Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 15, 1953 · Page 13
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Former Elinwooil Girl Mitrricd ill Peoria ELMWOOD — In a double-ring ceremony at the Forrest Hills Methodist Church Oct. 3, Miss Harriett M. Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford H. Cole, Peoria, became the hride of Hernard F. Shricr, son^of Mrs. Amelia Shrier, Peoria. The Rev. Waller Tccsdalc officiated. Miss Cole wore a gown of Chan: filly lace over satin. It was dc signed with an illusion yoke outlined with appliqued trim, a fitted bodice and long fitted sleeves. Maid of honor was Miss Barbara Cole, sister of the bride, who wore a waltz length gown of ncplune green, designed with a portrait neckline, tucked bodice and cap sleeves with matching gauntlets The bridesmaids, Mrs. Warren 1 Fratisc. and Mrs. Raymond Little Jr., wore gowns like that of the maid of honor, but 1n rose quartz. Susan Ulsinger was flower girl. The best man was Nathan Janssen and ushers were Gene Statler and John Fredericks. A reception was held in the church parlors. The Coles are formerly of Elmwood. Mr, Shrier is attending Bradley University at Peoria. Twins Born ALPHA—Mr. and Mrs. Norman Ahlstrom of Slreator arc parents of twins, a boy and a girl, born Saturday at Strealor. The mother is the fomer Kathryn Molberg and the maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Molberg. (da... Cfi^fj JOIN OUR HOSIERY CLUB.' Buy 12 Pairs —Get Ona Pair at No Extra Charge! Yei! Ask any girl who's worn Cannons . . ,• she'll tell you why they're truly "nylons a girl can trust." She trusts Cannon's fit— because they're proportioned just for her, be she short, medium or tall. She buys Cannons, knowing she'll be wearing them longer ; . . knowing Cannon quality is nationwide, manufacturers of towels, sheets, bedspreads! Yes, she's buying several pairs in foil beigewear or nutrawear shades, (8'/i-H). IH-illl BETTER BUYS AT 420 E. Main St. am lron*on Designs In Colors 836 (Note: Send pattern order* direct lo Chicago. Watch addreis below. Order* will NOT be accepted at Galeiburg newipaper office.) VALUE! You get 6 sparkling new design!) and 24 Inches of border In gay red and blue! No embroidery, just Iron on in seconds! Washable! Iron on aprons, potholders, tablecloths, curtains, towels. Add glamour to your kitchen at practically no cost. Pattern B.')6 has six motifs: 2 each of 2 motifs 3 x 3',4 Inches; motifs 3'i x (5: plus 24 Inches of 1 -lnch border. Washable! Send Twenty-five cents In coins for this pattern—add 8 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing. Send to Register-Mail. Necdlecraft Dept., P.O. Box 5740. Chicago 80. Print plainly YOUH NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. EXCITING VALUE! Ten, yes TEN popular, new designs lo crochet, sew, embroider, knit—printed right in the Laura Wheeler Necdlecraft Book. Plus many more patterns to send for—Ideas for gifts, bazaar money-makers, fashions! Send 20 cents for your copyl Avon AVON—Mrs. Gertrude Reeve left Sunday for Dalian, Tex., where she will visit with Mrs. Donna Tfatch and Mrs. Bess Hectorne, former residents of Avon. . Mr. and Mrs. Max Staggs, Mrs. Inez Slaggs, Mr. and Mrs. R. ft. Potter attended a dinner Saturday night af. Cuba, In celebration of the silver anniversary of the Coun ty Life Insurance Company. Mr. Staggs is a charter member of the group. The dinner was held In the high school dining room. Also attending from this community were Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Lock Sr. A. It. Smith of Hot Springs, Ark. left Wednesday for his home after visiting in the home of his daughter, Mrs. George Brand. dark Reihm is assisting in the IJurch & Orwig store in the. absence of Mr. and Mrs. Burden Or wig who are on vacation