Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 16, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 16, 1973
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1 (ktlesbufO ftjQistgf'MQil. GalMbufo, III. Monday. April 16. 1973 Calendar of Meetings MtJK Chapter AoM» Saturday Buffet Luncheon : Members ot the Beta Eta CRapter of Alpha Delta Kappa ifftt fdf an international buffet ]uhch«(ih Saturday in the home I B I Mrs. Dale Ralston, 1964 North »oad St. :'lThe business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Loretta Sher inian, president. Miss Mary iStfevens was appointed to repre- :^fnt Beta Eta Chapter at the State Convention April 27-28 at tlile Mariott Hotel, Chicago. : Mrs. D. R. Flanagan presenU -ed a program on fraternity edU' cation. Sie was assisted by Mrs. C. P. Jfohnson who discussed the history of the sorority, Mrs. Cluy Clark who talked about finances, and Mrs. Richard Turner, who reviewed the programs of the past year. New pledges introduced at the meeting were Miss Carmen Younger and Miss Rebecca Wil- Itams. Guests included Mrs. U. Leon Formhals, Mrs. James L. 'Sutler and Mrs. Marty Teel. Miss Weir(Continued From Page 10) Miss Wallace(Continued From Page 11) ranged by Miss Emily Keller and Miss Luann Johnson, the bride's cousins. Honors were given Miss Connie Wilson, Miss Winifred Wilson, both of Urbana, sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs. John Mark Wolf of Maquon, the bride's aunt, Mrs. Jack Robinson of Fredericktown, Mo., Mrs. Richard Hayward of Cameron, Mrs. James Stark of Dubuque, Iowa, Mrs. Richard Hartman of Oalesburg, and Mrs. Dan Schaubert of Champaign. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Wilson, who was graduated from Iowa State University, received her master 's degree at Northern Illinois University. She's teaching second and third grade in DeKalb. Mr. Wilison, who received his bachelor's and master 's degrees from Northern Illinois University, is employed by Genoa Shelter Care Vil age, Genoa. Miss Johnson(Continued From Page 10) white pompons and gypsophila sprinkled with diamond dust. Miss Darla Weir, Rio, was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Beth mttenhouse, Rio, and Miss Feme Van Rheenen, Chicago. -Miss Francy Loudahl, Louisville, Ky., was junior bridesmaid. They were in lavender dresses of sheer cotijn embossed fatwic. Eadi had matching ;wide brimmed hats trimmed in} ril)bons, and carried nosegay | bouquets in coiors similar to the bride's bouquet. Groomsmen Groomsmen were Dan Foster, Altona and Bill Henderson, junior groomsman was the bride's brother, Daryl Weir, Rio. Ush. ers were Ric Fritz of North : Henderson and Aian Haynes of - AJtona. Fdiowing the ceremony, a reception was held for the : couple in the church parlors. Mrs. Paul Bates, Lincoln, asked guests to sign the bride's hook. Gifts were arranged by Miss Sue Casteel, Aurora. Serving h<mors were accorded Mrs. Alan Hannam, Abingdon, Mrs. • Andy Neil, Mrs. Ric Fritz, North Henderson and Mrs. Ar; Ian Kistler, Rio. The newlyweds wilj reside in Monmouth after a wedding trip to southern Missouri and Ar: kansas. Mrs. Hannam, a graduate of ROVA High School and Illinois State University, where she was a member ol Pi Omega Pi, is employed as a business educa: tion instructor, Yorkwood High School, Monmouth. Her husband ; is a graduate of ROVA High. School, and attended Spoon River Valley Jr. College. He is employed at C & C trucking, Galesburg, as a dispatcher. Prior to that he liad served in the Ariny with a tour hi Okinawa. ing honors were accorded Mrs. Richard Wood, Victoria, Mrs James Dumse, Mrs. Merlyn Parkinson, Oneida, and Miss Deborah Anderson, Galesburg. Gifts were arranged by Miss Jan Cruce, Macomb, Mrs. Eddie Kirk and Miss Jackie McCormick, Macomb. Guests were asked to sign the guest book by Mrs. John Meers. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hazen, Oneida, were hosts for the reception. After a wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside at 645 W. Main St. Mrs. Dumse is a graduate of ROVA High School and is employed by the Burlington North- esn railroad. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is also employed by Burlington Northern. Miss Cushman((Continued From Page 10) brother, Charles A. Cushman, the bridegroom's brother, Mark Swanson, R. J. White and Charles Trone. Kelly Wilson was flower pirl and Michael Baker, the bridegroom's brother, was ring- bearer. A reception was held for the couple in the church parlors following the ceremony. Gifts were arranged by Miss Ann Delawder and Miss Jean Pruett. Guests were asked to sign the guest book by Miss Mary Hut chinson and Miss Becky Hutchinson. Serving honors were accorded Miss Rita Hans, Miss Cindy Hoerr, Quincy, Miss Mary Jean Fehr, Roanoke, and Miss San< dra Cottrell, Quincy. After a wedding trip the cou pie will reside at 442 E. Losey St. Mrs. Baker is a graduate of Galesburg High School and attended Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Peoria, and Carl Sandburg College. Her husband is a graduate of Galesburg High School. After a tour of duty in Vietnam with the Army, he is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. I sleeves, the gown had an A-line skirt. Chapel length detachable; T • train was caught at the waist-1 l^ingWBll line. Three tier veiling was (Continued From Page 10) Z 'oui ^jX^Jt ^""floral print organza gowns in Guests oifeT^ Sations tojshades of blue, pink and avocado Miss Dickerman(Continued From Page 10) the couple ai a reception which followed at tia church. After a wedding trip, the newlyweds wi:i reside at 460 Burgtaod Mrs, Lixxdeen, a graduate of Unity High School, attended Quincy College. A member of the Mendon Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star, Mrs. Lindeen was employed at Quincy College ' and Motorola in Quincy. She's a past grand officer in the : State of Illinois Order of Rain- over ivory taffeta. Venice lace hair bows threaded with avocado ribbon were designed by the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Nelson. Each carried single ivory glamelias accented by natural greens. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. Mrs. Jan Kiilinger, Palatine, sorority sister of the bride, asked guests to sign the register. Serving honors were biv/ for Girls. Mr. Undeen, a accorded Mrs. Wayne Nelson, graduate of Galesburg High I Akron, ^Ohio, iVlrs. Franklin La School, who served a two-year" ' tour of duty in the Army, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Miss Sickmon- (Oontinued From Page U) iollawed at the church were Duke, Oneida, both aunts of the bride, Mrs. Bill Murdock, the bridegroom's aunt, Oneida, Mrs. Mauritz Hodges, Rio, -Miss Janet Olson, and Miss Carol Olson, both of Altona. After April 22, the couple will reside at 2104-18th Ave., Moline. A graduate of ROVA High School, Mrs. Brown was gradu- given Miss Janet Bergman ofjated from Augustana College, Lincoln, Miss Dianne Gardner!where she was a member of of Bloomington, Mrs. Bob Fui- lerton of Ft. Madison, Iowa, and Miss. Elgie Harlow of Mon- amth. After a wedding trip the couple will resdie at 109Vi E. First Ave., Monmouth. A graduate of Midstate College, Peoria, Mrs. Fullerton is Phi Rho sorority. Mrs. Brown is training as an ophthalmic technician at the University Hospitals, Iowa City, Iowa. Her husband, a graduate of ROVA High School and Western Illinois University, Macomb, is teaching fourth and fifth grades I in the Moline School District. oKMiOEonmcmLL PARENTS CLUB tUtt Georte Churchill Junk>r High Schdof Parents Oub wUl meet Tueiday at 7:90 p.m. in the school library. The slate of officers for 1973-74 will be presented and open discussion will follow. EAGLES AUXIUARY The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7 :30 p.m. at the club. Officers meeting will precede at 7:15 p.m. There will be nominating and election of officers. DANDYUONS aUB The Dandyllons Club will meet Tuesday at 7 :30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. L. H. Stierwalt, 3202 Windsor Court. The speaker will be Miss Ella Hiler who will talk about the history of Knox County. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center fea tures watercolors by Bruce Bobick. The hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p .m. on Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Dorothy Richardson, Mrs. J. H. Gorman and Mrs. J. Phillip Dahlberg. NATIONAL COUNaL OF JEWISH WOMEN The National Council of Jewish Women will meet for a dessert luncheon Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Temple Sholom. The speaker will be Miss Anima Misa, Galesburg Senior High School AFS student. VESTA REBEKAH LODGE Vesta Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the Odd Fellows Hall. The last four month's birthdays will be observed. NEWCOMERS BRIDGE The Newcomers Afternoon Bridge will meet Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. in the community room of Home Savings & Loan