Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 5, 1953 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 5, 1953
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First Supper Dance Is Held -7 MR. AND MRS. BOYCE WRIGHT (the former Margaret Rabenau) are pictured following their marriage in the East Mam Street Congregational Church Saturday evening. After a trip to the Wisconsin Dells the newlyweds will reside m Galesburg where both are employed. pa enau 9 ows Attendants gowned in bluebird blue and wheat yellow dresses preceded Miss Margaret Rabenau, down the aisle of the East Main Street Congregational Church Sat-j 4 ballerina length skirt. The bodice had a deep halter neckline with net insertion, A high net stole tucked on the shoulders, a garland of net headband and matching bal- urday evening when she became lerina shoes completed the cos- the bride of Boyce H. Wright. tume. Miss Coxe carried yellow Candles illuminated the church chrysanthemums, as the Rev. Arthur Wolfgarth read The bridesmaids, Miss Grace the double ring ceremony for the Nickas, the bride's cousin, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Sharp, 82 N. Elm St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. Wright, 987 N. Seminary St Large baskets of orchid chrysanthemums intermingled with white ' gladioli were placed at the altar of the church. Carrying yellow, roses Miss Rabenau wore a Chantilly lace and net dress over satin. Lace ap­ pliques were sprinkled over the bouffant skirt of double nylon net and outlined the scoop neckline of the lace bodice which had long sleeves. A garland of pearlized orange blossoms held her lace edged veil in place. Attendants Miss. Barbara Coxe, a classmate of the recent graduating class from the Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing, as maid of honor wore a bluebird blue taffeta and net dress styled with a CHICKEN SUPPER Wednesday, Oct. 7 Dahinda METHODIST CHURCH Aduiti $1.25 * Child, undtr 12 50c Serving Start* •» 5 F. M. Miss Frances Diehl, a classmate, both wore wheat yellow dresses styled identically as the maid of Honor's. They carried blue mums. Flower girls were ' Miss Cynthia Saul and Miss Mary Kay Walker, the bride's cousins. Ring bearer was the bridegroom's cousin, Donald Gummerson. Durihg the organ prelude by Mrs. D. Oxley, guests were seated by Howard McCIurg and Forrest Fulton. Best man was Kobert Seibert. -Mrs. Hayes Tucker Jr. sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "I'll Walk Beside You." Both mothers of the young couple chose to wear navy blue dresses. Mrs. Sharp accented hers with wheat and navy accessories and had a yellow carnation corsage while Mrs. Wright accented her dress with pink accessories and had a pink carnation corsage. Reception Covering the bride's table at the reception held in the church parlors was a blue silk and lace tablecloth brought from Hawaii by the bridegroom's cousin, Mrs. Margaret Hardine. A four-tiered wedding cake centered the table. Serving honors were accorded (Continued on page 9) a* - - + n - - J; Woman's Club Hears Reports, Gina and Jane ''Keep faith and look to the future," the current motto of 88,000 Illinois members of the Federation of Women's Clubs, was stressed from the speakers platform Saturday afternoon at the Galesburg Woman's Club annual fall assembly luncheon, held at the Hotel Custer. Following the president's, Mrs H. J. Worden, opening address, detailed reports of state, Knox County, and regional conventions were given by Mrs. W. S. Lawrence, Mrs. H. L. Culver and Mrs. W. E. Hauswald. Dr. Ada Chapman, club moth Mrs. Stanley Hawthorne, presiden of the Junior Woman's Club past presidents of the Senior Woman's Club, were honored guests. Flower arrangements, place cards and corsages were in the gold and bronze tones of autumn "Gina and Jane" An hour of sparkling entertainment was presented by Gina Dunkleberg and Jane Frantz of Lincoln. The duo wore costumes of white faille with circular swirling skirts and tiny stiff peplums One was accented with cerise shoes, petticoat, handkerchief, and jewelry, while the other was accented with emerald. The lilting soprano voice of Gina enhanced the dramatic ability of Jane in their selections from "Guys and Dolls," "Porgy and Bess" and "Show Boat.'" The solos, "Summertime" and "Make Believe," were skillfully given and received with much enthusiasm. The next assembly meeting will be Nov. 7 at the Hotel Custer; the program will be a demonstration lecture on table settings, in keeping with the holiday season. Woman's Club Bulletin The Handicraft