Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 28, 1963 · Page 3
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I pete s li MRS. MORTON D. WILL- CUTTS Jr. . . .is the wife of a specialist in internal medicine associated with the Galesburg Clinic. . .is the former June Millett of Louisville, Ky. . . moved from Corpus Christi, Tex., to 862 N. Prairie St. . . was graduated from St. Vincents Hospital School of Nursing, Indianapolis, Ind. . .lists bridge, swimming, painting and sewing as her special interests . .was a member of the Medical Auxiliary and St. Patrick Altar Society in Corpus Christi . . .is the mother of Kathleen, 7, Mike, 6, Tom, 4, Brian 3, Saron, 2 and John, 1 . . .is a member of Immaculata Guild, Lakclawn and Civic Nu-Komers. )r rfl I J l H P J p F . | . I |> I , | .4 MRS. JAMES SWANSON. . . moved from Dundee to 1156 Florence Ave. . . .is the former Gerry Garrison of Winchester, III. . . .attended the University of Illinois, where she affiliated with Chi Omega sorority. . .is the wife of a high school teacher, who coaches at Knox College, and is co-owner of Holiday Inn and Lakclawn. . .is the mother of four daughters, Cathrine, 8, Marcy, 6, Cristen, 5, and Jennifer, 3. . . .lists modern dance, antiques and dramatics as her special interests . . .is a member of Junior Woman's Club and Civic Nu-Komers. an Galesbur ace & • • # Gives Major Lesson Mrs. Forrest Squire gave the major lesson, "Fashion and You" at this week's meeting of the Homemakers Extension Association at Coldbrook, when the group met at the home of Mrs. Charles Graham, near Galesburg, Mrs. Lee Brit presented the memorial service for Mrs. Joe Sallee. She also presented the slate of officers for the ensuing year. 1 0 0 4 amor Returns Home • . • Mrs. Gail Flesher has returned to Galesburg after a summer of traveling from one end of the country to the other. Early in the summer she drove to California for the wedding of her son, Gail Tim Flesher. Mrs. Lea Gauss and Dr. Flesher were married at the Hidden Valley Guest Ranch in California. Best man at the wedding was his brother, Ned, who also drove west with his family. Dr. Flesher is a research engineer and scientist at General Motors plant in Santa Barbara, Calif. Then she drove to the east coast to meet her daughter, Sandra, who had spent the first two months of the summer studying in Europe. Miss Flesher, who is first oboeist with the Woodwind Quintet of the Milwaukee Symphony, and her mother drove through Canada. On their return to the States they took the boat trip from Montreal to New York where they visited relatives in Rochester before returning to Milwaukee. The first week in October Mrs. Flesher will be traveling again as she is going to Milwaukee to hear the first concert given by the Milwaukee Symphony on Oct. 7. Beg Senior Year at Monmouth This semester Miss Sandra Epperson is back on the Monmouth College campus after spending a Washington semester at the American University in the nation's capital. As part of a program established at Monmouth students may take a semester's work in the capital, which allows them to study government first-hand. Part of the work included a government seminar, which featured 50 speakers from the city of Washington, among them be- Attorney General Robert ing and Robert Taft of Kennedy Ohio. In addition they attended committee many meetings in Visits Son . . . Mr. and Mrs. Roy Harding, 1282 Bridge Ave., have returned home after spending two weeks in Atlanta, Ga., where they visited with their son, Larry and family. While there they attended the christening of their grandson, William Roy. Former Resident . . . When the officials' whistles ceased at the halftime of the Peoria Woodruff - Galesburg Streaks football game Thursday evening they were replaced by the shrill of the whistle from the head majorette of the Warrior High School band, Miss Bonnie Jean Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Martin, former Galesburg residents, now of Peoria. This majorette, who led the band onto the field for half-time entertainment, was born in Galesburg 17 years ago and not only was she celebrating her birthday but was starting her fourth year with the Woodruff band and the second year as Head Majorette of the band. Bonnie received her first baton lesson when she was five years old from Joan DeWeese Studios in Galesburg. She moved from