Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 1, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, May 1, 1973
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& GalasburQ Register-Mail, GalesburQ, Tuesday, May 1, 1$73 nnounce *7 d Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Garden of rural Blue Mound, announce the engagement of their daughter, Swan Annette, to John William Wallace, ion of Mr, and Mri. John G. Wallace of Cameron, Mlsi tlorden, a graduate of Blue Mound High School and the University of Illlnoli, will com-. nlet* her Masters of Education degree In Special Education at the University of Illlnoli In June, Her fiance, a graduate of Warren High School, the University of Illinois, and the Thundtfrblrd Graduate School of International Management in Phoenix, Arix., is employed by Ferry-Morse Seed Company in western Iowa. The couple is planning a July 7 wedding at the First Christian Church in Blue Mound, Miss Susan Oorden Mr, and Mrs. Merrill Davis, 3386 W. Tanforan Dr., Englewood, Colo., and formerly of Des Moines, Iowa, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy 6., to Jack R. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs, Jacob (Jack) A. Moore, R.R. 2, South Lake Storey Road. The bride-elect, a graduate of Roosevelt High School, Des Moines, Iowa, is employed at Capitol Federal Savings of Denver, Colo. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Monmouth College, if employed by the AC Division at General Motors, Salt Lake City, Utah. The wedding will be Saturday, June 9, at l p.m. in Denver, Colo., at the United Presbyterian Church. Miss Nancy B. Davis Keeps Music Alive By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) - Hote Casella's tepee is a Park Avenue apartment, but never mind. Hers is a powerful voice raised for the preservation of the heritage of her ancestors, the American Indian, "Here is such a rich culture, a drama so native to this country," she said. "Musically there is so much to be preserved," And music is the area in which Miss Casella excels. She's a concert artist whose specialty has become Indian songs and lore. Miss Casella's full first name is Ho-Te-Ma-We, Indian for mockingbird. She said Indians don't necessarily name a child when It is born but may wait for some trait or event to give the name special meaning. "I'm told I sang before 1 Ok erne A am (Continued on Page 9) Lit Woman's World Today... Style Shotv Featured at Luncheon Members of the Knox County Republican Women's Club and their guests gathered for a luncheon and style show Monday at Harbor Lights Supper Club. Mrs. George Inness, left, Mrs. Teryl Dredge, holding the baskets which decorated the tables, Mrs. Ralph Vinson, president, Mrs. Jack Carlton and Dr. Vinson, narrator for the show, paused after the luncheon to have their picture taken by the Register-Mail photographer Dale Humphrey. Warp Beeti Miss Mary Louise Beets, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Ray, Avon, became the bride of John L. Evans, son of Mrs. Phyllis M. Evans, La Jolla, Calif., April 21, at the First United Methodist Church, Santa Monica, Calif. Rev. Milton Welsshaar and L. Lamorit Wiltsee read the double ring ceremony for the couple — at 6 p.m. Best man was James R. Evans, the bridegroom's brother, Mission Vie jo, Calif., and ushers were George Calvin, San Diego, Calif., and Sheridan A. Glen, Springfield. Mrs. Glen, the bride's sister, was matron of honor. Carries Daisies Given in marriage by her parents, the bride wore a sheer nylon and venice lace gown of old-fashioned styling. It was designed with a high neckline, bishop sleeves, and a flounced hemline. Her cathedral veil with matching lace was caught to a lace hat. She carried a Area-d-H Clubs Win Top Honors At 'Fun 9 Contest Oneida Mix and Fix 4-H Club won top honors Saturday evening during the 4-H Share-the- Fun Contest at George Churchill Jr. High School. "The Cookie Man" was chosen among twenty-six skits. Leader of the club is Mrs. Darrel Steck. Dan Hennenfent of the Henderson Aggies, won the Master of Ceremonies contest. Both clubs will represent Knox County at the State Fair in August. The second place skit, "This Is My Country—America," was presented by the Union 4-H club, leader is Jack Moore. The Double S Club took third place with "Follow the Green Brick Road"; Mrs. Ray Kreig is the leader. Steve Theilen of the Cloverleaf 4-H Club wan second place in the M.C. contest, with Diana Bard of Sugar and Spice Club taking third place. Other participants in the M.C. contest were Janet Kreig, Lory Ring, Mike Rohson, David Rylander and Judy Brooks. cascade bouquet of stephanotis, white daisies, streamers and lily-of-the-valley. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Donald Freeman, Canton, the bride's aunt, served. After a Hawaiian wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside at 3540 Sawtelle Blvd., Apt. 301, Los Angeles, Calif, 90066. Mrs. Evans is a graduate of Western Illinois University, Macomb, and is employed as a secretary at Arthur Anderson & Co., a CPA firm in Los Angeles. She taught business education at Galesburg Senior High School for three years. Her husband as a graduate of California State University at San Diego, Calif. He is employed as an accountant with Ralph's Grocery Co. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Evans (Miss Mary Beets) • • • (Calendar of* Iflfjeetl WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION The Woman's Association of |tfae First United Presbyterian Church will meet Friday at 1:30 p.m. at the church. Miss Anima Misa, AFS student, will be the speaker. A babysitter will be available. CHAPTER HO Chapter HO of PEO will meet Thursday at 1 p.m. in the home of Mrs. A. C. Walton, 1575 N. Broad St. The program will be first, followed by the general meeting. SILVER RIMS MOTORCYCLE CLUB The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chuck -Prattler, 171 E. Davis St., Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. CLASS NUMBER CHARMS FOR BRACELET OR NECKLACE $2* 75 thru 78 ONLY IN STERLING SILVER Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. i JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB The Phyllis Wheatley Club wild meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Richard Brown, 246 S. Whitsboro St. ST. PATRICK'S ALTAR AND ROSARY SOCIETY St. Patrick's Altar and Rosary Society will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. in the church social room. CHURCH WOMEN UNITED The Church Women United May Fellowship Luncheon will be at the First Christian Church Thursday at 1 p.m. The program entitled "As Hand Touches Hand" wild honor the volunteer workers in Galesburg. Members are reminded to bring items for Galesburg State Research Hospital, such as nylon stockings or dress length materials. A nursery will be provided. May 6 is Blanket Sunday at all churches. The clothing drive will be at the First Lutheran Church May 21, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. I HAWTHORNE CLUB The Hawthorne Club will meet Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert J. Nelson, 510 Marmac Dr. This will be the final business meeting of the year. • LET'S GO * On Ftl., May 2b. Enjoy Railsplit- tiiig Day at Rockome Gardens. Visit the Amish Market at Arthur. 111. Tour the Amish Settlement with an Arthur Host on the bus. Reservations due Sat.. May 13. Phone 342-4856 or 3426715. Continental Trailway Bus. CHAPTER AN Chapter AN of PEO will meet for luncheon on Thursday at p.m. at the home of Mrs. Phil Lass, Lake Rice. RNA The Royal Neighbors of America Lodge meeting to be held Thursday has been postponed to May 9 at 8 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. ALTAR and ROSARY SOCIETY The Corpus Christi Altar and Rosary Society will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the church social room. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Carolyn Moffitt, Illinois Power Co. home economist. ROVIN' COACHMEN CLUB The Rovin' Coachmen Club will meet at Argyle State Park at Colchester May 4, 5 and 6. Members are asked to note change of weekend, due to conflict with Mother's Day. BOOTS 'N SADDLES CLUB Galesburg Boots 'n Saddles Club will sponsor a horse show Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at the clubgrounds in Knoxville. All speed events will be electrically timed. Flag race will be run on both sides of barrels. SWEET ADELINES The Sweet Adelines will practice Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Lombard Junior High School. By ISABELLE E. BUNCHER (Woman's Page Editor) "The Gingham Gambit" theme for the Knox County Republican Women's Club annual spring luncheon was reflected in the baskets of colorful gingham flowers centering the tables and in the fashions shown during the style show on Monday at Harbor Lights. Mrs. Ralph Vinson, president, 83 she introduced the past presidents, who were the guests of honor, read excerpts from minutes written during their term of office. Honored were Mrs, Bertha Crozler, Mrs. Robert Egan, Mrs. S. H. Hinchman, Mrs. Raymond E. Anderson; Mrs. Gerald Bulkeley, Mrs. Vernon Reed and Mrs. J. W. Rice. Unable to be present but recognized were Mrs. A. H. Telford, Mrs. Max Jones, Mrs. Albert Bradbury and Mrs. Russell Meyer. Fashions, representing a whole carousel of styles, were presented by Burgland's Youth Fashions, Maurlta Dale, and Fred Shubach's. Music for the style show was by Mrs. Ned Arderson, pianist, and music for the luncheon was by Zoe Urena, Connie Chadwick and Tom Lacy, all pianists. Flowers and lace, puckers and polka dots, plaids and pleated skirts, shirts and wrap skirts, pastels and bold colors, reds, whites and blues, were all part of the show, which reflected the "look of today." Mrs. Alice Paulsgrove, among the first in the high fashion parade, modeled a classic white hand knit look dress. A vee neck­ line and narrow belt were the touches, for this dress, which could be casual or formal with the choice of accessories. Dots were the accent for the three-piece black and white pants suit, belted at the waistline, so fashionable this year. Mrs. Charles Paisley was the model for this striking outfit. - Yellow was the color touch for the black and white daytime dress, with a pleated skirt, shown by Mrs. Jack Fischer. Mrs. Martin Sandburg was ready for a formal evening in her white jacket dress with gold braid trim. Fashion