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mt/iej/ews pen *3s (f3ride Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at (ho First Christian Church, Abingdon, Miss Elsio Marie Hil- gron daughter of Mr. and Mrs Lawrence P. Hilgrcn, 500 N. Jef ferson St., Abingdon, said vows with Wesley E. Adcock, SN, U.S. Navy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley F. Adcock, It.It. 3, Galesburg, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. John. C. Watson. Tapers in candelabra lighted the altar, ornamented with gladioli hind palms. The fair haired bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a white ballerina length gown fashioned with a lace bodice and net skirt over satin with a lace jacket buttoned at the neck with a small collar. Her finger tip veil was attached to a small lace hat accented with seed pearls. Her flowers were red roses. She carried a handkerchief of handmade lace, the work of her aunt. Attend Bride . , Miss Elaine Larson, Abingdon, ° : maid of honor wore a pastel blue satin ballerina dress with a net overskirt and a satin stole. Her hair was sprinkled with evening crystal in gold. She carried a cascade of yellow chrysanthemums. Miss Marilyn Hovcll, Abingdon, bridesmaid was gowned in a yellow ballerina dress designed similarly. Her flowers were blue mums. Don Adcock, brother of the The Daily Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Landscaping Project h Discussed at Humane Society Meeting Project plans for the leveling and seeding of the grounds at the annimal shelter were discussed at the Galesburg Humane Society meeting held last week in the home of the president, Mrs. C. L. Larson, 534 Maple Ave. Mrs. Helen Lcschcr Bcssolo presented the Society with a tree. Business conducted included the reading of the minutes by the secretary, Mrs. Lyle Arie, a financial report by Mrs. Wayne Christy and plans for a rummage sale to be held the last Friday and Saturday in October. Members wishing to have rummage picked up are being asked to notify Mrs. C. L. Larson. Mrs. Ruth Kimpton, chairman of the membership drive indicated that, all friends of the society may mail| their membership or donations Miss Edna Kimpton, 808 Brown Ave. Mrs.- Larson appointed Mrs. Emily Funk to the board thus filling the vacancy created by the resignation of the Rev. Alan Jenkins. Members donating food or giving contributions during the summer months were Mrs. Funk, Mrs. Lloyd Shinn, Mrs. Bessolo, Miss, Ruby Slater, Mrs. Ruth Kimptonjbridegroom was an usher as was and Miss Kdna Kimpton. Refreshments were served Monday, October 12 f 1953 § MR AND MRS. KENNETH MALCOLM follow wedding cake tradition at reception in the Coldbrook Christian Church. The bride is the former Miss Joan Adcock. Adeock-Malcolm Vows Said AUrnsam Tour Knox Campus, Plan Street Marker Project Knox College was host to Al- trusa Club at. the monthly meeting Thursday evening. Dinner was served in Seymour Hall after which the members were escorted on a tour of the campus with Dave Robinson, secretary of admissions, in charge. All points of interest on campus were visited, including the new men's dormitories where Knox students have "a home away from home," while attending college. Dr. Charles Bumstead of the college faculty gave a short demonstration in psychology. At Science Hall, members were shown views of the stars as they appear over Galesburg. After the tour, a business meet ing was held in Old Main with Miss Harriett Abcrg, Altrusa president in charge. The project of the year was discussed and plans were completed to place street markers in the city to direct visitors to the Carl Sandburg Cottage. A jelly Mrs. Bessie Dutton Notes 83 rd Birthday Mrs. Bessie Dutton, 278 H. Ffith St., was honored on her 83rd birthday with a dinner at tho home of her son, William Dutton, 678 W. South St., Sunday. Out of town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Dutton and Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Hayes R. Dutton and children, all