Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
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n ewd„. for and about Wo omen GALESBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1963 PAGE 13 Officerd, Vacuity >3ntroctucetl at Introductions and discussions opened the way to the new school year at the first meeting of Cooke School Parent-Teacher Association Tuesday evening at the school. Teachers were introduced by Wendell Price, principal. Parents responded by introducing themselves to the group. During a group discussion led by Donald Bryant, president, questions concerning the sale of savings stamps, the physical education program in the schools, the problem of school vandalism, and the safety of school children Auxiliary Assembles In Knoxville When the Woman's Auxiliary to the Knox County Medical Society assembled Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Homer L. Fleisher Jr. in Knoxville members were served a luncheon. A centerpiece of fall flowers decorated the table. Serving on the committee were Mrs. Roderic B. Howell, chairman, Mrs. H. P. Bagley, Mrs. Robert C. Hickerson Jr., Mrs. Lowell C. Neveln, Mrs. Francis P. Weyrens and Mrs. Thomas Tourlentes. Following the luncheon the business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Richard Bick, president. Other officers for the coming year are Mrs. Robert Reed, vice president; Mrs. Weyrens, secretary, and Mrs. Kent Kleinkauf, treasurer. The afternoon was devoted to discussion of business for the coming year. The auxiliary will hold a 12 o'clock luncheon at the Galesbui'g Cottage Hospital on Oct. 1, followed by sewing and tea. JC nox ampud Dr. H. Murray Baylor, professor of music, and his wife, Dr. Elisabeth B. Baylor, instructor in modern languages, have resumed teaching duties at Knox College after spending a semester abroad. The Baylor's traveled in Europe for several months. They attended concerts and plays, visited museums, churches and historical monuments and gathered materials for courses at the college. Countries visited on their tour included Holland, Austria, Germany, Italy, France, Spain and England. Knox faculty members on leave during the first semeter of the 1963-64 academic term are Dr. George H. Ward, chairman of the (Continued on page 14) TURKEY DINNER THURSDAY, SEPT. 26 Henderion Grove Lutheran Church Serving at 5 P.M. Donation S1.S0 and $1.00 Bonnie Scott Mr. and Mrs. Claude Scott of Midland, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter, Bonnie Kaye, to Darrel Ericson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ericson, 959 Pennsylvania Ave. Both the bride-elect and her fiance attend Anderson College, Anderson, Ind. Wedding vows will be exchanged June 13. Entertains ORC Auxiliary Mrs. M. E. Lawler, 74 Illinois Ave., was hostess at a 12:30 luncheon in her home Tuesday afternoon when she entertained the ORC Auxiliary. A lighted birthday cake centered the table acknowledging birthdays and anniversaries of members. Cards were the diversion of the afternoon with prizes being won by Mrs. R. T. O'Donnell, H. E. Swanson and Mrs. Curtis Anderson. LPNA Convenes At St.. Mary's Annual reports were given at the Licensed Practical Nurse Association of Illinois, Division 14, when the group met in the doctor's room at St. Mary's Hospital recently. Officers elected were Mrs. Idamae Damitz, president, Mrs. Mildred Hale, first vice president, and Mrs. Juanita Smith, secretary. Two guests were Mrs. Farm- hall and Vendlo Nordheilm. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Damitz, Mrs. Elva Reed, Mrs. Pauline Mattson and Mrs. Margaret Riesebieter. From Alexis... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson of Alexis announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia, to Frank Johnson, son of Mrs. Earl Johnson, Galesburg. Miss Robertson is employed at Alton Box Board Co., in Galesburg. Mr. Johnson is employed as a draftsman at Amatek, Inc., in East Moline. Wedding vows will be exchanged on Oct. 13 in the First United Presbyterian Church in Alexis at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The reception will follow in the church basement. No invitations are being sent; however, all friends and relatives are invited to attend both the ceremony and the reception. Miss Robertson announced her engagement in November 1962. From Roseville... Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hayes of Roseville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sherry Sue to William L. Bayne, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bayne, also of Roseville. Miss Hayes, a graduate of Roseville High School, class of 1960, is employed at Gamble - Skogmo, Inc., in Monmouth. Mr. Bayne, a graduate of Roseville High School, is employed by the Monmouth Hospital. Wedding vows will be exchanged Nov. 3 at 3 o'clock in the afternoon in the Roseville Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and the reception to follow in the social room at the church. JCCW Of/;. PASSION PLAY SEPT. 29-30 Evenings at 8 Sunday Matinee at 2:30 Special Student Matinee Monday at 12:45 PRICES Main Floor $2.75 - $2.20 Balcony $2.20-$1.60 Students (Special Matinee) 75c Tax Included. Evenings and Sunday Matinee All Seats Reserved. Call 342-5161 for Reservations or Information. Ticket Office (Register-Mail Business Office) Open 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. icerA Installation of new officers for the Lutheran Church Women of the First Lutheran Church was conducted by Rev. Ordell Peterson at Tuesday morning's meeting at the church. Serving will be Mrs. Phil Las;;, president; Mrs. Earl Anderson, vice president; Mrs. Robert Nelson, secretary, and Miss Florence Johnson, treasurer. Members of the newly formed Morning Guild served as hostesses for the day which included a luncheon. "Sweet Adelines," a women's barbershop chorus, presented several selections as the program. at street crossings were brdught before the group. Bishop W. M.'Jones, of Sycamore, who is visiting in this community, spoke extemporaneously to the group following this discussion. He stressed the importance if parent-teacher cooperation and the responsibilities to be shared in the shaping of children's lives and characters. Officers and committee chairmen were presented to the group. President is Mrs. Bryant; vice president and program chairman, Mrs. Richard Baldwin; secretary, Mrs. James Taylor; treasurer and membership chairman, Mrs. Bruce Wilder; social chairman, Mrs. Louis Haynes; hospitality chairman, Mrs. Henry Johann; citizenship chairman, Mrs. Richard Townsend. Also, legislative chairman, Wendell Price; summer roundup chairman, Mrs. Ed Glenn Bartlett; sunshine chairman, Mrs. Virgil White; PTA magazine chairman, Mrs. Robert Williams; parent education chairman, Mrs. W. C. Jackson; and movies, radio, and television chairman, Mrs. Junior Johnson. During the social hour Miss Martha Case presided at the refreshment table. Social chairmen were Mrs. Louis Haynes and Mrs. Robert Taylor. Members were asked to note the change of the PTA date to the fourth Tuesday of each month; the PTA Board will meet the third meeting of each month. To stop draw strings from being pulled through or out of clothes, stitch them into the hood, pants or blouse. The best place for stitches: the center of the draw string. MRS. EUGENE L. OLSON. . . is the wife of the division freight agent for the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad . . .moved from Detroit, Mich., to 1018 N. Cedar St. . . .is the former Anita Gessler of Madison, Wis. . . .was a member of the Ladies Traffic Club of Detroit. . .is the mother of Jeanne, who is married and lives in Detroit, Jeffery, 9, and Michael, 3. . .lists sports and flower gardening as her special interests . . .is a member of Civic Nu- Komers. If your electric iron warms up slowly or if the lights flicker when you turn them on, you may have an overloaded circuit. READ THE WANT ADS! REGISTER NOWII for Free "Tammy" Doll DRAWING SATURDAY. Nov. 2 No Purchase Requlradl PUNCH b JUDY DOLL HOSPITAL 725 OLIVE ST. — 342-57B4 Doll Clothet — Repalri — Accessories Monday Jhru Friday—9;30 to 5 Of* Beauty Salon BALCONY Cold Wave Special School bells will be ringing soon .,, You'll want to be especially well groomed for your first day of school. A smart, fall hairstyle will help you greet classmates with confidence. Reg. 8.50 Sue Cory A Q C "Festival" 4| Cold Wave now complete 'NORMAL HAIR ONLY Helene Curtis 'Deep Secret' Cold Waves from $10 • Use Your Charge Account t No Appointment Necessary Calendar of Meetings EAST MAIN STREET CHURCH CIRCLES The circles of the Woman's Fellowship of East Main Street Congregational Church will meet as follows: Flora Ward Circle, with Mrs. James Abel, 201 N. Whitesboro St., Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Mary Babcock Circle, with Mrs. Fred Lindstrom, J362 S. Kellogg St., Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Lucia Bibbins Circle, with Mrs. Russell Swanson, 1410 S. Seminary St., Thursday evening at 8 o'clock. PTA WORKSHOP The Parent-Teacher Association will sponsor a workshop Thursday morning at 9 o'clock for all magazine and literature chairmen and committee members. The meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Jack Sanford, 1241 Day St. ST. MARGARET'S GUILD St. Margaret's Guild of the Grace Episcopal Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the undercroft of the church. The program will be given by Mrs. Robert Sparks, worship chairman. CREDIT WOMEN'S BREAKFAST CLUB Credit Women's Breakfast Club will meet at the Elks Club Thursday evening at 6:15 o'clock.. There will be installation of officers and induction of new members. ADULT BIBLE CLASS Members of the Adult Bible Class of the First Baptist Church will meet Fridav afternoon at the home of Mrs. Effie Richardson, 253 N. Henderson St., at 2 o'clock. Invited to