32 GolesbufQ Reaister-MQil, Golesburg,III, Wednesday, June 26, 1963 Wedding Ceremony Read in Abingdon Church ABINGDON DOROTHV WHITSITT CORRESPONDENT Home Address: 705 W. Adams St. Phone 531 Sandra Snell. This Friday there will be a pet parade. Prises will be awarded for the largest, smallest, prettiest, ugliest and most unusual pets. Judging will be at 9:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons Jr. (Miss Fayc Chambers) In a double ring ceremony on Friday evening, June 7, at the United Pcntacostal Church in Abingdon, Miss Fayc Chambers of Abingdon became the bride of Russell Parsons Jr., of Galesburg Rev. Walter Howcrton officiated. The bride is the daughter of Merle Chambers of Abingdon and Mr. Parsons is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Parsons Sr., 213 Pine St., Galesburg. The bride wore a white ballerina length nylon jersey wedding dress with full skirt and long-sleeved white lace over- jacket. She also had a bridal illusion short blush veil with tiara- type crown and carried a white Bible covered with red roses. Mrs. Linden Taylor, bridesma- tron was'in a pink lace dress and carried a bouquet of pink carnations. Mr. Taylor was best man. The bride was given in marriage by Ralph Howerter of DeLong, where she had resided for the past year. During the prelude by Mrs. Robert Hatch, organist, Robert Howcrton and Ricky Foster scat' cd the guests. Soloist, Mrs. Rulil Howcrton, was accompanied by Mrs. Hatch. Mrs. Terry Bauglr man was in charge of the guest book and Mrs. Sala Foster look care of the gifts. A reception following the cere mony was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Linden Taylor, 107 Austin St., Abingdon. Mrs. Wayne Johnson and Mrs. Dclmar Quinn Jr. presided at the serving table decorated by a thrcc-ticrcd wedding cake with a miniature bride and groom on top. Pink candles were used in crystal candelabra. Mr. and Mrs. Parsons will reside in an apartment at 340 N. Broad St., Galesburg. KNOXVILLE MRS. ANNABEL PETERSON CORRESPONDENT Office hours, 7-9 a.m. 4-6 p.m. Home Address: 210 N. Timber St. Phone 289-9172 Homemakers Compare Costs Of Various Food Products KNOXVILLE - "Cooking Out of a Box" was the topic of the major lesson presented to P e r s i f c r Homemakers by Mrs. Earl Cook and Mrs. Robert Asbury when they met at the Cook home. They compared cost of these popular convenience foods with products which are less processed. Attention was called to several items which are among the cost decreasing convenience foods. They demonstrated the lesson by preparing hot cheese ring, meat balls in onion soup, and lemon pudding cheesecake, which were served at the close of the meeting. Roll call was answered by 13 members and four guests, telling of an embarrassing cooking incident. Guests were Mrs. Lewis Hess. Mrs. Robert Cook, Mrs. Cecil Mixer and Miss Barbara Adams. Finger Foods was the minor lesson, given by Mrs. Max Gale. Mrs. Robert Asbury and Mrs. Tom Collopy will represent the unit by assisting with the county exhibit at the Knox County Fair. Several members volunteered to donate cookies for a tea for nurses at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. Claude Worrell, Mrs. Robert Gustafson, Mrs. L. E. Olson and Mrs. Tom Collopy will assist in serving. The next meeting will be July 12 at the Dahinda Methodist Church. Members and friends of Dahinda Daisies, and Spoon and Spool 4-I-I clubs will be guests. Union Services Start The summer union service will be held at the Christian Church in Knoxville Sunday at 8 p.m. The speaker will be Rev. Lewis Root, chaplain at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Special music will be given by (be Christian Church members. The service is being sponsored by the Knoxville Council of Churches and the Ministerial Association. Hold Luncheon Mrs. Ralph Westerfield was hostess to Circle I of the Presbyterian Church at a dessert luncheon at the church recently. Roll call was answered with a Bible verse by 10 members and three guests. Devotions, "A People Called Out," taken froir the book, "One People of God," was given by Mrs. Archie Tapper. The program, "What Churches Are Doing in Africa," was presented by Mrs. Forrest Dexter, who also read missionaries for the day. Wins Honors Sandra Westerfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Westerfield, and Miss Urith Atkins, assistant guardian. The noble grand reminded the members that Abingdon Lodge would take the 3 -links pin to Roscville Tuesday night with Mrs Ncllc Smith and Mrs. Francis Chapman in charge. A social hour followed at the home of Mrs. Nell Dunlap, with Mrs. Bertha Johnson assisting Mrs Dunlap. The next