of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mensendicke and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Powell and Mike, and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Young, all of Peoria; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Powell of Augusta; and Mr. and Mrs. James Hunter and Ton! Ann of Chillicothe. Miss Pauline Ecklund James R. Carmen Repeat Vows in Wis. The chapel of the Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Milwaukee was the setting of the recent wedding of Miss Pauline Ecklund, , ,, , „ „ jdaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter shower was held for Cottage Hos-; L , Ecklundi f ormer Galesburg rest pita! and members were advised to take jelly to the hospital any time before Oct. 27, with the labels clearly marked as gifts from Al­ trusa Club. Altrusa will meet again colors Thursday, Nov. 12, at Hotel Custer. where, • ; served TRINITY MOTHERS' CIRCLE SEAMAN AND MRS. WESLEY E. ADCOCK arc framed by light cd tapers lo make this wedding picture taken at the Abingdon Christian Church where their vows were said Sunday afternoon. Miss Elsie Marie Hilgrcn is the bride's maiden name. ("nldhioM'. christian Church wasiparlors, aqua and yellow •di-waiM v.jth vellow and bronze-accented the bride 's table '.•lie,-;.:,!),--mums for the wedding'.the five tiered cake was of M; .!.,;,(. Adcock, daughter of by Miss Carol Sallee. the brides , _ . .. T Mr ;,.,! M,- c| ar ence Adcock, Icousin, and Miss Shirley Adcock. Members of Trinity Lutheran and K-r.m-n, Malcolm son of Mr. Pouring was done by Mrs. Frank Mothers' Circle and their families and Mr. Rov Malcolm, all ofjLivingston and Mrs. Richard Mill-are invited to meet for a potluck ' P.'JU . i The eandlelight'er, sisters of the couple. Assistingjdmncr Wednesday evening at 6:30 Social Announcements Mrs. Arie. Larson, assisted by by Mrs. St. Mary's Association Meeting Is Held The workroom of St. Mary's Hospital was the scene of St. Mary's Hospital Association meeting Thursday afternoon when a great deal of work was accomplished. Members are being asked to take donations for the fruit shower which is still in progress to the hospital. Mrs. D. J. Butts and Mrs. Lynn Scuddcr were in charge. Chicken Pie Supper Knoxville Methodist Church THURSDAY, OCT. 15 — MENU — Chicken Pi*, Mashed Potatoes »nd Gravy, Froien Corn, Baked Beam, Cabbage Slaw, Jelly and Pickle., Pie, Coffee. Serving itarti at 5:30 ADULTS $1.00 — CHHDREN>«3c ences a in the school Bill Castle. Jack Simkins served as best man. Miss Mario Arnett and Miss Jean Roberson were in charge of gifts and guest book. Mrs. Margaret Coombs, organist, accompanied Rodney O'Bryant who sang "Because" and "I Loveitivities You Truly." A reception was held in the church parlors for the 150 guests, and a four tiered wedding cake, decorated in blue and yellow, was served by Miss Bcrnice Ehrenhart. Mrs. Marlyn Hanson presided at the punch bowl. Both the bride and groom were graduated from Abingdon High School with the class of 1951. She is employed at Kellogg and Drake as a beautician and he is with the Navy. Out of town guests were present from Moline, Knoxville, Wataga, Galesburg, Laura, Alpha, Bradford, Victoria, Canton and Cameron, Illinois and California. CHURCHILL P.T.A. |Dale Shop and Mrs. Beulah Mc- Churchill Parent-Teacher Asso-jGaughy at the Fremont House, cialion will meet Tuesday evening, — at 7:30 o'clock at the school. AsFEDERSPIEL - WILDS CIRCLE this is a "Get to Know Yourj Federspiel-Wilds circle of the willjFirst Presbyterian Church will \, Teachers" meeting, go to their child's home room j meet Wednesday evening at 6:30 upon arriving and there will learn!o'clock for a potluck dinner and about the school program and ac- meeting with Mrs. Margaret Following these confer-!Wilds, 589 E. Losey St. Mrs. Henry social hour will be heldJMiles will show pictures of her rura o , '•'•n-.-m.r.y H.VJ read Sept. 27 by;were Mr. and Mrs. Fay Sallee, <»<" Hev. f'), ;ir j,. s wilicy. Mrs. MaxiMrs. Clifford Ingersoll, Mrs. •I'IIKI -on ••...