Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 9, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 6

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 9, 1963
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i s r -> / r k -; governor, District 1% Marjorie 1 Mi Wieman, treas urei* filsttict .1$ ind Mrs, Mary Lineke all ot Bock Is* land, aftd Miss tWa V'oss of bavshport, Ibwa, ^ete guests of Pilot Club meeting and picnic Monday evenirig, oh the lawn at the home of Mr, find Mrs.' Phil Weinberg. 841 N. prairie St. Other guests were Mrs, Emma Day, Lohdon, England; sister of Mrs. Weinberg, Mrs. Jean Car* nentetv Cincinnati^ Ohio, sister of MM. Edythe Thomas, and George Mennenfem of Monmouth, nephew of Mrs. Keith W«bber« Program and arrangements were in charge of the finance committee, with Mrs. Clarence John- vice chairman, in Mfs. ftlaif Leyahon Was the aire* tioneer (or the auction held as a fund raising project and entertainment. A short business meeting followed the buffet picnic dinner, with Mrs. picnic Laristrum, le to Reside in Mo Hue * Dorothy president, presiding. A report was read of the Charter of the Pilot Club of St. Paul, gates, will attend the 42hd annual convention df Pilot Club Interna* (ional in Miami Beach, Fid., on July Mr& Carl Ne!^n ( & former Oalesburg resident and member of the local dub will jolfl them at her home in ttingspott, Tenn. Mrs, Nelson is now a mem* ber of Pilot Club of Kingsport. Mrs. McGill, Community Service chairman, District 12, will serve as a hostess with the Pilot international Community Service Committee at the convention and Mrs. flbwles will serve oh Pilot international president's committee. •j ' -»r • I L _ . 1 h ^ I d . picture nn Mrs. Lanstrum, Calvary Lutheran Church, Moline, was the sc^ne of thef wedding of Miss Mary Ann Royse, Knoxville, and DeWey ftonald Dyer, Moline, Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Reading the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Royse, 210 Madison St., Knoxville, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Dyer, 705-28th St., Moline, was Rev. Paul L. Hegstrom. Guests, who later offereji felici* tations to the couple at a reception in the church parlors, were seated by Charles DePaepe of Milan and Steven Royse of Knoxville. Best man was Carlos Woodward of Moline. Walks with Father Preceding the bride as she walked with her father were Mrs. Michael Lynch, Clinton, her sister, matron of honor; Mrs. Clyde t)ougIas, • Pekin, bridesmatron; Cindy Woodward, Moline, flower girl, and Robert Dyer, brother of the bridegroom, ringbearer. Melon satapeau dresses were Worn by the attendants, who carried colonial bouquets of white carnation with touches of melon to harmonize with the dresses. Fashioned' with fitted b fitted Domces, having scoop necklines, the dresses were designed with bell controlled skirts, marked at the waistlines with bows. Each had flat-rounded matching headpieces with circular veils-' Carries Roses Touches of ivy accented the bride's bouquet of white roses and stephanotis which she carried b complement heir wedding gown of chantilly lace and tulle. Sequins outlined the sabrina neckline of I First th« gown with its Ml skirted lace about her shoulders was veiling caught to a cluster waxed orange blossom crown. Miss Judy Long of Belleville asked the guests to sign the guest book at the reqeption. Gifts were arranged by Miss Carol Lindbom of Knoxville and Mrs. Richard Schickley of Le Clair, Iowa. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Harold Lindbom of Knoxville, Mrs. Carlos Woodward of Moline and Miss Sandra Beatty of Moline. • After July 8 and a wedding trip the couple will reside at 15W/z Seventh Ave., Moline, where the bridegroom is the assistant manager of the Electronics Department at Arlan's. Mrs. Dyer, a graduate of Knoxville High School and Illinois State Normal University, taught school in Pekin last year and will teach second grade in Moline next year. Mr. Dyer, a graduate of Moline High School, served four years in the Air Force, receiving his discharge on June 3. He will enter piackhawk Junior College in tho fall. Minn., Jung 29. official dele* Tlfir ^HrJACQ gate, and Mrs. Glen Bowles and lvll IV^Ll 1COO Mrs. Gay McGill, alternate dele- ^j^g By RUTH MlfcLETl - 1 \ - T f + 1- Rinni ' a mm**? mm&iKwmto ".V r MIM flaadra f«M Trainmen, win at l.m Mr. and Mrg ning. ' -1 Even a youngster can have the knack of putting Miss l)arlene Dennis Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dennis of near Galesburg, e E. Fosa of Ames, Iowa, and formerly of Mount Meaaant announce the their dau conducted ,1 * t .^•nd be at «:30 o'clock and marriage of Darlene, to Richard Welsh, of Mr. and Mrs. William herself into another's place, announce the apftfoadhirig and will often use this gift to deflate or embarrass a friend. If her parents don't eh- courage her to use this uncanny ability to help rather than to hurt, that child Will grow up to be a very unpleasant woman. There's at least one such Woman in almost every group the Mr. and Mrs. Dewey R. Dyer (Miss Mary Ann Royse) in cm a ted woman who spoils small triumphs for others, who reminds them of things they would like to forget, who has a habit of introducing a painful conversation with the most innocent-sounding question. The sad thing is that such women have the same knack for knowing what others are feeling as do the most charming and agreeable of women. But they use it in the wrong way. Knowing how others feel, they use the knowledge to hurt, to take the other person down a notch or two. A charming woman uses her knowledge of other people to build them up, to say just the right word, to make an accomplishment seem even more important than it is, to smooth troubled wa- (Continued on Page 7) son Welsh, 78b S. Hendersort St. Miss Dennis, who was graduated from KrtokVllle High School in 1961, is credit manager at Kline's Department Store. Her fiance, a graduate of Corpus Chris* ti High School is A member of the air police in the Air Force. The couple will be married Saturday, July 27 at 10 o'clock ih the morning at Corpus Chrlsti Church. A reception will follow in the social rooms of the church. daughter I Pleasant high school and[fa a ft* Mlaif graduate, of Northwest institute ^ ' Medical Technology, Minneap- th * M * olis, Minn. She has been employed at Gafesburg Cottag tus presidant', and ra will he> in arrangements. Members of the Woman for the past flVe years. Mr. Huff, who was graduated . .. F H^I*., ^.J^ from Galesburg High School and £j ^SSS^SS^J^l the Navy School of Music in J£j'^*?T H* V £fi Washington, D.C., attended the prida y at A churc !?' A. attending Western Illinois Univer- ^An'Aug 'l? wedding is Mnglf^"^^ meeting will M conducted o'clock and coffee will be served at 9:96 o'clock orlor to the cen- planned. Friends and relatives are invited Select to attend. Attendants gowned in nylon dresses in shades of powder blue presented contrast to the bridal white Chantilly lace wedding dress worn by Miss Carol Irene Huston of Roseville as she walked to the altar of the Church oi and tulle tuffled skirt. Misting Mi Mi Club Plans Picnic Members of Mi Mi Club were entertained recently in the home of Mrs. Leland McMillan near Cameron with Mrs. Olen Jones of Gilson as the assisting hostess. Guests present Were Mrs. Richard Powell, Chicago and Mrs. tiitvm of Galesburg. During the short business meet- Roy ing conducted by Mrs. McMillan plans were made for a picnic to be Sunday evening, July 28, at the south shelter house at Lake Storey at 6:30 o'clock. Prizes in games were won by Mis. Ralph Swedlund and Mrs. Dale Clay and Mrs. William Mailey received the special prize. The guests were also presented with prizes. Baptist Roseville on Sunday after- nooiv to pledge marriage vows with David Carroll Stinefhat^s of Monmouth. The double-ring ceremony was performed at 3 o'clock by the Rev. Robert Larson, pastor. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Huston of Roseville, was escorted by her father. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Stinemates of Route Four, Monmouth. Mrs. Herman Steele of Roseville presented nuptial music while the guests were being seated by ushers, Kenneth Huston and Robert Huston of Roseville, Schaumleffel Larry Larson both of Peoria. and Jerry She also a new flavor to a fruit add a little honey to the For salad, salad dressing. MONMOUTH WALTER HOUSE East First Ave. BRIDAL GIFTS Friday & Saturday accompanied the soloist, Lee Roy Williams of Roseville. Attendants "She bride's attendants were her two sisters, Miss Nancy Huston and Miss Bonnie Huston of Roseville as maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively; Mrs. Larry Schaumleffel of Peoria as brides- matron and Miss Janis Huston of Roseville, the bxide's cousin, as Their dresses were flower girl, fashioned with fitted covered 'ices be- lace ing covered by scalloped jackets with three quarter-length sleeves. Cummerbunds topped the gathered skirts. Each had double bow headbands of matching blue color, holding circlet veils and carried colonial bouquets of white carnations and white poms. Best man was John Stinemates of Biggsvilie, brother of the bridegroom, and groomsmen were and James Loydahl of Monmouth. Hve bride's gown oi white chan* titty lace Was designed with a fitted bodice having a scalloped sabrina neckline and long sleeves. The skirt had cascading tiers of lace and a lace panel in the front extended from the waistline to the hem. The all-silk English illusion veil was caught by a pearl, backed by a tiara of chantilly lace. Her cascade bouquet was of white poms and carnations centered with white roses. Reception A reception was given in the church parlors following the ceremony and music was presented by .Mrs. Helen Winebright of Smithshire, aunt of the bridegroom. The bride's table, covered by a dainty Cupid's Arrow lace cloth underlined by pale blue satin was centered by a four-tiered all-white wedding cake topped by a miniature bride and bridegroom. Completing the table decorations were a tall branched silver candelabra with white candles and a crystal bowl filled with white roses and tiny blue Bristol Fairy and.ferns. Presiding at the table were the bride and bridegroom's aunts, Miss Ruth Huston of Roseville, Mrs, Elmer Gustafson of Monmouth, Mrs. Bernard Billeter of Good Hope and Mrs. Lucille Kerr of Avon. Date of Miss Sue Keating of Peoria, and David S. Bantz have chosen Saturday, July 27, as the date of their wedding. Miss Keating, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Keating of Redwood City, Calif., and the bridegroom-elect, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E.~ Bantk, 1065 N. Cedar St., will pledge marriage vows at 2 o'clock in the afternoon in First United Presbyterian Church. Friends and relatives are in vited to the ceremony and to the reception to follow in the social rooms of the church. Mrs. Chatfe* Whitver serve as hostesses. Mrs. Ivi Cecil will b* In charge ti th* worthy service. Music will to presented by Miss "Norma Wier arid the pro* gram, ''Lamb of jfedsibn,' 9 will be given by Mrs. C. & Hiiiey, Mrs. Guy Parks and Mfs. fiari Superstition ROCHES (AP)^Fer ris Hage, prospective bridegr is ignoring the superstition nine a pre-wedding peek at designed • v Mr. and Mrs. David Stinemates (Miss Carol Huston) The Mrs. gifts Dale were arranged by Huston of Roseville, Mrs. Loren Hollenberg of Roseville, Mrs. Jean Stinemates of Kirkwood and Mis. Rolland Stine- Gary Gilmore of Campton, 111., | mmmo^ml John Stinemates of Biggsvilie was at the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Stinemates left on Baker's Dozen Donuts Grand Ave, at Whitesboro ONE 16-OZ .ICE TEA TUMBLER PIUS AND STIR SPOON with purchase of ONi DOZEN DONUTS . COUPON SHOW CLIP BAKER'S DOZEN DONUTS a 10-day honeymoon in Colorado and after July &1 will be at home at 1503 W. Oallender Ave., Peoria. The bride was graduated from the Roseville High School in 1961, and has been employed as bookkeeper at the Roseville State Bank for