Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1963 · Page 9
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chapter attending the meeting were Mr*. Gladys Schwleger, chapter president, Mrs. Albert Grnchck, Miss Margie Nickolson, Miss Shirley Schmidt and Miss Marlene Hamann. Handwriting Analyst ABWA Dinner Speaker Speaker if Ttwsday evening's dinner meeting ot American Uusi- ness Women's Association at Holiday inn was Miss MarjoHe Caldwell, handwriting analyst end a member of ABWA Bend of River Chapter at OavenpOrt, Iowa, Miss Caldwell, In eollnbOrallon with Dr. It. D. MacNilt, has written a home study course on handwriting analysis, a science she has studied for more than 20 years. During this 4imc she has given more than 800 talks on the subject, handled family and other consultation problems, has dorieVi &fttMic &ion work for at* torheyi and also testified in court. In explaining the many uses for handwrting analysis the speaker noted that it can be used In public relations, in situations involving verification and many times in helping to solve family and juvenile problems. Letter formations were discussed and Miss Caldwell told how each would bo analyzed. During' a short business^ meeting Mrs. David Nelson, president,' was chosen to represent Cralanois Chapter as "woman of the year" at national convention to be in Cleveland, Ohio in October. She was also named as the delegate to the convention, with' Mrs. Lu-: cille Ball being selected as alternate. • • Guests from the Davenport edding That's the price of a new Hammond Organ at the Charles S. Gamble Music Co. 564 N. Henderson St. Indiana to Be Home of Newlyweds Miss Patricia Josephine Klodt, daughter of Mrs. Martha Klodt, New Windsor, and the late Joseph Klodt, became the bride of Gordon Lee Whitaker of Bloomington, Ind., in nuptials July Iff in Kansas City, Kan, The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Paul Bowers of Bloomington, and the late John Whitaker. Rev. Howard Chadwick read the single ring ceremony at' 4 o'clock in the afternoon at the Presbyterian Church in Kansas City. Attending the couple were Miss Joyce Jean Baker and Arnold Munny, both of Kansas City." Color accent for the bride's white taffeta sheath dress and white hat, was an arrangement of yellow roses on the white Bible she carried. The honor maid selected a corsage of yellow roses to wear With her yellow sheath dress. After Aug. 15 Mr. and Mrs. Whitaker will reside in Bloomington, Ind., where the bridegroom is employed at Coke Co. Mrs. Whitaker was graduated from Winola High School at Viola. Her husband was graduated from Bloomington, Ind., High School and from Auto and Electrical School at Kansas City. l A in t&rinifieiil Wearing a traditionally styled wedding gown of ehantilly lace over bridal taffet* Miss Mary Nell Archibald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Archibald of Brimfield, walked down the processional aisle with her father to pledge vows with John E. Simpson. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Simpson, 405 N. Pleasant View, Elm wood. Officiating at the double ring ceremony read at 7 o'clock Saturday evening, July 13, at the Brimfield Methodist Church were Rev. Wayne Nordstrum and Rev. Wil- Iram Calkins. The bride's elbow length silk illusion veiling was held by a cabbage rose and lilies-of-the- valley, and an orchid and white roses topped her lace -covered Bible. Her long-sleeved gown featured a sabrina neckline accented with crystals and the fitted bodice continued into the hooped skirt, which was caught up by roses and also highlighted with crystals. The skirt lengthened into a chapel train. