Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
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At Junior WomanS q»b Luncheon , . « ami Attainable goals pertain Ing to charm were offered by Mrs. Ada Gaffney Shaft when she spoke at the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club luncfaxi on Tuesday. Relating charm in "your world" to a business, she presented the topic "Charm Is Your Business" for members and their guests at Holiday Inn. Categorised as a personal dignity, charm is a combination, Which includes intelligence, a sense of humor and a zest for living, explained the speaker. "You are the center of your own world, and like any business, you pay with your time and your effort," Mrs. Shaff related. The speaker gave pertinent Ideas concerning "true beauty and charm," founded on good health and appearance. Diet, exercise and posture formed the Welcome New Member Mrs. Donald Strand, president, was given serving honors at the coffee preceding Tuesday morning's meeting of trustees of the Visiting Nurse Association in the home of Mrs. Jeff Good, 440 N. Prairie St. The attractive serving table was centered with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums. Mrs. James Powelson was welcomed as a new member Of the board. In conducting the business meeting, Mrs. Strand announced plans for members to participate in the United Fund-Red Cross Appeal and discussion followed. Mrs. A. Benton Weinberg, treasurer, gave her report as did committee chairmen. Mrs. Corinne Anderson, visiting nurse submitted her report listing 116 calls on 19 patients during the month of September. She told of attending the fall meeting of the TB Association board on Sept. 16 and will participate in the semiannual meeting of the association scheduled for Oct. 17 at the Elks Club. In her report she gave further comparison of the work of the local visiting nurse with that of other cities represented at the summer workshop in Moline. Contributions acknowledged for September included: Mrs. Amos Wilmot, new quilt pieces; Mrs. Donald Carlson, sickroom supplies; Mrs. Earl Anderson, infant clothing; Mrs. R. F. Malcolm, sickroom supplies and Mrs. Judith Hanson, clothing. Carpet Cleaning September - - - and the children are back in school. It's time to pay some attention to your car peting. We recommend Host, the new method of cleaning carpets without water. The carpet is dry and ready to walk on immediately. Use our Host Electric Up- Brush Free. It's easy. Clean 300 sq. ft. only 19.95. Phone for in formation. Ferris Beautiful Furniture, 463-465 E. Mulberry. Phone 343-2184. -Adv. basis. Pointing out that how you walk is "written on the soles of your shoes," Mrs. Shaff demon' strated various walks, concluding with a graceful one, which "takes no extra time, Just thought." Fashion hints included ideas about timing of purchases, keeping in step with changes in hair styles and makeup; accessorizing to enlarge the wardrobe, and courage to try a new fashion. "Don't be timid," she urged when considering articles for your wardrobe, "but live according to the rules of good taste. Never sell yourself short." Allow your clothes to show your "station in life" she explained, pointing out clothes should reflect what you do and who you are, "a charming woman, not a teen-ager or collegian." With this added element of knowing how will come added satisfactions, as being well groomel, will "allow him to be gallant." In closing, Mrs. Shaff, who owns and directs a school of In closing, Mrs. Shaff, who owns and directs a school of charm and modeling in Bettendorf, Iowa, quoted a poem which concluded with the thought, "a little charm will add to the happiness of everyday living." Guests at this annual event included Mrs. Ted Wilson, president of the Galesburg Woman's Club; Mrs. Gordon Wackey, Orion, District 15 chairman; Mrs. Richard Lindstrom, American Home and Lincoln Lodge and Park Ridge chairman for District 15, and Miss Isabelle E. Jen nings. Presides at Meeting Mrs. George Stephenson, president, presided during the business meeting at which time members voted to continue the Light of Learning project and to sponsor two other ways and means projects. The local club will join the other Junior Clubs in the state taking part in the Cooky Sheet project, which means sending cookies to Lincoln Lodge through out the year. New members were inducted at a ceremony conducted by Mrs. Jack Churchill, second vice president. At the conclusion each received a long stemmed American Beauty rose. In keeping with the year's theme, American Heritage, which began in July with the ringing of the freedom bells, the tables were appointed in a red, white and blue motif. Yearbooks and favors were at each place setting To Pledge Vows At Cameron Church Miss Diane Utzinger and John Presley, whose engagement was announced last week, will pledge wedding vows at 7:30 o'clock Sunday evening, Oct. 20 at Cameron Christian Church. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow. Miss Utzinger is the daughter of Russell Utzinger of Cameron and the future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Pres ley of Berwick. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Arrangements and decorations were by members of the social Committee composed of Mrs. William Stelner, chairman; Mrs, Thomas Herring, Mrs, Stanley Olassgow, Mrs. Gail Savidge, Mrs. George Madien, Mrs. Earl Breton Jr., and Mrs. Larry Turley. Mrs. Forrest McGrew Is the club adviser. By I.E.J. Sponsor Film, Track 13' Grace Episcopal Church will present "Track 13," a film, to be shown in Galesburg Sunday, Oct. 13, at 7:30 o'clock and 8:45 o'clock. This 30 minute film is the first of a new series produced by the Episcopal Radio- TV Foundation of Atlanta, Ga., whose objective has long been dire cted toward the most effective use of radio and television for the spreading of God's word. The proposal for the program is best expressed in a complete script written by Robert Lewis Shayon who presented it in person at the Board of Trustees meeting. The overall name of the series is One Reach One. The subtitle and name of Mr. Shay- on's script which serve as a model for future scripts is Track 13. The overall title is derived from the conviction that the future of our faith. and freedom depends on Christians personally reaching other non-Christians. It is beating the Communists at their own game by using their system of "cells" but using it in the name of God. One Reach One refers to the indispensable duty of every man to continue the endless chain. When he has been "reached," he reaches another, who, in turn, reaches another. Track 13 is an embodi ment of that central theme be cause it is literally, the story of one practical, enduring Christian "cell" in operation. The format avoids pedantic theology in favor of persona* witnessing and informal inter pretation of God's word by Dr. Sam Shoemaker. The format is highly original among religious programs, resembling today's successful network news documentaries. Cameras move in on an actual meeting held in a daycoach on Track 13 in Grand Central Terminal, where the program was filmed live and unrehearsed, using real people telling true experiences. The Rev. Mr. Shoemaker is featured as interpreter and guide. After each showing of Track 13 a panel discussion will e moderated by the Rev. Arthur M. Gard, chairman of the Division of Evangelism in the Diocese of Quincy. Members of the panel will include two local clergymen, a housewife, a business man and a student. Their names will be announced later. Refreshments will be served in the undercroft of the church. Free tickets are available from all ministers in Galesburg. lor and about Wc omen GALESBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 2, 1963 PAGE 13 n eae ewi. Miss Peggy Klusmeyer has returned to William Woods College at Fulton, Christmas Cards NEW GIBSON CARDS UNUSUAL IMPORTED CARDS BROWNIE ANGEL CARDS INSPIRATIONAL CARDS SWEDISH TEXT CARDS RELIGIOUS GIFTS BIBLES AND DEVOTIONAL BOOKS RELIGIOUS. PICTURES PLAQUES Name Printed on Bibles FREE Genuine HUMMEL FIGURINES IMPORTED NATIVITY SCENES MUSIC BOXES AND ANGELS SWEDISH GIFTS Large Assortment STATIONERY and NAPKINS WE GIFT WRAP and WRAP FOR MAILING FREE USE OUR LAY-AWAY PLAN REMEMBER HALLOWEEN and THANKSGIVING CARDS ALL THE BEAUTIFUL SHADES OF CANDLES SKRIVAN Quality Gift Shop Phone 9434316 LARGEST SELECTION OF GIFTS Attend Convention In Denver Over the weekend 31 members of the Burlington Veterans of Galesburg attended the System convention held at the Hilton Hotel in Denver, Colo. The group was greeted by Mrs. H. E. Hinds of St. Paul, Minn., system president of the auxiliary and G. P. Graves of Riverside, system president of the veterans. The business of the two organizations was conducted on Friday. Friday evening a singing group from Ft. Worth, Tex., entertained with dancing concluding the evening. Saturday morning about ten buses took the group on a tour of Red Rock Park and Lookout Mountain. The banquet was at the Hilton Hotel on Saturday evening. The highlight was the appearance of H. C. Murphy, president of the Burlington Railroad and Mrs Murphy. Mr. Murphy spoke to the group. At the election of officers Mrs. J. F. Mathews, Bluffs, 111., was elected System Auxiliary president for the coming year. She will be