Assn. for a salad luncheon and bridge. For reservations, members are asked to call Mrs. Elbert Hicks, 569 Phillips Ave. HOME CULTURE CLUB The annual meeting of Home Culture Club will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Harold Weaver, 33lO Windsor Ct., with Mrs. Min Doyle assisting. "The Jesus People" will be the program presented by Mrs. Harold Ahlberg. CHAPTER W Chapter W of PEO will meet for a luncheon Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Ella Long, 676 N. Prairie St. Mem^ bers are requested to call Mrs. B. V. McClanahan, 969 N. Prau-ie St. by Tuesday noon if they are unable to attend. KNOX COUNTY SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB Knox County Social Service Club will meet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at Holiday Inn. Mrs. Everett Taylor will present the program. OLDER AMERICANS Knox County Coordinating Association for Older Americans will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Community Room at Moon Towers. Thomas Herring, city manager, will be present to explam the program for older Americans and to answer questions. Interested persons of ail ages are welcome. ILLINOIS NURSES' ASSN. The 5th District Illinois Nurses' Association will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the All Faiths Chapel, East Moline State Hospital, East Moline. The program will be "Will Continued Education Be Necessary for RNs to Keep Their License?", presented by Mrs. Josephine Brant, vice president, Lutheran Hospital, Moline. All nurses and students are invited to attend. FORD V^ CLUB The Early Ford V-8 Club of America, Central Illinois Regional Group, will meet "Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Lake View Center, Peoria. Anyone interested in the early Ford cars produced during the years 1932-1948 is invited to attend. emiioyed in the olfice at West-iHe was affiliated with Alpha ern Stoneware, Monmouth. Hee, Gamma Rho traternity. husband is fanning with his .— fatiS i^^'*^'^ PAY DIVIDENDS! THE ANNUAL ARTS & CRAFTS FAIR —OPEN TO EVEHYONE— Sponsored by: THE KNOXVIIXE JUNIOR WOMENS CLUB Sat., May 5-10 am-3 pm (RAIN DATE MAY 12) Public Square, Knoxville To reserve a booth and for further information, call: Mri. Stuart Palvisoo, 3x., 2M-4597 Knoxville, Illinois I NOTICE StarNnfl April 29lh wt will ba Optn Everyday... Sundoy 8 o.m. to 8 p.m., Mondoy thru Salurdoy 7 o.m. to 9 p.m. MOnnni »Omt$S (4*5 Ib. Avg.) E-zm HAMS VIC Pick Bicon .H.HHH ..m8r Beef Rib 8 to 12 Lb*. Quality Plus TURKEYS Link SaiiSH ^p Sliced Bolop.n.i I: iih Canned Hams Ml, ,-(1 Country Style Ribs Lamb Legs W QUMITYnVSPn-iatfd Hm 11 So 13 lb. Tttrfctyi;.... / POPULAR BRANDS ShinkHtIf Ifct^r Cntif •|1f Slicn tb* • SmoM HUM sffir <^9f* IRAWBERRIESSII Gardtn Fr«h 6oz.Ctlto Bunch Qmn Radishes or Onions ............M .10 T«xu Medium ^ Yellow Onions 3 £8 49' FrwhCut . Daffodils d «.3y C/ACriipMiehijunApplM . Red Delicious .3 &i69^ CRfSP, SOt »0 PASCAL CEIEM I9« ^ ^^^^ MIRACLE WHIP 49* Pillsbury Angel Food CAKE MIXES V Al UABU COUPON Rosberry Mirocit 2S' Super Volue VEGETABLES Kitchen or French Gr. Beans - Corn " P «ii 16 01. $100 Com 9 DlthDaMrgmt EAt' iThrilL ....j2o<.Bottit59 i g WITH THIS COUPON • S Limit O M Coupon PwFimllv. • S ' Ooot Onlr at Kon'i I UM' • S Valtt* ^! 5 Olfar ExpifM tat., g^pOBOIjflflOflOOOOOOOOOOOOQOOOOOtO^ Flovorlte Brown & Serve ROLLS vzrf PINEAPPLE 2 69* 3 $400 SALAD DRESSING VALUABll COUPON iOxydoL... I WITH THIS COUPON S Umlt Ona Ceupoh Par Family. S^'boofOhlV at Kon'i Supar g Valua C3, Of far Expiraa lat.. ^ Si April 21, IMS ^ Jack-O-Lonfern CUT YAMS 29' '•ni I MARi,ARlNl 40 ox. Con BLUE BONNET FLEISCHIVIANN'S49* 11 / Cinnamon Rolls American Cheese 79* V Al UAbU COUHUN v^^^ ICE CREAM Bread Dough S9( Bomb Pops 2 2¥ boiree cm &«i PRICE S WITH THIS COUPON S Limit Ona Coupon Par Family. a g 0«ed Only at Hen'a Supar 3 Valua S Offar Sxpiiaa Sat., g j= April »l, l»7» g ^J) 0 op poo 0 Q 0 P 0 Q 0 0 p 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Q (j l| p (^1^ Lond '0 Lokt Sliced AMERICAN CHEESE Dinner Rolls 1 Rffitttr For BANKROIL i \ You Baad not ba praaant to win - tomar draw a nama out of tha ' avary Saturday — That paraon . Monday to abow that tiiair card bi I Nama drawn laat waak: M M- * I don, lU. Card not punchad i MO PURCHASE N .. you haven't registertd for tho Giant Easter iasket, Conto in and Register. (No purchase necessary.) Name will be drawn April 21 . . on display Nowl

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