Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
Page 9
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' t deception Motion Cjvand 'WJorthu ^4Ji viier Miss Helen Davie Palm* er, recently installed as grand worthy adviser of the state of Illinois at the Grand Assembly of the Order of Rainbow for Girls in Chicago, was the guest of honor ftt a reception in Masonic Temple Saturday evening, Galesburg Assembly, Order of Rajnbow for Girls,' was host. Present for the occasion were Mrs. Oliver Kolmer, Springfield, supreme deputy, and Mrs, Leila K. Dugan, also of Springfield, active member of the Supreme Assembly. Mrs. Kolmer appointed Mrs. Gene Palmer, Knoxvillc, mother of the new grand worthy adviser, and Mrs, Virginia Pape, Kirkwood, as grand deputies, and both gave short* talks. As Miss Bea Rhea Piatt, soloist, sang "Just a Closer Walk With Thee," Miss Palmer was crowned princess in the realm of nature, which has been selected as her theme for the year. She was presented with gifts from each of the seven provinces of virtue, then escorted under the rainbow arch held by Miss Kathy Templcton, sister of faith, and Miss Debbie Bfiiley, to her throne in the East. Receives Bouquet She was given a bouquet of yellow roses from Galesburg Assembly by Miss Candy Palmer, court page, and Miss Sharon Enlow presented her with a guest book and a contribution for the grand charity fund from her assembly. Mrs. Wayne Adcock, mother adviser, welcomed the guests. Miss Palmer named her theme, "God's hand in mine;" her flower as "all of God's garden of ^flowers," and yellow as her color. The honoree's selected color was used in table decorations when refreshments were served later in the dining room. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Clarence Manworren, Miss Debbie Spencer and Miss Templeton. Members of the advisory board of Galesburg Assembly were in SIDEWALK DAY 20"of JUNK CARROLL'S Golesburg Register-Moil, Gglesbutg, III, Monday, July 15, 1963 .8 Henderson Grove Scene of Ceremony WEARING HER OFFICIAL CROWN and decoration* as grand worthy adviser of the State of Illinois, Order of Rainbow for Girls, Miss Helen Dayle Palmer (center) was honored by her own assembly Saturday evening at a reception in Masonic Temple. Officers here to congratulate Miss Palmer included Mrs. Oliver Kolmer, Springfield, supreme deputy (left) and Mrs. Leila K. Dugan, Springfield, active member of the Supreme Assembly (right). charge of refreshment arrangements. Miss Pamela Fackler and Miss Susan Doty, both past worthy advisers of the local assembly were in charge of the ceremony and decorations. Offlceri Serving with Mrs. Adcock as officers for the evening were Miss Sue Johnson, grand editor and acting chaplain; C. L, Palmer, master counselor of Galesburg Order of DeMolay; Miss Doty, past , grand' 1 representative and acting mistress of ceremonies; Miss Polly Heller, past worthy adviser and acting sister of love. Also, Miss Janet Dickerson, past worthy adviser and acting sister of religion; Miss Fackler, past worthy adviser and acting sister of nature; Miss Marilyn Findahl, junior past worthy adviser, and acting sister of immortality, Miss Candy Jacobson, worthy adviser and acting sister of fidelity; Miss Sandy Weber, worthy associate adviser and acting sister of patriotism: Miss Caroline Bailey, past 'worthy adviser and acting sister of service; and Miss Martha Smith, musician. Also present were officers, Miss Harriet Wells, Antioch, grand worthy associate adviser; Miss Lynne Kraft, Bloomington-Normal, grand charity; Miss Alicia Parrott, Jacksonville, grand hope. Also, Miss Trudy Long, Carlinville, grand recorder; Miss Donna Giekcf, Moline, chaplain; Miss Marilyn Deal, Morrlsonville, drill leader; Miss Barbara Berry, Champaign, religion; Miss Janet . Ehle, Rockford, grand immortality;< Miss Judy Rohr, Lincoln, fidelity; Miss Judy Armstrong, Palmyra, outer observer, and 2.') grand representatives and members of the state executive board. SOANGETAHA Women's bridge at Soangetaha Country Club will be Tuesday afternoon at 1:15 o'clock at the clubhouse. Mrs. Frank Schiele is chairman for the afternoon. GARDEN CLUB Galesburg Garden Club members will meet at Lincoln Park Pavilion at 6:30 o'clock Tuesday evening for a picnic. Kingery-Corr - (Continued from page 8) Deisron and Miss Sharen Waggoner. Miss Alice Zander, sorority sister, had the guest book, and gifts were in charge of Miss Joanne Sandage, Miss Cindy Johnson, Miss Renee Winans, Miss Barbara Lynn. Following a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside at 509 Sherman, Evanston. The bride is a graduate of Western Illinois University and was a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, serving at president. In the fall- she will be teaching art at Highland Park. The bridegroom, who attended Western Illinois University, was a member of Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. He is employed at McMaster-Carr Supply Co., Chicago. A damp chamois will remove dog hairs from upholstered furniture. Wedding promises were exchanged in Henderson Gfove Lutheran Church Saturday evening by Miss Vera Lynn Galbreath of near Galesburg and Dean Combs of London Mills. Miss Galbreath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Galbreath, Galesburg, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs, Lowell