Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1963 · Page 9
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t i V Kenneth Lou Douglas of Rev. and Mrb. Douglas of Pott Byfon, became the bride df Jimmy Perry Jacobs, scin of Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobs of Mi Pleasant, lorn, Sunday, as her father, as slated by Rev. Walker Butter, read the double ring ceremony fit 2 o'clock. The wedding was at the Biggsville Methodist Church. Best man was Terry Jacobs of Rockford. Mrs, Ray Smith, organist; presented the prelude as guests were seated by Robert Coffin of Springfield and Dr. Gerald Gerlc- man of Fairfield, Iowa.\ Miss Douglas, given in marriage by her father, wore a cotton lace over taffeta dress, fashioned with a scoop neckline and elbow length Sieves. .The bell jshaped skirt featured a deep inverted front pleat and back tafteta bow. Flower*, trjmmed the forward disc worn by the bride to hold her veiling. She carried a white Bible with cascading floral arrange- mentt Open p t Matron of Honor As her sister's matron of hon or, Mrs. Robert Coffin of Spring field, wore a sea foam dress wore a sea fashioned with green darker green panels topped at the back with a flower. Mrs. Coffin carried a cluster of white carnations. She had a MR. AND MRS. HENRY ROGERS JR. (above) were married In the Klrkwood Methodist Church at 7:30 o'dock Saturday evening. Mrs. Rogers ts the former Miss Charlotte Leone Pence, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Pence, Klrkwood. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Sr. of Industry. The bride, a 1962 graduate of Western Illinois University, attended graduate school at Arizona State University at Tempe, Ariz, last year. Her husband was graduated from Monmouth College In 1961 and teaches in the Joliet High School, Jollet. MR. AND MRS. ALVIN DUKE (above) of Kewancc will celebrate their 35th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at the Union Federal Loan Building In Kewanee. Friends and relatives are Invited to call from % to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Duke were married July 4, 1928 at the home of the late Rev. N. T. Allen in Galesburg. They have three daughters, Mrs. Ralph (Betty) Jenkins, Kewanee, Mrs. Kenneth (Alice) Hampton, Chicago and Mrs. Mary Denton of Kewanee. There are five grandchildren. Mr. Duke is employed by the Kewanee Park Board. a matching green shoulder length veil. r Honors church tiara with at the reception in the were shared by friends and relatives of the bride, among them Mrs. Robert Seymour of Biggsville. After a wedding trip through the northern states, the couple will reside at 500^' E. Green, Mount Pleasant, Iowa. In the fall the couple .will reside in Davenport, where the bridegroom will attend the Palmer School of Chiropractic. He was graduated from Mount Pleasant High School and is em- CENTER PIECE RENTAL BOWLING SUPPLIES Party Supply Store 84 S. PRAIRIE ST. Shower and Wedding Supplies Armed Forces r Club Plans Picnic Armed Forces Service Club members met Monday evening in the Community Lounge of the YMCA with Mrs. Efnest Rice, president, conducting the business session, at which plans were made for the annual picnic. The event will be Wednesday, July 17, at Lincoln Park, with a picnic dinner to be served at noon. The auditor's report for April, May and June was given by Mrs. Elmer Guenther. Reports wei'e given on the ward party at Galesburg State Research Hospital June 24.* Refreshments were served by Mrs. Everett Rees and Mrs. Rice. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Carl Carlson, Mrs. Lula Kennedy and Mrs. Elsie Lipsky. Mrs. Rice won the special prize. • Mrs. Virgil May was a guest. V ployed by H. Eugene Smith Construction Co Mrs. Jacobs, a graduate of Union High School, Biggsville, attended Iowa Wesleyan and is employed at the Mental Health Institute in Mouiit Pleasant. Three's Company Postnuptial (Continued from page 8) are very imitative. Teach the first one to eat the right things and the others usually follow suit. Especially when it's two against one. HELP: i By the time children, the Shower Honors Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baker of Rio, whose wedding was June 8, were honored at a miscellaneous shower recently in the home of got three I Mr. and Mrs. Ted Olson youve eldest is usually I Alexis. , Co-hostesses with near Mrs. willing, even anxious, mother, because it shows that he to help | Olson, an aunt of the bridegroom, were Miss Beverly Baker, his has reached a stage beyond de-j sister and Mrs. William Myers, also the bridegroom's aunt. After the bride had opened an array of gifts refreshments were served. pendence. The eldest of three children is a natural top sergeant. He or she takes great pride in seeing that the other two carry out parental instructions. BABY SITTING: After a few years, No. 1 invariably becomes old enough to take care of this task. They often do it willingly, for it allows them to stav un late. but it's time to stay up I could Attending were Mrs. Nancy Murrell and Carol of Roseville; Mrs. Barbara Blunt, Mrs. 1 Ray Bird, Linda and Donnie, and Ted Olson and sons, all of Alexis; Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Trial and family, Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. William of the bride- Baker, go on, get home to my three children. All parents and William Myers and groom, family all of Rio. Also Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Guenther, Mrs. John Guenther Note to brides: that kitchen | and family, Miss Bea Redington girls. floor must be swept, every and any grimy spots wiped day off. and Miss Ruby Alexander, all of Galesburg and Harvey Guenther Jr. of Chicago. VFW Auxiliary President Lists Committee Chairmen New officers presided at Monday evening's meeting of the Auxiliary to Knox County Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars in the Post Home, during which Mrs. Edna Martin, president, listed appointive officers and committee chairmen. Pro tern officers serving during the evening were Mrs. Frances Fisher, Mrs, G. Guenther and Mrs. Leila Garrett. Mrs. Nellie Pahlow and Mrs. Martin reported on the 44th annual Department Convention at the Pere Marquette Hotel in Pporia, June 28 through 30. A series of prominent speakers addressed the convention and joint installation for veterans and aux- conducted in the iliaries were Grand Ballroom. William Davis Hall of Des with smart, colorful CANVAS AWNINGS Stake your claim to some cool summer living with colorful canvas awnings F Shade your patio with a big, beautiful canvas canopy and you all but add another room to the house. Keep hot sun off window glass with canvas awnings and you discover a delightful difference in room temperatures, Cool, shady, comfortable, And what a personality change you'll see in your home! Gay stripes to give it a festive flair •,, handsome solids to blend with roof or siding • • • pretty pastels to accent painted shutters or doors. Take your pick from hundreds of panvas colors, Call us to come by with samples and give you a free estimate, 4 1 1 * 4 - * ••M. -V. .4+4. r n 4 r • 4 - 1 4- * 1 « 4 r 4 ». 4 4 + *• 4i - P H F * 4 H 1 * 41 F h L 1 • P- r • 4" L I * "" L -'4+ I > ri x n 4 FVP" V-' t W W f f 4 w 4 w 4i # • h - . 1 T_* L T" ^ \mims V- F * •P" * 4h r-. S.J i__ _4 T " GALESBURG CANVAS PRODUCTS Plaines was the winner of the essay contest sponsored by auxiliaries and membership and scrapbook awards were presented, delegates related. Mrs. Imogene Eaton, 1963-'64 auxiliary president, named Miss Marion Griffin, Monmouth, a past district president, as department historian. Committee reports at this week's meeting were given by Mrs. Pahlow and Mrs. Arlo Randell and acknowledgements were read. Tables were decorated with bouquets of flowers, and Flags and other Fourth of July motifs when refreshments were served during the social hour. Members of the committee were Mrs. Nell Scott, Mrs. Lyman Moon and Mrs. Grace Burch. When a recipe "stick** of butter, use Vt calls for a pound or \z cup Shoppers Convenience OPEN Ivtry FRIDAY NIGHT P.M. SCANDIA 117 West U**y Strttt 343-9384 BAKERY tUNCH Civic Nu-Komer Has Coffee An informal afternoon coffee for members and new prospective members was held Tuesday afternoon from 