Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 17, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, October 17, 1963
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GHS PTA Has Open House Parents attend the Parent* Teacher Association meeting it Galesburg High School Toeeday evening followed their child'! schedule after meeting in the auditorium for a business sei* aion. Mrs. Dale Sward presented the budget which was approved by the group. Members also voted to sponsor a ward at the Galesburg State Research Hospital aa do other units in District 4. Mrs. Arthur Levene, president, presided. The Mother Singers under the direction of Mrs. Harry Ten* haaf presented three selections, "God of Our Fathers," "Get* ting to Know You" and "Where and When." Vernon Broadhead, principal, directed the parents to the advisories where they received schedules directing them to the different classrooms for visitation. Parents met in the cafeteria for coffee arid doughnuts following the open house. Officers' Club Has Evening of Cards Mrs. C. C. Campbell was hostess to Unity Lodge officers Secret Pal Club Tuesday at her home, 201 Division St., when the evening was spent in playing cards. Winners in pinochle were Mrs. Clyde Alderman and Mrs, James Blackburn. Canasta prizes went to Mrs. Willard Thomas and Mrs. George Kennedy. Mrs. Campbell served re- PL J4t oude MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH PICA (above) will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon at their home, 504 N. Monroe in Abingdon. The Picas were married Oct. 22, 1938 in Saint Mary Major Church in San Arsenio, Italy and came to the United States and Abingdon early in 1939. They are the parents of five children, Margaret, Arsenio, Antonietta, Mary Jane and Gerardo, all at home. Mr. Pica is employed as a mold maker by the Abingdon Pottery. freshments at the conclusion of the games. READ THE WANT ADS! ELKS CLUB Elks Club women's bridge at the club will be Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ir Ml, 1**4 illlKMltl * M A*M*****e***M' :n:r * * Mi * tit • *4|iM »M7. + » I „. **\** 4 ft* M I ilMUHi r + m+ f«l 1 1 • +>J L 'SI*t ***** \v- 4 4 l *4 •' ! ** t P4 ft* * 4 * * i *# 4 In i 4 4ft* * t • *4I * ft »4 * i ^|»|tfill AUTUMN FASHION PARADE 1*4*>• ** pi h ft 4 f I * • »,;,4*f *j I 4 - ttH4 44 H i 4 q-4 4 • f+r| 4- ft * I*l4ft **l** •»4T*|t« h« itf M*t*tl*J4 P * 4 * tiilMMMMtf. h 4 -P * I 4 *J *v*v IN: -1 » _' • • - F _ i_ m L- *' * ¥ * ' I" Saturday, Oct. 6:30 p.m. During Candlelight Buffet In cooperation with Galesburg's Custer Travels "Especially for You M was the program thinn it the meeting of Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta Wednesday at the home of Mrs. George Shlrck, 910 N* Seminary St. During the presentation, an informal report from those present on their activities during the summer, it was discovered that either by ship, jet, car or train, the members had traveled or vacationed in practically every state of the Union, Alaska, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Asia and Africa, The points of interest varied from the cathedrals in Rome to the gambling houses fn Las Vegas. Mrs. Shirck, president, presided at the business meeting at which time the chapter yearbooks were distributed. Announcement was made of the concert of original compositions by Miss Helen Eastes Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Rufus Popwell of Seattle, Wash., a guest, was accorded serving honors at the refreshment table, tastefully decorated in an autumn motif. Delegates To Attend GS Council Elected delegates from the Shabonee Girl Scout Council to the national council meeting of the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. to be in Miami, Fla., Oct. 21-25, met Wednesday to study the proposals to be presented to the membership and to complete plans for the trip. Mrs. Chester Laux, Rock Island, and Mrs. George Chase, Moline, both elected as alternates, will now serve as delegates due to resignations of Mrs. William Hileman, Aledo, and Mrs. Russell Jensen, Monmouth. Other delegates are Mrs. Dale Satory, Moline; Mrs. C. L. Gummere, Galesburg; Mrs. Robert Buranek, Kewanee; and Miss Sheila Boyce, Moline. The group, will leave Moline airport Sunday, Oct. 20 and will stay at the Hotel Fontainebleau while in Miami. 4 + » m .w 1 * MB . m H H 4 L h 4 ± T m • • • n • i + * * m 4 * 4 « ' Kellogg's present _ 1 V-'" v.- •sv. '-Vp^ -'.V.* 3£ *_*: V*' .«3 m • i i women of western Illinois, the latest in 1964 Autumn Fashions. New York leading stylists have selected Fashions for this Autumn event that can be seen at Kellogg's. YOU THE CUSTER INN v/ 1 % •.- • To Note 25th Anniversary NEW WINDSOR - Mr. and Mrs. John LeClair of New Windsor will note their 25th wedding anniversary on Tuesday. No special observance is being planned. f The LeCIairs, who were both from Atkinson, were married Oct. 22, 1938 at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Atkinson with Rev. Edmund Blough officiating. After their marriage the couple resided in Atkinson until moving to a farm southwest of New Windsor 13 years ago. fashion magnet.. • natural New faces for Fall! Vou'll remember the namu , • • dross pumps . •. but ths facts ars unfamiliar, Bscauss they'ra now on ths fashion scene! Open looks or contrasts with textured leather uppers you'll lovel Choice of spicy Fall colors. 