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nnounce f/rotkd Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Larson, 420 Lexington Ave., Iowa City, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sonja Elaine, to John D. Caff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard R. Carr, 529 Lombard. Miss Larson, a graduate of- University High School, Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., and Denver University, teaches in a junior high school in Evergreen, Colo. Her fiance, a graduate of Denver University, is an auditor at Gates Rubber Co., in Denver, Colo. A June 20 wedding at Iowa City is being planned. Miss Sonja Larson Miss Mary Ann Hennenfent Mr. and Mrs. Nick E. Hennenfent of near Smithshire, announce the engagement of *heir daughter, Mary Ann to Mark D. Free, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Free of near Little York. Both are graduates of York wood High School and attended Casrl Sandburg Junior College. Miss Hennenfent is employed by the Monmouth Trust and Savings Bank. Mr. Free is employed by Farm King in Mon mouth. A September wedding is being planned. ,! ' Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St., announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Paula Jean, to Kenneth W. Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason, 941N. Broad St. A graduate of Galesburg High School, the bride-elect will graduate from Black Hawk College program of nursing in June. Her fiance, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, is serving with the U.S. Army, Fort Polk, La. The couple has chosen Saturday, July 28, as their wedding date. Miss Sbalron Louderman Mr. and Mrs. Gene Louderman, 540 Lombard St. announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Joyce, to Bill Hillier, son of Mr. and Mrs.' William Hillier, 1510 Rock Island Ave. Miss Louderman and Mr. Hillier both graduated from Galesburg High School. Mr Hillier also attended Carl Sandburg College. Miss Louderman is employed at Gates Rubber Co. and her fiance for Burlington Northern Railroad The couple is planning a fall wedding. Miss Barbara Lisenbee Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Lisenbee of near Galesburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Annette, to Steven M. Chase, son of Mrs. Kenneth Chase, 127 Michigan Ave., and the late Mr. Chase. Miss Lisenbee, a senior at Galesburg High School, is employed at Wesleyan Methodist Day Care Center. Mr. Chase, also a senior at Galesburg High School, is employed by Butler Manufacturing Co. The wedding \yill be June 16 at the Wesleyan Methodist Church. Mrs. Helen Schuriock of Monmouth, and Frank McCutcheon of Fort Madison, Iowa, announce the engagement of their daughter, Frances, to John Johnson, 366 Monmouth Blvd., son of Mrs. William R. Johnson of Winfield, Kan., and the late Mr. Johnson. Miss McCutcheon is a graduate of Monmouth High School and her fiance was graduated from Winfield High School and the Arkansas City, Kansas, Junior College. " A June wedding is planned. Miss Frances McCutcheon Sweet Adelines Install Officers Mrs. Dennis Morris was installed as president of the Galesburg chapter of Sweet Adelines Tuesday evening at Katherine Nielson School. Serving with her will be Miss Harriet Aberg, vice president; Mrs. Lawrence Tarleton, secretary; and Mrs. Don Wilberding, treasurer. Mrs. C. W. Davis Jr., retiring president, presented Mrs. Morris with a corsage of red and white carnations, and each officer a long stemmed carnation. Also honored with flowers were members joining Sweet Adelines this past year, Mrs. Daniel Fryer, Mrs. James Greene, Mrs. William Ho'lz- worth, Mrs. Dudley Purlee, Mrs. John Nelson, Mrs. Barry Swanson, Mrs. Robert Walker and Mrs. David Wujek. A social hour followed with Miss Kathy Hicks and Mrs. Gene Spickler in charge of re- reshments. WW II Mothers Meet Mothers of World War II Unit 51 met Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, 241 Cedar St. Fourteen members and two visitors were present. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Oscar Nelson, president, who gave a report about the state convention. Mrs. Don Carlson was hostess. Miss Luan Lagerstrom Mrs. Sally Lagerstrom, 798 Pine St., announces the engagement of her daughter, Luan, to Terry L. Swigert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wizard Swigert of near Galesburg. Miss Lagerstrom, who will be a June graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at the Knox County Nursing Home. Her fiance, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, manages the Gebhart Store. No date has been set for the wedding. Guess Who's 100 CHICAGO (UP!) - Marg* rine, one of the world's "unnatural" foods, reaches its 100th 1 Anniversary this year. French chemist Hippolyte Mege - Mouries, according to Encyclopaedia Britannica, was granted the U.S. patent for margarine in 1873. It didn't take long for the product to become embroiled in a controversy which ranged