assisted by Mrs. E. E Kralicek, Casper, Wyo., first vice president; Mrs. E. C. Reed, Burlington, Iowa, second vice presi dent and Mrs. J. G. Winship, Casper, Wyo., secretary and treasurer. To lead the Veteran Organiza tion, P. F. Thomas, Teague, Tex. was elected system president. He will be assisted by S. M. Speng ler, Denver, Colo., first vice presi dent; C. J. Pyle, Burlington Iowa, second, vice president, and Charles A. F. Abel, Aurora, sec retary and treasurer. Missionary to Speak at WSCS District Meeting Monmouth and Galesburg groups of the Galesburg District, Woman's Society of Christian Service, will convene for their fall meeting Friday in the Methodist Church in Knoxville. An interesting program has been planned for the meeting which will start at 9:30 o'clock in the morning. Reports of the various WSCS projects will be given at the morning session. In the afternoon there will be reports on the Conference Missionary Tour held during the summer. The featured speaker of the day will be Miss Martha Graf, a missionary for almost 30 years in Foochow Conference, Fukien, who was forced to leave that part of China after the Communists took over. She served as a missionary in Sarawak for 10 years. READ THE WANT ADS! PL, 3Jt C4 "Strengthening Our Foundations" is the theme for he 48th annual fall conference of District 4 Parent- Teacher Association to be in Aledo High School, Aledo, on Tuesday, Oct. 8. "PTA, A Force in the Future" will be the keynote address presented by Dr. M. R. Litterest, first vice president of the Illinois Congress of Parent Teachers. A member of the PTA for many years, Dr. Litterest is director of special education in Peoria. Workshops will be conducted during the afternoon by Dr. Litterest; John Hirst, Galesburg, principal of Silas Willard School; Robert Parkinson, Cambridge, a member of the District 4 board, and state legislation chairman for ICPT; Harry Garst, Galesburg, principal George Churchill Junior High School; Mrs. Charles Brooks of Monmouth, and Mrs. C. M. Hallam of Galesburg. Mrs. Jack Curran and Mrs Vernon Clark are co-chairmen for the general arrangements Mrs. Harold Canada will present the report of the nominating committee. Mrs. Dale Sward is district secretary. Mrs. Dale Humes of North Henderson is in charge of publicity. Stach-Kask Wedding to Be in Kewanee Mr. and Mrs. Berwyn Stach, Cambridge, announce the forth' coming marriage of their daughter. Miss Billie Jo Campbell, to Jeffery T. Kask, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Kask of Andover. The couple's engagement was announced in July. Miss Campbell and Mr. Kask will be married at 4 o'clock Sat urday afternoon, Oct. 12 in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints in Kewanee with Raymond Benedict, president of the church, reading the wedding rites in the presence of the immediate families. A reception in the couple's honor will be given that evening from 8 to 10 o'clock in the American Legion Hall in Cambridge. All relatives and friends are invited. Miss Campbell is a senior at Cambridge High School. The future bridegroom, a graduate of Orion High School, is employed by Ametek Incorporated in East Moline. Peorian Is Bride Of Former Resident Miss Vonna Lou Chambers, daughter of Mr, and| Mrs. John T. Chambers, 5107 N. Glen Elm Drive, Peoria Heights, became the bride of Russell W. Larson, former* ly of Galesburg, son of Mrs. Amanda Larson, of Knoxville, formerly of Galesburg, on Saturday. and Bill Larson of Rock Island. „ . . . . The nuptials were solemnized Bill Undgren of East Peoria, so- Mo -» where she is a sopho- at 4 o'clock in the afternoon at loist, was accompanied by Mrs. more this year. Her address the First Methodist Church in Pe- Margaret Sayre, organist, who is Box 308. Miss Klusmeyer, who oria as Rev. Robert Thomburg also presented the prelude as i s a member of Prairie Players, read the double ring ceremony guests were seated. will be the student director for for the couple, who took a wed* For her wedding the bride, who the college's fall play, "Charlie's ding trip to Colorado. was given in marriage by her Aunt." Best man was Lloyd R. Larson father, selected a sheath of opera She is the daughter of Mr. and of Rock Island. Guests were seat- blue velvet designed with an em- Mrs. Louis C. Klusmeyer, Cam* ed by Ray Johansen of Galesburg pire waistline accented by a self eron Route 2 bow in front and floating back panels. Silk illusion veiling was Miss Beverly Moore, Wataga, caught to a matching blue velvet will be a member of the chorus rose held by three velvet spiral selected for the annual Home- rings. Her flowers were white coming Show on the Millikin Uni- roses. versity