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8 Galesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, Sepf. 24, 1963 Reason dll&ts Cjaiaxu oi Stars Music comes alive for the new season next month in Galesburg, A galaxy of attractions which Civic Music members will enjoy beginning in October, reads like a cross-section of the most exciting Leslie Parnas Cellist offerings of the American concert stage .... Nelson and Neal duo pianists .... Columbus Boychoir .... bass-baritone Donald Gramm .... cellist Leslie Parnas .... pianist Lorin Hollander .... Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra. Still that is not the whole story, for a reciprocal arrangement has been entered into with the Kewanee concert association, and Galesburg members' cards will admit them to these Kcwance concerts: Rondolicrs, Monday, Oct. 14 ... . Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, Monday, Nov. Donald Gramm Bass-Baritone Lorin Hollander Pianist 18. . . . Stan Freeman, Monday, Feb. 10. Need Member Cards A word about the Kewanee concerts was issued todaj' by the Galesburg association's secretary, Mis. Marie Salzberg Swanson. She announced that all Kewanee concerts will be at 8:15 p.m. in Kewanee High School auditorium. People who expect to go there will need their Galesburg Civic Music Association membership cards to gain admittance. These are being prepared now for mailing to members, and Mrs. Swanson hopes to get them sent out in time for the Kewanee concert of Oct. 14. However, any member who has not received a membership card before that time, and wishing to go to the Kewanee concert, should call Mrs. Swanson and obtain the card. List Galesburg Dates The Galesburg membership cards have listed on the back all of the Galesburg concert dates- Nelson and Neal. Monday, Oct. 28; Columbus Boychoir, Tuesday, Nov. 12; Donald Gramm, Sunday, Jan. 12; Leslie Parnas, Monday, Feb. 3; Lorin Hollander, Tuesday, April 7; Minneapolis Symphony, Thursday, April 30. The Gramm concert, the only one on Sunday, will be at 3:30 p.m. All others are 8:15 p.m. All six will be in Knox Memorial Gymnasium. New residents of the Galesburg area, and persons who were out of town when the membership rarian oCib Of 3 Outlined ^development oreian ~^lid policy ^or Sc Beginning a year's study of a "Panorama of American Aid,"-Mrs. Warren Morris presented the program for Sorosis, outlining the origin and development of U.S. Foreign Aid policy. "Now in its 17th year," she stated, "our aid program has experienced more changes in objectives, administrators, and even names, and has been the subject of more controversies among the American people and in Congress, than any other in our generation." The speaker traced the history of foreign aid from its start in World War II for European recovery through the Marshall Plan, the Truman Doctrine and others to the current administration's Agency for International Development. Mrs. Morris pointed out the changing methods of the programs from economic, technical and military aid to the Peace Corps and Food for Peace projects, and the varying objectives of relief to war torn Europe and aid to under-developed countries to "restraint of Communist oppression" and "an essential diplomatic tool." "Whatever the balance sheet may show in the way of success or failure," Mrs. Morris said, "it is safe to assume that the United States will be in the foreign aid business for some time to come." In conclusion, Mrs. Morris stated, "In cooperating in development efforts, the U.S. offers hope that the vision of a better and richer world is not a Utopian Don't worry... oro&ii dream. Aid is obviously no cure- all, no panacea. But many believe that U.S. aid can help in the underdeveloped world shape a more promising future." Members met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Marc Parsons, 582 N. Cherry St. Miss Blanche Holmes assisted the hostess while Mrs. Charles Gamble and Mrs. Daniel Roberts were given serving honors. Find out in a hurry! Call long Distance! Whenever you're separated, it's the shortest distance between you and your loved ones. In a neighboring town or across the country, a long distance telephone call lets you take the wonder out of wondering how they are. Best of all, long distance rates are lower than ever before... especially when you call after 9 P.M. Try it and see. Tonight. Business Office Phone 343-1112 Entertains Clio Club Clio Club met Monday morning for coffee at the home of Mrs. Phillip Mariner, 378 Knollcrest Drive, to discuss the coming years study program on the theme "Cultural Patterns." Polynesian, African, and Australian Bushman, will be among those studied as examples of primitive culture; Sweden and the U.S.A. today as contemporary behavior patterns. The study programs will begin Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. J. H. Annegers, 1229 N. Cedar St., with Mrs. Herbert Priestley giving a paper on Bushman culture. Projects Are Discussed by Uxores Society Uxores Society, staff wives at the Galesburg State Research Hospital, held their first meeting for the ensuing year of 1963-64 Monday evening. Mrs. Christopher Bull, president, opened the meeting and welcomed all members. A short business meeting followed at which time Mrs. Bull suggested several projects to be considered