Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 30, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 30, 1973
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tnnei* an ^fiipt^ IWited th« 42()d an- ntiM fmim Day llai^quet iiiMliy «lMmoon at (t«fbtir iiiihtf SuiiiMr <M. Mn. lir ijoriiffittti; cMy cduAoil t>r «9- # ]l(Mi Jjgtna A^vMiM <iH4ii (MM year, : ttiirtfie Oiitllfl, Oalva, "t ^mt ^tMk/^ Slw waa in- IMe «d l »y Mrs. lidb^rt Ydm. A tnu^l (>niigfflffl m ^ Ma^ iti* #«s |>resetttetl by Mrs. Ted Lallan, who played several smgs, including ^ Bfita Sigma Phi song, "Lead a Queenly Quest." Chapters from, Alfedo, oalva, Hock Island aiMt daJeaburg presented "Girl ot the' Yeaf^ awards. City council charms Were awarded id Mrs. Tom Colwell, recording secretary; Mrs. Jod, (MiMar, vice president;: Mili flua Tabb, oorresponding aeei ^ary, and Miss Carole Batterton, "treasurer. ^li'olkNriiig 'the diruier, Mrs. LShteajr and her dom- Mt^aiwflfded ths aitemwn's 1^, „f ill,, llli ''IPIlip . GyicMuaic |}riv6 Opens floHibufa R«oi>t«r-Moil, GalMbura, MOf)dov. Aofll 30. 1973 » IWI—MJUIJHI fiS-J IMtamtMra: w«i% tn ;«Msnt froiY) Aledo, Oaiva, iMacomb, Moline, Rock Island and Galesburg. Members of Beta Sigma Phi who attendid the annual Founders Day Banquet Sunday were from left, Mrs. George Shffek, Mra. Bobert Yelm and Mrs. Walter BJwkman, etty counell president. Mrs. Marilee dardiff, Oalva, aeat* ed, in foreground, Wag the featured speaker. Miss Bramlett(Continued From Page 8) empire styled gown, with its A line silhouette skirt. Seed pearls were the accent for the Juliet cap to which her illusion veiling was caught. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the dhUrch. After a wedding trip to Chicago, the couple will reside at 918 S. Seminary St. After a wedding trip to Chi» Cago, the couple will reside at 018 S. Seminary St. Mrs. Mcuren, a graduate of united Township High School, East Moline, was graduated from Cele Whan Academy of Beauty, Rock Island. Her husband, a graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed at Kroger Food" Store. Hints for Clealniiig With spring cleaning at hand, homemaker coniultanta of Na< tionai Family Opinion Inc., a cOnsumer research firm In Toledo, Ohio, pass on the following hints.' -use a small amount of baking soda on a damp cloth to disinfedt your formica top' counters ahd keep them looking fresh. —Use window cleaner t '3 brighten window pulls and metal counter pulls in your kitchen. Dye odor will disappear from clothing if the garment is aired on clothesline for several hOurS. —Pencil and ball point ink marks can be removed itzm cloth with hair spray. Spray on spot, rub, then wash as usual. Repeat, if necessary. —Ketchup is an excelleht cleaner for brass and copper if you run out of your commercial polish. Salt and vinegar — tWo ingredients in ketchup cleans brass, -Rumpled newspaper is gC:d for Cleaning .mirrdrs, windows. O.T. Johnson Co>, Oalesburg's Gteaiesf Stor€ 5iht§ 1962! Shop O.T/s 10 to 9 jmm Monday & Friday ^ ^ Other Days 10 to 5. glass doors. Use any spray cleaner or simply water with a bit Of ammonia and wipe off with the newspaper. '^To scour pans, use a piece of fine emery cloth. The pans se^ur up bright and tftere are no scratches. —Use turpentine for rimov* ing gum from cloth and for re^ moving tape glue from appli anees and other metallic sur Ifaces. : : ., ^For a plate and pot scraper that does not sour '^r wear out easily, cut nylon mesh citrus bags into four inch lengths and gather into a bundle. £2ither tie or wrap a bread tie lightly arb,und the middle. '^Put garbage "^iiti hair gallon milk cartons. When full, slip the carton into old bread wrappers and fasten with plastic