Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 11, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 11, 1963
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V Golesbu Aid Grand lodge officers initiation ceremonies for were present and assisted at tfhito t nAiin A ill a class of candidates when g ' ^ UX %7 i° the Br oth6rhood of Railroad MlTfrw Vene *. WLednesd W evening in tQOF Mall. ^^A^^fe °L e ^mbuB, Ohio, grand son of Boone, Iowa, grand president of District o Mrs. Esther Wnllcy of vice and Poor i ft secretary of the Illinois Leglsla* tlVe Board, Were introduced and seated beside Mrs. Harry S. Neeld. Unity Lodge president, who presided* Also introduced were Mrs, Lucille Newland, president of St. Valentine's Lodge at Peoria; Mrs, G, K. Specht* president, and Mrs. Marry Little, acting oast dent, both of P Sincerity presi Lodge, Galesburg. Mrs, Mosher and Mrs. Rierson assisted in initiation ceremonies for Mrs. Richard J. Hallstrom, Mrs. Jon Sedgwick, Miss Leslie Alderman, Mrs. W. Mike Davi- ffon and Mrs. Roy Herrin. Mrs. Neeld presented gifts to Shoppers Convenience OPEN Bvtry FRIDAY NIGHT the grand officers. Miss Dorothy Love pro tern officer, One candidate, Mrs. Wayne M. Hallstrom will be Initiated at special meeting Aug. 14. Mrs. Rierson, vice grand president, will also be present (or this event, when there will be final practice for state meeting to be Sept, 6 and 7 in Peoria. Mrs. George Kennedy, chair man, announced plans for the an nual August family picnic at which meat and dessert will be furnished. The date will be announced. Following the business meeting refreshments were served at a fable decorated in pink and white. Mrs. C K. Lopeman, host ess, was assisted by Mrs. Henry Scurry and Miss Mattie Abrahamson, and Mrs, Neeld given serving honors. Prior to the business meeting a dinner was given at Loraine's Restaurant honoring /the candidates and the grand lodge of ficers who were presented with corsages. Others present at were members and Fashion Forecast t Fall 1963 wee was the dinner officers of By HELEN HENNESSY NEW The evening holirsrwill usher in the most exciting chahge in fashion this fall. Long gowns will sweep onto the scene with an elegance not seen since the '30s. bouffant skirt is -4 hew gowns have narrow skirts, and if they do have some fullness, it Most for are cut beautiful even there is costume SCANDIA BAKERY 326 LUNCH Sincerity and Unity Lodges, both of Galesburg and St. Valentine's Lodge, Peoria. St. Valentines Lodge will host the state meeting at Peoria in September. THE SPARKLE OF A FALL evening is reflected in this wool dinner costume in Wild grape-pink. The long jacket reveals a jeweled silk satin over blouse. From New York falls gently, on the bias movement. For dinner, and for theater-going, an ankle-length with its own tiny jacket, often fur-trimmed. Color runs rampant through the collections. Lush velvet is seen, vibrant ruby, turquoise, plum, green and frosted, pastels. Gold brocades gleam, and mctallics highlight black, brown and deep reds. Jeweled embroidery twinkles on shoulder straps, necklines, sleevos and hemlines. Jet and ice dia- mente cobweb designs and mobile teardrop or chandelier motifs will sparkle in soft candlelight. There's a neat trick in store, too, 4 for the gal who wants her money's worth out of her invest* RED WOOL JERSEY and ocelot combined in ment in a floor-length gown. Long this costume. The dress is sleeveless and detail- tunic tops worn over narrow, long cd by narrow seaming. The jacket stands out in skirts for evening can be worn .petal effect at the back. i without the skirt as a cocktail Marriage Announced WOODHULL Announcement has been made of the martiagc of Miss Shirley Anne Pitts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vcrl Pitts of Woodhull, and Jimmy LcRoy SWank, Airman 3.G\, son of Mrs. Lilah Bloomficld of Viola. The couple exchanged vows in a ceremony at the Baptist Church in Carthage, May 19, 1SW2. The Ilcv. Albert Easton officiated. Mrs. Swank was graduated from AlWood High School in lima and is employed by W. T. Grant Co., Galesburg. Airman Swank, who has been statroned at Glasgow Air Force Base, is on furlough and will leave Aug. 11 for South Rutslip Air Base in England. He was graduated from Winola High School before entering the service. WO G Ik The held Make 'n Bake 4 -11 Club a Monday morning meeting at the home of Janet Crayton, 1706 Jefferson St. Alice Mackcy gave a talk on "Being Neat and Clean Before Starting to Bake.'* Martha Graham gave a report on Share-the- Fun night, Jt was announced that club achievement day will be Thursday, July 18, at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Mucld, 2678 Lincoln Park. Countv Achievement will County be Tuesday, at George Churchill Junior High. iitUtmni 'A * M i. LMi *t. it'll -ft 'Ml*' i • • MM tHMiltiHttH m Mil Mtt if i IK* f i4 14 I* 14 » t * * f i nit itlUU !iiii i:mn i "fjlllj:: ill HfOi "'ijiiiit Jffl tl'A • • • • * t f w I ** * i. utr* "MM* If f 4t**44l lira FRIDAY and SATURDAY Our Fashion Floor is filled with Fosh By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPD-One trend- setting dress manufacturer said that "the long dinner dress will be worn (this fall) where a woman would have worn a short one last fall." One trade publication predicted the fall and winter of 1963 would be "the biggest long dress season since World War II." 4 The manufacturer, Larry Aidrich, president, of the New York Couture Group of fashion firms, the oublication. Women's dress for late afternoon. This year, autumn evenings will be a glamorous time, as feminine as a whiff of expensive perfume. In the superb elegance of the new evening clothes you will feel as beautiful as you look. apd'' Wear publication, summed the Bora weekend CAN YOU USE a. - r We have selected about forty