for decades. The early margarine makers mostly used animal fats. Whale oil was quite popular in Europe. The new product was called oleo, a word related to oil. The name alone could have been considered a major handicap for any food item. But from Mege-Mouries' idea grew the process of churning the margarine with milk, kneading it to a plastic consistency and packaging it — all by the means of equipment designed to make butter! Primarily as a result of efforts of competitive industries, margarine soon became subject to severe restrictive legislation, both federal and state. High taxes were imposed, particularly, on yellow margarine. The margarine foes found a powerful weapon that served them for years. Since most of the early margarine was made from imported oils, this situa tion was used to gain support for the restrictions, on the grounds that the foreign oil im ports were inimical to the American farmer. Then an im portant processing occurred. In the 1930s, after considerable research, manufacturers discovered a method of making margarine from vegetable oils produced domestically. As a result, American cottonseed and Soybean growers took an immediate interest in removing the restrictions. They were joined in the 1940s by consumer groups, which objected to the high margarine prices. At that time only uncolored margarine was sold in most areas. Having the appearance of lard, it was a most unappetizing item on a dinner table. If a housewife, wanted it colored yellow she had to do it herself, and it was a tedious, messy task. To this situation the antimar garine forces answered, in effect, "There are many excellent colors the margarine makers can use, including red, blue, purple and green, so why should they want yellow? Obviously, they're just trying to imitate butter." But Congress in 1950 repealed all the federal taxes and license fees on margarine made in the United States. State legislatures followed this lead and soon the bans against yellow margarine were lifted. Thus, the consumers were at last giv ; en a choice — and many now choose both. '".V ' i 'I ,«* 'ill* Play Continues This Weekend The Prairie Players production of "The Diary of Anne Frank" continues this weekend, May 11, 12 and 13, at the Prairie Players Civic Theatre, 656 W. ' Losey St. Curtain time is 8 p. m. for the three performances. Co-directors are Miss Angela Rightnowar and Miss Judi Wright. Applying makeup to Miss Gloria Johnson are Mrs. Howard Froelich, left, and Mrs. Peter Calderone. Miss Johnson plays the role of Mrs. Frank. (Register-Mail photo by Dale Huhphrey.) •Soclai Woman's World Today... GALESBURG, ILL., WEDS., MAY 9, 1973 PAGE 13 Installation Is Conducted By State Officer By ISABELLE E. BUNCHER (Woman's Page Editor) Officers for the 1973-74 year were installed by Mrs. Lorris Bowers of Peoria, state secretary of the Junior Organization, IFWC, at the banquet Tuesday evening at Soangetaha Country Club. Serving will be Mrs. Jack Carlton, president; Mrs. Robert GHS Sings Group nnouncemen ti. • • Orimtai eamnq Since 1919 James Demanes and Son, (forrrjerly of Kellogg & Drake) have been in the business of selling and servicing Oriental Rugs. • \. .• ?J.'. • : We offer the very finest in Oil Cleaning and Glazing of your priceless Oriental Rugs. Complete repair service also available. We Buy, Trade and Appraise Oriental Rugs. demanes interiors 1918 N. KNOXVILLE, Call Collect Stt-5m ,PEORIA, ILUNOIS 61603 Mrs. Dennis Morris ... president Swan Creek Church Scene Of Ceremony Mrs. Lana Kay Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Vail, of near Roseville, and Phillip R. Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Moore of near Monmouth, were married at Swan Creek United Methodist Church May 4. The ceremony was read by Rev. Phillip Merritt, in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs. Moore, a graduate of Roseville High School and Mid state College in Peoria ,was for State Bank and Fidelity Fed eral Savings and Loan of Galesburg. Her husband, a graduate of Roseville High School and the University of Illinois, is farming. The newlyweds will reside in rural Monmouth. WATAGA PTA The Wataga Parent - Teacher Association will meet this evening at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym. The program will be given by the third grade students and Barney Parker, superintendent of schools, will be the speaker for the evening. ST. MARGARET'S GUILD St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Church will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Miss Maybelle Moore, 103 Olive St. The program is "Religious Art" by Lowell Youngren. UCC EAST MAIN ST. I CONGREGATIONAL The annual Woman's Fellowship Brunch of the United Church of Christ East Main St. Congregational will be Friday at 9:30 a.m. at the church. Husbands and friends are welcome to attend. Members are asked to bring own table service. A small donation is asked. Members merly employed at Roseville \ should make reservations with