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8 Ggjesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Monday, Oct. 14, 1963 Mrs. John Moreland Receives Pitt . . . tcer "A steady fire that burns in each breast is patriotism, a fact that should be instilled in each American adult and child. We can show it every day of our lives repaying our ancestors who gave their lives for our country. "What do we have to defend now? We have freedom of speech, religion, work and education and we must fight to keep it so. Be a loyal patriotic citizen." So spoke Mrs. H. C. Warner, president general of Illinois to Rebecca Parke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution Saturday, meeting at the chapter house on North Chambers Street. Mrs. Warner was introduced by Mrs. Ray Johnston, chairman of national defense. Mrs. C. A. Teagarden, re­ gent, presented a 50-year award pin to Mrs. John R. M o r e 1 a n d, mentioning the many offices Mrs. Moreland had held over the years in the chapter. Mrs. Moreland responded. The regent welcomed Mrs. F. V. McCoy as a new member. Guests included Mrs. Glenn Castle, regent of the Abingdon chapter, Mrs. S. H. Fiedler, Miss Lucy Finley, Mrs. John Rawles, from Los Angeles, Calif., and Ann Eddy, granddaughter of Mrs. Moreland and a member of the CAR. Presents Selections Mrs. Bernadine Douglas, chairman of American music, introduced soloist, Miss Carol Frankhauser, who gave as her selections, "Green Pastures" and "A Home in the Meadow." Mrs. Douglas was the accompanist. Mrs. Moreland and Mrs. L. C. Hazen were given serving honors at the tea table, centered with a bowl of red Brownell roses grown in the Ewan garden. Tea co-chairmen were the Misses Caroline and Ruth Ewan, assisted by Miss Marion Ward, Mrs. P. 0. Higgins and Mrs. H. L. Dunn. Announcement was made of the radio program "Wake Up, America" which is being shown every Sunday at 9 o'clock in the morning over WRAM, the Monmouth station. Members were reminded that at the November meeting, clothing and Christmas gifts are to be brought for the DAR schools. ^omen's Vat&t Convention Host, Galesburg Chapters president flrom Cant on Miss Carolyn Cox (left foreground) of Canton and Miss Jeanne Phillips International Council second vice president, Kansas City, Kan., assist each other with their corsages before the banquet Saturday evening at the Custer Inn. Pictured from left to right in the background are Mrs. Rodney Rickords, Mrs. Kenneth Johnson and Mrs. Vincent Mooney. , The banquet marked the Saturday evening event for the 154 delegates attending the 15th annual state convention of the Epsilon Sigma Alpha in Galesburg this weekend. Miss Cox was installed later as state president. Hosts for the convention were Alpha Mu and Gamma Chi, Galesburg chapters. Receive Pins Taking part in the jewel pin ceremony, conducted by Mrs. Ray Buente of Granite City, a past president, were four members with two, Mrs. William Wise, Mrs. Robert Morgan, Gamma Chi, from Galesburg, receiving their pins. Receiving 10 year pins were 12 women at a ceremony conducted by Mrs. Pat Hefren, past state president, former resident and member of Alpha Mu chapter, now of Beaumont, 20 % SAVE UP TO ON ENTIRE STOCK OF Winter Dresses Winter Coats Skirts - Slacks During Our Big HARVESTSALE NOW thru SATURDAY, OCT. 19 EXTRA SPECIAL! Dresses $5 and $|0 Regularly to $15 EXTRA SPECIAL! Sweaters $g88 Regularly to $29.95 Tex., Mrs. Lloyd Hayes of Gamma Chi and Mrs. George Frey of Alpha Mu received their ten year pins. Mrs. Fred Emery, Mrs. Paul Randell, Miss Dottie Hertel, all of Alpha Mu, and Mrs. Onalee Hagan, Peoria, received their 15 year pins. Miss Phillips conducted this ceremony. Mrs. Ralph Ramsey, Wichita, Kan., international council treasurer, conducted the installation ceremonies for the officers. Mrs. Thomas Meyer, Gamma Chi, will serve on the nominating committee. Mrs. Phillip Crouch presented the "It" Girl candidates. Mrs. William Albers of Granite City received the award, with Mrs. William Anderson of Bloomington, last year's outstanding girl, presenting the crown. Among the awards presented was one by Willard Obley representing the Illinois Heart Association to Mrs. Vincent Mooney, Alpha Mu, in recognition for time spent on heart projects. Gamma Chi received first place in the yearbook presentation, and third place in history. At