230 E. MAIN Galesbur Emmanuel WSCS Plant Smorgasbord Mrs. Kalman Gyory, vice president, presided at the bust* ness meeting of Woman's So* ciety of Christian Service of Emmanuel Methodist Church when members met last week in the home of Mrs. Fred Mix* er, 456 N. Pleasant Ave. Plans were completed for the Swedish smorgasbord to be given at the church on Nov. 22, tickets for which are being sold by WSCS members. It was also decided to have a clean-up day at the church Oct. 31. The afternoon's program, In charge of Mrs. Harry Suydam, was entitled, "A Call to Prayer." Mrs. Richard Thomas led devotions. Refreshments were served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Herman Nelson and Mrs. Olga Larson. Gives Braille Exchange Student Speaks To Couples Class Sukh Dev Bassi of Kenya, East Africa, a Knox Student, spoke at the Couples Class of the First Baptist Church meeting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson of near Coldbrook. Mrs. Anderson, president, presided at the recent meeting. Mr. Bassi told of his native land, describing the life, customs and culture in relation to the changing time. A fall arrangement centered the refreshment table as guests were served by the hosts and co-hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bellinger. A lesson in braille wai the high point of the evening when the Immaculate Heart of Miry Parent-Teacher Association met in the school cafeteria on Tuesday evening. After Mrs. Gene Junk, president, called the meeting to order, John Sullivan, program chairman, introduced Miss Sherrill Peterson, a Galesburg High School senior, as the speaker. Miss Peterson told of her education at the Illinois Braille and Sight Saving School in Jacksonville and of her decision to transfer to a public school for her senior year. She demonstrated manual and mechanical forms of braille writing and told how through recordings and "readers'' she keeps pace with her fellow students. Tony Mangierl, ways and means chairman, gave a report on the recent chicken dinner held at the school and the library chairman, Mrs. Robert Hart told of the excellent results the library is having with the increased number of books on file. The room count award banner was won by the fourth grade room of Sister Martin Marie. The first grade mothers were in charge of the refreshments. Demonstrates New Pipe Organ The host, Russell Watson, demonstrated his new pipe organ, which he had built in his home, at this week's meeting of the American Guild of Organists. Assisting the host, who resides at 731 Locust St., was his son, Richard Watson. The program included a variety of selections presented by Mr. Watson. Mrs. C. E. Van Norman, sub-dean, presided. It was announced Mark Holmberg will give a concert Nov. 10 at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Galva, and another one Nov. 17 at the First Congregational Church, 620 22nd St., Moline at 4 o'clock in the afternoon, which is sponsored by the Black Hawk Chapter of American Guild of Organists. During the social hour Mrs. A. B. Rosine and Mrs. Wayne Tryon shared serving Honors at the table decorated in a fall motif. m J0 y »«W*A^ Xv + 4 r 1 4 * xv:-;-:-:*:-:* •> 4 i 1 + • _ P # • + * 4*4 n * w 4 t 4 * 4 fc * * -V. w • 1 v,* 'v. Order Your CHRISTMAS CARDS Early! 1964 ChristmM Card*! Nam* Imprintad FREE 'TIL NOV, Ut OFF Special Purchased Christmas Cards Name Imprinted FREE 711 NOV. 1st OFF Personalized Cards Selected from Our Many Books 'Til NOV. 1st Plan Shaboftee Scttii'Anmtal Meeting The g«mi*annttil meeiiflgB of all registered adults in each of the eight district* of Shabonee Girl Scout Council are being held this month. Questions regarding the pro* gram change recently effected in Girl Scouting were included in the discussions and the needs for further training sessions were determined. Seventy-five adults attended the Moline meeting chaired by Mrs. Blaine Johnson; and 43 adults in Rock Island with chairman, Mrs. C. P. Schneider. Warren County's meeting was chaired by Mrs. Louis Jewell, Monmouth, with 33 in attendance. Kewanee District meeting was scheduled for Oct. 15th at F a i r v i e w Administration Building. Mercer County District will meet Oct. 21 at the First Methodist Church, Aledo; West DtfWitCATE BftlDCK . Galeiburg Duplicate Bridge Association convened „, Oct at the Municipal Rooms, Gen- 1 Oct. 30. evening in the House and Gi den room at the Custer Inn; Winneri were Walter iuf well-Mrs. Gail Savidge, first; Dr. Sam Fletcher.Tom Fewer, second; Bert Morgin-John Steadman, third; Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Pscheidt, fourth. Tuesday will be master point night at Custer Inn at 7:30 ^ o'clock. CHICAGO (UPI) ~ St«ak comes from an old Saxon word, "steik," meaning "meat ort a stick, * • reports the American Meat Institute. They favored broiled beef and cooked it on a pointed stick ovef a campfire, anticipating our cookouts by some 16 centuries. cseo, and Galesburg District* o. OPEN FRIDAY TIL • F.M. New York Organist to Present Recital 4 John Weaver, organist and choirmaster of Lutheran Church of the Holy Trinity, New York City, will present the first concert of the season to be sponsored by Peoria Chapter of the American Guild of Organists. The recital will be Sunday, at 4 o'clock at Peoria First Methodist Church, Perry and Hamilton Streets. A graduate of Peabody Conservatory, Mr. Weaver has studied with the late Richard Ross, Dr. George Markey and with Dr. Alexander McCurdy at Curtis Institute. His 80 recitals throughout the United States have included appearances in New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. The concert is the first of three to be presented this year by the Peoria Chapter. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! A new antl *poYsj >lrant that really works! Solves underarm problems for many who had despaired of effective help. Mitchum'ft Anti-Perspirant keeps underarms absolutely dry for thousands of grateful users. 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