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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

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Collegians Travel to All Points • • • Qakshwg Raster-Mail With Galesburg as the hub, collegians are traveling far and wide, both to work and to play. For the most part many of them will at least be home the latter part of August or early September to get ready (or Mxl year's college work. Meanwhile, this summer. . .the occupations are of a heterogene* otis nature. Some arc in school, t the fad- and aene some are working tories, some are playing some are working part time. in Shortly after she arrived GALESBUItG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, 1963 SEC. 2 PAGE 13 Galesburg after completing her To Live in Galeshur > a icag.oan s of<$> ted ton freshman year at St. dial's, Julie Bohman left for Hoklen Village, to spend a month as a work camper at this Lutheran Church of America retfeat. After the train ride to the West Coast, the work campers travel by bus, then take a 4-hour boat trip across Lake Chelan, and finally reach their destination by truck. The Village, an abandoned mining camp, was given to the Lutheran Churches of America as a retreat and the past two years have been devoted to readying the site for retrer.ts. Deep in the Cascade Mountains, the work campers, numbering 25 from all parts of the US, spend their time working at various tasks from dish washing to gardening. In their free time they hike and camp on \ organized trips to the most primitive parts ccupa rm • - ^; The wedding of Miss Susan Goshert of Homewood and Jerry L. Diesron of this city on Saturday, June 22, in St. Paul's Community Church, Homewood, was attended by Mr. and Mrs. John Diesron, 157 S. Farnham St., parents of the bridegroom, and his' aunt, Miss Virginia Bonnefon,-583 Dudley St. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Goshert, 1406 Hillview Road, Homewood, was given in marriage by her father. Officiating at the double ring ceremony read at 7 o'clock in the evening Was Dr. Christopher Garriott. A princess crown of pearls held the im rted silk illusion veiling 'misting about the shoulders of the bride's silk organza over taffeta wedding gown designed with * fitted bodice, sabrina neckline and elbow length sleeves. She carried white roses in a crescent bouquet. Aqua peau de soie sleeveless uniorA 3 our After coffee Tuesday the Lakelawn morning at Swim and Tennis Club, iftfcmbers of the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club and their guests toured the club facilities under the guidance of Mrs. Art Fish. Mrs. George Stephenson, presi- den, conducted the business meeting which was opened with the club pledge led by Mrs, Larry Turley, Reports were given by Mrs. Walter Smith and Mrs. Jack Churchill, vice presidents. Mrs. Guilbert Brown, dental chairman requested that the club purchase a triplex syringe for the dental clinic. Mrs. Richard Wil- dresses, elbow length gloves and pillbox hats trimmed with circular veils were worn by the attendants, Miss Sue Wetzel, Sterling, maid of honor, and Miss Sharen Waggoner, Decatur, bridesmaid, both sorority sisters of the bride. Miss Lynne Goshert, the bride's sister was junior bridesmaid. Each carried colonial baskets of daisies. Is Best Man 4 J Steve King stood with the bridegroom as best man and groomsmen and ushers, all fraternity brothers of the bridegroom, were Dennis Sullivan, Kenneth Drazba, Bill Roper and Allan Boehm. Soloist, Denny Morris, is also a fraternity brother. Serving honors^at, the reception in the church* parlors were shared by Miss Faye Ogden, and Miss Barbara Lynn. Miss Jeanie Kingery asked guests to sign the guest book and Mrs. Karen King was in charge of gifts. Since their return from a wedding trip to Michigan, Mr. and Mrs. Diesron are residing at 691 Bateman St. Mrs. Diesron is a graduate of Western Illinois University where she affiliated with Sigma Sigma .• r / i - r- . ** '-'-if \ <f' -\ fasti/'j y' 0h IP I mm mm. ^1 mm - ' J V of the area. Miss Bohmaft, 22? summer graduation exercises | is working for a couple of weeks | her home, 1531 N. Broad St. W. Losey St., will be home the Aug, 9. When school starts in the end of July before returning to fall she will teach sixth grade at St. Olaf's for her sophomore year. Thomas Jefferson School in Pe- David Hendricks, who last year oria and will have one eighth was one of the 25 campers at grade class in Spanish. Holden Village, is spending this Mr. summer working for the Q. Hendricks, 1353 N. Kellogg St., was a Attends School at the City Hall. Returning to Western Illinois University in the fdll for her sophomore year will be Dodie Fish, 1709 N. Prairie St. This summer she's working at the Lakelawn Swim and Tennis Club. w Working again this summer at; the American Beauty Restaurant is Marjorie Nelson, who liven Adolphus College, St. Peter, Minn., last year. Works in Aurora Among Galesburg collegians attending summer sessions at In addition to working at Hig- freshman at Gustavus gins Dairy ' Jeanette Brooks > 518 iresnman at uustavus w goulh g ^ {g adjve]y working with Prairie Players this sum- Western Illinois University are mer. She'll return to Quincy Col- j ane Neagle, 913 N. Prairie St., lege, Quincy, for her junior year Fred Foster, 1091 E. North St., in the fall. Mary Ann Eck, 11981 yea r at is in Aurora working for the Chi- N. Cherry St., who'll be a senior at Northern Illinois who cago, Burlington and Quincy Rail road, braking and switching this summer. He*ll be in Galesburg before returning for his senior year at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Mike Feldman, 1185 N. Broad St., in addition to working for his father at the University, DeKalb, this fall, is spending the summer at Northern attending school. She'll be home about a to the completed her sophomore St. Mary-of-the-Woods College in Indiana, Ann Lacy, 1024 Bateman St., who plans to continue her studies at WIU in September, and Pamela Allen, north of Galesburg. She will bef in her junior year at Augustana College in Rock Island in the fall. A job on a 12,000 acre wheat farm at Akron, Colo., is the sum-; mcr occupation of Frank MacFadden, 424 Clark St., who will return to his studies at the University of Colorado at Boulder in September. He spent a week at home early in June. The three collegians at the Egan household, 1127 E. Brooks St., month before returning campus in September. Linda Erlandson, 597 Fifer, has more year. They are living in returned home after spending Mable Corbin Hall. are working or going td _ rtr „ - . , M1 school. Roberta is at Monmouth 1725 N. Seminary St., who will re- Collegei where she wiU graduate turn to Southern Illinois Umver- ,„ August; Gary is working for sity in Carbondale for her sopho- the Knox construction Co., and being TT . f Tll . . . e , _ in the county clerk's office. Gary u . , . 4 M 4U „ f „ n , U™ersity of Illinois m Septem- wm return Canton Junj()r J be a junior at North Park College, 1 ber is spending the summer at , ege in the fal] and Namy ^ " Western Illinois University. Roberta attended the national Young Republicans convention as a dele- from the Future Brides... Galesburg News Agency, is play- some time as a COU nselor at ing baseball with the college covenant Harbor Bible Camp, | fer from Michigan State to the league. He'll be a junior at Lake Geneva, Wis. Linda, who'll Northwestern University this fall. Pam Fackler, who is spending the summer at home will return to Millikin University in the fall. Jane Fitch, Lake Rice, in addition to being at home this summer, is planning some trips which include visiting college friends in Kansas, Ohio and Florida. Mary Jane Bourdon, 375 Fair Acres Drive, who is also home for the summer, and Jane both attended Hillsdale College, Hillsdale, Mich., last year. Are at Pocono Nancy i& the fourth generation xr ^ • TV*-II u -it t of her family to work at the Virginia Mills, who _ will ^trans- Knox county Courthouse, gate five i- > v / / 1 V Midwest states, prior to summer school." epor •WM Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Diesron (Miss Susan Goshert) Sigma sorority. The bridegroom, nity. He is a teacher and coach also a WIU graduate, is a mem- at Glenview. Junior High School ber of Phi Sigma Epsilon frater- in East Moline. Nancy Olson, 1518 N. Cedar St., who has been at Augustana College for two years, and Carol Wallace, 1655 Florence Ave., Knox College student, are working this summer at Pocono Crest Resort in the Pocono Mountains, north of Philadelphia, Pa. Nancy is planning to transfer to the University of Illinois in the fall, Connie Mudd, 2678, Lincoln Park Drive, has a job as an apprentice pharmacist at the North Side Drug Store for the summer. She will return to Chicago in September to begin her third year of a five year course at the Pharmacy | Galesburg, Branch of the University of Illinois. Mary Lou McClain, 1249 E. Brooks St., is among the group of Illinois Normal University seniors who have been on tour 3 a- x • r • oar i r w € A Miss Janet Pierson Miss Judith Perry Mr. and Mrs. Mack Pier- Mr. and Mrs. Ford B. son of Peoria, formerly of P e r r y of Abingdon an- Miss Louise Harrington, superintendent of the Galesburg and Knox County Free Kindergarten, told the Board of Management at its monthly meeting in the Home, with Mrs. John M. Bohan presiding, that the children can again enjoy the pool, since the filtering system was installed as a safety measure. The treasurer's report was also given by Miss Harrington, bills were allowed, and Mrs. Mitchell Rudman gave the secretary's report. Two new , dehumidifiers were purchased announce the nounce the engagement of from the Memorial Fund. engagement of their daugh- their daughter, Judith Ann, ms stml Hawthorne( who ls ter, Janet Irene, to Grant to Perry Stoop III of Fair- representative from the Free L. Appell, son of Mr. and banks, Alaska, who is the son of Kindergarten on the United Fund " ' * " *~ ' Mf. and Mrs..Perry Stoop II of Boardj gave a resume of a recent Mrs. Lawrence Appell of Galva. Miss Pierson, a graduate of | Taylor, Mrch. Jruff High School, attended W •in* anion a arc cene Now on a wedding trip to California, newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. George Armin Blout will reside in Cuba, 111., on their return. The former Miss Janice Mae Howarter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clvde G. WeJM meeting, explained in „— ~ through Missouri, Kansas, Utah the University of Illinois, Bradley Abingdon High School and Brad- budget which she will present to and Miss Harrington detail the annual and Arizona and are now attend- University and is employed at the j e y University, where she was a | the United Fund, ing a summer session at Arizona Peoria State Hospital in Barton- member of the Pi Lambda Theta State College at Flagstaff. They v iH et will return in time for the ISNU The board acknowledged the sorority. She taught in the junior I following contributions: rhubarb. Clyde ble ring ceremony. _ , , . .. . Preceding the bride, Canton, and the bridegroom, son wa ik e d down the Howarter, 435 W. Locust, who (Continued on page 14) processional of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Blout of aisle with her father, were Mrs. Ellisville, were married at 2 Kenneth Waldrop, Canton, ma- o'clock Sunday afternoon at First J ron °{ honor ' M f rion , Monn . r> .-I nu u • n * ^ i>«„ Wyoming, Mrs. David Pschirrcr, Baptist Church in Canton. Rev. ^ m * Rona , d Maddefl( both ^ A. M, Bruce officiated at the dou- Canton, and Mrs. Gene Rand, of North Dakota, bridesmatrons. Their sleeveless white cotton scoop neckline dresses with bell skirts had coral silk organza overdresses accented at the front waistline*with bows. They wore matching Gibson Girl hats. Miss Wears White Howarter's bridal DV0IN1 by Drexel A NEW COLLECTION OF FURNITURE FASHIONED IN THE SPIRIT OF THE 60's gown was regal in its simplicity. Fashioned of embroidered chantilly lace over peau de soie, the plain wide neckline and short sleeves topped a sheath skirt which swirled into a trumpet hemline. The detachable train was of peau de* soie, A crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms held her silk illusion elbow length veil and she carried a semicrescent of white roses and stephanotis. At the organ console, Mrs. Robert Gooden, Virginia, III, played the prelude as guests were seated by John Lafferty, Evanston, Gene Cooper and Gary Formhals, both of Avon, Bob Homer, Bushnell, Kenneth Waldrop and David Pschirrer, both of Canton and Gene Rand of North Dakota. Allan Blout, Ellisville, was best man. Guests offered felicitations at a reception which followed in the Fellowship Hall of the church. Mrs. Blout, a graduate of Canton High School and Illinois State Normal University, teaches fifth grade at Lewistovvn. The bridegroom, who was graduated from Valley High School at Fairview, is farming. Her fiance, a graduate of Galva high sfchool in Fairbanks this past Mrs. B. J. Josephson; radishes, High School, attended Bradley year. University, served in the armed Her fiancej who was graduated forces, and is employed with the from a high school ^ Detroit and United Grain Company at the attende d the University of Michi- Boafcd of Trade. gan, served in the Navy, where A fall wedding, Oct. 5, is being | he specialized in electronics. He is now employed by RCA on the White Alice System of Communications at Fairbanks. planned at the Salem Lutheran Church on War Memorial Drive, Peoria. To Note Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ray I. Moore, 627 S. Main, Monmouth, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniver-' sary Sunday when their family will gather at their home. The Moores were married July 10, 1913. They lived for a number of years in Viola and moved to Monmouth in recent years. They are the parents of Mrs. (Ruth) Chard of Mon- An early August wedding is being planned. READ THE WANT ADS! Mrs. Helen Mooney; clothing, Mrs. Kendall Morris; candy bars, R. & B. Distributing Co.; frozen vegetables, Mrs. Jean Lindstrom; fish, peas, Jeppie Harris Jr. Also, two quilts, Ontario Kindergarten Country Club; cakes, ( De- Molay and Boy Scouts (Masonic Temple); rolls, Scandia Bakery; food, Trinity Lutheran Church; boots, toys, Mrs. William Gei'st- ner; food, Gale picnic; cakes, a friend. Beauty Solon Balcony 343-2112 Harley mouth, John Moore of Viola, of Aledo, Joseph Mr, and Mrs. George A. Blout (Miss Janice Howarter) Ralph Moore Moore of Monmouth, Willis Moore of Rock Island and James Moore of Knoxville. They have 17 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. They will be at home to their friends on Sunday afternoon. READ THE WAN! ADS1 The strong straightforward forms in the design of this beautiful sec/etary are enriched woods used in its construction. . . by the contrasting The inimitable look FUTURE of Americana is repeated in many of the other pieces in this collection. See it todayl BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE 463 MULBERRY Hours: 9 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 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