Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1963 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 17, 1963
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• • 9 win Summer time ,.. 1... balmy days.., fireflies ttoschool..;.watermelon \ . . loftg evenings , . . ice lime out for watermelon project for Brian Leahy. GALESBURG, ILL., WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 1963 PAGE 11 For Mclinda Sherwood . . . there's nothing like a tall, cool glass of lemonade . . . with lots of ice. cream cones . . , band concerts . . . lemonade stands , . . county fairs . . . swimming. Visits to grandpa's . . . picnics . . , family reunions . . . fishing , . . and so on ar! infinitum ... all add up to "summertime, when the livin' is easy." Pictured here and there about the city for this summertime feature are Brian Leahy, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Leahy, 445 N. Whitesboro St.; Melinda Sherwood, delightful in her pink and white checked sunsuit, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Sherwood^ 1611 N. Cherry St. Jamie and Julie Mauschild, , who were all dressed up in blue and white striped suits, with gay red and yellow decorations, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. James Hauschild, 984 Monroe St.; Steven Ross, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Ross, 741 S. Chambers St. Miss Priscilla Eichhorn, daugh- 1 ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eichhorn, 3363 Windsor, Lincolnshire, and Clifford Lindquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Lindquist, 1762 Newcomer Drive. The sun the shade hammock for Priscilla Eichhorn, who is "just lazy." Steven Ross . . . has all the time in the world . . . just a fishin'. FROM WILLIAMSFIELD — The engagement of Miss Donna Jean Blust (above) to Don Secrist, son of Mrs. Donald Edclman, Alexis, and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Secrist, Willtamsfield, is announced by her parents, Mrs. Kenneth DeWolfe and Lloyde Blust, both of Williamsfield. Plans are for an early fall wedding. UNITY LODGE Unity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will have their July potluck dinner at 12 o'clock noon Thursday in 100F Hall. Meat and dessert will be furnished. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring their own table service and a covered dish of food. Removes rust stains best! us* ©@0= The nodem liquid future d3rideS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Efaw, of St. Augustine, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karen Kay, to Larry Leslie Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mitchell, of Cameron. Miss Efaw was graduated in June from Avon High School, Mr. Mitchell, a 1958 graduate of Monmouth High School, attended Illinois University and is employed at Container Corp. of America in Chicago. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday afternoon, Aug. 24, at 1:30 o'clock at St. Augustine Catholic Church in St. Augustine. Relatives and friends are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow. cleaner SEN© /J BETTER BECAUSE ire LIQUID! Radio Club Invited to Picnic Sunday When Eleven Meter Monitors, Citiizen's Band Radio Club, met Tuesday evening at Lake Storey committee reports were given. Chairmen reporting were Mrs. Don Damitz, social; Jim Stout, publicity; and Lou Gamage, membership. Dave Gustafson, president acknowledged appreciation to club members who assisted in traffic control at .the July 4th celebration. Ted Montgomery, on behalf of Monmouth Citizen's Band Club invited local citizen banders to a picnic to be given in conjunction with the Tri-Cities Radio Club at Lake Storey on Sunday. Numerous prizes will be awarded. Following the meeting refresh- Miss Karen Kay Efaw. SILVER STREAK LODGE Members of S i 1 v e r Streak Lodge, Loyal Star of America, will meet at 7:30 o'clock Thursday evening in IOOF Hall. Host and hostesses will be Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lammerts and Mrs. Stanley Gross. RICE REUNION Members of the Rice family will have a reunion Sunday noon at Happy Hollow Lake at Williamsfield, with dinner to be served at 12:30 o'clock. You'll find a lightweight wool or cotton coat a good summer investment. There'll be many a cool evening before the season is over. ments were served by Mrs. Richard Gamage and Mrs. Richard Turpin, hostesses. Balcony Beauty Salon 343-2112 *Spec la I Swimming and sun bathing can literally take the "life" out of your hair... A quality cold wave gives hair spring and body required for today's casual waves. C y jj} 12.00 cold wave «•? compIet9 Reg. Our expert condition* ing treatment* may be just the answer for problem hair. Sets will last longer , , , Hair will shine. t Use Your Charge Account t No Appointment Neces.ary Haircut 1.00 Budget Wave 4 .9S* • NORMAL HAIB PNLY My pup, Snuggles, and I, Clifford Lindquist, ... we have fun. (Photos by Dale Humphrey) Reception Given for Newly weds Mr. and Mrs. Willard J. Franseen, who were married June 29 at Stephens Memorial Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kans., were the guests of honor at a reception Sunday. Hosts for the event were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadden, 1515 Grand Ave. Guests called during the afternoon at the home of the bridegroom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Manworren, 145 Circle Drive, to offer felicitations to the couple, who afe residing in Farmington. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Jeffers of Kansas City, were here over the weekend for the event. The silver appointed table was covered with a net cloth over white, featuring peacock blue rosettes, centered with purple asters, garlanded about the skirt of the cloth. Honors were shared by Mrs. Archie Milroy, Mrs. Clifford I. Dunsworth, Mrs. Reed Gibbs and Mrs. James Dunsworth. Miss Janice Dunsworth and Miss Nancy Dunsworth were in charge of the guest book, and Mrs. Thomas Pierce, the gift table. Mrs, E. E. Sundberg assisted the hostess. Present Program During the afternoon Miss Kathy Lundeen, accompanied by Mrs. Martin Showmaker, presented vocal solos. Accordion music was presented by Miss Marcella Thompson and Miss Mary Windish. Moving pictures of the wedding the last weekend in June were also shown. Mrs. Franseen will teach in tiie Farmington Junior High School next year, and her husband, who is employed at Graham Hospital, onore Mr. and Mrs. Charles Palmer, 252 S. Henderson St., will observe their 48th wedding anniversary on Sunday when their children will honor them at a family dinner. No open house is being planned. . The Palmers are the parents of five children, Mrs. ErVin (Evelyn) Boettcher of near Galesburg, Dale and Donald Palmer, both of Galesburg, Robert at home and Mrs. Stewart (Mary Ellen) Hanson, also of this city. They have 13 grandchildren and one great­ grandchild. Mr. Palmer is a retired city water department employe. He also worked for the water department of the Burlington Railroad. Berry Good Strawberry - grapefruit cup makes a pink, pretty and refreshing dessert. Wash, cap and slice 1 pint of fresh strawberries. Sprinkle with Vt cup of sugar and refrigerate. Peel, section and seed 2 large grapefruit. Sprinkle with 1 teaspoon of grenadine syrup and refrigerate. Just before serving, alternate layers of chilled fruit in 6 sherbet glasses, divide syrups among them and garnish each with an uncapped strawberry. Canton, will be attending Canton Junior College. Among those attending the wedding in Kansas were Mrs. Esther Franseen, the bridegroom's grandmother, and his father, Cecil Franseen and his family, all of Galesburg. The VIRGINIAN 130 E. MAIN, Across from O.T.'s OPENING SPECIALS New Beautiful Fabrics Custom Made FREE— Vd. 1.98 2.98 Use either entrance — Main or Park Plaza Jamie and Julie Hauschild ... just a sittin' and a swuigin'. Wore C oncemin Coolie clients • • • Summer is more than half over and college students are already planning for fall and the return' to school and wondering just how to work in a short vacation trip before classes actually resume. Those of the feminine gender are busy with fall wardrobes. To Return to Colorado Kathy Pogue, 587 N. Academy St., will be a second semester sophomore at the University of Colorado in Boulder when school opens in September. She is employed this summer as laboratory assistant at Galesburg State Research Hospital, but will move with her family to Colorado to make their home. Her brother Dan will also enroll as a freshman in a Colorado college. Working again this summer in his father's market, Dave Prina, 962 Brown Ave., will return to St. Ambrose College in the fall. Nancy Parrish and her brother Sam Parrish, 950 Lawrence Ave., will be a sophomore and a senior, respectively, at Northeast State Teachers College in Kirksville, Mo. Nancy is working at Davis' Henderson Street store and Sam is working on the service pipeline at LaPlata, Mo. ; A civil engineering major at Bradley University, Lloyd Page, who resides north of Galesburg, has a surveying job on the new Inter-State 74 highway under construction east of the city. A recent St. Louis Sunday paper carried an article about a small building which can be used for a variety o£ purposes, which was designed by the architectural drafting class at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, of which Dave Tressell, Lake Bracken, was a member. Proceeds from the building, to be marketed by the university, will go to the school architectural program. DaVe is working during the summer for West and Weber, architects. At Grocery Store Another industrial education student at SIU home for the summer is Jim Roberts, 1040 N. Seminary St., who is helping his father in the grocery store at 497 E. Berrien St. Walter Sedgwick, '857 E. Knox St., a student at Illinois State Normal University, -is working again this summer at the American Beauty Restaurant. Summer employment for some of the Western Illinois University students home on vacation includes a job at the P & M Lus- trolite Co. for Doug McGrew. 1269 N. Academy St., an art ma- Elected BPW Secretary DALLAS, Tex. (AP) - The National Federation of Business and Professional Women's Clubs has elected Miss Virginia Allan of Wyandotte, Mich., president. Other officers elected Tuesday included: secretary, Dr. Frances Whitehead, Lewistown, 111. jor at the university, and jobs at Butter's for Wayne Carlberg, south of Galesburg, Bill Sargeant, 1467 Harrison St., and Michael Laughead of Alexis. William Carlberg, who will complete his college work at Bradley University next year, is also working at Butler's. Miss Beverly Moore of near Wataga is taking two classes at the summer session on the Knox campus and will continue her studies at Miliikin University, Decatur, in the fall. Sue Wager, 157 Arnold St., took a week's trip into Canada with her parents early in June before beginning work at Galesburg State Research Hospital for the summer. In September she will return to the State University of Iowa at Iowa City for her junior year in the school of nursing. Also working at Research Hospital for the summer is Barbara Gustafson, 433 Olive St., who will be a sophomore at the University of Illinois next semester. To Transfer John Samuelson, 747 W. Losey St., who attended Western Illinois University for a year of pre- pharmacy will transfer to Illinois College of Pharmacy at the Chicago branch of the University of Illinois. lie has been working at Clark's Drug Store this summer. Sharon Ringlien, an occupational therapy major at St. Catherine's College, St. Paul, Minn., is on three months affiliation at Connecticut Valley Hospital at Middletown, Conn. She will spend two weeks at her home, 1481 N. Academy St., before returning to St. Paul for her senior year. JOAN Challenging Opportunity for girls who want to be MODELS Spend 2 fabulous weeks of intensified study |jjr^|| ot the ELEGANTE & PLUSH . , . NEW ... Career & Finishing School in Davenport "The showplace of the Quad Cities" Learn how to be a model or look like one .... Supervised living quarter! , . . with POOL . . . Make your CINDERELLA STORY come true NOW! Classes taught by the country's TOP FASHION MODELS $25 OFF regular course (with this coupon) Budget Terms Write for Application 401 Brady St., Davenport — Call 3366041

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