group will meet at the "Y" lounge Wednesday, Oct. 7, 9:30 o'clock. The lesson will be "Making Aluminum Trays." A luncheon will follow, reservations may be made with Mrs. C A. Lieber, 1385 Grand Ave., or Mrs. K. C. Jenks, 69 N. Arthur. A fifty- cent donation is asked to defray this expense. The afternoon session will be under the auspices of the Homemakers group, Mr. E. W. Niemand, Davenport, Iowa, will display :\ china collection and speak on "The History of China Ware." THIS YEAR'S OFFICERS OF THE GALESBURG WOMAN'S CLUB are pictured at the Hotel Custer (left to nghMrs. H. J. Worden, president; Mrs. W. W. Baker, first vice president; Mrs. C A. Teagarden, secretary; and Mrs. George A. Larson, treasurer; just before the annual fall assembly luncheon which was held Saturday. GATHERED AROUND THE TEPEE WHICH DECORATED ONE END OF THE CLUBROOM at the Lake Bracken Supper Dance Sunday evening are some of the committee members. Reading from left to right are Mrs. Robert Erickson, Mrs. Russell Steele, Mrs. Stanley Florer, Mrs. Clifford E. Pearson, Brad Erickson, Paul Jacob- soil, Charles Henshaw, Mrs. Paul Jacobson, Mrs. Carl Graning and Mrs. Floyd Biirrll. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Christiansen were co-chairmen for the first event or the season at the Knox County Country Club. • • v 1 ^ FIANCEE OF ROGER RAGAN —The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Pauline King to Roger Ragan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Raye Ragan, 1121 S. Walnut St., Springfield, is made known today by her mother, Mrs. Paul H. King, Roslindale, Mass. Miss King was graduated last June from Boston University's college of liberal arts and was elected to membership in Phi Beta Kappa honorary society. She received the Rabbi Samuel Abrams award from the University for her work in pn* moting better interracial, iilter- faith understanding. Mr. Raga is a graduate of DePauw Univer sity and completed one year of |njng graduate work in the field of 1 applied social science at Western Reserve University, Cleve- Miss Lucille Carlson Eldon S. Newman Plan November 1 Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Albia Carlson of Woodhul[ announce the engagement and ^approaching marriage of their daughter, Lucille, to Eldon S. Newman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newman of Lynn Center. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding which will take place in the Bethany Lutheran Church at Woodhull Sunday, Nov. 1, at 3 o'clock. F Bygone Days Recalled With Skits As Mariners Celebrate Anniversary Friday, Oct. 2, was the 40th -anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Mariner, 1193 N. Academy St., and that evening a unique celebration was held by their two sons and their families in the home of one of them— Phillip, 1011 Florence Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mariner of 480 Scotch Elm Lane cooperated with Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mariner in devising a clever program of skits which reenacted milestones in the early Jive's and the married career of Ward and Irene Bridge Mariner. The tatter's sister Ruth and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Flynn of Chicago, arrived later for a short visit. A large number of friends and relatives attended the surprise event. Another sister, Mrs. Edna Bridge »Flaxman of California, called by phone during the eve- KNOX WAITING FOR SUPPER AT THE COUNTY COUNTRY CLUB DANCE held Sunday evening at the club house arc (left) Carl Graning, Red Bond, Floyd Bun-ell and Russell Steele. Across the table and putting the finish ing touches on the decorations are other committee members, Mrs. Clarence Stinson, Mrs. Charles Henshaw and Mrs. Red Bond. Eighty-, one couples attended the event. Dancing was to the music of Blanche Peterson's band and included square and round dancing. Copley Bureau Holds for Center Bureau held Beta Theat Pi Holds The Copley Home : the October meeting at the home of Mrs. Leslie McKie in Oneida last week. Two guests and 23 members were in attendance. A food shower was held for the Blood Bank. The major lesson of th£ meet"How to Cope With Your Child's Emotions" was presented by Mrs, Paul Hadden and Mrs N. Kellogg St. William Curry. The minor lesson, "Main_ Dish ing, WOMAN'S MISSIONARY The Woman's Missionary Society of the First Lutheran Church will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, in the Parish Hall. Members are asked to take boxes of blessings. MOSAIC CLUB Mosaic Club will haye its first meeting of the fall season Wednesday