Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 17, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 17, 1973
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Announce Daughter's Engagement Mr. and Mfs. John A. Prlsk, Kewanee, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Judith, to Joseph Baamonde Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baamonde Sr., Tampa, Florida. A June 9 wedding is being planned at the Lutheran Church, Cambridge. Vows will be spoken at 7 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception following in the church parlors. Students Will Give Wednesday Recitals Knox College students will offer recitals Wednesday at 4 p.m. in Kresge Recital Hall of the Knox Center for the Fine Arts. The recital is open to the public. No tickets are required. Appearing on the program will be Kathy Leahr of Galesburg; Jack Dare, Evanston; Kenneth Roche, Chicago, and Ted Reu ter, Galesburg. Also Kenneth Roche; Joseph Crumrine, Geneva; harpsichordist Mr. Reuter; Catherine Cox, Park Ridge; harpsichordist Rebecca Burling, Carthage; Dr. Ronald Kogen, Knox assistant professor of music and Janet Howell, Kenilworth. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! ADK Chapter « Hears Miss Misa Members of Upsilon Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa were given a glimpse into the country of Ghana Saturday afternoon, when they met at the home of Mrs. George Reynolds, Cambridge. Mfs. Paul Peterson introduced Miss Antma Misa, of Accra, Ghana, West Africa. • Miss Misa is an AFS student currently attending Galesburg Senior High School. Ghana is an agricultural country and one of its main exports is cocoa. Miss Misa said. The country was formerly a British colony, and the British influence is still evident, especially in the school system. Miss Misa said that Ghana is an independent country, at present ruled by the army. She displayed a number of articles which came from her homeland. Mrs. William Kalin^ president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Kalin and Mrs. Peterson were selected as delegates to the State Convention in Chicago, April 27-28. Refreshments were served by the hostess and Mrs. Tom Wilson, Mrs. William Ro^lk and Mrs. DeLoyd Nelson. MALES' formol weor "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 30f/342 -SeM After SIX, Loni Wait. Palm Baach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas ^ 10 Wait Main St., Oalaibuig GIA Convenes The Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers met Monday afternoon at the Eagles Club. Mrs. C. W. Westerdale, president pro tem, presided. Mrs. Robert Stackhouse served as vice president; Mrs. Zelma Richards, past president, and Mrs. Marie Spenader, star marshal. Plans were discussed for a bazaar in June. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Wedding Will Be April 21 Miss Susan Boyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Boyer, Quincy, and Richard Tabb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donn Tabb, Cameron, whose engagement was announced in September, have selected April 21 as their wedding date. Vows wild be spoken at 7 p.m. at the Trinity Qiurch of Christ in Quincy. Easter Flowers White lilies, symbolizing purity, have long been used to decorate church altars . and homes at Eastertime. According to a researcher of a greeting card company, many of the trumpet-shaped Easter lilies grown in the U.S. today are descended from plants brought here from Bermuda, China and Japan. The lily family also includes garlic, onions, leek and asparagus. Spooner Sams Meet The Spooner Sams dub met for a potluck supper Saturday evening at the First Church of God. The business meeting was conducted by Bill Church, presi- Ident. Three liew members were welcomed into the club. Calendar of Meetings BN VETtCRANS The Buriington Northern Vet erans and Ladies Auxiliary will have a potluck dinner Thursday at 6 p.m. at Steele Middle School. Meat will be furnished by the committee. Meeting of ihe two organiza tions and entertainment will follow the supper. GET TOGETHER CLUB Mrs. Evelyn WooUums, 490 N. Broad St., will entertain the Get Together Club Thursday at 1:30 p.m. MOTHERS, FRIENDS OF THE RETARDED CLUB The Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Sunnyside School, 1640 Moshier Avenue. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon's Get Acquainted Coffee will be Wednesday, 9:30 a.m. at First United Presbyterian Church. Babysitters will be provided. For information or reservations, members are aksed to call Mrs. Don Scherzinger, 1270 N. Prairie St., or Mrs. Ronald Copher, 1072 Willard St. Golesbufg Register-Moil, Golesburg, III. Tuesday, Apr(| 17,. 