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10 Gotesburo ReQister-Moil, Gotcsburo, HI, Friday, Oct. 4, 1963 Mrs. Linnea Carlson Newberg, a Swedish humorist, representing the Swedish Press, as Tora Torkelson, star reporter, presented the program at the guest night meet' ing of the Business and Professional Women's Club Thursday at Central Con- "" 111 1 11 1 gregational Church. Entitled "Tora Gets the Scoop," Mrs. Newberg's talk began with humorous scoops about local BPW members and concluded with some thoughts £3riiled-e(ecl J^lonored at JPartieA Miss Connie Shinn . . * The concluding event in the series of prenuptial parties for Miss Connie Shinn of Abingdon, bride-elect of Charles Marshall Poland also of Abingdon, Will be the rehearsal dinner Saturday evening at the home of Miss Shinn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shinn near Abingdon. The future bride and bridegroom will exchange wedding vows Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the Abingdon Christian Church. Relatives and friends are invited to the Ceremony and to the reception to follow in the church parlors. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Robert Poland of Abingdon. On Friday afternoon members of the Cashman Club entertained in the bride-elect's honor at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Enos Ginther near Abingdon with Mrs. Gale Foster assisting. Games were played with prizes awarded to Mrs. Doren Poland, Mrs. Marshall Carpenter, Mrs. Warren Sf.egall and Mrs. Jennie Palmer. Aunts Entertain Aunts of the bride-elect, Mrs. Darwin Nesbit, Mrs. Paul Graham, Mrs. Earl Wilson Jr., and a friend, Mrs. Roy Larimer, honored her with a miscellaneous shower the afternoon of Sept. 23 at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Earl Wilson, west of Galesburg. Pink and white, the hortoree's chosen colors, were used in the decoration of the gift table which was centered with a miniature bride dressed in white, with pink tapers on either side. Traveling bingo was played, with prizes awarded to Mrs. Ed Poland, Mrs. Harry Shinn, Mrs Glen Glass; Mrs. J. C. Van Antwerp, Mrs. Earl Wilson, Miss Patricia Morris and the bride-elect. Miss Shinn was assisted with her gifts by Miss Morris and Miss Jo Ann Ray. Receives Corsage Miss Shinn was the honoree at a shower Thursday evening, Sept. 19, at the home of Miss Patricia Morris, Abingdon. Co-hostess for event was Mrs. Margaret Bowton of Galesbufg. They were assisted by their mothers. The honoree received a rose corsage from the hostesses. During the evening, games were played and prizes were awarded to Miss Nancy Morris, Miss Diana Hook and Miss Pauline Hook. Refreshments were served from a table centered with a rose floral arrangement and tapers, "LOOK" to the Give-A-Gift VEBERS 149 E. Main St. for Fin* Dinnerware $1 Down - $1 WMII using Miss Shinn's colors of pink and white. Quail Lilt Guests attending one or more of the above showers and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Dean Shinn, M'.ss Phyllis Shinn, Mrs. Robert Poland, Mrs. Jerry Severns, Miss Verla Duncan, Mtss Crystal Barton, Miss Janet Lincoln,' Mrs. Robert Nelson, Kelly Bowton, Miss Nancy Murk, Miss Nancy Morris, Mrs. Mae Morris, Miss Leddy Ekstrom, Miss Linda Ekstrom, Mrs. John Ray, JoAnn Ray. Susan Ray, Kirs. Kenneth Cooper, Mrs. Gene Larson and Bradl.. Larson. Also Mrs. Jim Bruington, Mrs. Daisy Anderson,- Mrs. Raymond Barlow, Mrs, Forrest Squire, Mrs. Charles Squire, Mrs. Ross Williams. Mrs. Doris Seibert, Mrs. Joe Callison, Mrs. Glen Heckort, Roxanne Heckcrt, Ktrs. Albert Rommel, MrF. Larry Nesbit, Teresa Nesbit, Mrs. Hugh Terpening, Mrs. Gary Hornbaker and Carol Hornbaker. Mrs. Russell Graham, Mrs. Wither Terpening, Mrs. Lucille Vpgel, Mrs. Maude Stromire, Mrs. Jennie Palmer, Mrs. Larry Ginther, Mrs. Edna Moore, Mrs. James Hook, Mrs. Mary Smith, Mrs. Lyle Link, Mrs. Nelle Dunlap, Mrs Inez Cline, Mrs. Harold Helander, Mrs. Paul Hanson and Mrs. Gladys Shephard Miss Dorothy Grant... Miss Dorothy Irene Grant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roe Grant, 1433 Beecher Ave., who will exchange wedding vows Saturday with Harold E. Ziehr Jr., has been the guest of honor at a shower. The bride-elect and her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ziehr Sr., 1161 N. Academy St., will be honored at the rehearsal party given by his parents at Loraine's