Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 17, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, September 17, 1963
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Memorial Class Initiated By WRC A class of candidates in mem* ory of two members of the corps, the late Mrs. Laura Prymlre and the late Mrs. Nellie Rosselle, was initiated when members of the Woman's Relief Corps Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, met last week in IOOF Hall. Golesbur cene The meeting o'clock potluck followed a 12 dinner honoring district officers with visitors wel* , cbmed from Kewanee, Galva and • Farmington. Mrs. Thomas Sepich, president, presided and presented a gift to Mrs. trict Lou Bales, Kewanee* dis-* president and Mrs. Mae Owens, corps musician, played art appropriate selection. The seven candidates initiated were.Mrs. J. P. Swank, Mrs. E. W- Church, Mrs. Cleora Dawson, Th6 East Galesburg Community Chapel was the scene of a wedding Sunday at 2:30 o'clock where the double ring wedding ceremony for Miss Carol S. Burmood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Burmood of Rural Route 1, Knoxville, and Norman L. Phillips, son of Mr, and Mrs. Cecil Phillips of Macomb, was read by Rev. Raymdnd Marquith. Walking with her father, the bride wore a white satin brocade, street length, dress. Her veil was shoulder length, caught to a crown of seed pearls. She carried a white lace-covered Bible, topped witn white roses. Her only attendant, Miss Ruby ence Church, Mrs. Alice McKIn-1 Letter of Knoxville, wore a blue Mrs Nellie Blakewell, Mrs. Flor- ley and Mrs. Frances Wilson, satin dress with veil and shoes to Each Was presented with a small | match, flag by Mrs. Edwin McCants, patriotic instructor. Acknowledgements were also Is Best Man Standing as best man was Vel Hendrickson of Macomb. Marvan read and committee chairmen re- |Banch, also of Macomb and Harold W. Burmood, brother of the porting included Mrs, Fay May, relief, Mrs. Etha Vancil, sewing, who announced another bride, served as ushers. Miss Donna Burmood, sister of session Sept. 24 at the home of Mrs. C. E. the bride, asked guests to sign Houghton, 260 S. Academy, when the guest book while Miss Dixie members will bring sack lunches Burmood, another sister of the for their noon meal; Mrs. Bertha bride, arranged the gifts. Rogers, and Mrs. McCants, funds projects. Mrs. Elfrieda Ayers was presented with a 5-year bar to attach to her membership pin. Mrs. C. E. Miller was presented with a hand-crocheted red, white and blue altar cloth and pedestal covers, the gift of Mrs. J. S. Pence and Mrs. George Brogan. Mrs, Miller in turn presented the article to James Shields Corps to replace ones made for the corps by the late Mrs. Emma G. Lowderman. Talks were Mrs. Bales, Farmington, given by Mrs. Ethel Hughbanks, and-* Mrs. Hattie Serving honors were shared by Mrs. Jo Ann Zielger, Mrs. M. Morris and Mrs. W. Miller/ The bride was a 1961 graduate of Knoxville High School and her husband was graduated from Macomb High School the same year. After a wedding trip to Arkansas, Mr. Phillips ' will return to Mayport, Fla., where he is stationed with the Navy. Mrs. Phillips will remain with he? parents. Nichols-Dunn Wedding Date Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Norman L, Phillips (Miss Carol Burmood) Tri Delta to Celebrate 75th Anniversary When members of Galesburg Tri Delta Alumnae were entertained at the country home of Mrs. J. A. Bowman near Abingdon Monday evening Mrs. Robert Wolf was accorded serving honors at the tea table which was I Gordon PTA's Convene (Continued from page 8) men who will serve on the board for the ensuing year, Mrs. Dean Grimes and Mrs. Roy Johnson, Mrs, Jene Underwood program; and Mrs. Kenneth Wilson, ways and means; Mrs. Robert Weaver and Mrs. Louis Ubben, social; Mi's. Richard Pearson and Mrs. Walberg, kindergarten; Mrs. Arthur Williamson and Mrs. H. R. Coclasure, room mothers; Mrs. R. B. Eyre, Mrs. Jay San- 1 Mrs. Glen Ybungren and Mrs. centered with a late summer bouquet. dercock, Mrs. J. T. Russell, Mrs. James Powelson and Mrs. Harold Snouse assisted the hostess. John Cable, special events; Mrs. Ward Lacy and Mi's. E. D. Burrell Jr., membership; Mrs. Rob- Dooley of Galva, "Who announced the district noting in Galva Oct. Mrs. 4. Mrs. ,Leo- Hausman, Mi's. Miller and Mrs. Brogan, who attended the recent .national convention Mr. and Mrs. Russell Nichols | . M j ss Unda Anderson was wel-|ert McLaughlin and Mrs. J. T. of Canton, Mo., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Beverly Ann to Gary son of Mr. and Mrs. in Cheyenne, Wyo., told lights of, the convention. high-. E. Dunn, Richard Dunn, Abingdon. The wedding will be at Emmanuel Methodist Church in Canton, Mo., Saturday evening, Sept. 28, at 7 o'clock. All relatives and friends are corned as a new member. It • was announced that Delta Larry Delta Delta will celebrate its 75th Steller, legislation, annnivefsary on Thanksgiving Eve. The fraternity was founded ei'ature; at Boston University in 1888 and Mrs. Rolland Galyean, hospitali- Russell, parent education; Shawgo and Mrs. Fred legislat