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To Demonstrate Encaustic Painting Wood carvings done by A. B. Chalstran will ornament the tables for the annual dinner meeting of Galesburg Civic Art League. Prof. Warren F. Doolittle of the University of Illinois faculty will present a demonstration of encaustic painting as the program for tl Saturday, Sept. 21. event. The time is 6:30 o'clock in the ballroom of Custer Inn. Plans have been under the direction of the co-chairmen, Mrs. Ed Pettit and Mrs. E. J. Dosing. Tickets are in charge of Mrs. Kenneth Dimond and Mrs. Mabel Bowden who ask that reservations be made by Thursday. Prof. Doolittle, who formerly taught at the University of Flori da, has been at Illinois since 1938 He teaches advanced undergrad uate and graduate painting. Con necticut is his native state and both his bachelor's and master's degrees were obtained in the East, the former from Yale and the latter from Syracuse University. Knowir for Murals His paintings have been shown widely in national and regional exhibitions and he is represented in numerous private and public collections. He also is well known for his murals and portraits. In 1953 he received a fellowship grant from the Ford Foundation and painted during that time in New York City. This year he has Area Director Is Named Miss Sheila Boyce, employed as field director the past three years for the Shabonee Girl Scout Council, Inc., will direct field activities in Galesburg and Warren County. She is a graduate of Marycrest College, majoring in social science. Mrs. Howard Miller, 319 S. Geneseo St., Geneseo, is newly-employed as field director of the Sha­ bonee Girl Scout Council, Inc. She is a graduate of the University of Illinois and has been employed this past year as field director in the Northwest Cook County Girl Scout Council in Des Plaines. The employment of Mrs. Miller completes the professional staff of the council. All are headquartered at the new courcil office location, 401 — 46th St., Moline. Mrs. Miller will direct field activities in Moline and East. Moline Miss Sheila Boyce neighborhoods, while Mrs. George Newman will serve Rock Island and Mercer County and. Mrs. Merle Anderson, Henry County and the more rural areas of Knox County. Mrs. Rex Felsman is the executive director. WANTED Receptionist for doctor's office. Please reply to P. O. Box 29, stating qualifications. Chapter to Note Friends' Night Final plans for Friends' Night, to be observed by Violet Chapter Order of Eastern Star on Tuesday evening, Sept. 24, were announced at this week's meeting in Masonic Temple when Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Spencer, worthy patron and matron, presided. Each officer has invited a friend to serve in his station and Mrs. James McFall is to be guest of honor. Petitions for membership were accepted and a class of candidates will be initiated Oct. 8. Members completing 20 and 25 years of continuous membership this year will be recognized on Member's Night Oct. 22. A rummage sale at 67 S. Seminary St., will be an event of Oct. 19. Honored by introduction and escort were T. L. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bradbury, Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy, Mrs. Hugh Woolam, Mrs. Emmert Griffith, Mrs. Wayne Adcock, Mrs. John Harper, Mrs. James McFall, Mrs. Georgia Hawley, Mrs. Ted Wilson, Mrs. Van Wallick, Mrs. Wheeler and Everett Olin. Memorial services were con­ ducted for the late Mrs. Walter Doty. Mrs. William Hudgel, Mrs. Jay Davis, Mrs. John Price and Mrs. Spencer were in "harge with Mrs. Wallick, organist. Mrs. Hugh Woolam, a member of the Grand Chapter International Temple committee, gave a brief account. of the building located in Washington, D. C. Here are the general headquarters for the world-wide order with "./[vs. Mamie Lander, right worthy grand secretary in charge. The building, formerly a private mansion, has been remodeled to house treasures from all over the world given by members of the order. The coin collection of ihe evening was donated to the temple maintenance fund. The social chairman, Mrs. Kenneth Smrz, assisted by Mrs. Victoria Waters and Mrs. Jessie Nesbit, decorated the serving table with a bouquet of garden flowers in a green crystal compote. ENROLL NOW NIGHT SCHOOL at BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE THANK YOU for the fine response to our request for information regarding interest in night school at Brown's Business College. In view of your response, we will offer the following course subjects: • SPEEDWRITING THEORY • SPEEDWRITING REVIEW • GREGG REVIEW • IBM KEY PUNCH • BEGINNING ACCOUNTING « ADVANCED ACCOUNTING • TYPEWRITING TIME: Each Wednesday night from 6:309:30, beginning September 18. LENGTH OF TIME: 18 weeks* ENROLLMENT: In the school offices between now and September 18. Offices open from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Weekdays and. 