Combs of London Mills were married in a single ring ceremony at which Rev. Roy W. Johnson officiated at 8 o'clock. A blue and white wedding theme Was denoted in the all-white costume of the bride and the blue dresses and flowers of her attendants. Miss Galbreath, who was given in marriage by her father, carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and ivy to complement her ehan- tilly lace and taffeta wedding gown. Embroidered flowerettes outlined the bateau neckline of the long sleeved dress and the lace bodice came to a point at the waistline. The tulle skirt fashioned over nylon net and taffeta had a chapel train. Sisters of the bride, Mrs. Donald Remer of London Mills was matron of honor and Miss Janet Galbreath, bridesmaid. Each wore small white hats with veils with their short sleeved blue nylon dresses designed with rounded necklines, waist - encircling Their colonial bouquets were of blue laco cnrna'.ion.s. Best man was Donald Remer, London Mills, and ushers were Richard Galbreath, the bride's brother, Raymond Harris, Ophiem and Everett Cams of Rio. Later, guests offered congratulations and best wishes at a reception rn the home of the bride's parents. The selected colors of blue and while decorated the refreshment table centered with a tiered wedding cake decorated with blue and white wedding bells. Candelabra were at each side. Given serving honors were Mrs. Bernard Johnson, Mrs. Raymond Harris, also a sister of the brrde, Mrs. Eugene .ngle and Mrs. Fred Hunt, the latter of Alexis. Inviting guests to sign the bride's book was Miss Alice Sherwood of Henderson. Mrs. Everett Cams and Miss Delores Kcrrtiey, both of Rio, and Miss Diane Dunn were in charge of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Combs are residing near London Mills, where the • v--j cummerbunds and full skirts, bridegroom farms with his father. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Combs (Miss Vera Lynn Galbreath) Miss Roberts - (Continued from page 8) bride's aunt; Mrs. Russell Crum, Minneapolis, Minn., Miss Edith Reynolds, Altona, and Mrs. Wayne Welch of Alpha. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Natalie Thompson of Woodhull and Mrs. Dick Johnson of North Hender son. Mrs. Campbell was graduated from Bradley University, Peoria, where she was affiliated with the Sigma Kappa social sorority. Mr. Campbell served three years in the service, attended Arizona State University, where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. The newlyweds will reside in Mesa, Ariz. FUN AND BARGAINS FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY WEDNESDAY, JULY 17th - 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. SIDEWALK DAYS LOOK FOR HALPERNS PATCH WORK AWNING WITH THE BALLOONS NO TRY-ONS SIDEWALK SPECIALS NO LAYAWAYS 36 JAMAICAS $•159 Reg. 2.98 22 BLOUSES T. Reg. to 3.98 60 TEE TOPS $2 $3 Reg. to 5.98 | ODDS and ENDS | | CHARITY CASES | | REAL LEMONS | 3—Swim Suits <A reg. to 12.98 w 6-Wool Slacks $Q rag. to 12.98 0 1-Wool Suit til reg. 22.98 1 1 SIDEWALK DAY 1-White Blazer $# reg. 14,98 0 3-Wool Plaid Vests $1) reg. 8.98 L 8-Handbags $A reg. to 8.98 *• Asst. Pins $1 values to 3.00 1 8—Bouffants $ 1 reg. to 5.98 I 4—Sweatshirts $ 1 reg. 3.98 1 1-Ben Casey Jkt. t| reg. 9.98 1 SIDEWALK DAY DRESSES PUR ENTIRE SUMMER STOCK Reg. 10.98 to 19.98 BETTER DRESSES Including Famous L'Aiglons SWIM SUITS Our Complete Stock Included $ 8 $ 10 12 $ 14 $ 16 VZ"* BLOUSES JAMAICAS P. Pushers — Surfers Reg. 2.98 to 8.98 SKIRTS $3 $4 $5 $6 Keg. 3.98 to 9.98 FORMAIS -.Vi off I RAINCOATS SLACKS -$3 . $5 | Summer Sweaters $3 * **.\ COORDINATES _..$6 • $8 1 Summer Jackets 2-PC. JAMAICA & BLOUSE SETS Reg. 3.98 & 6.98 CHARGE IT - LAY IT AWAY USE THE BUDGET THE MOST SENSATIONAL EVENT IN OUR 10 YEAR HISTORY Starts Tuesday, July 16 thru Saturday, July 27 Never before have we offered such on unusual sale . • . absolutely the BIGGEST event ever. Space doesn't allow us here to cover the complete details . . .you MUST get all the facts from the sign stop in CLOSEOUTS SOLID MAPLE HUTCH CUPBOARD $ J posted and in our let us window at 419 E. Main . explain it to you. Hurry! or 46" wide, canopy top, open shelves. Reg. $220.00 SAVE $71.00 SOLID MAPLE HARVEST TABLE Dropleaf style. Opens to 40x48, seats 8. Matching deacon bench. SAVE $52.00 Reg. $142.00 $ggoo ALL MERCHANDISE REDUCED 20% to 50% Includes furniture, draperies, curtains, lamps and lamp shades, gift ware. 1-Only UPHOLSTERED SOFA 72" beige nylon tweed, 2 cushion foam rubber. SAVE $76.00. ONLY $ 169 0C 2-ONLY HIGH BACK SWIVEL ROCKERS $QQ00 Brown nylon. Reg. $139.00 *89' SAVE $50.00 2-COLONIAL CLUB CHAIRS Beige, foam $OQ00 filled cushions. 0 # Reg. $115.00 ea. Pair $169.00 ALL SOLID MAPLE OCCASIONAL FURNITURE including step tables, end tables, coffee tables REDUCED 20% NEED TWO CHAIRS? _ YOUR $ • SWIVEL ROCKER, brown nylon tweed CHOICE • COLONIAL STYLE CLUB CHAIR (Reg. $100.00 each) SAVE $21.00 79 00 ALL CURTAINS and DRAPERIES GREATLY REDUCED 30" • 36" - 45" TIER CURTAINS with matching valances 36" tier $000 CURTAINS only A pr. VALANCES at $1.00 pr. READY MADE DRAPERIES 50 x 63 and 50 x 90 Reduced V3 to V% BUY NOW FOR FALL am Left's ^fYlaple Slio k 419 East Main St Galesburg, Illinois

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