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May 14, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

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Monday, May J 4, 1973 Woman's World Today... Symphony Offers Musical Tribute To Dr. Umbeck The final concert of the Knox-Galesburg Symphony season with William Wilsen, conductor, featured all the traits that have marked this season, innovative programming, outstanding soloist and an over-all high caliber of performance. Though extremely enjoyable, the Bartok Dance Suite was a challenging opening number,' opening The rapid changes in tempos and rhythms require utmost concentration, yet a certain spontaneity. A bit ragged at times, the number became increasingly persuasive as the orchestra "got into" the concert. The following Weber Concerto for Bassoon player was a rare treat. The performance of John Gardner, principal bassoon player in the symphony showed both beauty and great facility. The orchestra apparently enjoyed it too—at times the music almost seemed to be playing itself, a sure sign everyone is really aware of what he's doing. The last half of the program was devoted to Brahms. His Four Scriptural Songs sung by Spyros Sakkas, guest baritone, had been anticipated with pleas­ ure by everyone who had heard Mr. Sakkas previously. Dedicated Saturday night to the memory of Dr. Umbeck, the choice seemed hauntingly relevant. Mr. Sakkas' voice is a magnificent instrument, capable of a wide range of tone color. At the same time the message is presented with clarity, power and depth of intensity. With fine orchestral backing, this final portion of the concert was a moving tribute. It was a presentation worthy of both the composer and the memory of the man to whom it was dedicated. It's been a fine symphony series this year. One no longer thinks "It was a fine concert for a community this size" but simply, "It was a fine concert." We'll be looking forward to the 1973-74 season. —By Mrs. William Yaw 2L#? 3nstJL ec^ent Mrs. Jess S. Smith was elected and installed as regent of Rebecca Parke Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution at a meeting Saturday in the Chapter House on North Chambers Street. Mrs. Smith succeeds Mrs. John Wilson Bailey, who has served as regent the past two years. Mrs. A. L. Carrier presented a DAR pin to the new regent. Also installed in this year's slate by the installing officer, Mrs. Errol M. Clark, were Mrs. A. D. Stivers, first vice regent; Mrs. Bailey, second vice regent; Mrs. A. W. Young, chaplain; Mrs. Bernadine Douglass, recording secretary; Mrs. Lyle Johnson, corresponding secretary; Miss Marjorie Main, treasurer; Mrs. Leland Smith, registrar; Mrs. Roy McGaan, historian, and Mrs. Mack Glass, librarian. At the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Young, Mrs. Douglass, Mrs. H. W. Collinson, and Mrs. Edwin W. Morris participated in the opening ceremonies. Mrs. Carlisle Smith and Mrs. Bailey, delegates, reported on the Continental Congress in Washington, D. C. which \hey recently attended. Miss Caroline W. Bailey and Mrs. John R. Mcreland attended as alternates. THERESA'S BEAUTY SHOP SHAMPOO and 5Q 672 N. ACADEMY ST. Appointments Only 343-8304 Members toured . the White House and were received by Mrs. Richard M. Nixon. Memorial services were conducted for Mrs. Pansy Dunn Waterman and Mrs. Frank C. Potter by Mrs. Young, Mrs. Morris and Mrs. Carlisle Smith. The chapter has received a citation for participation and con ttibution to the President Gen eral's special Bicentennial Project — for its gift for the res tor ation of the gardens and grounds at the Governor Duncan Mansion in Jacksonville. State essay winners were announced by Mrs. Alma Fox. Judi Gcrilyn Poettgen, 6th grade of the Katherine Nielson Middle School won second prize in the Siate DAR American History Essay Contest. Winners of third prize in the state contest were Cynthia Lynn Conlon, 8th grade of Lombard Junior High, Julie Ann Lundeen, 5th grade of Lincoln Middle School and Marcy Youngren, 7th grade of Costa Catholic School. Mrs. Walter L. Johnson, senior president of the General Henry Knox Society of the Children of Miss Barbara CoUmru ... The Trinity Lutheran Church was the scene Saturday of the wedding of Miss Barbara J. Col' burn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl I. Colburn, 