Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 2, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 2, 1963
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14 Golesbyrp Register-Moil, Golesburg, \\L_ Wednesday, Oct, 2, 1963 Attend Annual Show The Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines, Inc., was represented at Mount Pleasant, Iowa, «s many from the group attended the annual show Sunday afternoon. "Vaudeville Daze" was presented at the Iowa Wesleyan College Chapel and featured the Mount Pleasant Chorus, their "Sweet Adolescence" Junior Chorus and parade of quartets from Joliet, Peoria and Chicago. Attending from the local chapter were Miss Audrene Rayer, Miss Elaine Metzger, Mrs. Esther DeWeese, Mrs. James Macdonald, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bowles, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tolley, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Most, Mr. and Mrs. James Donaldson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gossick. Preceding the Sweet Adeline's weekly rehearsal Tuesday evening, 34 members and 5 prospective members attended a wiener roast at the home of Mrs. Willard Carroll at LaFayette. Assisting Mrs. Carroll were Mrs. Alan Harshbarger, Mrs. Carl Bernston and Mrs. Wallace Webster. 343-2112 Beauty Salon BALCONY switch to bewitch be a Clairol High Fashion Blonde We know —blonding is our specialty! We'll choose your ethereal blonde shade from Clairol's shimmery galaxy of 32 Creme Toner* shades—each a dream of light-hearted beauty. So why wait another minute to live yeur life as a blonde? Blonding retouches, complete with shampoo and style, from $4.50 up AUTUMN SPECIAL REG. 12.50 COLD WAVE A45 WITH SHAMPOO. CUT & STYLE • No Appointment Necessary • Use Your Charge Account Caravan Carries Plans To Clubwomen The 1963 Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs Caravan of 32 officers and chairmen, headed by Mrs. Vernon E. Barnes, Rusn- ville, carried the Federation program plans directly to some 1,150 clubwomen over the state, earlier this month. These representatives will, in turn, take the information back to the 1,000 clubs throughout Illinois. The Illinois Federation is the first State Fed- [ eration to use this method of extension. Among those attending from Galesburg were Mrs. M. F. Cline, Mrs. Willard Canopy, Mrs. Florence Miller and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Two vacancies on the Board of Directors of the State have been filled. Mrs. Elmer F. \nderson, Deerfield, has assumed the post of editor, Illinois Clubwoman, the organization's official magazine. Mrs. Anderson, 10th District, has been serving as the publication's associate editor. Mrs. William Dean Collar, Chicago, 10th District, was elected to the State Art Department chairmanship. Representing "linois Federation at the General Federation of Women's Clubs board of directors meeting held Sept. 23-27 in Washington, D. C, were Mrs. Barnes, state president; Mrs. George V. Malmgren, Chicago, GFWC Public Affairs Department chairman; Mrs. Thomas R. Houde, Kankakee, junior page editor, General Federation Clubwoman, and Mrs. Myron R. Hartley, Mount Prospect, state junior director. The 50th annual meeting of the Mississippi Valley conference, GFWC is scheduled for Nov. 7 and 8, at the Chase-Park Plaza Hotel, St. Louis, Mo. All Federation members of the area are invited. Was First President Mrs. Roy C. Frankeberger, first president of the old Bateman School reunion, participated in arrangements for this year's event. The name was inadvertently listed incorrectly. GYM CLASSES Women's physical education and swimming classes at the YMCA will jegin at 9 o'clocV Tuesday, Oct. 8. Those ir/.srested in joining should attend. For further information caT the YMCA. ® Ripple a Sole means The RipplBgSole bends over backwards to give you the Comfort you deserve in a walking shoe. The most flexible casual in any wardrobe. And the little stacked heel adds more soft stepping luxury. AS SEEN IN HARPER'S BAZAAR, WcCAU'S AND VOGUE ROGERS SHOES 230 E. Main ' <i TO NOTE BIRfHDAY — Mrs. Carrie Moore of Rapatce (above) will celebrate her 80th birthday on Friday. A family dinner is being planned in her honor on Sunday. A lifelong resident of the Rapatee areas she has three children, Mrs. Archie (Lucretta) Hillman of Farmington, Mrs. Glenn (Eva) Benner of Carbon Cliff and Arthur Moore of Galesburg; six grandchildren and 16 great­ grandchildren. Juicy Way to Easy Cooking CHICAGO (UPD—Bottled lem on juice has a wide variety of uses, according to one manufac turer. Two teaspoons of juice added to a cup of fresh cream turns the cream sour for sour cream red pes. Two tablespoons of juice added to a cup of fresh milk turns the milk sour for sour milk red pes. A tablespoon of lemon juice added to a pot of boiling cabbage or sprinkled over frying fish eliminates unpleasant cooking odors. A half glass of juice mixed with a half glass of water makes an excellent hair rinse. A few drops of juice sprinkled over cut fresh fruit prevents it from turning brown when exposed to the air for any length of time. A few drops of juice added to chilled cream speeds up the whipping process. Rub drops of juice on hands to How to Judge A House