Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 2, 1963
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g fiotesbura Reaister-Moil, Golesburo, Tuesday. July 1 1963 ORCHESTRA LEAGUE—Mrs. George Madsen (second from right), 1217 W. North St., recently participated in annual con* vention activities of the American Symphony Orchestra League (ASOL) in San Francisco as the representative of the Galesburg Symphony Society and the Galesburg Symphony Women's Guild, Mrs. Madsen is shown here (I. to r.) with ASOL board members Mrs. Gerald Green of Hartford, Conn., Mrs. H. W. Roberts of Dallas, Tex., and Mrs. Helen Thompson, ASOL executive secretary from Vienna, Va. After completing her western trip, Mrs. Madsen will return to Galesburg in early July. The Knox-Galesburg Symphony Orchestra is a member of ASOL. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Howe and Larry and Catherine, of Tucson, Ariz., have returned to their home after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Morgan, 1540 E. Brooks St., and her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gale C. Weir and Joyce, Dale and Karen, of Maquon, and other relatives. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Hosts for couples bridge play at the Knox County Country Club Monday evening were the Ted Stewarts and Don Wright. The evening's prizes were won by Mrs. Phil Wilson and Mr. Wilson, and the prize for bidding and completing a grand slam bid was won by Mrs. Charles Buckley and Russ Cunningham. Mrs. Ralph Britt won first prize for the women, Mrs. Paul Peterson, second. For the men, Douglas Tracy won first and Mr. Cunningham, second. Jay-C-Ette Board Has Evening of Cards Cards were the diversion of the evening as the Jay-C-Ette joint board met Monday at Holiday Inn. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Don Peterson, Mrs. Ed Appel, Mrs. David Godsil and Mrs. Donald Oftedahl. There will be a board meeting in the home of Mrs. David Gustafson, 488 N. Academy St., in August. LOOK NO FURTHER WEBER'S Prints Wedding Invitations Napkins and Matches. WEBER'S GIFT SHOP 149 East Main Attend AAUW Convention Mrs. Ray Enlow and Miss Deborah Wing, delegates of the local branch of the American Association of University Women, have returned from the AAUW biennial convention in Denver June 24-28. Over 2,080 college women attended the convention which for the first time had representation from well over half of its 1,514 branches. The two-year long study of the structure committee recommendations to give a new look and in-depth study approach to the association's program culminated in the acceptance by the convention. For the next two years, the program will center on four topics, bridging the gap between science and the layman, the American family in a changing world, Occident and orient, and expectations for education.. Speaking of the new program, Dr. Anna L. Rose Hawkes, of Orleans, Vt, retiring AAUW president, told members at the regional luncheons that "this is the first major constructive reorganization in this association in 50 years." A contest for the four-year term as president of the association was settled in favor of Dr. Blanche Dow, Nevada, Mo. Dr. Eunice Roberts, Bloomington, Ind., was the losing nominee. The 1965 convention will be in Portland, Ore. News tor and About Women feature deride . . . Miss Gertrude Gilmore Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gil- Honored at Parties Miss Starr Sue Varner Miss Starr Sue Varner of Knoxviliej will become the bride of Gary Lee Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Johnson of Williamsfield, Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church in Knoxville. Friends and relatives are' ~ —«—, invited to the wedding and to the reception to follow at the church. Miss Varner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Varner, also of Knoxville, has been the guest of honor at several parties. Mrs. Lorraine Young, Mrs. Helen Pierson, Mrs, James Moore, Miss Sharon Johnson, Miss Janet Pierson and Miss Mary Margaret Pierson were hostesses at a shower for Miss Varner on June 11 at 7:30 at the home of Miss Sharon Johnson of Dahinda, sister of the bridegroom-elect. Pink sprinkling cans were hung from the lights and the serving table was centered with a blue umbrella. Serving were Mrs. Varner, Mis. Ralph Johnson and the hostesses. Prizes