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon Saturdays. DON'T WAIT Prepare far « Better Position at BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE 119 SOUTH CHERRY Telephone 343-1619 spent several months of his sabbatical in Mexico. He served as critique for St. Joseph Community Painters for 10 consecutive years. It was during this time that he discovered the unusual primitive talent of the late Eda Sadler, who started painting at the age of 70 years. Under his guidance she had a one-man show at Marshall Field's Art Gallery. Her paintings were exhibited in Galesburg in the fall of 1961. Prof. Doolittle has done numerous encaustic paintings. The process involves the use of wax colors fixed with heat so that the colors are burned in. The artist uses a blow torch to accomplish this. PP Parley Has Dinner Meeting American Legion Auxiliary Past Presidents Parley met in the Oak Room of the American Beauty Restaurant for the September dinner and conference. Mrs. Robert Sexton, chairman, appointed Mrs. Max Jones as secretary; Mrs. Lowell Johnston, treasurer and Mrs. Arthur Carrier, chaplain. In charge of social activities will be Mrs. Fred Lindquist and Mrs. John Babbitt and Mrs. John T. Parks will handle publicity.- October meeting will be at Holiday Inn. for and about omen Fairway Winners LAKE BRACKEN Winners in Knox County Country Club women's golf play on Tuesday were first flight: Miss Ann Weinmann, first and Mrs. Stanley Helwig, second. Second flight winners were Mrs. Frank Shank, first and Mrs. Herbert Ericsson, second. Prizes were for first and third blind bogey. SANDBURG COTTAGE Visitors may call at the Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., Sunday afternoon when Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff will be present to receive guests from 1 to 5 o'clock. The cottage is open week days from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning and from 1 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. f-^ian (Gourde of- Study Nurses to Be Given District Member Privileges A representative group of eight professional nurses from Knox, Warren ' Henderson counties attended a business meeting of Henry, Rock Island and Mercer counties Tuesday at the TB Sani- torium in Rock Island. After the reading of a letter from the redistricting committee of the 8th District and recommendations of the 5th District Board of Directors, Mrs. Hazel Gabrielson, president, received a unanimous "ote frorr. the membership of these counties to give all professional nurses from the Galesburg, Monmouth and Knoxville area tlv privilege of becoming members of Districts for 1964. Professional interest and membership participation is anticipated. Further information will be published later. Galesburg Register-Moif, Golesburg, HI. Saturday, Sept. 14, T963 3 nnounce 1 d • • • Miss Charlene Huff Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Huff, 2624 N. Broad St., m* nouncc the engagement and approaching marriage oi their daughter, Charlene Rene, to David M. Lindquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lindquist, 1342 N. Seminary St. Miss Huff is employed as shipping clerk for Alton Box Board Co. Her fiance ~" attended Western Illinois University, Macomb, and was graduated from Business Automation Institute in Chicago. He is employed at Alcoa Aluminum Co. of America, as a Univac operator in the accounting department. A winter wedding is being planned. Miss Charlene Huff The Supplementary Course Program for Elementary School Children will begin its second year on Sept. 23 with an expanded curriculum which offers Spanish and Creative Dramatics in addition to the classes in French, art, music appreciation, dancing and swimming and diving started last year. The purpose of the Supplementary Course Program is to provide classes which will channel the creativity of the growing child to help him deal with his own experiences and to increase his enjoyment and knowledge of the world about him. Registrations for the current school year are now being accepted. Enrollments are limited in number. Information regarding the courses given on the Knox College campus may be obtained from Mrs. Philip Haring, 30 Hillcrest. Creative Arts Art, which gives the pupil an opportunity to explore various media and art forms, will be taught by Mrs. Harland Goudie. The course trains the child in sketch- THE GROUP PICTURED above from left to right, Mrs. Thomas Tourlentes, Mrs. Rowland K. Chase, Mrs. Jorge Prats and Mrs. Robert McLaughlin are working on plans for the Supplementary Course Program for Elementary School Children which will begin on the Knox campus Sept. 23. Spanish, being taught by Mrs. Prats, and Creative Dramatics, by Mrs. Chase, will be added to this year's curriculum. Mrs. Tourlentes will teach the music appreciation course again, and Mrs. McLaughlin, the dancing. The program is presented under the auspices of the Knox Kindergarten and Nursery School Association. ing, sculpture, painting and printmaking. It also develops his powers of observation and introduces him to the work and ideas of others through comparative studies and visits to exhibits. Mrs. Goudie received her Master of Fine Arts degree from the State University of Iowa. Interpretative Dancing will be taught again this year by Mrs. Robert McLaughlin, who studied Creative Dance at Wisconsin and Northwestern universities. She has taught dancing at the Universities of Arizona and Redlands and at Knox College. The Music Workshop will be expanded to include vocal as well as instrumental and orchestral music. Musical instruments are brought in to class so the pupils Drexel and Jferritf PRESENT ITS UME m§HVM TIME ft&g Sunday, September 15 Featuring Furniture by Drexel * SEE IT ON: SUNDAY IN COLOR IN: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE PEORIA JOURNAL STAR SEE IT IN: SEE IT AT; HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, HOUSE McCALL'S, BETTER