detailing for this dress was the knife pleated long skirt. Herb Thome, who modeled fashions for the men, was the escort for models in the formal attire. His formal attire included a black sculptured velvet jacket and the new bow tie for accent. The fugitives from the playground set had their moments during the show. Carrie Spink modeled a white pants outfit with the top featuring an appliqued sailboat, and the pants an anchor on the right leg. Alexis Bell appeared in a hand smocked sailor sleeveless dress, just right for a party, while Mark Mangieri, who also could be going to a party modeled a navy blazer and white baggies. Accent for his outfit was a new bow tie. Models Models for Burglands were Carrie Spink, Paul Cash, Alexis Bell, Dan Peterson, Mark Mangieri and Ruth Ann Martin; for Maurita Dale, Mrs. Paulsgrove, Mrs. Mick Hillier, Mrs. David Uhlman, Mrs. Fischer, Mrs. Henry Inness; and for Schu* bach's, Mrs. F. E. Bailey, Mr. Thorne, Mrs. Paisley, Mrs. Sandburg, Mrs. David Gustafson and Mrs. Robert McLaughlin. Modeling from Sack's Third Avenue shop were Mrs. Ward Lacy, Mrs. Richard Olson, Mrs. Clifford E. Pearson and Mrs. Jack Sanford. All were original Sack designs. Mrs. John Parkhurst of Peoria, 18th District Congressional Chairwoman, Miss Mildred Frisk, MoMne, 19th District Congressional Chairwoman, Mrs. Richard Olson, Knox County Chairwoman, Mrs. John Hawkinson, Mrs. Tom McMasters, Mrs. Clarence Neff and Mrs. Clifford Latherow, as well as other guests from the surrounding areas were introduced by Mrs. Vinson. Taking part in the opening presentation were Mrs. Charles Redfern and Mrs. Floy Ekln. Hostesses were Mrs. Roy Frankeberger, Mrs. Charles Hllher, Mrs. R. P. Thompson, Mrs. Roy McGaan and Mrs. Oscar Wing. Arrangements for the event were by Mrs. Teryl Dredge, Mrs. A. W. Stephenson Jr., and Mrs. George Inness, decorations; Mrs. Jack Carlton, Mrs. Lacy, Mrs. Robert Work and Mrs. Dean Hertensteln, style show. Gingham sunbonnets, with rickrack trim, were the program form at each place setting. Lincoln PTA Sees 'Circus' "The Harrison Street Circus was the highlight of Lincoln Middle School's Parent-Teacher Association meeting Monday evening at the school. The circus was comprised of 40 student performers in the fourth, fifth, and sixth grades at Lincoln, who demonstrated skills in tumbling, vaults using the mini-trampoline, riding the unicycle, and clowning. This has been an after-school gymnastics project under the supervision of Rob Kerber, physical education teacher. Mrs. Donald Johnson, president of the PTA Council, installed the new officers for the coming year. Serve as Officers Serving as president will be Mrs. Robert Masterson; Mrs. Richard McGaughey, vice president; Mrs. Ronald Hutchings, secretary,, and Mrs. Robert Simmons, treasurer. A gift was presented to Mrs. Paul Clement, a fifth grade teacher, who is retiring at the end of the school year and mov ing to Oklahoma. David McBride, principal, acknowledged these gifts from the PTA during the past year, a kiln for the art department; a Super-Machine for the science department, also a classified animal collection and trophys and ribbons for the Science Fair; three television sets; books for the learning center; two bicycle racks; a portable stage; three musical instruments, and music appreciation records and film strips for the music program. Following the meeting, refreshments were served by the social committee. MALES' formal wior "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 901 /141-tm Attar Six, Lord Waal. PaJra Such Register for Frae Honeymoon to Lai Vagal 10 Wait Mala St., Oalaibuvg The skirt is back with great variety and many styles. There are pleats, A-lines, or long, straight skirts that button down the front or in the back. Community Chorus Presents Oratorio The Galesburg Community Chorus presented Joseph Haydn's oratorio "The Creation" Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church. The 74-voice group was directed by Creston Klingman. The group's performances of "A New Created World" and "The Heavens Are Telling" were stirring. The chorus showed good control of dynamic shading, and was precise and accurate in presenting the score. This oratorio, a setting of the Biblical story of the creation of the earth, is full of musical imagery; phrases such as "mountains erupt" and "seas rolling in foaming billows" are graphically illustrated by the melody. The passages require great control of pitch and tone on the part of the soloists. James Shrader was the tenor sok)ist from Princeville. Other soloists, all Knox College students were Becky Burling, soprano, Jack Dare, baritone, and Tom Fentem, bass. Accompaniment was by Dr. Charles Farley, organist, and Mrs. Charles Gibbs, pianist. WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! Our Compliments To Your Car . . . Won't you and your machine come to Schubach's soon, and park the first hour free at the Smith & Allen garage while you shop with us? The garage is just north of our store, and is open during all our store hours. Monday and Friday til 9; other days to 5. Th» Shop AccommodillBg KELLOGG & MAIN GALESBURG 'f

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