Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 17, 1963 · Page 8
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• i • V 4 8 Galesburd Register-Moil, Golesbur S 4 I 9 i n _ t i * > 1 * t onvene Douglas Douglas School Parent-Teacher Association opened the year with a family pothtck supper at the school Monday evening. Over one hundred members and children were present. Fred Steller, principal, introduced the new teachers and the new office secretary. The returning teachers told briefly how they had spent the summer. Mrs. James Louderman, president, introduced the officers and committees. After room count, which was won by Mrs. Athol Odell's first grade in the lower grades and Mrs. Nellie Lammerts' fifth and sixth in the upper grades, the group took part in a Sing Along with Glenn Gore and Mrs. Howard Sundberg. Mrs. Lammerts was at the piano, Mrs. Paul Van Meter, membership chairman, reported 85 memberships at the close of the evening. The sixty-third annual program planned for Round Table Club promises to inform and educate its members on subjects, outside the home that should interest women of today. A resume of the year's program was given by Mrs. Kenneth Mudd, program chairman, whpn the club convened at the Lake Bracken home of Mrs. E. C. Holmquist, M6nday afternoon. A 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Harold L. Davis, assisting hostess preceded the meeting conducted by Mrs. A. W. Young, president. Members took fruit juices for the Red Cross Blood Center to meeting. For this the first program of the year, members answered roll call by telling some of the highlights of the summer months. Some reported trips over scenic country, some visited relatives and friends, a wedding highlighted one member's summer and commencements were big events for a few while others enjoyed a quiet summer at home. News and About Women ccept qu men Mrs aren nnounce (^n ^uaemen Id Farnham Introduction of the teaching staff opened the meeting of Farnham Parent-Teacher Association on Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at the school by Mrs. Faye Janes, program chairman. This was followed by a community sing led by Joyce Douglass, principal. During the business meeting, the new budget was approved, changes in the constitution were . read, and plans told for the School Carnival to be held on Friday, Sept. 27. A film, "Where Children Come First," was shown by Walter Dykemaru The room-count award banner was won by Mrs. William Schroeder's sixth grade room. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kenneth Horn, social chairman, and her committee preceding the meeting, with Mrs. Dick Fennig, president and Mrs. William Brooks, vice president, sharing serving honors. Silas Willard When the "Get - Acquainted" meeting of Silas Willard Parent- Teacher Association was held Monday in the school gymnasium, Mrs. Wayne Adcock, president, read a verse of welcome to the members. Miss Mary Karen Smith ber of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary has presented a "croupette" to the pediatrics department and an oxygen tent to the hospital, gifts which were accepted in behalf of the hospital Monday by Sister M. Concepta, St. Mary's ac* ilnistrator. Shown in the picture at the right with the new equipment are (left to right) Sister Concepts Mrs. Rowc and Sister Af. Grace, supervisor of pediatrics. A social hour preceded the meeting of the auxiliary Monday afternoon.in the Doctor's Room at the hospital. The committee in charge included Mrs. Carl Matson, chair- Nem- Mrs. man, assisted by Mrs. Al ecek, Mrs. John Sullivan, K ;M Miss Mary Karen Smith, bride-elect, and John Bodenhamer, her fiance, have selected Saturday, Sept. 28, as the date for their wedding. The couple's marriage will be solemnized at a ceremony in the First Lutheran eve U nTng.%iind C s 0 and m reIa^ The Richard DodgeS tives are invited to attend the wedding and reception v/hich will be in the parish house. Miss Smith's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith, 452 E. Losey St. Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bodenhamer. llO 1 ^ Main St., Abingdon. Miss Sandra Huffman Wedding Mrs. Howard Tolley led in the PTA prayer and Mrs. Adcock introduced officers for the year, Mrs. Howard Tolley, vice president; Mrs. Dale Windish, secre- 1 jjg tary, and Mrs. Robert Perkins, treasurer. The proposed budget for the coming year was read by the treasurer and accepted. Mrs. Jene Underwood, ways and means chairman, reported that the ice cream social had been successful. Mrs. P. L. Huffman, 27 W. North St., announces the engagement and forthcoming wedding of her daughter, Sandra Kay, to James M. Radlein, son of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Radlein of Des Plaines. Miss Huffman was graduated from Western Illinois University in Macomb, where she taught at Macomb High School last year. She is teaching English at Lakewood Junior High School in Carpentersville. Mr. Radlein, also a graduate of Western Illinois University, is employed in the office of Fernstrom Moving System in Chicago. The wedding will take place Oct. 19. Miss Phoebe Hogan. •. The approaching marriage of Miss Phoebe Kay Hogan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Hogan, Lake To Be Guests of Honor Pete Prina, and Mrs. Eugene Tobin. Mrs. L. F. Mattson, program chairman introduced Dr. Wilhelmina Himwich of Galesburg State Research Hospital who spoke on "Research" and the work being done in the labor- Chief Petty Mrs. Richard Officer and H. newlyweds, will Dodge, be the Bracken, Way of Mr. and Hovind, son Mrs. Charles Hovind, also of Lake Bracken, is announced by her parents. Wedding vows will be pledged Friday evening, Sept. 27, at 7:30 o'clock at the Church. Presbyterian No invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony. In Peoria The president announced the district fall conference to be in Aledo Oct. 17 and she appointed Mrs. Tolley and Mrs. Ray Anderson to a committee to review bylaws of the organization. Gordon Hirst, principal, was introduced to the group and he urged all parents to "keep the line of contact open by paying regular visits to the school and the child's classroom." He then introduced each of the teachers. List Chairmen Mrs. Adcock introduced chair(Continued on page 9) Announcement is being made of the wedding date of Miss Vonna Lou Chambers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Chambers, 1110 E, Glen Ave., Peoria and Russell W. Larson, Peoria, son of Mrs. Amanda Larson, former Galesburg resident now of Knoxville. Miss Chambers and Mr. Larson will be married at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Sept. 28 at First Methodist Church, 116 N. Perry St., Peoria. The bridegroom-elect is a broth- of Mrs, Ray Johansen, 206 Olive SI, Cook four extra slices of bacon until very crips when you are preparing breakfast bacon. Crumble the extra bacon into half a a sandwich filling. Miss Connie Appell Miss Connie Appell, Lake Bracken and Francis A. Chinlund, Aledo, will pledge wedding vows Sunday, Sept. 29 in an evening ceremony at 7:30 o'clock at First Lutheran Church. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and the reception to follow in the social rooms of the church. Miss Appell is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil E. Appell of Lake Bracken and parents of the future bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William Chinlund of near Aledo. guests of honor at a reception Sunday when his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Dodge, Lake Bracken Road, entertain in their honor. Guests are invited to call Sunday afternoon and evening from 5 o'clock to 9 o'clock at the Dodge home. At a candlelight ceremony on Sept. 6 the couple exchanged wedding vows in the Presbyterian Church in Idaho Falls, Ida. They were honored at a dance and reception at the York Grange Hall after the wedding. Rev. Arthur H. Johnstone Jr. read the ceremony at 8 o'clock in the evening for the bride, the former Rayola Pauline Mai, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Mai, 755 Saturn Ave., Idaho Falls, Ida., and Mr. Dodge, who is stationed with the Navy at the National Reactor Testing Station, U.S. Atomic Energy Commission Reservation, Idaho Falls. Best man was George Wintle and groomsman. William De- atory at the hospital, explaining help that can now be given to patients. She screened slides to illustrate her remarks. Mrs. Mitchell Rudman, president, conducted the business meeting and announced the Pink Ball, a buffet and dinner dance to be Sunday, Sept. 29 at Harbor Lights from 6 to 12 o'clock in the evening. Mrs. C. H. Ross will again serve as general chairman. The ball is an annual event, the proceeds from which are used toward the purchase of life-saving equipment for the hospital. As the current project it was voted by the auxiliary to underwrite the expense of equipping and furnishing a physio-therapy room at the hospital. Mrs. Karyl McKillip, membership chairman, announced that the membership book will be published in October, Mrs. Leo Sullivan is co-chairman of the committee. Mr Rayola Ben John groomsman, Nardi. Ushers included Brackin of Blackfoot and Harmon of Idaho Falls. Mrs. L. E. Mickelson at the organ console presented the prelude as guests were seated and the wedding music as the bride entered the sanctuary with her father, who gave her in marriage. Reembroidered lace roses marked the neckline and front of her silk organza wedding gown, fashioned with a chapel train. A large back | jg pjf^ st. bow with long streamers was at the waistline. Veiling was caught to a pearl tiara. She carried a Meletomen Begins Year With Picnic The 1963-64 year of Meletomen Club was initiated Monday evening when Mrs. A. J. Harler and Miss Pearl Emstrom were hostesses to members at a picnic on the lawn of the Harler home, 550 encircled with To dry straight-hanging, tailored curtains, re-hang them on their rods while still wet. Run an extra rod through the bottom hem | styling, their apricot sheath a pearl lavender orchid white carnations. Preceding the bride were Mrs. Lynn J. Barrie, the bride's sister, matron of honor, and Mrs. John Renfro, a cousin, bridesmatron, both of Idaho Falls. Identical in to serve as a weight which will pull the fabric into shape. dresses were worn with matching At 6:30 o'clock a fried chicken • dinner was served to 25 members. After dinner the group convened in the family room of the shoes and hats. Each carried bouquets of apricot glamelia, surrounded by white" carnations. Upon their return from a wedding trip, Mr, and Mrs. Dodge will reside at 1925 Curlew Drive, Idaho Falls, Idaho. home. Mrs. Herbert Rosine, president, conducted the business meeting. Miss Donna Sharp, program chairman, presented a summary of the year's program which will carry out the theme, "The Open Road." Each member received a copy of the 25th yearbook of the club. During the remainder of the evening members shared summer vacation experiences. Details Mission Work in India Mrs.- Grace Jolly, missionary representative to India, whose field is literature evangelism, showed slides of her missionary work in Assam, India, Monday evening for members and guests of Bethel Baptist Women's Missionary Union. A trio composed of Mrs. Roger Bowman, Mrs. Richard Nystrom and Miss Sandy Cannon sang "Scattering Precious Seed." The 24th Chapter of Luke was the scripture read by Mrs. Everett Leigh, who also led in prayer. During the business session, conducted by Mrs. Roy Pearson Jr., announcement was made of the motion approved by executive committee: that there will be six union meetings, to be the second Thursday of each month. The Plans for Year vember, January, March, May officers {or the year were ^ and June. troduced when members of the Mrs. Russell Baustian, pro- YMCA Kindergarten Parents* gram chairman 1 41 ' JcUTlGS World Week" would be as fol- jdent^ will be assisted by Mrs lows: Oct. &-Coffee—study of Donald Tune, vice president; missionaries in Argentina; Oct. M rs , Ronald 9-prayer meeting and film on treasurer, and Mrs. Phillip TUT of Mrs. Frank Sandburg, Mrs. Ward Reem, Mrs. Martha Horn, Miss Jane Nystrom, Miss Margaret Nystrom, Mrs. Thomas McCauley, Miss Eloise Allen, Mrs. Melvin Crayton and Mrs. Earl Luxmore. Kindergarten Parents Hear Argentina; Oct. 11—Circle i ings and study of Argentina. chairman. 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