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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 13, 1963
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? Q <5flte.sby.rfl Register-Mail, Galesburg, Friday, Sept, 13, 1963 tor and about We omen At Altrusa Club i^omtation ^9d ^aca t Using the umbrella as a symbol of the organization, Miss Doris Nelson likened each part of the Altrusa organization to its structure. Thursday's meeting at the Custer Inn was in charge of the Altrusa Information Committee and featured tiny blue and whi e umbrellas at each place setting. "The umbrella consists 1 of a cover, which represents Altrusa Information; the frame, Altrusa International, and the handle, the i^rideS-elect ^Jdonored at SkowerA Miss Karen Smith Saturday evening's rehearsal dinner in the Walnut Room of the American Beauty Restaurant will be the concluding event given for Miss Karen Smith and her fiance, Paul Robert Jehling, prior to their marriage on Sunday. Hosts for the event will be Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jehling of Cambridge, parents of the bridegroom- elect. Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith, 1190 W. Grove St., and her fiance, will exchange wedding vows Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church. On Aug. 23, a miscellaneous shower was given for the bride- elect by Mrs. Lloyd Roach, Mrs. Arnold Strand, Mrs. Hazel Nelson, Mrs. Glen Carlson, Mrs. Paul Aller and Mrs. Allen Jehling, at the library in Cambridge. Gifts were arranged around and under a blue and white umbrella The serving table was decorated in the bride-to-be's selected wedding colors of blue and white with a blue and white flower centerpiece. Other flower arrangements decorated the room. Refreshments were served with serving honors being accorded to the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Smith and her fiance's mother, Mrs, Jehling. A reading was given in honor of the couple and appropriate solos and duets were sung. July Party Hostesses at a miscellaneous shower on July 19 were Miss Yvonne Eager, Miss Nancy Reynolds, Mrs. William Reynolds and Mrs. Everett Eager in whose home at 765 Maple Ave. the party was given. Games were played and gifts were arranged on a table decorated with a blue parasol. An arrangement of blue and white daisies centered the refreshment table. Serving honors were given the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Smith and her sister, Miss Pam Smith. Guest List Those attending one or more of previously Irving the parties and not mentioned were Mrs Swensrud, Mrs. Tom- Donovan, Miss Eila Hiler, Mrs. Warren Morris, Miss Sharon Rissing, Miss Becky Meldrum, Miss Harlene PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Reg. $12.50 $-f 50 for # complete Jeanne, Tina, Pauietfe, Nadine LYONEL'S Beauty Salon BANK OF GALESBURG BLDG. 342-6334 Mast, Miss Dottle Yates, Mrs. Larry Miller, Mrs. Fred Griffith, Mrs. Paul Holmes, Mrs. Carol Duffey, Miss Barbara Swensrud, Mrs. Jerry Forbes. Also, Mrs. Jim Mecum, Mrs. Al Aller, Mrs. Leo Faulkner, Mrs. Roger Rosenberry, Mrs. Alice Clark, Mrs. Dee Munson, Mrs. Laura Matson, Mrs Dorothy Moody, Mrs. Gora Bowman, Miss Nina Hepner, Mrs. Grace Oliver, Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. William Grier, Miss Orlana Faulkner. Also, Miss Leona Armpriest, Miss Clarice Mcintosh, Mrs. Janice Harwood, Mrs. Adele Bayless, Mrs. Sherman Bennett, -Mrs. Anna Bergfeld, Mrs. Ethel Laub, Mrs. Hilma Nelson, Mrs. Leona Hultman, Mrs. Rosemary Fikc, Miss Cheryl Fike, Mrs. Cy Reed, Mrs. Marie Spiegel, Mrs. Dale Hendrickson, Mrs. Pat Rumley, Mrs. Marion Lewis, Miss Sandi Lewis. Also, Mrs. Helen Seeker, Mrs. Doris Seibert, Mrs. Irene Roach, Mrs. Dorothy Roach, Miss Linda Roach, Mrs. Lawrence Sullivan, Mrs. Shirley Johnson, Mrs. Karol Strand, Mrs. Iola Whitman, Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Julian Smith, Miss Sandra Smith and Miss Donna Smith. From Williamsf ield. •. WILLIAMSFIELD - Some 112 guests assembled Friday evening in the Legion Hall to honor Miss Donna Blust, bride-elect of Don Secrist, with a prenuptial shower. Mrs. Donald Kneer of the hostess committee welcomed the guests and introduced Miss Diana Hayden of