Restaurant this evening. Yonder blue and white, the honoree's selected wedding colors, were used by Mrs. Phillip Verene, 800 Florence Ave., to decorate when she entertained for the bride-to-be. In addition to the gifts brought by the guests, each one brought two recipes for the bride-elect. OiMit Lilt Guests included Mrs. Richard Grant, Mrs. Harold Ziehr Sr.. Mrs. Inez Baker, Mrs. Amy Grant, Mrs. Harold German, Mrs. Ed Smith. Also, Mrs. John Bramlett, Miss Lillian Hahn, Mrs. Robert Johnson, Mrs. Orin Mills, Mrs. Ronnie Cash Miss Ann German, IWrs. Louise Verene and Miss Elizabeth Grant. Newcomers Alumnae Have Dessert Bridge Small green and yellow gourds surrounded by bittersweet decorated the tables in an autumn motif when Newcomers Alumnae met for dessert bridge Thursday at Northgate Lanes. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Harold Reinhardt and Mrs. L. W. Stouffer. Mrs. Milton Tanzer Sr., presi dent, introduced a guest, Mrs. Eugene Bryce. Following a short business meeting honors in bridge games were won by Mrs. Milton Tan zer Sr., Mrs. Conrad Mueller, and Mrs. Edith Mattoon. Sudzy Sez: If you would rather play let Sudzy do your laundry today, Oct, 4, TRY YOUR SUDZY'S MAYTAG EQUIPT COIN WASH TODAY 1177 MONMOUTH ilVD. G«i«*burg li S and •ROADWAY Miss Carol Wooldridge. . • Miss Carol Wooldridge, bride-elect of George Woodward, and her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Woodward of East Fremont Road, will be guests of honor at the rehearsal party this evening. Hosts will be her fiance's parents, who will entertain at Holiday Inn. The bride-elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Wooldridge, 108 Bayard Ave., Knoxville, and Mr. Woodward will exchange wedding vows at 2:30 o'clock Saturday at the Knoxville Methodist Church. Hostesses, Mrs. Bud Peck, Mrs. Clarence Carpenter and Mrs. Paul Ford, who entertained in the Peck home in Knoxville, decorated the refreshment table with an orange floral arrangement and olive tapers. The trio entertained with a linen shower the first of October. The Gilson Community Church was the scene of a miscellaneous shower on Sept. 26. Hostesses were Mrs. Spud Cramer, Mrs. Earl Snell, Mrs. Millie Brown, Mrs. Al Jefferson, Mrs. Kenneth Nelson, Mrs. Robert King, Mrs. Robert Putnam, Mrs. Kenneth Curry, Mrs. Harold King, Mrs. Ougan, Mrs. Ray Ramp, Mrs. | Fred Davis, Mrs. Darlene Bennett, Mrs. LaVerne Smith, Mrs. Arvid Bushong, Mrs. Bud Putnam, Mrs. Lawrence Lindahl, Mrs. Kenneth Eckman. After the guests played a game and the bride opened her gifts, refreshments were served. A fall bouquet decorated the table. Honors were given Mrs. Wooldridge and Mrs. Woodward, mothers of the couple. Relatives of the bride were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tice of London Mills, at a miscellaneous shower on Sept. 29. An umbrella decorated with fall leaves accented .he gift table. Two Parties Relatives and friends of the bridegroom-elect were the guests at a miscellaneous shower on the 20th of September. Mrs. Clifford Madison and Mrs. Loava Woodward entertained in the former's home, 443 N. Seminary St. Fall accents decorated the table at which mothers of the couple were accorded serving honors. On Sept. 19 roommates of the bride when she was a student at Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing entertained for her with a personal shower. At this dinner party she also was presented a corsage. Mrs. Marshall Purl, Mrs. John Whitsitt and Miss Kris Eckman entertained for the honoree at a party in the Purl home, 681 S. Academy St., on Sept. U After the bride-elect had open ed her gifts, refreshments were served from a table decorated with a fall bouquet flanked with bittersweet tapers. for the group about everyday living. Mrs. Newberg was introduced by Mrs. B. E. Manworren, chairman of the October meeting. Members of the Girls Sextette from Galesburg High School under the direction of Roland Hegg presented a number of selections. Included were "It's a Good Day," "Rock Your Baby With a Dixie Melody" and "Wells Fargo Wagon" from "The Music Man." Proclaims Business Week Mrs. Viola Lersch, president, presided and welcomed the guests. Announcement was made of National Business Week, Oct. 612, proclaimed statewide by Gov. Kerner, and locally by Mayor Robert Cabeen. At the luncheon on Monday members of the caravan of state officers will arrive at 12:30 