Knox County when she was in the fifth grade and is now a senior at Woodruff. She is also a member of the Peoria Senior Summer Band and was one of Peoria's majorettes who performed with the band at the Seattle World's Fair a year ago when the 130-piece band was named "Band of the Day" at the fair. She also will be a performer with the same band when they accept the invitation to perform at the New York World's fair next summer. Besides winning several top awards in school competition, Bonnie has won many medals and trophys in NBTA tournaments. She won over nine of Peoria's top twirlers last summer for the opportunity to lead the Summer band in contests and parades at Chicago Riverview Park during the Chicago- land Music Festival. Beauty Salon Balcony 50% o on Feel as fresh and crisp as a cool Fall breeze with a new glamor coif that's smart and natural... Gives you a "fancy-free" feeling for Fall! Reg. 12.50 cold wave I kA T VA/ . g 1 Mon.. Tue$ M Wed. Haircut _ Budget Wave 4.95* complete I *NORMAL HAIR ONLY t U$e Your Charge Account t No Appointment Necessary both the House and Senate, as well as supreme court sessions. Miss Epperson was present the day the decision declaring school prayer unconstitutional was handei down by that court, Needing some extra money, Miss Epperson began looking for work shortly after she arrived in Washington and listed her name with the University employment agency. One day David Hackett, executive director of the president's council on juvenile delinquency called the school for someone to care for his four children from time to time. She was recommended and was accepted. This led to a number of interesting events, one was Easter dinner at the Robert Kennedys, as Bob, Ted and David had been in undergraduate school together. tion to her work on the hill, Miss Epperson worked at the Windsor Park Hotel, Connecticut Avenue, N.W. evenings from 5 to 9 o'clock as a hostess. Miss Epperson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Epperson, 942 Jefferson St. News lor and oct a ^4, nnouncemen About Women CHILDREN'S ROOM Children's Room Association will meet Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at the Cottage Hospital. Hostesses will be members of the Knox County Medical Society Auxiliary. tally Retarded will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Sunnysidc School, 17.1 S. Cedar. Guests are welcome. VISITING NURSE Visiting Nurse Association will meet at the home of Mrs. Jeff Good, 440 N. Prairie St., Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. GALESBURG COUNCIL Galesburg Council for the Men- Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Ledbetter, W A second working Senator summer part time job was as a receptionist for Thomas Mclntyre, of New Hampshire, who is filling out the late Styles Bridges term of office. This became a full time job for the off to see and hear the many things taking place in the capital. Civil Rights March The most unforgettable one, being the tremendous demonstration, the civil rights march. The office was open only part of that day, then the office workers joined the march. Later in the day she watched announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sherry, to Glen Glas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Glas, 742 Harvey St. Wedding vows will be exchanged Nov. 30. Miss Ledbctter, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Browns Business College, is employed at Gil Hebarcl Guns, Knoxville. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed by Central Engineering of Galesburg. He attended Eureka College in Eureka prior to his employment in Galesburg. B-T-ETTES B-T-Kttcs will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Leroy Nixon, 1023 E. Fremont St. KNOXVILLE COURTHOUSE MUSEUM AND OLD JAIL Hostesses at the Knoxville Courthouse Museum and Old Jail Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock will be Mrs. Lloyd Wolf and Mrs. Harold Grutzmacher, representatives of the Knoxville Junior Woman's Club. DENTAL ASSISTANTS Dr. Robert Glenn of Burlington, Iowa, a pedodontist, will bo the speaker at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Western Illinois Dental A s s i s ta n ts Soc i et y a t o'clock at the Holiday Inn. 7 To Attend Fall Poiivoir In Chicago Cook County Salon No. I La Boutique des Unit Chapeau ct Quarantc Femmos, the Eight and Forty, will