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Daily Journal-Gazette (Newspaper) - December 19, 1953, Mattoon, Illinois EIGHT THE DA1LI JOURNALGAZETTE ANT ILLINOIS DECEMBER 195J WOMENS PAGE To Marry In June and Furry Christmas Party Receive 225 Callers Of Partners Class At Open House Held Sunday and Perry 100 15th were presented with many gifts and flowers and received calls The Partners Class of the First Presbyterian Church held the monthly covered dish dinner and from over 225 friends Sunday on the Christmas party Sunday In Fellow occasion of their golden The guests wore greeted by Furrys two wedding ship Hall at the The table made and the arranged and Then were green and gold who had charge of the guest harps and and who pinned a corsage of and John Gibler were in evergreen and tiny gold wedding charge of making the coffee and they bells on each assisted in After the dinner n Christmas pift exchange took place and n short business meeting was during which officers for They arc Mrs and Doll and Harry Wise The reception table was set In gold with crystal candelabra and tall The centerpiece was Ireetiered wedding cake in white gold rosebuds encircled with plumosis and gold The cake was adorned with a miniature bride and a pair of and Palmer golden a wedding ring and and Doll were in charge dove which were used at the golden of the program Which consisted of wedding celebration of Furrys several the singing of the late and Christmas carols and n short version in of Dickens Christmas Carol given Presiding at the reception table by were their There were 56 Including and Furrys and and Millage of Danville and Phillips and Robert O Dawson of who were Serving was in charge of Peters of Miss Esther Endsley of Roy Snyder of Danville and Sellett of La Lynn Sanders Photo A June wedding is planned by Miss Sara Lynn and Owen Brosam whose engagement Is being announced today by her par and Lynn San ders at a tea at their 2826 Stratford Miss next rear were Sanders is a senior at Tucson Senior By GAYNOR MADDOX NEA Good and Markets Editor From a cook In North Dakota e get two coldweather hot In oven until ready to Pork and Apple Casserole 4 serving One 2 can sliced I They are good and take very little tablespoon lemon 3 table time to Hope you enjoy spoon lemon 3 tablespoons Chicken and Mushroom Noodles 4 servings brown 3 tablespoons rjulck cookng rice U teaspoon U teaspoon U teaspoon Tenounce can crenm of chicken a cups diced cooked pork or High School where she is affiliated witli the Sunshine Modeling a son of and Orean Brosam of Lovington is n general construction contractor in and Sanders and their daughter are former resi dents of Mattoon and A cardboard carton turned upside down and with space cut out for legs makes an adequate bed table for this convalescing child condensed 3ounce can sliced broiled 8ouncc can tomato sauce 1lfi teaspoon rubbed 4 ounces uncooked egg Combine chicken contents of can of tomato sauce find mixing Heat slow Meanwhile cook noodles until tender in boiling salted Ar range in ring around outer edge of platter and pour hot sauce in Serve garnished with crisp green watercress or place noodles in 4 individual 8ounce cas Place contents of can of apples in a mixing Add lemon rice ccrenl and Mix Add pork and In a greasett 1quart baking Cover and bake in moderate oven 350 degrees for 30 Then remove cover and continue baking for 15 Serve MONDAYS DINNER Pork and npplo boiled buttered green seeded butter or Top with sauce and keep prune milk Coming Events Calendar Manners Make Friends Lerna SAS Class Has Party At Grafton Home North Okaw Unit Christmas Dinner Attended by 22 The JournalGazette cannot ac cept Items for the calendar after 3 oclock on the day before publica Please do not ask us to make in The Women of the Moose will have the regular lodge followed by bingo at 8 executive board at The Oak Grove unit of Home The annual Christmas the SAS Class of the Methodist Church of Lerna was held Wednesday evening with a combination dinner at the home of Garnett Graf There was an exchange of gifts after the and Charles Jenkins conducted several Other entertainment was furnish ed by pantomimes given by some of the Those present besides Graf ton were The North Okaw Home Bureau Unit held its December meeting Thursday at the Dinner Bell in this A turkey dinner was served and Christmas records were enjoyed party of during the After the a short buslnes meeting was with Fran cis A Safeguard Your Home During the Christmas was given by Florence The minutes were read and ap proved and the treasurers report read and filed for Paul Martin gave the execu tive board and Roy was the minor project Roll What I Want in My tt19 A lot of women seem to be will ing to do without everything their Husbands Dorcas Class Hold Christmas Party Food Contributed By ChataLot Club For Yule Basket The Christinas party of the Chat aLot Club was a covered dish din ner held Thursday noon at the home of Dan 2413 La fayette Grace was said by Norma MILLETT Treat Relatives tike Others And You Lose Family Feeling t familyrelations writing In a national