1289 N. Kellogg St., and Vern F. Jackson, son of Mrs. Louise Jackson, 2126 Fillmore St., Davenport, Iowa. Vows were pledged at 7 p.m. as Rev. Constant R. Johnson read the double ring ceremony fcr the couple. Best man was Donald Dehner, McGregor, Minn., the bridegroom's brother- in-law. Groomsmen were Ron Doofe, Davenport, Iowa, and Tom Jackson, Davenport, the bridegroom's brother. As guests were seated by Donald Colburn, Ft. Gordon, Ga., the bride's brother, and James Ahlman, Hoffman Estates, preludes were played by Miss Myrna Andersen, organist, and Miss Mary Jackson, Davenport, saxophonist. Soloist was Clair Colburn, Woodhull, the bride's uncle. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a chiffon over satin empire gown fash-, ioned with full bishop sleeves of crystal pleated chiffon adorned by white Venice lace circling the high pleated collar, yoke, and ruffles at the wrists. The softly gathered skirt fell into a chapel length train. Her three tiered illusion veils were caught to a Juliet cap appli- qued in Venice lace. She carried a cascade arrangement of white Snowsong roses centered with a white orchid. Miss Colburn a.'so carried a handkerchief carried by her mother and grandmother. Attendants Miss Jo Anne Colburn was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathryn Larson, Rockford, and Mrs. Ahlman, Hoffman Estates. The honor attendant wore a blue organza gown and had a head- Mr. and Mrs. Vern F. Jackson (Miss Barbara Colburn) Miss Sue Casteel • • • Miss Sue Casteel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Casteel, of near Galesburg, and John Chrisman, son of Mrs. Lois Chrisman, 337 Lawndale, Aurora, and the late Jack Chrisman, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth. Rev. Paul Showalter read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1 p.m. As Mrs. Willard Lefort played the organ prelude, guests were seated by the bride's brother, Dick Casteel, Muscatine, Iowa, and C. William Sanders, the bridegroom's cousin, Aurora. Soloists were Gary Hoffman and Miss Paula Bailey. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Casteel was gowned in a white chiffon over satin dress designed by her mother. The dress was fashioned with an empire waistline and gathered full skirt which formed a circular chapel train. Full sleeves' gathered to wide lace cuffs. Scalloped Chantilly lace embroidered with seed pearls trimmed the bodice and Cathedral length Miss Becky Wendlandt band of blue and yellow daisies. She carried a basket of yellow Marguerite daisies and bljue Majestic daisies. The bridesmaids were in yellow organza and also had headbands of blue and yellow daisies. Each carried a basket of blue Marguerite daisies and yellow Majestic daisies. Following the ceremony, a re-j ception was held for the couple Schmitt, Springfield. Serving at the guest book was Mrs. Monty Bolduc, Woodhull, the bride's cousin. After a trip to the Southern States, the newlyweds will reside at 1000 Blythwood Place, Davenport, Iowa. (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. John Chrisman (Miss Sue Casteel) Mrs. Jackson is a graduate of Galesburg High School and Au- gustana College, Rock Island, where she was affiliated with at the church. Serving honors;Sigma Pi Delta Sorority. She is were given Miss Mary Jackson, Davenport, Mrs. Dehner, McGregor, Minn., the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Curtis Swanson and Mrs. Clair Colburn, the bride's aunts, both of Woodhull. Gifts were arranged by Miss Susanne Nugent and Mrs. John employed by Knox County De partment of Public Aid. Her husband is a graduate of Davenport West High School and attended the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, Iowa. He is employed by Canteen Corporation, Moline Miss Clydene Threw ... Wedding vows were exchanged fcy Miss Clydene Ann Threw, Miss Becky Wendlandt, daughter of Mrs. Dolores Wendlandt, 1591 Oriole Dr., and Max Cook, El Monte, Calif., became the bride of Bill Lagerstrom, son of Mrs. Sally Lagerstrom, 798 Pine St., andJPaul Lagerstrom, Quincy, Friday at the Faith United Methodist Church. Rev. Kenneth W. Goodell read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. As Miss Rebecca Kepple, Monmouth, played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Joe Steck and Terry Swigert. Miss Wendlandt, given in marriage by her