Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 15
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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8 Report of Convention Mrs. Elisabeth Shunlck, delegate ffdffl James Shields Woman's Relief Corps to the 80th Department convention in Peoria, June 14 _ 16, gave a report of the meeting when the local corps con» vened last week in 100F Hall, Mrs. Thomas Sepich presided. Mrs. C. E. Miller who presided at the convention as department president, ia a member of Jame9 v4 m m fl Attend Grand* (Continued from page 14) Miss Nelson- (Continued from page 13) ... — Mrs. Led Haitsman, department secretary and Mrs. Edwin McCants, chief guard. Serving on the credential committee were Mrs. Hausman and Mrs. Nellie Rank and Mrs. LeRoy Cruys and Mrs. C. E. Houghton were conductors. Mrs. Sepich presented Mrs. Miller with the gift of a money tree from the James Shields Corps. In her address to the convention, Mrs. Miller noted that her corps had had the honor of having two department presidents and she outlined activities and accomplishments of the past year. Convention Delegates Mrs. George Brogan and Mrs. Hattie Gladfelter were elected as delegates to the national convention to be in Cheyenne, Wyo. Announcement was made that the National Headquarters under construction in Springfield, will be dedicated Aug. 20. Mrs. Louise Swanson was elected as department president for the coming year and local members named as department officers were Mrs. Gladfelter, chaplain and Mrs. Hausman, who will again serve as secretary. Serving as pro tem officers at last week's meeting were Mrs. Hausman, Mrs. L. W. Owens, Mrs. Gladfelter and Mrs. Rank. Committee reports were given by Mrs. Russell May and Mrs. Ethel Vancil and acknowledgements were read. Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Nellie Stoner of Kewanee, were guests. Announcement was made that members will tour a Peoria department store July 26, and there will be a sewing session at the home of Mrs. A. N. Walberg, 564 eftts of Miss Palmer, were seated in the Bast during the installation, The Galesburg Order of DeMolay traveled to Chicago to perform at this time. Miss Pm Facklor, past worthy adviser of Galesburg presented Miss Palmer her colonial bouquet from Grand Assembly. Miss Candy Palmer, her sister, carried the crown in on a white satin pillow and Miss. Jane 4 Augustson placed, the crown on Miss Palmer's head. Miss Palmer has chosen for her color, yellouV and all garden flowers as the flower and her Motto is "God's Hand in Mine." Attending the three-day session and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Clarence ManWorren, Miss Sharon Enlow, Mrs. Sandi Weber, Miss Charlotte Self, Miss Phyllis Peacock, Miss Nancy Bowen, Miss Becky Smith, Miss Mary Canada of Galesburg and Miss Linda Kinder and Miss Margann Andrews of Abingdon. Those traveling to. Chicago on Saturday for the installation were Mrs. Don Johnson, Mrs. Riebert Stewart, Mrs. Charles Swegle, Mrs. Clarence Spilman, Mrs. Lawrence Peterson* Mr. and Mrs. Bud Templeton, Miss Dianna Moody, Miss Terry Swegle, Miss Kathy Templeton, Miss Debbie Spencer, Mrs. Don Cameron and Mrs. Grace McGrew., Galesburg Assembly will have a open reception for Miss Palmer on July 13 at the Masonic Temple. CENTER PIECE RENTAL BOWLING SUPPLIES Party Supply Store 84 S. PRAIRIE ST. Shower and Wedding Supplies Comfort First Comfort should be given' as much consideration as style when you choose the clothing you plan to wear or work. You can't do an efficient job when you're strangled by a. high neckline or cinched at the waist so that you can hardly breathe. N. Cedar St., July 18. Named as aides by Mrs. Sepich were Mrs. Houghton, Mrs. Cruys, Mrs. May, Mrs. Brogan, Mrs. George Palmer, Mrs. Al Rennick, Mrs. Shunick, Mrs, Louise Pence, Mrs. McCants and Mrs. Frank Bell. Preceding the meeting a luncheon was served honoring members noting birthday anniversaries in April, May and June, with Mrs. Lewis Baldwin as chairman of the committee in charge. PHILODENDRONS 1 FRESH - BUSHY - GREEN Just Arrived! Plants SPECIAL Regular ($2.25 Value)—Cash and Carry ANDERSON FLORISTS 128 N. Broad 312 E. Main the prelude were Lorry Howie of Viola, Kenneth Barman of f/nn Center and Paul Nelson of Kio. Groomsmen were James Bailey and Rodney Lindsey, both of Rio. Garlands of ivy accented the bride's crescent cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotls centered with a lavender orchid and veiling flared crisply about her shoulders. The controlled bell- shaped skirt of her wedding dress ^wept into a chapel train and the lice* fashioned with bateau tint neckline and long sleeves, was fastened with a row of small buttons down the back. Appliques of embroidered organza flowers trimmed the front of the gown. Attend Bride Miss Judy Bowman pf North Henderson was Miss Nelson's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Joyce Rinas of Chicago and Miss Rosalie Huff of Woodhull, the bridegroom's sister. The Misses Janice and Sallie Wickstrom of Roswell, N.M., nieces of the bride, were flower girls and lighting the candles before the ceremony were sisters of the bridegroom, Miss Frances Huff <and Miss Carolin Swartout. Attendants' taffeta dresses had fitted bodices with small sleeves and softly rounded necklines