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L • 8 (aalesbur ister-Mail, Galeburg nox otin Peter Palmer, star of "Guys and Dolls," Broadway musical comedy success, now being presented for the first time at county fairs, added "frosting to the cake," Monday evening at the close of the first of two performances at the Knox County Fair. After the entire cast—members holding principal Palmer and News In and roles, Palmer and Cathy Emma, the feminine star to responded applause at the conclusion of the Palmer took over. stature was Cathy Emma, a the opening night j petite actress playing the part of Sarah Brown, "the Mission Doll," whose save-a-soul mission. Pal- About brief "curtain performance, Following a speech," the show's star sang the song of his alma mater, University of Illinois, and added two more numbers among his top tunes in other appearances. Tn its initial venture into this Hold of grandstand entertainment I he Knox County Agricultural Board and Fair Association was assisted by the Galesburg Jun- Woman's Club whose mem- the advance sale mr bers directed of tickets. Was 'LH Abner' Star Palmer, who rose Co stardom through the title role of "LH Abner," was a member of the Illini varsity football team for three years, and played in the Rose Bowl game. Offering a decided contrast in mission, mer as Sky Masterson, rescues from being closed. She made good use of the voice which has gained her leading roles in opera, concert and television appearances. Other roles in the production were capably filled indicating that Randolph Avery, who produced and staged the production, was not; unmindful of the show's success tradition to be carried on as a "traveling summer theater" attraction. The production was presented from start to finish without an intermission. Scene shifts were made with a minimum of delay with the cast in general having a part in moving the various stage effects. Women ngage d • • • Baker-Hays Wedding at Covenant Church Announce Troth.. • Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fleury, 221 E. Wyoming St., Redwood Falls, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Lynn, to Julian E. Rosine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Rosine of Monmouth. Both Miss Fleury and her are seniors at Mankato State College at Mankato, Minn., where Miss Fleury is majoring in music and Mr. Rosine, in art. The wedding is being planned for September. extd Two attendants in aqua and two in yellow precede ed Miss Barbara Waight in the procession Sunday when she walked down the aisle with her father to become the bride of Donald Howard Hall. Miss Waight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth T. Waight Sr., of near Alexis, and the bridegroom, son of Mr..and Mrs. Howard T. Hall, also of Alexis, exchanged wedding promises at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Rev. Orrell Ruth of the Alexis United Brethren Church officiated at the double Mrs. ring ceremony. Robert Johnson, Galesburg, sister of the bride and her matron of honor and Miss Sandra Robertson, dr Alexis, wore fiance Mr, Betty R. Baker and Joe Statistic 1 J / • •A »4R. AND MRS. IRA HOPPING, of Abingdon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Doris, (above), to Carl Crabtree, son of the late Odic Crabtrec. Miss Hopping is employed on the Alton Memorial Hospital nursing staff. Mr. Cre«btrce is employed at Alton Box Board. Wedding plans are being made for October 19. A. Hays, both of Galesburg, pledged wedding vows at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Mission Covenant Church. Officiating at the double ring ceremony read in the presence of' the immediate families was Rev. J. Alfred Johnson. Attendants were Mrs, Anthony Cirimotich, Waukegan, matron of honor, and Donald E, Hays, brother of the bridegroom, best man. Mrs. Baker selected for her wedding an afternoon dress of gold chiffon with matching jacket. She wore an orchid corsage. A reception honoring the newlyweds was. given in their future home at 956 N. Cedar St. They are now on a 2-week wedding trip to California. Mrs. Hays, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. v. The higher the income of the family, the greater the tendency to eat more frozen foods instead of fresh. So reports Opinion, National Family research a consumer firm, after questioning a "sampling" of American families. The organization found that the family that than aqua and Miss Patricia King, Monmouth, and Miss Janeen Waight, Alexis, also a sister of the bride were in