19^3 11 St. Augustine Church Is Scene of Wedding St. Augustine Catholic Church, St. Augustine, was the scene of the wedding for Miss Adrienne Harl'an, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Maynard Harlan of London Mills, and Paul Nicholas Marinich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marinich of London Mills, on April 7. Vows were pledged at 1 p.m. as Rev. Michael Arms read the double ring ceremony for WEDNESDAY SURPRISE Each Wednesday, Wolfsie 't will pick one fashion item from tineir own stock and reduce it In price for One Day Only. Tlie item we pick will be a current up to date fasiiion fabric or notion item, not a close out or any out of season merchandise. Be sure to see Tuesday nights paper to find out what "Wolfsie's Wednesday Surprise" will be. Wednesday Only! April nth All Polyester DOUBLE KNITS 10% OFF Regulor Price • 60" Wide • Solids • Stripes • Plaids Fobric & Yorn Shop 331-337 E. Moin — Goleiburg Mr. and Mrs. Paul Marinich (Miss Adrienne Harlan) the couple, who reside in Farni- ington. Best man for his brother was Phillip Marinich of Ellisville. Serving as honor attendant for the bride was Miss Lorraine Harlan of London Mills, sister of the bride. For the ceremony the maid of honor was in a powder blue crepe gown trimmed with white lace daisies. Matching veiling was caught to a blue bow. She carried a nosegay of white pompons and white Use Flowers Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB The Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Women's high was won by Mrs. Clyde Miller, and second, Mrs. George Dixon. Mr. Miller won men's high, and Albert Pedersen, second. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hund. Hosts next week will be Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stouffer. LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB The Lake Bracken Women's Bridge Club met Monday afternoon at the clubhouse. Mrs. Grace Barstow won first, Mrs. George Dixon, second, and Mrs. Ray Nichols, third. , Hostess was Mrs. Russell Schmith. Next week's hostesses will be Mrs. Harold Willsie and Mrs. Hienie Johnson. For a pretty cake, use an angel food cake baked in a tube pan. Fill a jelly glass with water and place it in the hole. Arrange flowers in the glass. For a bride's luncheon, use white icing on the cake and [white f^wers. Suit frosting and flowers to the season or the occasion. Story's Based On Original Novel "The Small Miracle" based on an original novel by Paul Galileo; pub., Hallmark Crown Editions. "The Small Miracle" is truly a heartwarming story about a boy, Pepino, his love for a donkey, Violetta, and his faith in St. Francis of Assisi. When Violetta fell ill, Pepino wanted to take her to the tomb of St. Francis to be healed. But the steps to the crypt were too narrow, and a lower entrance had been walled up years before. Pepino suggested that the wall could be knocked down but Father Superior said no. Only the Holy Father in Rome could Presidential Occasion The annual children's ceremony of rolling Easter eggs on the White House lawn in Washington, D.C. began on Easter Monday m 1878. According to a creative director of a greeting card company, the tradition was started by President Rutherford B. Hayes and his wife Lucy, who were the parents of eight children. It was based on a custom observed in several European [countries. Since 1878 the ceremony has taken place every year, except between 1942 and 1953. Tour Island- (Continued From Page 10) Leslie Anderson, second vice president; Mrs. J. Richard Thomas, recording secretary; Mrs. Rose Ann Erickson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Ted Wilson, treasurer, and Mrs. Ernest Wedell Sr., director. Mrs. A. F. Stilson was a guest. Reports were given by Mrs. Einar Hansen and Mrs. Harry Suydam, who attended the district convention in Farmington. Awards were received by Mrs. Frank Johnson, music; Mrs. Harold Reed, woman's responsibility; Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Wilson Henderson, literature, drama, public speaking and creative writing awards, and Mrs. Roy C. Frankeberger, service. Mrs. Ward Weatherford was given serving honors during the tea following the program. Members of the conunittee in charge, Mrs. Suydam, Mrs. J. R. Thomas, Mrs. Carlisle Smith and Mrs. W. J. Alderman. order such a thing, he said, so Pepino and his friend, Father Damico, set out to see the Pope. The road to Rome was not easy for the yo^ung boy and the I old priest. More than once Father Damico wanted to turn back in defeat. But Pepino pushed on and his unwavering faith in St. Francis was eventually vindicated. The Small