. and Mrs. (Continued on page 7) About People And Places ... Miss Janet Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Webb, 1117 N West St., who is a student at Patricia Stevens Career College, Chicago, spent the weekend at home. Saturday evening, Miss Webb was the hostess for an open house at her home, where high school classmates were guests. She had been picked to represent the school at several events in Chica go, one being the Music Festival, where a group from the school, gowned in pastel formals, ap peared with Lawrence Welk and his orchestra. The second event will be an ap pearance on television Saturday evening, Sept. 14, on WGN barn dance, which is broadcast in Chicago. The third time she repre sented the school was when the inventor of Executive Hankies asked for models. In this event, the young women were given four huge red hankies and two safety pins with the instructions to design a swimsuit. They modeled the suits at the Oak Street Beach on July 26. Committee Chairmen Give Reports At Immaculata Guild meeting Wednesday evening at the Immaculate Heart of Mary School, Rev. Richard Slavish recited the Rosary preceding the meeting. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Joe Vallero, president, at which time all committee chairmen gave their reports and introduced their co"-chairmen. Mrs. J. P. Benbow Sr. announced that there will be a deanery meeting at Nauvoo on Out. 15 and told of other NCCW activities. Re". John Lohan gave a talk on "Preparation for a Sick Call." The evening's prize was won by Mrs. John Sullivan. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Paul Marry and her committee which consisted of Mrs. Pat Ostrander, Mrs. Mary Conover and Mrs. C. G Harris. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Vallero and Mrs. William Bronson. nnounce a axemen td PLAN SPRING WEDDING — Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Madigan, 790 Jefferson St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Patricia to Michael Frcdrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete E.' Fredrickson of Scaton. Miss Madigan, a 1961 graduate of Galcsburg High School, attended Brown's Business College and is employed as secretary to the manager of the Custer Inn. Mr. Frcdrickson, a 1961 graduate of Yorkwood Senior High School, attended Western Illinois University, Macomb and was graduated from Brown's Business College. He is employed in the traffic department at Butler Manufacturing Co. A spring wedding is being planned. PTA Council Has Coffee At Lake Storey Steaming cups of coffee welcomed Parent Teacher Association Council members Wednesday morning when they met at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. In spite of the cool weather the informal get-acquainted meeting was attended by representatives of every member school. Approximately 50 PTA presidents, council representatives, school principals and school administrators were present. Mrs. Gilbert Brubaker, council president, presided during a short business meeting. School representatives were introduced and the year books, distributed. Mrs. Robert Purlee, Alexis district director, reminded the council members of the 46th fall conference of District 4 to be Oct. 8 at Aledo High School. The first business meeting of the council will be Oct. 9 at Rose Hoben Welch School. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Receive Degrees In Nursing Miss Darlene Vogel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George C. Vogel, 449 Olive St., was among those graduated from Swedish Covenant Hospital School of Nursing in ceremonies Aug. 26 at North Park College Auditorium, Chicago. Attending the ceremonies be sides Miss Vogel's parents were her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vogel, St. Louis, Mo., former Galesburg residents, Mr. and Mrs. Russeil Gehring and Miss Valarie Bradshaw, Galesburg and other relatives from Fulton and Morrison. A Galesburg High School graduate with the class of 1958, 'Miss Vogel received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from North Park College and Swedish Covenant Hospital School of Nursing. She received high achievement awards in her freshman and junior years and the Ralph Erickson Memorial award for high achievement in her senior year. After a short visit with her parents she will leave for San Francisco, Calif., where she will be employed at S. S. Moffitt Hospital, a unit of the University of California Medical Research Center. Miss Susan Botruff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Botruff, 1632 Florence Ave., was graduated Sept. 1 from the Lutheran. Hospital School of Nursing in Moline. Her parents attended the ceremonies on Sunday. Miss Botruff will be employed in the surgery department of the Lutheran Hospital. Presbylerian-St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing presented (Continued on page 7) ANNOUNCE TROTH—Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rigg, 148 Phillips St., announce the engagement of their daughter Susan (above) to William A. Alexander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frccf-srick E. Alexander, 5327 Humboldt Ave., Peoria Heights. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., Galcsburg. Her fiance, a graduate of Peoria Richwoods High School, is employed by Lcitcr Electric of Peoria. The couple have selected a Feb. 1 weckling date. Vows will be exchanged at Corpus Christ! Church. THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Billie Ann Star key (above) to Michael Maley Leighton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow M. Leighton, 849 Mulberry St., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Starkey, 1320 25th St., Moline. Miss Starkey,' a Moline High School graduate, is attending Knox College where she is a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Leighton, who was graduated from Galesburg High School, is also attending Knox College. His fraternity is Phi Gamma Delta. A winter wedding is being planned. FROM ONEIDA—Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmes of Oneida announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Elaine (above) to - Terry D. Bolin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bolin of Woodhull. Wedding vows will be exchanged Oct. 19 at 7 o'clock in the evening at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Altona. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow in the church parlor. Miss Holmes, a graduate of ROVA High School, is employed by the Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association. Her fiance was graduated from AlWood High School and attended Western Illinois University at Macomb. He is employed by the John Deere Industrial Equipment Works in Moline. Wedding Is in Homewood The Salem Lutheran Church in Homewood was the scene of the August 17 wedding of Miss Lois Jane Smart of Homewood and John Thomas England, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman O. England, 202 N. Timber St., Knoxville. Rev. W. W. Wilk read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who are residing at 421 Washington St., Barrington. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart, 1730 Cedar, Homewood, who was given in marriage by her father, carried a cascade bouquet of Amazon lilies, a white orchid, stephanotis and ivy to complement her princess line gown of white silk organza over taffeta. Alencon lace motifs encrusted with pearls decorated the bodice and front of the full skirt, which formed a chapel train. Veiling was caught to a French princess crown. Miss Susan England, sister of the bridegroom, was a junior bridesmaid. Other attendants included Mrs. James Dolci of Mount Holly, N. J., matron of honor, Mrs. James Reeder of Bloomington and Mrs. Robert Burger of St. Charles, bridesmajrons. A 11 were in blue silk organza over taffeta dresses and carried cascade bouquets of blue and white carnations and chrysanthemums. Miss Linda Mentz of Country Club Hills was flower girl. Is Best Man Richard McCoy of Galesburg was best man; Joe Raines of Robinson, Jack Westerfield, Thomas Hoyme, both of Knoxville, groomsmen, and John Smart, brother of Mr. and Mrs. John T. England (Miss Lois Jane Smart) the bride, John Hinck of Naperville, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Robert Carlson of Union Grove, Wis,, ushers. Two hundred guests were served at the buffet dinner following in the parish hall. Among those accorded honors was Mrs. John Hinck, sister of the bridegroom, who was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. England, a graduate of Thornton Township High School and Illinois State Normal Univer­ sity, will be teaching third grade in Barrington. Mr. England, a graduate of Knoxville High School and Eureka College, Eureka, will enter the armed forces. Others attending from this area were Mrs. Emma England, Knoxville, the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Irving Bond, Ma- qiion, Mrs. Ralph Stone, Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wilson, also of Knoxville, his uncle and aunts. FROM OPHIEM—Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nelson, Alpha, announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann (above) to James G. Buck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Buck, Coal Valley. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Miss Nelson, a graduate of AlWood High School, is a junior at Moline Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Buck is a graduate of Orion High School and is employed at the Moline Paint Manufacturing Company. IEASY TERMS Compliment to Your Love/ contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAIRE $99.00 ffteta «/ 14* WWt» of y*Jlev Sold m E. MAIN fillfffrurf. IU> ' JEWELERS Convention Report Given For Coed Lodge Coed Lodge convened Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in IOOF Hall with Mrs. M. R. McArthur, president, presiding. After a short business meeting and practice for the Illinois state meeting Mrs. McArthur, who was a delegate to the national convention at St. Louis, Mo. in July, gave a report of the sessions. Mrs. McArthur had the honor of being appointed to fill the office of guard during the convention. Mrs. Lena Florer was presented with a 40-year pin. Refreshments were served by Mrs. McArthur and Mrs. Ralph Swartout and a social hour followed. NOW OPEN MADALINE'S BTY SHOP am now back in my old location at 881 MULBERRY ST. Along with Lee Grimes formerly of Lyonels we welcome all old and new customers. Operators: Lee Grimes Madaline Miiligan Malmen Phone 343-6713 THE ENGAGEMENT and approaching marriage of Miss Mario Jean Arnett (above) to David Wise, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hansel Wise of Tiskilwa, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Arnett, 832 N. Morgan, Olney, former residents of Abingdon. Nuptials will be Sunday, Sept. 29 at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon in First Methodist Church at Tiskilwa. Some invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding. Miss Arnett is a graduate of Abingdon High School and Is employed at Josten's in Princeton. Mr. Wise attended Tiskilwa schools and is employed at Harper Wyman at Princeton. St. Patrick's Altar Society Has Meeting St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society met Wednesday evening in the social room of the church with the recitation of the Rosary led by Mrs. Paul McKillip. Reports of the secretary and treasurer were given and Mrs. Harry Burke of the sanctuary committee reported that new altar linens were needed. Members voted to purchase the linens. Mrs. Neil Ritenhouse gave a report of the ice cream social held in July and also reported on the wedding receptions held during the summer. It was decided to have a small bazaar Sunday, Dec. 8 in the all- purpose room at St. Joseph's School. The hospitality committee for the meeting included Mrs. Burke, Mrs. Howard Hicks, Mrs. Edward L. Kennedy, Miss Helen Turney and Mrs. McKillip. Refreshments were served following the meeting. READ THE WANT ADS! Select Wedding Date The wedding of Miss Karen Smith and Paul Jehling, whose engagement was announced in May, will take place at the First Christian Church on Sunday afternoon, Sept. 15 at 2:30 o'clock. All relatives and friends are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception following at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith, 1190 W. Grove St., and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jehling of Cambridge. Explains United Fund Operation Parents and friends gathered Tuesday evening at the Sunnyside School where the Galesburg Council for the Mentally Retarded met for a meeting. Mrs, W. L. Finch, president, presided. As the Galesburg Council has recently become a member of the United Fund, George Froehlich, Council director to the United Fund, explained its function and how it can benefit the school and the community. Mrs. Finch introduced the new members Mrs. Delores Rosenberry, Mr. and Mrs. Paul De- Prima, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond James and a guest, Mrs. Ellen Lindsey. It was decided that Mrs. Finch will be the delegate to all regional conventions for the mentally retarded and Mrs. Louise Trulson will be the alternate. Mrs. Gay McGill, school director, reported that there are 28 students enrolled in the school for this year. Mrs. Frances Griffin, a new teacher, was introduced. She will join Mrs. Paul Hadden, Mrs. Louis Goode and Mrs. Rex Monson. It was reported that all classrooms had been thoroughly cleaned by Mrs. Trulson, Mrs. Leonard Lewis, Mrs. James, Mrs. Clifford Bowman, Mr. Wessels, Russell Sellett, Jim Sellett and Harvey Stremmel. New draperies furnished by Mrs. Froehlich were hung in one of the classrooms. The meeting was adjourned with hostesses Mrs. John Lann- holiri, Mrs. O. Haptonstahl and Mrs. Mooney serving refreshments. Missionary Is Speaker at WSWS Meeting Sisfer Oline Egesdal, a mission- CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Winners at the Knox County ary for 35 years in Madagascar, Country Club bridge party this was the speaker at Wednesday week w * re Mrs - Ted Stewart, tL , •. p , I7 „ first, Mrs. Francis Skipton, sec afternoon s meeting of the Worn- ,' , „ * ' _,.