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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 25, 1963
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8 GalesburgReQister-Mdil, Galesburg, III, Tuesdoy, June 25, 1963 jpeopie and jpiaceA . . • NOW ON THEIR WAV HOME to San Diego, Calif., Tommy and Tammy Hart (above) 7 and 5 respectively didn't want to miss any of the action of the TV cartoon show when the photographer called Monday to take their picture. The children and their mother, Mrs. Virginia Hart left last night on the El Capitan after a two weeks visit with their grandmother, Mrs. M. D. McCombs, 1403 E. Main St., and with Mrs. Hart's sister, Mrs. J. W. Hcnning and family. Mrs. Hart, a member of the Galcsbiirg High School Class of 1938, attended class reunion activities at Custer Inn on Saturday. Another sister of Mrs. Hart's, Mrs. Clarence Christian and three sons of Wcnona visited in the McCombs home after the Harts arrived, and her visit was returned by the California visitors and Mrs. McCombs last week. To Reside iit Granite City * # • lA/ed-Qnffitk \ IOWA Ptedaed Gowned in a candlelight peau de sole dress, Miss Joyce Ann West walked with her father to the altar of the Neidringhaus Memorial Methodist Church in Granite City, to pledge wedding vows with Lowell E, Griffith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin |*— _—— Linda West, sister 'of the "bride, as bridesmaid, were in white organza dresses over blue. White Alencon lace . formed the ap­ pliques on the controlled skirts marked at the waistlines with white satin cummerbunds. Veils were caught to crowns marked by seed pearls and blue flowers. Each carried bouquets of pastel blue and white daisies. Guests at the reception at the church were welcomed by the bride's cousin, Miss Carolyn Former of Jefferson City, Mo. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. James Nixon, Mrs. Gary Hart and Mrs. John Luckert. After a wedding trip to Michigan and July 1 the newlyweds will be residing in Granite City, where Mr. Griffith is an assistant service area engineer for the Illinois Power Co. Their address will be 2708 Harvey Place, Apt. 13. Mrs. Griffith, a graduate of Granite City schools and Asbury College, Wilmore, Ky., taught in the Granite City School system. Mr. Griffith, who attended Galesburg schools, was graduated from the University of Illinois, where he was elected to Mawan- da, senior men's activity >ionor- ary. He served as national president of Rural Youth of the U.S.A. Conference. The Social Side Griffith, of near Galesburg Rev. Frank Pierce read the double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock Saturday' for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erie F. West of Granite City and Mr. Griffith. David Rhea oj Chicago was best man and James Nixon of Columbus, Ind., groomsman. Guests were seated by John Parker of Springfield, and Walter Griffith of Macomb, the bridegroom's cousin, and David West, Granite City, the bride's cousin. Mrs. Russell West, the bride's aunt, was at the organ console to accompany the soloist, Mrs. Richard Brandina, and to present the prelude as guests were seated. Reembroidered Alencon lace formed the sculptured neckline of the bride's dress fashioned with fitted bodice, Side panels of Alencon lace marked the controlled skirt which formed a full chapel length train embellished with lace motifs. Bouffant silk illusion veiling was caught to a half-crown of seed pearls accentuated by lace petals and iridescent crystals. Miss West carried a cascade bouquet of white roses with English ivy. Attendants Miss Norma Byrd, Spencer, W. Va. as maid of honor and Miss Mr. and Mrs. Lowell E. Griffith (Miss Joyce Ann West) Ceremony Read in Bloomington parent A nnounce Miss Joy Wcthcrford Mr. and Mrs. John Wetherford, 1019 Lincoln St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Joy, to Willard Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Anderson of Knoxville. Wedding vows will be exchanged Aug. 25 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at the First Methodist Church chapel. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at St. Mary's Hospital. Her fiance, a graduate of Knpxville High School, is employed at Rex D. Johnson Grain in Oneida. Dunn-Smith Wedding Miss Dorothy Dunn of Abingdon and Jerry Lee Smith of Union Grove, Wis., will exchange wed ding vows Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock at tiie Congregational Church in Abingdon. No invitations have been nent but all -friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and to the reception to follow in the church parlors. Miss Dunn' is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dunn, Sanitary Road, Abingdon and parents of the future bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Smith of Union Grove. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Select Wedding Date Bride-elect, Miss K a t h r y n Horkstrom and her fiance, Donald E. Bell, whose engagement was announced early in May, have selected Saturday, July 6 as (he dale of their wedding. Vows will be solemnized at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at Corpus Christi Church. Friends are invited to the wedding and to the reception to be immediately after wards in the social rooms of the church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Horkstrom, 937 Bateman St., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bell, 201 Duffield Ave. Miss Susan Kay Pollock NOW At Vickroy's House of Ethan Allen Ktban Allen FURNITURE FOR FAMILY LIVING If you enjoy (he pleasures of family living and friendly entertaining, you'll love the warmth and welcoming cheer of our open stock Ethan Allen furniture by Baumritlcr. Astonishingly lovely solutions Co storage and decorating problems in every roorn-rnore than 250 pieces to choose from. Most modestly priced, too. VICKROY'S HOUSE OF ETHAN ALIEN 248 E. SIMMONS GALESBURG Open Monday & Friday Evenings Until 9:00 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pollock, 1012 Court St., Pekin, announce the engagement of his daughter, Susan Kay, to Louis Ronald Benncr of Pekin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Benner, 518 W. Edwards St., Springfield. The bride-elect, the daughter of Mrs. Richard Reilly of Morton, is employed by Pekin Loan and Homestead Association. Her fiance, the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Briggs Coffman, 538 Monmouth Blvd., is music instructor in Pekin Community High School. Mr. Benner, who attended Galesburg High School and was graduated from Chicago Fenger High School, attended Illinois Wesleyan University and was graduated from the University of Chicago and the Sherwood Music School. The couple is planning a December wedding. Wedding Is Sunday Wedding vows will be exchanged by Miss Nancy Lee Mason and William F. Krueger Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Baptist Church in Alpha. A reception will be held immediately following the ceremony in the American Legion Hall, Alpha. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. To conclude prenuptial parties, Miss Mason's parents will host a dinner at the Holiday Inn, Galesburg, following rehearsal Friday evening. The bride-elect's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mason of Alpha. Mr. Krueger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Krueger, also of Alpha. MR. AND MRS. EDMUND ADCOCK SCHOTT (above) who were married Friday evening in the Unitarian Church in Bloomington, took a short wedding trip to Chicago. The bride, the former Rebecca Susan Kilgore, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Kilgore of Bloomington and has just completed her sophomore year at Illinois Wesleyan University. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Frank Schott of Cameron, is a graduate of Galesburg High School and the University of Illinois. He is employed at Eureka Williams Co. as electrical engineer. Serve at Wedding Miss Jean Zigcnhorn was among those given serving honors at the wedding reception for Miss Mary Downard and Robert Brittingham Sunday afternoon at Henderson Street Baptist Church. Nuptial selections were played by Mrs. G. H. Wilkinson, organ 1st, and Mrs. Mildred Terpening was the soloist. VETERANS AND AUXILIARY Burlington Veterans and Auxiliary will meet Thursday evening at the American Legion Home for a potluck dinner at 6:30 o'clock. Beverage will be furnished. Short business meetings of both organizations will follow. Grind soft dried apricots with walnuts and mix with mayonnaise; use as a spread for sandwiches of date bread. MR. AND MRS. LOUIS EZZO (above), 613 W. Jackson St., Abingdon, will mark their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday. Friends and relatives are invited to call at their home during the afternoon beginning at 2 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Ezzo were married June 25, 1938, at All Souls Catholic Church, Abingdon. They have three children, Mrs. Roger Larsen of Galesburg and Toni and Anthony. both at home. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Mi-, and Mrs. Douglas Tracy were hosts Monday evening when couples of the Knox County Country Club met for games of bridge at the Lake Bracken Clubhouse. Prizes for high scores among the women were awarded to Mrs. Charles Buckley and Mrs. Ray Streedain and the men's prizes went to Francis Skipton and Ed Fritz. Special prizes were won by Mrs. Francis Noel and Arthur Hutchison. Hosts for next week's play will be Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stewart. Dress salmon with mayonnaise mixed with finely diced cucumber. TO CONDUCT DEVOTIONS Rev. James L. Agee of Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church will lead a short devotional service when members of the Ladies Aid of the church note the 25th anniversary of their organization with a silver tea. The event will be at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the church. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY BOARD St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary board members will convene at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning in the Doctor's Room at the hospital. Are Guests Of Honor Guests were present to offer felicitations to Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Sands, 114 N. Ivan St., who noted their golden wedding anniversary, on Sunday, from Chicago, Roseville, Stronghurst, Swan Creek, Rio, Toulon, Missouri and Pennsylvania. The open house was at the Methodist Church from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon, when Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sands of Philadelphia, Pa., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davia of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sands of Omaha, Neb., children of the couple, served as hosts. Serving honors at the table, featuring a golden theme, were accorded Mrs. Andrew Larsen, Mrs. Marie Reinhold, Mrs. Roy Nevius, Mrs. Ben Sanford, Mrs. Dale Sands, Miss Sandra Davia of Chicago, a granddaughter. Miss Cindy Sands and Miss Anita Sands of Swan Creek were in charge of the guest book. Nuptials Solemnized At Carthage Church Quick Toaster Instead of holding up your family's breakfast by toasting two slices of bread at a time, why not use your broiler for fast quantity production? Home service consultants point out that at east nine slices of toast can be prepared at once under the gas flame — but watch it closely! ICE (REAM SOCIAL 13(0 Floi#ac» Av#. Wed.. Ju»« » - i to I Coiitv, Ic« Cre»m, Fie or Ctfc« 30c Spon»or«d by Unity Lodg# Mo. m fc. A. of % of R.B.T, T/ IN MONMOUTH WALTER'S Gin HOUSE 117 East First Ave. BRIDAL GIFTS Open Friday * Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Vincent D. Mahoney (Miss Betty Alyce Bollin) Immaculate Conception Church in Carthage was the scene of the wedding Saturday of Miss Betty Alyce Bollin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs\ Carl Bollin of near Dallas City, and Vincent D. Mahoney of Moraga, Calif. Officiating at the double ring ceremony solemnized at 11 o'clock in the morning [ in pink and white with touches of green and centered with a three- tiered wedding cake topped with bells. Accorded serving honors were Miss Dixie Hobby, LaHarpe; Miss Marge Neilson, Chicago, and Mrs. Rolland Blair of Gilson. Mrs. Harry Bollin, Nauvoo, was in charge of gifts and Mrs. Robert Eckhardt, Dallas City, asked guests to sign the guest book. To Live in California The newlyweds will take a wedding trip through Missouri and western states en route to northern California, where they will be residing by the latter part of July. Mrs. Mahoney attended Nauvoo schools and received a B. A. degree in home economics from Monmouth College in 1957. She did graduate work at Knox College, Eastern Illinois University and at the University of Colorado. in the presence of the im mediate family was Rev. Christopher Schramm. The couple received felicitations at a reception at the home of the bride's parents, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a bouquet of white daisies and greenery tied with a cascade of white ribbon streamers as the floral complement for her white cotton lawn dress. The short sleeved gown^had a fitted bodice with bateau neckline and .short full skirt tucked all around. As the "something borrowed" for her wedding she wore the elbow length illusion veil and iridescent pearl headpiece worn by her sister, Mrs. Dale Eckhardt of Dallas City, for her own nuptials. Attendants Mrs. Eckhardt, serving as her sister's matron of honor, was in a pastel green dacron dress with embroidered bodice and full skirt. Her accessories were white and she carried a bouquet of pink daisies. Best man for the bridegroom, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. Mahoney, was Howard Simmens, Nauvoo, the bride's cousin. Immediately following the ceremony, dinner was served to members of the family at Flora Thum's Restaurant in Nrota. The refreshment table at the afternoon reception was decorated (Continued on page 9) STARTING JUNE 27th to JULY 6th SALE OF Men's Summer Pants .98c to $2 .49 Men's Summer Suits . $6.50 to $10.50 Men's Summer Shirts 49c to $1 35 AND MANY OTHER ITEMS Re-Sale Shop Open Daily 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Except Wed.—Closed all day from glittering heol to colorful toe... it's Shu -Mak -Upl A complete line of 24 colors, plus golds, silvers, and 12 glitter-colors. Shu-Mak-Up colors (and recolors) old and new shoes, fabrics and leathers, Applies easily, won't smudge or rain off. Conditioner, ,50, Shu -Mak'Up, 1.25, glitter-colors, .25. From sparkling heel, to twinkling to* color your shoes

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