Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 7, 1963 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, September 7, 1963
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National Missions Chairman Presents Presbyterian Program Who has a special need? Who is to help these pen* pie who need special attention? These questions were discussed by Mrs. Donald Brown, National Missions chairman for the Woman's Association of the First United Presbyterian Church, Friday afternoon in the church parlor for the regu-1 "——~— : Seaton Camp Site on the Rock River in Ogle County. Fall conference of District 2, Presbyterial will be Oct. 10 at New Windsor. When dessert and coffee were served prior to the meeting, Mrs. John H. Piatt and Mrs. Cr*ston Klingman presided over the table centered with a bowl of red roses. Hostesses were Mrs. G. E. Trib- bcy. Mrs. Harold Moore, Mrs. Glenn Gilmore, Mrs. Ralph Rogers and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Sofurdoy, Sept, 7 f \963 3 lar meeting of the Association. Speaking on "The Church's Mission and Persons of Special Need" theme for the National Missions, Mrs. Brown mentioned the handicapped persons who have a need for special attention. There are the social orphans (children from broken homes), the aging, the physically handicapped, the mentally retarded and the emotionally disturbed. Mrs. Brown went into detail to tell of the advancement made for the comfort and care of these people, then commented, "Hospital, medical and psychiatric treatment is not enough, they need the Christian's concern and interest. Serve God by serving the needy," she concluded. As part of the program Mrs. Charles Gamble, with Mrs. Harold Moore at the piano sang "Prayer Perfect," "Listen for the Joyful Heart," and "The Birds." Prelude to the program and devotions, Miss Ruth McKie with Mrs. Moore at the piano conducted a brief memorial service for Mrs. Walter Doty, immediate past president of the association. Conducts Business Meeting Mrs. E. G. Tribbey conducted the business at which time some future events were announced. Members of the association will join with District 2, Presbyterial, Sept. 17 in a Prayer Retreat at Class of '63 Receives Degrees +J-ormer News for and About Women 2b irecior "Your Future as a Professional Nurse" was the title of the address given by Miss Eva H. Erickson, Associate Professor of Nursing at the State University of Iowa, to the graduates at the 64th annual graduation exercises of the Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing, at the Presbyterian Church Friday evening. Speaking directly to the nurses she said, "Whatever else you are or will be, you are first and. foremost nurses. The obligation of being nurses is imposed upon all of you, regardless of your field of endeavor. Your calling will make many demands on you. To the extent that you can meet these demands, professional and personal, your wish for re- V. Arthur A. Raker A. Rrijfgs M. Boyd J. Buckert B. Cowell F. Smith Class President da A A '66 ^JourA lite C ^t ommum It App Q rove uartet "The Melody Mrs,'.' a quartet from the Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines, has been approved by the National Headquarters in Tulsa, Okla., and their name entered in the official Quartet Register. The announcement was made by the director, Mrs. James Macdonald, following the Tuesday evening rehearsal. Those singing in the quartet include Mrs. Donald Gossick, Mrs. Owen Buck, Mrs. Howard Tolley and Mrs. Mike Davison. Quartet promotion chairman, Mrs. Robert Hedden, has been holding quartet competition throughout the summer months. Four guests were welcomed at the meeting, and dates for future programs were announced. Mrs. Esther DeWeese, Regional Council representative, told her plans for attending the Regional meeting in Waukegan on Sept. 14. A meeting of the Board of Directors was held Wednesday evening at the Tolley home, at which time plans were made for the coming year. Oct. 13 has been set for the Charter Presentation party in Galesburg, which will be attended by members from Sweet Adeline chapters in the three state region. If You Want the Unusual HANDBAG We Have It at Give - A - Gift* WEBERS 149 E. Main The Woman's Auxiliary to the Knox County Medical Society sponsored- its annual tour of places of historical interest in and around Galesburg for the new student nurses of the Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing Friday afternoon. Shown just as they were about to start the tour from left to right are Mrs. George Donaldson, director of the school of nursing, Mrs. Robert Sullivan, Miss Sandra Worsley of Mendota, and Miss Sharon Quick of Peoria. Driver of the car is Mrs. Richard Bick. Highlights of the tour included Lincoln Park and Lake Storey, Knox College, the Carl Sandburg Cottage in Galesburg and in Fairway Winners . . . LAKE BRACKEN When the women golfers of the Knox County Country Club met Tuesday for golf play, prizes were won for first and second low putts. Winners in the first flight were Mrs. Delbert Jordan, first, Mrs. Albert Nelson, second; second flight, Mrs. Max Pine, first, Mrs. Guy Parkins, second. FROM THE VALLEY OF THE '° ur CLEAN GIANT MON.-TUES.-WED. SPECIALS $ 2" ANY GARMENTS FOR Suits and 1 Piece Plain Presses count as one. Suedes, Formats and Furs not included. Pleats 2c extra. *75 and $ 25 JACKPOT GALESBURG One Hour Dry Cleaners 331 East Main St. 343*8601 Knoxville the former Court House and the Old Jail. Drivers for the tour were Mrs Bick, Auxiliary president, Mrs. About People And Places . . . This week at show and tell, Kim, who is in the third grade at Rose Hoben Welch School, told of the trip she and her mother, Mrs. Carl Munson, had taken this summer to Europe. For the classroom event she took her Queen Elizabeth flag, which she had won in a musical chairs contest aboard ship, and her charm bracelet which featured charms from every country on their trip. Incidentally the money for the charms had been saved for a whole year. First she bought a 25 cent savings stamp at school and then she saved some of what was left of her allowance for the contemplated tour this summer. The return trip was by plane from Paris, with a stop in Ireland, before returning home last week just in time for school. Highlights of the trip, which included stops in Holland, Belgium, Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Monaco and France, were the open air opera in Rome, the Black Forest, the evening parade in Florence and another in Monaco, on Aug. 15, Assumption Day, and a clock at Killarney, Ireland. Kim, who lives at 1187 Parkview Drive, in telling of the seven week trip spoke of the food, pointing out that at one time during the tour, she wished she could "have five hamburgers and five hot dogs." In addition to the pictures taken on the tour, the travelers took a wire recorder. At Innsbruck, she commented that the dancers "were very noisy" and that they had this on the recorder to prove it. As with all travelers Kim had so much to tell that we finally had to just stop chatting. I.E.J. Roderic B. Howell, Mrs. Edwin A. Crowell, Mrs. Andrew J. Silen- skey, Mrs. Kent Kleinkauf and Mrs. Carroll Markivee. Readers were Mrs. Lowell C. Neveln, Mrs. Jackson K. Erffmeyer, Mrs. E. Gordon Behrents, Mrs. Marville Aden, Mrs. John L. Bohan, Mrs. Homer Fleisher Jr., and Mrs. Fred Stansbury. After the tour the group were served refreshments at the home of Mrs. J. Phillip Graham in Knoxville. Mrs. Graham was assisted by the co-chairmen, Mrs. Robert L. Sullivan and Mrs. Ray E. Thompson Jr. This year's tour was planned by Mrs. Thompson and Mrs. Sullivan. spect, for satisfaction and fulfillment will become a reality." Miss Erickson continued by urging a recognition of the individual human worth of each person, seeing him or her as a unique being for whom there is no duplicate in the entire universe. Developing people-skills in treating patients will bring inner warmth and great personal satisfaction to the nurse. She also asked the new graduates to continue their education and to ponder the question of the professional standing of registered nurses, improving skills, abilities and performance. Miss Erickson is a former director of nursing at Cottage Hospital, also a former administrator of the hospital. Present Awards The Gertrude L. Carney awards were presented by Dr. Robert S. Harper, instructor in the school of nursing and chairman of the department of psychology at Knox College. The award for excellence in theory was won by Miss Carolyn Sue Johnson of Galva. The award for excellence in providing nursing service to her patients was won by Miss Marsha Kay Payton of Galesburg. The final award for the highest honors in nursing as the best all-around nurse in the opinion of her classmates as