strip. He\os prevent the messy gar bage can problem. Meat on MnffIn To build hot Open face sandwich snacks in minutes, begin with English mUffins and extra meat. Almost any meat left- i over can be used, such as slices or pieces of ham, roast beef, roast pork loin, corned beef or beef pot-raast. Simply spread halved English muffins with mustard, catsup or mayonnaise; add slices of cooked msat; season with salt, pep^ per and spice, as desired, and slip under broiler for a few minutes to heat. Top each sandwich with a, slice of cheese and continue broiling until cheese begins to melt. Serve hot. tlM Oiliiburg Civic Muilo Aiaoelation announets Ita an* null MfiM far 197a >74 and Hi titarttittii^bifriliip campaign, lifhteli iMiiirtodiy and eon* ^elikla»:;Mdi ^;:r/,.'' 4ir l#t^raltyv of nunoli l ^ifii#i0^di «i(ii will pre- MiHl a edisirt tliiit^y, Oet. 4.:0(tMr eandirti wilt be an* nitfic0d at jibe eondtiilbn of tfM eimpalin, And; Ih addltlofi to the'Unt- veralty of Illtnoli Symphony Orchestra, all wtfo Join will bave the opportunit)^ to hearand see Mitch Miller and his Orchestra in Kewanee; The Thirty Little Angels from Korea, in Canton; and the World's Greatest 3m Band, in Fort Madison^ Iowa, under a reciprocal agreement between the Bssoctations. Mem* bers may attend not only the ones mentioned above but also any others on the programs. Campaign headquarters is at Oambles Music Store. Workers win be on duty each day from 10 a.m. to S p.m. Anyone ln> terested In tloHets may call the store or stop at the neadquar* ters. With membership fees at only 110 per adult; |5 per student; 130 for patrons and |80 for spon* sors, "This has to be one of tbf'biggest entertainment bar* « alfli fn the world today," said Ira. Marie Swanson, executive aeeretary of the aiioelatlon Patrons and sponsors may bring their antlre families on their tickets. No single admissions are sold to any concert; and this Is the pt»blic*s only opportunity to ioln and to support the largest civic and area association, the Oales* burg Civic Music Association.' Misiiittk©- (Continued From Page 8) Mr. and Mrs. Uwrtnea dyen^r/«4« Iitdiih^ Ave., annduhea the cn|a|«iheflt of their dauibtir, Cheryl Ann, to TlflMthy Caell, mti of Mr. and Mra. William Cecil, IMI Roek rHabdAvi. Mill Ouanthcr li employed it Ruaty'a Fried Chlekan, and bar (laneiaiBrldltCrNk Shell. Bath are sHilori it Oaleaburg High School. No date has been set for the wedding. Social Announcements Miss Cheryl Ouenther Mr. ahd Mrs. Jack Olson, Avon, announce the iengagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Deborah, to William Forrester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charlei Forrester of rural Strottihurat. Both young pcAple attended carl Sandburg Junior College until Spring Quarter and are now employed In Galesburg. Miss Olson at Fidelity Federal Savings ind Loan Association in thi) accounting department and Mr. Forrester, at Black Brothers Hardware. The couple are planning a June 18 wedding. Miii Lehman(Continued From Page 8) centered with pearls. Miss Blake carried a bouffant nosegay of white pom pons and carnat ons, entered with a white ye low- throated orchid, with white eireamers. Best man was James Glasnovich and groomsmen were Don' aid Gummerson and Eugene J. Sullivan IV, Aeeeptlon Following the ceremony, a reception Was held for the couple at the church. Miss Cathy Filake, the bride's sister, asked guests to sign the register. Sisters of the bride, Laurie and 'Ann, and brothers of the bride, Mike and Andy, presented rice packets to the guests. Gifts were arranged by Miss Margo Holcomb, Miss Tanya Pacheco and Miss Donna MC- Killlp. Honors were accorded Mrs. Randy Poison, Mrs. Ruth Wolfe, grandmother