Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 8, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 8, 1963
Page 9
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11 ^<WII*M^ ^.-^.y,. ^9 ^Jb-AJ/Q $etfmh (Convene In (lit Repreientative membtn from 17 chapters of the DAR First Division Regent's Round Tabid met for a brunch Saturday at the First Methodist Church. Mlgs Rath McCarthy, president, of Moline, presided and the Invocation was given by Mrs, Glen Symonds of Victoria. Mrs. E. Wendell DeMoss of Bowen, first division director, •poke briefly outlining the year's plans stressing the promotion of youth work. During the business session, conducted by Miss McCartney, a recommendation was approved allowing $15 to be used by the State National Defense Commit' tee honoring the former Division Director Mrs. Carlisle Smith of Knoxville; $18.75 was allowed to purchase a bond for the Good Citizen Girl selected to represent First Division and completion of the payment Of $180 for the DAR Manuals for Citizenship was arranged. These DAR Manuals were a gift from the Division to the girls who attended the American Legion Auxiliary Girl's State at MacMurray College this past summer in honor of the state regent, Mrs. Ralph A. Killey of Monmouth, to promote her interest in youth programs. Elect Officers The nominating committee, Mrs. Symonds, Mrs. Don Gamble of Kewanee and Mrs. M. A. Shepherd of Carthage reported the following slate of officers to serve for the coming year: Miss Louise Waggoner, Macomb, president; Mrs. William Wilkings, Fayetteville, Ark., vice president; Mrs. Maurice BJorling, Knoxville, treasurer; Mrs. Charles J. Smith, Moline, secretary. They were unanimously elected and installed at the close of the meeting by Miss McCartney. The program was presented by Mrs. Edward A. Pinks of Geneseo, who is the president of the Mississippi Valley Colony, National Society of New England Women and i Part Rate OAR librarian, Mrs. Pinks reviewed the bistort- eat novel "THe Peabody mm of Salem" which cavm the period of the eighteen hundreds In tne vicinity ot uonon, Manuscript letteirt and Journals constitute tne principal source of material used by the author to depict the life study of Elizabeth, Program Presorted By Member Amondata Club was presented with a program both entertaining and instructive when it met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Olasman, 837 Brown Ave. Mrs. Herbert Kamerer, a club member, created centerpieces using fall flowers and easily obtained materials such as leaves, cattails, pine cones and bittersweet. An elegant arrangement included an artichoke, which had been dried and sprayed gold. Mrs. Glen Pepmeyer, president, conducted the business meeting preceding the program. Committee chairmen presented brief reports. Prizes for the afternoon, centerpieces, were won by Mrs. Robert Eichhorn, Mrs. Carl Sandberg, Mrs. Glasman, Mrs. Leo F. O'Brien, Mrs. William Henning, Mrs. Gerald Gardner and Mrs. Sam Spink. Co-hostess for the afternoon was Mrs. Andrew Anderson. Announce Dates For State Assembly Announcement was made of the state assembly at the recent meeting of the Vesta Past Noble Grands in the IOOF Hall. The assembly will convene in Springfield Oct. 15-16 in the state armory. Headquarters will be at the Leland Hotel. Present for the meeting were three visitors from Abingdon and Quincy, who were presented to the noble grand. Mrs. Mary Lu- Can will be the delegate to the assembly. A potluck supper preceded the meeting. Announcement was made of the recent District Past Noble Grands meeting in Abingdon, where officers were elected. Among those serving was Mrs. Viola Walihan of Vesta, as vice president. ' Mary and Jophta Peabody who lived In this period of irttportant ptnonilKiei with their lines closely associated with those of the distlM^shed Lowell, Long* fellow, Charming and Adams families. Sophia became Mrs. Nathaniel Hawthorne, Maty be* came Mrs. Horace Mann while Elizabeth continued to teach and later established the first kinder' garten In the United States, Miss Waggoner in assuming her duties at the new president appointed a committee of three, Mrs. Carlisle Smith, Mrs. Errol Clark, Galesburg and Mrs, Leonard Ockert, Roseville, to present suggested bylaws to be considered at the next meeting which will