Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 11, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 11, 1963
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14 Qafesburg Register-Moil, GalesburgJ1J, _ Wed., Sept, 11,1963 actai nn oun cement s . . . ALTRUSA CLUB Altrusa Club will meet Thurs- i" day evening at 6:30 o'clock at T the Custer Inn for a dinner and : meeting. Members of the Al- trusa Information Committee . will be in charge, with Miss Doris Nelson as chairman. FRIENDLY SQUARES Friendly Squar es, square dance club, will meet Saturday evening at the Docey Doe Club on the Lake Bracken Road. Dancing will begin at 8 o'clock. All western-style square dancers are welcome. Anyone interested in square dance lessons may contact Bob McFarland, 1572 Webster St., instructor. GAMMA ClS CHAPTER Gamma Chi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority will have a business meeting Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Philip Crouch, 1261 Parkview Circle. SUGAR FREE less than Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. ROSE HOBEN WELCH PTA "Getting to Know You" is the program for the Parent-Teacher Association meeting Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock in the all purpose room at Rose Hoben Welch school. A nursery will be provided. GRUBB SCHOOL ICE CREAM SOCIAL A "monster" and movies will be extra features this year at the annual Grubb School ice cream social to be Thursday from 6 o'clock to 8 o'clock on the school lawn. There will be a fish pond for the children. Tickets are available on the grounds. Public is invited. LEGION AUXILIARY Ralph M. Noble Unit 285 of the Galesburg Auxililary of the American Legion will meet at 8 o'clock at the Legion Home Thursday evening. A report of Girls* State will be given by Miss Diana Cooke. GRANDMOTHERS CLUB Knox County Grandmothers Club will have its annual meeting Monday at First Christian Church at 6 o'clock in the evening. The dinner meeting will feature a "back to school" theme. Those attending are being asked to make reservations by Friday noon with Mrs. A. L. Bradbury, 2121 N. Broad St., or Mrs. Charles Cochran, 76 Aliens Ave. WRC Woman's Relief Corps will convene at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon in IOOF Hall. District officers will be honored at a potluck dinner at 12 o'clock noon preceding the afternoon meeting. WOMAN'S FELLOWSHIP Woman's Fellowship of East Main Street Congregational Church will meet at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon. A board meeting at 1 o'clock and lea at 1:30 o'clock will precede the meeting. PAVLOV'S FAMOUS DOG responded to the ringing of a bell, but Pudgy, 3, responds to (he tune of the ice cream man. Of the two trucks that cover South Seminary street, only one, the one driven by Jimmy Johnson, will send Pudgy to the door begging for his treat. As a special compensation the day this picture was taken, Pudgy had chocolate, usually it's vanilla. One must watch one's weight, you know. The only thing Mrs. Elmer Baughman, 709 S. Seminary St., hasn't figured out yet Is how to teach the boxer to carry the coin. Incidenally Pudgy is very neat; he can cat the whole cone and not spill a drop. He also waits his turn. BAPTIST MISSION SOCIETY At the meeting of Woman's Mission Society of First Baptist Church Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in Fellowship Hall, a dramatic skit will be presented by Mrs. Robert Higgins and Mrs. Jack Miller. The "action" program suggests that women bring containers of fall flowers to be distributed to shut-ins in home calls. Board members will convene at 12:45 o'clock m the Lounge. JOH Club Meets In, Erickson Home JOH Club members met in the home of Mrs. Curtis Erickson, 1034 Mulberry St., Tuesday with games of bunco furnishing the afternoon's diversion. Mrs. Alfred Hayden won the prize for high score and other prizes went to Mrs. Robert Snyder, Mrs. Richard Howland and Mrs. James Howland. BLACK BROTHERS WALLPAPER SALE SALE STARTS THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th Includes Imperial Washable Wallpaper ROLLS FOR THE PRICE OF ONE PLUS A large selection of beautiful patterns, selling regularly at 59c or over per single roll. Nowl You can buy one roll at regular price which entitles you to another roll for only U. Border and ceiling papers at regular prices. BUY NOW WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE! 1st Roll Regular Price - 2nd Roll ONLY 1c BROTHERS MAIN and SEMINARY CALL 342-0174 District Deputy Is Guest Mfss Isabel Phalen, of Davenport, Iowa, district deputy, was the guest of honor at the Wood bine Camp 445, Royal Neighbors of America, Tuesday when the group assembled in the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Guy Moon, oracle, presided. Mrs. Nina Clendenin served as flag bearer pro tern. Miss Phalen spoke to the group concerning the county convention scheduled for Oct. 31 at Moose Hall in Galesburg. It was announced a rummage sale would be held Oct. 4 and 5 at 68 S. Seminary St., with Mrs. Alice Morrison as chairman. A report of the recent ice cream social was given. Refreshments were served and a social hour concluded the evening. Conducts Meeting Mrs. L. A. German presided at the business meeting of Unit 51 of Mothers of World War II Tuesday in the American Legion Hall. Announcement was made of District 15 meeting to convene Thursday, Sept. 19 in Colona. Members voted to send $5 to the District for their project. Mrs. Marie Callahan, Americanism chairman, told about a patient in the hospital at Iowa City expressing the appreciation of patients from this area for t h e Galesburg Register-Mail. The War Mothers Organization has sponsored this project for many years. Members and friends are being urged again to write their Congressmen asking them to vote against the omission of the words "Under God" in the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag, Mrs. Iva Cecil, President of Phi Mu Mothers When Phi Mu Mothers Club met in the home of Mrs. George Schugman in Abingdon Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Leo Munson Sr. as assisting hostess, dessert luncheon was served at quartet tables decorated in a fall motif. Rooms of the home were bright with fall colors of brown and gold and yellow. At a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. E. G. Mureen, officers for the coming year were installed. Mrs. Iva Cecil, president, will be assisted by Mrs. A. M. Larsen, vice president; Mrs. D. N. Youngren, secretary, and Mrs. Miles Curtis, treasurer. Mrs. Cecil was presented with a Phi Mu mother's pin. Reports of committee were given and correspondence read and acted upon. New committees were appointed for the coming year. Mrs. Fred Windish was welcomed as a new member. Games of bridge and canasta were played and prizes in bridge went to Mrs. Walter Moore and Mrs. E. G, Mureen. Canasta winners were Mrs. J. R. Kanan and Mrs. C. E. Wood. Exp] nitis f Ttift#»ft«- |fr° m d e,rcu8 bv Wendell ttoztek* wins uiuicu \ cf< Tjm whlt6) Petef Am | erso ,i (Continued from page 13) from Mrs. Crouse, Mrs. C. L. Peterson, Mrs. Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis and Charles Peterson; records from George Glbb; books and records from Mrs Ed Pettit; various vegetables from Mr. Stackhouse, Wendell Holmes of Rural Route 1, C. Christianson and C. Lovell; and money made and Tim Szerlong. Before painting natural brown hardboard, seal with latex paint, enamel undercoater, a primer- sealer or shellac. After this has dried, apply a top coat of semi- gloss enamel with brush or roller. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! and also the omission of the last stanza of the National Anthem in which are the words "In God Is Our Trust." "LOOK" to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. 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