Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 10, 1963 · Page 7
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 10, 1963
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Honor Ncwlywccls Mr. and Mrs. Barry Dempsey of Qalesburg were honored at a postnuptial miscellaneous shower on Sunday at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. James Mitchell and daughters of Avon. Mrs. Dempsey was the former Pauline Gamache of Manchester, N. H. The gift table was attractively decorated with a bride doll, a miniature church and yellow streamers. During the evening, games were played and prizes won by J. 0. Dempsey and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Combs. Miss Anita Mitchell, accompanied by her mother at the piano, humorously narrated in song and verse the story of the bridegroom's life. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Russell Mitchell, served refreshments in the yellow and white color scheme. Neighbors of the Pleasant Ridge Community who attended and not previously mentioned were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wil- Bon, Mrs. J. 0. Dempsey and John, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holloway, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Atchison, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Utsinger, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Donald John, Mrs. Ollie Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Reynolds and Cinda, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Selph. What Paris- (Continued from page 6) viduality in Paris. In this country the younger set will probably make its own jaunty combinations. The fall openings apparently showed something to pleaise everyone, and that means a happy time ahead for women who don't like to plunge headlong into fashion and yet want to look pretty and chic. It even means they can get To Attend School Miss Karline Gutman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Gutman, 69 Madison St., will begin a course in professional modeling at Patricia Stevens Career College and Finishing School in Chicago on Oct. 2. Miss Gutman was graduated from Corpus Christ! High School in 1963. Also attending wfll be Miss Beverly Levene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Levene, 207 Olive St. Miss Levene was graduated from Galesburg High School. Miss Beth Ann Busch, granddaughter of Mrs. Gertrude P. Walter of 556 S. West St„ will begin a course in Airline training at Patricia Stevens Career College and Finishing School in Chicago on Oct. 2. Miss Busch was graduated from Corpus Christi High School. Also attending is Miss Roxie Ann Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rose, of 227 S. Carr, Wataga, who will begin a course in Executive Secretarial training at Patricia Stevens Career College and Finishing School in Chicago on Oct. 2. Miss Rose was graduated from Galesburg High School. Announce Daughter's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Eli A. Rowe, Knoxville Road, announce the marriage of their daughter, Jeanne Laurene, to Jeffrey Wayne Woolscy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne K. Woolsey of near Maquon. The civil ceremony was read Aug. 28 at Silvis, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Woolsey, both graduates of Knoxville High School, are juniors at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. away with last year's clothes; they're still pretty much in style. —Whether it be a Casual for everyday wear in dark Cotton, Jersey, or Sheer Wool-or, for that "special occasion" in crepe, brocade, lace, chiffon or velvet- all at popular prices. Juniors, misses, half-sizes. 232$. *7t (cu*Lj£. Presents Amondata Program When the Amondata Club met at the home of Mrs. James Sherwood, 1476 N. Prairie St., Monday afternoon, Mrs. Jean Cooper, of the Illinois Power Co., presented a program explaining m o u t h-to- mouth respiration. She illustrated her comments with a film entitled "Pulse of Life." The club members were asked to practice this procedure on a lifelife dummy provided by the Illinois Power Co. Mrs. Glen Pepmeyer, president, conducted the business meeting that followed the program. Committee chairmen outlined their activities for the coming year, wl.ich includes a back yard sale at the home of Mrs. Robert Eichhorn on Oct. 3. Co-hostess was Mrs. Richard Rozynek. Gals Glib on Technology Can Type Own Ticket PITTSBURGH (UPI) — The boom that sent thousands of engineering students through the nation's colleges in post World War II days provided the foundation for an urgent need today for secretaries with technical training. There is and has been a demand for competent persons to assist engineers — secretaries who are familiar with engineering terminology — who know more about the chemistry of carbon compounds than the distance from desk to water cooler. To fill this gap, Point Park Junior College conducts a two- year program providing a degree called associate in science. The diploma enables them to continue their education at a four-year institution or take employment in the engineering profession. Although the students still receive instruction in such skills as shorthand and typewriting, the major portion of the program centers on chemistry, physics, advanced mathematics and the terminology of engineering. The result: Point Park produces secretaries who can read blueprints as well as the gossip col umn. Mrs. Iola Parker, secretarial department head who patterned the engineering course after the school's medical secretaries' training program, says "I keep thinking about-the course and wondering why no one thought of it sooner." Phyllis E. Davis, the school dean, said there had been no letup in the demands which caused the school to start the engineering division school a few years ago. Some of the graduates, she says, are placed in positions with salaries of $500 per month. "Ever since the course was first announced we have had hundreds of calls from engineering and professional firms and