HOMES GARDEN, GARDENS BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE 463-465 MULBERRY s may hear them and try them out. The symphony orchestra is analyzed and the work of the conductor explained. The development of musical themes is studied and the pupils are encouraged to write musical compositions of their own. Visits to the Galesburg Symphony in rehearsal and to other concerts contribute to stimulate the child's enjoyment in studying an instrument and in listening to music. No instrument is required. Mrs. Thomas Tourlentes, who conducts this course, received her Master's degree in music from Indiana University and has taught lwic in the Galena public school system. The Creative Dramatics course will be taught by Mrs. Rowland K. Chase. The course is designed to give a child self-assurance in expressing his ideas effectively (Continued on page 7) Calendar of Meetings DAR Rebecca Parke Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will observe Constitution Day with a meeting Tuesday at the chapter house on North Chambers Street at 2 o'clock in the afternoon Mrs. Wendell DeMoss, first division director, will be the speaker. TRI PSI Psi Psi Psi will meet with Mrs. Fred Clark at Lake Bracken Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. ARMY MOTHERS CLUB Army Mothers Club will meet Tuesday at the Lrons Shelter at Lake Storey for a potluck dinner at noon. Those planning to attend are being reminded to bring cookies for the Red Cross. In case of rain the meeting will be cancelled. DEMOLAY MOTHERS DeMolay Mothers Club will convene Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Masonic Temple. ALPHA IOTA ALUMNAE Alpha Iota Alumnae Chapter will meet at 6:30 o'clock Monday evening in the home of Mrs. E. R. Masters, 529 N. Kellogg St. ST. MARY'S AUXILIARY St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary will meet at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon in the Doctors' Room at the hospital. Mrs. Harold Himwich will be the speaker. HAMMOND ORGAN SOCIETY Members of the Western Illinois Hammond Organ Society will meet at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co., 564 N. Henderson St. AERIE AND AUXILIARY Eagles Aerie and Auxiliary will be hosts to Zone 2 preparatory meeting at 7:30 o'clock this evening at the Eagles Club and on Sunday state officers will be honored by the auxiliary. Mrs. Mary Alice Downing, state president, and all state officers will be guests at dinner Saturday evening at the club with Mrs. Clarence Wilson in charge. Peoria ritual and drill teams will be in charge of the ritual work on Sunday when a potluck dinner will be served at noon. Members planning to attend are being asked to bring a dish of food. KNOXV1LLE MUSEUM Hosts Sunday afternoon at the Knox County Museum in the old Kaoxville Courthouse will be Thomas Pickrel and Carlisle Smith. Hours are from 2 to 5 o'clock. Miss Constance Kennedy . . • T h o engagement and forthcoming marriage of Miss Constance Joan Kennedy to Ronald Edwin Summers of Elgin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Summers of Macomb, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry F. Kennedy, 425 W. First St. The wedding date will be April 11. Miss Kennedy was graduated from St. Ambrose College Division of Nursing in Davenport, Iowa, and is employed as a staff nurse at St. Mary's Hospital. Miss Constance Kennedy Mr. Summers attended St. Ambrose College. He is employed by Jewel Tea Co. In Chicago. Wedding Is in Quincy Miss Sue Ann Ikerd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marston L. Ikerd, former Abingdon residents, now of Quincy, became the bride of James Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hawkins of Quincy, Sunday at the First READ THE WANT ADS! I6'2 Beauty Shoo 343-2112 Balcony Tois 'n Tweens agfwectnie % trip to out PERMANENT SPECIAL 395 UTILE MISS HAItetJTS from Wo- NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY Christian Church in Quincy. Rev. Bert Sutton read the ceremony. Guests were seated by Rollin Swanson, Galesburg, cousin of the bride, and Gary Williamson of Quincy. Best man for his cousin was Gary Clapper of Quincy and groomsmen included Wilbur Conover, another cousin of the bridegroom, and Richard Discher, both of Quincy. Ringbearcr was Scotty Swanson of Galesburg. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a wedding gown of white satin faced peau de soie over bridal taffeta. Fashioned with a rounded neckline, the full skirt dress was designed with a fitted bodice which blended at the waistline into the skirt, marked at the sides with hand-appliqued Alencon lace designs with frosted seed pearls and sequins. Veiling was caught to a crown of triple loops of peau de soie trimmed with seed pearls. Iced mint and golden fern green were the colors for the two-hued dresses worn by the attendants. Each had matching circlet hats with circular maline veils. Miss Ruth Kydan of Quincy was maid of honor, Mrs. Robert Trav- ersino, Abingdon, cousin of t h e bride, and Mrs. Richard Fischer, bridesmatrons, and Miss Cathy Ikerd, sister of the bride, junior bridesmaid. A reception followed at the church for the newlyweds, who will reside in Quincy. Both were graduated from Quincy High School, she in 1962, and he in 1901, and both are employed at Moorman's Manufacturing Co. The bride also was graduated from Gem City Business College. 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