well as her instructors and head nurses was won by Miss J. Dinsmorc V. Gclhnnr J. Gordon .1. Huston C. Johnson 8. Llnd P. Link C. Moore M. Payton M. Plorson J. Silver L. Wilson Faye Marie Smith of Toulon. The Class Sextet, Miss Vickie Sue Arthur, Miss Alvcnia Joyce Baker, Miss Margie Ellen Boyd, Mrs. Barbara Armstrong Cowell, Mrs. Joan Annette Gordon and Miss Payton were accompanied at the organ by Miss Marion Joy Buckert, when they sang "I'll Walk With God" by Brodszky. The sextet sang a cappella "The End of a Perfect Day" by Bofid. A. M. Bondi, president of the board of trustees, presented the diplomas to the graduates and Mrs. George D. Donaldson, director of nursing education, gave each one her hospital pin. The class repeated the Florence Nightingale Pledge. The invocation and benediction were pronounced by the Rev. Ker- mit Petersen. Mrs. Harold Moore presided at the organ during the processional and recessional. Immediately following graduation exercises a reception for the nurses was held in the church parlors. Clui of 1903 Grnriuatcs were Miss Vlckl Stic Arthur, St. Augustlno: Miss Al- vcniii .Joyce Bnker. Croat Lakes; Miss Alice Ann Biggs, Peoria; Miss Margie Ellen Boyd, Stronghurst; Miss Marion Joy Buckert, Monmouth. Also. Mrs. Barbara Armstrong Cowell, Galesburg; Miss Kathryn Jean Dinsmorc, Brooksvllle, Ohio; Mrs. Virginia McCammon Gclhaar, Carthage; Miss Joan Annette Gordon. Knoxville; Miss Jody Kaye Huston, Colchester. Also, Miss Carolyn Sue Johnson, Galva; Miss Sandra Lucille Llnd. Galva; Miss Patricia Joann Link, Abingdon; Miss Charlotte Kay Moore, Arlington Heights; Miss Marsha Kay Payton, Galesburg. Also Miss Mary Maigarct Pierson, Willlnmsflclcl; Miss Judith Ann Silver. Burlington Iowa; Miss Faye Marie Smith. Toulon: Mrs. Lyda Crawford Wilson, Galesburg. . . . C^aiendar DAY NURSERY Members of the board of the Knox County Day Nursery will meet at the nursery, corner of Prairie and South streets, at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning. PHI MU MOTHERS* CLUB The Phi Mu Mothers' Club will meet with Mrs. George Schug- mann, 503 Pennsylvania Ave., Abingdon, at 1 o'clock on Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. L. G. Munson is the assisting hostess. SILVER STREAK LODGE The annual Silver Streak Lodge family picnic will be at the Lincoln Park pavilion Sunday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock. Meat and drink will be furnished by the lodge. KINDERGARTEN BOARD Board of management of the Free Kindergarten will convene a' 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the Kindergarten home. CARL SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage 331 E. Third St., will be open from 1 to 5 o'clock in the after noon Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff, official host and hostess will receive visitors. The cot tage is open during the week from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morn ing and 1 to 5 o'clock each afternoon. eetinc^A . . • STUDY CLASS Woman's Society of Christian Service study class of First Meth odist Church will be conducted on Sept. 10, 17, 24, Oct. 1 at 9:30 o'clock in the morning. The first study class of the year will be "Changing City Challenges the Church," led by Mrs. David W Sward. This is one of the four topics to be studied this year which were presented at the School of Missions in Bloomington in June. Mrs. Sward attended this school of missions. Everyone is welcome to attend this study. ^&eAcribeA ^3ndoneAia SL lL WSCS We*Un 9 "An Overview of Indonesia" was the subject of an illustrated lecture presented by Dr. Harry Nelson of Augustana to the Woman's Society of Christian Service at First Methodist Church Friday. The day's program began with a board meeting before the luncheon, which was served at 12:45 o'clock by the officers of the various circles. Mrs. W. O. Seward conducted the business meeting. It was announced that the first study class of the year will begin Tuesday and will be led by Mrs. David W. Seward. Mrs. Seward attended the School of Missions in Bloomington in June. Two vocal solos, "Homing" and "Smilin' Through" were sung by Mrs. Lewis Root, accompanied by Mrs. Ralph Lucas. Dr. Nelson, who is the head of the mathematics department of Augustana College, taught two years rn Indonesia under the Point Four program of technical assistance to underprivileged countries. He pointed out