Also, Mrs. George Lincoln, lit- Mrs. Owen Buck and was the first woman's fraternity to be founded as a national or- Mrs; Hausman, Mrs. Houghton, Mrs. McCants, Mrs. Brogan and . . J Mrs. Sepich were named as com- i™tedto attend, the ceremony mittee-to get information on new ^10 ^3 ganization. There are now 108 collegiate Mrs. W. L. Giles, music; chapters and 313 alumnae chap- Roger Coleman and Mrs. J. K. ty; Mrs. Robert Hoopes, welfare; Mrs. Russell Cunningham, publicity; Mrs. Jack Masterson, health; Mrs. meeting later. place and to report to follow in I ters in the United States and Can- Erffmeyer, newsletter; Mrs. Kenada. Galesburg alumnae and neth Harding, scholarship, and Knox collegiates will celebrate Mrs. Eugene Horn, and Mrs. Ray When College Founder's Day with a tea to be Dec. 6. you bring that chefs | ]\eWS • • • salad to the table, arrange the strips of Swiss cheese. and ham that go in it over the greens and garnish, -if you like, with sliced hard-cooked egg. That way the offering.will.look good enough to eat !rDo ,yoiir,tQSsing(with French Miss Martha Anne Stone, daugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert right at 1 the table. WATAGA CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH — ANNUAL FRIED CHICKEN DINNER THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 Serving at 5:30 ter Stone, 502 Pennsylvania Ave., Abingdon, has pledged Alpha Phi social sorority at the University of Missouri. Miss Stone was among 298 girls who pledged sororities during the formal fall rush held Aug. 31 through Sept. 4. New Officers Are Introduced The Western Illinois Hammond Organ Society started its seventh season Saturday evening at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. on Smith, safety. It w^ts anrfounced that the next meeting will be fathers' night. A social hour preceded the meeting. Adults, $1,35 Children, 75c ...9 -Lb. Canned SWIFT'S PREMIUM CANNED HAM WHEN YOU PURCHASE A HOOVER UPRIGHT SWEEPER North Henderson St. Roy Palmer, Cambridge, president, presided at the business meeting and introduced the other officers: Har- A 1963 graduate of Abingdon old Dickson, vice president; Mrs. • * ~ 1 * " 1 ' * * Arthur Norman, secretary, Mrs. Gale Morehead, treasurer, in home eco- 1 all of Galesburg. , . . Kenneth Saul, Galesburg, andl™. flchooL . Dr. Dean Johnson, LaFayette,, WMt 4« far thp rnmine addressed the group as outgoing | men &™ 1^1*5 JS,™!! officers. High School, Martha is a freshman in the School of Home Economics majoring nomics education. and Immaculate Heart Mrs. Gene Junk, president, presided when the Immaculate Heart of Mary Parent-Teacher Association opened its current season in the school cafeteria on Sunday afternoon. Rev. John Lobar, gave the welcoming address and the school principal, Sister Robert Ellen made a few remarks setting the goals and standards of e school. The various committee chair- Charles Gamble presented a group lesson in various playing styles, demonstrating a dozen refinements such year and plans were outlined by chairman Tony Mangieri for the annual chicken dinner to be on the school grounds on the afternoon of Sept. 22. There were parent-teacher conferences following the business meeting. Model 33— $69 9* Model OFFER ENDS SEPTEMBER 30 as substitute chords, counter-melody etc. Mr. Gamble led an old-fashioned Hootenanny sing, accompanied on the orgar by Mrs. Ronald Swanson of Monmouth and Branded Mrs. Floyd Meeker of WoodhulL A musical game with all in one o BEST f the BUYS we ve ever o pn a HOOVER CLEANER played partici- at ff was attendance pating. Refreshments were served the close of the evening. Don't throw away pastry scrap leftovers. Roll the pastry to very thin consistency and brush with melted butter or margarine, sugar, grated orange rind and flaked coconut. Cut pastry into strips, diamonds or triangles and then bake. Sprinkle with NEW YORK (UPD—Marketing experts report there are more than 20,000 brand names of items. The brand system had its beginning back in the dawn of civilization. The earliest recorded brand was found in the ruins of Pompeii. It was a loaf of bread carrying the sign of the baker. He signed his loaves so his customers would know which baker to patronize. READ THE WANT ADS! GETS MORE DIRT because » beats, as It • •• sweeps, as it cleans, Gets it faster because it is adjustable to rug thickness. Gets it easier because it rolls on wheels. tf$ a Hoover and built to last for years, • Two-$peed motor gives 50% more suction with Dusting Tools witfeb pre optional extra*. Announcing Two New COURSES Course No. 1 Starts Monday Evening, September 30. A state-approved course. For men and women of all ages. Contains everything needed to become a successful real estate sales perscn. Sessions held every Monday evening for 16 weeks—from 7 to 10 o'clock. Estate Appraising Course Starts Wednesday Evening, October 2 This course contains sufficient subject matter to qualify men and women for the real estate appraising profession. Sessions will be held every Wednesday evening for 16 weeks, EUery E. Lay, a prominent real estate broker and appraiser will teach these courses. Mr. Lay has taught our real estate courses for the past 8 years. FLOOR COVERING 429 Eas* Main Street course brochures giving infor Midstate 240. _S.W. Jefferson Avenue, Peoria Commerce Phone 673-1258 ocia nnouncemmtd VETERANS. AUXILIARY Burlington Veterans Association and Auxiliary members will meet Thursday evening in the American Legion Home for a potluck dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Business meetings of both organizations will follow and final plans for the convention in Denver Sept. 27 and 28 will be made. L. T. STONE PTA Theme will be "Leadership for Tomorrow's Citizens/' when member.