• org J . nisi and Mrs.Frank Brown, Miss Aileen Terp- EvTHt Jsrov.-n. .soloist. iening, Miss Betty Bonesteel, Mrs. Walking v.iih her father, the Harold Hanna, Miss Marion Miles, liivii- wore a wedding dress ., , !>.<'! '.»)'• lu-ter of white satin cllc: Malcolm rtrotiii? through the full net over-! Returned from a southern •kirt and thr- long sleeved lace honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Mal;,<•• k<--t covering the strapless colm are residing at an Olive o'clock at the church. Each family is being asked to take one hot, and one cold dish, own table serv-jCarman ice and sandwiches. Dessert and drink will be furnished. There will that Miss Katherine Page and Miss Lu-ibe a program of color slides taken in India by Miss Lofgren and shown by Forrest Carlson. Hostesses will be Mrs. Gene Hanson, Mrs. Carroll Apt and Mrs. Willard parents will j First Presbyterian Church win bodk-r... )>,..] ms ,, s V( , re carr j e 'd byiStreet address. She is employed Nyman. e bride who v.ore a lace and a ^ the Bank of Galesburg and he 1 tin tiara v,ih a cascading veil. j is engaged in farming. Both were sister Is Attendant jgraduated from Galesburg High ''srrying bronze mums and School. dents, now of 516 Forest Drive, S. E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and James Russell Carman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest W. Carman of Springfield, Mass. The Rev. Andrew G. Finnie officiated and Miss Helen Harper of Minneapolis and Hilton L. Neal of Milwaukee were the attendants. A dinner for the immediate families followed at the University Club. Mrs. Carman is a graduate of the University of Iowa and Mr. of Harvard University. The couple will reside in Milwaukee, where she is employed as a secretary by the Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company and he is employed by Chain Belt Company. READ THE WANT ADS library. B. AND Reservations recent trip to Europe. ', '-a nn:. '.ith yellow taffeta gown Mrs. Mulqueeny Notes 84th Birthday Mrs. Anna Mulqueeny was pleasantly surprised Sunday afternoon on her 84th birthday at the St Martha's Home in Knoxville. Her daughter, Mrs. R. Wilcoxen, and a few friends called during the afternoon bringing ice cream and cake which was served to Mrs. Mulqueeny's guests. Fred Bulmer was wel- as a new member at a D-8 club meeting. Mem- a D v i H 11 s E o IN LIFE Chapel Hill broadloom by Bigebw is more sculptured than a statue 1 . For high fashion luxury at an amazingly low price, no other carpet can compare with this sculptured Bigelow beauty. It's an outstanding value made possible by the expert combination of imported wools and special long-wearing carpet rayon. m UIGILOHV Choose Your Carpet From These Great Namei: % BIGELOW # MAGEE # GUUSTAN # 6EATTIE # PHILADELPHIA CARPET % ARTIOOM # FIRTH DRAPERIES - VENETIAN BLINDS WINDOW SHADES CORNICES - WALLPAPER TILE Free Home Estimates Unity Lodge 425 Plans Rummage Sale Plans for a rummage sale were made at the Unity Lodge 425, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, meeting held at the Elks Club Wednesday. Mrs. Ruby Brosi, Coatsburg, a member, was present. Mrs. Harry Zachmeycr, president, conducted the business meeting and announced that members having articles for the rummage sale were being asked to call her. Past presidents of Unity Lodge j will be honored at the next meet-' ing Wednesday, Oct. 21 ments were served. a lace overskirt, Miss Mary.., B _ . _ .Vu-nc-k preefded her sister:A CIV Member IS go,, ^^orn"^ the 'elcomed by D-8 Club bridesmaids Mi:,s Fave Malcolm,i Mrs - Fred Bulmer was and Forrest Craig, rather than )he b n(k ., jroori .- s sister, and Miss^cotned giving the bride away as pre- Mari , Mor( . ht .„, X} carricd viously stated in Friday s account v ,.ij 0 „ r ,. T iuinol . t „ n lt - Lt - IR of the wedding. •>,'''; ; V ,-" Llv n 8 ston - bers were entertained in the home ui uic wtuuiiii,. flower girl for her aunt, was; , _ ,. „. „,„ PPT IFF CORPS dr " Sed ln - vc,iow Ulffeta and laCC - S ' RUSSell , B "' enS ' 359 M0IV tWOMAN S RELIEF CORPS , MjJ] U)(j bridegroom ' s roe St. Guest of honor was Mrs. James Shields Woman s Relief nepht . w> was rin g-bearer. 