host the Fall Potivoir executive board meeting to be at the Morrison Hotel in Chicago on Oct. Chairmen and committee members attending from this area are Mrs. Walter Forbes, 521 N. Kellogg, White Wing.s editor; Mrs. Bess Lewis, 265 E. Loscy, White Wings chairman; Mrs. E. T. Bost, 954 VV. Losey, White Wings committee member, and Mrs. Chester Bennett, 1182 E. Fremont, rules committee member. General chairman is Mrs. Dorothy Ward, Chicago, Petite Chapeau of Cook County Salon. Miss Sherry Ledbctter Entertains Altrus Club it on commenting most it television, of the was one stirring things I'd ever seen." She also was present at several hearings when Ross Barnett and Gov. Wallace of Alabama testified. all the During the summer, college students working in Washington, 7,000 in number, were | ReOl privileged to attend a White House seminar. Conducted for them in eight sessions, the group heard Hubert Humphrey, Attorney General Mrs. B. E, Manworren, president, was hostess for the Thursday evening meeting of Altrusa Club when the members were entertained in her home, 145 Circle Drive, at a buffet supper. Mrs. Beula McGaughy, chairman of the finance committee, and the committee were in charge of the ways and means event which concluded with an auction. Members of the finance committee include Mrs. Everett Eager, Mrs. L. R. Wilkinson, Mrs. Elizabeth T. Rietveld, Mrs. Harold Reed and Mrs. Claire Shirck. Kennedy, Edward R. Murrow, Defense Secretary McNamara and Jimmie Hoffa. In conclusion President Past Noble Gi CLUB CARD PARTIES , LAKE BRACKEN Mrs. Florence Welch, chairman, and Mrs. Fred Zimmcr were in charge of the Thursday afternoon bridge at the Knox County Country Club. Miss Diane Ift/inger. Russell Utzinger of Cameron announces the engagement and approaching marriage of his daughter, Diane, to John Presley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Presley of Berwick. The wedding will take place Sunday, Oct. 20, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are being invited to the wedding and reception. Prizes were won by Mrs. T. R. Churchill, first; Mrs. Welch, second, and Mrs. Frank Shanks, third. The afternoon's prize was presented Mrs. Florence Jackson. Bridge play will continue through October. Mrs. Fred Mathers will be chairman for the next event. Members of Vesta Lodge met in the IOOF visitors room Thursday to reorganize the Past east ^Kennedy lawn of the spoke on the White House. Just for good measure in addi- •way Fail Winnei LAKE The golf BRACKEN for Knox County season Country Club women came to a close Tuesday with "Neverwasers Day/' Prizes were given for low gross, low net and low putts. Winners in the first were Mrs. Gale Larrv flight Mrs. Ward, Aldrich, Mrs. Clarence Anderson; second flight, Mrs. George Dixon, Mrs. Howard Dralle, Mrs. F. R. Skipton. At the close of golf play a potluck luncheon was serveo. Prizes were awarded to neverwasers. It was announced the chairman for next year will be Mrs. Leonard Grupe with Mrs. George Dixon as co-chairman. evening to reorganize Noble Grands Club, which has not been active since the consolidation of the three Rebekah lodges. Mrs. Jemima Fuller served as chairman for the meeting and Mrs. C. E. Waliham, marshal. Members voted to name the club the Past Nobel Grands Club. At the election of officers, Mrs. C. E. Walihan was elected president; Mrs. James Woollums, vice president; Mrs. Wallace Mundy, secretary; Mrs. Fuller, treasurer; Mrs. Myrtle Long, chaplain, and Miss Lucile Taylor, reporter. It was announced that on Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock, the Past Noble Grands will be entertained by Vesta Lodge, and on Monday, Oct. 30, the Abingdon Rebekah Lodge will entertain the Past Nobel Grands Association. College News . • Miss Marjoric daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell Rudman, J760 N. Broad St., will be one of one ot 100 sorority members honored Monday evening at the State University of Iowa. A banquet will recognize their efforts at earning a grade point average of 3.5 or higher during the 1962-63 academic year. This is midway between A and B grades. Miss Rudman earned a 3.5 average for one semester last year. This will be the 25th awards banquet sponsored by Panhellenic Association at the university. ance at Doeey Doe Buttons and Bows Club enjoyed square dancing to the many calls by Orlo Moore Thursday