Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 19, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 19, 1963
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Miss Edgar- (Continue) from page 8) hostess** mi* Mrs. Jerfy Paints %t and Mrs. Richartl Sholl. two Parties in August -VlSvo parties frefe given ih Au- .Itfse for thfc brid&etect. On the -iffth of August, members of the -|ftiduatirf| > ' v '£Aiss'-''oif' thV Peoria School ofrPf&cttcal fttfrsHng and rthe girls 'of tfc -fifth fldor of the *$WCA ttr Pml* hflftored her with a fthower. , . Th€ ytljow and white theme «WMS ca#l#d out ih the decora* %6tl on; the .refrwrrtnent table. JAM grdjup presented her with a /bldipreidi sola cushions and a box of groceries. h Also «V« in August was the kitcheni shower at the home of Miss Alice Sternp, 613 S. Sixth •^Sf.j Mon'rrtouth. Mrs. Lester Newberry Jr. 'w«S the assisting hostess. 7 Prices were awarded Mrs. Rob* ett Smailwbod and Mrs. Pat [.JVheeler. Serving honors. were accorded; her mother, Mrs, Edgar, ''And her aunt, Mrs. Newberry, gt-^de, Mrs. John febkley; third • " OMMI tut v -Gufests attending the Mdrirriduth '•hower and the - Cameron party % »ot previously mentioned were 1 Mis» Grace Quick, -Mist Sandra 'Harding, Mrrfr James Olinger, Miss 'Janet Robinton -and.. Miss Peggy Klmmeyer. ..'Also, Mrs. -Kenneth Reed, Miss 'Ann H. Armstrong, Miss Connie v. Leath, -Miss Sandra Davis and Miss 'Christine Smith. Alsq, Miss Lillian IHise, Miss . X' " . WJ »uan mac, XV11SS . Dorothy Stemp, Miss Martha Whit- 5?nliLi5 ,rS o Harr 2 Earhart, Mrs. , Clifford . Swygard and Mrs. Ed Chrltwo. Alsd-.^Miss Rita Souther, Mrs. , gene Lair, Mrs. -Leroy Whitman, Mrs, Ralph Johnson, Mrs. Walter ?J \^Delegates _ \ JReport on. Convention Mrs. Glen Most, president, Mrs. James Gaffney and Mrs. Joseph Vitale, who attended the 18th International convention at the Denver Hilton, Denver, Colo., in July, reported at the Tuesday meeting of the Galesburg Chapter National Secretaries Association. During the program which followed Miss Evelyn Clay told of her trip to Europe this summer. The sojourn included stops in England, France, Switzerland and Italy. Mrs. I^eil Meriwether and Miss Clay took the, trip together, returning; to ' Galesburg the middle of August. The meeting and dinner were at Club 19. READ THE WANT ADS! Poems on Parenthood 'DAY OF REST' by Janet Henry . Sunday School at ten o'clock, (Jj Service at eleven. Choir rehearsal, three p.m., Young People's at seven. Fellowship from eight to nine (If there's a survivor). Ten o'clock, and what's my line? Just a Sunday Driver! Invite Chapters To Charter Presentation Twenty chapters of Sweet Ade­ lines welcomed two new chapters, Galesburg and Burlington, Iowa, into the North Central Region, No. 3, in Waukegan Saturday. Mrs. Esther DeWeese, representative from Galesburg chapter, reported on the meeting during the last rehearsal. She said correct terminology was discussed among other items. The regional champion chorus of the West Suburban Chapter sang for the group as well as several quartets. Mrs. DeWeese presented invitations to all the region's chapters and quartets to attend the Twirlers Win Awards Clydene Threw won first place in the advanced 11 year old age group in Iowa City, Iowa, at the National Baton Twirling Association contest on Saturday. She also placed second in Iowa visitors 11 and over. At the contest in Downers Grove on Aug. 31 Clydene placed third in fancy strut 11-14. Debbie Lindeen placed second in advanced 8 and Robin Lindeen placed fourth in advanced 0-6. Instructor is Mrs. Thomas G. Worden. JUNIOR CLUB BOARD Junior Woman's Club board members will meet at 8 o'clock this evening in the home of Mrs. David Gau, 1651 E. Fremont St, formal charter presentation in Galesburg on Oct. 13. ZOOM OUT OF THE GLOOM IN Borrow its bounce! This lively tie has plenty to spare — plus a huge share of casual flair. Choose your favorite country (or campus) color, underscored with a jet flash of patent. As seen in