dresses from our regular stocks fn cottons, dagrons, woolens, knits — Daily, summed up major trend in evening fashions— the one toward the slim dress falling floor length. There were a few evening dresses shaped closely to the figure with the empire or raised waistline. But most depended on fabric draping, bias cut and seaming to outline the figure—s kimming lightly over the body, never pasted against it. Wool proved a favorite fabric in new styles $14.98 to $25.00. priced from Pick your style and size and price. $6 SWIMSUITS Save to 40% for evening sheer designers used it in both black, Every weekend Save 40%. COKESBURG SPORTS Reduced This weekend we will offer what is without question the finest and nost attractive line of sportswear in the U.S.A. mm The brand is "Gokesbury". Slacks Capris Bermudas Jamaicas — Shorts — all reduced — some as much as 33% SPRING COATS Save About "30".choice Spring Coals at special prices for this weekend selling. Ideal for spring, summer and fall wear. Attractive styles and fabrics. All marked for quick - quick • ^ selling', Save up* to 50%. weights, in white and pastel variations. The firm of Samuel Winston, boasted of wool so light that a complete ensemble of long dress and coat weighed less than five pounds. By* contrast, almost every collection produced a group of formats in lush, costly brocades, metallics, velvets, satins and jew­ elled silks. Winston announced that the gold embroidered fabric used for sleeves of a simple black evening dress cost him $100 a yard. There is more cover-up than bareness in evening clothes. Sleeves, for instance r on short and long formal dress ran all the way to the wrist, usually covered with beading. But Oleg Cassini bucked the tide and showed daring necklines for evening. A group of black crepe dresses came with the hack exposed all the way to the waist, the front sinking daringly low. Merry Misses To Tour Bakery Plans were made for a tour of Lucky Boy Bakery on July 22 when members of Merry Misses 4-H Club met recently at the home of Tessie Behlke, 941 Willard St. Members will meet at 9 o'clock in the morning at the home of Mrs. William Bronson, 1008 N. Cherry St., the leader, and the tour will be at 9:30. Sarah Heintz gave a talk on "Table Manners," and Tessie Behlke demonstrated how to prepare a vegetable salad. Jackie Colvin gave a demonstration on placing the hem in a skirt. Refreshments were served by the hostess and Martha Pettit was in charge of recreation. Newlyweds Reside In Galesburg Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hawkins, who were married May 4, are now residing at 1189 E, Berrien St. The couple were married at a civil ceremony read by Dominic J. Farina at New Buffalo, Mich. Mrs. Hawkins, the former Barbara Ann Lehr, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lehr, Norwood Park Township, and her husband, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hawkins of near Cameron. Both attended Western Illinois University, Macomb. Mr. Hawkins is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. 01 fl Drivers WASHINGTON (UPD-The accident index for drivers aged 60 to 69 years is below the national average; the index for those above 70 is equal to the national average. Dr. Donald P. Kent, special assistant for aging, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, who reports so, recommends stricter physical and psychological testing for all drivers—not exclusively for the older age group as proposed by the National Safety Council. Growing Up* The 1963 sofa beds are growing up. Some models unfold to king- size double beds. Comp Parts PILOT VM to Others have a the special of the device i (I The PSatfe prop up the top of the mat- ss for late nicht TV 16? Store Hours: Monday- 12 Noon to 9 P.M. ( i Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday-9:30 Friday-9:30 Saturday-9:30 P.M. P.M. P.M. by SPRING SUITS Save Our entire stock of spring, autumn and trans-season tailored suits in two and three piece styles reduced for this weekend. Save up to 50%. Say Charge PLAYSUITS t Just a few left of these attractive tubbable play suits for women, Print blou$e with solid color shorts. Regular I Your Credit is Good at Ke!$5.98 values for $3.98, foggs. Need EXTRA SPECIALS Credit Card. Make your tormfit former Is Visitor Mrs. Laura Elgin, Galesburg resident left Monday for her home in Loredo, Tex., after visiting with relatives and friends. COTTON Purchase and targe sizes — seersucker, Regular $3.98 qualities. Salesperson — "Charge It." REVERSIBLE TOPS $4.98 The ideal jacket top for skirts and sleeveless dresses. One side print — the other solid color. Regular $6.98 qualities. Kellogg TEEN DR - Half Price ion Just a few of these attractive teen dresses in prints and solid-colors. Sizes: 6 to 14. Lycra EXTRA LONG LEG Power net with nylon lace front panel and satin elastic back panel. S,M,L Long $7.95, NOW $5.99. $8.95 FOUNDATIONS Second Floor Clearance Making room for new Fall merchandiie arriving daily. Women's Jamaica SHORTS Large assortment regular $2.98 and $3.98 Jamaicas, Sizes 10 to Women'! Summer Handbags Many styles, shapes and colors. Regular $2.98 and $5.00. Women's Better Dresses Junior, missy or half size dresses. Large assortment. Regular to $14.95. Women's Sleepwear Women's all cotton or cotton blend gowns and pajamas. Girls' 3 to Sleeveless resses Many styles and colors Regular to $2.98. Girls' or Boys' Summer Playwear Shorts, tops, swimsuits. Girls sizes of all ages. Boys' 3 fo 12. Girls' Boys' Better Playwear Better shorts, swimsuits, short sets and blouses. Regular to $2.98. Girls' Better Swim Suits Fine quality g i r I $' swimsuits. Noveftit*» or solids. Jut* Say "Charge Jt" of Klintt'». No rn ority down up to six months to pay. r - r- •V it 1 1 P.

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