meeting will be July 8 with a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. at the Abingdon Playground. Goff Appeirel "DISCOUNT HOUSE FOR TWO DAYS'' FRIDAY and SATURDAY, JUNE 28-29 Open Friday and Saturday Evenings for Discount Days Free Parking i COUPON " 1 I Good for I t 10% DISCOUNT on WORK CLOTHING and SHOES. I | -or^ 20% DISCOUNT on ALL DRESS CLOTHING I J EXTRA SPECIAL FOR DISCOUNT DAYS (No Coupon Necessary) Ladies' and Children's SUMMERETTES by Ball Band Reg. $4.95 — DISCOUNT DAYS $3.95 Reg. $3.95 — DISCOUNT DAYS $2.95 Remember — Open Friday and Saturday Evenings. Goff Apparel KNOXVILLE "MEN'S WEAR THAT MEN WEAR" Mrs. Betty Way is substituting until July 1 for Mrs. Dorothy Wliilsltt, Abingdon correspondent tot the Galesburg Register* Mail. Mrs. Way resides at 402 N. Washington St., phone 302.) Abingdon High School Class Of 1938 Conducts Reunion ABINGDON—Much reminiscing took place Sunday when the Class of 1938 of Abingdon High School met for its first reunion in 25 years, The committee that planned the celebration comprised Louie Perfi, Helen Brown Timmons, and Ollidene Shaw Timmons. The picnic dinner was at the Abingdon Play ground Shelter. Awards were given to Jim Bull for coming the farthest, from California; to Charlie Milton for haV' rug the most children, six; to June Stcgall Perry for having the youngest child and also having the most grandchildren, three, and to Jim Bull for having the least hair. Letters were read from Duane Porter, Los Angeles, Calif., and Jack Jameson from Manteca, Calif. A telegram was read from Bob Marshall from Northridge, Calif. Maj. Dale Harbert, who is stationed in Germany, had called from Macomb, but was unable to attend because hrs father died Sunday afternoon. The rest of the afternoon was spent taking pictures, studying the 1938 Tatler and visiting. Two former teachers who attended were Mrs. Ruth 'Moore Dunlap and Mrs. Dorothy Quinn Wenzelman, and the latter's husband, Max Wenzelman. Sign Roster Those attending were Mrs. June (Stcgall) Perry and two daughters and Louie Perfi, Abingdon; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Timmons (Ollidene Shaw), Roger, Jane and Greg, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Timmons (Helen Brown), Galen, Gloria and Ruth, London Mills; Miss Diana Lehnhausen, Fair view; Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Rus so and Jessie, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ezzo (Edith Lambertr), Abingdon; Mrs. Dean Foster (Helen Simkins) and daughter, New Wind sor; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Honig man (Martha Headlcy), Palatine Also, Mr. and Mrs. Lylc Jones and Jeff, Macomb; Jim Bull Brawlcy, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Steffener (Parolee Thorn' as), Sperry, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Rex Davis (Mareta Scott), De Long; Col. and Mrs. John Benner, Bud and Liz, Sun Prairie, Wis.; State's Alty. and Mrs. Claude J. Davis Jr. and children, Jerseyville; Mi\ and Mrs. Robert Dunap and family, Monmouth; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cramer, Williamsfield, and First Sgt. and Mrs. Charlie Milton and family, Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Dorothy Lagnese Reatherford (class of 1939) visited in the afternoon. It was decided to have another reunion in five years. Prizes Presented Children at Event Friday was hobo day at the Abingdon playground. About 25 children participated with prizes going to the following listed in order of placings: Funniest — Debbie Hungate, Crystal Lewis and David Fey; ugliest—Greg Weaver, Becky Fey, and Jimmy Hare; most unusual —David Darmar, Bonnie Benson, and Margaret Turner, third; prettiest — Rhonda Weaver, Mary Hare and Connie Thurman. Judges were Judy Shugart and Boat Club Members Improve Grounds The Abingdon Boat Club mem bers held a work day Sunday at the clubgrounds at Oquawka Fresh paint was put on the shelter and work was done on the docks and the shelter floor. A refrigerator was installed. Members and their families held a fish fry at noon and the afternoon was spent boating and water skiing. The regular Boat Club meeting will be held July 2 at 7:45 p.m at the hotel clubroom. News Items of Abingdon Locality A cookout was held at Lincoln Park Monday honoring Miss Blanche Rafferty of Florida. Others attending were Mr. and Joe Howard, Mrs. K. Famulener, Joe Howard, Mrs. K. Famulenen; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Adams, Galesburg, and,Jack' O'Neil. Mrs. Gladys Ahrensfeld left for her home in Park Ridge Tuesday after visiting with her father, William Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman returned home Sunday from Heyward, Wis., where they vacationed at Nelson Lake, along with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. H. E. Zenisek and family and Mr. John Zenisek, of Rockford. Greets Club Mrs. Carrie Hook entertained the Cashmen Club recently at her home. Prizes were won by Mrs. Mildred Ginther, Mrs. Jennie Palmer and Mrs. Ruth Foster. Mrs. Russell Turney spent today in Good Hope, visiting her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and 1 'Mrs. Glen Staifwalt, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Yeast. Mrs. Yeast is slowly im proving from her recent illness Visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nelson are their three grandchildren, Priseilla Kim and Zackary Ruhl, children of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Ruhl of Wichita, Kan. and Mr. and Mrs W. E. Nelson and family Susan Patty, Tom and David, of Salina, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reynolds Sunday entertained Miss Blanche Rafferty who is visiting here from Florida. Those from Abingdon attending the summer session at Western 111. University, Macomb, are Mrs. Leo Gillette, Mrs. Keith Brown, Mrs. L. P. Dechow, Mrs. Earl Howard and Mrs. Main Byram. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ralston and sons moved last Fridav from Galesburg to the George Castle farm on the DeLong road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Way and family left Saturday for a vaca tion in the South. En route home, they will visit his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Way and family of Kansas City. Visit In Galesburg The children of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne McNeil are visiting relatives this week in Galesburg, Kathy and Tina are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sholl and Penny and Eddie are with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George McNeill. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meadows and family left today for their home in Hickory, N.C., after visiting for the past week with his mother, Mrs. Lena Meadows, and other relatives. The Abingdon Garden Club will meet at the Library Community Room tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Robert Clayberg and sons Jeff and Pat of Cuba spent Monday with her mother, Mrs. Fern Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Art Amos of Greensboro, N.C., are visiting relatives in Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kilpatrick, Macomb, vasited Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Lyle Kilpatrick. His brother Jim returned to Ma comb, where he will spend several days visiting. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Irons is his mother, Mrs. J. O. Phelps, Kirksvillc, Mo., and Mrs. Lona Fergason and her daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Jacob, and three children. First Sgt. and Mrs. Charlie Milton and children of Indianapolis, Ind., visited his mother Sunday and attended the class reunion of 1938 in Abingdon. Fulton County Salon Convenes at Cottage Fulton County Salon 702 8 & 40 mcl Thursday night at the summer cottage of Mrs. Juanita Toohill for the June meeting. Preceding the business meeting, a boat ride on the lake was arranged for members. Mrs. Dorothy Dixon of Farmington, chapeau, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Anne Mitchell, Fairview, and Mrs. Anna Freeland, Farmington, were initiated into the group. Mrs. Charlotte Argei won a special award. Weed losses in the United States total some $4 billion annually. Dine at Victoria VICTORIA — Recent dinner guests in the Glen Symonds home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Schult of Elkhart, Ind., and J. E. Hawthorne, Mrs. B. B. Wood and Mrs. Mary Bromstrom of Galesburg. Rev. Clarke Speaks At Victoria Church VICTORIA - Rev. John Clarke of Knoxville was guest speaker at Victoria Methodist Church Sunday. The pastor and family are on vacation. A report on the Bible school program was given during the services. It was announced that June 30 from 3 to 5 p.m., a district briefing conference will be held at First Methodist Church ih Galesburg. Bible class will meet at the church Friday at 2 p.m. Public Stag June 28 Serving 6:30 ABINGDON AMERICAN LEGION HALL CHANNEL CATFISH District Officers Greeted by Lodge Abingdon Rcbekah Lodge met Monday at the Hotel Abingdon. The following served as Pro tern officers: Mrs. Nelle Dunlap, right supporter to the noble grand; Mrs. Ruth Bovard, left supporter to tlie noble grand; Mrs. Louise Lundstrom, conductor, and Mrs. Mina Foltz, outside guardian. 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