the Friday evening's mixer party Mrs. Thomas Meyer served as narrator. Models for the flapper dress show included Mrs. Robert Fensterer, Mrs. Donald Stansell, Mrs. George Pincklev, Mrs. Marvin Schoot, Mrs. Richard Sandborg, Mrs. Lloyd Hayes, Miss Cindy Crouch and Mrs. Jack Anderson. Saturday and Sunday sessions were devoted to general meetings and workshops. The 1964 convention will be in Quincy. Sweet Adelines Receive Charter BSP Chapter IMans Hush Parly Miss Mary Collins, president, conducted last week's meeting of Phi Alpha Nn Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi in the home of Mrs. Robert Hoffman, 1167 S. Chambers St. when plans were discussed for a fall rush party. Guests present during the evening were Miss Susan Johnson, Miss Virginia Ulavege, and Miss Phyllis Lutrell. At the conclusion of the meeting Mrs. Hoffman served refreshments. Gold chains link fashion. Watch for them on hat bands, circling collars of coats and as gold tudor belts for day and evening. GALESBURG CHAPTER of Sweet Adelines Inc., formally received their charter at a party Sunday at the First Christian Church. Pictured above as they examine the charter are Mrs. Howard Tollcy (left) and Mrs. James Macdonald, president and director, respectively. Guests were present from Burlington, Joliet, Mount Pleasant, Iowa, and the Quad Cities Chapter. "The chapter is regitsered in the International Organization and it and its members, unfettered and unrestrained, may now harmonize at any time, —," states the charter received by the Galesburg Chapter of Sweed Adelines, at the charter party Sunday afternoon at the First' Christian Church Miss Martie Haden, regent of the North Central Region Number 3, presented the framed charter to Mrs. Howard Tolley, president, saying she was greatly impressed with the accomplishments of the new chapter. Miss Haden is a member of a Chicago prize winning quartet. Sweet Adeline guests included 17 from Burlington, 2 from Joliet, 1 from Mount Pleasant, Iowa, and 23 from the Quad Cities chapter. Mrs. Esther Deweese, council representative, introduced the regional officers, Miss Haden, Mrs. Ruth Deibler, secretary, both of whom are members of the Concordial chapter, and Miss Ardith Orr, from Davenport, who is the editor of the "Re-Chord-er," the regional newsletter. Mrs. Robert Hedden, quartet promotion chairman, introduced the visiting quartets, the Quad Cities Heptachords, regional novice winners; The Burlington Belles; the Quartet of Burlington; and the Pixie Chords, each of whom performed, singing two songs including "Way down by the Riverside," "Roll on Mississippi, Roll On," future deride . . . "So Tired," Baby and Mother," "Bye Bye Blues," "Side by Side." The Pixie Chords, a 10 year old girls quartet, from the Quad Cities were in red and white outfits. The little singers are Bonnie Hess, Christine Kedrowski and Lynne and Paula Heinze. Present Songs Galesburg's registered quartet, the Melody Mrs., Mrs. Donald Gossick, Mrs. Owen Buck, Mrs. Howard Tolley and Mrs. W. M. Davison, sang "Hello Broadway" and "Yes Sir, That's My Baby" for the guests. And the comic quartet, the Psycho-ceramics, Mrs. Donald Rees, Mrs. Robert Frank, Miss Elaine Metzger and Miss Audrene Rayer sang words descriptive of rehearsal sessions written by Miss Rayer to the tune of "Old MacDonald." The Galesburg chorus sang greetings to their visitors, also "Wait till the Sun Shines Nellie," "My Evaline," "After Dark" and "My Country." Mrs. Tolley introduced the committee chairmen, Mrs. James Macdonald, program; Mrs. Willard Carroll and Mrs. Carl Berntson, tea table; Mrs. Maurice Cox, decorations; Miss Harriet L. Aberg, publicity; Miss Rayer, name tags; Mrs.. DeWeese, welcoming; Mrs. Miss Dona Durbin The approaching marriage of Miss Dona Durbin to Richard McCutcheon of near Galesburg is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Durbin, 203 Arnold Street. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday, Oct. 19 at the Bethel Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the reception following the wedding at the home of the bride-elect's parents, 203 Arnold St., at 8 o'clock in the evening. Assisted at Reception In clfarge of the guest book at last week's wedding of Miss Connie Shinn and Marshall Poland at Abingdon Christian Church was Mrs. John Ray of Maquon. Arranging gifts were Miss Rosemary Graham, East Moline; Miss Sandra Boelkes, Galesburg; Miss Barbara Bland, Rio, and Mrs. Margaret Bowton, Abingdon. The bride's cousin, Johnnie Shinn, was ringbearer. (Continued on page 17) About People And Places... Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sullivan of 568 S. West St., have returned from a vacation trip to Havelock, N. G, where they visited in the home of Capt. and Mrs. John H. James. Mrs. James is Mrs. Sullivan's niece and Capt. James is stationed at the Cherry Point Marine Corps Air Station, nearby Havelock. They also visited with Mrs. Sullivan's sister - in - law, Mrs. Thomas Houlihan, who resides with her daughter and family. WJJin, Gtapei Repeating wedding promises in the Maxey Chapel, near Knoxville, at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon were Miss Marilyn Delores Gibson and Larry F. Carlson. The ceremony was solemnized at 3 o'clock as Rev. Kenneth W. Young read the double ring ceremony. Soloist was Miss Kathy Howland, the bride's cousin, who was accompanied by Miss Sue Perschnick at the organ console. Both are of Galesburg. Miss Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gibson Jr. of near Knoxville, was gowned in satin peau de soie gown as she walked with her father to the altar of the church. Reembroid- ered Alencon lace trimmed the bodice, having a sweetheart neckline and three-quarter sleeves, and the front of the bell shaped skirt, forming a chapel train. Silk illusion veiling was caught to a waxed orange blossom headpiece. Her flowers were a crescent cascade of Frenched white chrysanthemums, chartreuse sweetheart roses, centered with phal- aenopsis orchids. Is Best Man Serving as best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Carlson, 3222 E. North St. Knoxville, was Rod Godsil of Knoxville, cousin of the bridegroom. Guests were seated by Howard Gibson, the bride's brother, and Ray Godsil of Knoxville and Couple £lxdianae p. romi6e& (Continued on page 17) for fall STYLING We've a permanent perfect for you! Style is our Specialty — Skillful hands create a style in the "Romantic Mood" . . . Just for you. AT BUDGET PRICES Budget Wave $ 5 PROTEIN WAVES $10 & up Ph. 349-3112 Mr. and Mrs. Larry F. Carlson (Miss Marilyn Gibson) Walking down the processional aisle with her father, who gave her in marriage, Miss Jeanette Elaine Brown became the bride of Gayle W. Potts of Oneida Sunday afternoon at First Methodist Church. Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman read the double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Brown, 1337 W. Losey St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ozro J. Potts of Oneida. As Mrs. Harry Neave, organist, presented the prelude guests were seated by Ronald L. Brown, brother of the bride and Gary Pittard, the bridegroom's cousin. Rolland G. Potts, another brother of the bride was best man and groomsman was Gary L. Nesbitt. Miss Joan Potts, Oneida, the bridegroom's sister as maid of honor and Miss JoAnn Bailey, bridesmaid, wore lavender satin brocade sheath dresses with bouffant overskirts of brocade. Lavender cabbage rose hats held their matching nose veils and they had white lace gloves. They carried ripple bouquets of white carnations. A tiara of seed pearls and sequins held the imported illusion veiling which misted about the shoulders of the bride's chantilly lace and ny- Jim Carlson, Lockport, cousins of the bridegroom. Miss Phyllis Barnahill of East Galesburg, maid of honor, selected a yonder blue taffeta dress for the wedding. Designed with a scooped neckline and bracelet sleeves, the dress' bell shaped skirt was tufted with matching pearl beads. Circular veiling was caught to a horsehair braid tiara trimmed with crystals and pearls. Her flowers were chartreuse fuji mums (Continued on page 17) Mr. and Mrs. Gayle W. Potti (Miss Jeanette Brown) 0 amonze Your Fall Wardrobe with the KNOX Professional Cleaning Last year's wardrobe will take on a new look, colors appear brighter and livelier, and you can be ever proud of your well groomed appearance. Only a professional cleaner can bring out the best in your clothing. Call the KNOX today for free pick up and delivery or stop at our convenient downtown location. IN f AKHl l AH[ LAUNDRY-DRY CLEANERS 332 E. F«rri« St. Phon. 343-9119

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