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10 Gatesburg jteg\tfer -Ma\\, Gqlesburg,. III. Monday, June 11, 1973 DAR Hosts Luncheon, Music Salutes America /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For Thi Ultimate In Wedding fashion* With The Perianal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USB OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY A musical "America—Your Country and My Country" was the program by Mrs. Paul Setterdahl of North Henderson at the annual Flag Day luncheon of the Rebecca Parke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Saturday at the Sheraton Inn. Mrs. Evert Winkler of North Henderson was the accompanist. Selections presented by Mrs. Decorate Your Home % With "2b, ecomuve hi 99 3L owerA and FOLIAGES To Brighten Your Home # Floral Center Pieces for Dining Table # Artificial Foliages for Mantle Area # Floor Plants VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM SEE GALESBURG'S LARGEST SELECTION 4 OF LIFE LIKE PERMANENT FLOWERS Anderson florists 128 N. BROAD — 342-8121 Setterdahl included "Let There Be Peace on Earth;" "National Anthem;" "America The Beautiful;" "America;" "This Is My Country;" "The American's Creed" and "God Bless America." Mrs. Jess Smith, regent, conducted the business meeting. The program was introduced by Mrs. Ray Johnston. The tables were decorated in the patriotic theme of red, white and blue flowers and flags. Mrs. Johnston and Mrs. F. E. Ryan were co-hostesses of the event assisted by Miss Marian Ward, Mrs. Charles Cochran, Mrs. Priscilla Eddy and Mrs. Charles Hillier. Mrs. Walter Johnson, senior president of the General Henry Knox Society of the Children of the American Revolution, told of the activities of the Grandmother's Club. Guests introduced were Mrs. Ada Branting of Knoxville, regent of the Lucretia Leffingwell Chapter and Miss Lisa Glass, C.A.R. member. Old Favorite The hot dog is a space age favorite — but did you know it was being made 700 years ago? The history books credit Frankfurt, Germany, with being b^th the birthplace and the source of the wame of frankfurters back in the 13th Century. The frank was introduced to the bun at the St. Louis Exposition in 1904 and they've been going steady ever since. 13-15 MALES' formal wearl "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5S14 After Six, Lord West, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St.. Galesburq URBANA — Hoimemaketfs attending the 36th annual Citizenship and Homemakefs Extension Organization Conference will be involved in a variety of activities to help them develop leadership nodes In their com mutinies. Registration for the three-day meeting begins at 8:30 a.m., June 13, in the University of Illinois Pennsylvania Avenue Residence Hall. Mrs. Joseph Ashforook, Rossville, president of the Illinois Homemakers Extension Federation (IHEF), reports that nrore than 500 women will attend. The conference opens with a luncheon, followed by a program to create an atmosphere of awareness. Knox County delegates for the three days are Mrs. Max Gale of Dahinda, county president of Homemakers Extension; Mrs. Guy Hinton, second vice president of Knox County Homemakers; Mrs. Stanley Olinger, former second vice president, who will be conducting one of the training sessions, and Mrs. DeWayne Holmes of Oneida. State Rep. John Hirschfeld will open the session with an address on "Understanding the Legislative Process." His talk will be foil-owed by "Consumer Photographers For Weddings This Week HUDDLE PHOTOOR A PH Y STUDIO 715 W. Losey St. How to get decorating help without paying for it In most furniture stores, the salesmen know all there is to know—about selling. But when it comes to decorating, what they know usually can't fill an ashtray. . Well, if you're tired of being over-sold and under-informed, visit our Ethan Allen Gallery. ' Free of charge, there will be a talented decorating expert at your disposal.To provide as much help as you'd like or as little. Our decorating experts are an unusua breed. Instead of talking you into buying something, they'll talk you out of buying it —if they don't think it's right for you. And just so they can properly advise you, they'll often draw up a floor plan of your home with you—room by room. To make your decorating even simpler, we' also introduce you to the Home Fashion Center. Here you can select from hundreds of fabrics and swatches of: drapery, upholstery, carpeting and rugs—plus dozens of pillows and bed- spreads.They'll add just the right finishing touches to help you create the rooms of your dreams. So, if you're looking for a little help and not a lot of pressure—in decorating your home- come visit us. Ethan Allen Galleries "We can help you have the home you want!' CARRIAGE HOUSE 248 E. SIMMONS ST. Across From New City Parking Lot classes conducted Extension special- Legislation" by U. of I. ists: — Lawrence O'Reilly, 'health specialist, "Legislative