In Call-, fornia. I Lewis Cutler has returned to his work at the Avon Oil Company after several weeks' illness. Mr. Cutler has been suffering with yellow jaundice. Local Rcbckahs who visited the district officers night in Fairview Monday were Mrs. Nina Harrison, Mrs. Edythe Allison, Mrs. Edythe Johnson, Mrs. Delcie Mason, Mrs. Mary Bell, Mrs. Marvel Powell, Mrs. Eliza Bell, Mrs. Winona Myers, Mrs. Opal Hubble and Mrs. Bethel Bivens. The Daily Register-Mail, Oalesburg, 111. Thursday, October M. 1053 IS Son Born ELMWOOD—Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Brewer, a son at the Proctor Hospital in Peoria Saturday. Although oil has been produced in 27 of U. S. slates, about half of all production has come from 14 states. Dallas City DALLAS CITY — Bernice Starkey has returned home from a five-week visit yi Iola, Kan., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. David Bartlcy. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Chant of Detroit, Mrs. Alice Ross and Mrs. George Chant of- Stronghurst and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilson were recent guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Doty. Herbert Pcnnock, son of Mrs. Lucille Pcnnock, was home from Camp-Atterbury, Ind., the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Smith and children visited over the weekend in Monmouth in the home of his sister, Mrs. Lyle Blansett, and family. Tom DeHaven of Danvers visited over the weekend in the home of his father, Ed DeHaven. Charles Steffey is visiting in the home of his son, Roy Steffey, and wife. TAKE ADVANTAGE vtfcSB /ja OF THE 3 GREATER W SPECIALS &m OFFERED BY THURS.-FRL GALESBURG MERCHANTS SATURDAY DURING 87 DAYS! TRY OUR SPECIALS THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY Chicken Dinner 87c Channel Catfish 87c Club Steak 87c Sirloin off Beef ..87c Swiss Steak 87c Above. Specials served with Potatoes — Vegetable — Salad Home Made Rolls and Butter ERNIE'S TASTY GRILL 60 South Kellogg IN Dauiblf. chrossnwn Starting FRIDAY at 9:30 A. M. BETTER FALL SUITS • Forstmann, Juillard, Anglo woolens in the Miction • Poodles, flannels, reps, novelties — all in favorite colors • Box-jacket and fitted suits — women's, misses' and junior sizes—(limited quantities in each) OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SIDNEY HELLER BLOUSES V* to V2 OFF for that 'cloud-like' feeling underfoot. Chapel Hill broadloom by Bigelow m BIGEIOW High-fashion luxury for your floors at an amazingly low price! This sculptured beauty is another famous Bigelow pattern, another outstanding broadloom value made possible by the expert combination of imported wools and special long-wearing carpet rayon. You'll find its rich carved design in your favorite color at 428 I. MAIN Prion* 4351 GALESBURG You've t«en Chapel Hill adver« tised in Life ... but wait till you tee this fabulous carpet with your own eyes! BUY FOR YOUR FALL WARDROBE BUY NOW FOR HOLIDAY WEAR and CHRISTMAS GIFTSI Always a real value, our famous SIDNEY HELLER blouses are twice the buy at these prices! Nylons and crepes in colors and white. Sizes 30 to 44. Handsome New Fall SKIRTS / 7 SAVE AND MORE $C98 ^ $ to 10 98 • Lorettes and Flannels • Plaids and Novelties e Slim and Full Skirts e Tweeds and Gabardines o New Fall Colors • Sizes 10 to 18 e inverted Pleats e Full Pleats 10% Reserves Your Purchase Pay only 10% now on our Lay-away Plan and distribute the cost with small, convenient monthly pay* ments. Then your purchase is all paid for when you're ready to wear it. BUY NOW on easy CREDIT TERMS! e A BUDGET ACCOUNT is a wonderful way to buy your purchase. Pay 10% now and the balance in small monthly payments. e CHARGE IT - We'll charm it to your account In to* usual manner.

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