Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 30, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 30, 1963
Page 9
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About People And Places... Serve at Open House Antique furnishings and decor characterize the Adda George House at 313 E. Third St., toured by many visitors Saturday and Sunday afternoons during an open house. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff, official host and hostess of the Carl Sandburg Birthplace, live in the house purchased and remodeled by the Sandburg Association. The Goffs have purchased rugs and many pieces of furniture and bric-a-brac to keep the place in harmony with the spirit of the Sandburg Birthplace. Assisting them in this have been Mr. Goffs cousin, Mrs. Hayes Tucker, and her mother, Mrs. G o 1 d i e Schneider. Together they have obtained both new and family antique pieces. The hall light with its glass pendants is from the Goff family. Cherry wood from a family piece has been used in the window bench made by Sam Guardalabene. Mr. and Mrs. Goff and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Goff, have completed almost all of the interior painting. Mrs. Charles Bednar, president of the Sandburg Association, and her husband have helped in many ways. Flowers in artistic arrangement were seen both in the George House and at the Sandburg Birthplace where punch and cookies were served in the Lincoln Room. Covered with a brown linen cloth, the serving table was lighted with yellow tapers in tall brass candeholders. Punch was served from a lined wooden bucket while the flower arrangement on a wooden pedestal was of gold and bronze mums, high bush cranberry and euonymus. Committees Mr. and Mrs. Fred Robertson and Mrs. Wilson Henderson comprised the host committee. Mrs. Stanley Hawthorne, social chairman, was assisted Saturday afternoon by Debbie Goff, daughter of the Rodney Goffs. Also on the social committee were Mrs. Virginia Kelsey, Mrs. Marie Salzburg Swanson, Mrs. Mary Creighton, Mrs. Jack Laswell and Mrs. Pierce Webster. Hostesses at the Sandburg Birthplace the two days were members from Pilot Club and included Mrs. Rudy Anderson, Mrs. W. L. Finch, Mrs. J. P. Benbow, Mrs. Isabel Sutor, Mrs. Glen Bowles, Mrs. Clarence B. Johnson, Mrs. Esther Alps and Mrs. S. L. Galey. Miss Lillian Mureen took care of the guest book at the Adda George House while greeting there with Mr. and Mrs. Goff were Mrs. Alva Gehring of Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae, Mrs. Ray Bloomberg of Cosmos Club and Mrs. Harold Reed of Oliver Wendell Holmes Club. Representatives of the various clubs which have supported the Sandburg Birthplace project took JnstJU a* Wortk Members and friends attended the public inatalla* tion ceremonies Saturday evening at the Masonic Temple, when Miss Sandi Weber was installed as worthy ad* viser of the Galesburg assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls. Colors were yellow and blue which were accented in the line officers bouquets of yellow and bronze mums Miss Louise Brown and Miss Cheryl Catlin were in charge of the guest book. Miss Faye Watkins and Bill VanFleet sang "Bless This House," accompanied by Dr. Harry Sykes. Rev. James Smith of the First Christian Church gave the opening prayer, after which Miss Candy Jacobson, worthy adviser, invited the installing officers into the assembly. Miss Helen Dayle Palmer, grand worthy adviser of the State of Illinois and past worthy adviser of the Galesburg assembly, was installing officer. Assisting were Miss Susan Doty, past grand representative to the State c_ n, the i -3it wc-thy adviser of Galesburg assembly, chaplain; Miss Sandy Epperson, past G _nd Representative to the State m ^nnes- see and past worthy adviser of Galesburg assembly, marshal; Miss Cheryl Robbing, recorder and Miss Candy Jacobson, inviting officer. As Miss Weber knelt at the altar Miss Watkins and Mr. VanFleet sang the "Lord's Prayer," after which she was presented the crown by Miss Jacobson, and escorted to the East by her father, Robert Weber. Oher Officers Also inctalled were Miss Sue Johnson, worthy associate adviser; Miss Sharon Enlow, charity; Miss Kathy Templeton, hope; Miss Mary Lee Canada, faith; Miss Cheryl Robbins, recorder; Miss Mary Hinchman, treasurer; Miss Fay Zuck, chaplain and Miss Becky Moore, drill leader. Also, Miss Merrily Bellis, love; Miss Jane Augustson, religion; Miss Debbie Dalton, nature; Miss Diane Moody, immortality; Miss Debbie Spencer, fidelity; Miss Charlotte Self, patriotism; Miss Sue Weaver, service; Miss Sherry Baker, confidential observer; Miss Terry Swegle, outer observer; Miss Kirsten Underwood, musician, and Miss Lorelei Stinebaugh, choir director. During the Rose Ceremony Miss Watkins and Mr. VanFleet sang "Over the Rainbow." A reception turns in presiding at the punch bowl. Serving Saturday were Mrs. Sam Swanson for Mosaic Club, Mrs. Ted Wilson for Senior Woman's Club, Mrs. Wellman Kerr for Sorosis, Mrs. William Lewis for Delta Zeta Alumnae, Mrs. J. L. Thompson for Delphian Group and Mrs. Viola Lersch for Business and Professional Women's Club. Serving Sunday were Mrs. G. W. Henderson for Tuscarora Club, Mrs. Beverly Eyre for PEO Chapter HO, Mrs. Charles Paisley for PEO Chapter W, Mrs. Dorothy Kelly for Pi Beta Phi Alumnae, Mrs. B. E. Manworren for Altrusa and Mrs. Dorothy Lanstrom for Pilot Club. Cjiamorize Your Fall