Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 2, 1973 · Page 13
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4 jfojesburfl Register-Moil^ Golesburg,, HI. Wednesday, May 2, 1973 Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN •^COUNTRY CLUB The Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at,the clubhouse. Women's high score was won by Mrs. Henry Miles, and second by' Mrs. Harry Alders. MenVfijgh was won by Albert Pedersen, and second, Carl Hund. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. ClydelSfiller. Next week's hosts will JSe, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Miller SOANGETAHA Duplicate bridge was played at Soangetaha Country Club with rrne tables at play. Winners were north - south, Mrs. Lowell Nevelin, Mrs. Chan West, first; Mrs. Robert Reed, Mrs. Arvid Scheming, second; Mrs. Kenneth Pee], Mrs. John Zahora," third, and Mrs. Louis Ubbe»f -Mrs. Werner Michel- sor, fourth. EaSf%est winners were Mrs. Don Curtice, Mrs. Morris Ketzle, first; Mrs. Paul.Nelson, Mrs. Harold Rogers, second; Mrs. Blake Neeley, Mrs. Charles Fifield' Jr., third; Mrs. Louis Vitafe, Mrs. Richard Bishop, fourth;* GACBSBURG DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB The Galesburg Duplicate Pridge Club met Tuesday evening at Midwest Credit Union. First place winners were Mrs. Hilda Whittom and Mrs. Grace Bar stow; second, Mrs. Robert Pennington and Mrs. Catherine Vitajp-Jhird, Mrs. Helen Erickson antPMrs. Marshall Marvelli; and fourth, Mrs. E. M. Atkinson, and Mrs. Gladys Masilko. Officers Installed Bacmm At Its Best Th &cecret to successful bacon cookery' is low heat. Place the meat jn a cold skillet and separate ttw slices as they begin to cook %o that each slice is flat in the_pan. Continue cooking over low heat, turning the slices often, until they are browned evenly on 'both sides. Remove the slices to drain on absorbent paper. Mrs. Robert Griffith . . . president Officers were elected and installed at the Sfcfcrkettes meet* ing Tuesday evening at the Lincoln Middle School Serving will be Mrs. Robert Griffith, president; Mrs. John Carlson, vice president; Mrs. Robert Caine, secretary^treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Anderson, hospitality; Mrs. Ted Hoffman, publicity; Mrs. Larry Bybee, membership; Mrs. Jay Franey, Mrs. Dave Powell, emergency; Mrs. Richard Smith, Mrs. Roger Horton, program. Mrs. Hoffman presented the program, which was the paint- ins of railroad spikes. Mrs. Omer Martinson, chairman, announced the picnic would be June 16 at 5 p.m. at Lake Storey, with the rain date, June 22. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Bybee. LFAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS League of Women Voters will meet Thursday at 7:30 p .m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Young, 277 N. Academy St. The program will be on international trade. romided Miss Kay James ... Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday between Miss Kay James, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon James, Sclota, and Michael Douglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Douglass, Oneida, at the Wesley United' Methodist Church, Macomb. Rev. Jack Travelstead read the double ring, candlelight ceremony for the couple at 6 p.m. Guests were seated by Jon Stevens, Altona, and Richard Witherell, Abingdon as Mrs. Burdette Knappenberger, Sciota, played the organ prelude. Soloist Was Miss Kathy Wrestler, Bloomlngton. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was in an empire dress fashioned with a bodice of Chantilly lace over English net, accented with crystal- pleated organza. The organza skirt and built-in circular chapel length train were deeply bordered in lace over net and edged in the pleated organza. Three- tiered bouffant illusion veils and cathedral - length veil were caught to a face-framing headpiece fashioned of Venice lace, accented by tiny organza rosebuds, pearls and crystal aurora borealis. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and pink carnations and gypsophila, tied with pink and red ribbons. In addition, Miss James carried a handkerchief given to her grandmother. Attendants Matrons of honor for their sister were Mrs. Larrn Harn, Blandinsville, and Mrs. John Barclay, Macomb. Bridesmaids were Miss Karen Miller, Altona, and Miss Mary Douglass, the bridegroom's sister, Oneida. They selected chiffon gowns fashioned with white bodices TEAMSTERS AUXILIARY 1 311(1 pi " k * kirt *- Each Carrie . d *; !T TT T crescent shaped arrangements AS™ lm J h ! fTeamst f r j of red roses, pink carnations, taSOZI ^L™ 6 !J or a , s £ ad !gypsophila accented with pink Mr. and Mrs. Michael Douglass (Miss Kay James) Robbins, Good Hope. Rice packets were given to the guests by Jolece Chipman and Jill Chipman. After a wedding trip, the newlyweds plan Wataga. Mrs. Douglass, Northwestern H Sciota, and Carl Mim Patricia Dillin . . . The Christian Church of Abingdon was the scene Sat urday of the wedding of Miss Patricia L. Dillin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Dillin, to Lincoln St., and Frank G. Mangieri, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amnio Mangieri of near Abingdon. Rev. Donald Hogan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1:30 p.m. Attendants were Mrs. Jerry Allen of Abingdon, the bride's sister, and David A. Mangieri, the bridegroom's brother, Knoxville. Miss Dillin carried a bouquet of blue and white daisies centered with a red rose corsage, as a complement to her white crepe gown trimmed with red. She wore a red ribbon in her hair. I Following the ceremony, a buffet dinner reception was held in the bridegroom's parents' home. The newlyweds will spend lege, is employed as a recep- to reside in tionist at the Chamber of Com- jmerce. Her husband is a grad- 'ill a graduate of i g h School, Sandburg Col- uate of ROVA High School in Oneida, a n d is employed a Butler Manufacturing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Mangieri (Miss Patricia Dillin) their honeymoon in the Lake Geneva area. Mrs. Mangieri is a graduate of Galesburg High School and attended Monmouth College. She was employed at the Holiday Inn. Her husband is graduate of Abingdon High School and is a veteran of the United States Air Force. He attended West­ ern Illinois University and is now self-employed as a music instructor and musician. MALES' formol wear "In Stock Rentali" PHONE Sn /Mt-Sfl4 Altar Six, Laid WMt. Patau Baaeh Register for frets Honeymoon to Lai Vagai 10 Waal MaM at., QaJeabwa luncheon at the home of Mrs Iva Hardister, 1192 Dayton Dr, Thursday at 1 p.m. CARL SANDBURG JEWELRY - PENDANTS CHARMS-TIE TACKS & RINGS Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg and red ribbons. Best men were Mr. Ham and Mr. Barclay. Groomsmen were Philip Douglass, the bridegroom's brother, and Perry Cruce, Oneida. Jon Stevens, Altona and Richard Witherell, Abingdon, were ushers. Candlelighters and junior ushers were Brent Reese, Bushnell, Scott Torrance, Sciota. Flower girl was Miss Shawn Dowell, Sciota. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the church parlors. Gifts were arranged by Miss June Lewis, Miss Linda Bliven, Macomb, Miss Gwynne Evans, Good Hope, and Miss Luan Webster, Sciota. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Jane Corsbie, Donnellson, Iowa. Serving honors were given to Mrs. Ted West, Miss Sheryl Ross, Champaign, and Miss Susan BEREAN BOOK STORE FIRST ANNIVERSARY SALE Mother's Day gift ideas. If there's a lot you've been meaning to tell her. Many Items Specially Priced 50 FULTON ST. Galesburg, III. MAY 3rd-5th HOURS 9:30-5:00 FRI. TIL 9:00 WMF? FREE Refreshments FOR OUT-OF-THE-ORDINARY BIBLE STUDY GROUPS. by ZONDERVANii] Sale £ for-| 99 Reg. 3 for 2.77. Sheer Flexxtra pantjhose with reinforced panty and toe. In all favorite shades , Proportioned. Sale prices effective thru Saturday JCPenney We know what you're looking for.

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