Happenings in Health." — Dorothy Goss, home man* agement and family economics specialist, "What Is Your Role in Consumer Legislation?" — Marjorie Mead, clothing and textiles specialist, "Textiles — Laws and Labels." — Irene Downy, food and nutrition specialist, "LegisMon in Foods and Nutrition." In keeping with the focus on citizenship, the program will include a talk by Mrs. Lilija Purins Murphy, wife of the executive director of the Greater Paducah Chamber of Commerce, Paducah, Ky. She will relate her trying experiences behind the Iron Curtain when her native Latvia was occupied by the Russians. All IHEF members are invited 'and encouraged to participate in the Elsie Mies Day program, Thursday. Mrs. Mies, president of the Illinois Home Bureau Federation from 1930 to 1934, was active in initiating the hick supper at 6:30 p.m. and a Citizenship Conference. A fundbusiness meeting at 8 p.m. in her memory helps finance the program. "Acceptlnga Leadership Rote" will be the goal for Elsie Mies Day. Mrs 1 . Minerva 0. Murphy, program leader with the USDA Extension Service Expanded Food and Nutrition Education Program, will-direct the participants in developing leadership skills. Highlighting the banquet will be an inspirational talk, "Walk With light" by Miss Dorothy Emerson of the National 4-H Club Foundation. During the closing session on Friday morning, conference participants will discuss the IHEF program of work and summarize the conference. More than 42,000 women in 98 county associations throughout Illinois are members of the group. The conference is sponsored jointly by the IHEF and the Cooperative Extension Service FORESTERS The National Catholic Society of Foresters, Court 251, will meet Tuesday at the Corpus Christi Social Room for a pot- Young Children Can Develop Music Ability URBANA - All children can develop musical ability if given the proper experiences and opportunities. However, the critical time for musical development is the early childhood years, says Robert B. Smith, University of Illinois of child development and music professor education. A new U. of I. circular, "Developing Music Abilities in Young Children" suggests some things parents can do to foster development in listening, rhythm, movement, and sing ing. The 12-page circular was prepared by Chad B. Howells, former Extension family life specialist, in consultation with Smith. The record that accoinpanics the circular contains selections that can be used with the listening program as well as with the singing and movement suggestions. Smith states that developing the ability to listen is crucial to a child's musical progress. Because of his eagerness to participate in any musical activity, the young child has the tendency to try to sing, move, or play before even listening to the music. Smith emphasizes that a child must learn to listen carefully before he develops his other musical abilities. In his studies, Smith found that participating in quality music experiences at a young age is particularly valuable for boys in developing vocal skills, interest and motivation, and general music achievement. Girls, on the other hand, develop musical skills without the early experience. His studies also showed that almost every child can learn to sing tunefully if given the proper opportunity and experience. This fact challenges the idea of tone deafness claimed by some. Teaching a song to your child can be rewarding experience shared by both parent and child. Time spent together in a good musical program can also enhance parent-child relationships now and later in life. • LET'S GO * SATURDAY, June 181h to Amnna, Iowa, slopping at the Birthplace of President Hoover. Local guide on the bus to tour the 7 villages. Family style dinner. Reservation due date, Wed., June 13th. Phone 342-4858 or 3426715. Alr-Conditloned bus. ' At last! A Father's Dav aift he won't hide in the closet FTD Terrariums usually available in a variety of sizes and prices. Terrarium as shown usually available , 4 - n nf for less than $ 15 00 Limited Supply, And you can send it by wire the FTD way Think about the gifts you give Dad that disappear right after Father's Day. This year, give him something different —something green and growing—a unique and lasting gift remir.d- ing him of you day after day. These miniature year-round gardens are green and flourishing and require almost no care at all. He'll be proud to have one at home or in his office. Supply is limited, but most FTD Florists have a full range of planted gifts to choose from. Call or visit your nearby FTD Florist today. He'll send yourgiftalmost anywhere in the United States or Canada. (Most FTD Florists accept major credit cards.) Surprise your Dad. Make this a Father's Day he'll never forget. •As «n independent businessman, e«ch FTD Member Flo/lst jets hij own prices. • J 973 Florists' Transworld Delivery Association, V

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