Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 24, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, April 24, 1973
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i||ti |||iiH . . |jp' I- i||if Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Griffith, 1302 Frank St., will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday in the parlor of the Central Congregational Church. Friends and relatives are invited to call between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Griffith were married April 24, 1923 in Galesburg by Dr. Charles McKinley. Mr. Griffith is a former employe of the Post Office. They are the parents of three sons, Lawrence, Harold and Raymond, all of Galesburg. They have eight grandchildren and one great-grandchild. The open house will be hosted by the children and their families. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Walter Epperson, Rio, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 29 at the Rio Masonic Lodge Hall. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house le was married April'28, 1948 at between 2 and 5 p. m. The coup! Pocahontas, Ark. by Rev. Bob Harvester. Mr. Eppers-on was a barber in Rio and bus driver and Rio School custodian before his retirement. Mrs. Epperson is employed at the Rio Grade School lunchroom. The reception will be hosted by the children and grandchildren. They request no gifts. Pantsuit Dress lip A simple pantsuit with short waist jacket can be dressed up for evenings by wearing the jacket open and adding a silvery top underneath. READ THE WANT ADS! I I To STEIN'S For COSTUME JEWELRY Galesburg's Most Complete Selection of Eorrings — Bracelets — Pins — Necklaces — Costume Rings Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I Plan Celebration An open house will be held Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Streator C.E. Building of the Presbyterian Park Church in honor of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mis. Ernest McClure, 1219 E. Main St., Streator. Hosting the event will be their children, William, who is in the U.S. Navy Band at South Boston, Mass., MaryAnn, a student at Elmhurst College, Elmhurst, Hildegarde, Connie, Ralph and Betty Jean, at home. Mr. and Mrs. McClure were former Knoxville residents at one time. Mr. McClure is employed by Illinois Fruit and Produce of Streator.. The couple was married May 1,1948. Plan Two Institutes Staff of Galesburg State Research Hospital will bring community volunteers up to date on programmbig at two training institutes to be held in the Patients' Library, this Wednesday and next, May 2, 9 a.m. to noon. Some 45 individual volunteers and representatives of 40 groups iiow sending - volunteers to the hospital have been invited to the session. Also participating wiU be new volunteers, for whoni the orientation training is a requisite. Staff discussants will be Dr. James Wang, psychologist; Dr. Lois Hokanson, psychiatrist; Dr. Kenneth Butz, psychologist: and Mrs. Ilaine Pedersen, nursing administrator. Tc'pics for the May 2 session will be: the patient, his family snd his community; activity therapy; religious aspects in treatment of the mentally ill; rehabilitation programs; and the philosophy of .voluntary service. Discussants will be Mrs. Theresa Goff, social worker; Mrs, Bonnie Cutright, activity therapy director; Chaplain Lewis E. Root; Philip Uhn, rehabilitation services director; and Mrs. Florence Doyle, volunteer services coordinator. Community residents wishing tr) participate in the orientation training sessions may call Mrs. Doyle at the hospital. Mrs, Anderson Celebrates 90th Birthday Mrs. Louise Anderson of the Kriox County Nursing Home wks honored for her 90th birth' day at a reception Sunday afternoon in the home of her son-in- law aiid daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herb (Marguerite) Peterson, near Cameron. Mrs. Anderson's two sons and their families, Herschel and Willard, both of, Galesburg, were assistant hosts. Guests were present from Cddbrook, Cameron, Galesburg, Wataga, Ottumwa, Iowa, Muscatine, Iowa and Mon- p j mouth. Mrs. Anderson received 'imany cards and gifts, including a cablegram from Howard Mc- CuUough of London, England. Mrs. Anderson had formerly lived in the Coldbrook, Cameron area for 50 years, and in Galesburg at 675 N. Famham St. before entering the nursing home last July. Gdlesburg Register-MolL Gdlesburg, IH. Tuesdoy> Apfil 24. 1973 9 Gilded ^Itown "The charm of French speaking Montreal and Quebec, with quaint Gaspe and tranquil New England made an interesting tour," stated Mrs. Mabel Bowden as she screened slides for the Artist Guild Monday evening at the Elks Club. The tour group traveled along the St. Lawrence! Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Cook, London Mills, will celebrate their SOth wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house at the London Mills American Legion Home from 2 to 5 p.m. The event will be hosted by the couple's children, Frederick of Oquawka, Everett H. of Avon, Donald of London Mills and Mrs. Oscar (Roberta) Riley of London Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Cook were married April 28, 1923, in Monmouth. The couple has 19 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Ceremony Will Be Saturday Mrs. Nellie D. Meiers and W. Douglas Tracy, both of Galesburg, will be married Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the First United Presbyterian Church Chapel. Friends and relatives are invited to the reception at their home, 1261 Parkview Circle, Saturday from 5 to 7 p.m. Substitute cabbage for lettuce in salads if lettuce is too costly. BSP Chapter Meets Members of Omicron Theta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met recently- in the home of Mrs. Rogert Johns Jr., 650 Kenwick Dr. Miss Carole Batterton, president, conducted the business meeting. Members were asked to make reservations for the annual Founder's Day Banquet to be held Sunday, April 29 at the Harbor Lights Supper Club. Final plans were made for the chapter's w&ys and means project, which will be a garage sale at Mrs. Johns' home. May 4 and 5. A social hour followed. River, circled the Gaspe "en- insula and then proceeded through typical New England towns in Maine, New ^Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts. The second portion of the program featured covered bridges through Parke County, Indiana, where a festival is held each fall, and the third portion of the program featured the Port of Corpus Christ!, Tex., a busy harbor. In conclusion Mrs. Bowden screened same of her favorite slides from other countries. The speaker was introduced by Mrs. Emma Wirt. Mrs. Gale Brock, president, conducted the business meeting at which reports were given by Mrs. C. A. Swahson and Mrs. Richard Hallberg. Mrs. Delbcrt Beardsley was a guest. Members of the social committee included Mrs. Phillip Henderson, Mrs. Leroy Morris and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson. Couple Honored On Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Matson, 810 N. Famham, observed their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday. They were married April 21, 1923 at her parents' home by Rev. Lindsay of the Presbyterian Church, Monmouth. The couple has two daughters, Mrs. Frank (Nola) Bloom of Galesburg, and Mrs. Irma Garrett of Whittier, Calif. They have four grandchildren. The family entertained in honor of the couple Saturday evening. • LET'S 00 • On FrI., Mar 25. finjoy Railsplit- at spl ting Day at Rockome Gardens. Visit the Amlsh Marlcet at Ar- tliur, 111. Tour the Amish Settlement with an Arthur Host on the bus. Reservations due Sat., May 19. Phone 342-4858 or 3426715. Continental Trailway Bus. PERMANENT PART-TIME OFFICE HELP DOWNTOWN RETAIL STORE MUST take DICTATION, TYPE, file, etc. Some selling too when store busy. Hours: Mondays 1 PM - 8:30 PM Fridays 2 PM - 9 PM Saturdays 9 AM - 5 PM Give Age, Experience & Past Salary. Write Register-Mail, Box #821 131 NO. CHERRY ST. O.T .'s BUDGET ANNEX WEDNESDAY SURPRISE Each Wednesday, Wolfsie's will pick one fashion item from their own stork and reduce it in price for One Day Only. The item we pick will be a current up to date fashion fabic or notion item, not a close out or any out of season merchandise. Be sure to see Tuesday nights paper to find out what "Wolfsie's Wednesday Surprise" will be. REPEAT OF A SELLOUT Wednesday Only! April 25th CONCORD KETTLE CLOTH SOLIDS $|49 Yd. R*9. $2.00 yd. for * DRESSES * SHORTS * SMOCKS * SPORTSWEAR * 45" WIDE * SEVERAL COLORS * PERM PRESS Fabric & Yarn Shop 331-337 E. Moin — Golesburg Officers Entertain At Dinner Officers of Chapter 115, Women of the Moose, entertained more than 100 annual dues payers recently at the lodge with a dinner, followed by games and contests. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. George Benson, assisted by Miss Viola Roll and Mrs. Robert Osborne. It was served by members of Lodge 880 at tables appointed with candles and baskets of spring flowers. Mrs. Alice Penick was in chartje of the decorating and the games afterwards. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Margaret Killeen, Mrs. Hester Duvall, Mrs. Glen McClain, Miss Linda Goff, Mrs. Bess Nelson, Mrs. Orville Weaverling, Mrs. Richard Steck, Mrs. Bessie Church, Miss Carol Tucker and Mrs. James Anderson. EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY AT O.T .'s Budget Annex STORAGE VALUES #198 36" PLASTIC TOP BUFFET 36" W X 20" D X 72" H An attractively styled KITCHEN CHINA with sliding glass doors, ex' tended MICARTA® work surface. Full width utility drawer, deep, storage shelves, magnetic door catcnes. Arctic white baked enamel finish. Miss Larson(Continued From Page 8) bridegroom, was at the guest book. The newlyweds will reside in Peoria. The bride, who attended Al- Wood school, was employed at The Gizmo, Knox College. Her husband attended Mattcon schools. TAKE TIME to READ Twice Weekly in the Galesburg Register-Mail 42" DELUXE WARDROBE 42" X 21" X 66" Extro vide wordrob* witli two strong locks. Full width bat shelf, hanging bar and ample room for shoes una boxes. Sandalwood finish. cfiofce $ 42" DELUXE UTILITY 42" X 15" X 66" Extra wide utility with four deep shelves ond extra full storoge bin. Arctic whitt baked enomel finish. Available In ovo« cado, coppeHone^ horvest gold for $5 additional. WALL & BASE CABINETS WALL CAIINETS W 0 H SALE A «7IS Single Ootr iv'xir .30' $16.00 1 «724 Ootibl* Oe«r 2*"xl2' x30- J23.00 C W72I DM kit Door 24'»I2" »u- fU.OO DJ ff7U Doubit Door 30"il2' «18" $23.00 E «730 Doubit Doer 30". 12' • 30' $26.00 lASE CARINtn W D H F «IS Utility Droxr-Singlf DMr 15"x2$"xU" 2 SkcU Stoiogc 6 aiK Utility D'Qwcr-Doublc Door 24'x25'x36" 2 Shcit Storogt H «}l 3 Drawcr-lMad lox 30"x2$"xM" 2 Sbtii Stocog* I *}0 Utility Drawtr-Doublf Door 30" X 2}" x3«' 2 Sbdt Slofogt (j)#3i Utility OrowcrDoubIt Door 36"x2S'xJ6" 1 U.ll ^Ininn* SALE IU.00 $31.00 «s«.oo l$S.0O

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