Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1963 · Page 9
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oude MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR MOORE (above), 1576 Mon* month Blvd., will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 5 o'clock In the afternoon at the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Carr, 991 N. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were married July 23, 1938, In Mus- catlne, Iowa. Besides their daughter Janet, Mrs. Carr, they have a son, James at home, they have four grandchildren. Mr. Moore Is employed at Butler's. Unit Plans for Summer Contests Country Clippers 4-H Club met in the home of Kathy Chris and Janet Thompson last week when the evening was spent in planning for the home ec grand finals, the public speaking contest and the demonstration contest. A sewing clinic was conducted and the leaders judged the girls sewing projects and gave assistance in final touches to the garments to be modeled. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Country Clippers will be guests LOOK NO FURTHER WEBER'S Prints Wedding Invitations Napkins and Matches. WEBER'S GIFT SHOP 149 East Main t < : < v 4 MR. AND MRS. EDWIN GALBREATH (above) of near Galesburg, who will note their 25th wedding anniversary on Thursday, will be guests of honor Sunday at open house at which their children win serve as hosts. Friends and relatives lire invited to call at the Galbreath home between the hours of 2 and 4 o'clock In the afternoon and 7 and 9 o'clock In the evening. The Galbreaths were married July 18, 1938, in Burlington, Iowa. They are the parents of five daughters, Mrs. Delano (Joyce) Carson, who resides in Isabela, Puerto Rico, Janet, at home, Mrs. Ray (Jeanne) Harris, Ophlem, Mrs. Donald (Judy) Remer, and Mrs. Dean (Vera Lynn) Combs, both of London Mills and a son Richard, also at home. There are two grandchildren. The couple request no gifts. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Hosts for Monday evening'^ bridge at the Knox County Country Club were Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Buckmaster. Hosts for next week will be Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fritz. Eleven tables were at play. Grand slam winners were Mrs. Francis Noel and Russ Cunningham. Winning first for the women was Mrs. Ralph Britt; second, Mrs. Joe King, and for the men, first, Phil Wilson, and second, Mr. Cunningham. The evening's prizes were won by Mrs. Mae Goff and Mr. King. of First Niters Homemakers Extension Unit this week. Lowrey Organ Club Meets At Rural Knoxville Homes The country homes of the Harry T. Thurmaris and the, Harry W Thurmans, near Knoxville, were the scene of the meeting of the Lowrey Organ Club last week. Organs set up in the adjoining lighted outdoor area provided music during the potluck picnic served to 40 members and guests Ted Thurman provided a hick ory log fire over which wieners were roasted. During a short business meet ing conducted by Mrs. Sam Rog ers, president, plans were dis cussed for a picnic supper, Aug 7 at the Lincoln Park Bandstand WRC to Be Represented At Convention Mrs. HaUte Gladfeltef, named dclegate-at-large at the r eee n't Woman's Relief Corps Department Convention In Peoria, Mrs. Thomas SefHch, president of the James Shields Corps and corps members Mrs. Elizabeth Shunick, | Mrs, Edwin McCants, Mrs. LeRoy Cruys and Mrs, C. E. Houghton wiii be among the 38 delegates and alternates from Illinois attending the 81st National WRC Convention in Cheyenne, Wyo., in Aiigust. In reading general orders regarding the recent state convention at last week's meeting of the corps it was noted that the project for the year chosen by the new department president, Mrs. Louise Swanson of Barrington will be the Veterans' Fund. Announcement was made of the annual department picnic to be held this year at the summer cottage of Mrs. Ann H. Atkins, a past president, near Havana. A council meeting for department officers and past presidents and a program of entertainment are being planned. There will be a basket picnic. Members are being asked to bring sack lunches for the sewing session at the home of Mrs. A. N. Walberg, 564 N. Cedar St., on Thursday. ' Plans were completed for the trip to Peoria, Friday, July 26 when corps members will tour a department store there. An invitation was accepted from the Galva Corps to attend a potluck dinner Aug. 2. Mrs Leo Hausman and Mrs. C. E. Miller are formulating plans to note the 75th anniversary of the local corps with the planting of a tree and the dedication of a plaque in memory of Clara Barton at the new Red Cross Building on North Henderson street. The charter was draped for Mrs. Maude Martin, Mrs. Effie Wright and Mrs. Laura Frymire at a short memorial service. During the reports of officers and committee chairmen it was announced that the books had been audited. Serving as pro tern officers were Mrs. Bertha Rodgers, Mrs. Frank Bell, Mrs. Cruys, Mrs. Hausman and Mrs. Gladfelter. Golden Opportunity SALE SPECIAL SALE—For a limited time, we offer the Shenandoah collection by Broyhill Premier at substantially reduced prices. You can now enjoy the charm of Early American on a modest budget. The friendly warmth of Shenandoah styling extends an invitation to relaxing comfort, as homey as a blazing hearth-fire. Your family will enjoy the solid comfort and enduring beauty for years to come. Take advantage now of this golden opportunity to enjoy a remarkable value in Early