be in Galesburg on Saturday, June 8, 1964. Miss Wicks Tells of Summer In Norway Cosmo Pals Club members meeting Monday evening in the home of Mrs. Donald Norton, 555 N. Broad St., were taken on an imaginary trip to Norway by Miss Carol Wicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Wicks, a summer exchange student sponsored by the American Field Service. Miss Wicks, who lived in a Norwegian home for seven weeks, spoke of the contrasting ways of life in the two countries and of her acceptance as a member of the family by the immediate members and many relatives. A number of items were exhibited to demonstrate various details of their lives. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Milton J. Rose, president. Three new members were introduced, Mrs. Wicks, Mrs. Samuel Shotts and Mrs. Nelson Dodge. Refreshments were served from the dining table which was decorated in the fall motif. The assisting hostesses were Mrs. C. S. Haney, Mrs. Ernest Higgins Sr. and Mrs. Joe Gorman. Party Table Favors Large oranges make delightful candy and nut cups for Halloween table. Cut oranges in half; reem juice from shell (save juice for break fast or use in - Halloween party punch). Line each orange shell with a fluted paper baking cup; fill with nuts and candy corn Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburo, 111, • • • C^alendca* oj- MR. AND MRS. MICHAEL J. SOPHER (above) Were married Friday evening at 7 o'clock at the home ti Rev, John Clarke of Knoxville. Mrs. Sopher, the former Dixie Anderson, Is, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson, 742 Lawrence Ave. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Sopher of near Knoxville. Attendants were Miss Sandie Bass of Galesburg and Amos Sopher. Mrs. Sopher attended Galesburg High School and Mr. Sopher, who is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co., attended Knoxville High School. Entertain Grange Officers Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Nelson of near Rio entertained Grange officers in their home Friday evening. The group, all associated with the Grange Insurance Services, Inc., were attending the state convention being conducted at the Custer Inn. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Niffenegger of Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. Dorsey Kirk of Oblong; Mr. and Mrs. John Reacliff, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Henninger, both of Belvidere; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Turtlelott, of Dixon; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Munson of DeKalb; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Eidman, of Mascoutah, and John Crebbs of Peoria. Tuesday evening the Nelsons were hosts at a party attended by the members of the fifth degree team for Illinois State Grange from Henry and Knox counties. PTA Bulletin GHS PTA Galesburg High School Parent- Teacher Association board will meet at the high school at 9 o'clock Wednesday morning. COLDBROOK PTA Miss Camille Radmacher, librarian at Monmouth Library, will be the speaker at the meeting of Coldbrook Parent-Teacher Association at the school Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. WATAGA PTA As the program for the October meeting of the Wataga Parent- Teacher Association at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in the junior High School, Mrs. John J. Sutor will screen slides on the Mediterranean. Committee Has First Fall Meeting Members of the membership committee, Women of the Moose had their first fall meeting recently in the home of the chairman, Mrs. Elvin McFarling, 491 E. Brooks St. In the games which were played' following the business meeting, prizes were won by Mrs. Harold Legge, Mrs. Earl Dawson, and Mrs. Edith Lee. The special prize was awarded to Mrs. Ed Church. Mrs. McFarling was assisted in serving refreshments by Mrs. Legge. Mrs. Church, Mrs, Ida Mathers, Mrs. Lee, Mrs. Legge and Mrs. Dawson were guests. SURREY WOMAN'S CLUB Surrey Woman's Club will have a potluck luncheon at 12:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ernest Conard, southwest of Galesburg. Rolls and beverages will be furnished. WOODBINE CAMP Members are being asked to note the change in tune of meeting when Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, convenes