that Indonesia consists of 3,000 islands stretched out over 3,000 miles in length. Although located in the tropics, great temperature variations exist due to the height of the moun- DineSunday AT THE American Beatdu AAA Recommended W CHILDS' MENU 308 i. Main Galesburg tains. Dr. Nelson's slides illustrated both the beauty of the land and theartistry and ingenuity of the native people. Mrs. Nelson, who accompanied her husband, wore a coat of Batik, the intricate hand-dying process used by the Indonesian women to decorate cloth for their own use and for sale. The program closed with meditations in the chapel led by Mrs. L. C. Hazen. "How much insurance did he have?" "Too bad about Brown," we say. Our first question is * 'Did he leave his family with sufficient Life insurance?'* No doubt you are taking your own proper precautions —and' will want to get all the details about the Metropolitan's Family Income Plan, * ROBERT O'CONNOR 250 MAPLE AVE. PHONE 343-3792 Metropolitan Hit to»wr««u C#«H"» M«w Y.rk 10, N. Y. PILOT CLUB Members of Pilot Club will meet for dinner and a meeting at 7 o'clock Monday evening at Custer Inn. Mrs. Loretta Eller, Lt. Governor of District 12, will be present to pay an official visit. SOANGETAHA Bridge play at Soangetaha Country Club will bo at 1:15 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Dosing is chairman for the day. v DELPHIAN GROUP The Delphian Group will meet with a breakfast at 9 o'clock Tuesday morning in the home of Mrs. George Larson, 211 Garfield Ave. Members are being reminded that roll call is to be answered with a short resume of the typed material mailed to them. KUM-.JOYN-US CLASS The Kum-Joyn-Us Class will meet with Mrs. Allis Schneider, 1187 E. Berrien St., Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Clergy Are Guests When Corpus Christ! Altar and Rosary Society met Wednesday evening in the social room of the church, a 6:30 potluck dinner was served prior to the meeting. Guests for the dinner were visiting clergy, who had attended the 5:15 CM Mass for the late Rev. Michael Cronin. During Mass the Most Reverend Eugene Arthurs, bishop of Tango East Africa, presided in the sanctuary; Rev. Daniel Shcchan, St. Patrick's Church, Elmwood, celebrant; Rev. F. E. Lohan, Immaculate Heart of Mary church, deacon, and Rev. A. B. Curran, Corpus Christi church, sub-deacon. All the priests from the area and also some from Seymour were in attendance. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Joseph Shagel, president, at which time reports were given by various chairmen. Mrs. Clarence Lester was appointed sanctuary chairman. Mrs. Nadie Sheehan gave a report on the NCCW and announced a deanery meeting to be held at Nauvoo on Oct. 15. Mrs. Dale Johnson, house chairman, announced the social room would be finished at a future date. Mrs. Silvia wSabetti, program chairman, had games arranged for the evening. Social committee was composed of Mrs. Raymond Karns, chairman, Mrs. Oscar Hutmacher, co-chairman, Mrs. Joseph Shragel, Mrs. Gale Baker, Miss Francis Hambsch, Mrs. Raymond Cratty, Mrs. Tom Marry and Mrs. Bob Horaney. only ONE There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 yean of experience fostering good will in business and community life. For information on Welcome Wagon, phone. Mrg. Norma Smith 103t Bt«<;h »T — 143- 1IU 01 Mr». P»» G«9* SIS Lawanc* Av*—341-103* i | i • i • WELCOME WAGON \f{&\\ Ordm Accepted f/A^ IN ADVANCE OF TICKFT ««,,.. OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! GALESBURG stating number and price of scats desired and choice of performance. Enclose i check or money order to[ gether with a stamped, self- addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority Telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. Phone 342-5161 THE COLOSSUS OF STAGE PRODUCTIONS JOSEF MEIER and a Huge Cast The Original BLACK HILLS Clip This Coupon and Mall Right Nowl GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL, 140 S. Prairie St. Enclosed ii check • Money Order Q Exchange Ticket Q for seats at $ — each for performance of • Mat. • Nite (2nd choice) Oate Name Addres Sponsored by the GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL September 29 & 30 at the GALESBURG HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM SUNDAY MATINEE — SEPT. 29 — 2:30 P.M. EVENINGS — 8 P.M. 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