Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1963 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, October 5, 1963
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Golesburo Reolstgr-Moil, Golesburo, lit. Saturday, Pet, 5, 1963 3 Rev. Swing Bailey, who spent two years in Ethiopia and nearly forty years in Egypt doing mission work, came from his present home in Waverly, Ohio to speak before the Woman's Association of the IMrst United Presbyterian Chufch Friday afternoon in the church parlor. Although the Rev. Mr. Bailey spent more years in Egypt, he used the urgent need for Christian work in Ethiopia as his major subject. "Ethiopia has opened the door to the church, asking for its help. The government has promised to pay Christian doctors and teacher*. To no other place in the world is there such a wkte opert door," said the speaker. Continuing, the mtssronary stated that while Ethiopia gained her independence long ago and most of the nation is Christian, there are many pagan tribes of various origins and languages. To help these ^gan tribes is the mis* sion of the church. Screen Slides Slides were screened picturing some of these tribes, which the speaker identified by their skin color, hair and dress. Some small grass covered structures that served as clinics and schools were Calendar of Meetings SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage will be open to the public Sunday afternoon from 1 to 5 o'clock, when Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Goff will be present to receive visitors. The cottage is open during the week from 9 to 12 o'clock in the morning and 1 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. ORC AUXILIARY ORC Auxiliary will meet at 1 o'clock at the American Beauty Restaurant on Tuesday afternoon. ALTRUSA CLUB Miss Florida Omeis will be the speaker at the Thursday meeting of Altrusa Club at 6:30 o'clock at the Custer Inn. She will tell of her summer travels. Members of the International Relations Committee will be in charge. Chairman is Mrs. Berl Nord. GIA The Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will meet Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the American Legion Home. DAY NURSERY The board of directors of Knox County Day Nursery will meet Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock •in the nursery at the corner of Prairie and South streets. VFW AUXILIARY Auxiliary to Knox County Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will meet at 8 o'clock Monday evening in the Post Home. All officers are Chorus To Begin Season Galesburg Community Chorus will commence its 19th season, Monday evening by resuming rehearsals for the traditional performance of Handel's "Messiah" which will be an event of Dec. 8. Rehearsals will be held in Central Congregational Church each Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock Oct. 7 through Dec. 1. The chorus will again be conducted by Creston Klingman, assistant professor of music at Knox College and director of the Knox Choir. Rehearsal accompanist will be Mrs. Charles Gibbs, also a member of the college music faculty. All persons interested in singing this season with the Community Chorus are urged to attend the rehearsal Monday evening. Mrs'. Harold R. Moore is chorus president and officers serving with her are Mrs. Roy Pearson Jr., vice president; John Hirst, treasurer; Mrs. William Bice, secretary. Members of the board of directors are Mrs. J. A. Annegers, Mrs. Rollo Mattox, Mrs. Wayne Tryon, Arthur Johnson and Charles Gibbs. only ONE There ii only one WELCOME WAGON J 30 year* of espenence • fostering good will in • bunitwM 8iw community ; life, • For information on j Welcome Wagon, phono» • HM . Audiay NtUen • 400 Monro* - M8-WS • Hit- Pel Qejf • m Uwenpe Ave*"»**»WH WELCOME WAGON asked to meet in auxiliary uniform at 7 o'clock for practice. Mrs. LaVonna Caster, district president, will attend the meeting. MOTHERS OF WW II Mothers of World War II, Unit 51, will meet in the American Legion Home at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. CATHERINE CLUB BOARD Board of directors of the Catherine Club will meet at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning at the club building. IMMACULATA GUILD Immaculata Guild will meet Wednesday evening in the gymnasium of Immaculate Heart of Mary School. A potluck dinner will be served at 6 o'clock end games of bunco will be played. INT. CULTURES CLUB International Cultures Club will meet Tuesday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the Twin Chefs Restaurant. Miss Carol Wicks will give the program. DELPHIANS Members of the Delphian Group will be entertained at 1:30 Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. L. Thompson, 1340 Grand Ave. The afternoon's program will be presented by Mrs. John C. Olmsted. PHI MU MOTHERS Members of Phi Mu Mothers Club will meet at 7 o'clock Tuesday evening in the home of Mrs. Guy