Seventeen. $8.95 How about a matching bag $5,00 matching cap $4.50 State Officers Attend Eagles Zone Rally Announcement was made at Tuesday evening's meeting of the Eagles Auxiliary at the Eagles Club that the local ritual and drill teams will compete at the Zone Rally in Decatur in October. Mrs. Mary Baughman, past state auxiliary president and Mrs. Grace Wilson, will attend as delegates. Mrs. Clarence Wilson, president, called on reports from Mrs. Matilda Zachmeyer, Mrs. Edwin McCants, Mrs. Frances Patterson, Mrs. Thomas Sepich, Mrs. John Sholl, Mrs. Al Crouch, Mrs. Baughman and Mrs. Cecil Walker. Announcement was made of bunco and card oarties to be held at the club each Wednesday evening from 7 to 9:30 o'clock. Attendance awards were given to Mrs. Patterson and Mrs. Herbert Mitchell. Committee in charge of refreshments included Mrs. Bessie Greear, Mrs. Walker, Mrs. Vaughn McCants and Mrs. Gerald Warfield. An officers meeting preceded the Tuesday evening auxiliary meeting. Zone Rally Mrs. Betty Church of Decatur presided as chairwoman of the Zone 2 Rclly last weekend at the Eagles Club when Al Rennicks, aerie president, and Mrs. Clarence Wilson,. auxiliary president, welcomed delegates and members. Mrs. Church introduced Robert Srncik, Joliet, vice chairman; Al Zimmerman, Moline, secretary, and James Breen, Do Kalb, treasurer, and other state officers and committee chairmen, including La^on Ranjne, Streator, aerie state vice president; William Lindley, Matherville, aerie state inside guard; Miss Alice Marie Downing, Freeport, auxiliary state president, and Mrs. Edward Dugan, Decatur, auxiliary state vire president. Delegates attended from Peoria, Canton, Rock Falls, Rock Island, Moline, Matherville, Decatur, Champaign, Morris, Elgin, Pekin and Peru. Clarence Johnson, president of the Decatur aerie, listed highlights of the program planned for the zone rally to be in Decatur Oct. 18, 19 and 20. Those planning to attend are being asked to send housing reservations to the club in care of Ed Dugan, housing chairman. Mrs. Clarence Wilson was hostess at a potluck supper for all state officers, zone chairmen and committee chairmen Saturday evening in her home, 168 N. Chambers St. Later, the evening was spent in dancing. State officers day was observed Sunday when the auxiliary entertained at a potluck dinner for all state aerie and auxiliary officers and members of the Galesburg auxiliary. At the meeting in honor of all state auxiliary members, the Peoria drill team officiated. Serving as inside and outside guard were Galesburg auxiliary members, Mrs Al Crouch and Mrs. Jemima Fuller, respectively. Mrs. John Sholl, mistress of ceremonies, introduced all state officers. Gifts were presented to all state officers, drill and ritual members and to Mrs. Joe Elson of Moline. Receiving membership awards were Mrs. Feninger, Mrs. Crouch and Mrs. Church. TLCW Trinity Lutheran Church Women will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the Martha Room of the church. Mrs. Don Teel will be the soloist. Rev. James Smith, president of the Galesburg Ministerial Association will be the speaker. Priscilla Circle will be host. READ THE WANT ADS!. SUGAR FREE less than PER 6 n. oi. Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. Auxiliary to B of LE Plans Ward Parly Galesburg Division, Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, met in the American Legion Home Monday afternoon with Mrs. C. W. Westerdnlc, president, presiding. Announcement was made of the recent death of the former grand secretary, Mrs. Emma Danziger of Chicago. Members decided to give n ward party at Galesburg State Research Hospital, the date to be announced. Mrs. A. N. Walberg, relief secretary pro tern announced that the fourth quarterly assessment is now due. Mrs. J. S. Pence, chairman of the auditing commiftee reported (hat the secretary and treasurer's book were fount) correct. Mrs. Nora Pierce of Lakeland, Fla., a guest, gave a short talk. Galesburg