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs. Robert Ashley of Bellevue.' Mrs. David Coon, Brimfield, was bridematron and bridesmaids were Miss Leah Simpson, the bridegroom's sister, and Miss Sherry Miller of Brimfield. Laurie Duffy, Brimfield, was flower girl and Rusty Duffy was ring- bearer. Wear Pastels Attendants carried colonial bou- (Salesbura Reaister«Moil» Golesbura, 111. Thursday,JulvJftJffi Polly^s Pointer» * » * Mr. and Mrs. John E. Simpson (Miss Mary Nell Archibald) Make a cherry sauce by thickening the syrup from canned dark sweet cherries with cornstarch; add the drained cherries and a touch of lemon juice. Serve warm with ice-cold creamy tapioca pudding. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Helena Rubinstein Once-a-Year Beauty Sale BUY ONE ...GET A BEAUTY BONUS FBEE! SAVE UP TO 50% HAVE BEAUTIFUL HPS AND FINGERTIPS! CLEANSE, LUBRICATE, REFRESH! Kit** t Pasteurised F aceCreamSpeci3l Helena Rubinstein Buy: Fashion Stick. Lipstick and Hp- liner in one. Dazzling shades. Fret: New Nail Fashion. Chip resistant nail enamel in- matching shades. zoovaig. now ]50 DEAUTVTREAT...0EEP DOWN? Buy: "Pasteurized" Face Cream Special. Lubricating cream and cleanser. Free: "Herbal" Skin Lotion. Cooling freshener. Removes traces of cream. 238 value „ 0W J75 fitORIFV V0UR HAIR I Buy.- 2-Speed Heme Permanent. Named finest by consumer survey. Free: Headiiner. 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The bridegroom's cousin, David Fleming, Elmwood," was best man and groomsmen were James Cation, Wrlliamsfield, Mike Hensley, Canton and Tom Reinhart of Elmwood. Ushers were Dick Archibald, brother of the bride, and .Robert Ashley of Bellevue. Mrs. Wayne Nordstrum, Galva, was at the organ console for the prelude and accompanied the vo- To Reside in Texas... calist, Miss Kathy Kelloy, Princeville. Wedding guests offered best wishes and congratulations at a reception at the Silverleaf Pavilion where music was provided by Dalton's Orchestra. On their return from a wedding trip to Long Beach, Calif., and Mexico and after July 26 the newlyweds will reside in Elmwood. Mrs. Simpson, who was graduated from Brimfield High School, owns and operates Miss Mary Nell Dance Studio in Elmwood The bridegroom was graduated from Elmwood High School and attended Canton Community College. He is employed in the production office at Gale Products in Galesburg. By POlAY CRAMER Newspaper Enterprise Assn. DEAR POLLY — Even nine- year-olds read the column. Quite a time ago, mine gave mc this hint to send in and I forgot it until I read about the lady keeping adhesive bandages in her billfold. My son puts two or three of these bandages, In their protective paper covers, inside the band of his hat or cap when he starts to school. He said someone is always getting hurt on the school grounds and he has a bandage ready for such an emergency. Now the youngsters run for Randy when they have a cut or bruise.—RANDY'S MOTHER. GIRLS — Randy sounds like a future real-life Ben Casey, doesn't he? — POLLY. DEAR POLLY — During spring houseclcaning, I decided to repaint my living room. Naturally the baseboards had to be painted but the floor is covered with wall-to-waU carpeting. My problem was how to do that part of the job without getting paint on the carpet, My husband took an old automobile license plate and bent the edge along the length of the plate to make a slight curve. As I painted, I held that firmly over the edge of the carpet next to the baseboard and then proceeded. It worked wonderfully. You do have to wipe the metal plate off each time it is moved but that was simple and I got the job done neatly. — MRS. H.G. GIRLS — I would still put clean paper or a drop cloth over the carpet (between it and the license plate) as an extra precaution. — POLLY. veto? On washday, I pin all the white ones together with a largo safety pin and the colored ones with an" other. When washed and dry* they arc ready for the CHILDREN to pair and fold. — Mrs. M.O.E, GIRLS — Be sure the safety pins are rustproof so the socks Will come out of the wash free from stained pinhole marks.