Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 13, 1963 · Page 3
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fflflttrtr collegians , , , at vVotk, at play or at school. ' U M Washington Attn* spending the spring participating Jn the Washington semester program of the American University, Sandra Epperson, • 942 Jefferson St., is also spending the summer in Washington, £>. C, before returning to Monmouth College for the fall term and her senior year. She's working as receptionist for Tom Mclntyrc, senator from New Hampshire. To Begin Senior Year Returning to Creighton University, Omaha, in September for his senior year will be Francis Nemecek, 1163 N. Broad St., who has a job at Kanartcx Coatings, Inc., for the summer months. Howard Mower Jr., 1591 N. Prairie St., has been working for his father at Distillers and Brewers Sales Co., both in the office and on the truck this summer. In September he will return to St. Ambrose College, Davenport, as a junior. David Moberg of near Galesburg is one of the collegians with summer employment at Gale Products. He will be in his junior year at Carleton College, Northfield, Minn., next year. Dick and Deanna Miller, Lake Bracken, are both students at the University of Denver, Colo. Dick, who spent last weekend at home, will be graduated from the university in August and hopes to work in the Denver area. His sister, who has a summer job at Galesburg State Research Hospital, will be a sophomore in the fall. Deborah Davis, 230 Hackberry Rd., after spending the summer at home, will return to Stephens College in the fall as a sophomore. Returning to Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, as a junior, Shirley Drasites, 1603 Florence Ave., is attending summer school at kndx College, combined with working a few hours a day at Galesburg Import Motors, Inc., for her father. After completing summer school at Monmouth College, Laurie Doyle, 1668 N. Cherry St., will work at Knox College for the remainder of the summer, when the Illinois Bell Institute is in progress. She'll be a sophomore at Beloit College in the fall, Susan Doty, 641 N. Academy St., is in Normal, attending summer school at Illinois State Normal University, where she'll be • • • a junior in the fall. Marfan Molt, a classmate at Normal, will be her house guest this weekend. Lee Dickson, 797 E. Fourth St., Is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co, for the summer, but will return to the Southern Illinois University campus for his senior year in September. Mike DeWitt, 1019 W. North St., whose art work appeared in the college magazine, "Birches and Phie," this year, is working at Rowe Manufacturing. He'll be a sophomore at Bemidji State College, Bemidji, Minn., next year. 4 Galesburg fteaister-Moil. Gatesbura. It), Sohtrcfav, Julv 13,1.W3 8 News tor end About Women \JUt PeopL and Pi Select Date of Wedding Miss Joan Carole Conner of Burlington, Iowa, and Dale Smith of LaGrange Park, whose engagement was announced last August, have selected Sunday, July 21 as the date of their wedding. Miss Conner, a former Galesburg resident, and the bridegroom-elect will pledge vows at First United Presbyterian Church in this city, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Friends are invited to attend the wedding and the reception which will follow in the church social rooms. Parents Announce Troths Miss Edna Bowman The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Edna Mae Bowman to Robert L, Strom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross C. Strom of Victoria, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Bowman, of Yates City. The briderdect, a graduate of Yates City High School, is cm- ployed at the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., in Galesburg. Her fiance graduated from Williamsfield High School and is engaged in farming at Victoria. The wedding will be Saturday, Aug. 24, at 10 o'clock in St. Patrick's Catholic Church at Elmwood. The reception will follow immediately in the Community Building at Douglas. Relatives and friends are invited to the wedding and to the reception. ctceA»• • WSCS Panel Topic, 'Lands of Decision' Using a selection on friendship Stage A Coat Revolt ROME (AP)—A complete ban on full-length coats for fall and winter seems to have been established by Rome designers. It was three-quarter length all the way in shows at Eleanora Garnett and Gregoriana today. The same held true at Tita Rossi and Sarli Thursday. Apparently Gregoriana tired of all those sleeveless dresses under coats and jackets, and decided to reverse the trend. It means every coat needs its own suit or dress. only ONE There is only one WELCOME WAGON 30 yean of experience fostering good will in business and community life. For information om Welcome'Wagon, phone. 