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5U* Miss Judith Bogard The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Judith Bogard to Dale D. Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Little of near Dahinda, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bogard of near Maquon. Wedding vows will be exchanged Sunday afternoon, Oct. 20, at 2:30 o'clock at the First Methodist Church in Galesburg. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect, a graduate of Valley High School, Fairvew, is employed as a long distance operator at the Intra State Telephone Co. Her fiance, a graduate of Williamsfield High School, is employed at Gates Rubber Co. Ceremony Read at Coldbrook The Coldbrook Christian Church was the scene of the wedding of Mrs. Beverly Nadine Hopkins and Michael Jerrel Patton Thursday evening as Rev. Hugh A. Reynolds read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerrel Patton, 675 Monroe : St. r was his father. Mrs. Max Johnson at the orgaq console presented the prelude and wedding music. Mrs. Hopkins is the. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Vergil White, 939 S. Academy St. For her wedding she selected an aqua knit ensemble with bronze accessories. Mrs. Daniel R. Mooney of. Galesburg, matron of honor, wore a beige suit with white accessories. Reception Hosts for the reception following the ceremony were the Pattons, who entertained in their home, 675 Monroe St. A pink and white motif was featured at the table, covered with a pink cloth. Centering the table was a pink and white wedding cake, topped with sugar bells. Tapers and gladioli in the motif completed the arrangements. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Richard Gaines, Mrs. Mooney and Mrs. William Lee. After .i wedding trip, the couple will reside near Rio on "Shaggy Bark Farm." Mrs. Patton attended Galesburg High School and is employed at Frankel's Apparel. Mr. Patton, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Knox College a year. He is employed by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL ITEMS ON PAGE 10 Miss Carol Ann Lee Mrs. Harold Lee, 872 Beecher Ave., announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Carol Ann Lee, 1540 8th Ave., Moline, to William A. DeCoster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeCoster, 2219 18th St., B., Moline. Miss Lee was graduated from Corpus Christi High School and Moline Public Hospital School of Surgical Technology. She is employed as a surgical technician at Moline Public Hospital. Mr. DeCoster, who was graduated from Alleman High School, Rock Island, is employed by De- Decker Construction Co., Moline. He is also attending Blackhawk College, Moline. The couple's engagement was solemnized in a private ceremony, with Rev. Robert E. Lee, Sacred Heart Church, Moline, brother of Miss Lee, officiating. A January wedding is being planned. From Woodhull WOODHULL - Mr. and Mrs. William Epperson announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Frances Calhoun, Woodhull, to Allen Ray Elliott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elliott, also of Woodhull. Vows will be exchanged Saturday afternoon, Oct. 5, at 2:30 o'clock at the Woodhull Methodist Church. Only members of the immediate families of the couple are being invited. Calendar of Meetings ST. JOSEPH'S ALUMNAE St. Joseph's Alumnae will have a potluck dinner Monday evening at 6:30 o'clock in the all-purpose room of the school. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring a covered dish of food and their own table service. LCW Lutheran Church Women of the First Lutheran Church will meet Tuesday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock in the parish hall for a potluck luncheon. Those attending are being asked to bring a covered dish and own table service. A nursery will be provided. The program will be a musical program. KNOX COUNTY CAMPERS Knox County Campers Association will have a potluck supper and meeting Tuesday evening at 6 o'clock in the recreational center at Kimberly Terrace. Each family is being asked to bring their own table service, meat sandwiches, one hot and one cold dish of food and beverage for their children. Coffee and dessert will be furnished. ORC AUXILIARY Auxiliary to the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakemen will be entertained at a 12:30 o'clock luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. M. E. Lawler, 74 Illinois Ave. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage will be open to visitors Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock when Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff, official host and hostess will receive guests. The cottage is open to the public on week days from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning and 1 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. MEDICAL ~AUXnJARY The Woman's Auxiliary to the Knox County Medical Society will meet for a 1 o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. Homer Fleisher of Knoxville on Tuesday afternoon. KNOXVILLE "COURTHOUSE MUSEUM AND OLD JAIL The Knoxville Courthouse Museum and Old Jail will be open Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Rex Hopkins. $or and about Wc omen (fotesburg Regfsfer-Moff, Gafesbura, Hf, Saturday, Sept, 21,. 1963. 3 Galesburg Ministerial Association President dolleclorS ^Qtem • • • The saltglazed stoneware pitcher at the right is marked, "Doulton, Lambeth, England" in three horizontal lines, indicating that it was made after 1891. If the words, "made in England," had appeared it would have implied that the piece might be dated approximately 35 or fewer years ago. The Doultons were the only English potters within the last century to turn the industrial merits of stoneware into artistic channels, in the manner of John Dwight of Fulham, whose patent for stoneware was taken out in 1671. The Lambeth tradition of applied decoration on commercial saltglaze ware has become known and admired by amateurs of the ceramic art the world over. John Dwight was the first to manufacture stoneware in England. For many years previously the formula for stoneware had been diligently sought to break the German monopoly. The most popular of the early German stoneware vessels was the "bellarmine," a bulbous bottle with a short cylindrical neck stamped with a crude caricature of a bearded man, assumed to be Cardinal Bellarmine, a bitter opponent of the Reformation — hence the name. The body of the grey stoneware was composed of sand and clay mixed and fused together with heat great enough to vitrify the components. Dwight copied the design but sought to find an efficient glaze to replace the lead by Marion Maxwell Is TLCW Speaker Rev. James Smith of the First Christian Church, president of the Galesburg Ministerial Association, was the speaker at the fatl meeting of the Trinity Lutheran Church Women Friday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Smith spoke of the task that must be accomplished by all churches in this difficult world situation. He pointed out that science and progress in communication and transportation have given the whole world "claustrophobia;" that wc need to give hope and vision to all people by reexamining the principles set forth by Christ. God speaks to us on how to view life, sharing failures as well as accomplishments; those who seek glaze then in use. He finally turned to saltglazing. Easy to Recognize Saltglaze is comparatively easy to recognize, the piece being covered with a glass-like coating a characteristic of which was tiny pittings in the surface similar to those in the skin of an orange. The glaze is the result of chemical action of the silica of the body upon the vapours of soda in the common salt which is thrown into the kiln and it forms by means of evaporation upon the ware. It does not run and spread like other glazes but remains in minute drops or granulations. These PTA's Begin the 1963-64 Season St. Joseph St. Joseph's School all-purpose room was the scene of the year's first Parent-Teacher Association meeting on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Robert Bullock, president, opened the meeting. Rev. Joseph MacPoland gave a brief talk tracing education and explaining the elements of a good education. He told how important good family life was to a preschooler and to teach them respect for authority was to make a "teachable child." A good example from the parents was most important, he stated. Sister Rose Anne, principal, introduced the faculty and Mrs. Bullock introduced officers for the year, Mrs. Tom Meyer, vice president; Mrs. Norman Groff, secretary and Mrs. Dale Panther, treasurer. During the business meeting, the new budget was approved and plans discussed for the school's "Fall Festival" to be on Sunday, Oct. 6. It was announced that the next meeting will be Nov. 21, "Father's Nite." Refreshments were served by Mrs. Joe Rescinito, social chairman; Mrs. Frank Mangieri, Mrs. WATCH... • Doyle's Gift Shop Window MONDAY # Doyles Monday night ad in Register-Mail FALL SPECTACULAR on , . , frail cisc&n earthemwaire STARTING MONDAY, SEPT. 23rd - 2 weeks only Special Prices on 16 piece starters 20% OFF Open Stock only at. ,. TQoylgy 319 E. Main St .