were won by Mrs. Verna Palmer, Miss Mary Ann Murdock and Mrs. Darwin Moore. At Galesburg Mrs. Charles Forsythe and Mrs. Clyde Whitlock gave a linen shower for Miss Varner June 2 at the home of the former, 1250 W. North St. The gifts on a table were covered with a blue umbrella. Prizes were won by Mrs. Violet Lambie, Mrs. Dorothy Ramp and Miss Barbara Doubet. GUEST LIST The following were present at one or both showers and not previously mentioned: Miss Robbie Doubet, Mrs. Louis Hendricks, Mrs. Richard Bailey. Mrs. Ann Whitlock, Mrs. Joan Bailey, Mrs. Albert Dou- Shift to Spice If you use a two-cup flour cake made with whole eggs and shortening, you can omit the vanilla called for and substitute 1 teaspoon of cinnamon, l h teaspoon nutmeg, V\ teaspoon cloves. Sift the sprees with the flour, baking powder and salt. 8 AND 40 Members of Knox County Salon, 8 and 40 will convene at c! o'clock Wednesday evening in the American Legion Home. more of Towanda, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gertrude Lorene to Clark Alan Strader, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Strader, 219 Madison Ave. The bride-elect, who was graduated from Normal Community High School and Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing, g ^g.XX'ffi.r'rt is employed as a nurse at Gales- Weaver, Mrs. Addle Jarvis. Mrs. burg State Research Hospital. Her A^GMb^"' Mary Murdock> fiance, a graduate of Galesburg ; High School and Knox College, Congregational Church at 4 is employed at Beatrice Foods o'clock in the afternoon. The re- Co. ception will follow in the church Sunday, Sept. 1, is the date set parlors. All friends and relatives for the wedding in the Central are invited to attend bet. Also, Mrs. Ray Ramp, Miss Virginia Ramp, Mrs. Raohel Spilnian, Mrs. Wendell Welsh, Miss Alta Spillman, Mrs. Jean Johnson, Miss Sharon Johnson, Mrs. Faye Dossett. Also, Miss Janet Pierson, Miss Janice Varner, Mrs. Cecil Palmer, Mrs. Selma Johnson, Miss Betty Brown, Miss Joyce Brown, Mrs. Goldie Worrell, Mrs. Eileen Gibson. Also, Miss Carol Jane Gibson, Mrs. Jim Ross, M: s. Hazel Dunbar. Mrs. Nellie Pahlowe, Mrs. Hazel ^uid in ^J^e \ewanee a arc Miss Patricia Sickttioti... Miss Patricia Ann Sickmon who will become the bride of Donald L. Olson of Maquon, Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in First Methodist Church in Monmouth was the guest of honor at a linen shower given last week by Mrs, Edward T. Jordan, 947 S. Cedar St., an aunt of the future bridegroom. Prizes in the evening's games were awarded to Mrs. Frank Hopkins, Mrs. Arthur Howerter, Miss Vicki Howerter, and Mrs. Florence Rose, all of Maquon and Miss Virginia Eck. Gifts for the bride-to-be were presented in a wicker laundry basket decorated in her selected colors of blue and white and also presented as a gift. Mrs. Lloyd Sickmon, mother of the honoree, was accorded serving honors at a table covered with a blue cloth and centered with blue bachelor buttons, gladioli and baby's-breath arranged in a cut crystal bowl. Blue candles in crystal holders were at each side. Also attending the party and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Dale Olson, mother of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs. Jean Bailey, Mrs. Cora Smith, Mrs. Ted Scharfenberg, and Miss Mary Olson, all of Maquon; Mrs. George Palmer, Miss Sharon Feely, Mrs. C. J. Hoben, Mrs. Carl Hund and Miss Kathy Jordan and Miss Peggy Sickmon of Monmouth. (Additional Social Items on Page 10). Zion Lutheran Church in Kewanee was the scene of the Friday evening wedding of Miss Virginia L. Anderson of Kewanee and John A. Foshay of Knoxville. Miss Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle F. Anderson, 127 Smith St., Kewanee, and the bridegroom, son of Mrs. Rollin Foshay, 204 W. Main St., Knoxville, were married in a double ring ceremony read at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. Robert Edlen. With her wedding dress of chantilace and silk organza the bride wore a double Swedish crown of the same lace, highlighted with pearls and crystals, to hold her full bouffant silk illusion veiling. The long-sleeved gown had a sabrina neckline and fitted bodice and the skirt was composed of alternating tiers of lace and organza ruffles. As she walked down the processional aisle with her father she carried a cascade bouquet of pink Garnet roses