'Amelia Bivens who celebrated her Corps 121 wii meet for an all-day D ., fl was best man birthday , sewing Tuesday in he home of am| K , mor Mjller an(] Richard : Prjzes were won by Mrg Rav . Mrs James Gladfelter, 5M rt , Vkock , h( , brifk .. s brother were mond Swearingen, Mrs. Ellis Wells South St. A covered dish luncheon nroornsme „_ Sealing 200 guestsand Mrs . Amelia Bivens . Guests Mrs. Fred Stegall, Mrs. aw, Roger and Donald Wells and Mrs. Edward Elkinton.j CLLI , BRACKETTCRAIG dovn thr . arc available for; Ro lland Potter was a guest at lac(1 the public for the Public Affairs, tbe wc dding of Mrs. Ruth Bracket! dinner of the Business and Professional Women's Club at the Hotel Custer Thursday evening at 6:45 o'clock. Mrs. Pauline B. Rinaker will be the guest speaker. Reservations may be obtained from Mrs. Elsa Marie Nord at the Elsa Marie Nord Shop, Mrs. Annise Manworren at the Maurita will be served at noon and each were Frank Livingsto , he bride>s were member is being asked to take a brothcr . in ., aw Robger ' and dish of food, table service and Adco[ . k brolherSi and Neal Sallee , The Nov _ 4 meeting wi „ be hdd home of Mrs. Amelia 1343 N. Henderson St. sewing equipment. Circle Meets Mrs. Evelyn Florine f Elmer E. Anderson Are Wed in Iowa The Trinity Lutheran Church at Alta, Iowa, was the scene of the wedding of Mrs. Evelyn Flon'nc of Bishop Hill and Elmer E. Anderson of Orion Tuesday. The 4 o'clock ceremony was read Refresh-iby tn e Rev. John W. Oberg. who was pastor of the St. Paul Lutheran Church in Orion for several years. Attending the couple were Mrs Reception Held j in the For the reception in the church Bivens, Free Lecture on Christian Science SUBJECT . . "How Christian Science Blesses the Individual and the Family." LECTURER . Arnold H. Exo, C.S.B., of Chicago, Illinois. Member ef the Board of lectureship of The Mother Church, The Firit Church ef Christ, Scientist, in Boston! Massachusetts. PLACE . . . .FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Broad and North Streets Auspices of First Church of Christ, Scientist, Galesburg, Illinois TIME . . . . . Tuesday Evening, October 13, 1953, at 8 :00 o'clock. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITID TO ATTEND Members of Circle Eight of Firstjjnhn W. Oberg and Carl D. Peter- Lutheran Church were entertained| son . After the ceremonv Mr. and Thursday afternoon at the home iMls . Anderson and wedding partv of Mrs. O. R. Sandstrom, 348 E. Losey St., with Miss Selma Fagerlund as assisting hostesses. The business meeting was led by Mrs. Robert Rylander while Mrs. Robert Swanson offered the devotions. Burncll Baldwin gave an interesting talk. Plans were made for the chicken pic supper to be held Nov. 4. Mrs. Selma Peterson of Wataga was a guest. Hostesses for the next meeting are to be Mrs. Clark Anderson and Mrs. Carl A. Nelson. were guests of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Oberg for lunch. Following a trip through the northwest, Mr. and Mrs. Anderson will reside in Orion. CIRCLE 4 BREAKFAST at First Christian Church Wednesday, October 14 Serving starts at 6:1 S A.M. Choice of 30c and 50c Brealclatli. SALE! TUSSY "BEAUTY PLUS" DUO Hormone Cream and Lotion 1 79 South Broad Phon« 1073-6 Both for only ^3 plus Ui Regular *4.75 value Now! Offset signs of age...with the biggest value In ages! This fabulous "Beauty Plus" Cream and it* companion Lotion contain true estrogenic hormones ... 10,000 units per ounce 1 Use "Beauty Plus" Cream at night. It works against dryness, scaliness, lines and surface wrinkles. Use "Beauty Plus" Lotion during the day. It's an exquisite powder base... a superb lotion for hands. U »0 Both... and have a lovelier, younger-looking skin. Buy Both for $3... and save! I&IJOCODRAKE®@ ^/"CUTTING our dinnerware stock! 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