at a 1 o'clock luncheon in the home of Mrs. J. W. Holcomb, 483 LADIES AID SOCIETY The Ladies Aid Society o£*the Evangelical .United Brethren Church will meet at the church Wednesday^ afternoon atJ2 j^clock. CARMALYES BEAUTY SHOP It Mow Op«n for Buiintss if 688 Lawrence Ave. (N«»r I. L Ston* School) PHONE 7255 -a Open House Aft he enrolled in the Boston school [ Beta Theta Pi Fraternity, uu " J™ J^Ynrv -H fnrrefresh- Knox Campus, entertained at an The salads we^e served 'orrrfresft open house held Saturday after- ment^Mrs.McKie was assi^ed by of theology on the Boston* Uni versity campus and in June re -4# - L • L 1 J H perfect foil for black... JET SHEATH newest charcoal shade DUS ana in aiuie IP open House iieiu oaiuiuaj - •— , ,,„„ william bachelor of sacred |noon from 3:30 to 5, after the foot- Mrs. Don Brown and Mrs. William ball game with Grinnell College. Bice.' . , fling is nemg p .anncu. u, Forty-five members and their The annual will be hem was pastor of the First Methodist guests enjoyed cards, _Mjwe«atoa Thursday,Oc*. 29. Those wishing ceived a theology degree. A January wed ding is being planned. Dr. Raga GALESBURG AND MONMOUTH K0 P W1 number of years. HOME CULTURE CLUB Home Culture Club will meet Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Fred W. Bohi, 1372 N. Prairie St., at 2 o'clock. This first meeting is being observed as president's day. and television, while a light snack to attend should contact Mrs. War of coffee, soft drinks and cake was ren Mynard or Mrs. Hiram King. served* - i,nmi ,mm The' chaperons for the event NAOMI CIRCLE were Dr. and Mrs. Walter North. The Naomi Circle of the Trinity Out of town guests were Mr. and Lutheran Church, Mrs. Sam Mrs. Binder of Peoria, and Mr. Greenfield, leader, will meet at and Mrs. Gregg, also of Peoria, the home of Mrs. T. S. Johnson, m , , . , - „ . „ The Betas will hold an open 747 Bateman St., Wednesday after- The District Four fall meeting ^ next Saturday after *( he noon at 2 o'clock. of the Business and Professional f 00 tball game in honor of Beta Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Women's Club was held in Laliarpe p a ds. Hal Olson and Mrs. Harry Gustaf- yesterday. Twelve clubs were rep- HORTICULTURE SOCIETY resented. The Galesburg Horticulture and Attend B. and P. W Meeting Held at LaHarpe on Sunday Enamel surfaces will crack and craze if they are washed while ;i and ^ is s M u'rrel Pierce", hot. Allow them to cool off firsti*' . * h „ c : nrtcc ™ Rinn Attending were Mrs. Beula Mc- Improvement Society will meet at Gaughy, Miss Marie Slaven, Mrs. the home of Mrs. L. C. Canon, Annise Manworren, Miss Lotus Route 1 Wataga, Thursday after- Regan, Miss Anna Weinmann, noon at 2 o'clock. Mrs. Mildred Carlson, Miss Doris Nelson, Miss Gail Youngren, Miss Ruth Suydam, Miss Mary Livingstone, Miss Rose Munson, Miss Vera Corbin, Miss Peg McOmber son. SOCIETY St7" Patrick"': Altar and Rosary Society will meet in the social room at St. Joseph's Academy this evening at 7:45 o'clock. •-'Hi 5fc fA*. ... _ J A. * {2 Denier BELLE-SHARMEERS Don't place hot, heavy utensils on them. don't DO that! Sharmeer iiaphanous 12 denier stockings that sheal your legs with filmiest mist In your perfectly proportioned leg-size. pair ferev -» , or »l«nd«r l«0fc SU« 6 to 1Q& modltf {grata *d9«| for avfQQ* duch«$* _ _ _ T The business session was conducted by Miss Hazel Imes, district chairman of Kewanee. The club recessed for lunch in the American Legion Home. The lunch was served by the LaHarpe American Legion Auxiliary. 1 The afternoon session was I opened with musical selections by Miss Bernice Goedde of East St. Louis. Miss Goedde had recently attended the International Session of the Business and Professional Women's Club in Stockholm, Sweden, and showed slides ana gave a talk pertaining to the trip. The next district meeting will be held in the spring of 1954, -Y *1 ,,i • i v. t. - r r < L 1 h F hit V-. - 1 A M«d«Iine Royce _ * We're sticking our necks out in an open invitation to our former, present and future (you) (you) customers! (you) FOR DON'T BE A PEST . . . at I wk«n you d«Iifetiottly brfok tult* which probably •it modt 'or your $«My, •en/ng n 44 John PRISE" 'come son MLUGAN Yes, Fleck's know the tall figure needs a longer waistline, longer sleeve and length— all the special proportions you need to do special things for your figurel Tall fashions are one of our specialties^ Perm «nent come in and get acquainted with olr 4t Sua Tall Size" styles! DRESSES SKIRTS SUITS COATS LINGERIE

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