of the bridegroom, Miss Pam Hare and Miss Debbie Rentmer, cousin of the bridegroom. Antioch. Mrs. BrUbaker, a graduate Of Galesburg High School, is employed at G & M Distributors, Inc. Her husband, also a gradu- ete of Galesburg High School, is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. man carried a garden bouquet of Wobrum Abbey roses, dai^ sies, with gypsophlla and yellow and orange ribbon streamers for accent. Her gown of ivory Alencon lace was trimmed with Scattered floral motifs of em^ broidered organza. Tiered fles of silk organza trimmed the scooped neckline and hemline of the skirt. Matching fabric flowers trimmed the crown of the bride's hat of silk organza with a hand rolled layered brim. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception at Harbor Lights supper dub. Servintt honors were accorded Miss Debbie Green, Miss Joan Green, both of Roseville and Mrs. James Brock of Chicago. After a wedding trip to the Kentucky Derby and Atlanta, Ga.. and May 8, the couple will reside at 801 Washington, Woodstock. Mrs; Muzzy was graduated from Costa High School aiid flamingo Beauty College, **eor]a. Mr. Muzzy, a graduate MarmiOn Military Academv, ^«lrora, and Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, where ^'f. was a member of Pi Sigma R'^siiort fraternity, is manager Sexton Shoes at Weins, W "o(>stock. SecondfDay Stretcher Meat leftover from a baked ham dinner can be converted ihto an economical yet distinguished dish that merits a place on the company luncheon table. Ham a la King is a pleasing example. Simply add cubes of cooked ham, canned mushrooms (stems and f.ieces), chopped plmlento, sliced ripe olives and chopped hard cooked egg to a medium white sauce and heat through. Serve the mixture on toast triangles. It's a smooth and easy CIVIC ABT CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center dl8-| plays watercolors by Bruce BO' blek. Hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday thi-ough Friday and 10:90 a.m, to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Mary Lacy, Mrs. De|n Grimes, Miss tola McMaster, and Mrs. B. M. Miller. EAGLES AUXILIARY The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 8 P.m. at the Eagles Clubroom. Officers meeting will )redede at 7:16 p.m. There will !be an electiDn of officers. SENIOR CITIZENS Senior citiaens are invited to attend the dress rehearsal of the play, "The Diary of Anne Frank" Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Prairie Players Civic Theatre. No pitch party will be held Thursday. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Members are reminded that there will be no Junior Woman's Club meeting in May. Instead, the installation banquet will be May 8. Reservations should be made with Mrs. Roger Williamson, 211 Circle Drive, by Friday. WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION The Woman's Association board meeting of the First United Pffesbyterian Church will be Wednesday at 0i3O a.nv at the church. VESTA REBEKAH LODGE Vesta Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the OcW Fellow Hall. BPW Business and Professional Women's Club will meet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at Holiday Inn. Mrs. Martin Sandburg" will give the program on "Decou- ppge." Members of the Personal Development Committee are in charge of arrangements. CLAM m A Galesburg High School Ciass of 1933 reunion meetiqg wil) be Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Earl Duke home, 1048 W. Losey St. CHAPTER W Chapter W of PEO will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. I A. Maddrell, RR 2, W. Fremont Road. Members are asked to call Mrs. 0. Louis Vitale, Lake Rice by