Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 29
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 29

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
Page 29
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KNOXVILLE ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-0172 Club Observes Guest Day Witb Double Fashion Show KNOXVILLE - A style show of flowers and fashions was the theme for "Guest Day" for the Knoxville Senior Woman's Club Tuesday afternoon at the General Henry Knox room of the courthouse. A demonstration on making a winter bouquet was given by Mrs. Dale Henderson of the Knoxville Flower Shop. The bouquet was won in a contest by Mrs. Bertha Crozier. Hats from Kellogg-D r a k e and Co., Galesburg, were modeled by Mrs. Lester Martin, Mrs. Clarence Bennison, Mrs. Herbert Hutchcroft, Mrs. John Desollar, Mrs. James Donaldson, Mrs. L. W. Cramer, Mrs. Wesley Malcolm, Mrs. Dean Eack, Mrs. Harley Steele and Mrs. Imogene Butt. Mrs. John Clarke was the narrator with music by Mrs. Weldon Shreves. A hat was given as the door prize to Mrs. John Oberschlake. Mrs. H. P. Bagley, mental health chairman, gave a detailed report on mental health. The club will sponsor a ward at the Galesburg State Research Hospital at Christmas. As this was guest day, several guests included Mrs. Dale Henderson, Mrs. Bertha Crozier, Mrs. Iva Cecil, and Mrs. Ethel Bunker. Refreshments were served by the hostesses Mrs. Lillie McElwain, Mrs. Ruth Biddle, Mrs. Grace R u n y o n, Mrs. Charles Buckley and Mrs. Ralph Stone. Homcmakers Meet Mrs. Leonard Hedbloom was hostess to the Haw Creek Unit of the Homemaker's Extension Association for its October meeting. The major lesson "How Do You Rate as a Shopper" was given by Mrs. Lois Taylor. A discussion followed with each member participating. Mrs. James Walker, president, gave a brief summary of the annual meeting which several of the members attended. A dessert lunch was served by the hostess from a lace covered table with a centerpiece of fall colors. Mrs. Clarence Walker has invited the unit to her home for the November meeting. Club Elects New officers of the Appleton Spoon and Spool 4-H Club were elected at a meeting Monday night held at the Appleton School. Those elected were Kathy Mixer, president, Janice Johnson, vice president, Joanne Cochran, secretary, Pat Murphy, reporter, Christine Nichols, recorder, Margaret Shragal, program chairman. Council members are Rita Shragel and Janice Johnson. Five new members joined the club. County Recognition Day will be in Galesburg the first Saturday in November. Leaders are Mrs. Catherine Shragel and Mrs. Beverly Thurman. The next meeting will be a Christinas party in December. Return to Germany Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Fehrmann have returned to Germany for six months due tothe illness of his father. Fehrmann, a former resident of Galesburg was sponsored for five years by Mr. and Mrs. Howard Porter. Unit in Session Mrs. James Steele was host- 7th Birthday Celebrated by Henderson Lad HENDERSON - Jerry Blixt celebrated his seventh birthday Saturday at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Blixt with a party for some of his classmates. They played games and had refreshments. He received gifts. Guests were Lanny Hughey, Robin Eikor, Don Kenney, David Boettcher and Karen Puckett of Gales* burg. Wilbert E. Scott and son, Lome and his wife from Galesburg Route 1 moved into the James Carlson property Friday. The WSWS of Henderson Evangelical United Brethren Church was invited to be guests of the WSWS of Alexis Church Thursday. Those who attended were Mrs. Dorcas Smith of Knoxville, Mrs. lone Rhodes of Galesburg, Mrs. Zola Reed, Mrs. Oscar Nelson, Mrs. Stanley Nelson and Mrs. John Blixt. Gotesbura RegisterMoil, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 29 Fairview Guild Slates Project FAIRVIEW - The Guild for Christian Service will meet at the chapel at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 17. Members were asked to take unwrapped articles for the Christmas box. Rev. Bartel B y 1 s m a will preach Oct. 20 at the First Reformed Church of Paterson, N. J. of the Lutheran Church Monday night. Co-hostess was Mrs. Phil Eklund. Devotions were given by Mrs. Harold Fishel and Bible study by Mrs. Harold Nelson P -H M rs . Edwin Windish. Marvin Gustafson was named to conduct the nursery for church during the month of November. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Richard Johnson. Briefs Lucretia Leffingwell Chapter D.A.R. will meet with Mrs. Maurice Bjorling Friday at 7:30 p.m. The program will be on the American Indian by Mrs. L. W. Cramer. There will be an executive board meeting at 7:30 p.m. preceding the regular meeting BUSHNELL 620 W. Hurst St., Bushnell. Newi Mrs. B«n«rd firtllhUft Phone Bushnell 619 Lions Club Plans Project BUSHNELL—Bushnell Lions Club will sponsor candy day Friday as a benefit for club blind people activities. Club members will sell candy at the Bushnell-Prairie City homecoming parade Friday afternoon. Lions Week for the Visually Handicapped has been proclaimed by Gov. Kerner and the Bush-' nell Lions Club will be out in full force. The club will celebrate its annual candy day and raising funds with which