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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 24, 1973
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8 Qolesburg Register -MQil, Golesburg, Tuesday, April 24, 1973 nnounce The engagement of Miss Sandra Grimes to David Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wood, 520 Arnold St., is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Grimes, 352 Knollcrest Dr. Miss Grimes, a graduate of Galesburg High School and St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., is attending graduate school at University of Iowa. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Knox College, is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. A Sept. 15 wedding is being planned. Socia. Announcements... «Z)o,t'/ Stand Okere, 2)o Somelk Miss Sandra Grimes Couples Exchange Promises Miss Bonnie Larson . . . The First Church of the Nazarene, Peoria, was the scene of the wedding Sunday of Miss Bonnie Jean Larson, daughter of Mrs. Maurine Perdue, 122 Sumner St., and Leonard Larson, WoodhuII, and Lawrence Freeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jaclt Miller, 1115 N.E. Perry St., Peoria. Rev. Richard Hawley, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 3 p.m. Best man for his brother was Byarel Freeman, East Peoria. Ushers were Arthur Larson, the bride's brother, Alpha, and Roger Freeman, Peoria, the bridegroom's brother. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was an imported organza and Chantilly lace designed in the Victorian style. Tiny slilc floss embroidered rosebuds encircled the collar and accented the center of the bodice. Lace appliques formed a pinafore effect on the front of her siiirt, with organza ruffling. Two rows of lace and ruffles descended down the back of her built-in circular chapel length train, With it she chose a waist-length mantilla, bordered in scalloped lace, and a shorter blusher veil, adorned by pearl clusters at the top. She carried a bouquet of white blue- tipped carnations, and three red roses. Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Charles Tanner, Galesburg. Flower girl was the bride's niece, Heather Jean Whan, Matherville, and ring- bearer was Jackie Lee Miller, the bridegroom's brother, Peoria. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the American Legion HaU in East Peoria. Serving honors were given to Mrs. Arthur Freeman, the bridegroom's sister-in-law; Mrs. Jack Miller and Mrs. Perdue, the bride's mother. Will Reside at Neiv Boston Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin, who were married Saturday at the United Methodist Church, Joy, will reside at New Boston, following their wedding trip. The bride, the former Miss Robin Morrison, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Morrison of Joy, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Martin of Aledo. Rev. Robert Rosebraugh read the ceremony for the couple. Miss Terry Pollard . . . Miss Terry Lynn Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Pollard, 568 Maple Ave., and John Paul Ewing, son of Mrs. Ethel Mary Ewing, Bushnell and Willard Ewing, Macomb, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, April 14, at the First United Presbyterian Church, Bushnell. Rev. Ralph Adamson read the double ring ceremony for thej couple at 2 p.m. Altar candles: fjgd sleeves and high neckline were lit by David Pollard, the,^itj^ i^.^ ^ajstiine. She brides brother and Michael' Yeager, the bridegroom's nephew, Bushnell. Guests were seated by William A. Pollard BtnUEt SHRtNE Bethel Shrine, 27, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon installation banquet will be Wednesday at Holiday Inn. The social hour will be from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. with dinner being served at 7:30 p.m. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD The Junior, Woman's Club Board will meet this evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Norbert Schactner, 246 E. Dayton St. Mrs. James Nixon will be the co-hostess. FARNHAM PTA The Farnham Parent-Teacher- er Association will sponsor a Prc-School Tea Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the school gyrn. All mothers and children are invited to attend the tea which is for kindergarten registration for the fall term. Mothers are reminded to bring the child's birth certificate. STILL GOING STRONG SENIORS The "Still Going Strong" Senior Adults of Allen Park Baptist Church will have a potluck supper Thursday at 6 p.m. Entertainment by the "Singing Streaks" from Galesburg Seni-jr High School, under the direction of Roland Hegg, will be presented at 7 p.m. A business meeting will follow. All senior citizens are invited. EAST MAIN STREET CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH CIRCLES The Flora Ward Circle of East Main Street Congregational Church will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Art Modine, 110 Locust St. Members are reminded to bring material for medical kits. The Lucia Bebbins Circle will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Swanson, 670 W. Losey St. Members should bring school and health supplies for the Hoylton Children Home. MI-MI CLUB Mi-Ml Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Date Clay, near Galesburg. SILVER RIMS The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. To^m Ronk, 207 W. Martin St., Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Ronk and R^er Sears will be in charge of the refreshments. PAST PRESIDENtS CLUB Past Presidents Club of the Eagles Auxiliary will meet Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn for a dinner meeting. inner 2), ance wore a small white \beaded headpiece, and carried a nosegay bouquet of pink roses and and Michael Ewing, brothers of white carnations. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Steven Wham, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Arthur Larson, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Judy Hayes, sister of the (Continued on Page 9) the bride and bridegroom. Soloist was Mrs. Robert Walt- ton, Bushnell, accompanied at Ihe organ by Mrs. Robert Cortelyou, Bushnell. Attendants Miss Pamela Pollard, maid of honor for her sister, was in a pink dress trimmed with white collar and cuffs. Her corsage was of white carnations with Lincoln School Plans Social And Carnival "Spring Fling" is the title of Lincoln Middle School's ice cream social and carnival to be held Friday from 5 to 8 p.m. at the school. Ice cream and cake will be served, and the carnival will feature game booths and pony rides. The public is invited. Tickets will be available at the door. Chairmen are Mrs. William Brady and Mrs. Harley Kno-, sher. By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPl) - They look at you, a pretty girl with long, lean frame, good b&nes, a knack with clothes and they say, "You should be a model." Woman's View "Spring Fling" is the theme for the 13th annual dinner dance sponsored by the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Service Guild. The event will be Sunday at Soan- getaha Country Club. Mrs. Walter E. Sampson, chairman of the guild's ways and means committee which planned the affair, said the popular "Dominant V" group will play for dancing from 8 p.m. to midnight, and dinner will be served from 6 p .m. un« til 10 p.m. Decorations were designed and made at the Service Guild Craft Shop, Mrs. Sampson said. Pictured above are Mrs. Richard Bishop, left, Mrs. Dean Herten- stein, president of the guild, and Mrs. Sampson. Assisting Mrs. Sampson in arranging the affair were ways and means committee members Mrs. Richard Bishop, Mrs. Dean Grimes, Mrs. G. W. Hen- 'derson, Mrs. Francis Olson and Mrs. Walter Smith. Proceeds from the event will be applied to the Service Guild's gift of $100,000 to the new addition at Cottage Hospital. The gift has been designated to help build and equip the snack bar and gift shop which will be operated by the guild in the new wing, scheduled to open in late summer. The bride given in marriage ipin^ rosebuds in the center. by her father, wore a white dress fashioned with long ruf- LAST 5 DAYS DREXEL SA UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE AT 20% OFF REGULAR PRICES. Beauty is our business and so is style . . . and co- coordinating your decor to your family's personality, needs and desires. Nov\/ you can do all this and at a savings. Our expert designer service is free and complete. Come in today. Sample Savings $191.00 Chair less 20% sale $152.80 $488.00 Sofa less 20% .-ale 358.40 $378.00-loveseat less 20% sale 302.40 "SRIS FURNITURE 465 Mulberry Phone 343-2184 Convenient Parking Extended Paymenis Master Charge. Open 9 to 5, Fri. 'til 9 PM 1 Best man for his brother was David Ewing, Galesburg. A reception was held in the ci:urch following the ceremony. I Serving honors were accorded JMrs. Willa Barkley, Macomb, land Mrs. Kathleen Worthing- jfop, Little York, sisters of the I bridegroom. Gifts were arranged by Miss Peggy Pollard and Miss Mary Ewing, sisters of the bride and bridegroom. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Mrs. Lois Billings, the bride's aunt, Galesburg. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside in Galesburg. Mrs. Ewing, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed by Fidelity Federal Savings & Loan Association. Her husband is a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, Bushnell, and will be entering Wedding Will Be April 28 Miss Barbara Fritzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Fritzel, 409 W. Second St., and Michael Linnenburger, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Linnenbur ger, 783 W. North St., have selected Saturday for their wedding. Vows will be pledged at 4 p.m. at the St. Patrick's Catholic Church, with reception immediately following at the Trinity Lutheran Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception. onveneA Rev. Keith Zimmerman spoke on "Preparing to Join the Methodist Church" Monday evening at the meeting of the Wesleyan Service Guild at the First United Methodist Church. He was introduced by Mrs. Albert Rodgers. Persons aspiring to join the Methodist Church must make three commitments. Rev. Zimmerman said. First is to accept the beliefs of the church, secondly to understand the history, and thirdly, to find out as much about the church as possible. He illustrated his talk with a film about the history of Methodism. A Good Cut Hairstyles are even shorter this year. But whatever the length, keep an easy-to-care-for style that begins with a gpod professional cut. READ THE WANT ADS! He said that the church was started in England by John Wesley, a priest in the Angl'> Saxon Church of England, who eventually became a missionary in Georgia. Since his beliefs were different than the Church of England, he founded the new church. Other leaders who were influential in spreading Methodism were Thomas