at 7:30 o'clock this evening In IOOF Halt. MOSAIC CLUB Members of Mosiac Club wilt be entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Chan West, 117 Park Lane Drive. Mrs. M. M. Goodsill will be the co-hostess. CENTRAL" CHURCH The family potluck dinner scheduled for Wednesday at the Central Congregational Church has been postponed until Friday evening at 6:30 o'clock at the church. Each family is to bring a covered dish and own table service. Coffee, milk and dessert will be furnished by the committee in charge, which is Group 5. Miss Louise Wilmot will give the devotions and the program for the evening will be presented by Ray Brown, who will show flower slides. TRI-DELTAS Tri Deltas are being reminded to bring items for the sale to the home of Mrs. Sam Coffman, 1592 N. Broad St., by Wednesday noon. NAVY MOTHERS . Navy Mothers will meet at the home of Mrs. Ernest Hogan, Breezy Bluff, Lake Bracken, Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Members are ' being asked to come prepared to sew carpet rags. HORTICULTURE SOCIETY Galesburg Horticulture Improvement Society will meet on Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the.home of Mrs. Fred Moberg, 470 Irwin St. COVENANT CIRCLE Circle 2 of Covenant Church Women will meet in the home of Miss Virginia Pumfrey near Galesburg at 1:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Esther Johnson will be co-hostess. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY Mrs. Samuel Johnson will be hostess for the meeting of the Phyllis Wheattey Club Wednesday I evening when the group meets at V Carver Center at 8 o'clock.. BUTTONS AND BOWS Buttons and Bows Square Dance Club will have a dance at Dtfcey Doe Club Wednesday evening starting with a workshop session from 7 to s o'clock and continuing with square dance calls by Otto Moore until 11 o'clock. All square dancing couples are invited. UNITY LODGE Unity Lodge, 425, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen will meet at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in IOOF Hall. Oct, eetincjA. • • PI BftTA m ALUMNA* Pi Beta Phi Alumnae will for dinner Wednesday* _ 7 o'clock at the htfftte M Morton HOtchklss, 2fe O* Knoxville. STUDY CLUB ^ Study Club members will *$e entertained at 2 o'clock WedneV day afternoon in the honta J>f Mrs. J. H. Annegers, 1329 N, Cedar St. Those unable to aifiad are being asked tc call Mis. Christopher Bull) Galesburg Stile Research Hospital, •'.;•> introduces a new funtime idea SOLE-HATES' HATTIE and HARRIE a pair of foot-loose fun lovers A funtime idea to "kick off" the conversation at your next party. Your friends will also admire the good looking white wool crew sock on which they're printed. Sizes: Med. (8'/ 2 - ?l/ 2 ) and Lg. (10-1 |I/ 2 J pr. $1.50 V 2i Plus' and not telling? Keep your secret with BEAUTY PLUS HORMONE CREAM OR LOTION N.thinf balls* • youthful spirit n much •• tima-worn skin. BEAUTY PLUS givas i naw look of youth to dull dry skin prona to lints and wrinklas. Contains tstrogsnlc hormonss whi'ch art absorbed locally into tho skin. BEAUTY PLUS softtns, cushions, moliturias whilt acting to "plump" tha skin and randar Unas and wrinkles lass conspicuous. Try BEAUTY PLUS at l/Z Pfica on hands and albows is a night craam or foundation and katp your sacrat safa. BEAUTY PLUS Mormons Lotion 4o*.rt|.$3.50 MM only $1.71 BEAUTY PLUS Hormone Cream 4 oz. rag. $5.00 now only $2.50 kalpmfo! We Are Celebrating Our 10 th Anniversary With Four Weeks of Special Values and FREE Prizes! Four Individual Drawings Merchandise Total Value of 500 00 Nothing to buy Just register each week. For Nationally Famous Blouses—Skirts Sweaters—Slax Dresses—Knits Sportswear Accessories and Lingerie DRAWINGS Saturday Oct. 12th Saturday Oct. 19th Saturday Oct. 26th Saturday Nov. 2nd You Need Not Be Present At Drawing. Winners Will Be Notified end list Published. Be Sure To Include Your Size On lech Reflistretien. 4-DAY SPECIALS! IMPORTED MOHAIR SWEATERS Just 24 Slipons. Right out of stock. While they lost! NEW FALL $ Wools, Corduroy & some Cottons. All from regular stock. 579" NYLON HOODED ZIP JACKETS The rage of the season in New Fall Shades such as Cranberry, Laden and Navy. FIRST DRAWING SATURDAY, OCT, 12th 15 Prises—Total value $100.00 i

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