which dipped to d back vee and the modified bell-shaped taffeta skirts had overskirts of chiffon. Each wore a lavender veil held, by a small pillbox hat and carried a crescent bouquet of white daisies tied with lavender and silver ribbons. The candlelighters and flower girls, who carried small rose baskets, were also in lavender. Reception Later, guests offered felicitations at a reception in the church parlors. The four-tiered wedding cake centering the 'refreshment table was encircled with green-* ery decorated with lavender flowers and topped with miniature bride and bridegroom,/ Double lavender tapers in crystal holders were at each side. Given serving honors wer§ Mrs. James Bailey of Rio,. Mrs. Jack, Miller of Reynolds and Miss Mary Hallberg and Mrs: Gary Davidson, both of Galesburg. Miss Joan Schroll of Chicago was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Miss Karen Swanson of Woodhull, Mrs. William Gould, Mrs. Dean Morlan and Miss Janet McLaughlin, all of Alpha. On return from their wedding trip to Colorado and after July 6 the newlyweds will reside at 804 South 8th St., Monmouth. The bride, a graduate of Al- Wood' High School, attended Northern Illinois University at DeKalb and will be a senior at Western Illinois University, Macomb this fall. Mr. Huff, also an AlWood High School graduate, attended Browns The chic sheath makes beautiful scenery everywhere. Elasticized to negotiate curves, tucked at the graceful scoop neckline, over new contour bra, Faille w 4 in fashion colors. 8-18. 17.95. just wear a smile and ajantzen DOWNTOWN GALESBURG OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS TILL 9 P.M. •Steady* In Stitches If a fact reported by the Japan Sewing Machine Council catches on, a number of American teenage girls will be embroidering pictures of their favorite movie stars on their blouses, ovtr their hearts. It's done by tracing over a photograph*, pinning the sketch to the blouse, stretching material and sketch over an embroidery hoop and embroidering along the penciled pattern. Business College and the University of Illinois. He is assistant plant engineer at Ralph Wells Co., Monmouth. Guests attending from a distance Were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Nelson, Karen and Jean of Gulf' port* Miss.; S.M. Sgt. and Mrs. Elmer Wickstrom, Janice and Sallie of Rosvvell, N.M., Miss Carol Roschke and William Ottley, NAperville, Mr. and Mrs. David Waters of DeKalb and Mr. and Mrs. Dori Vincent of Quincy. WOM Have r Installation Ceremony Mrs. E. W. Church was installed as senior regent of the Women of the Moose in ceremonies Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Moose Lodge Home, when Mrs, Loren Painter presided as installing chairman and Paul Olson was installing officer. Serving with the new senior regent during 1963-'64 will be Miss Mary St. George, junior graduate regent; Mrs. Al Rennicks, junior regent; Mrs. Eugene Lempke, chaplain; Mrs. Charles Roelle, recorder; Mrs. Gfcorge Benson, treasurer; Mrs, Kenneth Love, guide; Mrs. Rodney Price, assistant guide; Mrs. Violet Wilson, sentinel and Mrs. Donald Holeman, Argus. Other installing officers were Mrs. Paul Olson, chaplain; Riebert Stewart, Mrs. James Penick and Mrs. Viola Roll, guides and Mrs. C. D. Lammerts, pianist. Mrs. John Stiles, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs, J, W, Madigan. Escorts for the installation were Mrs. John Adams, Mrs, Melvin Jeffries, Mrs. Alma Martin, Mrs. Ida Kaiser, Mrs. Nellie Blakewell, Mrs. L. J. Baldwin, Mrs. Frank McDowell, Mrs. George Palmer, Mrs. Aurelia Johnson, Mrs. Delores Ronnie, Mrs. Ray VanVytv ing, Mrs. Thomas Sepich, Mrs. Este Sparling, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. John Bruington and Mrs. John Barton. Miss St. George presented Mrs. Delmar Reed with a past senior regent's ring and pin. Gift bearers were grandchildren of the officers. Miss Karen Brandenberg was in charge of the guest book. Following installation refreshments were served by a committee composed of Mrs. Fred Ste* gall, Mr. Stegall and Mrs. Ronald Kunklc. Newly-installed officers will pre- Wclcottie Back As part of the soft, pretty look for summer there are some revivals of old-fashioned friends that will be welcome. Back with us will be matte jersey in powdery blue shades, with matching chalk bead embroidery and silk georg­ ettes which look ever-so-femmine. side at the next meeting when Mrs. Church will list committee chairmen for the year. Summer Dessert Canned apple slices, e combined with ras blueberries (or both) interesting fruit dessert fctip toff- warm day. Sprinkle brown sugar over a and top with a spoonful of souf cream. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Give your fruit salads a new treat. Add a little honey to th# mayonnaise or salad dressing. J 1- p >ANNOUNCING LEE BEARDSLEY IS NOW ASSOCIATED AGAIN WITH SIR-PRISE BEAUTY IN BROADVIEW HOTEL ROYCE DARRAH- Owner You Can Count on Us...Quality Costs No More at s ARS ROEBUCK AND CO American Window. Porch Outfits Regular 3.98 * • ' * * 4 • W • * • h _ + _ I * _+ - * • * - 3x5-foot 50-star w • I _ + _ * i i i + • • * * • Steel Bar Type Top Carriers Steel-slat Basket Auto Top Carriers ****** Sears Price r 42-in. long, ideal for compact c&rk Rubber suction cups. 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