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.14 6o (esbura Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Wednesday, Oct?, 1963 Attend Conclave The District 4 meeting of hos* pital administrators and mem* bers of auxiliaries, of which Galesburg Cottage Hospital and St. Mary's Hospital are members, was held in Macomb at the Country Club on Tuesday. Attending were Miss Ann Weinmann, president of Cottage Hospital Guild, Mrs. Mitchell Hudman, president of St. Mary'* Auxiliary, Mrs. Elgin Griffith, Mrs. Bryce Landon, Mrs. L. P. Mattson, Mrs. T. F, Marry, Mrs. H. J. Burke, all of Galesburg, and Mrs. Frank Shank of Abingdon. After a coffee hour a business meeting was conducted at which time reports of activities were read by the presidents of the auxiliaries and ideas exchanged. Luncheon was served in the dining room of the club. Sgt. Earl Smith of the Illinois State Police and Dr. Donald Dex- 8 and 40 Delegates Attend Fall Pouvoir Mrs. Kermit Brown, chapeau, headed the delegation of seven partners from Knox County Salon 8 and 40 attending the Fall Pouvoir of the Eight and Forty Saturday and Sunday at the Morrison Hotel in Chicago. A banquet and style show Saturday evening preceded the general meetings on Sunday. At the Sunday meeting, nurses scholarship chairman, Mrs. Myrtle Glasgow of Decatur, asked each Salon to donate at least 128 to try to keep Illinois leading the list of states. For the past three years Departmental d'llli- nois has received the National trophy for contributing the most of any state to the Nurses' Scholarship Fund. Any graduate nurse, wishing to further her education in the field of tuberculosis may obtain an application for a thousand dollar scholarship from the American Legion Education and Scholarship Program, Box 1055, Indianapolis 6, Ind. Mrs. Clyde Warren, Nationale Pouvoir member, brought Illinois another distinction. At the Marche in Miami, Fla., she was awarded the Helen Butler trophy for installing the first Salon last year in the United States. This Salon is Fulton County 702, whose Chapeau is Mrs. Earl Dixon, Farmington. Mrs. Clarence Kates, chief welfare chairman, presented a token of promotion to the Salons which had fulfilled the "Shine on Harvest Moon Drive," by send ing stuffed toys and clothing to Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium. The obligations for Mie "Happy Birthday Drive'* now in progress are to contribute to special projects for cystic fibrosis, to the Child Welfare Foundation of the American Legion and to National Jewish Hospital. Following a luncheon, Mrs. Donald Williams, president of the Chicago Chapter of the National Cystic Fibrosis Research Founda tion spoke of the great need for research to find a cure for cystic fibrosis. Partners were urged to fulfill their obligation by helping with the TB drive. Knox County Salon members are being asked to call Mrs. Alan Cheesman. Departmental d' Illinois accept' ed an invitation from Knox Coun ty for Spring Pouvoir to be held in Galesburg. WIltlNOTON RINO IW.00 Easy Terms ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. Main Mrs. Deane Berensen Presents Program for Fine Arts Committee Mrs. Deane Berensen presented the program for the Fine Arts Committee of the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club at the Tuesday evening meeting when the group met at the home of Mrs Robert Wolfe, 793 N. Prairie St Mrs. Berensen demonstrated types of rug hooking which she had designed as well as a purse made of the same rug hooking. Included in her program was a display of her sculpture and ceramic pieces. In conclusion she told of the techniques of design for these pieces. Beauty Salon Balcony for outdoor, casual living . . . You'll want to match your mood with a casual, manageable hairstyle. 17 .50 Cold Wave Plus Shampoo, Cut & Set 865 Complete Haircut 1.00 Budget Wave 4 .95* 'NORMAL HAIR ONLY • No Appointment Necessary • Use Your Charge Account A Fashion Treu Wig ts an "instant" beauty aid. Stop in end lee our selection soon. Priced from 79.95 ter presented the program OA the topic, "Crash Caper," concerning accidents. The spring meeting of the dis* trict which consists of 13 hospitals, will be in Geneseo. Honored at Birthday Dinner Mrs. Cora Dawson, 15S Illinois Ave., was honored at a birthday dinner Sunday in the home of her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mn. Howard Dawson, 124 Indiana Ave. The occasion was to note her 72nd birthday anniversary. Guests included her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dawson, her grandson's children, Rhonda, Dawn and Steven Lee Dawson and Mr, and Mrs. Elvin McFarling. