Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 23, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 23, 1973
Page 11
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Reside in Peoria Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Derby, who were married April 7 At St. Patrick's Church in Ebnwood, reside in Peoria. Mrs. Derby, the former Miss Catherine Marie Renwicic, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Renwick of Elmwood, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas^E. Derby of Peoria. Mrs. Derby is employed at Commercial National Bank, Peoria, and her husband at Zeller Zone Center, Peoria. College News ... Blake Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne Barnes, Monmouth, has joined Gamma Tau Pi social group at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Students at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine are planning their annual Open House to be held during Veterinary Medical Education Week April 22-28. Open House will be Friday and Saturday April 27 and 28 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on the Urbana Campus in the College's Small and Large Animal Clinics. Michael McElvaine, Avon, and Robert H. Larson, Knoxville, are students in the 4-year professional program leading to a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Degree. Thomas L. Marvelli, son of Dr. and Mrs. Marshall A. Marvelli, 150 Circle Drive, has begun his own sports telecast for WELH, campus radio, at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston. First guest on Marvelll's weekly show was Jeff Fifield, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Pifleld Jr. of 70 Circle Drive. Fifield is currently playing for the Eastern tennis team as a freshman. Named to the Dean's List at Eastern Illinois University in Charleston were Steven D. Anderson and Roger E. Callahan^ both of Galesburg, and Peggy A. Paulsgrove, Knoxville. Their names were omitted from a previous article. Plan Pro Race At the Silver Rims Motorcycle Club meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rowland, 1104 Lombard St., Wednesday evening, Charlie Prather, president, presided. Plans were finalized for the upcoming pro race May 6, with a food committee named for the event. It was announced there will be a special meeting at the Tom Ronks' home in Abingdon on Wednesday to complete plans for the race. Refreshments were served by ,Mr. and Mrs. Prather and Mrs. Leroy Nelson. Galesburg Civic Art Center 114 EAST MAIN ST. OAIESBURO PRESENTS Watercolors by Bruce Bohick NOW THRU MAY 4th Gallery Hours: TUESDAY thru FRIDAY 11 $30 om to 4:30 pm Sot 10:30 om to 3:30 pm LoAk Whttl^ Happened 10 Cotton Knital Golesburg Register'MQif, GQlesburg, Mohdoy. Apfil 23. 1973 11 in ion Niir YOWt (NBA) - "A t4|iirt to t Tihlrt, la « amoek i i wiy o( liteaitd II Mi ttniHkeia," atld lt«mte Qrais, j^mte president o( "Quote llielr T 'Shlfts are of a new generation and while based on the concept of the cotton single knM, they are a far cry from the man't'Style undeMhirt Rosie Hie Riveter discovered daring Worid War H. They incorporate all the current fashion details and trends such as bertha collars, shirred yoltes, dolman sleeves and die layered look: "But they are still priced to fit the cotton-ltnit category," Gross said, "and this means a lot of fashion for a moderate price." The T-shirt has grown up and it can be a dress, a Idmono, a tmr(H>iece set, a mini tank dress. iQross knows what he's talking about when it comes to cotton knits — they have been a big part of his life. From '48 to '67 he built up and ran a company, Smartee, which did a lot of business in cotton knits and made a tot of money. It was bought out by a large conglomerate and he retired for a few years to soak up the California sun. He 's back in the apparel industry again with some Ronnia Gross, president of ''Quote Me/' with mambtrs of his staff and mora of thoir young, catchy t-shirt designs. Social Announcements Card Parties GALESBURG DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Galesburg Duplicate Bridge dub met Tuesday evening at the Hotel Custer. Winners were, first, Mrs. Gladys Masilko and David Riess; second, Mrs. E. M. Atkinson and E. D. Koepke; and third; Mrs. Marshall MarveUi and David West. Members are asked to note change in all future meeting places. The club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Midwest Credit Union Building. BUNKER LINKS LADIES GOLF CLUB The Bunker Links Ladies Golf Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Steele Middle School. Beginners are being invited to attend, as well as any businesswomen interested in organized golf play after work. for further information one may call Mrs. Wes Pipes, 1309 N. West St., or Mrs. Vincent