— POLLY DEAR POLLY - Many of the dresses I buy come with plastic times stretch and break, pa lurry around th* eyelets, t adhesive tape tft m hack o new belt and punch holes th it to mutch the belt holes. fWi prevents tmfat ind in*r*8S§l ffm ife of the belt. - flftRR .L.tt. ' share your faturtte Hm& making ideas, . . send them tii Polly in care of Galeshtirjg Register-Mall. You'll receive a bright, new sliver dollar if Pol* ly uses your ideas in Polly 's Pointers. „ Feminine bowling enthusiasts will enjoy wearing lined cotton culottes, cut to resemble a skirt They come with matching or con* belts. They look fine but some-' trasting tops in beautiful colors. PFC. AND MRS. GLEN A. MELTON will reside in San Antonio, Tex., after July 29. Mrs. Melton, the former Donna Elaine Johnson of Bclviderc, is the daughter of Mrs. Henry V. Johnson, Bclvidcre. The couple pledged wedding vows on Saturday at Jefferson Prairie Lutheran Church in Clinton, Wis. Pvt. Melton, son of Mrs. Bei-nicc Melton of London Mills, is a medical laboratory technician in the Army, stationed at Ft. Sam Houston, San Antonio. Beauty Hints By the simple art of making up your eyelashes correctly, you can provide new sparkle and glamour to your appearance that you may never have dreamed was possible. According to one beauty authority, the jnost important application rule is to properly encircle each individual lash with make-up. Most women, he says, forget that their eyelashes have two distinct surfaces — a top side and a bottom side. Generally, they stroke mascara on the bottom surface of the upper lashes only. To create a natural, luxuriant look, however, this important eye make-up requisite must be applied as follows: Begin with the top surface of your upper lashes. Place your eyelash brush at the roots of the lashes and stroke down and outward. Then, apply the make-up on the bottom surface by stroking upward and outward, using zig-zag motions to separate the eyelashes and allow the color to encircle each hair. DEAR POLLY - Instead of knitting the sleeves of a sweater separately and taking a chance of knitting one a bit longer or shorter than the other, knit them both on the same needle and at the same time using a separate ball of yarn for each—NORMA DEAR POLLY'- We are a family of six and socks were my BIG washday problem. They were hard to sort and would cling to other clothes just taken out of the dryer. I put a special "sock hamper" beside my regular clothes hamper where the soiled socks 1 go as soon as they are taken off. J CANADA DRY low calorie «JJ ONLY 1 CALORIE PER SERVING Real cola flavor plus famous pinpoint carbonation, y but only 1 calorie per serving lfew-16 ounce bottles at popular prices •OTTUD IT CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. MUMMM, RUNOIt READ THE WANT ADS! lufierrfo! PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE ______ SALE RUNS THRU WED., JULY 31st, THE END OF OUR FISCAL YEAR ALL SUMMER FASHION MUST GO — CUT 40% TO 60% DRESSES so $1Q $|2 $14 Reg. 10.98 to 25.98 W • W • mm I I SWIMSUITS $7 *o no $12 Finest Makes. Sold to 22,98 m W W W • Mm WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR All white, bone, or beige shoes for women STORE CLOSES WED. AT 4 P.M., BECAUSE OF ANNUAL INVENTORY Jomoicas $|59 $2 *3 Reg. 2 .98 to 6.98 2 PC. JAMAICA SETS $2 59 *4 59 Reg. 3.98 to 6.98 Buy Any 2 Sets at $5, $7 or P Skirts $ 3 $4 $5 Reg. 3.98 to 11.98 CHARGE BOOKS ARE CLOSED BUY NOW - PAY IN SEPTEMBER BLOUSES 1 s 2 *3 s 4 Reg. 2 .98 to 8.98 COTTON KNIT TEE TOPS Reg. 2 .98 to 5.98 PURSES $2 $3 *4 $5 Reg. 3.98 to 8.98 SLACKS Reg. 3 .98 to 9.94 JACKETS «4«8 S 12 Reg. 5.98 to 19.98 P. PUSHERS Reg. 3 .98 to 9.98 3 Formols 'IS JEWELERY $1 Sold to $35 Sold to $4 it P rialperrCo This lot includes all makes. Values to $16.95 « and every pair a 1963 pattern. Rogers— —SHOES 230 E. MAIN

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