and stephanotis. Attending the bride were Miss Janice Amburgy, Kewanee, maid of honor, and Joy Schertz, Tiskilwa and Miss Sandra Leonard, Kewanee, bridesmaids. They carried crescent arrangements of white daisies tied with pink ribbon to complement their pink cap-leeved nylon organza gowns made with sweetheart necklines and bouffant trimmed organza skirts. Their maline veils were caught to pink double Swedish crowns. Presents Prelude As Miss Judy Parker, Annawan, played the organ prelude, Jim Anderson, Buda and Tom Steele, Knoxville, seated the guests. Paul Foshay, Knoxville served as his brother's best man. Groomsmen were John Willetts, Peoria and Gene Middendorf, Kewanee. Cousins of the bride, Michael Huffman and Thomas Anderson, both of Kewanee, lit the candles preceding the ceremony. The pink and white wedding theme was continued at the reception in the church parlors. The refreshment table was centered with a bride's cake decorated with a pale pink cascade of roses. Accorded serving honors were Miss Sandra Nicholson of Kewanee, Miss Nancy Housh of St. Augustine. Miss Phyllis Hepner of Neponsct and Miss Marjorie Caldwell of Northampton, Mass. Miss Betty Low of Kewanee asked guests to sign the guest Mrs. John A. Foshay (Miss Virginia Anderson) Miss Kathryn Horkstrom... Miss Kathryn Horkstrom and Donald Bell w,ill be married Saturday after* noon at 2 o'clock at Corpus Christi Church. The bride- elect, who has been the guest of honor at a trio of parties, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar J. Horkstrom, 937 Bateman St. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bell, 201 i Duffield Ave. Two Parties Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Stevens honored the bride-elect with a towel shower June 24. A picnic supper was served to the guests at Lin coin Park. A cake baked by Mrs. Stevens and attractively dec orated in the bride's colors serv ed as a table centerpiece. Mrs. Raymond Rundle, aunt of Miss Horkstrom, entertained in her home at 216 W. Tompkins St. the evening of June 14, with a miscellaneous shower. Games were played with prizes going to Mrs. Harley Mundwiler, Mrs. Robert Bell and Miss Joan Potts. The dining table was decorated in the honoree's selected wedding colors of blue and white. Linen Neighbors and friends honored Miss Horkstrom at a linen shower given by Miss Mary Devoss and Miss Gladys Davies in the home of Miss' Devoss at 925 Bateman St. on June 14. Guests were served a brunch by the hostesses. Table deeora- tions were bouquets of sweet peas and roses. GUEST LIST Attending one or more of the a' ove parties and not previously mentioned 1 -'c Don Bell, Robert Bell, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Horkstrom and Sharon, Miss Roselyn Horkstrom, Mr. and Mrs. Axel Greenquist, Miss Ruth Ann Stevens. Mrs. Mary Oakes and Mrs. James Vitali. Also, Miss Judy Mundwiler, Miss Carolyn Stephenson, Mrs. Byron Stephenson and Marilyn, Mrs. Rol- Iand Potts, Mrs. Wallace Horkstrom. Miss Barbara Bell, Mrs. Oscar Horkstrom, Miss Ros,elyn Horkstrom and Stephanie Gunsack. Also, Mrs. Richard Pearson, Mrs. Rose Anderson and Mrs. Clarence Bowles. book and Miss Cheryl Anderson of Kewanee and Miss Pamela Caldwell of Northampton, Mass.. were in charge of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Foshay took a short wedding trip to Wisconsin and are now at home to friends at 106 '/2 East Side of Square, in Knoxville. The bride and her husband are both graduates of Wetherfield High School, Kewanee. Mrs. Foshay attended Knox College last year and was a member of the Knox Choir. She affiliated with Sigma Alpha lota, professional music fraternity. The bridegroom, who attended Brown's Business College, is employed in the' office of Burlington Truck Lines, Inc. Beauty Salon 756 West North St. UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Owner Betty Gould OPEN HOUSE SPECIAL JULY 1st to 6th Shampoo & Sets _ $1.50 Permanent Waves Reg. $10 00 Red. $750 Introducing linda Curies* Experienced Operator* By JEAN SPRAIN WILSON VVe have yet to see the cook no matter how dedicated, who isn't interested to use on occasion a whirlwind recipe for a company dessert. So here's the latest jig- time rule tested in our kitchen. The dessert was put together in about 10 minutes. Then after a brief chilling, it was ready to be served — a creamy lemon-flavored surprise