evening at the Docey Doe Club. A discussion followed the refreshment hour when it was noted that volunteer workers were needed for Sunday, Oct. 6. Work will begin at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon. It was announced beginners square dance lessons are still available for new couples on Sat- L. Rudman, | urday evening at YMCA with Orlo Moore calling. Mrs. Frank Westerfield was winner at a special drawing. Serving on the committee were Mr. and Mrs. Russell A'Hcarne Chaplain Speaks To ABWA Rev. Richard J. Means, chap- Iain at St. Mary's Hospital, was the speaker at this week's meeting of the American Business Women's Association at Harbor Lights. In discussing the topic, "Women," the speaker pointed out that in today's society, the greatness and nobility of women has been lost. He stated, "Women today are a concept of American society of which they dominate." During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. David Nelson, president, reports were made by standing committee chairmen. A vocational talk was given by Mrs. Ben Amato. Mrs. Lyle Baird, ways and means chairman, announced a rummage sale for Oct. 7. Mrs. Nelson conducted an induction ceremony for new members. Mrs. Miles Pinckney. Miss Priscilla Jenkins, Mrs. W. L. Darner, Mrs. John Mcllican, Mrs. John Hilford. Mrs. Edwin Watkins and Mrs. Charles Hilman. Guests were Mrs. Earl Frinsthal and Mrs. Edna Zoris. Wedding in Knoxville Then 8 Now NEW YORK (UPI) - In ancient Greek culture, hair styling was considered a fine art. Women spent hours dressing their long hair with the classic Venus dc Milo coiffure—hair parted in the middle and caught into a chignon. There also were spiral curls, ringlets, braids and waves. Even men used curling irons, said one hair-styling information service here. The Presbyterian Church in Knoxville was the scene of the wedding of Miss Mary Arnold and Ronald Smith. The nuptials were solemnized at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Sept. 21, as Rev. Howard Bailey read the vows. Miss Arnold is the daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Boostrom, 231 S. Pearl St., Galesburg, and Estill Arnold of Rock fsland. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Smith of Galesburg. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a pink contrasting nylon dress with matching pink accessories for the wedding. Miss Patricia Sue Hoffman, cousin of bridegroom, lit candles before the ceremony. Mrs. Howard Bailey was organist. A reception was held in the home of the bridegroom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hoffman in Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Smith will reside in Galesburg. Mr. Smith is employed at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital. the and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Throckmorton. Spvny paints in aerosol cans are available for touching up everything from an automobile to a room interior, advises the National Paint, Varnish and Lacquer Association. You Want Unusual HANDBAG We Have Give Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main 337 Mai Fabric Shop Galesburg When selecting paints, make sure that the colors are to your liking by both artificial light and daylight. SEMI ANNUAL SALE FALL FASHION FABRICS THE BLACK HILLS A 9 Attend Services This Week at your own place of worship 343-2919 3430 024 Give to the Uniied Fund Flannels Crepes Checks Basket Weaves Mohairs Double Knits Regular 9.98 Coatings Dress Weights Suitings Matte Jerseys Cotton Knits Many others. September This is an excellent assortment of fine woolens, both domestic and imported. We suggest that you be here early for the best selection. WELCOME WAGON at the GALESBURG SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL Box Office before each performance SUNDAY MATINEE 2:30 P.M. SUNDAY EVENING „ 8 P.M. MONDAY EVENING 8 P.M. STUDENTS MATINEE 12:45 (Monday) Main Floor $2.75 • $2.20, Balcony $2.20 • $1.60 tax included Students Monday Matinee — 75c FALL COTT Regular to 1.19 PRINTS About 1000 yards choose from. REMNANTS OFF REGULAR PRICE BOLTS A tremendous variety to select from. Excellent for doll clothes / skirts, dresses and blouses. SALE STARTS MONDAY MORNING, SEPT. 30, ot 9 o.m. sharp" OPEN MONDAY UNTIL P.M. BE SURE TO LOOK FOR OUR NOT ADVERTISED SPECIALS. 4

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