Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 22, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 22, 1963
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OUAC MR. AND MRS. JESSE'(JACK) TURNER will celebrate their Mth wedding anniversary with an open bouie Sunday at their home, 1519 Datcman St., when friends and relatives are Invited to call from 2 to 6 o'clock in the afternoon and 7 to 9 o'clock in the evening. Hostess for the occasion will be their daughter, Mrs. Dorrance (Ruby J.) Woolsey. The Turners were married In Gales* burg, July 30, 191.1, and have lived in and around Galesburg since their marriage with the exception of 13 years when they resided in Centralia, Washington. In September of 1962 they moved from Washington to their present home on Bateman St. Mr. and Mrs. Turner are members of the Eagles Club and the Moose Lodge. Before moving out of the state Mr. Turner was employed for 26 years by the CB and Q Railroad. Today's Home... By SANDRA LEGATZ LANSING, Mich. (UPD—The swimming pool is giving way to the bedecked bathroom as the nation's latest status symbol. For those who have the money and the inclination, designers have come up with spacious showers .with sliding glass doors, delicately tinted tiles and an endless vista of glass and brass. Some of the refurbished bathrooms have expanded the usual narrow, neck-high window to a broad sweep of glass looking out into a yard or terrace—a feature greatly in keeping with the trend toward more outdoor living. Gone are the white porcelain washbowls and tubs. In their stead are ones of misty lilac, dusty rose, and sea spray green. The shape of the washbowls has not escaped change either. Manufacturers are turning them out in circles, ovals, rectangles and squares. In the more elegant bathrooms, the inside of the washbowl is stenciled with a gold design. Other features include built-in soap ledges tucked underneath the inner rim of the washbowl. The ledges are just above the water line. The soap remains in this "dry dock" even when the bowl is filled. Not so long ago, most of the elaborate fixtures seen in new homes had to be custom made. But manufacturers of bathroom equipment now are offering them as part of their regular stock. At least one company is turning out a sunken bathtub which fits between joists beneath the floor line without protruding through the ceiling of the room below The exposed sides are about six inches above the floor surface. GOURMET TOPPING For sophisticated tastes: add 'slivers of syrup-preserved ginger to chocolate sauce and serve over vanilla ice cream. If the syrup* preserved ginger isn't available, use the kind that comes in packages and wash off Its coating of granulated sugar under hot water. The water will soften the ginger and make it easy for you to cut into thin strands. But remember that a little ginger goes a long way, so add with a light hand. With Professiono! KNOX CARE Cottons, the coolest fabric of them all, stays erlsper, livelier, fresher looking when properly cared for. With the special care only a professional laundry can give your cottons colors retain their brightness and give you that neater-trimmer well dressed look for longer periods of time. Give your cottons a KNOX TREAT for better care and loveliness. SPECIALISTS II FAifrlQ (Ml LAUNDRY # DRY CLEANERS Fremont and Henderson Street! In Monmouth 734-6111 332 I. Ferris Street Phone 343-5115 A" 0 THE UTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Halley win be observed at opea house Sunday afternoon at their heme near Cameron. Friends and relatives are invited to call during the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Halley were married July 29, 1938 at Burlington, Iowa in, the Methodist Church parsonage by Rev. L. Stone. They are the parents of two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Shclba) Lefort of Arlington Heights and Monica, at home, and one son, Blaine, also at home. They have one granddaughter. Collegians- (Continued from page 8) i • Iowa, are attending school at Iowa and working at the Galesburg Clinic, respectively. Jim Hailber.g, 188 N. Ivan Ave., is at the tie plant for the summer, but will be back at Quincy College for his senior year. Mike Vitale, 1650 N. Broad St., who is with the Knox College ROTC Unit training at Fort Riley. Kan., will be home the latter part of July. He will resume his studies at Knox in the fall. Ron Vancil, 977 Parkview Road, who attended Knox College last year, has been going to summer school at Northern Illinois University at DeKalb and is planning to continue there when the fall quarter starts. He will be home the latter part of August. Also transferring to a different school, in September is Rita Uffelman, 979 E. North St., who has been attending the State University of Iowa School of Nursing at Iowa City. She will transfer to St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing in Davenport. She is working at St. Mary's Hospital this summer. Bill Tomlin, 938 Arnold St., who works for DeKalb Co., out of Galesburg this summer will go back to Southern Illinois University at Carbondale as a sophomore. His brother Robert Tomlin will bb a senior at Monmouth College this fall. He has been working for Shumakers Accounting in Monmouth during the summer. Linda Anderson, 1151 Brown Ave., will complete her college course in August at the University of Denver. She'll be home before starting to at Abingdon High School this fall. Jean Anderson, 1095 Harrison Ave., is attending two summer school sessions this year. After completing the summer session at Monmouth College, she'll leave Saturday for the University of Colorado, Boulder, Colo., for the last summer session there. She'll return to Monmouth College in the fall. To Be Available This Fall CHICAGO (UPD - Bermuda is known as a vacation retreat, but its historic past has also produced distinctive furniture with pieces dating back to 1690. A new collection of reproductions of furniture from Bermuda is shown at the International Home Furnishings Market by Kroehler Manufacturing Co. Many of the 40 case pieces in the collection are named for the specific house where the original pieces were found. Others incorporate old names of Bermuda towns. A "Treasury Case" is a tall cabinet with glass panels on three sides. Inside the back, the cabinet has a reversible panel finished in royal scarlet on one side and mahogany on the