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.iiijSolesbu.ra. R6gjsh |rMojf f ,,.Go !tsburfl J :llt. Thursdoy, Moy 1Q, 1973 Couples Exchange Wedding Promises ^ 1 11 i i •••• i r i • i i | ^^^^"^ j^)^ Mus Deborah McMahon . . . Deborah McMahon, daqgjjfer of Harold McMahon, tfe\^aiiee, became the bride of David, Rieker, son of Mr. and ^Mi|. Marion Rieker, Sheffield, Saturday at St. Peter's Church, kewanee. Re& ,Richard Sathers read the double ring ceremony for the eouple-at 7:30 p.m. Soloist was .-typMg.'vfcarter of Annawan, accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Shirley Pickering, Neponset. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was in a gown of nylon sheer and Nottingham lace fashioned with a lace bodice accented with pink satin ribbon and clusters of rosebuds. The same trim extended to the bishop sleeves and the sash at the natural waistline. The controlled skirt was edged with lace and the train was chapel length. Her mantilla veil, caught to a lace band woven with pink Mr. and Mrs. David Rieker (Miss Deborah McMahon) ribbon, was also edged with lace. She carried a bouquet of pink and white roses and gypsophila. Attendants Attendants in identically styled pastel dresses were Miss Sandy Wctnple, Kewanee, maid of honor, blue; Mrs. John Keen, Yorkvllle, green; Miss Judy Mc Mahon, Kewanee, yellow; Miss Lori McMahon, Kewanee, laven der, and Miss Kathy Anderson, Cambridge, pink. Each had matching picture book hats and carried baskets of multi-colored spring flowers. Best man was Don Rieker, Moline. Groomsmen were Jim Moon, Annawan, Dan Rieker, Air Force; Don Peterson, Galva, and Tom Van Daile, Kewanee. Ushers were Mike Ouart, Gai va and James Headley, Buda. A reception was held following the ceremony at the American Legion Hall in Kewanee. Miss Mary Rieker, Sheffield, asked guests to sign the bride's book. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. George Isaacs and Mrs. Phil Bryner, and Miss Mary Nosalik, all of Kewanee. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Verne Hampton, Moline; Mrs. Ron Billiet, Kewanee; Miss Leann Primo, Sheffield, and Mrs. Don Rieker, Moline; Mrs. Randy Kirman, Kewanee, and Wue *Wg*£ Susan Haugen.. Miss Susan Alaine Haugen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. May nard Haugen, Danville, and Douglas L. Minder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Minder, Woodhull, exchanged wedding vows April 14 at the Trinity United Church of Christ, Westville. Rev. N. Ellsworth Escott artd Rev. George May, St. Mary's Catholic Church, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1:30 p.m. Music was by Miss Kay Husmann, Alton, soloist, accompanied on the organ by Roy Royalty, Danville. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Haugen, was in an empire A-line silhouette gown of organza fashioned with a high neckline, shepherdess sleeves and flowing into a cathedral train. Blue re-embroidered lace accented the gown and hemline. Her fingertip veil was caught to a bandeau headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white roses, carnations and blue gypsophila. Miss Sherrill Wall, Macomb, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Richard Haugen, the bride's sister-in-law, Westville; Mrs. Roger Peterson, Woodhull, and Mrs. Ronald Marriage, Georgetown. They were in light aqua dresses with matching headbands. Each carried bouquets of white carnations and Board Convenes At Nursery After refreshments served from a table attractively deco rated with a Maypole and lilacs, Mrs. H. L. Miller, president, presided at the Knox County Day Nursery board meeting this week. Reports were given by Mrs. J. K. Gunther, Mrs. L. C. Neveln, Mrs. John Burns and Mrs. Grant Bullis. Mrs. Dorothy Wetherford, director, reported that Mrs. Mary Conovers, Child Care classes at Galesburg High School and Abingdon High School, are working three days week at the nursery, and that three students from Western Illinois University are also working three days a week at the nursery as part of their lab work, as is a student from Carl Sandburg College. There was an aggregate attendance of 1,118 with 43 daily average and 45 families being listed for this United Wayi agency. Gifts were acknowledged from William Gleisman, Mrs Oliver Turner, Mrs. Lucille Reed, Mrs. Lois Rowe, Mrs. Stuart Simpson, Mrs. Rodney Lindsay, David and Russell DeJaynes, Mrs. D. W. Sloan, Mrs. Charles Murphy, Mrs. Jeane Collins and Mrs. James Santiago. To STEIN'S For A Mother's BIRTHSTONE PIN Priced From $750 Including All Stones Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I Miss Janet Bengtson, Kewanee. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the newly weds will reside at 403 NE Second Street, Gaiva. Mrs. Rieker, a graduate of WethersfieW High School and St. Mary's Licensed Practical Nursing School, LaSalle, is an LPN at Kewanee Public Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Western High School, Buda, is employed at Standard Trucking Company, Gaiva. DAR The annual meeting of the Rebecca Parke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution will meet Saturday al 1:15 p.m. at the chapter house. A board meeting will be held at 1 p.m! preceding the annual meeting. PWP. Parents Without Partners will meet Saturday at 8 p.m. at the education building of the First Lutheran Church. Miss Violet Fineran, graphologist, will be the speaker. All single parents are' invited to attend. Is Best Man Best man was Rodney Minder, the bridegroom's brother, Geneseo; groomsmen were Jim Broline, Louisville, Ky.; Steven Mohr, Home wood, and Will Kramer, Morton Grove. Ushers were Richard Haugen, Westville, and Thomas Haugen, Danville, the bride's brothers; Marty Minder, the bridegroom's brother, Woodhull, and Dan Frank, Loami. Flower girl was Bridget Minder, Geneseo and ringbearer was Jeff Haugen, Westville. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the church. Among I those given serving honors were Miss D'Etta Bourelle, Good Hope, and Mrs. Jerry Weakly, Monmouth. The newlyweds will reside at 7052 E. Drive N, Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. Minder is a graduate of Westville High School and Western Illinois University where she was associated with Alpha Omicron Pi. Her husband is a graduate of AlWood High School and WIU. He is employed by Kellogg Co. of Battle Creek, Mich. SPOONER SAMS Spooner Sams will hold its May outing Saturday and Sunday at Delabar State Park. Members are asked to provide their own meat and an extra dish to pass lor the potluck. A business meeting will be conducted by O. W. Church, president, assisted by Tom Underwood, vice president; James Roberts, secretary, and Mrs. Roberts, treasurer. Persons interested in becoming members in the Good Sam Club are also invited to attend. East Germany boasts the highest standard of living Eastern Europe. in Films • Ate Shown For Delphiam A salad luncheon Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Walter Buswell, 646 N. Academy St., was the concluding meeting of the current year for the Delphian Group. The .members were seat* ed at several small tables decorated with yellow checked tablecloths and red geraniums. Fol owing a business meeting con ducted by Mrs. Leland Smith, president, Mrs. Nelson Sutter he program chairman presentee a film on Galena and the poet, Vachel Lindsay, Galena, a river town, grew rapidly from only 100 residents in 1825 with the finding of lead. The mines brought thousands; the steamboats followed, and then homesteaders. After the mines played out, and with the erosion of the farmland, the population dwindled. But the beauty and history of the stately old homes, President Grant's included, attract tourists now. The film also showed the birthplace of Mr. Lindsay in Springfield. While various views of the home are shown, a narrator tells of Mr. Lindsay's wanderings throughout the United States, and subsequent return to his home at age 30. He had tried vhis hand at art which never received acclaim; and then turned to poetry. "The Congo" was popular, and he was called upon to read his poetry. The tours proved exhausting, and he tried to live by writing alone. Mr. Lindsay married at 46 and had two children. He had to return to touring from time to time in order to feed his family. He died in 1931 of poison. ELKETTES CLUB The Galesburg Elkettes Club will hold a bake sale Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. in front of W, T. Grant's Store. Pies, candy, cookies and cakes will be available. Most Likely(Continued From Page 13) Dinner Is 'Unit's Choke' "Unit's Choice" for the Lombard Unit df the Knox County Homemakers Extension Association mm a dinner meeting at Club 19 Thursday evening. Mrs, Glenn EcHund, chairman, presided. Mrs. Max Mathers and Mrs. Marcel Babbitt, nominating committee, named Mrs. Bernard Petrie, membership chairman and Mrs. Paul Peterson and Mrs. Henry Page as cochairmen, publicity. Eleven members attended and reported on the recent HE A annual day meeting. A sketch "The Meticulous Shopper" was a feature of the evening with Mrs. Carl Hollingsworth, portraying Madame Mame LuTure, and Mrs. Wilbur Roos, Mr. W. P. Skinney. Mrs. Bernie Warning presented the program, telling of different methods of oil painting on boards, and a new media BasRelief. Red tulips and French lilacs centered the table, set with name cards featuring individual initial pins, made by the committee, Mrs. Roos, Mrs. Clem Bellinger and Mrs. Harold Dickson. Guests were Mrs. Joe Knutson, Mrs. Carl S. Nelson, Miss Margie A. Swanson and Mrs. Ed Hinkson. Prizes were awarded Miss Swanson and Mrs. Richard Hallberg. Brigham Young, who led the Mormon pioneers to Utah in 1847, died in 1877. with long sides. Let stand 20 minutes, then unroll. Spread each cake roll with jelly. Roll up.' Cut each half into four miniature cake rolls. Sprinkle with confectioners sugar. Pipe thick confectioners sugar frosting around the middle of each cake roll to form "ribbons". Makes 8 small cake rolls. California's first newspaper, the Californian, was printed in Monterey on Aug. 15, 1846. JOYCE'S BEAUTY SALON 653 LINCOLN ST. MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL PERMANENT! BEG. II2.M FOR £g §Q SHAMPOO STYLE SET $325 Phone-342-0614 U.S. manufacturers produced more than 11.3 million cars, trucks and buses in 1972. The KNOX-Q&LesBu*<; sycopbONy Presents The Lost Concert of This Season Saturday, May 12-8 P.M. 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