* of the Parent-Teacher Association of L. T. Stone School meet at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the school gymnasium. There will be introductions of teachers and principal. A nursery will be provided for preschool through fourth grade children. CULTURE CLUB Mrs. Rollie Early will be hostess to members of Culture Club at their first fall meeting Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in her home, 1130 E. South St. UNITY LODGti Unity Lodge, 425 Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will have its monthly family potluck Thursday" at 12 o'clock noon in IOOF Hall. Meat and dessert will be Each COLDBROOK WOMEN'S CLUB The Coldbrook Women's Club will meet at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the Coldbrook church for a dessert luncheon. The program will be given by Joyce Conard and Roger Terpcn- ing, who attended music camp ancf conservation camp this summer. NARCE Convene For the September meeting of the National Association of Retired Civil Employes a dinner was served at the First Baptist Church to 47 members. Mrs. C. R. Howard, chapter chaplain gave the invocation, also a prayer at the close of the meeting. Members serving on the committee were Mr. and Mrs, C. W. Howe, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hunter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ma- E. Areas* and II. F. bors and the reasons for bsermv ing affiliated with ait Organisation which ft Abdicated to theff"Wfcfr fare and interests. Retired employes of the Ufrfted States government/ their wins; husbands and survivor anmiitefit*' are eligible for membership. F rom Alnh a •«• w. member furnished, is requested to bring a dish of food and his own table service. PHYLLIS W1IEATLEY CLUB Members of Phyllis Wheatlcy Club will meet at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Irene Carter, 610 W. Knox St. LPN Licensed Practical Nurses Association Division 14 will elect officers at St. Mary's Hospital Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. PRESCHOOL MOTHERS Preschool Mothers Circle of First United Presbyterian Church will meet Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Richard Johnson, 1351 N, Broad St. gec, Jeffords. Guests included Mr. and Mrs Louis Allen of Rock Island, Mrs. Glenn Folkers of Joliet, Miss Marilyn Wcstfall, Nels Olson and Dewey Morling, all of Cameron. Mr. E. E. Sundberg, president, conducted the meeting. Plans and arrangements are being formulated for the State Convention to be in Galesburg May 14 and 15, 1964, at Custer Inn. Glenn Folkers, president of the State Federation, spoke on the increase of new NARCE mem- ALPHA - Mr. and Mrs. Marry Brinker and Ricker Hill, Davenport, former Alpha residents, announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Lillian, 1228 Broadlawn Ave., Bettendorf, to Donald E. Franklin, son of Mrs. Leona Franklin of Decatur. A December wedding is being planned. Miss Brinker, a graduate of A!Wood High School, is employed in the Alvin Schafer home, Bettendorf. Mr. Franklin is a graduate of Decatur High School, and is serving with the Air Force, stationed at Brooks Air Force Base in San Antonio, Texas. Returns to WIU Miss Debbie Wyckoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wyckoff, 581 W. North St., has returned to Western Illinois University in Macomb for her sophomore year. She is a resident oi Corbin Hall. Miss Wyckoff was employed as secretary to a Galesburg attorney during the summer. ALLEN PARK PTA Allen Park Parent-Teacher Association will convene at 6:30 o'clock Thursday evening at the school for a family potluck. Each family is being asked to bring one meat dish, and a vegetable, salad or dessert dish. During the evening meeting there will be introduction of teachers and classroom visitation. Compliment to Your love contemporary collection DIAMOND RINGS STUNNING SOLITAIRE Chokt of UK Whlf* or Y«l!ow Gold 241 E. MAIN Galesburg, 111. EASY TERMS $149 I JEW JEWELERS HILL ARCADE BLDG. 342-1313 GALESBURG. n IN YOUR CHOICE HEEL HEIGHTS Whether you journey to Paris, London or just 'round town ... the smartest pump is your basic opera ... high or mid heel. Its slim heel and sleek vamp accent a knowing fashion look you expect in your shoe wardrobe. And BOWMANS has it, in soft, supple black calf (upper). Check our size chart we can fit you! If you're not completely satisfied with the fit and feel of Life Stride, we will gladly refund your money or jssue credit. 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