that our tasters liked with strawberries and blueberries. How's the feat accomplished? The magic ingredients are unflavored gelatin, hard-frozen lemonade concentrate, ice cubes and whipped cream, and they're combined by a special technique. Jigtime Lemon Chiffon 1 pint heavy cream 2 envelopes unflavored gelatin 1 cup water V-2. cup sugar VB teaspoon salt 3 ice cubes (equivalent to Vz cup water) 1 can (6 ounces) hard-frozen lemonade concentrate Sweetened sliced • strawberries Blueberries Whip cream until stiff and refrigerate. In a 2 %-quart sauce- Attend Picnic Seventy. persons were present for the annual picnic Sunday of Country Air Mobile Home Park, 704 Wisconsin Ave., promoted by Mrs. Robert Gottschall and Mrs. Lois Kerr. Main feature was a cake, shaped as a mobile home, baked and decorated by Mrs. Gottschall. JULY 4TH DESSERT—Lemon Chiffon, made In Jigtime, Is refreshing. For a patriotic flower-piece, fashion a flag out.of red carnations, white sweet peas, blue bachelor buttons and white stephanotis. pan, sprinkle the gelatin over the 1 cup water to soften. Stir constantly over moderate heat until the gelathi dissolves and the mixture heats — about 3 minutes. Remove from heat; add sugar and salt; stir until dissolved. Add ice cubes to gelatin mixture; stir until melted, then blend in undiluted lemonade concentrate. The gelatin mixture should now be slightly thickened — about the consistency of unbeaten egg white. Add whipped cream; stir to blend; if there are a few blobs that don't blend easily, gently Former Candy Factory Workers Have Reunion A picnic dinner, was served in the Lincoln Park Pavilion Sunday noon to 48 former employes of the McCollum Brothers Candy Factory meeting for their annual reunion. During the afternoon which was spent socially pictures were taken of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hogan, who are noting their 50th wedding anniversary today, were presented with a gift. Officers elected for the coming year were Mr. Hogan, president; Don Barton, vice president, and Mrs. Ray Albro, secretary and treasurer. The 1964 reunion, scheduled for the last Sunday in June, will be at Lake Storey. beat them to blend. Turn into a large bowl and chill briefly, just until barely set. Garnish with strawberries and blueberries and serve a mixture of the two fruits as an extra accompaniment. Makes 8 to 12 servings. Notes 80th Birthday The past week has been a pleasant one for Mr. and Mrs. Roswell Johnson, 1281 E. Brooks St., whose nine children have been home to help celebrate Mr. Johnson's 80th birthday anniversary. In honor of the occasion a picnic dinner was served to 85 relatives and friends Sunday in the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. The Johnsons have 31 grandchildren and 19 great-grandchildren. House guests and callers from a distance on Sunday and during the week included Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson and Danny, Long Beach, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cowman, Mendota; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Abbott, Kathy, Tim, Kristie Sue and Martha, Vincent, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Johnson, Karen and Susan, Worth, 111.; Ralph Johnson, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Frances Bush, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mrs. Susanna Weeks, Enid, Okla.; Mrs. James Rocco and children, New Rochelle, N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Salter, Cleveland, Ohio. OPEN 4th JULY Fremont Store 7 a.m. to 10 p. East Losey Store 7 a.m. to 1 p. Regular Route Delivery 4th July PARK DRIVE "OLD FASHION" Ice Cream Large Assortment ot Flavors SHERBETS • ICE (REAM NOVELTIES ICE (REAM ROLLS • HAND PACKED ICE (REAM CAKE ROLLS • DIABETIC ICE CREAM New Park Drive Dairy Store BROAD and FREMONT STREETS FRESH DAIRY PRODUCTS — LUNCH MEATS OLD FASHION ICE CREAM — KRAFT CHEESES COMPLETE LINE BAKERY PRODUCTS Open 7 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily including Sundays. PICNIC SUPPLIES Paper Plates - Paper Cups - Charcoal PARK DRIVE DAIRY Eoit Lofty ot Whiteiboro Homo Pflivtry Service SEMI-ANNUAL SALE OF BETTER SHOES CLEARANCE Buy for or *" ess for Men — Women — Children VALUfcS TO $13 9 5 NOW! 4 79 SOME 6 /S 4i S.7» VALUEi TO $ 19 9S NOW! 6 79 SOME *a li i) ROTHE

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