Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 1, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 1, 1963
Page 9
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r Hat Style Show Mrs. Charles MfeKenrie and Mrs. Tom MMy ware hostesse* when metaftere of Welcome Wa* con convened )a*t week for a ,. .. _ and card night which featured a style show of fall hats. Pall hat fashions were presented by Kellogg Drake and Co. Mrs. James Deef received <we of the hate as a special prize, Mrs. John Gage, Welcome Wagon hostess, introduced Mrs, Ait* drey Nelson who will be assisting her as co-hostess. Election of officers was con-' ducteu and those serving the cofhing term will be Mrs. M&r- Iyti Osburn, president; Mrs. Richard Schafer, vice president; Mrs. Sharon Hickman, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Buck Bailey, treasurer and Mrs. Paul Schmidttein, recording secretary. The remainder of the evening was spent in playing cards with prizes in bridge going to Mrs. Osburn, Mrs. Deef and Mrs. James Wald. Mrs. Walter Vien- yard and Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons won honors in pinochle. Canasta honors were won by Mrs. Dean King and Mrs. Robert Hau- scher. er Pupils Galesburi ister^Mail Tuesdo 1963 nnwersaries tmm pupil* of tht oM Bate* •nan BCIIDM ••aenwita tor an dual potluck dinner at noon fti day at the Oalesburg Woman'! dub house, The event marked Emm •ft* Mr. and Mrs. Sherrilt Swanfton (Miss Louise Cox) J Wedding Is at Corpus Christi the 18th reunion. Mrs. Lewis gave the invocation, which the pa* presidents ltd the tine* to. the serving tables, which were decorated with autumn flower«, cornucopias and field com Following dinmr at the brief PIMMfB IMOCuIg Mvtfrl WOTV reed from thoee tnttble to attend toelttdkig. Mrs. ElolM Omer, principal of new Betemen School Mrs. W. W* Stephens, formerly Nanlne' Preston, of Pasadena Calif., who was a teacher at the old Bateman School, ami Miss pal. Thomson, a former princi Christi Church by Miss Louise Cox afternoon Miss Preeent Program Nolan the Swanson as Rev. A. Curran read the ceremony. Standing with the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alden Swanson of Victoria, was his CARD CLUB PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN When members of the Couples Mixed Bridge Group of the Knox County Country Club met Monday evening at the Lake Bracken Clubhouse nine tables were at play. Women receiving prizes for high scores were Mrs. Charles Buckley and Mrs. William Lewis. Men's prizes were awarded to Dwight Goff and Fred Nichols. Special prizes went to Mrs. Ray Streedain and Edward Fritz. Host and hostess for the eve* nhtg were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lade. Host couple for next week's ' will be the L. W. Stouffers. was brother Mervin Swanson as best man. Mrs. Michael Gravino was the organ console. Valking with her father, the de, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Cox of Maquon selected a blue suit with matching ac- ies. Her corsage was of yellow and blue rosebuds. Mrs. Jack Derham of Knoxville, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. After the ceremony (he wedding, party attended a dinner at Club 19. The couple will reside in Victoria, : - • 1 ' CHAPTER HO Chapter HO of PEO will meet Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Fred Stansbury, 155 Park Lane Dr. Mrs. L. M. Peterson will serve as assisting hostess. Those unable to attend are being asked to notify the hostess. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! CHAPTER W Chapter W of PEO will be entertained in the home of Mrs. H. Dale Gunther, 1943 N. Broad St., Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Members unable to attend are being asked to call Mrs. F. C. Webster Jr.. bv Wednesday noon. ucw United Church Women will meet Thursday morning at 9:15 o'clock at the East Main Street Con^, gational Church. Mrs. L. M. Peterson and Mrs. E. W. Morris will tell of their trip through Spain. CHAPTER AN Chapter AN of PEO will meet Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Wallace Nelson, 762 N. Academy St. Mrs. Robert Gunther will be in charge of the afternoon ptogram. MEMBERSHIP WORKSHOP A workshop for membership chairman sponsored by Galesburg Parent-Teacher Association Council will be conducted in the home of Mrs. Harold Weaver, 1294 N. Academy St., Thursday morning at 9:30 o'clock. Reginia Nolan was winner of the afternoon's prize Officers elected were Mrs. Charles A. Killer, preeidtnt; Mrs C. H. Birdsall, vice president; Mrs. Clifford Larson, secretary' treasurer, and Miss Luctte Tay lor, reporter. A memorial service was con ducted by Miss Julia Nelson am Mrs. Winifred Reinhart of Alpha Paul Nolan and Miss Nolan, presented a piano duet musical selections, Mr. Nolan led the group singing of all the old-time favorite s< with Miss Nolan as accompa Retiring president, Miss Ta spoke briefly. In charge of the various igements for the 6vent were Mrs. Maud Field, Mrs. E. W. Pulver, Mrs. Violet Scudder, Mrs Clifford Larson, Miss Julia Nelson, al 1 past presidents; Mrs. Ivan Amen, Mrs. Florence Wood, Miss Madg- King, Mrs. Pear James, Mrs. Rinehardt, Mrs, Rol land Fernell of Alpha; Mrs James Morton, Miss Taylor am Mrs. Ben Frankenburser. FROM ONEIDA—Mr. awl Mrs. Arthur Kelso (above) of Oneida will note the Nth wedding anniversary Sunday with an open bo «se ta their cemtry heme, Guests are invited to call during the afteraoes frem t to 4 o 'clock and in the evening from 7 to 9 o 'clock. Mr, and Mrs. Kelts were married by Rev. N. T. Allen in Galesburg Oct. 4, IMS. The couple resided In Galesburg until about S years ago, when Mr. Kelso started light farming. He In the mat . o Cottage Hospital until his retirement.^ They have one daughter" Mrs. Nellie M, Buckner of Galesburg. To reach the Kelso home, go two miles east of Wataga on the Victoria road, then two miles south. MR. AND MRS. CHARLES A VERS (above) will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home, 023 Lincoln St. with an open house. Friends, relatives and neighbors are Invited to call from t to 5 o'clock In the afternoon and from 7 to 9 o'clock In the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ayers were married Oct. S, 1913, at the Abingdon Christian Church. They have resided address for 2S years, spending 8 the 11 years in Chicago prior to that. Mr. Ayers retired froi grocery store business in I960. SQUARE DANCE All square dancers are invited to a square dance Saturday evening at 8:30 o'clock DST sponsored by the Circle Square B Club of Burlington, Iowa at the club located 7 miles south of Burlington on Highway 61. Larry Gow of Muscatine, Iov;a will be the guest caller. MEETING POSTPONED The meeting of Phyllis Wheatley Club scheduled for Wednesday evening has been postponed Time and place will be announced later. Junior Auxiliary Install Officer* Betsy McMasters was installed is chairman of the Junior Amer ican Legion Auxiliary at the meeting recently in the Legion Hall. Serving with her will be Peggj Granburg, first vice chairman; Diana Dodson, secretary; Karen Rose, chaplain, and Sandra Sex on, sergeant-at-arms. During, the business meeting which followed/ members voted o donate $3 to the stamp pro gram fund. Tray favors were made for the hospital. 1683 mill between Salzburg and Berchtesgaden, Germany beautifully veined little a balls, for souvenirs. EVENT OF THE YEAR! week you and other th the week mentioned in LIFE Magazine, and In newspapers, by radio everywhere. the spotlight it on AMERICA'S MOST ATTRACTIVE IHOII 'o» COMFORT Famous for "individual" fitting, for unsurpassed comfort, for "indefinite" service. Come in—one week only—see the youthful styles-treat your* self to on incomparable fitting. 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