Tuesday noon if unable to attend. ALPHA XI DELTA ALUMNAE Alpha Xi Delta Alumnae will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. C. Walton, 1576 N. Broad St. KNOX COUNTY SALON The Knox County Salon 8 and 40 will meet Wednesday at % p.m. at the American Legion Home. A social hour Will follow the meeting. All members are invited to attend. HOME CULTURE CLUB The Home Culture Club will meet Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Wilfred Leigh ,of near Giletburg, Assisting the hostess will be Mrs. N. L. Sands. The program Will be presented by the GaleSbUrg Senior High School Singing Streaks under the direction of Roland Hegg. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! # LSrS GO it (4 Dayt, 3 NIUs) On FrI., Jun* • ihf u Mon., Itan* 11. To Mackihac telana it a«ult Ste Marie, Mich. Boat ride thru the famous Spa LQCIIB. Prices $110 for a Single. 195 each 2 in a room, $89 each 3 ih a room, $85 ^ach 4 in a rodhi. Reservations due Frig May .23. Phone 348'48S8 or 342- Way Bus. Contihental Trail- GiVid Music Week Civic Music Week CHILDREN'S ROOM ASSOCIATION Members of the Children's Room Association of the Gales* gurg Cottage Hospital will meet Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the sewing room. Members of the women's association ait the First Lutheran Church will be the hostesses recipe that will delight guests, for the social hour in the Makes fine family fare too! nurses lounge. BRACKEN WOMEN'S GOLF LEAGUE The Lake Bracken Women's Golf League will begin play Tuesday, May 8. Coffee and rolls Will be served ait 8 :30 a.m. and tee-off time is 9 a .m. A luncheon and style sliow Will be held, rain or shine, at the clubhouse at 12 noon. Reservations may be made at the Pro Shop or memt)ers may call Mrs. Phillip Johnston, 1123 Swettbriar. Put Live, On-Stoge Ihtertoinment in Your Life. The shoe you can live in A sandal that slings along airily. Fragile stripping on a low, feminine heel—of the softest, crushed kid. It feels right and looks sensational with the casuals you wear so often. $20.00 Colors: Red, White, Navy, Black Patt. Shoe Salon— O.T.'s— Street Floor i| u u •> U I J u JOIN CIVIC MUSIC Membefshlp roll open this week only April 30-^AAay 4, 1973 for the 1973-74 seasbn. Campaign Headquarters, Gamble Music Store 564 N. Henderson, Phone 343-8325 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Ont ticktt odmitt yoH to: Excellent Concerts in Galesburg plus 10 concerts in nearby cities Including MITCH MILLER in Kewanee ADULT SEASON TICKET $10 STUDENT SEASON TICKET $5 $30 For Family Patron Membership * $50 For Sponsor Family Memberihip * Sponsors' & patrons' names will be listed on every Galesburg CMA 1973-74 printed program. ^ 'Part of this f«« is tex deductible. Ciyic Music Week Civic Music Week < n BABY Fontastic Savings ON IVERVDAY BABY NEEDS Prist Morter 5" Rt0. 10.00 Doron Polyester Filled For Wormth Without Weight. Polished Cotton jn Juvenile Prints. Quaze Diapers Rta. 12 for 2.98 Papooser Baby Carrier Rtg. 9.00 6«« NOW 3 PG. Boxed Bootie Sets leoties, Hat and Sweater Mates in Waahable Orlan Acrylic. White, Blue, Pink or Matte. Reg. S.50 Hooded Towels Asst. Colors Reg. 3.00 1" Grill '•' Carriin Basin Receiving Blankets, Reg. 2/1.f7 .. 2/1.57 Zip-A-Quilts Asst. Styles by KCZEE KOMFORT Reg. 8.90 '44 Fitted Sheets, White and Pastels 3/1.87 Prints 2 2.17 Dble. Textured Pjanntl Sheeting Reg. 1.89 1.57 Flannel ittp Padi, R«g. 3/1.3* 3/1.07 Shert SlMve Slip On Shirt Reg. Btc 2/1.37 Shert Sleeve Snap On Shirts Reg. f«c 2/1.57 Training Pants 1>4 yri. Reg. 49c 1/1-57 Cutler — Vinyl Snap Panli Reg. Ht - 1/1.57 Cutler — Vinyl Pull on Pants Reg. 94« _ 1/1.17 I

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