yellow. Their taffeta sheaths, worn with white lace overskirts had small bows at the front waistline. A cluster of rolled silk rosebuds held short veils which matched their dresses and they carried contrasting yellow and aqua cascade bouquets. Debra Ann Johnson, Galesburg, the bride's niece, was flower girl and Brent Peterson, Alexis, was ringbearer. Carries Roses Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Hall (Miss Barbara Waight) Yellow and lrlies-of-the- roses valley in a cascade design were the floral accent for the bride's lace and nylon over taffeta gown. The bodice of lace over taffeta had long sleeves and The squared skirt of foods eats more fresh frozen, and '.elieves t h e fresh more healthful, lived either the deep South or the New in England states, was a rural family, and in the under $3,000 pef year income bracket. scalloped neckline, tiers of lace and nylon extended into a brush train. Her bouffant [veiling was caught to a cluster of pearlized lilies - ot - the - valley worn low on the forehead. Donald Adams, Alexis, stood with the bridegroom as best man. Groomsmen were Bob Waight, Macomb, brother of the bride, Richard DeBuysere, Molrne, and Larry Swise of North Henderson. Seating the guests during the organ prelude by Mrs. Thomas Edwards, Alexis, were Gary Waight, the bride's brother and Larry Xaughead, both of Alexis. Mrs. Brad Fowler was the soloist. The aqua, yellow and white theme was continued at the reception in the s6cial rooms of the church where four tiered colonnade cake, topped with miniature bride and bridegroom, centered the bridegroom, efreshment table. Accorded serving honors were Mrs. Frank Campbell, Alexis, Mrs. Roy Martin, alexis, aunt of Mrs. Clyde Pruett, Galesburg, aunt of the bridegroom and Mrs. Joseph Gluba, Cedar 1 ing Co. the bride, Rapids, Iowa, also an aunt of the bride. Mrs. Robert Baker, Rio, was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Miss Pearl Young, North Henderson and Miss Nancy Carlson of Rio. After a wedding trip to Michigan and Aug. 5, Mr. and Mrs. Hall will reside at 741 Lincoln'St. The bride was graduated from Alexis High School with the class of 1963. The bridegroom, a graduate of the same school in 1958, attended ^Southern and Western Illinois Universities and was graduated from the American Insti- Mr. and Mrs. Lovcli L. Green (Miss Mary Jane Nagel) uae reen -JtW. onmou Pledging wedding vows at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon a't Grace United Presbyterian Church in Monmouth, Miss Mary Jane Nagel became the bride of Lovell L. Green. The double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nagel of near Monmouth and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Green of Little York was read by Rev. Donald A, Weems. Wedding guests were seated ew 1183 Jeff ployed F Hays, w Mi's. E. is emplo liam G. Cunningham, .1 St., has been em- n's Flower Shop. Mr parents are Mr. and •ays, Windcrest Acres, ; Gates Rubber Co. *- H * . . + . r h - + +J H"- • Select Weddi Mrs. lens nig Date 84 m PHI BETA Members of Pi Gamma Chapter of Phi Beta will" have a potluck supper at the home of Mrs". H. H. Halladay at Lake Rice Wednesday evening. Serving will be at 6:30 o'clock. Madeline Corbin, Ave., and D. S. Geldbrandt, 247 Sumner St., will be married Sunday, Aug. 18 at Emmanuel Methodist Church. The couple will pledge wedding vows at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and to the j h • • - h • V n J_• "•. fa r h P -V • *• • ' • K + r L * ill L ^fa fa - , O -•IK* < 1 s A ^ MM VAX T - y "r 1 : fa r - r * - L ^ m fa i * n * h .. - - L L K 1 * 1-fa m V 1 ^ ".v." 1 fa s - • -X" * - reception to church parlors. follow in the fa> -^r V ">_-. v ^3 WESTFALL REUNION The annual Westfall reunion will be Sunday at Lincoln Park. A basket picnic will be served at 12 o'clock noon. Add Books At the MRS. nates H. D. HAMM Denmark, Iowa, as home and also desig- her MRS. the of Christian wscs Woman's Society Service will convene Friday morning at First Methodist Church. The 9 o'clock board meeting will be followed by coffee at 9:30. Mrs. Paul Smith and Mrs. Glenn Norris will be hostesses. Mrs. Allan McOlgan will conduct the worship service and music will be bv Miss Bonnie The program, "Report of the School of Missions" will be given by Mrs. S. \V. Sward and Mrs. R. K Catlett. Young. Adjust Tension When wash-and-w ear sewing cottons, use a throat plate with a round hole for straight machine sewrng. Mercerized cotton thread can be used, but stitch length and tension