Wardrobe with the KNOX Professional Cleaning Last year's wardrobe will take on a new look, colors appear brighter and livelier, and you can be ever proud of your well gromed appearance. Only a professional cieaner can bring out the best in your clothing. Call the KNOX today for free pick up and delivery or stop at our convenient downtown location. tPEOlUIITI III FAISIC 9*M LAUNDRY t DRV CLEANERS 333 I- FerrU Street Phone 342-5115 followed in the dining room, where the theme was yellow and blue. Centering the serving tables in the dining room were a combination of yellow flowers with bronze highlights. On the tables the centerpieces carried out the autumn theme. Serving honors were given to Mrs. Jack Lundeen and Miss Louise Brown. Mrs. Donald Johnson was chairman of the social hour, assisted by Mrs. Bay Enlow, Mrs. A. G. Templeton, Mrs. Harold Canada and Mrs. Irwin Spencer. Others assisting with the installation were Donald Johnson, Ray Enlow, A. G. Templeton and M. H. Canada, escorts; William Hudgel and Reibert Stewart, lights. Miss McMeniraen (Continued from page 8) with touches of ivy, while t h e bridesmaids in apple and emerald green, carried lemon leaf colonial bouquets of gold champagne lace carnations with touches of ivy. Each had headpieces of braid tiara with seed pearls and crystal trim with circular veils. Flower girl was Laurie Jane Sutor and ringbearers were Eric and Derick Phillips, Mason City, Iowa, twin cousins of the bride. Reception The green and gold motif was the decorative theme at the reception at Harbor Lights following the wedding. Serving honors were accorded Miss Shirley Tucker, Miss Freida Roach, sister of the bridegroom, of Oneida, and George Coleman. Miss Karen Michael, was at the guest book and gifts "/ere arranged by Miss Virginia Eck and Miss Judith Tubbs. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells, the newlyweds will re- sid. at 1470 Grand Ave. Both were graduated from Galesburg High School. Mrs. Roach attended Brown's Business College. Her husband is employed at Brown Specialty Co., advertising department. Miss Sandi Weber LWML Plans Rally "God's Spirit-Filled People" is the motto selected for the Rock Island Zone Rally of the LWML of the Lutheran Church (Missouri Synod), to be Tuesday at the Mount Calvary Lutheran Church in Galesburg. Women from 11 churches, including Kewanee and Rock Island areas, will gather for a full day of league business and Christian fellowship. The business meeting will begin at 10 o'clock in tne morning with a short devotion led by the Rev. James L Agee, followed by a welcoming address by Mrs. Erwin Moeller, president of the local LWML. High point of the morning proceeding will be the topic "Our Mission to the Blind" presented by Mrs. Albert Warnke. After a private buffet luncheon at the Harbor Lights Supper Club, the afternoon session will be highlighted by a Christian Growth program arranged by Mrs. Vernon Hallatz of Geneseo. Also several Country Clippers Have Achievement Meeting At Swedlund Home When Country Clippers 4 -H Club members met at the home of Kathleen Swedlund for their achievement meeting each presented a sample of her year's work. Guests were Mrs. Don Swedlund, Mrs. James G r a w e y and Mrs. Dale Clay. Nancy Clay presented a talk on her "Trip to the State Fair." "Supplies for Your First Aid Kit," was the title of Charline Clay's talk. Kathleen Swedlund and Janet Thompson both gave piano solos. The entire group participated in the recreation. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Later Don Swedlund led the 4-H club on a tour of the dairy barn. He explained the milking system, how long it takes to milk the cows, and how often a dairy truck comes to get the milk. Visits in Galesburg Two alumnae of the Galesburg Branch of the University of Illinois visited their alma mater this week. Visiting at Galesburg Stale Research Hospital, which was the U of I branch until 1949, were Mrs. George B. Stark of Brussels, Belgium, and Mrs. Ray Hemphill of Alexis. Mrs. Stark, who formerly lived in Rock Falls, is spending a part of her vacation in the States with Mrs. Hemphill. selections will be presented by the high school group of the Galesburg Westminster Bell Choir, conducted by Dr. Harry A. Sykes. A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the ("tuna and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WL'BERS 149 E. Main Visit . . . of . . . FERRIS-LONG Greenhouse GET READY FOR FALL • PLANTERS real and artificial • FALL FLOWERS • DRIED MATERIALS GIFTS,,.for your Flower Minded Friends! Perennials for FAU PLANTING ELLA F. LONG Manager of the Florist Shop 65 LOCUST ST. 343-2419 J Dance 1 Heme, Football The first dinner dance of the Sunday Nite Club at Knox County Country Club this year was in keeping with the football season. Decorations carried out the football theme as well as the intermission entertainment. Richard Harvey and Howard Porter presented a humorous skit before dinner with a "Sports Quiz" determining which table would be served first. Comic awards were also presented to various persons for their "sports" accomplishments. At "half time" during the party, Cyril Butts and Dr. II. F. Bleifus played college songs on the harmonica and banjo and accompanied Walter Alderman in two soft shoe acrobatic dance numbers. Music for dancing was by Chuck Orwig's band. Co-chairmen for the event were the Sunday Nite Club officers and