URBANA—House hunting soon raises the question, "How adequate is the space in this house for our family?" University of Ifllinois extension housing specialist Glenda Pifer suggests judging basic qualities of a house or house plan with this check list: Does the amount of space fit the family's size, possessions and activities? Is there circulation within spaces where it is needed? Is the space "dead-ending" where no circulation is desired? Is space flexible so that the house will fit the family's needs now and later? Will such features as heights and amounts of work spaces in kitchen and utility room be sufficient and convenient? Is space readily available for recreational activities? Are bedrooms adequate — in both number and size? Do storage spaces allow storage in terms of first use, clear visibility and accessibility? Is natural and artificial lighting controllable and directed to put general and specific lighting where needed? Can sound originating inside and outside be controlled? Do the furnishings, equipment, materials and construction pro mote safety? Entertainment For Club Members Mrs. Walter Simpson entertained members of Mi Mi Club recently at her home near Galesburg, with Mrs. Lawrence Nichols as assisting hostess. After a short business meeting conducted by Mrs. Nichols, president, games of bunco were the diversion of the afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Charles Malley, and Mrs. John Grawey with Mrs. Joseph Smith receiving the special prize. Cultured pearls grow as big as marbles off the coast of Western Australia. College News- (Continued from Page 13) band's away-from-home trip will be to the Iowa State-Colorado football game in Boulder, Colo., on Oct. 19. Robert J. Moberg, freshman at Western Illinois University, Macomb, has been chosen for the part of Charles in Noel Coward's play, "Blithe Spirit" to be performed on campus Oct. 24, 25 and 26 and on Homecoming Saturday night, Nov. 9. Other students in the cast are from Peoria, Petersburg, Springfield, Cicero, Macomb and Kaneville. Moberg, a speech major, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Moberg, 725 Greenleaf St. Homemakers can figure a yield of about 10 ounces of lean cooked meat from a pound of round steak, reports the Department of Agriculture remove stains from cleaning or slicing vegetables. LESLIE FAY Is Honored At Dinner Party A surprise party was given Sunday for Mrs. Roy Thompson of Dahinda, who was celebrating her 74th birthday anniversary. The dinner event was in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Thompson, 111 W. Main St., Knoxville. Attending were her husband, Roy Thompson, Dahinda; Ray Thompson and family of Terre Haute, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Thomson and family, West Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nolan and family of Deer Creek; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nolan and family of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Newell and family of Chillicothe; Fred Nolan Jr., Chillicothe; Mrs. Arlene Ray and daughter Connie and James Thompson, all of Galesburg. When fixing up study areas in the home, keep desks and table surfaces dull and light colored. Musical Program Given for Class Singing opened the meeting of the Loyal Wide Awake Class with Mrs. D. C. Sheets as accompanist when the group met at the First Christian Church recently. Mrs. Myrtle Long, president, presided. The musical program was given by Mrs. Sheets, who presented several piano selections and accompanied Miss Marianne Howard and Miss Mary Lundeen, s* loists. The program closed with group singing of old-time favorites, accompanied by Mrs, Sheets. Mrs. Ray Taylor gave the devotions. A dessert luncheon was served by Mrs. Mildred Oaks, chairman, Mrs. William Burton and Mis. Silas Simmons. This will add to the available light for reading. for the Typical American Size As Advertised in Vogue FRIDAY is "IESUE FAY" DAY at MAURITA DAIE SHOP - 310 E. Main St. Preview Showing of — LESLIE FAY FALL FASHIONS for the typical American- size; Petite sizes 8 -18. Mr. Arthur Gerbs — Leslie Fay Fashion Coordinator will be here in person witli a SPECIAL TRUNK SHOWING FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4th Win a Leslie Fay Dress. Just Register. No Purchase Necessary and need not be present to win. USE OUR LAY-AWAY READY-TO-WEAR 310 E. Main St. Fur products labeled to show country of origin of imported furs Fur Trimmed Coats ... the Fashion Sucesses of 1963 a. Soft dyed squirrel tops smart coat of taupe, black or wild rice wool. Acetate satin lined, wool interlined. Sizes 8-20. 4498 b. So lovely . . . it's a 4-Star Value) Elegant coat in beige, black or wild rice wool and fur fiber blend. Natural mink wedding band collar, Warm wool interlining, crepeback acetate satin lining. Sizes 8-20. 5998 We're proud of these exciting coat values ... all are so beautifully detailed. Buttonholes are hand bound , , . lovely fabrics are mothproofed! OTHER FUR TRIMS - 24.98 to $78 Sears Revolving Charge Shop at Sears and Save SEARS IW&e mVWi Ma«Uy art Friday t AM. U # P.M.-Tues., Wed., Thur., Sal. t A.M. to 5:MPIi Galesburg, Qliaois 343-5141 4*7 East Main Street

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