Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 23, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 10

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 23, 1973
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10 Gotesbura R«g |5tef -Mdil. Galesburg. III. Mopdoy, .April 23, 1973 9 • • • Miss Melissa McLaren Miss Melissa Lynn McLaren, daughter of Mr. «ind Mrs. liar* old McLaren, 999 N. Seminary St., became the bride o( John Robert Dugan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dugan, 1018 fi. South St., Saturday in the chapel of the First United Methodist diurch. The double ring candlelight ceremony, W6s reed for the couple by Rev. Joseph C. Hoff' Future Bride Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murphy, Cameron, suinounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, «^ane Marie, to Stanley H. Brock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brock, Litchfield, Minn. The bride-elect, a graduate of Warren High School, attended North Central Co^ege in Minneapolis, Minn., and is employed at the 3-M Company in Hutchinson, Minn. Her fiance, a graduate of Litchfield High School, Litchfield, Minn., attended Willmar Community College, Willmar, Minn. He is empV)yed in the Brock's Furniture Store, Litchfield, Minn. The wedding ceremony will be May 26 at 7:30 p.m. at the Cameron Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited. Miss Jane Marie Murphy man at 4:30 p.m. in the presence of the immediate families. Richard Dugan, the bridegroom's brother, was candle- lighter. Mrs. Harry Neave was organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected a satapeau gown enhanced by silk floss lace on the bodice and A-line skirt that flowed into an attached chapel length train headed by a back bow. The high ruffled collar was appliqued in lace, and long fitted sleeves were fashioned with Juliet pouffs. Her three tier white silk illusion veiling was caught to a Juliet headpiece, designed with ribbon insertion and Cluny lace. She carried a bouffant cascade bouquet of blue miniature carnations and white Sweetheart roses. Attendants The bride's sister, Miss Julie McLaren, maid of honor, was in a blue polyester dress. Her white picture hat was accented by matching blue ribbon trim. She carried A nosegay bouquet of white Marguerite daisie«, ac« cenled with blue ribbon. Best man for his brother Virasi ReX Dugan. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the Holiday Inn. Serving honors were given Mrs. Donald Fahlund, Knoxville; Mrs. Clarence McLaren, Jr., Columbia Heists; Mrs. Islea Ashley, Moline, Miss Sue Erickson, Mrs. Robert Henness; Miss Elizabeth Griffith and Miss Pam Henry. ^ Miss Lea Ann Chapin asked guests to sign the bride's book, and gifts were arranged by Miss Debbie McMeen and Miss Karen Boynton. Tlie newlyweds will reside at 545 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Dugan, a mid-term graduate of Galesburg High School, was formeriy employed at Mr. Steak Restaurant. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg Senior High School, is employed at Burlington-Northern Railroad. tlet* Secirelai/*ie& The 22nd annual Secretaries Week will be observed April 2258, with Wednesday set aside as Secretaries Day. Sponsored by "The National Secretaries Association (Intemafional), the week has as its theme, "Better Secretaries Mean Better Business. Activities for the week will be coordinated locally by the Galesburg Chapter of NSA with Mrs. Robert Seibert serving as chairman. The group has planned for spot announcements on local radio stations by NSA members, and,printed material and posters are displayed in local participating stores and restaurants. The annual National Secretaries Day breakfast will be in the Homestead Room, Hotel Custer, from 7-8:30 a.m. on Wednesday. The Future Secretaries Association of Abingdon High School will be guests of the local NSA chapter at the breakfast, and each girl will accompany her "Big Sister" to work for the morning. The "Big/Little Sister" program is in operation to encourage and show interest in the students by an NSA member. The Future Secretaries Association was founded by NSA member,. Marge Kisler, and since her death has been named in her honor. Currently under the leadership of Mrs. Dennis Quick, the high school girls are studying and working for a career in the secretarial field. An annual NSA scholarship •k LETS GO -k (3 dayi, 2 nilei) on Fri.. May IS thru Sun., May 20 to 45th Annual Tulip Festival at Holland, Mich. Prices, $75 for a single $65 ea. ? in a room, $60 ea. 3 in a room, $55 ea. 4 in a room. Phon* 342-4156 ox 342 T 671 S. Reservations due Fri., May 3. Continental Trailway Bus. is awarded for training in the business field to a high school graduate selected by the local NSA chapter. The money for the scholarship is raised primarily from the annual spring educational seminar sponsored by the local chapter of NSA. Both the seminar and secertaries week activities are open to anyone in the business world who would like to attend. Many NSA members avail themselves of the opportunity to become a certified professional secretary by passing a rigid examination to be given on May 4 and 5 of this year. To date 6,188 persons