their wives, Fred Emery, president; Donald Breitweiser, vice president; Howard Porter, secretary-treasurer, of Knoxville. Other committee members assisting with the planning and decorations were Mr. and Mrs. William Wager, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harvey, Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Apt, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Butts, Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Bleifus, Mr. and Mrs. Don Badley, Mr. and Mrs, William Dawdy, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Darrah, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Alderman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britt, Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fey, Abingdon and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ernst of Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roth and Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Lane wore the announced co-chairmen for the October party. CIVIC NU-COMERS Civic Nu-Comers will be hostesses at a tea Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock in the Bamboo Room at Leaths Furniture Store. The program will be a talk on interior decoration. Civic Nu-Comers Alumnae will have a dessert bridge at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon at Northgate Lanes. Hostesses will be Mrs. Harold Rcinhardt and Mrs. L. 0. Stouffer. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, I1 1 ^ndav. Sept, 30, 1963 ? • . . Caiendar of Iflfjeetin^d ALPHA Xt DELTA ALUMNAE Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae will meet at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Don Gullickson, 171 Fair Acres Dr. LOWREY ORGAN CLUB Members of the Lowrey's Organ Club will meet Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Lowrcy Organ Studio, 1060 E. Losey St. COED"LODGE Coed Lodge will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the IOOF Hall. All officers are asked to be present as this is the concluding practice for the state meeting. HOME CULTURE CLUB Home Culture Club will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. C. Weaver, 1294 N. Academy St. HAWTHORNE CLUB Hawthorne Club members will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ray Brown, 900 Willard St. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. R. E. McLaughlin. "Indians of the Middle West," will bo the program presented by Mrs. Walter North. RELIEF SOCIETY The Relief Society of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- 4er-day Saints, will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. PUBLICITY~WORKSHOP A workshop meeting for publicity chairmen and co-chairmen sponsored by Galesburg PTA Council will be conducted at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at Teenland Terrace at the YMCA. Presidents of the various Parent- Teacher associations of District 205 have also been invited to attend. ACADEMY OF FRIENDSHIP Academy of Friendship, Women of the Moose, will convene at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Moose Hall. Mrs. Nellie Blakewcll and members of her committee will be in charge of the social hour. All members are being asked to come dressed as hoboes or be assessed a fine. 8 AND 40 Knox County Salon 215, Eight and Forty, will meet Wednesday evening in the American Legion Lounge at 8 o'clock. CWF Mrs. John Bowman will review the book, "Come Out of the Wilderness," at Christian Women's Fellowship luncheon meeting at 1 o'clock Wednesday nftprnoofi at First Christian Church. Circle 2 will be the hostess circle. Those planning to attend are being reminded to bring fruit juice for the Red Cross. ARMED FORCES CLUB Members of the Armed Forces Service Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the Community Lounge at the YMCA. Slides will be shown by Mrs. Carl Carlson of her trip to Sweden. 8INCERITY LODGE Sincerity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will convene at the Elks Club Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. A class of candidates will be initiated during the meeting. ST. PATRICK'S SOCIETY St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society will meet Tuesday evening at the church at 7:45 - o'clock for the Rosary and at 8 o'clock for the rr>' ling. KNOX COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR THE CRIPPLED Members of the Knox County Association for the Crippled will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at 1B9 S. Cedar St. WOMAN'S CLUB The Moiinc Boys Choir will present the program at the fall luncheon of the Galesburg Woman's Club Saturday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock at Harbor Lights Supper Club. Tickets may be purchased at Fleck's and at the Galesburg Woman's Club house, Wednesday and Thursday from 9:30 o'clock in the morning until 4:30 o'clock in the afternoon. WRC Members of the Woman's Relief Corps will meet to make cancer dressings at a Chip and Chat tea at the home of Mrs. Bertha Rogers, 843 Ella St. Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock. For a crunchy alternate to breakfast toast, split leftover muffins and toast quickly under the broiler. Serve with butter and jam or maple syrup. • • • JUNIOR CLUB LUNCHEON The northwest banquet roofii at Holiday Inn will be the location for the Junior Woman's Club luncheov Tuesday afternoon at 12:45 o'clock. 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