Parks, 1066 N. Broad St. Mrs. Errol M. Clark will be co- hostess. COTTAGE HOSPITAL GUILD Members of Co 11 a g e Hospital Guild will meet in the Conference Room at the hospital Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. LOMBARD PTA A board meeting at 7 o'clock will precede the Tuesday evening meeting of Lombard Junior High School Parent-Teacher Association at 7:30 o'clock. The program for the evening will be "Meeting the Faculty." wscs 3Ji m, Sincerity Lodge Honors Candidates at Banquet Sincerity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, admitted a class of candidates Wednesday evening at the Elks Club. Mrs. Cecil Davis was chairman of the banquet honoring the class at Loraine's Restaurant preceding the meeting. Mrs. Davis and her committee, Mrs. Harry Crouse and Mrs. R. W. Morgan used auxiliary colors of red, white and green in the table decorations. Mrs. Earl Johnson, chaplain, gave the invocation. Members from Unity Lodge, Galesburg and St. Valentine's Lodge, Peoria, were present for the dinner and the meeting conducted by Mrs. Gould Specht. Escorted and introduced were Mrs. Esther Wally, secretary of the Illinois state legislative board; Mrs. Lucile Newland, president of :he St. Valentine's Lodge and Mrs. Harry Neeld and Mrs. C. K. Lo Deman, president and past president respectively, of Unity Lodge. Officers wearing aqua , dresses initiated Mrs. James Stevens, Mrs. William Reeves, Mrs. Nellie Mettler and Mrs. Dennis Baughman. Mrs. Davis was soloist and Mrs Wally and Mrs. Neeld assisted in the ceremony. Mrs. Newland served as guest pianist for the evening's activities. A letter of congratulation from the grand president, Mrs. Charles Mosher, was read. A special election circular and information concerning the Diamond Jubilee celebration of the Trainmen's Auxiliary to be held at the Michigan State meeting in June 1964 were read. The board of auditors will meet at the home of Mrs. W. J. Olivers Oct. 16. The evening's prize was awarded to Mrs. Clyde Alderman of Unity Lodge. A social hour followed the business session with Mrs. Dell Reed as chairman. Assisting her were Mrs. M. G. Wooldridge, Mrs. Davis, Mrs. Crouse, Mrs. Harry Little and Mrs. Vincent Poe. Mrs. Specht was accorded serving honors at the refreshment table, Mrs. Kenneth Keene announced plans for a family potluck at 6 o'clock preceding the next meeting. Those attending are being asked to bring a covered dish and their own table service. Meat and coffee will be furnished by the committee. Election of offi also shown. The Rev. Mr. Bailey pointed out that the diversity of unknown languages of the tribes creates a Major difficulty for mis* stonarles. As a prelude to the program. Mrs. William Bice, accompanied by Mrs. Harold Moore sang "The Lord is My Light" and "Prayer." Women of the. association join* ed with Umited Presbyterian worn* en all over the world in sharing in the Fellowship o^ the Least Coin, with Mrs. Moore giving the devotional service. Prior to the meeting led by the president, Mrs. E. G. Tribbey, refreshments were served by the Hodgson-Allen Circle. Hostesses were Mrs. Perry Hodgson, Mrs. David Allen, Mrs. James Allen, Mrs. L. H. Courtney, Mrs. Ruth Pew and Mrs. Ted Wilson. Mrs. Wilma Andrews poured punch at the table made attractive with accent on 'grapes.' College News.. • Max Wisgerhof, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Wisgerhof, Victoria, and vice president of the Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, student council, was one of 52 students and 18 faculty and administration-members who took part in Cornell College's annual student-faculty fall planning conference at Picture Rocks camp near Monticello, Iowa. Miss Connie Miner, who is attending the University of Denver, pledged Kappa Delta on the 23rd of September. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry J. Kennedy, 1598 N. Prairie St. Miss Linda Stoneking, Galesburg, is one of eight students recently selected to work as receptionists, at the information desk in the new University Union Building at Ottawa University, Ottawa, Kan. Miss Stoneking, a senior, is the daughter of Mrs. Anna M. Deal, 503 Olive St. Taped Pockets Sew a length of twill tape to the underside of pockets on boy's clothing and see how much longer the pockets last. lew ^4dJrcAA: Cjaiedburf . if* MRS. HAROLD WICKMAN ... la the former Dorothy Neff of Alliance, Neb. . . . moved from Lincoln, Neb. with her family to 6M E. Losey St. ... Is the wife of the gen* eral car foreman for the CBAQ Railroad ... was a member of the Eastern Star and the BPO Does at Lincoln . . . belongs to Civic Nu-Comer and Newcomer Greeting here . . . is the mother of Alan, 17. and Richard, 13 . . . lists bowling and sewing as her special Interests. MRS. WILLIAM YAW . . . Is the wife of an agricultural consv'tant who is opening a branch office of Farm Clinic . . . came with her family from West Lafayette, Ind., to reside at 