should be changed. Always Available 18 Handpacked Flavors of ICE CREAM SHERBETS For Vour Eating Pleasure at your Golden Cream Library The following books have been received at the Galesburg Public Library, according to Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian. Juvenile ESKIMO ISLAND, by Phillip Viereck. The story of King Island, cut off from the outside world nine months a year, and of the Bei'ing Sea hunters. STORY OF LUMBER, by Louise and Richard Floethe. From the first cut on the tree to the Lime the lumber leaves the mill ready to be used, each operation in lumbering is written about. SOMEBODY SAW, by Adrrana Saviozzi. A "pretend" game between a little boy and his mother with some charming little riddles for the very voung children. VOLCANOES AND EARTHQUAKES, by Robe-t Irving. The reason for both of these happenings in nature is given and some of the better known ones are discussed. PEOPLE, by In thrs book a the Southwest how his house girlhood former home of the family , . . is the former Irene Wharton . . . was a member of the King's Daughters, Garden Club, the Woman's Club and a church circle in Iowa* . . . is a member of Civic Nu-Comcr and First Methodist Church here . . . enjoys gardening as her special interest ... is the wife of the manager of Beatrice Foods Co. . . . she and her husband are the parents of two married daughters living in the quad-cities, and a David, a student ?*i Iowa State University . - . resides at 1037 Brown Ave. WILLIAM the wife HOLLIDAY of the MRS. JOHN QUIRK moved innkeeper at Holiday Inn ... is the former Imogene Gardner of Monmouth, also the former home of the family ... belonged to the Presbyterte.n Church, Civic Club and Pi Beta Phi Alumnae there . . . from DesPlaines with her husband to 1265 Bridge Ave. . . . is the former Georgia Wcm haner of Urbana was gra Civic Nu-Comer here graduated from . . is a . , . was Monmouth College . . . lived in California four years and taught elementary school while her husband was in the Air Force . . . she and her husband have two children, Nancy, 5!-i, &nd Elizabeth, 3 . . . resides with the at 347 Kenwick Drive uated from the University of Illinois . . . was later employed as a research chemist by The Toni Company of Chicago . . . is vice president of Civic Nu- Comer ... is the wife of an industrteJ designer who is employed as senior stylist at Midwest Manufacturing Co. tute of Commerce in 1960. He is employed in the accounting de- during the organ prelude by Mrs. partment at Midwest Manufactur- Harry Keller by Dean Earp, Kirkwood and Ralph Walters, Monmouth, cousins of the bride, Dean Clark, Monmouth and Clyde Goff, Kirkwood, cousin of the bridegroom. Charles Green was his brother's best man and Ronald Myers, Griggsville, was groomsman. Mrs. Keller also accompanied the soloist Mrs. Lyman White, Monmouth. Sisters of the couple, Miss Ruth Ann Nagel, Monmouth and Mrs. James Carner, of Greenland, N. H., were maid of honor and bridesmatron, respectively. Their blue peau de soie dresses had elbow length sleeves, scooped necklines and bell skirts. Both and worn matching headpieces carried cascades of white carnations. Rows of alternating lace and tulle in the back formed the bouffant skirt of Miss Nagel's bridal tyled with a sabrina neck- with sequin and seed pearl The skirt front featured an overskirt of chantilly lace caught at the center by a rose. Her bouffant veil fell from a crown of lace and pearls and her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and and Mrs. Dean Zielke of Oquawka acted as hostesses at the reception in the church parlor. A three-tiered wedding cake centered the serving table. Sharing serving honors were Karen Brookhart of Macomb, Mrs. Francis Snodgrass of Ohio, 111., Miss Judy McKelvie, Galesburg and Miss Joyce Reid, Media. Mrs. Edward Barnabee of Farmington registered the guests. An arrangement of gladioli and blue candles completed the decor at the serving table. Gifts wore in charge of Mrs. Carl Goff, Mrs. Donald Bearden and Miss Donna Foster of Oquawka. After a wedding trip through western states, Mr. and Mrs. Green will reside on a farm the Rozetta community. The bride was graduated from Kirkwood High School and Western Illinois comb. in For University the at Ma- past two years, she has taught in the Rock Falls Junior High School at Rock Falls. Mr. Green is a graduate of Biggsville High School and the University of Illinois, and is engaged in farming. MRS. R. THOMAS WILLIAMS is the wife of a field representative for the