father, selected a white organza A-line dress with an empire waistline fashioned with a sheer yoke and full long sleeves. Pearled lace appliques trimmed the bodice, sleeves, and detachable train. Her shoulder length veil trimmed in lace was caught to a matching lace headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids with yellow gyp- sophila. Attendants Mrs. Barry McGee was matron of honor, with Miss Diana Wendlandt and Miss Luan Lagerstrom serving as bridesmaids. They wore yellow rayon acetate dresses, matching picture hats trimmed in re-embroidered flowers and ribbons, carried a colonial Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lagerstrom (Miss Becky Wendlandt) the American Revolution, re-land each carried a ported the local C.A.R. received j bouquet of multi-colored minia two trophies at the state con-iture carnations. asked to sign the bride's book L . , , „ , , by Miss Linda Cassini. i tarv Academy and Galesburg After a wedding trip, the'Hign School. He is employed at newlyweds will reside at 746'Burlington Northern Railroad. Day St. • ' ' (Continued on Page 9) NEW CLASSES STARTING When Present Class "GRADUATES" FUN FOR EVERYONE BEGINNERS CLASS ORGAN LESSONS The Easy Way — The Fun Way — To Find Out If You Can Learn to Play # 6 Claw lessons # Practice Time In Our Studios # Lesson Material Just $10 For Complete Course CALL OR COME IN Mrs. Lagerstrom, a graduate Goulding and Warren were Michael ilege) is employed part-time as Tarr, Peoria. Following the ceremony, a re- j ception was held in the House and Garden Room in the Hotel Custer. Serving honors were given Mrs. Jack Cassini, Miss Lori Goulding, Mrs. Ed Smith, Mrs. iGeorgiane Anderson and Mrs. Glen Whetstine. Guests were a bookkeeper at Galesburg Bookkeeping Service. Her husband attended Roosevelt Mlll- MALES' formol wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 30»/342-SfU A!l«r fix. Lord Wast. Palm Register for Free Honeymoon to Lag Vegas 10 West Main It., Oaluburg EAGLES AUXILIARY The Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. Officers meeting will precede at 7:15 p.m. 3 323 E. MAIN PH. 343-6914 /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY Phone 342.3015 208 HILL ARCADE SPECIAL AFTER EASTER PiRMANiNT SPECIALLY PRICED WITH SHAMPOO - SET PiRMANiNT SPECIALLY PRICED WITH SHAMPOO - SET PiRMANiNT REG. 20.00 WITH SHAMPOO - SET 7.50 8.50 10.00 DEE TAYLOR is Now a Member of Our Staff Appointment Not Always Necessary daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O'Dean Threw, 235 W. Southern Ave., Mesa, Ariz., and Stephen L. Moulton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Moulton, 1839 Clay Drive, on Friday evening. The nuptials were solemnized at 7:30 p.m. at the First United Presbyterian Church as Dr. Kermit Petersen read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Mr. and Mrs. David Ashton served as best man and matron of honor, respectively, while guests were seated by Douglas Moulton. Miss Threw, given in marriage by her father, selected a Juliet styled gown for her wedding. Ivory in shade, the gown was accented with powder blue inserts with blue and Jemon flower ribboned trim, and fashioned with a full length apron of antique ivory lace. For the something old, she wore her great - grandmother's antique gold locket. Miss Threw carried colonial bouquet of Ipng stemmed blue, yellow and ivory roses, with gypsophila and velvet streamer accent. Her headpiece was of blue and yellow roses, with gypsophila accent. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception at the home of the bridegroom's parents, 1839 Clay Dr. After a wedding trip and May Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Moulton (Miss Clydene Threw) at 15, the couple will reside 1121 Hawkinson Ave. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Moulton, who is employed at Shotts Market, is a student at Carl Sandburg College. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Midwest Barber College, Pe- icria, is employed at Gale Products. He's completed a two year tour of duty with the Army. READ THE WANT ADS/! DRY CLEANING OFFER GOOD THIS., MAY 15 THRU SAT., MAY 19 GARMENTS Sorry . . . No Formats or Suedes Pleats Extra NO LIMIT — CASH & CARRY Beautifully Cleaned The CLEANERS DRIVI-IN SERVICI 262 N. Proiri. St.

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