have obtained the CPS rating. Aims and goals of NSA are best summed up in their definition of a secretary: "A secretary shall be defined as an executive assistant who possesses a mastery of office skills, who demonstrates the ability to assume responsibility without direct supervision, who exercises initiative and judgment, and who makes decisions within the scope of assigned authority." Mrs. Seibert, representing NSA, invites all secretaries to share in the spirt of the 1973 Secretaries Week in emphasizing the contribution they make as part of the management team in business, industry, education, government and the professions. Xadies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 'O OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Eilhtr of Our Two Sloies Ofi Tuesday 1^ No f'lce Ptck up u-nd Dulivery Suedeii & Furs Exi luded LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 £ FERRIS 1472 N HENDERSON Miss Dianna Goodman . . . As music filled the sanctuary of the First Baptist Church on Saturday guests for the wedding of Miss Dianna Lynn Goodman and Gary Richard Simons were seated by Les Ehler and Roger Vlaming of Oak Lawn. The nuptials were solemnized at 3 p.m. as Rev Carlton G. Christenson read the double i ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. a^d Mrs. Rex Goodman of near Rose Hill, Iowa, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Simons of near Wataga. Miss Sylvia Fugate of Knox College, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied Mrs. Don Moffitt of Oneida, soloist. Best man was John Schlaf, and groomsman, Dick Young. Miss Joyce Goodman, Rose Hill, Iowa,, maid of honor, for her sister and Miss Lana Green, bridesmaid, were in blue dotted Swiss dresses with beaded lace trimming on the princess lines. White picture hats were marked with blue bows. Each carried baskets of white daisies. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Goodman carried a pompon bouquet of yellow roses and white daisies, with touches of greenery as the complement to her gown of white dotted Swiss over satin. Fashioned with a jewel neckline and Victorian sleeves, the gown had rows of lace forming front and back panel effects. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dugan (Miss Melissa McLaren) llliifc 1 f I Fingertip illusion veiluig was caught to a Juliet cap. Reception Hosts for the reception which followed at the church were Mr. and Mrs. Russell iHood. Assisting with the gifts were Roger Goodman, Mark Goodman, both of Rose Hill, Iowa, and Lynn Barnhouse of Oskaloosa, Iowa, while \at the gift table were Mrs. John Lancy and Miss Kathy Park of Altona. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Mrs. John Schlaf. Honors were accorded Miss Rita Cottom of Kirksville, Mo., Miss Janie Johnston of Davenport, Iowa, Mrs. Dennis Mabee of Oskaloosa, Iowa, and Mrs. Larry Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Simons, who resided at 406 S. Soangetaha, will take a June wedding trip to the Bahamas. A graduate of Oskaloosa High School, Oskaloosa, Iowa, and Northeast Missouri State College, Kirksville, Mo., Mrs. Simons is a second grade teacher at Rio Grade School. Mr. Simons, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed in cost accounting department at Midwest Manufacturing Co. liilil I liiliii 1 '•• Mr. and Mrs. Gary Simons (Miss Dianna Goodman) Mr. and Mrs. Don Hughs (Miss Jan Boyer) Miss Jan Boyer ... The Methodist Church in Knoxville was the scene of the wedding for Miss Jan Marie Boyer and Don Hughs, who were married April 15. Wedding vows were solemnized at 2 Rev. Clifford Parkes of the Christian Church | read the doubie ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mrs. Jim McGrew of near Knoxville, and the late Donnie Boyer, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Hughs, 514 E. South St., Knoxville. Best man was Brad Hobbs of Knoxville, and ushers were Mike Boyer, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., and Max Hughs, Gales< burg, brothers of the couple. Candlelighters were Brian McGrew, brother of the bride, and Todd Thomas of. Abingdon, cousin of the bride. Miss Karen Van WinkljC of Maquon and Miss Becky Clark of Gilson were soloists for the ceremony. Carries Daisies Given in marriage by her stepfather, Mr. McGrew, the bride carried an arrangement of pink, aqua and white daisies to complement her wedding gown of white silk taffeta, fashioned and designed by Mrs. Joe Pica of Abingdon. The A-line gown, trimmed with lace, was old-fashioned in styling. Veiling was caught to a half-hat. Mrs. John Cowman of Maquon, sister of the bride, matron of honor, selected an aqua gown with pink f\bwers., Her pink hat was trimmed with the floral print of the material. She carried an arrangement of pink, aqua and white daisies. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church, where Miss Wendi Hughs of Williamsfield was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Pam Henderson of Knoxvill,e, Miss Lueann Booten of Gilson and Miss Jackie Nelson of Abingdon. Honors were given Mrs. Mark Boyer of Wataga, Mrs. Mike Foyer of Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo., sisters-in-law of the bride, Mrs. (Continued on Page 11) Miss Robin Morrison ... Miss Robin Dale Morrison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Morrison of Joy, became the bride of Carl Anthony Martin, son . of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin of Aledo on Saturday, j The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Robert ,'Rosebraugh at the United Meth- f (Fourth in a Series of Six) By LAWRENCE E. LAMB, M.D. For the calorie-'watcher it is hard to beat soups, bouillon, or consomme. They are a wonderful way to cut the appetite for calorie-rich dishes that follow the soup course. They can be low in fat or they may contain mostly the polyunsaturated type of fat. They can also be a rioh source of vitamins or minerals. Bouillon is an especially good! way to avoid calories if you' enjoy drinking lots of beverages. Commercial bouillon cubes often contain as few as 6 or 7 calories per cube. One cube dissolved in a cup of hot water is far better for the health than a cup of caffeine-rich coffee, and it contains far fewer calories than most soft drinks do. Actual­ ly a bouillon cube contains fewer calories than a level half teaspoon ol sugar. Bouillon can be used as a base for many clear soups. Although homemade bouillon may be preferred, the conmiercial bouillon cubes are sabisifaotory for the busy cook. There are a variety of commercial soups available. Many oif the canned commercial soups qualify as low-fat foods, but except for consomme and bouillon, over 20 per cent of the calories in most canned soups comes from fat. You can significantly reduce this source of fat BRIDES OREAMIAND Where the loveliest weddings begin also the finest in wedding photography. Lowest prices around. VUit til* "On* Stop Shop" 444 N. Henderson 8t. Ph. 343-3111 by making your own soup. Some fas calcium " percentage commercial soups can be reduced by the addiiton of nom'at milk to condensed soups. A number of the dehydrated soup preparations are reasonably low in fat content (less than 20 per cent of calories from fat). Many people prefer frozen soups. Like canned soups, they can be diluted with nonfat milk to decrease the percentage of fat calories. Whenever the 'package suggests the option of using milk or water, remember that nonfat milk will help provide protein and such minerals of the creamed soups are actually high-^fat foods. One soup rich in fat is cream of mushroom soup, with 60 per cent of its total calories from fat. Fortunately, for those who want a polyunsaturated-fat diet, over half the fat is from polyunsaturated fat and less than 8 per cent from saturated fat. The source of the fat is the corn oil used in making the emulsion. Nonfat MUk The high percentage of fat in while reducing of calories in the the PERMANENT PART-TIME OFFICE HELP DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE MUST take DICTATION, TYPE, file, etc. Some selling too when store busy. Hours: Mondays Fridays 2 Saturdays 1 PM - 8:30 PM PM - 9 PM 9 AM - 5 PM Give Age, Experience & Past Salary. Write Register-Mail, Box #821 Bateman PTA Officers Installed New officers for 1973-74 were installed by Mrs. Jimmy Church, president, at the meeting of the Bateman School Parent-Teachers Association Thursday afternoon at the school. Serving will be Mrs. John Henning, president; Mrs. C. L. Claeys, vice president; Mrs. Darrell Hughs, secretary; and Mrs. Jack Wyatt, treasurer. . . , The third grade class under business meeting conducted by'the direction of Curtis McCarty Mrs. Eari Anderson, president.'presented a musical program. During the social hour Section II assisted by the hostess served refreshments from a table decorated in an Easter motiff. Mrs. Tanner Glass was given serving honors. Entertains Club Members of the Good Neighbors Club were entertained recently at the home of Mrs. Harry Brow,n of near Galesburg, where guests were Mrs. Erma Terpening, Mrs. Robert Ballew and Mrs. Frank Brown. Members voted to contribute to the Cancer Crusade and the Multiple Sclerosis Fund at the jodist Church at 2 p.m. Best •man was Steve Price of Aledo, and guests were seated by Gary {Price and Doug McWhorter, both of Aledo. Maid of honor was Miss Gin- total diet from fat, though it|™e Young, Keithsburg. will, of course, add to the total — calories. Oiowder is an exceptionally fine disih, and by adding cooked meat or poultry of your Given in marriage by her father. Miss Morrison selected a floral patterned gown of lace] over satin styled with a fitted} bodice, having sheer bishop choice to recipes yoii can make!sleeves, and a skirt fashioned flowers were white orchids with gypsophila accent. Guests offered felicitations to the coupJie at a reception which followed at the church. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside near New Boston. Mrs. Martin is a senior at Westmer High School, and her husband is employed at Joy Propane Co., Joy. a well4>alanced meal in one dish. All that is lacking is the green salad. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) (Next: Balance and Variety.) with a flounce hemline. Elbow length veiling was caught to a lace covered Juliet cap. Her MALES' formal weor "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5514 After Six, Lord Weit. 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