110 Circle Drive . . . is the former Genevieve Ries of Alden, Iowa. . . was a member of Covenant Presbyterian Church, the PEO and West Lafayette Muslcale in the Indiana town . . . belongs to Civic Nu-Comer and Lakelawn here . . . lists music and reading as her hobbies . . . is the mother of Steve, 18, Bob, 14, Ricky, 6 and Randy, 4 Plan Annual Art Show at Qtiincy The Quincy Art Club's 14th annual Art Show will open at the Quincy Art Center on Sunday, Nov. 3. Artists in the area are being invited to enter works in the show and may write to the Quincy Society of Fine Arts, 1515 Jersey St. for entry blanks. All artists 18 years and over residing within 200 mile radius of WRC Members, |Quincy are e,i * ib,e Friends Attend Afternoon Tea Members and friends of the Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, were entertained at a tea Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bertha Rogers, 843 Ella St. '. Mrs. L. J. Baldwin was the winner of the afternoon's prize. Refreshments were served from a table attractively decorated in fall colors. Mrs. Lilian Taylor was accorded serving honors. MRS. JAMES WALLACE . . . resides at 1223 Bridge Ave., with her husband and small son, James Murray Wallace III, age 2 ... is the former Mary Paden of Champaign where she attended the University of Illinois . . . moved with her family from Eureka ... Is a member of Civic Nu-Comers . . . lists sewing and swimming as her special interests ... is the wife of a salesman for Procter and Gamble. eetin in JC noxvuie FALL MEETING of the Galesburg District of Woman's Society of Christian Service was Friday at the Methodist Church in Knoxville. The all* day session began at 9:30 o'clock and reports from the various societies of the district were heard during the morning. Pictured (left to right, above) are Mrs. Ross Hanna, Little York, dis­ trict vice president; Mrs. M. F. Weissmann, Hampton, president, who presided during the day and Miss Martha Graf, missionary to China for almost 30 years. Miss Graf, the afternoon speaker told of being forced to leave China after the Communists took over. Altar Society Has First Meeting of Fall The recitation of the Rosary and Litany were led by Rev. A. Curran in Corpus Christi Church preceding Wednesday evening's meeting of the Altar and Rosary Society in the church social rooms. Mrs. Joseph Shragal, president, called on officers and committee chairmen for reports. Mrs. Nadie Sheahan, chairman of the NCCW committee, told of the diocesan meeting of the National Council of Catholic Women she had attended in Peoria in September. Mrs. Shragal, in behalf of St. cers will be held at the meeting. Joseph's PTA. asked for dona- SALESLADY WANTED Wf HAVI AN IMMEDIATE OPENING IN OUR HOUSEWARES DEPARTMENT. Salary plus Commission, Paid Vocations and Holidays. Sat Mr. fifing —• Brawn, lynch A Scott, Galesburg, Illinois. tions to the country store to be featured at Sunday's fall festival at St. Joseph's School. Members were invited to a coffee given Thursday for Mrs. Steve, Sottos, who served as a president of the former junior division of the society and who moved to Orion recently with her family. Home Warning Children have a way of popping things in their mouths. They especially like pills and liquids left within their reach. To avoid the possibility of accidental poisoning in your home, keep all medicines, cosmetics, cleaning fluids, rat poisons and insecticides out of a child's reach. Do not store medicinal or chemical substances without proper labels and don't keep these in food containers. Board for Bored An adjustable ironing board placed by the bed will provide a counter upon which a sick child may work or play. 9 to enter as many as three entries. Painting and sculptor must have been produced during the past two years and not previously entered in the Quincy Art shows. Work must be the original production of the exhibitor. Pictures may be done in any media. Also sculpture is acceptable. Entry cards are to be filled out and mailed to the Quincy Art Center, 1515 Jersey St., so they will be received by Oct. 18. The show will be judged by two prominent midwestern artists, Siegfried Reinhardt, well known artist of St. Louis, Mo., and Fred Conway, professor of art of Washington University in St/Louis. A reception for all Who submitted entries will be held Friday eve ning, Nov. 1, in the Elizabeth M. Sinnock Gallery of the Quincy Art Center. At this time award winners will be announced. Prizes include the Best in Show of $100, the lone Vasen Historical Landmark Award of $25, and the Lane K. Newberry Memorial Award of $25, as well as prizes in the oil, water color, other media and sculpture- categories. The total amount of prizes offered is close to $400. Mrs. Philip S. Chanen and Dr. Randall 'McClelland are serving as co-chairmen of this year's Art Show. Appreciation was acknowledged to Mrs. Dale Johnson, house chairman, and the volunteers who assisted with the recent redecoration of the church social rooms. Following the business meeting, Mrs. Silvio Sabetti, program chairman, distributed slips of paper on which members wrote questions on religion. The questions were read and answered by Fr. Curran. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the social committee with Mrs. F. W. Laule as chairman. It You Want tht Unuiual HANDBAG Wt Hovt It at Give - A - Gift WEIERS 149 E. Main Named to State Committee Mrs. George Donaldson, director of nursing education at Cottage Hospital was elected to the nominating committee of the Illinois League for Nursing Friday in Chicago. Her election took place at the conclusion of ILN's biennial convention there. Mrs. Donaldson will serve until the next meeting in 1965. The nominating group is the only standing committee of the ILN, whose members include nurses, doctors, educators, hospital and public health officials, and others interested in health care. Mrs. Donaldson is on the executive committee of the Western Illinois League for Nursing, and of the Illinois Nursing Association. FALL SPECIAL Served 4:30 till 9:00 DAILY THRU SATURDAY Complete Chicken Pie Dinner only -$1.15 308 E. Mais St. Galesburg, IU. MRS. BILL BROWN . . . lists Childress, Tex., as her home town and also the former home of the family . . . was before her marriage the former .to Taylor . . . served as worthy matron of the Eastern Star in Childress, where she also belonged to Twentieth Century Study Club, the PTA, First Baptist Church and was secretary of the City Bowling Association ... Is a member of the First Baptist Church, Woman's Mia* sion Society, Civic Nu-Comer and Newcomer Greeting, here . . . attended Texas Tech University at Lubbock, Tex. . . . names bridge and bowling as her special interests ... is the wife of a passenger .car foreman for the CB&Q Railroad . . .she and her husband are the parents of Gary, 16, Mark, 7 and Susan, 6. When the National Fed eration of Business and Professional Women's Club Inc. assumed as its working theme for 1963, "The Re sponsibility of Full Partnership," it paralleled the efforts of the President's Commission on the n vtatus of Women to work for "full partnership" of women in our democracy. On Oct. 11 during National Busi ness Women's Week, a tribute to business and professional women, 0:t. 6-12, the Pres" 's Com mission will present its final report. Locally National Business Worn en's Week has been proclaimed by Mayor Robert Cabeen. The mayor urged' all citizens, civic and fraternal groups, educational associations and a" other com munity organizations to encourage and promote the celebration of the achievements of all business and professional women as they con tribute daily to our economic, civic and cultural development. Theme for the week will be "Meet the Members." BPW members, in recognition of this theme and the week, will meet for luncheon at the Custer Inn on Monday. Serving will be from 11:30 o'ebek until 2 o'clock. Members of the caravan of state officers will arrive during the noon hour as part of (.he week's celebration. Present will be Mrs. Mary Lou Koonce, president; Miss Phyllis Wyckoff, state public relations chairman, and Miss A. Zola Groves, co-chairman for the Chicago banquet on Saturday evening in Chicago. On Tuesday Mrs. Viola Lersch, president, and Mrs. Oscar Dooley, public relations chairman, will appear on Pat Sundine's program at 9:30 o'clock in the morning. Wednesday evening an interview among members will be broadcast over WGIL at 7:30 o'clock. Spot announcements will be given throughout the week. Windows will be decorated at O. T. Johnson's and Wilkinson's Typewriter Co. Hobo Party Follows Meeting of Friendship Academy Members of the Academy of Friendship, Women of the Moose, attended this week's meeting dressed as hoboes for a party which followed the business session. The meeting in the Moose Lodge was conducted by Mrs. Louis Baldwin, chairman. Announcement was made of a breakfast at the lodge on Thursday, Oct. 17, when serving will be from 8 to 11 o'clock. Mrs. Delmar Reed and Mrs. Myrtle Jordan will be the committee chairmen. Members were asked to bring canned goods and foodstuff for the bazaar booth to the Oct. 22 meeting of the Women of the Moose and also to report .early oh bazaar day to set up and prepare their booths. The attendance prize went to Mrs. Dorothy Snell. During the social hour,' games were played and refreshments, in the form of sack lunches and cider, were served by Nellie Blakewell and her committee. Hand Wash Although many silks are washable, they are not machine washable. Wash your sport and casual silks by hand if you prefer it to drycleaning. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Mon., Tues., Wed. Only $eoo *9 Complete Jeanne, Tina, Paulette, Nadine LIONEL'S Beauty Solon BANK OF GALESBURG BIDG. 342*6334 MON. - TUES. - WED. 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