Social Security Administration ... is the former Doretha Wolfenbarger of Colo. . . . moved Hotchkiss, with her husband and son, Jay Thomas, 214, from Peoria . . . resides with her family at 1151 Hawkinson Ave. ... belonged' to Nu-Comer in Peoria . . . is a member of Civic Nu- lists £45 her bridge and stephanotis. Mr. Nagel gave his daughter in marriage. Reception Mrs. Kenneth Wayland of Cameron and Mrs. Allen Bennett of Griflddle Test When making pancakes, heat the griddle while mixing the batter. To test, sprinkle on drops of water. If bubles "skitter" around, the heat is right. Tribes in the interior of Morocco still regard the camera as instrument of the devil to Monmouth, aunts of the bride, and imprison men's souls. Comer here . . special interests bowling. Ethan Alien family notes that swimming is her special interest. on cern i n g eg i an A CLUB CARD PARTIES Layered Look NEW YORK (UPI) - The for the back-to-school style will top set EARLY AMERICAN SUMMER SALE David S. Anderson, 923 Olive THE DESERT Ann Nolan Clark, young Indian of tells of his homo, Here are more collegians in the summer resume of students' activities, at work, at school and at play. Linda L. Nyman, 126 S. Farnham St., has been named to the dean's list at North Park College, Chicago. The list is composed of those students who achieved a scholastic record of "B" or better for the third year. Linda is St., will return to Bradley for relaxing at home this summer, and versit) This his sophomore year, he has ! is built and how he and his fam- planning with hei short vacation' trip before return- LOOK FURTHER WEBER Dairy Prints Wedding Napkins and Matches tationt WEBER last i parents ing to school for her senior ye:u\ Barrv Stein. 282 \V. Davton St , is working in his father's store during vacation and he and "us parents have just, returned from New York, where they attended the luggage and leather goods show. In September he will transfer to Southern Illinois University as a second semester sophomore. Susan Lillie, 367 Marmac Dr., who will re:urn to Knox for her sophomore year, is the college campus during th Illinois Bell Telephone conferences. summer ne lias two jobs to occupy his time, working at Quini's Tire Service and also at Butler's. Judith Moore, who will he LAKE BRACKEN Host couple for Monday eve- adding ning's bridge play for members of Knox County Country Club at the Lake Bracken clubhouse were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Britt. Receiving high scores for the women were Mrs. Charles Buckley and Mrs. Douglas Tracy and men's prizes went to Harry Weaver and Keith S:ouffer. Grand slam .)e the "layered" look in clothes, reports the National Cotton Council, This is achieved by one, two and three preces on top of each other. A blouse or knit pullover can be the primary layer onto which is added a vest and jacket. Combine them with skirts, shorts or + A - * i \ F h p trousers. Remove mildew from leather by small of winners were Mrs. William Miller. The amount the mildew sophomore l T niversit\ doine working on e a ; at Western Illinois next venr, has been i general office work this i summer for C. W. Mitchell Poland | China Record Association on East Losey Street. Her home is at 373 W. Losey S f . Karen Swanson, 1545 N. Kellogg St., who has two more years in nurses training at State University of Iowa, Iowa City, has been working at Galesburg State Research Hospital this summer. Tommy Way, 875 N. Academy Si., dental school sophomore at the State University of Iowa is working at a resort at Frankfort, Roy prizes were given Dyer and Leroy special to Mrs. Hund. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dyer will he host and hostess for next week's play. running a Buckley and j petroleum jelly on spot. Polish with a clean chamois. Mich., during vacation. Jim Stewart, a junior at MacMurray this fall is spending '.he summer at home, 510 Burgland Ave., and working at the Soangetaha Country Club golf course. Donald Swanson, 239 Phillips St., among the collegians woririna at Butler's this summer will his FLOWERS Perfect for every occasion Styled Bouquets • Foliage Planters (Our summer specialty) Blooming Plants Free Deliveryl-Charge It! SOLID CHERRY DINING ROOM GROUP Regular to $576.50 NOW o be m junior year at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale. rson orists READ THE WANT ADS! VICKROYS ouse an 342-2331 JUL 348 East Simmons St Galesburg Second Door East of loraine', Restaurant

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