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Dawson as she blew out the candles on the birthday cake. The honoree received cards and gifts. Tiftmiv Hardine Honored on Second Birthday Timmy Hardine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hardine, 009 Day St., was honored at a birthday party Saturday on his sec- onl birthday anniversary. Among those present were his grandparents, Mrs. Hannah Green, Rio, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hardine, of Galesburg. Other guests included Mrs. Harvey Leafgreen and Billy, Rio; Mrs. Tom Milan, Tommy and Becky, Mrs. Bruce Stuart, Jimmie and Julie, Mrs. Larry Inman and Scott, Mrs. Kenneth Eaton, Mark, Gail, Susie and Susan and Jimmy Hardine, all of Galesburg. Use a whisk of spray-on starch for organdy and sheer linen items that are difficult to iron because the fabric dries too quickly. ~>$dd $oohs to lite <J&brarij ^Iteit T veA The following new books have been received at the Galesburg Public Library. Adult SUPREME COURT, by Andrew Tully. This novel tells of a man of conscience caught in the machinery of the democratic proo ess, and gives one a fascinating and knowing look at the tensions and pressures, the powers, per sonalities and politics behind the scenes of the country's highest tribunal. THE SCENT OF WATER, by Elizabeth Goudgc Mary Lindsay, one of Miss Goudge's most memorable characters, is the mature, attractive woman who returns to the village of her childhood and becomes an important part of the lives of the people there. PEOPLE OF THE FOREST, by Hans Lidman. In this book by a well-known Swedish naturalist and photographer are wonderful photographs, accompanied by the author's own interpretation of the forest world. GUESS WHOSE HAIR I'M WEARING, by Hildegarde Dolson. This is a group of humorous essays—the adventures of an off- and-on-blonde, and the rollicking times she had in all sorts of situations. CATHERINE de MEDICI, by Jean Heritier. It is the author's contention that Catherine" de Medici was a great Queen of France. This is an unforgettable portrait of an impoverished, orphaned daughter of the Medici who became one of the most powerful characters in sixteenth century Europe. WITH MURDER IN MIND, by Jon Roffman. Four people were closing in on Edward Hammond with murder growing in their minds in this mystery set in England. THE DISTANT CLUE, by Richard and Frances Lockridge. Captain Heimlich can't see the killer for the clues in this new Lockridge mystery set in New York State. Juvenile MY SISTER AND I, by Helen E. Buckley. The many reasons it is so nice to have a sister are told in this story that has a family theme. INSECTS ARE WHERE YOU FIND THEM, by Helen D. Tee- Van. The simple written text of this book on insects is generously illustrated with detailed drawings that will increase its usefulness to the young person interested in nature. PIG IN THE PARLOR, by Judy Varga. When the pig that Mary Jane won at the fair got too big for the laundry basket, her family had to think of a way to keep Percy the pig in the parlor. BOTTS, THE NAUGHTY OTTER, by Don Freeman. Botts was too frisky, and when he went to visit the beavers across the pond and they left their work to play with him, he caused all kinds of trouble. LITTLE HAWAIIAN HORSE, by Wilma P. Hays. Little Keola Maka was allowed to pick a horse for himself the day of the horse roundup at the Parker ranch, and only he was pleased with his choice, but the little gray horse later proved Keola was right. ALMOST LIKE SISTERS, by Betty Cavanna. Victoria had spent 17 years in the shadow of her beautiful young mother, and she finally went to Boston and there won her struggle to attain judgment and maturity. THE MYSTERY OF THE MISSING MONKEY, by John F. Carson. Joe's father was director of the zoo and when Cappy, a young monkey, arrives a series of mystifying and frightening events take place. THE TWO-ONE-TWO ATTACK, by Wilfred McCormick. The story of young Fritz, a boy the town dislikes because of his father, provides the background for a story of basketball at its dramatic best. DAVEY'S FIRST BOAT, by Leonard Shortall. Davey is taught to tie a square knot and all the rules to follow around a boat, after Mr. Dooley has to rescue him in the middle of the lake. THEY LIVED IN THE WHITE HOUSE, by Frances Cavanah. With pain-staking research, the author has brought together stories of children in the White House and through the eyes of these children, we get new perspective on some of the great men and great events in the history of our nation. COURT CLOWN, by John F. Cafson. This is the story of a little red-haired fellow who acted the clown, and how he settled down to help bring a championship to a small midwestern town wild about basketball. THE LITTLE TUMBLER, by Eleanor Lattimore. Set in China, this book tells of a little lost boy who could do tricks, and who joined a group of acrobats and in Peking finally learned the secret of his past. WHERE THE SHARK WAITS, by Philip Haskins. A teen-age boy has several exciting encounters with sharks while skin-diving in the ocean off California and Mexico. ANDY AND THE RUNAWAY HORSE, by Catherine Woolley. The small children will be amused and delighted with this story about little Andy and how he stopped the horre that ran away. DUGOUT TYCOON, by Jackson Volney Scholz. Danny was a fifty-thousand-dollar bonus baby for the