Register-Moil, Gofesbufg, lit. Thursday, S€pt, 19,1963 9 Hostess Gives the Major Lesson Need extra candle holders for a patio party? Cut a hole in a cake of soap with an apple corer. For an added touch, dip the soap candle holder into gilt or aluminum paint. "Winter Arrangements" was the topic of the major lesson, when the HH unit of Homemaker's F.x tension Association met with Mrs. F.vcrott Leigh, 1114 N. Academy, Wednesday afternoon. Twelve members and a guest, Mrs. Iverson were present. Mrs. Carolyn Crayton conducted the business meeting and several important dates and events were announced: A kick-off breakfast Sept. 25 at the Farm Bureau Auditorium will start the fall membership drive; Fall hat making will be taught at the same place on Sept. 30. Two classes will be held, one 9 o'clock in the morning and one at fi :30 o'clock in the evening. Knox County Annual Day will be in the First Christian Church, Monday, Oct. 7 with luncheon at 1:30 o'clock. The minor lesson, "History of Home Bureau" was given by Mrs. Florence Shumaker and the major by the hostess. Refreshments were served by Organ Club fta§ Plctifc atifl Musical Program A musical program was presented during the afternoon when members of Galesburg Baldwin Organ Club met. for a picnic recently at. the Warren Stevens farm southwest of Gilson. The program included selections by a sextet composed >f Hubert Bradburn, East Galesburg, on banjo, John Martin, electric guitar, Bob Martin, Macomb, mandolin and fiddle, Myron Baughman, Maquon, electric Mrs. Shumaker and Mrs. Inez Cline. guitar, Lefflfid* Walters, eledffe guitar and Art Ptke, bmtdton and organ. Other numbers were wc&\ 9& lections by Mrs. William L. CoT* bin, East Galesburg and her daughter Valine. Guests included members 6f the sextet and the Cbtbto family. Members participating frt the program were Beverly Stevens, Mrs. Richard Karlberp and fid* ward Breucr, who played organ numbers. A battery-powered portable radio will give longer and better service, if battery terminals are protected with a dab of petroleum jelly. It keeps them from corroding. FALL HANDBAGS LARGE SELECTION — SMART STYLES $300 $ to 18 95 "»» Tax EISA MARIE HOSIERY SHOP 314 East Main St. 1862 ANNOUNCES: Our New DOWNSTAIRS STORE Ready-to-Finish Furniture Department The Harris Line We are happy to be showing the largest selection of ready-to-finish furniture in Galesburg. We have a selection of desks, chests, dresser bases, nightstand, Hi-Fi cabinets, bookcases, and chairs. Now you can have new furniture at low costs. 6 Drawer Chest 15x27x40 $ 17 95 Outstanding Features of The HARRIS Line is constructed of high grade Ponderosa pine. All furniture is manufactured under the newest of processes to insure your complete satisfaction. CHOICE OF DESIGNS may be had in the proven knotty pine or the advanced slyling of the very popular clear pine grouping. SMOOTH SANDING on ready-to-finish pieces makes only minor touching necessary to finish. DADOES are used in the manufacture of bookcases with inset shelves giving strength and durability. FLUSH SIDES in the functional group makes for tops in interchangeability. COREBLOCK CONSTRUCTION is used to insure warp-free merchandise. 4 Drawer Desk 17x30x30 $ 15 9S 9 Drawer Dresser Base 15x36x36 $ 2475 Hi-Fi Cabinet 18x30x30 $ 16 95 k. Wall Cabinet/51. Doors (11x42x12) $ 7.95 6 Drawer Oresser Base (15x42x30) 29.95 Corner Desk With Legs (28x28x30) 11.95 Open Case (15x26x24) — 9.95 3 Drawer Chest With Legs (15x26x30) 16.95 Full Door Cabinet (15x26x24) 12.95 3 Drawer Chest (15x27x28) 13.95 3 Drawer Night Stand (13x13x28) 10.95 4 Drawer Chest (15x27x36) 16.95 5 Drawer Chest (15x27x44) _ 18.95 10 Drawer presser Base (15x52x36) _ 29.95 5 Drawer Hi-Boy Chest (15x13x44) - 14.95 9 Drawer Dresser Base (15x36x36) 2495 4 Drawer Desk (17x30x30) 15.95 7 Drawer Desk (17x42x30) 24.95 Hi-Fi Cabinet (18x30x30) 1° 95 Modern ftookcase (10x36*36) Modern Bookcase (10x36x36) 1295 Hardwood Chair (15x15x32) 7 9 $

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