magazine on how to get along with makes this statement If a relative imposes on I advise you to treat him with Sometimes You Will Be The One Who Imposes You cant tell a wellmeaning rel ative who is always ready with ad vice to mind his own business and no more kindness than you would still expect him to feel a relatives concern over your happiness and advantage of your good Following that advice would prob You cant put a time on the guests responded to roll call by keep any from jmposjng visit of your mates parents even think a week Is a visit and But if you applied it to all of your two months Is an imposition with The afternoons program was con ftccord ohe ejse wno tries to tflke ducted by the John Twentyone members and Dewey Dale Dream was answered by 22 Herbert Otis Link Owen Charles Claud Jane just wont let you do any Grover Harry Graf thing for a woman recently Fred Joe remarked about No doubt Oran At the close of the the members exchanged Christmas Jane is intent on always more than Bureau will have a Christmas party repaying every thing that is done Donald Loyd Miss Ruth Hill and Esther at the home of William Kol for So she doesnt realize her northeast of Mattoon at friends would occasionally like to do Hospital Aid will meet at the something for her without being jiff Qf hospital at repaid promptly and in full Ladies Day at Mattoon Country Club will be a Christmas party and guest Luncheon at The Ladies Auxiliary to the Car penters will have a family covered dish dinner and gift exchange at Carpenters Hall at The VFW Auxiliary will have a The nicest thing we can do for others sometimes is just to let them do something for 4 by Bennett At Circle Meeting Circle 1 of the First Presbyterian Church met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Ivan Jadcb Home From Lindehwood Misses Eva Orndorff and Sancy freshmen at Lindenwood College at arrived The meeting opened with the home Friday to spend the holidays group singing Silent regular meeting and gift exchange at wlm thdr parentSi and H BaeSi conducted the the program and Lora Fran Ray and and Vic business cis decorated the tables in the Families Guests Of War Mothers The American War Mothers held their Christmas party Monday even ing at theLegion starting with a chicken All present sang carols around the large Christmas tree with the James Lively leading the Santa Claiis appeared and gave gifts to all the Tttere were 75 persons including mem bers and Edgar Lake was in charge of Radio Commentator by Dorsey Van x Sunshine friends revealed their and the remainder of the afternoon was spent in Gifts were exchanged among the members and a bushel basket full of food was brought and money was contributed to be given to a fam ily of eight children and two joined in the Lords Prayer at the close of the Quests The Dorcas Class of the First Methodist Church held a Christmas by Rena and party in Fellowship Hall Tuesday starting with a covered dish There were 20 members A short business meeting was con ducted by Charles the Herman who had charge of the rad the second chapter of followed by a program and carol with Townley at the Hendren gave the nistory of were Lena Earl the various and the members Miss Dorothy Miss sang each one in after she had Susan Thornton and Tony spoken about French read a galaxy of celebrities who had caught ths true spirit of Christmas Lester Roberts read An Old Fashioned a short Hendren presented a gift from the class to their Mey The afternoons program closed with the singing of White Christ mas by all reading a verse of A A Christmas was read by Bertha A jt probably cut down out making them feel like outsiders At was given conslderably on the famlly ln their childs For you cant treat family like to keep a family feeling alive everybody else and keep a family you cant treat family like other feeling You have to treat them In You cant answer Cousin Sues a special Sometimes it will letter telling you she is for result in your being Imposed a vislt by p0intmg out that it would And sometimes you will be the one be a most Inconvenient and who expect Cousin Sue to go on think But if you just remember theyre ing of you as family in whose family and they remember you home she Is always there will bo a family feeling among your relatives that you can count All rights NEA the Post home at Christmas program for kinder tor Hamilton Their garten children and their parents at vacation extend to the Baptist Church at Grantham led Christmas Otto Arm reading the Christmas strong helped decorate the tree and Smart Slant Iron On Color for Boys and Girls Story from and closed with all repeating the Lords Harold Bennett read the The Gift of the by Owings presided at the tea Hostesses were Mrs Storm and Russell Twentysix members and one were pres the gifts were prepared by Henry and Willing Workers Class fos Christmas Clyde Gillispie was hostess at Newcomers Club Meets At Byers The Welcome Wagon Newcomers Club met in the Hotel Byers Thurs clday evening for the regular month ly meeting and the clubs Christmas Robert the presi had charge of the business and the remainder