Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1963 · Page 10
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10 GQ|e .sbii .ra.,Registe .r -.Meil. GotesbMrflt !.M... Thursday, June 27, 1963 owan J2nde of J4. ad. Jackson Miss Elvria M. Cowan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cowan, 1366 Mulberry St., became the bride of Harvey L. Jackson of Rock Island on Saturday at the Second Baptist Church. Rev. C. L. Coleman read the double ring ceremony for the bride and bridegroom, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Jackson of Rock Island, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. At the organ was Mrs. Irene Carter to present the prelude and accompany the soloist, Mrs. Coleman. Best man was Merwyn L. Collins of Rock Island. Guests were seated by Ronnie Qutck, Robert Tary and Marion Collins, all of Rock Island. Walks With Father For her wedding the bride, who Vary Vegetable Slices of bread and cheese wrapped around stalks of cooked asparagus make a delicious luncheon dish, or when cut in small pieces, can be served as appetizers. Trim the crust from slices of sandwich bread, Toast one side of each slice under the gas broiler. Grate a half-pound of sharp cheddar cheese, add an egg yolk, and beat well. Spread the mixture on the untoastcd side of the bread. Add a stalk of cooked asparagus, roll the bread around it and fasten with a pick. Place the rolls in a baking dish, brush the tops with butter, and brown in the gas oven, preheated to 375 degrees, for 10 to 15 minutes. Don't Refrigerate According to home economists refrigerating iced tea may cause it to turn cloudy. If this happens add a little boiling water to the pitcher. This will restore the tea's amber-clear color. was given in marriage by her father, selected a white lace wedding gown over taffeta. The neckline of the dress with its fitted bodice was scalloped, and the skirt bouffant. Her while flowers touched with ivy. Miss Molly Ann Wilson, maid of honor, Miss Laura Brannon, Miss Judy Autmon, Miss Dfane Settle, bridesmaids, were in soft pastel yellow, pink and blue dresses. A reception followed at the church. The couple are residing at 1231 Sixth Ave., Rock Island, where the bridegroom is employed at Farmall International Harvester. Mrs. Jackson was graduated from Galesburg High School in June. Her husband rs a graduate of Rock Island High School. Future Bride... Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Jackson (Miss Elvria Cowan) Jdrkwood dhurch Scene of C^i HOMEMADE ICE CREAM SOCIAL Henderson Grove Church SUNDAY, JUNE 30 5:30 to 9 Donation 35c. KIRKWOOD — The Kirkwood Westminster Church Saturday evening was the scene of the. exchange of wedding vows by Miss Joyce Gray of Kirkwood and Joseph Gist of Lake Forest. Rev. George H. Hardy officiated at the double-ring ceremony at 8 o'clock, reading the ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gray of Kirkwood, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gist of Lake Forest. Guests were seated by Robert Gray of Tampa, Fla., brother of the bride, and Ray Metzger . id Charles Scheer, both of Lake Forest. Mrs. Robert Rhinehart was at the organ. She accompanied Eric Matson of Lake Forest, soloist. Ronald Behem of Lake Forest was best man. Mrs. Carl Goff of Monmouth served as matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Miss Claire Ann Gist of New York City, a sister of the bridegroom, Miss Alice Sanners of Knoxville and Miss Phyllis Dawson of Naper ville, college friends of the bride. Little Miss Linda Burns of Lake Forest was flower girl, and Master Stephen Clements of Kirkwood, ringbcarer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a silk faille gown, styled with rounded neckline, long buttoned sleeves, fitted bodice and a long, flowing train. The top of the skirt was decorated with rosebuds of self material, and Miss Gray's bouffant shoulder-length veil was caught to a cluster of white faille roses, edged in pearls. Her bridal bouquet was of white roses and stephanotis with white streamers. Identical dresses of yellow silk organza over taffeta were worn by all the attendants. Their headpieces were of yellow veiling, caught up with a yellow eremonvf. rose. Each attendant carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white baby mums. Reception Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Mahogany room of the Colonial Hotel in Monmouth, where guests were greeted by Mrs. Cleo Dye of Kirkwood and Mrs. Meredith Flatt of Media. They also shared cake serving honors. Guests were registered by Mrs. Steve Harvey of Steger. Serving honors went to Mrs. Charles Scheer of Lake Forest, Mrs. Raymond Hume of Kirkwood, Miss Mary Jane Nagel and Mrs. Gary Brown of Monmouth, Mrs. Jack Winebright, Mrs. Harold Poling, Mrs. Archie Mcintosh, Mrs. Ronald Brown and Mrs. Berald Crandall, all of Kirkwood. Gifts were displayed by Mrs FROM NEW WINDSOR—Mrs. Martha Klodt of New Windsor announces the engagement and Reproaching marriage of her daughter t'atricia Josephine (above) to Gordon Whitaker, son of Mrs. Paul Bowers of Bloomington, Ind., and the late John Whitaker. A July wedding is being planned. Miss Klodt was graduated from Wlnola Senior High School. Her fiance, who was graduated from the Bloomington High School, is attending a television school at Kansas City, Mo. -H9S3 STORE HOURS: Monday - 12 Noon to 9 P.M. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Friday - 9:30 to 9 P.M. Saturday - 9:30 to 5 P.M. 9:30 to 5 P.M. Enjoy The Cool Comfort...The Perfect Fit... of Playtex Cotton Bras only $2.50 Cotton & Lace Bra. Longlasting lace cups fully lined with soft cotton for double support and no see-through. Machine washable, too. Also... Magic-Cling® Bra with non-slip panels so the back won't ride up... Fashion-Magic® Bra with special underlift panels... Cotton-Dacron® Bra combining cool cotton and easy-care Dacron® polyester. ALL COTTON BRAS WHITE 32A to 40C $2.50 / 'f 1 si* v ; v u »--.*s7 /// .'/// " >nm* ;w.< //•'•• -'-'I''' -'// 'i ////'k 9 /,/ //.\ ,§r •' •</;/ ... / Playtex Living* Bras move with you... breathe with you... For Every Summer Activity Now...the all-elastic back is Stretch-ever® elastic —made without rubber—so you can machine wash Playtex Living Bras in detergents or bleach ...won't yellow, pucker or stretch out. With n>lon or cotton Dacron cups. White 32A to 42C §3.95 PLAYTEX LIVING® BRAS ALSO IN STRETCH-EVER® SHEER ELASTIC FOUNDATIONS - O.T.'s - SECOND FLOOR Edward Livingston and Mrs. Russell Howard of Monmouth and Miss Marilyn Walker of Peoria. Throughout the evening, organ music was played by Mrs. Ward Melvin. After a wedding trip to Wis consin Dells and July 1, the cou pie will be at home at Mundelein. A graduate of Kirkwood high school, the bride attended Del Mar Junior College at Corpus Christi, Texas and Western Illi nois University at Macomb. She plans to continue teaching physical education at Lake Forest in Gorton School. Mr. Gist was graduated from Lake Forest High School and attended Lake Forest College. After serving in the Navy, he returned to Lake Forest where he is employed by Hahn Brothers. About People- (Continued from page 9) its safety razor." And to top it off. . ."the company has been flooded with 'thanks' from women all over the country for giving the ladies their own personal equipment to make them smoothies." For those boating there's a "beach bag that's a beach pillow that's a buoy. This plastic, inflatable bag has an air tight plug and can be inflated by mouth." Just looking, thanks. For Salads Blue cheese dressing is good on salads or vegetables. Stir l k cup of instant nonfat dry milk into M> cup of water. Add 1 garlic clove, minced, VA cup of crum- 1 bled Blue cheese, 2 tablespoons of salad oil, 1 tablespoon of I lemon juice and Vs teaspoon of [ salt. Shake well. Chill before serving. Makes about 1 cup. READ THE WANT ADS! Shift To a Shift Summer is a-comin' in, bringing its usual quota of hot, humid clays. When the temperature soars, you'll want to slip into the coolest airiest clothing. One of the best hot weather dresses and most fashionable is the shift. At Kellogg Drake and Co. this week, you'll find the saleswomen in the yard goods department modeling the latest in shifts. A quintet of patterns, in gay bright colors are available for your selection. One is black, white and brown, ith a circular modernistic design; one is moss green with a huge type modernistic fish; one is floral, with a pink background- another is turquoise with touches of yellow and orange and the last jne is orange, pink and blue. The gay brilliant shifts are fashioned from two full fabric panels, trimmed with bias tape. If you use a pattern it is suggested you adjust the size to your figure and allow for the correct hemline. Each panel costs $1.49. Now "shift for yourself."—Adv. Wedding to Be Saturday YATES CITY - Miss Patricia Barlow of Maryville, Kan., and Chester Childers, grandson of Mrs, Alma Childers of Yates City, will be married Saturday in Maryville. Mr. Childers, who ts stationed at Lincoln, Neb., is the son of Gaillard Childers, but has resided with his grandmother most of his life. Benefit Tupperwore Party EASTER SEAL CENTER 169 S. CIDAR All Day Saturday, Junt 29th KNOX COUNTY ASSOCIATION FOR CRtPPLtffl, INC. 9 A.M. to 4 P.M. Cash proceeds front Sale for Benefit for Knox County Easter Seal Center. For further information Call 3434118. vHMiv.v.v.v Special Purchase! Sleeveless SUMMER BLOUSES Regularly would be $ 2.98 . Choose from solids, checks, prints and Schiffli embroidery trims. Inner or outer types, overblouses or tuck-in styles in dacron polyester and cotton, broadcloth, gingham and pique. White and pastel colors. choice $ 2 « Sizes 32 to 38 Wonderful Selections! JAMAICA SHORTS $ 2 « AND $J38 Smartly made of dacron polyester and' cotton, tar- poon plaids, cotton batiks, denims and cotton knits. Black, beige, blue, green, red, white and pastel colors. Sizes 5 to 13 and 8 to 20. ACTIVE SKIRTS Back or Front Wraps! Suspender Skirts! Culottes and Action Skirts! $348 Featured in dacron polyester and cotton, Arnel triacetate denim, denim, broadcloth. Black, beige, blue, green, red, white and pastel colors. Sizes 8 to 18, OPEN MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS, 9:30 A.M. Til 9 P.M. •••••

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