Petersburg, who entertained with two vocal selections, "I Have Dreamed" from "The King and I," and "I Enjoy Being a Girl," from "Flower Drum Song." She was accompanied by Mrs. Wilma King. Seated at a table skirted with blue and white crepe paper, the honoree was assisted by her sister, Miss Teresa Blust and Miss Louise Webb, as she opened her shower gifts. Presenting her the packages and passing the gifts (Continued on page 11) Galesburg Altrusa Club," stated Miss Nelson, chairman, as she introduced the program centered around club information. Continuing she stated the ribs were the committee chairmen; the membership fastened the ribs to the cover and these were all tied together by the program coordinator. The metal tip is used as the probe to search out projects that will serve the community and the board of directors guide the way after the president has raised the umbrella. "No matter how beautiful the umbrella is, it must be of service," she concluded. Theme for the year is "Focus on Service." As part of the program, standing committee chairmen, Mrs. James Witte, Vocational Services; Mrs. Berl Not'd, International Relations; Mrs. Beulah Gill, Public Affairs, and Miss Nelson, Altrusa Information, told of plans for the ensuing year. Also appearing on the program were Miss Helen Federspiel, membership, and Miss Isabelle E. Jennings, program co-ordina- tor. Give Reports Altrusa International convention information was brought to the group by delegates, Mrs. B. > E. Manworren, president, and 1 Mrs. Helen Snyder, who attended the convention in Philadelphia, Pa., in July. Reporting on the work sessions and planning meetings, Mrs. Manworren selected the massing of the flags at the beginning session as one of the highlights. She pointed out there were 514 clubs, wfth seven new ones in England, and three in India. Clubs are being organized in Australia and Africa, many by students, receiving grants-in-aid, an educational project sponsored by Altrusa International, who will form the nucleus for the new clubs. Mrs. Snyder concluded her report with comments about Pauline Frederick, NBC News correspondent, whose banquet topfc was "Dead End and Dead Lines." She stressed that "it is what we do not know that we condemn." During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Manworren, the budget as presented by Mrs. Beulah McGaughy, finance committee chairman, was adopted. Members of the Committee in charge of the meeting included Miss Nelson, moderator; Miss Violet Fineran, who explained- the motto; Miss Ruth Emstrorn, who led the group singing; Mrs. Robert W. Simon and Mrs. Frank Skrivan. Fall flower bouquets decorated the tables. Girls' State Delegate Reports to Auxiliary Mrs. Donald Standard, president, greeted assembled members Thursday evening in the Legion Home when the Ralph M. Noble Unit 285, American Legion Auxiliary, held its first meeting of the year. A report of Girls' State was given by Miss Deana Cook who was elected treas- Future Brides iiiiiiiiiiilllii iiriifSffi^^ £lxplt xplaind *ljnited ^und After Charles Schneider, president, opened the New comer Club meeting Thursday evening at Northgate Lanes, Cleon Johnson of Cleon Johnson Investment Company, told the merits of the Knox County United Fund - Red Cross Appeals single solicitation and re duced administrative expense. Mr. Johnson answered questions regarding United Fund and in conclusion per sonally welcomed the newcom ers to Galesburg. New chairwomen for the group are Mrs. Jon Bristol, member' ship, and Mrs. Harold Johnson, bowling. Guests of the club were Mr, and Mrs. Harold Wickman, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Mason. Ten prizes given during the evening and bridge prizes were donated by sponsors of the club. Mrs. Ronnie Long and Mrs. Eugene Turve'y served refreshments following social dancing and bridge. It was announced that anyone interested in couples bridge on Saturday evenings may call Mrs. Gifford Worden. Shrine Resumes Meetings After Summer Recess After a 2-month intermission, Bethel Shrine, Order of the. White Shrine of Jerusalem, convened in the lodge room at Masonic Tern pie Wednesday evening with Mrs. Leo Cash Sr., worthy high priestess, and Ray Johnston, watchman of shepherds, presiding. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Manworren, deputy supreme watchman of shepherds and district chairman of material objective, respectively, were escorted, welcomed and introduced, as were nine past worthy high priestesses and five past watchman of shepherds. Petitions "were read and received and simi-annual reports of the secretary and treasurer were read. Members stood in prayer in respect for three deceased members. Mrs. Ray Lankford reported on the recent ice cream social. Announcement was made of the chicken supper sponsored by Violet Chapter this evening in the dinhig room at Masonic Temple and of the potluck at 6:30 o'clock preceding the next Shrine meeting Sept. 25. Meat will not be furnished, as has been the custom at previous potluck events. A gift of money was presented Hams and a birthday song was sung in his honor. Mrs. Sarah Peterson, a visitor from Urban Shrrne, Urban, Ohio, was welcomed. The social hour in the dining room was in charge of Mrs. Birdsail and Miss Hallberg. Look for a lot of the quilted cottons in the back-to-school fashions. They come as jackets, vests and skirts in provincial and novelty designs, to be "scrambled," % or in older fashion terms, "mixed to Mr. Johnston by Warren' Wil-' and matched." Home Furnishings THE RUG of the MONTH Bring us your home decorating problems. Get our new decorating book free with your purchase. IMPORTED BRAIDED RUGS Wool Blend, Siies 2x3 up to 9x10 Prices $2.45 to $42.50 A new mutual syndicate-feature purchase brings to Kellogg's this feature rug of the month in these special sizes and feature prices. OPEN MONDAY 12 NOON TO 9 P.M. FRIDAY 9:30 A.Mf TO 9 KELLOGG'S - for HOME FASHIONS Miss Joyce Buckert Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Buckert of Monmouth announce the engagement. of their daughter Joy, to Michael Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gordon of Knoxville. Miss Buckert was graduated from Monmouth High School and is a 1963 graduate of Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing. She is employed at Cot- tago Hospital as a surgical nurse. Mr. Gordon, a graduate of Knoxville Pligh Sohool, is employed at Gale Products, Galesburg. A spring wedding is being planned. Miss Martha Glendening... The engagement of Miss Martha Glendening to Larry Frakes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Locke Sedwick of Moline, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Glendening, 562 Phillips St. The couple will pledge wedding vows Saturday, Sept. 21, at o'clock in the evening at Advent Christian Church. Miss Glendening, a Galesburg High School graduate, attended Methodist Hospital School of Nursing in i eoria. Her fiance, a graduate of Alexis High School, is a member of the Air Police, stationed at Scott Air Force Base, Belleville. Emmanuel WSCS Has Luncheon Woman's Society of Christian Service of Emmanuel Methodist Church met at the Lake Bracken home of Mrs. A. T. Lindberg Thursday for a noon luncheon. The afternoon business meeting was conducted by Mrs. M. Wilfred Johnson, president. Plans were made for the annual bazaar and supper to be in November and also for a luncheon to be served Sept. 30 to members of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Club, Devotions were led by Mrs. William Swanson. Rev. Ralph Dude, minister of the church, was in charge of the program the topic of which was, "Our Mission Today." Bateman School Reunion To Be Sept, 27 When members of the planning committee for the Old Bateman School Reunion met Thursday morning the date for the annual potluck dinner event to be at the Galesburg Woman's Club was set for Friday, Sept. 27 at 12 o'clock noon. Meet and coffee will be furnished by the committee. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring their own table service and a dish of food. All former Bateman School pupils and teachers are invited. CIVIC NU-COMERS The monthly luncheon of Civic Nu-Comers will be Tuesday at 12:45 o'clock at Holiday Inn. From Lomax... Mr. and Mrs. Gail F. Bowlyow, Lomax, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Bonnie Sue, to Loren Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Johnson, Carman. The marriage will be solemnized at Carman Methodist Church Sunday afternoon, Sept. 22, at 2:30 o'clock. Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony. urer of her city and a delegate from her county. Invocation was given by Mrs. Charles Foster, chaplain. Colors were posted by sergeant- at-arms Mrs. Earl Carter and Mrs. W. H. Purcell. The National Anthem was sung, accompanied by Mrs. Esther DeWeese. Mrs. John Babbitt, finance chairman, presented the budget for the commg year, which was approved as corrected. Membership drive report was given by Mrs. Robert Johnson and new membership, by Mrs. Verne Larimer. Mrs. John T.' Parks, junior past president, called for report of the convention from the attending delegates, Mrs. Donald Standard, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Verne Larimer, Mrs. William Lewis and Mrs. Gene Junk. Receives Gavel Mrs. Robert Sexton received the past president's gavel from Mrs. Gordon Mullooly at the past president's dinner held at the American Beauty restaurant prior to the meeting. The dinner was attended by 14 past presidents. Knox County Council of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold their dinner meeting in Yates City on Thursday evening, Sept. 19, at 7 o'clock with a joint installation of officers. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Donald Standard. Mrs. Ernest Peterson, ways and means chairman, announced that throughout the years numerous projects will be planned to support the program. The first project is an ice cream socia at the Legion Home on Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 17 serving from 5:30 to 8:30 o'clock. The public is invited. Also a basement sale is being planned for Oct. 25 and 26. Mrs. Parks was accorded serving honors at a table centered with an autumn arrangement and white tapers. Mrs. Wayne Wilson, socia chairman, was assisted by Mrs. Lloyd Laird, Mrs. Bill Richard son and Mrs. Merton Helvick. Named Woman of The Year 1 ' ». m ,f j V, ,ii'\ r 1 '•Hffpni I MRS. DAVID NELSON (above), 1578 Willard St., was named woman of the year by the Galonis Chapter of the American Business Woman's Association at a recent meeting of the local chapter. Mrs. Nelson, the club president, will receive her formal award at the national convention in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 19. An employe of Sears Roebuck and Co. for the past 15 years, she is active in community affairs. eremony. c l/^ead JtCk Hoffman read ceremony at Mrs. Kenneth ape Miss Hazel Irene Brooks, daughter of Mrs. Nadine M. Brooks, 1167 McClure St., and Kenneth Leroy Jackson, son of Mrs. Zelma D. Jackson, 1059 McClure St., were married Aug. 24 in the chapel of First Methodist Church. Dr. Joseph C. the single ring which Mr. and Myers, of Abingdon, served as attendants for the couple. The bride selected for her wedding a sleeveless blue chiffon over pale yellow satin dress styled with draped neckline and she had a blue feather circle hat. Later, members of the bridal party had a wedding supper at the home of the bridegroom's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Jackson, 381 Michigan Ave. The newlyweds are residing at 1167 McClure St. The bridegroom is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Ever run out of nutrneats while making cookies: Here's a good substitute: Crush sugar-coated cereal lightly and add to the batter. A PLANTER? For Office or Home visit Ferris-Long Greenhouse 65 locust St. Calendar of Meetings ROUND TABLE CLUB Round Table Club will begin the new season Monday afternoon with a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Lake Bracken home of Mrs. E. C. Holmquist. "Summer Memories" is the theme for roll call. Members are being requested to take a can of any one of these fruit juices for the Red Cross Blood Center: orange, pineapple, grapefruit or orange-pineapple blend. Tomato juice cannot be used. FARNRAM PTA Farnham Parent-Teacher Association will meet Monday afternoon at the school. A social hour at 3 o'clock will precede the 3:30 o'clock meeting. A film entitled, "Children Come First" will be shown. GIA to B of LE Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will convene at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon dt the American Legion Home. TRI DELT ALUMNAE Delta Delta Delta Alumnae Chapter will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. John Bowman near Abingdon. Anyone wishing transportation is being asked to call Mrs. Paul Peters, 1142 N. Broad St. The Bowman home is the second house on the right-hand side of the highway going south on Route 41 out of Abingdon. It is situated near a lake. IMMACULATE HEART PTA Parent-Teacher Association of Immaculate Heart of Mary School will meet Sunday at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the school cafeteria. Following the business meeting, there will be parent- teacher conferences in the classrooms. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Ten tables of bridge were at play at the Knox County Country Club Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Hollas Hansen served as chairman. Prizes were won by Mrs. H. T. Willsie, Mrs. T. R. Churchill, with Mrs. Churchill also a grand slam winner. Special prize was won by Mi's. Charles Buckley. Mrs. Joe Schrader will be chairman for the women's card party next Thursday afternoon at the clubhouse. Brush top sides of eight canned pineapple slices with a couple of tablespoons of melted butter or margarine and sprinkle with a quarter cup of light brown sugar. Broil about four inches from heat source for ten to twelve minutes. Serve hot on sponge-cake slices w'th whipped cream for an utterly delicious dessert. To Sponsor Nutrition, Weight Control Classes Nutrition and Weight Control classes sponsored by the Knox County Heart Association will be conducted two hours weekly for an 8-week period beginning: Monday afternoon, Sept. 30, 1:30-3:30 o'clock at the American Legion Home, East North Street, Galesburg, with Mfs. Ray Kreig, instructor. Monday evening, Sept. 30, 7-9 o'clock at the Wataga Lutheran Church, Wataga. (Those surrounding communities are invited to attend), with Mrs. Vincent Holmes, instructor. Wednesday evening, Oct. 2, 7:30-9:30 o'clock at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Conference Room, North Seminary Street, with Mrs. Len Gulson, instructor. Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3, 1:30-3:30 o'clock at the First Christian Church, corner of Broad and East North Street, Galesburg, with Mrs. William Jewsbury, instructor. A registration fee is payable upon entry to the first class. Students must present a signed referral from their doctors. Referral forms should be sent to Mrs. Evelyn MacFadden, 424 Clark St., Galesburg, not later than Sept. 25. Those wishing further information may obtain it from Mrs. MacFadden. Introduces Teachers Teachers were introduced by Mrs J. E. Gotchef, principal, at the Tuesday afternoon meeting of the Rose Hoben Welch Parent- Teacher Association in the all- purpose room at the school. As each was introduced they spoke of their summer activities. Mrs. Jack Potter, president* presided at the business meeting at which time the Rose Hoben Welch Fall Festival on Sept. 19 was announced. Serving at the school will begin at 5:30 o'clock in the afternoon and continue until 8:30 o'clock in the evening. The district fall conference will be at the Aledo High School Oct. 8. The first grade room was honored and was the recipient of the attendance prize. Miss Miriam Lester, first grade teacher, gave a resume of what to expect of a first grade pupil. Refreshments were served at individual tables where parents were seated with their child's teacher. Mrs. Forrest Pratt was in charge of the social hour with sixth grade mothers assisting. WANTED Receptionist for doctor's office. Please reply to P. O. Box 29, stating qualifications. t "LOOK" to the Give-A-Gift .VEBERS 149 i. Main St. for Fine Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 Week Back fo school bargains in Baldwin-built pianos to give your child a head start S on piano lessons Rent a New Spinet Piano AS LOW AS 11/ PER MONTH (Rental Applies On Purchase) SEPTEMBER SPECIAL!! NEW SPINET PIANOS FAMOUS BRANDS - F "J" MAHOGANY or WALNUT, *Afifi^ GUARANTEED 10 YEARS. 4QCI U P Central Illinois' Largest Music Store 1299 N. Henderson Galesburg Across from Arlans Phone 3434914

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