of the evening was spent in playing Prizes were awarded to Jo seph Yackle for canasta Lynn Mintun for bridge Walter VFW Junior Girls Have Yule Party Weltons Honored The Junior VFW girls met Thurs TL day night at the Post with InCIT their Albert for their annual Christmas A discussion on Why We Cele brate Christmas was led by Sue Shanks and Jean Sue played a piano Christmas Mickey Hall sang a I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa The group sang Christmas Leffler gave a Christmas remainder of played until each a fay Popcorn balls and candy were Advisory council members Policemens Wives Have Christmas Party ESA Sorority Has Christmas Party Members of the Alpha sorority met for dinner at Castle Inn Tuesday After the dinner the members ex changed Christmas gifts and con tributed money for the Christmas basket which is to be given to a fam iTAi t J OUI flUVlOUlJT VUUllfAl l her home south of Loxa Wednesday Whitley for The door prize a and Lewis Welton wera honored by a group of friends and relatives at their home on 33rd Saturday evening in honor of their birthday anniversaries which occur on the same Card visiting and enjoy ment of holiday musical recordings were the evenings and Welton received number of among which was a cake for Welton which proved to be a Refreshments were served and it was agreed hat the group will meet wentn to John Christmas gifts were to the Willing Workers Class of the Loxa A combination dinner was served and refreshments were with at cafeteria after which Roy Colwellacting Epsilon Sigma a business meeting was Flornce the presi called the meeting to Earl Bond gave the Christmas and an election of officers was Sunshine friends were revealed and new ones drawn for next Members attending were Misses The was Sue Alice Van Joan presented with a gift from the And Pennsylvania and Clark again during the 20 persons About She also arranged the Christmas decorations for the There were 24 members and six John Lynn Homer Richard Ray Yates and Kennedy Visit in New 3Tork The Policmens Wives Club held Coie Helen Donna and every member receved their December meeting Thursday more Rita Helen Jane Mon the grab night at the Villa Nova with their Mrg James Scherer annual Christmas dinner and gift Those attending were Robert a gift and Jack Daugherty and left today for a Chrlst Those present were Arnold mas vacaUon ln the They were Prank Tom JQined by hu fatneri M Accepts Nursing Position Miss Nanette daughter of OrvlUe Florence John Vernon Rex flc Ed Richard jSsek afh offices in Mattocm and in She is a graduate of the Julia Burnham School of Nursing at Champaign and for two and a half d Qm years since her graduation she was employed at Burnham City Hos where she worked In the blood Olen Joe McDuf Harold James Hobert Clark and Ross and Roy 2200 RichDouglas Tom Wal Orla Earl Clyde Miss Florence Orvllle Jor erty of who accompanied them Carlisle where they will spend Christmas with Daughertys brotherinlaw and and They will W on to New York lor a visit over New Years Day with Uto urcle and and Mrs Rus fjjii Visiting in Ohio Helen Rose Pegelow went to today for a two weeks visit with her son and daugh and Edward and their I f Paul If 0111 AQ5 iQjl FUHNY BUSINESS By Hershberger ASYMMETRIC LINE and the but toned stepin closing give a slender izing effect Theres figure flattery in the softly tailored in the gracefully slim skirt with two pleats at Choice of two Bleevea Perfect for from nowintosprlngl Pattern 4615 Womens sizes Size 36 takes yards This pattern easy to simple to is tested for Has com plete illustrated Bend Thirtyfive cents in coins for this 5 cents for each pattern for letclass Send look I Turn any shirt into a Wild West shirt with a stroke of your iron I No I And the colors are so Exciting combination of bright green with dark brown and blazing tool Decorate childrens up cur Pattern 855 has yes 12 ironon color motifs for boys and 2x1 to Washable Send Twentyfive cents In coins for this 5 cents for each pattern for Istclass Send to the Dally 87 Needlecraft Box Old Chelsea New York Print plainly PATTEHN your ADDRESS and EXCITING VALUE yes TEN new designs to cro to ANNE care of the Daily 383 Pattern right In the Wheeler Needh 343 West pth New York craft plus many more pat Irlnt plainly ADDRESS with SIZE and STVLE NUM terns to send for bazaar money fashions Bend20 cents for your copy I I keep him in practice carrying the ball to me Christmas Wreaths Natural Spruce and Balsam Wreaths Grave Blankets Rutcus Wreaths Evergreen Sprays Ruscus Holders Painted Wreaths Christmas Decorations Roping Door Swags Center Pieces Holly Poinsettias Begonias Pot Corsages Pompons Gardenias Mattoon flower Shop and Greenhouses Dial 3J77 2308 Dill 3177 L American Legion CHRISTMAS DANCE 19 WAYNE KARR and his orchestra Music styled for dancing and romancing Dancing 9 Until 12 OUR BOARDING Major Hoople HORRIBLE SUSPI CION CLOUDS MY 1 THEY RMD X MISPiACED WAS PERISH AMD LEAMDER WORRY TM5YRE OUT EWBRV EVE WITH fJO 1 HAVeMT DOlMS THEyRe ABIT MfSCHlEV THEY ALWAYS HAMe GOOD CLEArt JOVJ ARE THEY A WILD OF MOVIES THEY WAVE A SUILTY e i ;