by the group for the year. An arrangement of fall flowers centered the serving table as members were served refreshments by Mrs. Robert Bryant and Mrs. Low Lehman. Try folding cooked sweetened rhubarb into lemon-flavored gelatin after the dessert mix has thickened slightly; then fold in a little whipped cream or whipped evaporated milk. The Black Hills PASSION PUY Sept. 29 & 30 Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 • $2.80 • $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY - 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for tickets Galesburg Register-Mai) 140 S. Prairie 342-5161 Nelson and Neal Duo-Pianists campaign was held last spring, may obtain memberships from Mrs. Swanson. Otherwise, the membership roll is closed, due to the plan of avoiding guarantor and deficit troubles. Memberships are all written in the spring campaign, then the concerts that fund will provide are contracted. No individual admission tickets arc ever sold. Knox, Civic Combined Concert resources of Civic Music and Knox College have been combined to provide perhaps the greatest year of concerts in Galcsburg's history, the season announcement pointed out today. Mrs. Ada Gaifncy Shaff "Charm Is Your Business" will be the topic presented by Mrs. Ada Gaffney Shaff of Bettendorf, Iowa, who will be the speaker at the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club luncheon Tuesday, Oct. 1. The event will be at 12:45 o'clock at Holiday Inn. Her lecture is designed to show the career woman, the homemaker and the student how to be charming and glamorous while budgeting time and money. Mrs. Shaff operates her own school o" charm and modeling in Bettendorf, and is fashion authority for WOC-TV, Davenport. She also co-ordinates and presents shows for merchants and organizations. Twice a year, Mrs, Shaff attends the openings in New York of such fashion houses as Christian Dior, Dottie Carnegie, and other leading designers. Mrs. Shaff brings her audiences a. practical approach to a subject of vital interest to women everywhere. ior and about m omen Social ^Announcements . • • Jdolder - 2ah $ead at 1/Y}t anan u owS oun u ernon HEA COrFEE The chairman, first vice chair man, second vice chairman and committee and Public Informa tion Unit Officers of the St. Au gustine Unit of Knox County Homemakers' Extension Associa tion are being asked to attend the membership kick-off coffee to be held at the Farm Bureau Audi toriuffi in Galesburg Wednesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. WOMAN'S RELIEF CORPS Members of the Woman's Relief Corps will have a third quarter birthday luncheon Thursday at noon at the IOOF Hall. A gener al meeting will follow at 2 o'clock All members are being invited to attend and are being asked to bring own table service for the luncheon. Trinity Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon was the scene of the wedding for Miss Kay Holder and John James Zakarian of Galesburg. The nuptials were solemnized at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening, Sept. 14, as Rev. Anthony Viton read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Holder, Mount Vernon, and the bridegroom, son of Mrs. A. Zakarian of Jerusalem, Jordan. Miss Holder, given in marriage by her father, selected a simply styled white eyelet dress for her wedding. Short illusion veiling was caught to a crown of stephanotis. She carried a heart shaped bouquet of pale lavender asters, stephanotis and ivy. Attendants In keeping with the wedding motif of lavender and white, Mrs. Charles Miller of Marion, matron of honor, selected a lavender dress for the ceremony. Serving as his brother's best man was Michael Zakarian, of Carbondale. Guests were seated by Tom Eichhorn of Galesburg and Farouk Umar of Carbondale as William Trinei of Mount Vernon presented the organ prelude. Felicitations were offered to the couple at a reception at the church, where guests were presented Jerusalem pottery filled with Jordan almonds as a memento. Hostess in absentia for Mr. and Mrs. John Zakarian (Miss Kay Holder) the rehearsal party on Friday was the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. A. Zakarian. Mrs. Zakarian was graduated from DePaul Hospital School of Nursing in St. Louis, Mo., and Southern Illinois University, Car- also a Illinois bondale. Mr. Zakarian, graduate of Southern University, Carbondale, is a member of the Galesburg Register-Mail editorial staff. The newlyweds are residing at 416 N. Broad St. C arm an (^Iturcli Scene o^ C^e Miss Bonnie Sue Bowlyow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail F. Bowlyow of Lomax, became the bride of Loren E. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Johnson of Carman on Sunday. The nuptials were solemnized at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at the Carman Methodist Church, Carman, as Rev. Irving H. Ken yon read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Ronald Bowlyow, of Lomax, the bride's brother. Ushers and taper light' ers were Dean Marshall and John Peterson, both of Strong hurst. Groomsmen included John Wetterling of Stronghurst and Duane Cavins of Burlington, cousin of the bridegroom. Miss Barbara Morgan of Stronghurst, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied Miss Margie Boyd, also of Stronghurst, soloist. Sister and brother of the couple, Jill Rcnee Bowlyow of Lomax and Sheldon Johnson of Carman were flower girl and ringbearer, respectively. Walks With Father Misting about the shoulders of her white nylon chiffon over satin gown was veiling caught to a Swedish pearl crown. The fitted DISCOVERED FLOWER The poinscHia flower was discovered by the first U.S. minister to Mexico in that country in 1828. The name of the discoverer, Dr. Joel Poinsett, of South Carolina, was given to the bloom. Polly's Pointers flew ^Jwist on ^Jlme By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—Due to arthritis, I do not have strength enough in my fingers to wind my watch, so I use a spring-type clothespin. Clip the pin to the watch stem at the small notch in the pin, and wind round and round with your finger. When it is tightly wound the pin will come right off.—C. J. P. DEAR POLLY — Whenever I took my little girl out of the bathtub, she kicked and screamed, as she wanted to play longer. It was almost impossible to dress her. My second child reacted the same way. One day the idea came to me to let the water run out of the tub while she was still in it. After the water is gone, she is more than willing to get out of the tub, and with no fuss.— MRo. W. R. S. DEAR POLLY — Long-nosed tweezers are a perfect companion for your sewing machine equipment. They can be used to pull out threads stuck in the bobbin. And, when you leave your crocheting, a tiny gold safety pin fastening the last stitch will save (Continued on page 9> eremonu bodice, having an oval neckline Both were graduated from and short sleeves, was accented stronghurst High School in 1962. by a large back bow a the waistline and little bows down the sides of the -.-shaped skirt, which formed a chapel train. The bride, who walked with her father to the altar, carried a melody arrangement of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. A trio of attendants, Miss Edith Isaacson of Stronghurst, maid of honor, Miss Sherry Johnson of Carman, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Judy Den Adel, of Leighton, Iowa, cousin of the bride, preceded the bride down the aisle. Identical in styling, the attendants' satin brocaded ballerina dresses were fashioned with fitted bodices and dome shaped skirts. Each had matching halo hats with short veils. Miss Isaacson was in pink; Miss Johnson and Miss Den Adel, in blue. Each carried arrange ments of pale pink dianthus accented with pink satin foliage in three shades of pink with various shades of pink ribbon. Reception At the reception which followed in the church parlors, Miss Judy West of Biggsville, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Karen Pearson, Miss Kay Dowell, Miss Beverly Morris, all of Stronghurst, Miss Ro Ellen Evans oi Lomax and Miss Mary Ford of Carman. Honors were shared by Mrs. Robert Thornberg of Crete, Mrs. Carl Haambrecker of Lomax, Mrs. Bernard Windom of Galesburg, aunts of the bridegroom, Mrs. John Clover of Carman, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. Clara Landrum of Stronghurst. After a wedding trip and Sept. 29, the newlyweds will reside on a farm near Carman, where he is farming with his father. Mrs. Johnson is employed at the rational Bank of Burlington. KAPPA KAPPA GAMMA ALUMNAE Members of Kappa Kappa Gam* ma Alumnae will meet Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ralph Maguire, 744 Ruby St. OLD BATEMAN SCHOOL REUNION Former pupils of the old Bate* man school will hold a reunion potluck dinner at noon Friday at the Galesburg Woman's Club house, 516 N. Prairie St. Those attending are being asked to bring own table service and a dish of food. Meat and coffee will be provided by the committee. POPULAR ASTRONOMY CLUB Popular Astronomy Club members will meet Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock for a potluck dinner and program at the Sky Ridge Observatory, Coal Town Road, Moline. The program, "Total Solar Eclipse of July 20, 1963," will be given by Harry Nelson and Sam Harris, who were in Maine at the time. They will show slides. If the weather is unfavorable, the potluck dinner will be cancelled and the program will be given at Denkman Library, Au- gustana College, Rock Island, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS The opening meeting of the League of Women Voters will be at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. William Johnson, Willow Creek Farm. Discussion of land fill method of garbage disposal will form the program. Ml MI CLUB Mi Mi Club members will meet Thursday afternonn at 1:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Walter Simpson of near Galesburg. Mrs. Lawrence Nichols will be the assisting hostess. HEA Sponsors Hat Making Class The Knox County Homemakers Extension Association are again sponsoring a hat making class to be conducted by Mrs. Alberta Am Rhein, of Hopedale. Classes will start at 9 o'clock in the morning in the Farm Bureau auditorium on Monday and the evening classes will start at 6:30 o'clock. Last spring a two- day hat making course, with one evening class, was sponsored. Tickets or reservations may be purchased at the Knox County Home Adviser's office in the basement of the Post Office Building, Galesburg. GOING BALD! 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