Wolverines. He saw plenty of baseball action and also found excitement investing his bonus in the stock market. GINNIE AND HER JUNIORS, by Catherine Woolley. Ginnie wanted to earn money for Christmas and she started a day nursery. The story of the situations in' which she found herself is funny and unusual. THE FRIGHTENED WHISPER, by Helen Girvan. There are thefts, the disappearance of a valuable letter and a blackmail threat in this mystery that takes place in a Connecticut boarding school. SISTER OF THE BRIDE, by Beverly Cleary. Barbara's eight een- year -old sister is getting married and the household is in a turmoil, and the coming wed ding gives Barbara some ideas about going steady with her young boy friends. Entertains Club JOH Club members were en tertained at the home of Mrs James Howland, 43 Division St. on Tuesday. Bunco was played with prizes won by Mrs. Fred Kelly, high, Mrs. Alfred Hayden traveling, Mrs. Marshall How land, second, and Mrs. Peter Figle, low. Mrs. A. Treadway was a guest worried about age? here** truth about hormones for face, heck and hand* NEW YORK (Special):—Resm. have been written about hormones. Will they make women of 75 look 16 again? Absolutely not. Will they make women of (0 feel like tbey were 20 again? To know the troth about hormones you need to learn just two aimple facta: (1) The beauty of a woman's akin starts breaking down as signs of age begin, because the female organa fail to supply enough estrogenic hormones to feed the akin—less and less aa you grow older. (2) Estrogenic hormones can be supplied to the skin by rubbing on a penetrating formula con. taining the hormones. Here is a test reported in a sci entific journal, one of many that showed similarly sensational re aults: Twenty-five women applied hormones to one side of the face and neck, and to one hand. On the other side and the other hand, a similar preparation containing no hormones was applied the same way. These are the reports in simple words: Skin lines (or dry-skin wrinkles) quickly dimmed or disappeared from sight as creases and hollows filled out. Blotches and "old-age freckles" faded on bands, face and neck. 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You may obtain Hormones: Beauty Serum at: J/. emiine mine Sltoidd $e ^aslt loname tie By MARTHA COLE WASHINGTON (At 5 ) - The Post Office Department had a hemline problem this year. But with the speed of its ZIP code, It deftly sidestepped any fashion controversy and decreed its women letter carriers didn't have to abide by regulations for skirts 13 inches from the floor. "We said they may dress in whatever the hem style is — we don't want them to be out of fashion," one official explained it. It was only a flurry, but it pointed up something new in the vastness of the U.S. mail system — more and more women are becoming interested In being letter carriers. The latest count shows 154 female letter carriers in cities across the country. That's only one-thousandth of 1 per cent of the 150,000 city carriers. But last year there were only 115 skirted postmen. Postal authorities here think perhaps that recent stories in newspapers about cities hiring their first women letter carriers stirred the female fancy. That's fine with the Post Office Department. "We have IVJ domination as long as they're physically able to do the Job; we have no standards based on sex," one official said. Women letter carriers make the same salary as men — $4,565 to $6,325 a year. They take the same examinations, and in some regions this means ability to drive a truck, too. The women have to carry mail bags weighing up to 35 pounds, just like the men. Letter carriers generally' wear out two or three pairs of good shoes a year. The Post Office Department doesn't tell the worn* en what kind of shoes to wear, It lets them find out. Both men and women get $105 a year allowance for uniforms. A lady carrier's jacket is similar to the man's but is "to be modified to the extent necessary for properly fitting the female employe," according to postal regulations. Grand Officer Is Guest of Honor Mrs. George Thompson, grand officer, Aurora, was the visitor to the Auxiliary of the Order of Railway Conductors and Brakeman meeting Tuesday afternoon. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock in the Walnut Room of the American Beauty, after which a business meeting was held in the IOOF hall. Two candidates, Mrs. Forest Davis and Mrs. J. E. Marshall, were initiated by Mrs. Gale Field, president. A gift was presented by Mrs. Field to Mrs. Thompson, who responded. Auxiliary 15 is In Mrs. Thompson's field work. Next meeting will be announced. CLEARANCE Dark Fall Cottons DRESSES All remaining stock SPORTSWEAR Skirts, blouses, jackets, pants, bermudas 3 232 E. MAIN GALESBURG ~tfu£ 14 99 Sizes 4-11 AAAA to B J Black Calf J. J Patent Butter and Soft Leathers Touched With Magical Craftsmanship of Artisans , , , And Ohl They Feel So Good. FASilON BOOTERY

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