2 to 4 o'clock at Holiday Inn by Civic Nu-komer, Mrs. Wendell Farris was host- • • h ess welcoming the new prospective members and new members, Mrs. Lonnie Cook. Mrs. James Hohm led the group in Several party games after which refreshments were served. Red, White And Blue, Order Of the Day The Independence Day theme was carried out with flags, firecrackers and, summer flowers on the tea table when members of Cottage Hospital Children's Room Association met Tuesday for the social hour in the Nurses Lounge at the hospital. The hostess group for/fhe afternoon was the Wcrnalfs Association of First United Presbyterian Church, with Mrs. E. G. Tribbey, Mrs. Edward Logsdon and Mrs. Walter Doty as members of the committee in • charge. Mrs. Harold Lashbrook, president, was accorded serving honors. A busy two hours had been spent in the sewing room preceding the social hour and a number of articles were completed for hospital use. Mrs. Lashbrook conducted the business session. New Windsor 4h Bride-elect Is Honored Mrs. Irving Shaw of Oneida was hostess Saturday afternoon at a miscellaneous bridal shower in her home, honoring Miss Marilyn Roberts of New Windsor, whose marriage to Douglas Campell of Mesa, Arte., will take place July 13. The afternoon was spent socially and in playing games, with prizes going to Miss Roberts, Miss Edith Reynolds, Mrs. Adelaide Reynolds and Miss Marion Ward. The serving table carried out decoratrons in the bride-elect's wedding colors of blue and white. •1 Galesbur NEW YORK (AP) - Mom and Pop just might have a good time shopping for toys this Christmas. For a change they'll be confronted with counters full of the kinds of playthings they under* stand — the spinning tops and fire engines and dolls they had when they were children. No New Trends If a trend toward something new and different showed up at the American Toy Fair, nobody no* ticcd it. Instead, the emphasis seemed on the traditional, tried- and-lrue toys that have delighted youngsters for years. Often, of course, they have a new gimmick so you'll know they're 1963 models. They're Updated Dolls ,talk, drool, kiss. Toy animals talk, walk, toss back balls. Trucks and fighting galleons are motorized. Miniature models of home appliances are powered by electricity or battery and are supposed to do a real job. They're all there —sewing machines, vacuum cleaners, hair dryers, washer-dryers, food mixing machines — all the things a little girl growing up in a pushbutton society, needs to learn about early in life. Fewer Science Toys Games seem to be more difficult, and possibly will appeal to adults too. If you' re wondering whether Powdered sugar sprinkled on a cake plate keeps a cake from sticking to the flat surface. Ken- of a But dolls now's the time to see whether a mechanical monster will charm or chill your child, it won't be much 6f a problem. There aren't many around. Is your young sprout an embryonic Einstein? Good scientific toys are available, but there isn't the confusing plethora of last year, when the Space Age was getting off the ground and every little boy wanted to launch his own rocket. First Family Again For a change, the John F. nedys are getting something breather from exploitation, there is a family of tiny (daddy is a doctor), reported to look like miniature humans, and if the .mother and the teen-age daughter aren't supposed to resemble Jackie Kennedy it's the strangest coincidence of' the toy fair season. A JFK (Just For Kids) rocker may have a presidential look about it, but it's none the less a good piece of furniture for young ones. It's always said of everything from fashion shows to toy shows when there's no outstanding trend —there's something for everyone. Since there's no runaway favorite, this Christmas it may be possible to select toys a child wants because he likes them and not because they're the hit of the season. You can add milk, water or no liquid at all when you are getting eggs ready for scrambling. mte every nite on an 0STERM00R Your best sleep buy! And you CAN buy a good night's sleep . . . right here at Ferris. 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