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Sociai -A nnouncemenh .. • BAPTIST CIRCLES Circles of First Baptist Church will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o 'clock as follows: Betty Younger Circle will be in the home of the Misses Grace and Fanny Lemon, 1138 N. Cherry St.; Marion Kimble Circle in the home of Mrs. Shirley Scott, 228 Cottage Ave.; Iftleta Circle, with Mrs. Ward Mariner, 1193 N. Academy St.; Loren Noren Circle in the home of Mrs. George Inness, 671 Bateman St., and the Robert Coals Circle in the home of Mrs. E. Richardson, 260 Day St. VICTORIA WOMAN'S CLUB Victoria Woman's Club will have its first meeting of the fall at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon in the country home of Mrs. Dale Doak. A musical program will be presented by Mrs. William Bice and Mrs. Harold Moore. BATEMAN PTA The program will consist of buzz sessions with the teachers when members of B a t e m a n School Parent-Teacher Association convene Thursday afternoon at 3:15 o'clock in the school gymnasium. SUNSHINE CLASS The Sunshine Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Roy Bruner, 505 West South St., with Mrs. Ralph Heller and Miss Florence Brown, assisting hostesses. ICE CREAM SOCIAL ICE Coldbrook School P.T.A. FRIDAY, SEPT. 20 Homemade pie or cake and Beverage — 35c Serving 5:30 to 9. GRUBB PTA Craft work for children will be demonstrated during the program when Grubb School Parent-Teacher Association meets at 3:15 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the school. All Grubb School parents are invited to attend. A nursery will be provided. WIDOWS CLUB Members of the Widows Club will meet Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Leaths Furniture Store in the Bamboo Room. There will be election of officers. FELLOWSHIP CIRCLE Circle 1 of Christian Women's Fellowship of First Christian Church will meet at 1:30 o 'clock Friday afternoon in the home of Mrs. L. G. Wyatt, 52 W. Dayton St. ST. JOSEPH'S PTA Parent-Teacher Association of St. Joseph's School will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the all-purpose room at the school. All parents are invited to attend. MARY ALLEN WEST P .T.A. Informal coffee hour will be served in.honor of the new teachers at Mary Allen West School Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock. SILVER STREAK LODGE Members of Silver Streak Lodge will meet Thursday evening for a polluck supper at 6 o'clock in IOOF Hall. The business meeting will follow. NELLIE SWANSON PTA Nellie Swanson Parent-Teacher Association will convene at 3:15 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the all-purpose room of the school. Parents are invited to come and meet their children's teachers. A nursery will be provided. Keepsake DIAMOND R I N CJ S GENUINE REGISTERED Treasured by those who treasure each other RIVIERA $400.00 Also $300 to 975 Keepsake Diamonds $ 69 50 to $1500 SPECIALS in Featurelock — Bonafide — Lohengrin — Columbia h ?C?RAT TOTAL WEIGHT Vi CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT Tg^l% CARAT TOTAL WEIGHT TERMS AS IOW AS H00 WEEKLY We Give S&H Green Stamps IfFflHT'C Jewelers Ubftll 1 a 316 E, MAIN ST. ABWA Aims Explained at Friendship Tea So that business rtofnen in the USA may become better acquaint* ed with American .Business Worn* en's Association, chapters nationwide hold September teas extending the hand of friendship to prospective members. Galanois Chapter members and guests were welcomed Sunday in the home of Mrs. William Farrell, 1083 N. Seminary St. During the afternoon Mrs. William Bruning and Mrs. Ethel Enlow explained the purpose and aims of ABWA. Mrs. William Mackenzie, the chapter's 1962 "woman of the year" told how each year an outstanding member is chosen to represent her local chapter as woman of the year at the national convention. In concluding, she presented a charm to Mrs. David Nelson, Galanois Chapter's selection for 1963 woman of the year. Miss Phyllis Davis of Maquon, presented vocal selections during the afternoon. Guests attending the tea were Mrs. Julius Lundeen, Mrs. Miles Pinckney, Mrs. James Wood, Miss Priscilla Jenkins, Mrs. Pauline Galloway, Mrs. Wilbur Danner, Mrs. Robert Sherman, Maquon, Mrs. Stanley Hjerpe, Mrs. John Mellican and Mrs. John Hilford. Sharing honors at the tea table were Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Sandra Lumberry and Miss Terry Norton. Mrs. Ethel Higgins, tea committee chairman and her committee were assisted in arrangements for the event by Miss Blanch Young, membership committee chairman and members of her committee. Golesburg Register-Moll, Golesburg, If I. Wedrtesdoy, Sepf, 18,, 1963 9 Form Club to Hear Losers Give Alibies DALLAS (AP)—The losers have a right to be heard, and besides, think of all those wonderful alibis. At least the Alibi Club of Dallas has been organized for the express purpose of listening to a loser each week. There are 150 members and the fellows will meet each Tuesday during the football season at the Dallas Athletic Club. They can't plan the programs in advance because they can't invite a coach before he has lost his game of the week. "That would be insinuating that he was going to lose and the coach wouldn't like that," said George Lee, athletic director of DAC and one of the prime movers in organizing the club. Coach Hayden Fry of Southern Methodist University would have gotten a lot of benefit out of the club had it been organized last year. He lost eight games. That would be eight free meals. Just remember mis rule when you are baking several dishes at one time: place the pans on the oven racks so there is ample chance for the hot air to circulate. Rolled cookies are coming back into fashion! New cooks who attempt these should remember to chill the dough before rolling, and to roll out only one- quarter of the dough at a time. Ever roast boned rolled lamb shoulder? A three-pound piece of meat will need about 2 l k hours in a 325-degree oven; if you use a meat thermometer, it should read 180 degrees for well-done. MR. AND MRS. LARRY 8TARBUCK (above) who were married Sept. 7 at the bride's