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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, August 8, 1963
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nl. I jlUloUUy, / vU^j. ^or and about omen e an d PL aced Here from Tampa, Fla., are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carlson, Caryn and Mike, who are visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilhelm Carlson, 723 Pine St. During the week they are here, the Carlsons are also visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Duane Suydam and family. Over 30 years ago eight couples in Galesburg started gathering for potluck dinners and in the spirit of fun, dubbed themselves the Klanks. This week, all eight couples, gathered at Lake Bracken clubhouse for a dinner, and then went to the cottage of the Ted Goethes. They have taken trips together, celebrated anniversaries together, birthdays and marked holidays with gatherings for over the three decades. At this week's dinner, the group made tentative plans to take a futur: trip to Florida, to visit the Fritz Carlsons, who are leaving Galesburg to reside at Fort Lauderdale. Others in the group Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ahline, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Erlandson, «Mr. and Airs. C. T. Goethe, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lindberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nystrom and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pearson. Sgt. Donald Wood, of the Air Force, son of Mrs. C. E. Wood, 1508 N. Prairie St., is spending a few days with his mother, prior to leaving for duty in Madagascar. Before arriving in Galesburg, he spent some time with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Nudelman and family in Glenview. Sponsored by Symphony Guild Sltow ^Jlieme) 3^a^ to £lt Band-box beauties might well be the connotation for the parade of the latest fall apparel shown at the style show, sponsored by the members of the Women's Guild of the Galesburg Symphony Society at Holiday Inn on Wednesday. Country casual apparel is the new rage and leather a natural to express this breezy trend in fashion. This was noted as the first model, Mrs. Harold Grutzmacher, appeared to begin the show, featuring day to evening wear. Her kidskin jacket, the fashionable tobacco color, was teamed with a two piece dyed to match golden sweater and skirt. An added touch was a Have Surprise Party After the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Knox County Post 2257, Veterans of Foreign Wars meeting Monday evening, a surprise birthday party for Mrs. Edna Martin, president, was held. Mrs. Arlo Randell, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Maurene Dickerson and Mrs. Bernard Johnson, were in charge. The centerpiece was a birthday cake on a musical Happy Birthday plate and bouquets of roses, k basket of artificial fruit with dollar bills for greenery and silver coins hanging from the handle was presented the honoree from the members. A potluck will be held at the home of Mrs. Bernard Johnson, northwest of town, at noon Aug. 21. Meat and drink will be furnished. It will also be a white elephant party. Heart's Jewelers 316 E. Main St. Miller-Durbin Vows Spoken at Bethel Baptist Miss Cheryl Miller, daughter of Mrs. Armon B. Miller, 1159 Arcadia Drive and the late Mr. Miller, and Frederick Durbin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Durbin, 203 Arnold St., exchanged wedding vows at 6:30 o'clock Saturday evening at Bethel Baptist Church. Rev. Donald Peterson officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Eloise Allen was at the console of the organ. Attending the couple were Miss Donna Durbin, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor and Richard McCutcheon, best man. Miss Miller, who was given in marriage by William Fox, uncle of the bridegroom, selected for her wedding a yellow chiffon over taffeta dress worn with a yellow lace bolero jacket styled with three-quarter length sleeves. A white rose held her short veil and her flowers were an arrangement of yellow sweet peas and stephanotis atop a white Bible. 1 The attendant's dress was white with blue eyelet trimming and she .vore a white crown and veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow carnations. Guests were seated by Robert Durbin and Richard Fox, brother and cousin, respectively, of the bridegroom. A reception was given in the couple's honor at the Miller home, 1159 Arcadia Drive. Accorded serving honors were Mrs. Richard Hallstrom, Mrs. Andrew Ryan, Mrs. Diehla Fulton and Mrs. Helen Woolem. Since their return from a short wedding trip to Des Moines, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Durbin are residing at 203 Arnold St. Mrs. Durbin who attended Galesburg High School was employed as an aide at St. Mary 's Hospital. The bridegroom, a Galesburg High School graduate, is a salesman for P. Lorillard Co. Select Wedding Dates Miss Bernadine Crouch Miss Bernadine Crouch and Kenneth Nelson have selected Saturday, Aug, 24 as their wedding date. Miss Crouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Crouch, 1280 Grand Ave., and Mr. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Nelson *of near Galesburg will be married at St. Patrick's Church at 9 o'clock in the morning. A reception will follow in the all-purpose room at St. Joseph's School. Miss Kay Stonberg Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stonberg of Bishop Hill announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kay Yvonne, to Dennis A. (Rick) Acquare of Daytona Beach, Fla. The wedding will be at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Aug. 17 at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Davenport in the presence of the immediate families. A reception will be given in the couples' honor at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon, Aug. 18, at the Bishop Hill Community Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Stonberg is a 1960 graduate of Galva High School and is employed at the Davenport Bank and Trust Company. Mr. Acquare is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Acquare of Daytona Beach, Fla. and is a student at the Calmer School of Chiropractic in Davenport. little leather grab bag also in the soft tobacco color. Commentator for the show, following luncheon served to 160 guests, was Mrs. Werner Michelson, with Fred Schubach describing the men's fashions modeled by Richard Lindstrum, Robert McCornack and Larry Michalic. Continuing the parade of fetching apparel for women was Mrs. Lonnie Cook as she appeared in a lively colored sweater and royal blue knit slacks. Accent was cranberry red boots which reflected the touch of red in the patterned sweater with a white background. Fitted Knit The fitted knit, an easy elegant way of dressing, was shown by Mrs. Harvey Hagge, who modeled a worsted wool double knit black dress, Its lines were accented by the double breasted front. Added elegance was the black kidskin coat, with three button closure emphasized by one-half inch stitching to outline the lines of the design. Fashion detailing included a curved yoke in the back with soft pleated fullness marked by a low hanging belt. Representing the back to college crowd was Miss Betsy Urban, who modeled a car coat of olive green corduroy with large patch pockets. Sleeves and back detailing were accented by diagonal cutting of the fabric. Her wool plaid suit, designed with a fashionable double breasted box jacket, had a sheath skirt. Among the coats included in the show was a black faille coat, fashioned in a Balanciaga silhouette with three quarter length sleeves and slash welt pockets, modeled by Mrs. Richard Koons. i Lined with a pile fabric, the coat I was also water repellent. Cherry red was the color of her two piece wool worsted and looped mohair dress, marked with seaming accents. As an added high fashion touch, her hat was the new Greta Garbo big brimmed swagger in Black velvet. Ball Gowns In conclusion each of the five models appeared in elegant ball gowns. Mrs. Grutzmacher's American Beauty rose brocade gown was fashioned with a fitted bodice, long tapered sleeves, and four scissor pleats forming a very modified bell shaped skirt. Miss Urban selected a rose petal pink acetate satin creation also styled with a modified bell uemnfy skirt, accented by double flyaway back panels. Worn with a scoop neck bolero jacket, the dress had glittering spaghetti straps. Mrs. Koons' full length dinner dress of aqua and white was styled with a white fitted jeweled bodice, and inverted pleats forming a bell skirt. Mrs. Hagge modeled a strapless aqua marine lace gown with a full tiered skirt accented with scallops. Music for the event was presented by Charles Knapp, a member of the symphony, on the drums, Edward Breuer, pianist, and Joseph DeWeese, also a member of the symphony, on the base. Director for the Knox-Galesburg Symphony is Dr. Gilbert Try thai!. Mrs. Clark Palmer is president of the Women's Guild, sponsor of the event which concluded with an afternoon of cards. Fashions were by Carson Pirie Scott and Co., who presented the ball gowns, and Fred Schubach, who presented the daytime to evening wear. Hats were from Kellogg Drake and Co. In charge of arrangements were Mrs. Forrest A. Borngrebe, Mrs. Arthur Nyman Jr. and Mrs. Robert McCornack. —By Isabelle E. Jennings BLACK TRICOT JERSEY with cocoa brown dots woven in the fabric is the material for this smartly styled dress modeled by Mrs. Richard Koons (right). Fringe accents the round neckline and the trim fitted belt with the elbow length sleeve giving the dress a look of formality. For accent she carries •II a velvet covered bag and has a beige fancy stripped ostrich feather hi-crown cloche. STARLIGHT BLUE is the color and design in the newest and most fashionable look for evening wear, the sheath ball gown. The fitted bodice is styled with a scoop neckline and cap sleeves; the banded midriff is accented by a small waist bow, and the sheath skirt is fashioned with a gathered overskirt for an extra touch. The model is Mrs. Lonnie Cook. Keepsake Diamonds '100 up • Guaranteed PERFECT • Insured Against LOSS TERMS: As Low as $1.00 Weekly GIRLS: Get your FREE copy of "How to Plan your engagement and wedding." We Give S#H Green Stamps HEART S Jewelers — 316 E. Main Armed Forces Service Club Notes Birthdays Members noting birthday anniversaries in May, June and July were honored when Armed Forces Service Club members met Tuesday evening in the Community Lounge of the YMCA. Mrs. Ernest Rice, president, conducted the meeting during which members voted to donate fruit juice to the Red Cross. A report of the recent ward party at Galesburg State Research Hospital was also given. In the evening's games, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Larry Young, Mrs. Ray Taylor and Mrs. Paul Carlson. Mrs. Kenneth Kennedy won the special prize. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Ray Taylor and Mrs. Leo Hull, the cake was served by Mrs. Carl Carlson. Future Bride... FROM YATES CITY—Mr. and Mrs. Delbie Hare of near Yates City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Penny, (above), to Kenneth Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Carter of near Yates City. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding at the Methodist Church in Douglas at 8 o'clock in the evening, Saturday, Aug. 17, and to the reception which follows at the Community Building. Mr. Carter is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. Covenant Church Dayton and Jefferson ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF KINDERGARTEN WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4 9 A.M. Registrations now being accepted at church office 9-12 a.m. For information call Mrs. Marc Peterson, 342-2902 Mrs. Melvin Rewald, 343-6609 Plan Year's Program Mrs. Ted Wilson, president of the Galesburg Woman's Club, and the board of directors were entertained at a coffee by Mrs. Harold Reinhardt in her country home Wednesday morning. After a series of summer meetings the board has completed plans for the coming year assemblies and departmental ac tivities. The program committee, Mrs. Reinhardt, chairman, has ar ranged a variety of entertainment, opening with the Moline Boys Choir, at the Oct. 5 luncheon to be at Harbor Lights There will be other musical numbers, a chalk talk, an astrol ogist and a Christmas program by the Rev. Constant Johnson, one of Galesburg's newest min isters. Members are being urged to get their registrations into the clubhouse immediately for the yearbook. WOM Members To Donate Juice Women of the Moose will comply with the request of the Red Cross and donate one hundred cans of fruit juice in the month of August. Members are being asked to bring cans of juice to the two August meetings. No tomato juice is wanted. Mrs. Ray Van Hyning, publicity chairman, is in charge and states that anyone wishing to donate juice who cannot bring it to the lodge, may call the Van Hyning residence, 63 E. Mary St., and it will be called for. Considers Good Coffee a Must tie Expert JPartiai to ^l^eddertd READ THE WANT ADS! Dessert can be many things. It may be fruit, a creamy custard, a beautiful pie or cake. Whatever it is, it will most assuredly be welcomed, for even the most earnest dieter cannot forsake dessert completely. Dessert can also be a buffet, a sumptuous variety and a highly successful way of entertaining according to Amy Vanderbilt who is culinary whiz and etiquette expert par excellence. A born cook and a good one, Miss Vanderbilt has offered the dessert buffet to a long list of illustrious guests at her town house in New York. Last year, she invited forty for coffee and dessert and served nine different desserts, several of which she herself had prepared. With the dessert, she served cups of rich coffee laced with brandy and liqueurs. The buffet was an even greater success than Miss Vanderbilt had anticipated. Assuming that each guest would choose one dessert, she was surprised and delighted to find that everyone sampled at least three or four—and several guests tried all nine! The selection included chocolate cake, caramel custards, raspberries, coconut cakes and a Coffee Mousse that the hostess had made. Favorite Coffee Pie Coffee Mousse is just one of Amy Vanderbilt's many fine coffee recipes. She loves to cook with coffee and has developed an impressive repertory. Her luscious Daisyfields Coffee Pie is her own recipe and is named, incidentally, for the lovely Connecticut estate from which she just recently moved. The smooth, coffee-flavored pie filling can be used with any favorite crumb crust. As careful as Amy Vanderbilt is about her dessert choice, she is "fussy as all get out" about her coffee . She likes it rich, and apparently her guests do too, as she is well-known for her excellent coffee. For rich coffee follow this brewing formula: For each serving, allow one CBI Approved Coffee Measure of coffee (equal to two ICE (REAM SOCIAL EAGLES LODGE FRONT LAWN FRIDAY, AUG. 9-5 P.M. ICE CREAM, caka or pie—35c Sponiored by THE EAGLES AUXILIARY 1 LOT STRIDE RITE CHILDREN'S SHOES Mostly Girls Styles t Regular to $8.95 3 99 FASHION BOOTERY 214 E. Main level measuring tablespoons) for each three-quarters measuring cup of water. You'll be famous for your coffee, too. Daisyfields Coffee Pie Vz cup water 2 tablespoons instant coffee power % lb. marshmallows 2 egg yolks, slightly beaten 1 teaspoon vanilla Few grains salt V\ teaspoon nutmeg 1 cup finely chopped nutmeats 1 cup whipping cream 9-inch baked crumb crust Combine first 3 ingredients in top of double boiler. Heat over hot water, stirring occasionally, until marshmallows are melted. Add to egg yolks slowly. Return to double boiler; cook and stir 1 or 2 minutes. Stir in vanilla, salt and nutmeg. Chill until mixture begins to set. Beat smooth. Fold in nuts, Whip cream; fold in. Pour into cooled pie shell. Chill. If desired, garnish with additional whipped cream. Before his death this year, Harry Steers of Phoenix had competed in 57 of 59 ABC bowling tournaments. Attends Workshop Mrs. Harley P. Olson of Oneida has just completed a one week Bishop Tailoring Course at Western Illinois University, Macomb. 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