^HJMgir DON'T MISS ANNOUNCEMENT ON MONDAY Mary Allen West An informal coffee hour in honor of the new teachers was the order of the evening at the Mary Allen West Parent-Teacher Association Friday evening in the school gymnasium. Name tags were given to each parent as they entered the gym and were seated in a large cir- en; social, Mrs. Glen Ivans, chairman; publicity, Mrs. Paul Reichling; hospitality, Mrs. Jack Wright; child welfare, Frederick Steller; Good Cheer, Mrs. Max Jones; Summer Roundup, Mrs. Ramon Asencio; Legislation, Mrs. Harry Trythall; literature and magazines, Mrs. Mildred Fulton; Safety, Harry McClurg; room representatives, Mrs. Clarence Taylor. WOW— fyyf-IFsua cle. Mrs. Willis Sullivan, president, welcomed the parents and teachers who were introduced by Frederick Steller, principal. Board members were introduced by Mrs. Sullivan. After a few brief announcements Mrs. Sullivan then adjourned the informal session by asking that everyone shake hands and introduce themselves around the circle. During the social hour which followed Mrs. James Verheyen, chairman of Parent Education, was accorded serving honors. Board members, chairmen and co-chairmen serving this year are Mrs. Sullivan, president; Mrs. Jack Wright, vice president; Mrs. Max Jones, secretary and Mrs. L. M. Pates, treasurer. Also, program, Mrs. Bud Wilkins; ways and means, Mrs. Harvey McClurg, membership, Mrs, Clarence Taylor and Mrs. Harley Leitch; council, Mrs. Harold Snodgrass; scholarship, Mrs. William Spanos; Parent Education, Mrs. James Verhey- Dean Nill and Mrs. John Cratty, preceding the meeting, The room- count award banner was won by Sister Agnes Marie's first grade room. DONT IfAVE. TOWN! BOWMAN'S CARRY IN-STOCK SHOES TO FIT EVERY WOT! ? OW0tti#t HILL ARCADE BLDG. 3424313 GALESBURG, ILL. Fairway Winners . . . LAKE BRACKEN Women golfers of Knox County Country Club played for first and second high net at the Lake Bracken course Tuesday. Winners in the first flight were Mrs. Phillip Bulkeley, first, and Mrs. Robert Hickerson, second. Second flight winners were Mrs. Bertha Sweborg, first, and Mrs. Marvin Behrens, second. Next Tuesday will be the final day of women's golf play, when the season will conclude with the "never wuzzers" potluck luncheon. Teresa Cobb Has Birthday Party Mrs. Thomas Sepdch was hostess at a birthday party for Teresa Cobb, who was celebrating her sixth birthday anniversary in the Cobb home, 1360 E. Fremon'. St. The table was decorated with a birthday cake and a centerpiece of lavender asters arranged by T e r e s a's grandmother, Mrs. Charles Cobb. Guests besides the little girl's father, A. H, Cobb, were Mrs. Gale Weidenhamer and children, Gale Lee, Lynn and Lyle, Mrs. Howard HiUier and children, John, Gloria, Polly and H. J., Royal Cunningham and daughter Kelly, Ki, and Kathy Johnson, Chris and John Johnson. Teresa opened a number of gifts after which Mrs. Sepieh served refresiuKflflts. Grubb Magazines, newspapers, grocery bags and other items usually relegated to the trash can were put to use Thursday afternoon during a craft lesson given for Grubb Parent-Teacher Association members by Mrs. Charles Berry. Mothers and teachers were presented with many ideas for keeping small hands busy. Grocery bag hats made by Mrs. Berry were modeled by many of those present. Members were shown how to make newspaper aprons and then put the aprons to use to keep clothes clean while they participated in making designs with paint and soda straws. The program was concluded with instructions for making flowers from facial tissues, During the business portion of the meeting, officers and committee chairmen were introduced to the new PTA members by Mrs. Harold Wilson, president. Miss Gladys Davies, principal, introduced the teachers to the members. Announcement was made by Mrs. Wilson that school pictures would be taken Oct. 9. Oct. 1 and Feb. 1 were declared "Kleenex" days and each mother is to send a box of tissues to school so that teachers will be prepared for the sniffle and sneeze season ahead. A social hour followed the meeting. Serving on the social committee were Mrs. Fred Madvig, Mrs. Keith Nelson, and Mrs. Robert McFarland. ELLESON'S BAKERY 144 E. MAIN $T. Formerly Federal Bakery Specializing in French Pastries* Danish Pastries, Cream Puffs, Cookies, Breads. DECORATED CAKI5 DAY OlD IAKIBY GOODS-'/; Price 9 'til 5 - Monday thru Sat. 9 'til 9 — Monday & Friday Owners Mr. k Mrs. Richard Eltesee particles are more or less conspicuous according to conditions of the firing. Often the gloss is unequally distributed so that one side of a piece may be quite dry while the other is highly glazed. Dwight's stoneware was mostly of two types, a brown glaze and a drab white. His salt-glazed tankards and jugs in white with a brown glaze reaching from the lip to a variable distance down the vessel and ornamented with applied reliefs are amusing and, in this day, arc museum pieces. The manufacture of salt-glaze was taken up assiduously in Staf fordshire, the best period being between 1720 and 1760. The ear Jiesfc pieces were a drab-colored ware with applied ornament similar to those made by Dwight. The Doulton pieces made more than a century later are easily recognizable from incised