Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, October 15, 1963
Page 9
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Plan Jnstatt Golesburq Register-Moil, Golesbufq, HI. Tuesday, Oct, IS, 1963 JL House Mr. ami Mrs. David R. Goranson Sportswear O.T.V Strett Floor pace-setting dress shirt: elegantly tucked and tailored! 5.00 Mf. and Mrs. Dtvid R. Oor* •titbit, 401 N. Broad St., wfll ob- suite their SOth wadding innl* versify with an open house at their home on Saturday after* noon front M o'clock and in the evening from 7-9 o'clock. They were married in Chfca go on Oct. 18, Ills. They resided in the Chicago area for moat of their married life until moving to Galesburg in They have two children, Mrs. Lester (Gladys) Hedeen of Seattle, Wash, and Rev. Robert Goranson of Paris. Friends are invited to help them celebrate their golden anniversary. The couple request no gifts. Theme Is Poetry of Flowers Poetry of flowers was the theme of the Thursday meeting of the Galesburg Horticulture and Improvement Society when it met at the home of Mrs. Fred Molberg, 470 Irvin St. Mrs. Leo Hatten conducted the business meeting and read a paper on the calendula, the flower of the month, a native of the Mediterranean region. Both an annual and a perennial, it is noted for its medical qualities, being used in c e r t a i n drugs, Mrs. Hatten stated. Mrs. Myrtle Long discussed the propagation of the coleus. She also read a poem "October Song" written by the hostess. Mrs. Ralph Harig gave a demonstration for the group on flower arranging using both fresh and dried flowers for her work. Mrs. Molberg was assisted in serving by Mrs. Harig, Mrs. Clarence Hoi man and Mrs. Edith Watson. Connoisseur's choice . .impeccably detailed. French cuffs. 65% Dacron® polyester, 35% cotton. White, Pine, Willow, 30 to 38. Vary Indoor Ivy There are many "change-of- pace" ivies you can use to vary your green foliage plant color schemes. Favorites include the gray-green and white Glacier ivy and the mottled green and golden-yellow Gold Dust. Dress up your plant collection with these and many other variegated ivies, keeping them moderately cool and well-drained in porous red clay pots. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! and ju& pHauv Town & Country Shoes WISHBONE (medium heel) $12.99 VIP (high heel) $12.99 IN STRAWBERRY BRONZE GREY QUARTZ JET BLACK Mrs. Harold Herington (center) president of the Quint City Mothers of Twins Club, from Moline, was the installing officer when Mrs. Forrest Dexter (left) assumed the duties of president for the Mothers of Twins Club in Galesburg. Mrs. James Anderson (right) is the retiring president. The ceremony was conducted Monday evening when the group assembled at Holiday Inn for the banquet and meeting. The tables were decorated with gourds and cornucopias filled with straw flowers, which were later presented as prizes. Favors were filled trick or treat bags, and corsages were presented to all new and past officers. Serving with Mrs. Dexter will be Mrs. Charles Anderson, first vice president; Mrs. James Clevenger, second vice president; Mrs. George Barton, recording secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Whitsell, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Ardo Peterson, treasurer. Outgoing president Mrs. James Anderson read the charter and Mrs. Richard Wignall gave the prayer. Mrs. James Anderson presented certificates to all past officers and committee chairmen and charter certificates to Mrs. Charles Anderson, Mrs. Richard Wignall, Mrs. James Clevenger and Mrs. William Worden. Mrs. Dexter read an "Ode to Past Presidents" and presented Mrs. James Anderson with a past president's pin, who in return presented Mrs. Dexter a Robert's Rules of Order and a gavel for the club. Committee chairmen for the year will be Mrs. Charles Anderson, program; Mrs. John Gage, editor of Newsletter; Mrs. William Worden, historian- librarian; Mrs. Glen Youngren, publicity; Mrs. James Anderson, good cheer; Mrs. Roger Boland, budget-finance; Mrs. Eugene Meyers, chaplain; Mrs. Erwin Moeller, parliamentarian; Mrs. Jerry Hollingsworth, picnic; Mrs. Barry Huff, banquet place and Mrs. Dale Simpson, nominating. Mrs. Esther DeWeese presented organ music throughout the evening. Games were played with prizes won by Mrs. Harold Herington, Mrs. Willard Cain, Mrs. Esther DeWeese, Mrs. Forrest Dexter and Mrs. James Anderson.- The evening's prize, which was a centerpiece of fall flowers, was won by Mrs. Richard Edwards. Mrs. John Midland of the Quint Cities who is second vice ; president of State MOTC was a guest. Committee in charge of planning and decorating were Mrs. Roger Boland, chairman; Mrs. James Clevenger, Mrs. Lloyd Whitsell and Mrs. Willard Cain. Speaks To(Continued from page 8) sion during which a report was given of Mrs. Florence Miller's attendance at the Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs conference in Normal during the month of September. Mrs. Miller is vice president of the club. A display of magnolia leaves, grapes and goldenrod designed by Mrs. P. B. Palmer of Peoria, daughter of Mrs. C. A. Lieber, was used on the luncheon table at which Mrs. Reed and Mrs. J. R. Miller were given serving honors. Mrs. E. O, Morris, chairman, and co-chairman Mrs. Lieber, were hostesses assisted by Mrs. Fred Lovely, Mrs. O. D. Hutchison and Mrs. R. G. Mustain. Next meeting was announced as "fun day" and members were asked to bring their baby pictures to aid in the program being planned. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! WRC Initiates Two Candidates Twn candidates, Mrs. Marte Ramonaiand Mrs. Viol* Roll were WBICOIIIWJ as memDcrs or the James Shields Womsn'a Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic. This corps convened recently at the 100F Hall, with Mrs, Thomas Seplch presiding. Pro tern officers included Mrs. Bertha Rogers, Mrs. Hattie Gladfelter, Mrs. Richard Wilcoxen, Mrs. Frank Bell, Mrs. Roy Cruys and Mrs. Leo Haus* man. Committee reports were given by Mrs. Russell Faye, Mrs. Rogers, Mrs. Ed McCants, Mrs. Louise Pence and Mrs. C. E. Houghton. The auditing committee convened with Mrs. Leo Hausman and found the books to be correct. Members voted to present « flfg to the If A Chapter, Delegates to the district meeting at Lefto? Thursday will be Mrs. Hausman and Mrs, Olid* fetter. Members voted* to <J0n» tribute to the family whoso nome was recently MirneQ. Donations were made to the Department Child Welfare fund, $100; Department President's Project Veterans fund, $100, and to the scholarship fund, $50. Tag day was announced for Oct. 18-19, with headquarters at the Elks Club. Mrs. George Bro» gan is chairman. Date for the kitchen bazaar will be Nov. IS at the IOOF Hall. Numbered Socki Write size number of socks with indelible marking ink on toes* The child then can find his or her socks by the number, this also comes in handy for you in match* ing socks. EARLY AMERICAN is Hi SPACE SAVING May we show you? VICKROY'S HOUSE OF FINE FURNITURE Featuring ETHAN ALLEN EARLY AMERICAN 248 E. Simmons Galesburg waltz throughashday with these SPECIAL VAiUES! SPEED eW/Jlf WASHER If you want a dependable, "work horse" automatic — and at the same time save money — here's your machine. The mechanical design is the same as the highest priced Speed Queen models. You can depend on the same faithful, low cost service that built Speed Queen's reputation for dependability. This Model 54, with 12 lb. capacity tub, will give you more washer per dollar than any other machine in America today. You can prove it to yourself by merely making comparisons. Remember, it's what's inside that countsl $ 209 Exch. 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