Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 5
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 15, 1963
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News Notes Of Kirk wood KlRKWOOt) - Larry Dickey and Miss Pamela Duncan of Macomb were Wednesday call, ers in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Hancock. They were accompanied back to Macomb by Larry 's grandparents and Hancock will visit a few days in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dickey, and Mrs. Hancock and grandson Gary Dickey left Thursday by train for Brookfield, Mo. They will visit Mrs. Hancock's brother, Kimel Tibbs, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Guthrie, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Liebhart and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faught. George Baxter was in Bloomington Oct. 7 to attend the annual meeting of the Department Council, Patriarch Militant, and also the ceremony of the decoration of chivalry. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Best of Sandusky, Ohio, were recent visitors in the home of his mother, Mrs. Cora Best. Mrs. Lucille Poling, Mrs. Hazel D. Dean, and Mrs. Loretta Strong attended the Rebekah meeting in Carman Wednesday evening, Oct. 9. Mrs. Strong was Mrs. Hazel Frank's guest officer. Hugh Gilmore of Citronelle, Ala., had been in Kirkwood looking after his farming interests in this vicinity. He recently returned to his home. While in Kirkwood, Gilmore called on his friends, Mrs. Lelah Norman and Mrs. Ruth Rawson. SIDE GLANCES By GUI Fox Kirkivood Scouts Investiture Ceremony Held KIRKWOOD — The Brownie Scout meeting was held Oct. 9 at the Woman's Club Building. Seventeen girls were present with their leaders, Mrs. Sharon Scott and Mrs. Anna Ortery. In the flag ceremony Wanda Scott was flagbearer. Color- guards were Deborah Speer and Deborah Lovell. Mrs. Sybella Walters accompanied group singing. Investiture ceremony was held outdoors. The mothers and Brownies who were already members, had prepared a mirror to resemble a pool for the new girls to look into during this service. During the "knock on the door" part of the ceremony, each of the 11 girls who were joining the troop, was asked why they wanted to be a Brownie. The following is a list of the girls who had a part in this service and are now members of the Brownie troop: Susan Allen, Janice Breuer, Sabrina Hayes, Mary Ann Lauver, Elaine Lefler, Deann Poulson, Penny Powell, Carolyn Rothzen, Laurel Stegall, E d a h Lee Vice and Kim Walters. Vickie Bolander is also becoming a new member of the group. The girls were presented their Brownie books and took their projects home they had been working on. Deborah Lovell furnished refreshments. Get Set for Homecoming \1< SUITS LOOK! Blaiar lulit in black, « r • • n. charcoal and Blua-Oliva. 00 up •port Coati From 125.00 "The only thing we've bought new in the last 10 yeart that we didn't have to assemble was that cocker spaniel!" Maquon Club Celebrates 58th Year MAQUON - The Illini Club was 58 years old Oct. 5, so Founders Day was observed Thursday evening by the club when it met at the Methodist Church social rooms. Mrs. Floyd Mathews, president, extended greetings to members and guests. Mrs. Harriett Simkins of Peoria and Mrs. Grace Morgan, both past presidents of the club, were guests, and sang the club collect, accompanied by Mrs. Ira Moats. Mrs. Moats gave a history of the club, which also had men as members. Mrs. Gene Strode projected color slides of the many places she visited in Rome, Italy, Riviera in France, and Monaco, a year ago. The serving table was centered with a birthday cake, made and decorated by Miss Addie Halsey. A doll dressed as a clubwoman holding a banner, inscribed Illini 1905-1963, topped the c a k e. Mrs. Mathews and Mrs. Moats poured. "aalatburfa Ityla Canter* H So. Seminary St. Gerlaw Student Joins Fraternity At University GERLAW — Irvin Lipp has been pledged to the Farm House Fraternity at the University of Illinois. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lipp. His sister Deanna is a senior at the university. Mr. and Mrs. John Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Don Brasleton, Marcia, Susan and Ronnie attended the wedding of Miss Donna McGraw Sept. 29 at the Grace Methodist Church in Davenport. She is a relative of the family. John Ailes and daughter Betty Ann of East Moline recently called on his sister, Mrs. Frank Rohr and niece, Mrs. William R. Johnson. The Gerlaw chicken pie supper has been set for Nov. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Neil McCrery and Doug attended their supper club Oct. 5 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Martin of Little York. JftCOBY ON BRIDGE Defenders Make Bid Look Good By OSWALD JACOBY Newspaper Enterprise Assn. North's two heart bid was ambitious and his three no-trump call really suicidal. He had no reason to suppose that his partner would be able to make game and every reason to feel that he was already too high at two no-trump. NORTH 15 48S4 •/ AK76 • 43 + K1088 WEST EAST AAJ1078 A32 VQ43 VJ1052 • A Q 8 • J10 9 a >72 *Q843 SOUTH (D) 4KQ9 V98 • K87 52 *AJ5 No one vulnerable Sonth Wert North But 1 • 14 2 V Pass 2N.T. Pass 8N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening- lead— 4 J Place a large tray near the board to hold small items after ironing. Then carry these to drawers and shelves on one trip. EL CAP!TAN Galesburg to Los Angeles —NO TAX All meals only $8 Fortunately for North everything turned out roses because West managed to misdefend the hand to the limit. As John Brown points out, he guarded the child so carefully that eventually it died of anemia. South won the jack of spades opening with the queen and led a heart to dummy's king. His next play was a low club to his jack whereupon he cashed his ace and dummy's king of clubs. West had to make a discard and he started his campaign to help South by letting the six of diamonds go. South led dummy's three of diamonds and played low from his own hand. West was in with the queen and a simple play to set the hand two tricks would be to play ace and another spade. The queen of hearts lead would have been even more effective and could have led to a three trick set, but West wasn't going to try any of those winning plays. He went into a long huddle and eventually came up with the one losing play at his disposal. He led his low heart! South won in dummy, played a low diamond and ducked- West took his ace, cashed his queen of hearts and finally had to lead a spade. This let South in to make his remaining diamonds. Oquawka OES Holds Session OQUAWKA - The Oquawka Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, met at the Masonic Hall Oct. 7 with Louise Dennison, worthy matron, and Leman Dennison, worthy patron, presiding in the East. Esther Anderson announced that she will serve as Adah for advance night at Santa Mary chapter in Stronghurst Oct. 30. Letha Palmer, instructor from Knoxville, told about the Grand chapter session in Chicago recently. N. Henderson PTA Heai-s State Trooper NORTH HENDERSON—North Henderson Grade School PTA held a meeting Tuesday, f he meeting began with a flag ceremony conducted by Cub Scout Troop 421 and the Brownie Scout Troop 464. A session of group singing followed with Mrs. Ruth Johanson at the piano and Mary Louise Maloney as leader. Mrs. Richard McCaw called the business meeting to order and received the secretary's report and a report of PTA Council meeting Oct. 8 at Aledo. Mrs. Robert Purlee of North Henderson, was elected district PTA chairman. Mrs. Sam Swanson, chairman of the ways and means commit­ tee, reported on the recent I c e cream social which cleared $230. Susan Miller was congratulated for selling the most tickets. The meeting directed the school to obtain a new scale which had been requested by the school nurse. Room count was won by room one, first and second grades. Mrs. Ruth Johanson is teacher of the room. Jack Carlton, state trooper from Joliet, gave a talk, "Safety Is a Full-Time Job." "Doorways to Better Understanding" will be the theme of the next meeting Nov. 12. The program will be given by George Zarcoff, District 40 superintendent of schools. Remove hard water stains from aluminum appliance interiors with a soap pad or by heating two tablespoons of cream of tartar, to one quart of water. Golesbura Register-Moil, Golesburg, Direct Interest In City DAYTON, Ohio (AP)-As any other property owner, the church has direct interest in city planning, the National Catholic Welfare Council's assistant social action director says. The assistant director, the Rev. John F. Cronin, said during a conference at the University of Dayton that the church has two Tuesday, Oct. 15, 1963 5. WHY )t s zestful change in the daily menu? READ THE WANT ADS! stakes in urban planning: "One is human values, obviously involved in slums, and other inner- city problems; then as any other property owner." Msgr. George G. Higgins, di­ rector of the NCWC's social «• tion department, said the church must "make sure that city planning is not just a technical monstrosity that disregards the human element." See Hendrik Bruns World Renowned Champion Glass Blower of Europe NOW THROUGH SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 10 A.M. 'til 5 P.M. Except 'Til 9 P.M. Friday 319 E. MAIN Phona 343-9154 •••xX'< •flit 1 mm ^4 $ it - < & ~ * % - - 4 4 Fidelity Federal's Home Loan Specialists Are YOUR GUARANTEE OF PRACTICAL HOME FINANCING It takes creative men, well educated and experienced in real estate and home financing, to design practical home loans to fit individual needs. \- CM Ui a > cc ill 5 X ORT Z • • • • • • • • t • • • •' [.'tft .vlvl 'jyt't 'if FIOfUTY FEDERAL ftUllDIN? 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