marks on the base, and are pleasant additions to modern decor. The pitcher shown has a deep cream- colored base, with a brown glaze and applied decorations in white, except where covered by the overlapping brown. To save hours of scouring, boil a solution of one tablespoon of cream of tartar and one quart of water in a blackened aluminum pan. Him will never stand alone, he concluded. Mrs. Roy Lofgren accompanied Mrs. Don Teel, soloist, and also introduced Rev. Mr. Smith. Members of Priscilla Circle wore hostesses for the meeting in the Martha Room of the church. Mrs. K G. Murccn and Mrs. Lc- roy Williamson served the dessert coffee from an attractive table centered with lighted tapers and a tiered compote filled with autumn flowers and foliage. The group later met in Parish Hall for the business discussion and program. Mrs. Lawrence D. Johnson read Psalm 145 and led the group in prayer. Mrs. William Hocker, president, explained the various purchases of linen, silver and dishes given by the Church Women for use at the church. In reply to Cottage Hospital's request, volunteers of T. L. C. W. will serve the Nurse's teas on Oct. 11 and 25. Members voted to continue the group membership in Galesburg Cottage Hospital Service Guild. Announcements Invitations to the Lutheran Seminary Auxiliary Tea Sept. 29 and L. C. W. Galcsburg-Rock Island District meeting at Trinity Lutheran Church at Moline in October were read. The latter meeting includes luncheon, and children will be served in the nursery provided for the clay. Rcserva tions may be made by Oct. 12 with Mrs. Hocker. Mrs. James Van Gicson of Grace Episcopal Church review cd the film, "Track 13," a religious film made in Grand Central Station, New York, and based on actual situations. The people of Galesburg are invited to see this film at the Grace Episcopal Church on Oct. 13. A welcome was extended to Mrs. Constant Johnson, wife of Trinity's new pastor. Mrs. Cecil Swartz, Mrs. Claude Brock and Mrs. Earl Scaburg were in charge of hospitality for the afternoon. Announce Daughter's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Cox of Maquon announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Louise Marie, to Sherrill Lowell Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aklen Swanson of Victoria. The marriage will take place at Corpus Christi Catholic Church in Galesburg. No wedding date has been set. ifcjtl Orders Accepted %/ IN ADVANCE OF TICKET OFFICE OPENINGI # So that you may have first choice of seats before regular box office sale starts ; Send letter GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie stating number and price of seats desired and choice of performance. Encloae check or money order together with a stamped, self- addressed envelope for Send letter to the Mail Orders Get Priority The Original Telephone Reservations Accepted at GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 S. Prairie St. Phone 342-5161 THE COLOSSUS OF STAGE PRODUCTIONS JOSEF MEIER and a Huge Cast BLACK HILLS W Clip This Coupon *nd Mail Hghi Nowl f • GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL, 140 S. 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HUBERT DUTELL . . . is the wife of the general manager of Gates Rubber Co. . . is the former Margaret Babcock of Denver, Colo. . . moved from Denver to 211 Circle Drive . . . was a member of the Children's Hospital Auxiliary and the Parent-Teacher Association In Colorado . . . was graduated from Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colo. . . lists sewing, cookln? and bridge as her special interests ... is the mother of Walt, 12, and Mark, 10 ... is a member of Soange- tat 'ta Country Club and Civic Nu-Komers. Junior Board Convenes Members of Galesburg Junior Woman's Club board assembled Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. David Gaw, 1656 E. Fremont St.. with Mrs. C. R. McClure serving as co-hostess. Mrs. George Stephenson, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Jack Churchill announced that a coffee for new members will be given in the home of Mrs. Stephenson, 738 N. Broad St., at 8 o'clock the evening of Sept. 26. Mrs. Stephenson, reported on the 15th District Board meeting Saturday at the Galesburg Woman's Club house. It was announced Mrs. Ada Gaffney Shaff will be the speaker at the luncheon to be Oct. 1 at Holiday Inn. Her lecture "Charm Is Your Business," is designed to show the career woman, the homemaker and the student how to be charming and glamorous while budgeting time and money. cm BALCONY 343-2112 er 50% You won't want to pass up this cold wave "Buy-of- the-Month." Our recj. 12.50 deluxe permanent NOW ONLY A25 \t0 complete 495 Sue Cory "Festival" Cold Wave •NORMAL HAIR O*H,Y % Use Your Charge Account §1 No Appointment Necessary

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