a member of the social com- mitte, Mrs. Harry Bacon, chairman. The guest speaker will be Mrs. Amy Tinkham whose topic will be "The Holy Land." Mrs. Emma Panther will give the devotions. MALES' formal wear "In Stuck Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5H4 A««r Six, Lord Weil. P«lm Beach .Register for Fret Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Weil Main St.. Galeibuig CHRISTIAN WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP The Christian Women's Fel lowship of the First Christian Church will hold a family potluck supper at the church Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Dessert and beverage will be furnished. WRC The James T. Shields Woman's Relief Corps, Unit 121 Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in the Eagles Clubroom. I A social hour will follow; WOODBINE CAMP Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. at the IOOF Hall. Masterson, first vice president; Mrs. William Simpson, second vice president; Mrs. Joe Cecil, secretary; Mrs. Barney Olsen, treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Toland, press secretary; Mrs. Ron Searl, historian, and Mrs. Norbert Schactner, parliamentarian. Each officer received a single yellow rose presented by Mrs. Schactner, president, as Mrs. Ecwers' described the obligations of her office. At the conclusion of the ceremony, Mrs. Schactner received the past president's pin from Mrs. Carlten, who is also serving as Central Region Junior Director. Present Program Music by the Fifth of Jazz from Galesburg High School under the direction of Jeff Cox, presented the evening's program. Members are Stan Buck, Jeff Cox, Steve Brown, Rex Gulson and Brian Stegall. Selections included "Take Five," "When the Saints Go Marching In," "Cantalope Island," "Close to You," "Coming Home," "Sentimental Journey," and "Misty," featuring Stan Buck on the saxophone. Past presidents, Mrs. Dean Hertenstein, Mrs. Gale Galloway, Mrs. Herbert Kamerer, Mrs. Ben Sherwood, Mrs. Ray Webb, Mrs. James Nixon and • At' 4 inn •&!llill!s„[S mm Jack Carlton . president Mrs. Roger Williamson, and guests, Mrs. Roy Frankeberger, Mrs. Robert Schurtz, Mrs. Robert Thompson, Mrs. Forrest Mc(Continued on Page 15) Opening Monday's meeting of Farnham School, Parent-Teacher Association were theJSing- ing Streaks from Galesburg High School directed by Roland Hegg. Several numbers were preesnted. Mrs. Robert Rhea presided at the meeting, and announced that Third Grade Playday will be Thursday, May 24. An afternoon tea for teachers and board members will be held at 3:30 p.m., May 17, at the home of Mrs. Charles Wetherbee, 228 Seminole Drive. An Honorary Life Membership in Illinois State PTA was presented to Mrs. Rhea in appreciation for her service to the PTA and her interest in children and youth. _ Mrs. Ray O'Bryant reported on her experiences at the PTA State Convention held last week in Chicago. Additional highlights of the convention were related by Mrs. C. M. Hallam, Departmental vice president of Community Service for I.C.P.T. Room count award was won by Mrs. Johnson's second grade room. An auditing committee consisting of Mrs. John Schlaf, Mrs. Louis Lakis, Mrs. H. B. Malmrose and Mrs. Woodrow [McDorman was named. Speaker for the evening was Maurice Beck who pointed out the many advantages the children of today have for learning compared to a few years ago. The expanded opportunities for vocational subjects has ended the absolute need of a college education. He stated that a child must learn to read and write, but he must also like the person he is becoming. The meeting was concluded with the installation of officers for the 1973-74 school year. Installed by Mrs. C. M. Hallam were Mrs. Rav O'Bryant, president; Mrs. Edward Hulsizer, vice president; Mrs. Ralph Spencer, secretary, and Mrs. Louis Lakis, treasurer. Pour some baking soda into drains and flush with warm water to keep drains and traps clear and odor-free. Baking soda effectively deo-i dorizes and cleans away grease j residue in the disposer. Follow j manufacturers directions for cleaning and add about three tablespoons of soda to each quart of water used. ' I I Mickey Mouse — Well Clocks Alarm Clocks & Wrist Watches From $ Q95 & up Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg DIAMONDS Are Worth More The time for diamond buying is now! It's a fact, diamonds today, may be worth more than currency, more than some securities, more than precious metals ; . . Yes, for you who own, or you who are about to receive diamonds, remember, ihey are worth morel BUSINESS IS GOOD FOR LOVERS All over the world, people are investing in the romance of diamonds . . . gift them to your loved ones now, buy them at the highest level of integrity you know! KNOW YOUR JEWELER In Illinois its FRANK JEWELERS, INC.I Diamond specialists will counsel you in your new purchase or old -diamond trade. . . . 241 E. Main Galesburg, III. of

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