„ 6 ond, for the women, and Bill an's Society of World Service of LouiS) {irst> and Ed Fritz> sec . Evangelical United Brethren 0 nd, for the men. Church. Grand slam bid and made was Members of the Dorcas Circle won by Mrs. Skipton and Charles acted as hostesses for the 1 Buckley. The evening's prizes o'clock salad luncheon in Fellow- were won by Mrs. Al Rigney and ship Hall preceding the program Mr. Buckley. which opened with a religious Host and hostess were Mrs. reading by Mrs. M. L. Tennes. Wilfred Allen and Don Wright A business meeting was con- Hosts for the next bridge play at ducted by Mrs. Donald Sedgwick, the clubhouse will be the Russ president, and 'announcement was Cunninghams. made of a congregational retreat to be Sunday at Delabar State -. Trvwvj . A Park starting at 3 o'clock in the VFW Auxiliarv ' af i e u rn T • w „ „ „ -i, Lists Schedule The Missionary Fall Rally will ~ , be Oct. 7 at Fairview Center <->f tall Events Church rural Monmouth at 9:30 Mrs. Edna Martin, president, o'clock in the morning. There will conducted the business meeting be a study class Wednesday, Sept. w h en the auxiliary to Knox Coun 25 at the home of Mrs. Eugene Suydam, ?06 E. North St., Knoxville, when Mrs. Jon Sedgwick will give the lesson. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. The fall turkey supper and bazaar ty Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, convened this week in the Post Home. An application for membership was read and accepted and committee chairmen has been scheduled for Thursday, reporting included Mrs. Nellie Nov - 7 - • Pahlow. Mrs. Arlo Randell, Mrs Announcement also was made Gertrude Liby and Mrs. Alex that the focal church will host the Johnson State WSWS convention in April Mrs. Randell announced of 1964. that Sept. 18 had been selected as the | date of a backyard sale to be at the home of Mrs. Laurence Fisher, 250 N. Pearl St. Mrs. Pahlow reported on a Ways and means project and announced a break- 1 fast at her home on Sept. 26. The date for a potluck dinner Autumn leaves and floweVs at „ th « home of M F S - H " A - ^ composed the decorative theme W1 ? , be anncnm cedt for name cards and tables when Acknowledgements and corn- Christian Women 's Fellowship munications were read and it was met Wednesday afternoon for a noted that a case of fruit juice Study Chairmen Present Play At CWF Meeting 1 o'clock luncheon at First Christian Church. Mrs. William Jewsbury, music chairman, presented Don Bettisworth who played two iiano selections, "The Maiden With the Flaxen Hair," and "Sunken Cathedral." Mrs. Robert VanFleet, program chairman, introduced the play, "Caught in- « Web," presented by circle study chairmen, Mrs. C. W. Highlander, Mrs. Harold Bangs, Mrs. Earl Duke, Mrs. Maud Mooney and Mrs. Ted Hunter. Mrs. Carl Larsen gave devotions on the topic "Salt of the Earth." Mrs. James Hall, president, conducted a business meeting. Circle 1 was the hostess circle. had been donated to the Red | Cross. During a social hour refresh; ments were served by a committee composed of Mrs. Glenn Tonkin, Mrs. Hettie Comstock and Mrs. Florence Church. Plan Conference At Normal The Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs of the Central Region, which includes the Galesburg area, will hold a Federation Conference at Normal on Thursday morning, Sept. 12, at the M. E. Church, 211 N. School Street; convening at 9:30 o'clock. Arrangements are being made with Dr. Phelps, director of Special Education at Normal University to bring a message on the scholarship program for special education and for a tour of the classrooms. This program will be held during the afternoon session of workshops. Mrs. Myron Hartley, Mt. Prospect, state junior director, and Mrs. Keith Parry, Lewistown, state chairman of Public Welfare Department are cooperating with Dr. Phelps in making it possible for clubwomen to visit this school. Scholarships for teachers for Exceptional Children is a state junior project and is supported by the Illinois Federation. Mrs. Vernon E. Barnes, Rushville, president of the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs will address this conference in the morning and departmental workshops will be featured in the afternoon. Luncheon reservations are to be made through local club presidents. Note Birthdays Charles Brock, who was noting his second birthday anniversary celebrated the occasion at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Phyllis Farrell, 356 Monmouth Blvd., on Labor Day. Mrs. Mildred Fulton, 366 Monmouth Blvd., noted her birthday anniversary with members of the family present for the event. She was presented with cards and gifts and pictures were taken during the day. READ THE WANT ADS! Distinctive Flower* styled to say it best" The New MAIN STREET florist 312 E. Main Street L. E. 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