campus on Friday, Oct, Miss Eunice Mutton of Peoria „ MISS M( J° RE ,(? THE }™$ter Heights, maid of honor, wore an of Mr - and Ms - Haro,d Moore of autumn rose velveteen dress fashioned with a bell shaped skirt The fitted bodice featured a scoop neckline and elbow length sleeves. erence Ml illm < ill J Dr. Milton R. Letterst. Wataga. The university homecoming show will be given in two performances at 7 and 8:30 o'clock A - „^,.,„ „mi ,„i, f „ i in Albert Taylor Hall and the ^rj["^.l a "l h L a over-all theme for the weekend fa veil decorated with tiny bows ac cented with pearls. She carried a bouquet of shell pink roses. Reception At the reception held immedi ately after the ceremony in the church parlors, Mrs. Mary Mar garet Walker of Peoria, Mrs. I. Larson of Rock Island and Mrs Johansen of Galesburg were giv- will be "Fantasia.' When Iowa State University's 124-piece marching band made its first appearance Saturday at the .Iowa State-Virginia Military Institute football game John M. Borchers, 1127 Homestead, was one of the members. The band will make appear- en serving honors. Mrs. D. Harris a nces at all home games during of Peoria Heights and Mrs. G. the football season and will pre- Schmidt of Peoria were at the sent concerts during the school gift table. year and lead die Veishea pa- After Oct. 6 the couple will re- rade in the spring. This year the side at 3114 W. Glen, Peoria. — •— r ~rr Mrs. Larson, a graduate of the (Continued on Page 14) University of Minnesota, is chairman of the speech department in Limestone Community High School in Peoria. T> •' J Mr. Larson, who attended Brad- JjTldQ Coordinate Fall Outfit Carefully « U ? B Ti ,7 ? th .n f' ^ University, isVdesigning"ex­ tinctive fall fashion 'looks' or gineer at nito? £ women, the "sportive" and "soft," require careful costume coordination, says a University of Illinois home economist. These "looks" result from a combination of several parts of a Future Announce September costume rather than one article WeClClinff , u _ J nn.-_ ™ alone, such as a dress. When skillfully coordinated, the articles Mr. and Mrs. LaVern H. Peterson of Cambridge, announce the go together well and suit the marr j a ge of their daughter, wearer's figure and personality. K athryn, to William C. Daniel- Marjorie Sohn, extension textiles and clothing specialist* ex- son, son of Ben Danielson of , .... Geneseo, arid" the late Mrs. Dan- that the "sportive look" is i e i S on. ;f gned to typify the American The couple pledged wedding casual way of life. Generally V ows Saturday, Sept. 7, at the this look is associated with a south Park Presbyterian Church two- or three-piece outfit, such j n Rock Island, with Rev. Robert as a jumper and blouse, a vest with a longsleeved shirt or a two- piece dress. The "soft look" is designed to create a dressy and feminine effect. The basic part of this style is a one-piece dress of drapable fabric that gives more emphasis to body silhouette than does the "sportive look." Both of these looks emphasize accessories selected to "individualize" costumes. Northern Minnesota Indians still harvest wild rice in the time-honored way of bending the stalks and flailing the grain into their canoes. O. Williams reading the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Danielson, a graduate of Cambridge High School, is a senior at Augustana College where she is majoring in music. She is a member of the Augustana College choir and of Kappa Epsilon Nu social sorority. The bridegroom was graduated from Geneseo High School and is attending Blackhawk College in Moline. He plans to enter St. Luke's Hospital, Davenport, Iowa, for nurse's training in the near future. FROM RARITAN — Mr. and; Mrs. Vincent Arnold of Raritan announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeannette Sue, and PH 2 Richard Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Boyd of Portland, Me. Miss Arnold who resides in San Diego, Calif., and her fiance will exchange vows Sunday afternoon, Oct. 20, at the Raritan Baptist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow in the church parlors. JEWELRY CAMEO, IVORY, MARCACITE AND FILIGREE NECKLACES, BRACELETS AND EARRINGS SIAM, BLACK and WHITE 325 fast Main Street « 1&& STYLING CAPRI WOO ALIO TO »»7» by from *69 50 TO *1500 • Guaranteed PERFECT Diamond • Insured Against Loss • Full Trade-in Value TERMS; from $1 wkly. We Give S&H Green Stamps HEART'S JEWELERS . 318 EAST MAIN , OPEN: WED.-THURS. FRI. 'Til 9 P.M. Special Selling-Oct. Harvest Sale FAMOUS Paris Fashion Loafer S/188 RIO. $6.00 Block — Brown — Tofftt 4 to 10 — Mid. t Norrow

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