Morrissey, 1294 N. West St. Social Services Are Topics For Discussion The (Mder American Act, public restroom. Senior Citizens' center and other social services were topics discussed when Knox County Coordinating As- sodatdon for Older Americans new ideas about fashion and the contemporary woman. Staff Is Young His design staff for his five lines is young and "with it" andj keeps its pulse on the fashion marl(et, on the kids, older consumers and retailing trends. Elach division has its own look and special styling and the met Wednesday in Moon Tower's Community Room. Speakers, were Th<snas Herring, city manager; Capt. Raymond Briggs, Salvation Army; Ato. Clilfoird E. Pearson, chairman of nutrition committee; Mrs. 0. 0. Nelson, Senior Center chairman; Mrs. Mary Orr, and Luden Zimorski, state dl- rectOTs. Miss Boyer" (Continued From Page 10) Pat Hughs of Knoxville, and Mrs. Max Hughs of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hughs reside at 106 S. Market St., Knoxville. Both were graduated from Knoxville High School. Mrs. Hughs is employed at Ron's Super Val |U, Knoxville, and her husband, by Burlington Northern Railroad. On windshield wiper blades, use balcing soda solution to clean away accumulated grease clothes are marketed under such catchy labels as "Ronnie- didn'tmeanit," "Quotations," "Quips," "On Q." "The 'Ronniedidn'tmeanit' label reflects," admits Gross, "my occasional outbursts around the showroom. My partner, Jerry Fishman, would follow behind me and assure the buyer, 'Ronnie didn't meaii it.' It became such a routine that we decided to make it the name of one of our divisions." Gross attributes the company's success to its emphasis on fashion within the moderate price framework. Do You N««d A PanmnanlT 12.50 for 8.50 THERESA SHIPP BEAUTY SHOP •7a N. Aeadamr St. Appointmaati Onlr — 343-1304 OOMMUNirV BIKK RIDE A Community Bike Ride will begin at Lincoln Park Sunday at 1:30 p.m. and conclude at 4:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome. STUDY CLUB Study Club members will meet Wednesday at. 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. H. B. Dutell, 219 mini Drive; JUNIOR AUXILIARY The Junior Auxiliary of Ralph M. Noble Unit 285 will meet this evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Home. Mothers are invited and Miss Poppy will be honored. WOMEN OF~THE MOOSE Women of the Moose will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Moose Lodge. ABWA The Galonais (Siapter of the American Business W<Mnen's Assn. will hold a dinner meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, LAPM Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs Militant will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the Odd Fellows Hall. SAt The meeting of Sigma Alpha Iota Alumnae and Patronesses scheduled for Tuesday evenhig has been postponed lo Tuesday, May 1, at 8:30 p.m. h) the home of Mrs. Robert Near of near Wataga. LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS The annual meeting of the League of Women Voters will be in the home of Mrs. Donald Torrance, 434 Columbus Ave., Thursday at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner, followed by the business meeting at 7:30 p.m. KNOX COUNTY HOME WORKSHOP CLUB The Knox County Horhe Workshop Ciub will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Labor News rather than at the home of Curt. Cook, 1053 Johnston St. as pre-' vicusiy announced. GARDEN STUDY CLUB Garden Study Group of the Galesburg Woman's Club will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the Reflection Pool, hi Standish Park for a coffee hour and tour of the parlf. In case of rain the meeting will be held at the same time at the Woman's clubhouse. I I SOMETHING TO FILL THE EAAPTYNESS PfERCED EARRINGS In Your Ears. All Colors — All Styles — All Shapes. Large Selection. FROM ^.00 Leo ^teixi^ & ^on$y Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg Wahi Emphcms The long waistline is back and is emphasized with blouson tops and dresses, all reminiscent of the 1930s. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center consists of watercolors by Bruce Bobick. The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Florence Lindberg, Miss H. M. Federspiel, Mrs. J. Harvey and Mrs. Blake Neeley. WHO Hos the Most SHELLS LESLIE'S Yea! LESLIE'S Sponsored By There's comfort In every step you take in this smart, •fitting shoe. Step into a pair and you know you'll look your best. mikaHdayiri Red Cross Shoes: great-looking shoe 314 f. MAIN ST. PH. 342-1313 *Ikli 9r«7ii (t kM M «•««•(>!»• wMiwtr «>»> AaMltm Nolisnol R «4 Ciatt ethaiTallen classic manor Just in time lor the bride's first home or the couple ready for a truly impressive master bedroom! 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