home la Prairie City, reside at 706 W. Brooks St. Mrs. Starbuck, the former Teresa Ann Phillips, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Phillips. The bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Starbuck of Bardolph, is employed at Gcbhart's Auto Supply. Rev. Edward Dunavin of the Methodist Church in Prairie City read the ceremony for the couple. Polly's Pointers By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—If you're tired of lacing the chillrcn's tennis shoes, here's a way to tie them permanently. I hope my method will win a Polly Dollar. Replace the original shorestrings with Vi-inch elastic. Start at the top and work down. At the bottom be sure the strand of elastic goes from the tdp and then under. Tie the two ends together in a knot, trim off the excess. Shoes are tied permanently. I do this with all my toddler's shoes as elastic comes in black, too, and can go in hrs Sunday shoes. Do be careful not to get the elastic too tight as the instep takes up a lot of room. The knot can be slipped to the side underneath the eye and not be seen. — MRS. S. M. Jr. DEAR POLLY — Teach youngsters to tie their own shoes by making a practice "shoe." Punch six holes in two thicknesses of heavy paper or a paper bag. Then tie two different colored shoestrings together at one end. Lace these through the eyelets of the "shoe" with the knot at the bottom. If you use two different colors it will help the child understand which one is "pulled through" or which goes under. Be sure there is enough string to tie a rather large bow. Children find it hard to learn to make a small one. — B. B. GIRLS— Between these two good hints lots of time is going to be saved that has been spent tying little shoelaces.— POLLY DEAR POLLY - If thongs are worn when you are ironing, tired and aching feet will be prevented. - MRS. C. S. GIRLS — Betty, my assist­ ant, says she found this to be true. The thongs provide a thick cushioning. — POLLY DEAR POLLY — I have accumulated a lot of driftwood as, I'm sure, have lots of other readers who have been going to the beaches. I would appreciate it if someone can tell me how to clean and prepare it for use in decorations. — J. M. L. GIRLS — I am sure some of you will come to the rescue of IhL gentleman. — POLLY DEAR POLLY - With school days het'e, the children will be using a lot of notebook paper. Buy a child's magic slate for each of your students and let them use this for their "scratch" work. By lifting the film, all the writing is gone and it can be used over and over again. You will save quite a bit of money during a year's time. - MISS J. S. S. DEAR POLLY — When painting my garage, I found that my pic nic table was far better to stand on than a ladder. Cover with heavy paper, stand on it and you can cover a far larger area without getting down. — MR. G. W. Come iBacL to Op By KAY SHERWOOD Strictly from dreamland is the idea that homemakcrs change interior decor with the seasons. But each year there will be changes in emphasis, in color or design which expand the choices available for the home that is due a face-lifting. At this summer's home furnishings show in Chicago, the new rug designs proved more interesting than some of the overwrought, almost faddish furniture designs. New room-sized rugs in a sweeping range of color, boast important designs—not the vague all-over patterns so dear to the practical-minded. By autumn we'll be seeing designs beamed especially for Early American, Victorian, contemporary or traditional furniture. There is also a wide range in prices. A news-making innovation, by one major manufacturer is the availability of a custom«d«sign service. A rug with an exclusive just-for-you design may be ordered at a cost which, while not bargain basement level, is less than one would expect to pay for custom work. A charming living room design­ ed by John Quinn, a widely known decorator on Chicago's North Shore, states this new approach dramatically. In this gracious setting where Iftth century reproduction furnittne is used, the floral sprig motif from the upholstery fabric on the sofa was duplicated in the border of an oval rug by carpet designers. The nig is green, the border is green and cream, which also repeats the furniture fabric colors. Quinn pointed out another mod- Slows Enzyme Action Blanch vegetables before freezing. Blanching slows or stops fhe action of enzymes which otherwise would cause off-flavors, color changes and toughness. Deviled hard-cooked eggs with cooked snap beans vinaigrette plus salad greens make a refreshing noontime salad. Both the eggs ancf beans will benefit from being prepared ahead and allow ed to chill. This way flavors develop. But take the eggs and beans out of the refrigerator about 15 minutes before you serve them. cm development: the use of green damask upholstery fabric laminated to the window shade as a companion to traditional drapery treatment. Closer co-ordination of colors between manufacturers of various decorating materials, now makes it caster to buy, for example, an avocado green wall paint which will tie to a new upholstery fabric color or the rug. In chatting with Quinn about his room, I noted a huge celestial map mounted above the sofa which set the color scheme of the room. Easy trick to duplicate, the decorator said — thrs one was cut. from a wallpaper panel and mounted on masonite, shellacked and framed. $50 and $100 BONUS To Churches, Schools, Sororities and Organizations for distributing Watkins famous double strength vanilla, pepper or cinnamon. Details inquire at — 218 North Henderson St. Gsilcsburg or Call 342-2510 Share your favorite homemaking ideas . . . send them to Polly in care of Galesburg Register-Mail. You'll receive a bright, new silver dollar if Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. color your shoe with THE ORIGINAL COLOR-COATIN three, four, color it more.' Shu-Mak»Up's compute line includes 24 colors plus golds, silvers and glitter- colors. Applies easily, colors and recolors old or new shoes, silks or leathers. Won't smudge or rain off. 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