businesses seeking our graduates," she says. Do flote A nnwer&ary .it MR. AND MRS. THOMAS F. GOODING (above) of Maquon, will observe (heir 50th wedding anniversary with open house at their home in Maquon on Sunday afternoon from 2 to 6 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Gooding were married in Peoria by the Rev. William Shaw on July 9, 1913. They have four children, Gerald E. (Pete) of Mount Pleasant, Iowa; Charles F. of Canton; Mrs. John Moats (Norma) of Rockford; Thomas L. of Evanston and six grandchildren. Due to illness the open house had been postponed from an earlier date. The couple requests no gifts. Going, Going, Gong LONDON (AP)—Trade was reported brisk at the fifth British Musical Instrument Fail', with a heavy run on balalaikas. Gongs, however, were hardly booming. Gongs, for one thing, can be expensive. One of those on display retails at 1,000 pounds ($2,800). Gongs may also remind some people of the old moulmein We ore pleased to announce the arrival of the third carload of Ethal Allen Furniture for Fine Family Living. HOUSE .< FINE FURNITURE Featuring ETHAN ALIEN Early American 248 EAST SIMMONS STREET — GALESBURG, ILL* Convene At Delabar State Park Delabar State Park on the Mississippi River, was the meeting place Sunday afternoon for the annual planning session of the Galesburg Evangelical United Brethren Church. The session opened with a Hymn Sing of the Old-Time Church song. During the business session, conducted by Rev. Dale Catlin, the program committee presented its recommendations for the future program of the church and also the budget for 1964. At 5 o'clock a picnic supper was served to 100 members and friends of the church present. The members of the YF sang "Lord We Are Able," led by David Catlin at the evening session. Dr. Kermit Petersen of Galesburg addressed the congregation using for his topic "Never Under estimate the Influence of the Church or Yourself." He also told some of the interesting parts of their trip through the Northwest. pagoda, but they're not very musical. A fair spokesman said balalaikas have become popular in Britain, especially since the recent visit of the Soviet Army Ensemble. The most popular model appeared to be a Moscow-made job, complete with a picture of Moscow on the back of the instrument, and instructions—in Russian. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Superintendent's Wife Speaks to Cosmo Pals Mrs. William Mackenzie, wife of the superintendent of the Mary Davis Home was the speaker at the Cosmo Pals Monday evening meeting. She outlined the physical plant and personality problems of the children at the home, stressing that there arc no problem children, only children with problems. A question and answer period followed. Mrs. Milton J. Rose, president, conducted a short business meeting. The group assembled in the country home of Mrs. Edgar Wenstrom. Refreshments were served from the attractively decorated dining table which featured a fall motif. Mrs. Rose served. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Charles ''andeveer, Mrs. Donovan Hardin and Mrs. Harold Reinhardt. Orbit Stuff One of the top American designers showed the ultimate in at-home wear in his fall and winter collection — a Russian sable "jump suit." Mr. and Mrs. G 1 c n n Roche, 833 E. Brooks St., will observe their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house at their home Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Hostesses for the event will be their daughter, Mr3. Charles Hammond and Mrs. Roche's sister, Mrs. Joanne Lantz. Mr. and Mrs. Roche were married Sept. 14, 1938, at the East Main Street Congregational Church with Rev. Harvey Young reading the ceremony. They have always resided in Galesburg. They arv the parents of two children, the daughter, Mrs. Charles (Janet) Hammond, Galesburg and a son, John, at home. There are two grandchildren. Mr. Roche is employed by Rowc Manufacturing Co. Fashion's Boots If you've been laboring under the Illusion that boots arc for stormy weather only, change your thinking. Made of satin, beads, lace and pastel leathers, they'll even turn up for formal wear this season—indoors. Watftfln Spnrklers Elect New Officers First fall meeting of the Wataga Sparklers 4-H Club was Saturday at the home of Mary Sue and Palty Bulson. In the election of officers for the coming year Mary Radenbaugh was chosen as president. Others selected were Oaylcne Hoots, vice president; Linda Edwards, lecretary and Mary Edwards, treasurer. Gail Lynn Wilson was selected as reporter and Patty Bulson as recreation chairman. Mary Radenbaugh and Gaylene Hoots will serve as council members. Mrs. Dale Williamson, leader has Mrs. Floyd Nelson as assistant leader. Golesburg Register-Moif, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, Sept. 10, 1963 J7_ Plan Open House A cushion under I hp rnrprt helps lengthen the life of your rug. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Mr. and Mrs. Russ Cunningham were the hosts at Monday evft. ning's couples bridge for flieflt* hers of Knox County Country Club at the Lake Bracken clubhouse. Winners of high scores among the women were Mrs. Charles Buckley and Mrs. Ray Streedain. Men winning high scores weft Virgil Elliott and Phil Wilson, who tied for first place with Mr. Elliott winning the draw. Mrs. H. R. Buckmaster and Sam Rubinfcld received the special prizps. Hosts for next week's play will be tho Ray Sfreedains. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! In Respect to our Beloved Employee MARY ROBERTSON WE WILL BE CLOSED Wed. Afternoon, Sept. 11 From 1:30 P.M. to 2:30 P.M. WOLFSIE'S FABRIC SHOP 337 E. Main St. Printed Wedding Invitations Napkins and Matches GIVE-A-GIFT, Webert 149 E. Main St. \^\\ mm Accepted f/^/ IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENING! # So that you may have first choice of seats before regular box office sale starts, i Send letter GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. 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