343.9365 from' Mrs. A. I. Carrier's devo tional book, Mrs. W. O.' Seward, president, opened the meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at First Methodist Church on Friday. Members met in the dining room of the church for coffee at 9:30 o'clock with Mrs. Charles Whitver presiding at the coffee service. A board meeting preceded the general meeting. Note was made that the 75th anniversary of deaconess work in the Methodist Church is being observed. Rev. Orin Watson, director of Wedding Is Announced Mr. and Mrs. Ralph De- Vena of near Galesburg announce the marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, and Al J. Peplinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Peplinski of Detroit, Mich. The wedding took place at St. Cecelia's Church rectory in Peoria, Saturday, June 8. The bride was graduated from Galesburg High School with the Class of 1956 and from Western Illinois University in 1960. Mr. Peplinski attended high school and college in Detroit. Both are employed as chemists at Northern Regional Utilization Laboratory in Peoria. Mr. and Mrs. Peplinski are residing at 2215 N. University St., Peoria. 4-H Clubs Meet With Homemakers Extension Unit Girls of the Mix and Fix 4-H Club and Happy Go Lucky Club, mothers and leaders were guests of the Ontario Homemakers Extension Unit Thursday at the Oneida Methodist Church. The major lesson on "Dairy Foods" was presented by Mrs. Walter Moore. The Mix and Fjx Club gave a skit and Happy-Go-Lucky Club members presented a dress revue. They also displayed their projects on achievement. A business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Robert Johnson, first vice chairman, and the board report was given by Mrs. Clifford Munson. Refreshments were served by the officers. Christian education, spoke briefly about the vacation church school and the need for more teachefi to help in this work. The school will be in August this year. Devotions were led by Mrs. Iva Cecil, on the subject of the Bible as a living book. She read from Hurlbuts "Story of the Bible," and included part Of the Sermon on the Mount. Miss Norma Wier presented the music, Grieg's "Elfin Dance." The program subject, "Lands of Decision," was presented by Mrs. C. S. Haney, Mrs. S. G. Parks and'Mrs. Earl Gehring. The four countries under study this quadrennium are Argentina, Southern Rhodesia, Pakistan and China in dispersion. Problems and challenges in education, spiritual and other development in these lands were presented briefly by the panel. The Chinese people under consideration are the 23 million in dispersion who have fled Communist control on the mainland and are now facing difficult problems in countries strange to them. Mrs. Haney closed the meeting with prayer. Start Preparations For Convention Gamma Chi Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met Thursday evening in the home of Mrs. Jack Savidge, 713 Franklin Ave., to work on the Illinois state convention to be at Custer Inn in October. Colorful loot bags of various kinds of material were made and decorated with sequins, jewels and fringe. These, depicting the "Roaring 20's" theme, will be given to each guest registering at the convention. In early June, the group met in the Savidge home with Alpha Mu Chapter, co-hosts for the convention, to discuss and formulate plans. A social evening was held June 27 with the new board serving as hostesses. Members met at Putt- Putt golf course prior to an evening of cards in the home of Mrs. Rodney Rickords, 1446 N. Kellogg St. Winning golf prizes were Mrs. Marvin Scott and Mrs. Lloyd Hayes, and taking honors at cards were Mrs. Leroy Markam, a guest, and Mrs." William Morgan. Serving on the social committee with Mrs. Rickords were Mrs. Dale Hatch, Mrs. Robert Fensterer, Mrs. George Pinckley and Mrs. Phillip Crouch. Dine Sun. AT THi AAA Re*9mm«nd«a w CHILD? 309 f. Main Galesburg Miss Susan Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. Don Hamil ton of Viola announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Elaine, to Ronald L. Kiddoo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Kiddoo, of Joy. Miss Hamilton is a 1962 grad uate of Winola Unit High Schoo! and will be a sophomore at the University of Illinois in the fall Her fiance will return to the uni versity for his senior year. No date has been set'for the wedding. Announce Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. William Marshall of Niota announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Roger David Tripp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur R. Tripp of Niota. The bride-to-be was graduated in 1962 from Nauvoo-Colusa High School and Burlington School of Business. She is employed at the Marine Trust Co. in Carthage. Her fiance, also a 1962 graduate of Nauvoo-Colusa High School, is employed by Anchor Metals, Inc., Fort Madison, Iowa. The couple plan to be married Aug. 9 at 8 o'clock in the evening at the Appanoose Presbyterian church in Niota. "Friends and relatives are.invited to the wedding. Honored At Shower NORTH HENDERSON - Mrs. Richard Etheridge of Galesburg, the former Jeanette Jones of North Henderson, a recent bride, was honored at a miscellaneous shower one evening this past week at the Methodist Church. The following program was given: vocal duet by Donna and Susan Medhurst, accompanied by their mother, Mrs. Walter Medhurst, at the piano; piano solo by Mrs. Medhurst, and dancing numbers by Elizabeth Mathers and Karin Morgan. The bride opened gifts after the program. The serving table was decorated with the bride's colors of blue and white. Flowers were blue and white garden flowers. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Select Same Tour ... Each time J a n i e Hill wears her charm bracelet she designed this summer in Europe she'll remember something about the trip taken in the summer of '63. The bracelet, a graduation gift, started with an American Flag as its.first charm. Unbeknown to each other the G. W. Hendersons, 1591 N. Broad St., and the Mettvyn Hills, 1516 N. Academy St., selected t h e same European tour this year. Janie, who'll be a freshman at Monmouth College this fall, and Eddie, who was graduated from Grinnell this spring, accompanied their parents on the trip, but Shirley and, Jill Henderson stayed home with their grandparents. Among the souvenirs brought back by the Hendersons for their daughters were some charms, representing the various countries traveled by the tour group, composed of 28 members from all different parts of the country. Each of the families selected paintings to bring back, These ( will be constant reminders of the trip, which included visits at England, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Austria, Italy, Monaco and France. The trip to England and back from Paris was by jet, with the other modes of transportation being bus and train. Both spoke of the wonders and the art of the various countries mentioning St. Paul's Cathedral, St. Mark's, Notre Dame, and St. Peter's in Rome, where the travelers saw all the preparations for the coronation of Pope Paul VI. The chief topic of conversation and in the newspapers in England was the Profumo case. The visi tors were touring the Houses of Parliament the day Macmillan re^ ceived his vote of confidence. Eddie Hill was .impressed with the war damage, which is still apparent in many places, even with all the rebuilding which has been accomplished in the past two decades. Included on the tour was a trip up the Rhine with all its magnificent scenery, which im pressed all the Galesburg travelers. All spoke of the beauty of the flowers, which abounded everywhere. Mrs. Hill was intrigued by the ability of the Europeans to grow so many wonderful, colorful plants in the area of a window box. Both noted that the changing of the guard was totally different in London from that in Monaco, which appeared like a "miniature Disneyland" to them. En route from Rome, the travelers stopped at the Riviera, where they discovered the beaches were rocky rather than sandy. Highly versed in history was the guide, who accompanied them on the entire trip, as were each SCOTT, 5, (left) celebrated his fifth birthday with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Babbitt, 472 Oak St., on Sunday. Sherri (right) 7, and little .limmie (front), 21 months, and their brother are here from Yorba Linda, Calif., along with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Smith, to visit for a few weeks. Mr. Smith, who is a method engineer with Hughes Aircraft, will return to the west coast with the car, and the family, who will be here until the first of August arc returning by train. . Mrs. Smith is the former Shirley Babbitt. The children arc also spending some time with their uncle, R. E. Babbitt, 1667 N. Farnham St., and his family. of the individual guides throughout the various cities. Mrs. Henderson remarked she would have liked to have taken a tape record­ er so she could play back all the various voices and accents she heard on the sojourn. — By I.E.J. MR. AND MRS. KARL L. BEGHTOL (above) who were married June 29 at Immaculate Conception Church in Con* ncllsvillc, Pa., are shown aboard ship just before they docked at Miami, Fla., after spending their honeymoon in Nassau. Mrs. Beghtol, the for* mcr Anna Marie Baker, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. VV. Baker of Connellsville, Pa., and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin VV. Beghtol of near Galesburg. The new* lyweds are residing at Oxon Hill, Md., where he is employ* ed by Krafft-Murphy Inc. of Arlington, Va. Mrs. Beghtol is a member of the nursing- staff of Andrews Air Force Base Hospital, Camp Springs, Md. KNOXVILLE MUSEUM AND OLD JAIL Hosts Sunday afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock at the Knoxville Museum and Old Jail will be Mr. and Mrs. Harold Behringer. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NEWS ON PAGE 9 If You Wont the Unusual HANDBAG We Hove It ot WEBERS GIFT SHOP 149 East Main Beauty Salon Balcony 343-2112 Enhance those new vacation outfits with a hairstyle that's smart yet casual. Our own "Quixie" cold wave now prifed Jk 95* at only •NORMAL HAIR ONLY We feature quality cold waves manufactured by HELENE CURTIS (laxijL cftictiaidi. Prices . .. including shem- , , , , A « poo. cut and style .. start Haircut .99 at $7.50. • Utt Your Charge Account t No Appointment Necessary This Week Only | Shampoo*Style 1.99 STARTING MONDAY AT 9 A.M. REDUCTIONS OF UNQUESTIONABLE VALUE FOR MEN Suits 34.00 to 80.00 Values to 100.00 Sport Coats—_ 10.00 to 76.00 Values to 95.00 Top and Car Coats 20% to 50% Off Pants, 75 pair V2 Price Rain and All Weather Coats 10.00 to 32.00 ; Vol. to 52.75 Sport Shirts 20% Off FOR LADIES Dresses 20% to 50% Off Values to 45.00 Coordinates 20% to 50% Off Values to 89.50 Skirts 20% Off Value to 14.95 All Purpose Coats.._20% Off Values to 29.95 Car Coats ]/ 3 Off Values to 25.00 BONDI BUILDING The Shop Accommodating WELCOME WAGON

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