o'clock. Serving will be at Custer Inn from 11:30 o'clock until 2 o'clock. On Tuesday Mrs. Lersch and Mrs. Oscar Dooley, public relations chairman, will appear on Pat Sundine's program at 9:30 o'clock in the morning. Displays will be in O. T. Johnson's window and Wilkinson Type, writer Co. window. Mrs. Manworren gave the invocation and Mrs. Raymond Con rad, co-chairman for the meeting, the benediction. Members of the committee in eluded Mrs. Burrel Barash, Mrs. Roger Bilderback, Miss Vera Corbin, Mrs. W. E. Doyle, Miss Ida Madsen, Miss Alma Palm quist, Miss Suzanne Peterson, Miss Dorothea Richardson, Mrs George Rose, Miss Jane Simms, Miss Anne Weinmann and Mrs. Opal White. Decorations were in keeping with publicity for National Business Women's Week. Show Comments By Artist • • # Calendar of ^Wleetl To Note 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James Kenney of Henderson will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Tuesday, Oct. 8. The couple were former residents of the Rio and Oneida communities. Mr. and Mrs. Kenney would enjoy receiving cards and visits from friends and relatives. Elvla Mauk Galesburg Civic Art League's first exhibition of the fall season will open Sunday afternoon with a tea from 3 to 5 o'clock. Elvin Mauk, exhibiting artist, will be present to- talk on his paintings. The one-man show will remain for the month of October at the Y Community Lounge. Mr. Mauk, who is from Ogden, has exhibited in juried shows in Ohio, Illinois and Michigan, said Mrs. F. L. Blaze, program chairman. Prizes were awarded him at the Athens, Ohio show, the Decatur Regional Show, the Champaign regional and the Town and Country Show at the University of Illinois. At the present time some of his paintings are displayed at the Art Theatre, the Optical Co. and the Antique Gallery, all in Champaign. Mr. Mauk studied art at Illinois State Normal University. For the past ten years he has worked under Warren F. Doolittle, professor of art at the University of Illinois. He is a member of the Central Illinois Artist League, an invitational organization meeting and exhibiting in the Champaign area. Art League members from Monmouth will be hostesses for the Sunday afternoon tea. Mrs. O. E. Sterett will head the committee of Mrs. Leonard Boyer, Miss Louise Patton, Mrs. J. H. Burkhard, Miss Naomi Purlee and Mrs. Dean Ole. mm mm The opening (all luncheon for women's bridge will be Tuesday afternoon at 12:90 o'clock at the Elks Club. Members are being asked to make reservations at the club by 12:30 o'clock Monday af ternoon. Co-chairmen for this annual event are Mrs. Robert Kimble and Mrs. Al Urena. VICTORIA CAMP Members of the Victoria Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Victor Johnson in Wataga, Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Tyko Johnson and Mrs. Verne Craig. PTA Bulletin WESTON PTA BOARD Board members of Weston School Parent-Teacher Association will convene at 9:30 o'clock Monday morning at the school. LOMBARD PTA A board meeting at 7 o'clock will precede the meeting of Lombard Junior High School Parent- Teacher Association at 7:30 o'clock. The program for the evening will be "Meeting the Faculty." CARD CLUB PAKT1ES LAKE BRACKEN At Thursday afternoon's bridge party for women of the Knox County Country Club at the Lake Bracken Clubhouse, prizes for high scores were awarded to Mrs Roy Dyer, first; Mrs. Bertha Sweborg, second, and Mrs. Gail !>avidge, third. The special prize went to Miss Ann Weinmann. Miss Weinmann and Mrs. Carl Matson were the committee for the event. Next week's bridge play will be- j;in at 1:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lester Martin will .be chairman. W-COMEM ALUMNAE Civic Nu-Corners Alumnae wilt meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock at Northgate Lanes for a get-acquainted coffee honoring new members and prospective members. KINDERGARTEN PARENTS YMCA Kindergarten Parents Club will meet at 7:30 o'clock Monday evening in the Jungle Room at the YMCA. Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian, will be the speaker. Serve as Acolytes Roger Holmes of Oneida and Bob Riley of Wataga served as acolytes at the wedding of Miss Mary Karen Smith and John Bodenhamer, when they were married Saturday. Vows were exchanged at 7 o'clock in the evening by the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith, 452 E. Losey St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bodenhamer of Abingdon. Federation Convenes at Henderson Grove oun t dubd <Jli$t Projects Representatives of the the group to work as a team to Guail List Attending one or pr»ore of the above parties and nor previously mentioned were Miss Mary Bailey Mrs. Roger Horton, Miss Helen DeJosi, Miss Joan Jordon, Mrs. Ray Johnson, Mrs. Bernard Smith, Mrs Joe Burgess, Mrs. Donald Fahlund Miss Pat McCoy, Mrs. Barton, Mrs. Larry Johnson, Miss Carole Gibson, Ms ~ " " Carolyn in, Miss ss Ruby Lefler, (Continued on page U) fOUTMflM ITAI UNO f IttflO EASY TERMS ELLIS Jeweler* 219 E. Main St. m AulharlMJ AftCdfved , Yates City Senior and Jun ior Woman's Clubs attending the 43rd annual meeting of the Knox County Federation of Women's Clubs Wednesday at the Henderson Grove Church extended an invitation to the county federation to consider the Yates City clubs as hostesses for the 1964 fall meeting. The invitation was accepted. Mrs. M. C. Webber, Yates City, Knox County president, called the meeting to order at 10 o'clock and Mrs. Oscar Nelson, president of Henderson Woman's Club extended the welcome. Mrs. George Lenge, county federation vice president, responded. Following officers' reports Mrs. Webber introduced district and county officers including three county past presidents, Mrs. Ira Fritz, Rio, Mrs. Walter Dikeman, Yates City and Mrs. Howard Coe, Williamsfield. A roll call of presidents was conducted and each gave a brief description of her club's activities and plans for the coming year. During a roll call of district departmenta' chairmen Mrs. Richard Lindstrom an nounced the 15th district sewing contest to be judged March 14 at the Galesburg Woman's Club house. Tells of Lodge Mrs. Kauzlerech, 15th district, Lincoln Lodge chairman, told where the lodge is located, how many boys it can accommodate and listed its needs. The home for boys is sponsored by the II- inois Federation of Women's Clubs. Mrs. M. F. Cline, 15th district president, was introduced by Mrs. Webber and spoke on the creation of women's clubs, noting that there are now eleven million women who belong to federated clubs. She stressed the need for new members. Mrs. Gordon Wakey, 15th district junior director, used membership as her topic and urged accomplish goals of their clubs Mrs. George Lenge conducted a memorial service for deceased members of the past year. Informal discussion followed, with members telling of various membership drives and club projects A luncheon was served by the women of the Henderson Grove Church The afternoon session convened at 1:30 o'clock with group singing led by Mrs. Arlejgh Hunt. Mrs, Harold Liston, public relations Members Present Program The year's theme, the use of our leisure time, was initiated by Mrs. Robert Gunther at the meeting of Chapter AN of PEO Thursday afternoon in the home of Mr. Wallace Nelson, 782 N. Academy St. Mrs. Gunther told of her travels to points of interest in the East and in turn called upon the members to tell of their activities during the summer. Mrs. C. S. Gamble presided at the business meeting. Luncheon was served from a table centered with bronze and gold chrysanthemums. Mrs. E. A. Crowell and Mrs. Gamble were given serving honors. Mrs. D. C. Beatty and Mrs. Richard Johnson assisted the hostess on the luncheon committee. chairman of a citizens group for u proposed plan for a new Knox County Home, spoke of the need for such a home and invited the group to tour the present Knox County Nursing Home. She quot ed figures on the cost to repair the present home and gave an estimated figure on the tax in crease for the building of a new home. Mrs. J. A. Bloomer, registration chairman, reported 71 members registered and presented the at tendance award to the Yates City Woman's Club. Resolutions were presented by Mrs. Lenge. Mrs. Willis Larson presented organ selections preceding the morning session. Afternoon musical selections were presented by Mrs. Everett Smith and daugh ler Melonie. Mrs. Hunt led the group singing of "God Bless America." Speak Jit WW "An Iberian jet airliner transported us in 6 hours from New York City to Lisbon, Portugal, a land of donkey cart travel," commented Mrs. L. W. Peterson as she began the story of her travels this summer through Spain and Portugal, with Mrs. Edwin Morris. Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Morris spoke at the United Church Women's meeting Thursday morning at the East Main Street Congregational Church. Built on seven hills, the city of Lisbon is one of beauty, commented Mrs. Peterson, the houses being painted many vivid colors. An elevator in the center of the city provided access to the various levels, with the travelers sometimes finding themselves getting off at an area they hadn't planned, due to language difficulties. Both Portugal and Spain are a land of very modern cities, stated Mr. Morris, but the county is extremely rough and the soil sparse. Primitive methods of hauling and farming are apparent, along with extreme poverty in the country, as soon as one starts traveling through the land. The speakers concluded their talks with the showing of many slides taken on the trip with particular emphasis on the many churches of the country. Mrs. Keith Peterson, president, conducted the meeting at which time it was announced World Community Day would be Nov. 7. The meeting will be at the First Methodist Church with Mrs. Jack Sanford, as chairman. An area meeting will be held in Pekin Nov. 19. Devotions were given by Mrs. Louise Wixworth. At the coffee table, centered with an autumn arrangement, Mrs. Mary Baughman, president of the host church women's association, was given serving honors. ut^A • • • VAIA LODGE Vasa Lodge 1?, Independent Or* der Svithtod, will meet Monday evening at 8 o'clock in the Odd Fellow Hall. After the meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson will show slides of their trip to Sweden. Refreshments will be served. TUSCARORA Tuscarora Club members will be entertained Monday afternoon at 1:90 o'clock in the home of Mrs. William Robson in Wataga at dessert luncheon. Mrs. J. Elvin Firth will be assisting hostess. ROUND TABLE CLUB Round Table Club member.? will be entertained in the home of Mrs. Charles Wetherbee, 1160 N. Cheny St., Monday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. As the afternoon's program Frank Marshall will speak on "Investments." To Sponsor Drug Fair The Fifth District Nurses' Association is sponsoring a rug Fair on Wednesday in the auditorium at St. Anthony's Hospital, 767- 30th St., Rock Island, from 1:30 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening. All registered nurses, active and inactive, in the Fifth District, Davenport, Galesburg and Monmouth areas are being urged to attend. Students attending St. Anthony's, Moline Public, Lutheran, Mercy and St. Luke's schools of nursing are also invited. Thirty drug firms will have displays featuring various drugs supplied by their companies; educational source material will be distributed; the representatives of the drug firms will be present to discuss matters with the nurses. Other displays will include surgical dressings, parenteral fluids, and prostheses. Two educational films will be shown continuously. There will be no admission fee. Announce Daughter's Engagement BUSHNELL — Mr. anl Mrs. Charles E. Norcross of Bushnell announce the engagement of their daughter, Becky, to Paul D. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton S. Miller of Jacksonville, Fla. Mr. Miller was graduated from the School of Business at Florida State University in Tallahassee. He is employed as assistant professor of economics at the University of Georgia while continuing graduate work in economics and finance. The bride-elect is a senior at Florida State, majoring in speech therapy. She plans to complete her education at the University of Georgia. The wedding will take place in December. Vacation Activities Described When members of Chapter HO of PEO had a dessert luncheon Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Fred Stansbury, 155 Park Lane Drive, Mrs. R. B. Eyre and Mrs. David G. Swanson were accorded serving honors at a table centered with an arrangement of fall flowers. Mrs, L. M. Peterson was co- hostess, As the program for the afternoon members told of their sum mer activities. BELL'S , GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE STILL GOING ON DRESSES MARKED DOWN DAILY L. B. Bell Co. * t. MAW ST. UtmU 4991 74 YEARS IN GALESBURG There is nothing so lovely and charming as you in a "Lampl" sweater seen only at Kellogg's in Galesburg. Skirts and Slacks to match. Lampl" $14.98 Fashions Are the Smartest ot ft*

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