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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

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Hj.<Ujmikuto Realstef-Moil. Golesburg. HI *Jwo Mondov, July 1. 1963 ave iSeumond Class of '43 Members of the Class of 1943 at Galesburg High School stopped at the registration desk upon arrival at the Custer Inn for their 20th reunion Saturday. Pictured al the desk are Mrs. Melvin Nelson (seated) and from left to right Don Melin of Panorama City, Calif.; Major and Mrs. Don Ewing of Pittsburgh, N. Y., and Charles Sutton of Mexico City. Dancing was to the music of Speedjand His Rhythm Buddies, under the direction of Art Howerton. White and gold was the decor for the orchestra backdrop which featured a huge silver GHS topped with the 20th reunion marking. Also as part of the motif was a lamppost This part of the motif was reflected on each of the dinner ta- ICE CREAM SOCIAL R.L.D.S. CHURCH S3 N. Henderson St. July 2, 1963—Tuesday Evening Homemade Ice'cream and cake or pie — 35c 6 to 9 p.m. bles, as they were centered With a lamppost. Miniature figures depicting the various careers of the members of the class were also included. In addition a huge glittering map of the United States was trimmed with ribbons leading from all points in ,the states, where class members resided, to the hub of western Illinois. Is Chairman Ted Jordan was general chair­ man for the event. In charge of registration was Mrs. Dick Pearson; table decorations, Mrs. Charles Wetherbee; treasurer, Dick Champion; secretary, Mrs. Marge Tanney; master of ceremonies, Tom Poole; entertainment, Donald Light and correspondence and reservations, Mrs. Russell Fox. Also, decorations, Roy Johnson; hospitality, Mrs. Robert W. Poole, .and Mrs. Lois Gilson, program. Wide Awake Class Has When Loyal Wide Awake class of First Christian Church met recently at the church for a 1:30 o'clock dessert luncheon, a bouquet of summer flowers centered the attractive serving table. Committee in charge included Miss Marguerite Young, chairman, Mrs. Emily Watt and Mrs. Charles Booth. Mrs. Myrtle Ingles, president, conducted the business meeting which opened with the singing of "Blest Be the Tie That Binds." Mrs. Mildred Oaks was the accompanist. It was reported that 34 personal calls had been made during the Dessert Luncheon month. Mrs. Edith Cramer led devotions, using an article on "The Basque, the Sheep Herder and the Shephard Psalm." Mrs. Ingles introduced the program chairman, Mrs. Maude Mooney, who presented Bernard McKay, who screened slides of his tour to the Holy Land. Mrs. Ingles closed the meeting by reading a poem entitled "The Path That Leads to Nowhere." NU-KOMERS TEA Galesburg Civic Nu-Komers will have a tea Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at Holiday Inn. All members are invited. Class of '53 Graduates from Galesburg High School in 1953 gathered for their tenth reunion Saturday at the Elks Club. Pausing to have their picture taken were from left to right Mrs. Deane Berenson, Larry Stanners of Champaign, Mrs. Russell Henley and Gary Budd. Mr. Stanners, class president, vvelcomed the group gathered for the dinner dance, beginning at 7 o'clock. Dancing was to the music of Ray Alfaro's orchestra. Serving as co-chairmen for the event were Mrs. Henley and Mrs. Berenson. Centerpieces for the banquet tables were miniature replicas of outstanding events which took place during the 1952-53 season. Following the dinner, these centerpieces were presented to the classmate who was outstanding in the particular field, such as the Budget being presented to Mrs. Joanne ' Amato Burden, track centerpiece to Dave Wallace, Reflectavue to Mrs. Marilyn Tobias Kreps, basketball to Mr. Stanners,* football to Danny Howard, the "Red-Mill" Operetta to' Craig Cebert, homecoming royalty to Mrs. Sandi McGill Ver- Haar, spring formal to Mrs. Henley, the top honor student to Mrs. Arlene Searl Pearson, and National Honor Society to Bill Goodwin. The main decorating theme centered around a large-scale map of the United States with tacks locating each member of the 1953 class. Over 130 class- members are still living in Galesburg or the surrounding towns out of 287 members. The evening's prizes were pre- Wedding Is- (Continued from page 13) The Swedish-American theme, featuring the blue and yellow of the Swedish flag, was continued at the reception in the church parlors. Mrs. Terry Landman of Rockford was in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. James Dandierondonck, Mrs. Edward Ostrowski, Mrs. Don Bystry and Mrs. Paul Livek. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Emma Roseberry of Gales burg, Mrs. Francis Beverly of Monmouth, Mrs. Roger Schultz of Olympia, Wash., ,.Mrs. Helen Owens, -Miss Peg Swanson of Galesburg, the Misses Debbie and Carolyn Coziahr, the Misses Jamie and Kay Carey, Mrs. Pete Reiff, Mrs. Judy Kilgus, Mrs. Royce Basselman arid Miss Priscilla Jenkins of Galesburg. Upon their return from a wedding trip the couple will reside on a farm near Wyoming, where the bridegroom is farming. Mrs. Tuthill, a graduate of Kewanee High School, was graduated from, the Swedish American Hospital School of Nursing in Rockford. Her husband^ was graduated from Toulon High School. Unit Has Lesson On Packaged Mixes BCNU Homemakers Extension Association Unit had a morning meeting last week at the home of Mrs. Oscar Olson, 1337 N. Cherry St. In presenting the lesson, "Cooking From a Box " Mrs. DeWitt Sloan prepared three recipes from the lesson using packaged mixes. Good Salad Accordion tomato salad is as pretty as it is delicious. Make 4 or 5 parallel cuts almost to the bottom of the tomato. Insert slices of cheese or cold meat in each slit. Serve on lettuce and pass your favorite bottled salad dressing or mayonnaise, Put a coat of wax on the chrome trim of kitchen chairs and tables to keep them from rusting. PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL! PERMANENT f-00 WAVE D Tina, Dee, Jeanne, Paulette, Nadine Portorf (Gasway) LYONEL'S Bank of Galesburg 342-6334 Complete Air Conditioned Stereo Air Conditioned Dryers sented Edwin Miller of ^ Dixon, newest baby; Charles Myers of Rockford, largest family; Mrs. June McKnight Lehr, Janesville, Wis., most boys, and Mr. Myers, most girls. Mrs. Milton Tanzer Jr. was named chairman for the 1978 reunion. Arrangements were by the planning committee, Stanley Sutor, Mr6. Marion Stanforth, Mr. and M,rs. Russell Henley and Mrs. Berenson. Also, mailing committee, Mrs, Milton Tanzer Jr., Mrs. Dean Her- tenstcin and Mrs. Gall Griffith."' Also publicity committee, Mrs. James Hanna,' Mrs. Kenneth Sargent, Mrs. Al Urena and Mrs. Edward Alstedt. Also, welcoming committee, Mrs. Marilyn Kreps; special assistance, Mrs. Richard Baldwin and Richard Nelson of Springfield; decorating, Mrs. Berenson; entertainment, Mr. Budd. In Otc^ Thirty girls-and adults were in attendant* tim Caleaburg for the 32nd annua! Grand Assembly International Order pt Rainbow for Girls at the Conrad Hilton Hotel June 27, 98 and 3§, Mrs. Wayne Adcock, mother adviser of the local assembly served on the eligibility committee dur-' ~~--—~ tag the efections on Friday, at which time Mrs. Helen Dayle Palmer was elected to the office of grand worthy advisor of Illinois. Appointed as grand editor of the Rainbow News was Miss Sue Ellen Johnson of Galesburg Assembly. Miss Candy Jacobson, worthy adviser of < Galesburg Assembly, Miss Merrily Bellis and Miss Jane Augustson served in the Grand Choir during the sessions. Initiated into the Grand Cross of Color at the Chicago meeting were Mrs. Gene Palmer, Miss Nancy Oberg, Miss polly Heller and Miss Pamela rackler. Mrs. Adcock also served as* mother adviser at the Grand A.*» sembly Installation on Saturday evening when Miss Palmer was installed. Miss Diana Welker, Jr., past grand worthy adviser served as mistress of ceremonies and Miss Valerie Knox of Salem, past grand worthy adviser was installing officer. Miss Terry McKnight of Alexis was soloist during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Palmer, par* (Continued on page is) Air Announcing Galesburg's Own JEANIE ! FULLER hat joined our hair styling staff, with her advanced hair styling and training and 7 years ex* perience. We are sure you will be as pleased as we are. (Former Owner of Broadview Beauty Salon) LYONEL'S Hair Styling 337 Bank of Galesburg - Ph. 342-6334 Conditioned Air Conditioned Hair Dryers Girls' Sleeveless TOPS 3 to 14 $]48 and $|88 Woven shirt with convertible neck, solids and printed knits with scoop or jewel necks. Girls' 7 to 14 yr. JAMAICA SHORTS $]66 Side zipper closing style. Black, blue, red and white. GIRLS* SMART CULOTTES Sizes 7 to 14 $1 66 •Zipper back style in white Arnel triacetate or red and black duck. SALE! Girls' 3 to 14 Sleeveless SUMMER DRESSES THREE SALE PRICES *1 58 *2 44 ." $ 3 28 Large assortment sleeveless dresses in cool sheer cotton. Prints or solids. en Monday and Friday 9:30 till 9:00 Girls' 3 to 14 SHORT SHORTS and JAMAICAS 88c Cuffed legs. While, black, red or blue. Girls' 3 to 14 Sleeveless BLOUSES 88c Convertible neck or over- blouse styles. Whites and pastels. Girls' or Boys' Short Sets $] 66 4 $244 Large assortment boys' or girls' shorts with matching tops. Girls' 3 to 14 COTTON KNIT JAMAICAS $188 & $2** Name brand all cotton knit Jamaica shorts. Hue or tangerine and stripes. Girls' 3 to 14 Swim Suits Three Price Groups One or two piece styles. All sixes. Reg, 2.91 to $258 „ $348

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