the organization supports the Had* ley School for the Blind, Leader Dog School and other groups working to give blind and visually handicapped people more complete and independent lives, club officials observed. All Illinois Lions Clubs are considering additional ways in which to help the visually handicapped and attention is turning to the Illinois Society for the Prevention of Blindness. Half of all blindness is preventable and the preservation of sight not only avoids human suffering but is economically sound, the organization commented. Local candy day chairman is Jim Haynes. of the Knoxville High School ess to the Ruth Unit of L.C.W. P.T.A. Thursday night. Resume Studies Alan Crum, Dianne Harris and Diane Curtis have returned to their studies at Illinois State Normal, after spending the weekend with their respective parents. Reports on Hospital Bushnell Rotary Club held a dinner meeting at the Methodist Church Monday. Dr. J. B. Meloan, program chairman, introduced Rev. Henry Cox, who told of his work at the Kankakee State Hospital, where he served as chaplain. Visiting Rotarians were L. R. Carr, Robert Barclay, John Roberts and Robert Yeast, of Macomb, and John Kinder of Abingdon. Richard Jorstall of Chicago was a guest of Bob Walton. Entre Nous Club met Monday for a wiener roast at the home of the president, Mrs. Billie Clayton. New members are Mrs. Connie Aten and Mrs. Helen Brillhart. It was voted to donate $7,50 to the Recreation Center drive. Mrs. Martha Cotter, Mrs. Dorothy Webb and Mrs. Clayton were in charge arrangements. of meeting You (an ( OMIII <»u t'-<-«..,. 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NO MONEY DOWN on Sears Easy Payment Plan Free ALLSTATE Tire Mounting P-95 ADDITIVE ... as new as tomorrow! Every ALLSTATE tire is now made with this new revolutionary, exclusive blend rubber to provide better traction and give you longer mileage. Plan Skating Party Circle 2 of the Altar Society of St. Bernard's Church met Monday at the Parish Hall. Plans were completed for a skating party for children of the parish Oct. 28 at 7 p.m. Mrs. Carolyn Curtis will be in charge of the pop. It was voted to give $5 to the Recreation Center. Council news was read and reported by Mrs. Verda Freburg on the youth workshop, and Mrs. Lois Hood on the retreat workshop. Guests for membership present were Mrs. Margaret Kirtly, Mrs. Vera Edwards and Mrs. Tillie Albright. Japanese Lecturer Addresses Club The Bushnell Woman's Club held a geust night meeting Monday at the home of Mrs. George Ball. Mrs. Louise Collins, program chairman, introduced Dr. Koichi Hasegawa, a visiting Japanese lecturer at Western Illinoirj University, who told of the life of an outstanding Japanese woman, "Countess Coudenhove- Kalergi, grandmother of the European Economic Council." Mrs. Betty Newell presented him a hammer engraved with his name in behalf of the Bushnell Woman's Club and the Vaughan and Bushnell Manufacturing Co. Other guests were Mary McGrew, Louise Shanklin, Dottie Craft, Ilene Lawson, Ethel Sperry, Florence Kukuk, Jesse Ewan, Dorothy Clemens, Myrle Rasmussen, Emily Norcross and Kit Cox, of Bushnell, and Mrs. Ross Noper of Good Hope. Valley Preps Prepare for Homecoming FAIRVIEW - Valley Senior High School will start its 1963 homecoming activities Friday in the afternoon with an all- school pep rally featuring skits by classes and organizations and concluded by a bonfire. The undefeated Astoria Pirates will provide the opposition for the WILCO football game at 7:30 p.m. Valley's band will provide pre - game entertainment, as well as performing at the h a 1 f t i m e intermission Floats and decorated convertibles carrying the king and queen candidates and their attendants will parade on the football field during the intermission. A homecoming dance Saturday, 8 to 11 p.m., will wind up t h e homecoming festivities. Chuck Orwig's band will furnish he music for the alumni-sponsored part of the homecoming. The homecoming king and queen will be crowned at the dance. Queen candidates are Gayla Worrell and Betty Sherman. Candidates for homecoming king are Rod Chatterton and Dewey Morse, who are members of the football team. OPEN MON.«..</ FRL 9a.m.™ 9 p.m. Shop at Sears and Save STORE HOURS Monday and FrWiy i TM »«., Wed., Thur$., Sat « A.M. to 9 P.M. | 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. Former Yates City Couple to Observe 50th Anniversary YATES CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Phil Owens, who entered the Good Samaritan Home in Knoxville Sept. 18, will observe their golden wedding anniversary Oct. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Owens have sold their home in Yates City to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tyhurst of Missouri, who, before moving to that state, resided many years in Elmwood, where he was a barber. The Tyhursts expect to move to their newly purchased home in about three weeks. The Owenses will hold a public auction of their household goods Saturday at 10 a.m. Class Plans Dinner YATES CITY - The senior class of Yates City High School will sponsor a smorgasbord lunch in the Yates City gym Sunday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! 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