the past two years. Mr. Stinemates was graduated from Warren High School in 1959 and from Bradley University with a BS degree in automotive technology in June of this year. He will be employed with LeToiu- neau Westingbouse i design engineer. Peoria as a ( Coupon Grand Ave. at Whitesboro Tumbler and Coupon | Differentiation spoon with donut purche*# and thit coupon. Chocolate drink? milk or chocolate WoUh for additional coupons in thi* paper Chocolate milk is actually whole milk with chocolate syrup added. Chocolate drink is partly skimmed milk with cocoa powder added. Both are among the plentiful dairy products this month* MOTC Vote On Constitution And Bylaws Mrs. Forrest. Dexter read the revised constitution and bylaws which were later discussed and voted on when Mothers of Twins Club convened Monday evening in the Bamboo Room of Leaths store. Mrs. James Anderson, president, presided at the business meeting which was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Jerry Hoi- lingsworth, it was decided to name the club newsletter "Twin Debut," a name suggested by Mrs. Dexter who edits the letter. Mrs. Anderson appointed as committee chairmen to serve the remainder of the fiscal year Mrs. Charles W. Anderson, nominating; Mrs. Dexter, picnic and tyrs. Roger Boland, installation banquet. Several members 31*0 planning to attend the national convention of Mothers of Twins Clubs to be in Indianapolis, Ind., late in July. During a social hour members decorated tray doilies for the pediatrics departments at Cottage and St. Mary's hospitals. Hostesses for the evening #ere Mrs. Uoyd Carlson, Mrs. Wiliard Cain and Mrs. FRpM BELONG—Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Hatch of DeLong an* nounce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Lou, to Richard Petrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Petrie of Abingdon. No date has been set for the wedding. Galbreath-Combs Wedding to Be on Saturday The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Vera Lynn Gailbreath to Dean Combs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Combs of near London Mills, is announced by her parents, Mr., and Mrs. Edwin L. Galbreath of Galesburg. The wedding will be Saturday evening at 8 o'clock in Henderson Grove Lutheran Church. No invitations are being sent but friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and the, reception to follow at the home of the bride-elect's parents. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! in the gown for his bride-to-be, May Ferris of Rochester. The marriage is scheduled for Aug. 10. Hage also is making the gown* for the six bridal attendant*. •I in our 1 near 1 k CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Hosts for the mixed couples bridge Monday evening at the Knox Country Country Club were Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Noel. Winners included Mrs. Ralph Britt, first, Mrs. Ethel Watson, second, for the women; Paul Peterson, first, Bill Lewis, second, for the men; Mrs. Hermon England and Phil Wilson, the evening's prizes. Hosts for next week's play will be Mr. and Mrs. H. Buckmaster. Committee Notes r Chairman's Birthday Members of the Child Care Committee, Women of the Moose, had a steak fry Monday evening at Lake Storey. The table was decorated in a birthday motif and centered with a birthday cake noting the birthday anniversary of Mrs. George Palmer, chairman of the committee. The evening was spent socially. Mirror, Mirror . . . Before you leave" the hpuse, check your appearance before a full-length mirror. It's the only way you can be sure that costume 1 Sh •art, cotton*, lintni, knitt. 4 Small ond largo livtt Skirts, bloum, »onrs READ THE WANT ADS I it to. your ks exactly as you want UNIFORMS Iiitiro Borco itock. Ladies TUESDAY WEDNESDAY, JULY Washed Waxed 232 d im«*\fe WITH FIUUP PURE FIIEBIRD GAS Mrs. WilliaJ George Barton. Kirkbride was a guest. Minute Wash Henderson fiiiAO TUB WANT ADSl i I

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