Miracle is based on the Hallmark Hall of Fame adaptation of Paul GalKco's original i»vel and features photographs taken during the filming of the television show. One last note, you'll love the donkey's hat. I. E. B. District Awards Presented District awards were presented to members for special [projects at the 15th District Junior Jamboree of the American Legion Auxiliary held Saturday afternoon at the Legion Home. Miss Janet Soper, district president, presided at the business at which Mrs. ' meeting, at which Mrs. Bess Lewis, 3rd division president; trict winners will be forwarded Mrs. Anabelle Bavery, 15th dis- to state competition. trict president; Mrs Dean officers attending included Soper, Ralph M. Noble Unit ^ „ u i • president; and Mrs. Max Jones,iK^thy Tyrrell, chaplain; Sara Le Petit Chapeau of Knox Coun- Hand, recording secretary; ity Salon 8 and 40, gave short Laura Erickson, sergeant hyacinth with blue and white ribbons. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Harlan selected an empire satin organza gown with lace trim at the neckline and Renaissance sleeves, with pleated ruffles. The three dimensional lace appliques trimmed the yoke, bodice and edged the demi-bell skirt which formed a chapel length train, also edged in lace. Veiling was caught to a pearl headpiece. The bride carried a bouquet of white carnations and white hya<ffl|Q, lace with blue and white r^^s;. Reception ' Mrs. Phillip MariniaCSf :E1- lisviile and Miss Rac^fSE^A^ri- nich of L 0 n d 0 n MilJ|jhared serving honors at the jS&ption which followed at the IflBft'ch. Mrs. Marinich, a grtgffyi^ of Valley Senior High ScjjJBl Was employed by the kmewmm Red Cross, Galesburg. HergMPiand, a graduate of CantoflOcAior High School, employe^^ :the Eimwood Police D6paruiient is also farming. Easter Celebration Easter falls on Sunday^ April 22 this year, the latest ia many years. Not since April 25, 1943 has Easter come later, though in 1962 it also fell on April 22. Researchers for a greeQgg card company say the Eastep celebration can vary TBIlween March 22 and AprilJ^, Ibiit won 't fall on April 22 i^^nliil 1984. The earliest Easter in the last 20 years was on W &Ai 26, 1967. In the year 20flj(ygaster bonnets will not be worn until April 23. ITTlT talks. meth Breuer and Mrs. Jones, district judges, presented awards in the following categories: Americanism Picture Book, Laura Erickson; Poppy at Brent, assistant arms; and Jean arms; Judy ^ sergeant at ^^"'Junk, hospitality. Refreshments were served during the social hour. Mrs. Robert E. Johnson and Mrs. Earl Carter made arrange- Dark Tunics Sleeveless tunics !8L dark suedes lend an inter^SglQg "^cf- fect to spring print *3|f^sses. Taking the place of « jacket, the tunic can also l>e over pants or a skirt. ]„2^ CHAPTER AN OF PEO juaum JJ»»V,.». J«.., - "rrj I""". _ T-v i " * Chapter AN of PEO will meet Hat, Janet Soper; Poppy Cor-|ments, serving as 15th District Thursday for a 1 p.m. luncheon sage, Mary Sexton; Poppy Post- Junior Activities Advisor and in the home of Mrs. W. J. Yaw, er, Laura Erickson, Sharon Tyr- convention chairman, respec- 1628 N. West St. reM. and Janet Soper. The dis- Hvp'v. •k LETS OO • (3 daTlJOSllM) en Fri., May It Ihru SiHto^May 20 to 45fh Annual Tulip Festival at Holland, Mich. Prices, .$75 for a single $65 ea. 2 in a room. $60 ea. ,3 in a room, $55 ea. 4 in a room. Phon« 342-485$ of 34a-«7W. Reservations due Fri ..,Js|wy 3- Continental Trailway Bwitu.<( - Yea! WEDNESDAY ONLY SPECIAt Regulor »2r" and *23'" Wednesday Only heslie^s Screen Print PANT SUIT Long ond Sliort SItfvo 15 77 149 E. Moin St 2m 20% OfFHENREDON SALE M% »i Now! For one month, the 20th of April until the 20th of May . . . Henred'^ii's unique collection of U|Et,' bolstered furniture can add beauty and distinction to your home . . . and at a saving of 20% off the reguljy^^ price. For versatility and elegance in a sofa, loveseat or chair, order a custom made piece now. Let us help yog^ choose the style and cover to most enhance your room setting. Select from the special assortment of \u »m^ urious, long wearing fabrics that Henredon has to offer. And what magnificent fabrics they are . . lusJEu-- velvets, damasks, matelasses, prints in the most wanted decorator colors. Come in soon . . . see our floo&iilll samples. The custom ordered selection is unparalled, and our experienced designers are here to helj^i,. you at no extra charge. Remember April 20 to AAay 20 ... 20% reductions. FERKIS FURNITURE By the Old Locomotive 465 Mulberry Phone 343-2184 Conveaieot Parking Extended Payments Master Charge Open 9 to 5; Fridays Until 9 PM

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