Cook, George'Moody. V/hitfield and Francis Asbury. Rev. Zimmerman related that many of the divisions in the Metbcdist Church were caused by language barriers, but that now this is being overcome and the church is becoming united. The meeting was conducted ;by Miss Helen Morrow, president. Plans were made for several members to attend the Guild Weekend at Epworth Springs near Lewistown, April 28 and 29. Refreshments were served from artistically decorated tables with pastel candles and spring flowers, by Miss Morrow, Mrs. Naomi Ryberg, Miss Ahna Mount and Mrs. Dorothy Folly's Pointers A Grate Tip for Potato Pancakes The words are music to the ears of thousands of teen-agers. But how should a teen react? Well, don't just stand there saying, "Thanks." Do something. The encouragement comes from Mrs. Richard (Bernie) Lenz, president of the Modeling Association of America, Inc. (MAA), and herself a former model with John Robert Powers. "If possible," she advised, "start getting experience as early as junior high school. Everything a girl can do, and early, is helping to build her confidence. "If a girl doesn't feel secure, she doesn't have a chance whatever her field." If her goal is the highly paid and specialized field of photographic modeling, forget about starting past age of 23, she said, because "the camera picks up lines that the mirror doesn't even show." Mrs. Lenz, a stylish, string- bean blonde, talked .of trends and opportunities during the MAA's third annual convention at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel. "An agency has to have operated successfully at least two years before we'll even consider membership," she said. "A great deal of ethics is involved...there'11 always be a few people who can harm the profession." Mrs. Lenz said the television commercials are the most coveted assignments today because of the initial pay plus the residuals that can run into thousands of dollars yearly. Dash of Femininity In addition to the fashion runways and the photographers' studios, there's a whole new area opening, she said. That's the promotion model, who adds a dash of femininity to conventions. "A fgirl can do conventions for $60 to $200 a day. But the work is harder, the assignment shorter." In the field generally, she said, the demand is less for the conventional pretty face. Instead, it's for the "interesting" face. A bump on the nose, a crook in the teeth are no handicap now. "But as you climb the ladder," she added, "don't try to be too individual. Go the natural route. The Peggy Moffitts (Peggy helped make the Rudi Gernreich topless swimsuit an international sensation) and the Angelica Hustons (Miss Huston, daughter of director-producer John Huston and a current top property) are one in a million." By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY — Because of the interest among my friends Mhought the readers might like the Marine Corps the latter par"t to know how I keep potato pan- of this month. ^^^^ ^^"^^ ^^^"^ ^"^"'"8 jTo keep the grated potatoes 'from darkening I first grate one perfumed bath crystals by using course salt. Thank you. — JANA DEAR POLLY - My Pet Peeve is with mothers who do not teach their children not to ask for things when they are visiting someone. It is often embarrassing to a hostess to have to explain why they cannot fill it with fresh papers. I did this to my refrigerator to remove an odor. — MRS. C. S. hvo SIHHIOIV ('liiYons ipotato into a dish and transferihave everything they want. I The new eye shadow crayons tliat to a covered container be-often have small toys on hand that go right on the eyelids in-lore grating another one. Be for visiting children but think stead of on the fingers come in i sure the lid is always on this j they should wait until they are i great new colors. Try experi-j container. Even after pouring i offered rather than ask for imenting with a few until you'the first batter on the griddle,' them. Do sign another name to find what's right for your own^keep the remaining part cover-'this as my friends read your * LET'S GO -k On Tuei., May ISth. LUac Time at Lombard, Illinois. Stopping at Yorktown Shopping Center (all under one roof) and Long Grove. 111., a cross road in our country's past. Reservations due Fri., May 11th. Fhone 342-4856 or 342-6715. Continental Trailw^y Bus look. READ THE WANT ADS! ed until it is to be used, to keep; column and would know im- out the air which darkens pota- mediately that this is directed toes. This method will keep the at them. — ANONYMOUS MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-4M4 After Six, Lord West, Palm Beach Rci^inie.'- foi Free Honeymoon ti) l .ca V'e;Jds 10 Wesl Main Si., Galesburg potatoes white until the last pancake is made. Grate the onion! DEAR POLLY - T. R. N.! wanted to know how to' remove (if used) first so the grated|an odor from her cabinet bread- potatoes are not left standing!box I suggest that she crumple any longer than necessary. — up enough newspapers to fill the I'ESSIE I drawer and close and leave it DEAR POLL'V — I hope some-jfor a week or so. If the odor one can tell me how to make'still remains she should again ANTIQUE SHOW.SALE FT. HADISON, IOWA May 5-6 FOOD SfRVED Short-cut from CALLER CALLEE! Direct Distance Dialing ...the easiest, quickest, and cheapest way to call long distance! Consult your telephone directory for area codes and dialing instructions. INTRA STATE TELEPHONE CO.

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