other. There are two long doors at the top and the lower storage section is enclosed with double paneled doors. Other pieces range from an admiral's desk complete with candle drawers to a half canopy governor's bed. The St. George arch appears on door panels and beds, outlining a faux swirl mahogany inset matched to create a flame effect. The furniture shown at the current market will be available in retail stores next fall. Plan Ice Cream Social For July 25 Final plans were made for the annual ice cream social and jitney supper to be Thursday evening on the lawn at the T. W. Stiarwalts', 1583 Willard St., when members of Silver Streak Lodge, Loyal Star of America, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Carmen of America, assembled Thursday evening at the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Alvin Hanson, chairman of the event, reminded members to bring two cakes or two pies or one of each and a card table and chairs if they have them. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Paul Helms, president. At the close of the evening refreshments were served from a table decorated in pastel shades of pink and orchid, with a glass flower bowl in which floated orchid-colored petunias serving as centerpiece. Anchored to the bowl were brass candleholders containing tall tapers, also in orchid hue. Host and hostesses during the social hour were Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Lammerts and Mrs. Stanley Gross. Mrs. Lammerts presided at the coffee service. Notes 75th Birthday As a special surprise for Martin Erne's 75th birthday, Mr. and Mrs. William Beal Jr. and three children, Cynthia, Tom and Jon flew from Phoenix, Ariz., to Galesburg in their own plane for her father'^ birthday. In addition Mr. Erne was the guest of honor at a dinner at Harbor Lights Thursday, when the family gathered to note the event. Present were Miss Irene Palmgren, the Ward Lacys and Tom and Jerry, Mrs. Erne and the Beals. • The Arizona guests returned home after spending about a week in Galesburg. Armed Forces Club Has Picnic The annual picnic of Armed Forces Service Club was at Lincoln Park on Wednesday when a potluck dinner was served at noon to 41 persons including members, their families and guests. The afternoon was spent socially and in playing games. Prizes were won by Mrs. Olga Taylor, Mrs. Paul Nash and Mrs. Everett Rees. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Maurice G a r m e n and Kathy, Mrs. Marie Pavel and Jimmy and Larry Pavel of Cape Coral," Fla., Mrs. Dorothy Young and daughters, Mrs. Ray Owens, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Johnson and Carol Wilkins. Put a few sticks.of blackboard chalk in the silver chest to help keep the silver from tarnishing. FUTURE BRIDES Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "BndaJ Hook ' You deceive \ frree Gift loo THE GIFT SHOP 149 EASJ MAIN 342-1417 Gqfesburg ReqistenMoil, Golfesburg, MR. AND MRS. FRANK HUGIIRANKS, 217 N. Market St., Knoxvillc, announce the engagement nml approaching marriage of their daughter Shirley Jean (above) to Larry J. Lowe, son of Mrs. Stella Lowe, Reck Island. Miss Hughbanks, a graduate of Illinois Normal University, teachei in the commercial department at Knoxville High School. Mr. Lowe, a graduate of the University of Illinois, will be teaching vocational agriculture in Elmwood this fall. An August 17 wedding is being planned. Inner-tube patches and rubber cement make good repair kits for patching rubber boots. The engagement of Miss Elizabeth Anne Talley to Daniel Paul Johnson, son oi Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Johnson, 814 Ninth St., Lacon, is announced by her par* ents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Talley,-107 W. Ash St., Elmwood. Miss Talley is a graduate of Elmwood C o m m u n r t y High School, Graham Hospital School of Nursing, Canton, and is employed by Proctor Community Hospital, Peoria.. Her fiance is a graduate of Mid County High School, Varna, arid attended Western Illinois University, Macomb. He is employed by Holmstrom Trucking, Varna. A .Sept. 1 wedding is being planned. Unity Lodge Has Dinner Unity Lodge, Ladies Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, was entertained at the home of Mrs. C. K. Lopeman, 1052 E. Berrien St., this week for a potluck dinner. The hostess led the devotions. Winners during the afternoon of cards included Mrs. Harry Neeld, Mrs. Marie Spenader, Mrs. Henry Scurry, Mrs. Lopeman and Mr. Neeld. It was announced Mrs. Vera Ryerson, vice grand president of Monday, July'22, 196$ TIMELY TIPS To keep carnations and orchids fresh longer, put them in a tightly sealed plastic bag containing a few drops of water. Put the bag in the refrigerator. Three tablespoons of butter will be plenty for pan-frying four bananas to serve as an accompaniment for chicken or shrimp curry. District 5, will be present at the next meeting. Mrs. Scurry assisted Mrs. Lopeman in the serving of the dinner. WldowgClub Plans Social when the widows Club met iff the Bamboo Room at Lealh'l Furniture Store Friday evening, Mrs. Louis Schneider* president, presided. It was announced the*# would be a fried chicken dinner Aug. 17 at the home of Mrs. Lorina Cox, 89 Blaine Ave. Mem* bers are being asked to bring a covered dish and table service. A card party will be held in the evening. Color slides taken during her European tour were shewn by Mrs. Schneider at the program for the evening. Included we're pictures of Spain, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Germany, Scotland, Ireland, England and Italy. After the meeting the group had refreshments at Barrows Restaurant. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! VACATION SPECIAL Ours As Well As Youre Get Your Permanent Before We Go On Ours Special On Permanent! Don Fuller's BEAUTY SALON 280 DAY — 343-5516 Formerly Broadview Beauty SALE! SIZES 4-6x SIZES 7 to 14 . . . soft dark tones on easycare cottons Carsons has a whirl of exciting "little miss" fashions that will set your little girl's eyes dancing . . . swirls of dainty confections styled of wrinkle resistant Dan River® and Mission Valley® cottons in vivid plaids, solids and saucy prints, all lavished with dainty details . . . pre-shrunk, color-fast and needs little or no ironingl You'll love their carefree manners and Carsons wonderful low price. 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