White House Ceremony Mrs. Harper Andrews of Kewanee, a member of the Committee on Civil and Political Rights of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, has been invited to attend the White House ceremony at which the Commission's report will be presented to President Kennedy. Oct. 11, date of the presentation, marks the birthday anniversary of Eleanor Roosevelt, late Chairman of the Commission. Mrs. Andrews, former president of the Illinois League of Women Voters and a member of the Illinois Commission on Human Relations, was vice chairman of the County Welfare Services Committee of the Illinois Public Aid Commission from 1951-59. MJ'S . Andrews is a native of Galesburg, and received her degree from Knox College. READ T .ANT ADS1 f ^ian f ^lnL $a(l ^ov Sunday, Final arrangements for the Pink Ball, being sponsored by St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary were completed Tuesday morning when committee members gathered at the homo of Mrs. Charles A. Ross of near Galesburg. Pictured above are part of the group working on this benefit event. From left to right are Mrs. Harry Burke, publicity; Mrs. J. K. Gunthcr, ticket chairman; Mrs. Kenneth Smart, de­ corations chairman, Mrs. Ross, general chairman, and Mrs. Mitchell Rudman, president of the auxiliary. On the coffee table is a huge pink ball which will be part of the decorations as will the smaller ones being held by Mrs. Burke. Proceeds will be used for equipment and furnishing of the physio-therapy room at the hospital. The buffet and dinner dance will be at Harbor Lights Supper Club Sunday evening from 6 o'clock until midnight. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the ticket committee or at the door the evening of the ball. Ticket committee members include Mrs. Al Nemecek, Mrs. Dale Gunthcr, Mrs. Eugene Tobin, Mrs. Dale Rowe, Mrs. Louis Vitale, Mrs. William Hoerner, Mrs. Tony Puckett, Mrs. Richard Neagle Jr., Mrs. Frank Shank, Abingdon and Mrs. Nish Meers, Knoxville. New Books Added to Library The following new books have been received at the Galesburg Public library, according to Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian. Adult MY DARLING CLEMENTINE, by Jack Fishman. In the first book to bo devoted to Lady Churchill, she emerges as a vibrant, unconventional personality of great charm. THE ROMMEL PAPERS, by B. II. Liddell Hart. Hidden papers recording the story of his dramatic career and the exact details of his masterly campaigns were left by Field Marshal Rommel, and from this material the author has drawn a complete, authoritative account of the campaigns. RUMBLES LEFT AND RIGHT, by William F. Buckley Jr. The author's newest book deals with people — those on the political right and on the political left, who have made and are making news. NO LAMB FOR SLAUGHTER, by Edward Lamb. This autobiography is an exciting book on many counts — personal, legal, financial, political and historical. ABINGDON PARTY AND BANQUET BOOK, by Clyde M. Maguire. All the ideas in this new party book have been table tested and adaptability is the keynote of the plans. If you have been appointed chairman of a banquet at your club or asked to plan a dinner for your church, the book is a help in your planning. THE DOUGHBOYS, by Laurence Stallings. The story of the Doughboys of the A.E.F. begins in France on June 13, 1917. Here are the familiar names and exploits, and in addition scores of other unknown or forgotten individuals and incidents. THE GREAT PSYCHOLOGISTS, by Robert L. Watson. From Aristotle to Freud, this is the story of psychology in terms of the men who made it great, and be gins with the first recorded experiment. FLASHES AND FLAGS, by Jack Coggins. This is an interesting account of signals and signaling devices in every clay use—by ships, planes, trains, in sports, traffic and weather warnings. FIND A CAREER IN PHYSICS, by Eileen Schusslcr. Along with a thorough discussion of the field of physics, the author adds many suggestions on "how to start now" and the courses to take to build your background. BETTER BOWLING FOR BOYS, by David C. Cooke. Boys 8 to 14 can learn bowling techniques the experts use in this illustrated book on bowling. THE NEW WORLD OF GLASS, by Irmengarde Eberle. The important events in the history of glassmaking are told, and the author describes many new kinds of glass made today and its varied uses. OLD NEOPOL1TAN FAIRY TALES, by Rose L. Minctele. These are ancient Italian fairy tales selected by the author and told for American children. BIRDS WILL COME TO YOU, by Charles Philip Fox. This book tells how to attract birds—the stay-at-homes who endure the snow and the migrants who return in the spring. There are also photographs and drawings for building bird feeders and bird houses, dent, was at the coffee service. Prettiest-walking stacks! What's your favorite stacked heel height? We h &vm it! 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