American. BUY HOW . . . DURING JBP DAYS and get an additional 20% merchandise bonus JASPERSON'S Colonial House 1087 North Henderson St. Gqlesburo ReQister-Moil, Golesburo, 111. Tuesday, July 16, 1963 9 Wedding Is at Home Mr, and Mrs. Morris Coleman were married Saturday evening at 8 o'clock In their home, 888 Avenue A where Rev. 8. J. Palson read the ceremony. For her wedding Mrs. Coleman selected a pink dress complemented with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. Serv* ing as attendant for her sister* in-law was Mrs. Momie Coleman of Galesburg, who selected a gold sheath dress for the ceremony. Miss Joyce Ann Falson, of Chicago, niece of Mrs. Coleman, was ringbearer. Attending the wedding were relatives and friends from Davenport, Iowa. Mrs. Coleman is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Faison of Davenport, Iowa. READ THE WANT ADS! Musical Program Presented at Organ Club Picnic 'A picnic supper was served when Galesburg Baldwin Organ Club members met Sunday evening at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stevens, southwest of Giison. Organ numbers were presented by Beverly Stevens, Linda McClurg and Mrs. Richard Carlberg and piano selections were played by Richard Stevens and Ed Brewer. Richard Stevens also played a violin number and Chuck McClurg played drums. Guests of the club were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bruning, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sargeant and children, Mr. and Mrs. Perry Sargeant and Ray tT. Shay, all of Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sargeant and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Sargeant of East Galesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stevens and family, Altona; Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stomberg. and children, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond King and children, all of DeLong; Mr. and Mrs. Harold McNeil and children of Little York. Also, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lundberg and Sheryl, Giison, Mrs. Hazel Carlberg of near Galesburg; Debbie, Diane and Rickey Glldden and Miss Leila McNeil, all of Aledo; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baughman and Terry of Maquon; Mr. and Mrs. Homer Mears. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mathews and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gregg, all of Knox- 'LOOKY, LOOKY, LOOKY I Step right up folks and take a chance.' This was the ballyhoo when boys in the 1600 block on North Kellogg Street had an outdoor fair Monday In the backyard at the Warren Unzicker home. When the photogra* pher stopped to take their picture they already had $1.90 in the till and they planned to donate their total proceeds to the Day Nursery. The youths had been working several days on decorations and games. Taking practice tosses (left foreground) was Tim White while Tim Szerlong (right foreground) enticed customers to the balloon board. In the background Peter Anderson, In the plumed hat, and Wendell Unzicker set up the bowling game. Party Notes Couple's 50th Anniversary In observance of their 50tb wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. John T. Delawder Sr., 518 Mills St., Knoxville, were honored at a surprise party given by their children Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Delawder were married July 13, 1913, in Ironton, Ohio, moving to Illinois in 1914. They farmed in the Maquon area until 1940 and have resided in Knoxville the past 16 years.' The couple have three children, Roy K. Delawder of Knoxville, Mrs. Edwin (Challene) Shively and John T. Delawder II, both of Galesburg. They have eight grandchildren and one great­ grandchild. The refreshment table, decorated in white and gold, was centered with an anniversary cake. Accorded serving honors were Mrs. Shively and Mrs. John T. Delawder II. Granddaughters assisting were Mrs. Eldon Smith, Miss Donna Shively, the Misses Karen and Sharon Delawder, Miss Ann Delawder,. and Mrs. Gary Shively. i _ About PeOple- ^ontinued from page 8) made their third visit to the Broadmoor Zoo. In addition they took side trips throughout the mountains and the area. Among them was a tour of Dr. Curry Meyer's Black Canyon Ranch. Mrs. Donald Dudley and son, Michael, Centerville, returned home after spending a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Munson, 1187 Park View. Also here Sunday were Mrs. Loring Jackson and Donna and Michael, from Van Nuys, Calif., and Mrs. Ray Todd and son, Richard from Ottawa. Mrs. Munson and her daughter, Kimberly, left today for Europe, flying from Moline by jet to New York City, where they will sail ville, Bob Abernathe, Giison, Miss Jule Hornecker, Geneseo and Bruce Spencer of New Jersey. aboard the Queen Elizabeth for Southampton, England, and a six week trip through Europe. The return will be by jet from Shannon, Ireland. Mrs. Don Brown and daughters from Florida, formerly of Galesburg, are visiting with her parents Mr. and.Mrs. Ivar Nelson, 1165 Jefferson St. Mr. Brown will be here later to take his family home. L.T. Club and Guests Have Picnic Lincoln Park Pavilion was the location for last week's potluck picnic for members of L.T. Club and their guests. In charge of arrangements and entertainment were Mrs. George Paulson, Mrs. Ivan Lacky, Mrs. Kermit Short and Mrs. Leslie Jaggers. SIDEWALK DAY SPECIAL! PERMANENT gOO WAVE. e# Tina, Jeanne, Pauletfe, Nadine, Jenie Wed.-Thors.-Fri. 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