Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 14, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, May 14, 1973
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Trinity Church Scene of Wedding The Ttinity Lutheran i Church was the scene of the wedding for M i, s iftS2^ 4? 1 ; B i ,,,p *» ii u l hter 6i **f. and Mrs, Gene courtright, 2Bt S. Pejrl St., and Robert Clay Jr., St of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clay, 741E, Berrien St., an April 27, at 1 p. m. Rev. Constant Johnwft read the double ring ceremony for the couple. John Hallam was best man, and Mike England. Steve Billups of Abingdon and Don Billups ushers. Miss Cindy Brinton was maid of honor for the wedding, followed by a reception at the church. Miss Billups, given in marriage by her father, selected an ivory crepe wedding gown, with lace and pearl trim, designed and fashioned by her mother. Veiling was caught to a Camelot cap, trimmed With seed pearls. Miss Billups carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, stephanotis and gypsoph- ila with touches of greenery. After a wadding trip to Chicago, the couple reside at 257 S. Pearl. Mrs. Clay Jr. attends Galesburg High School, where her husband was graduated. Mr. Clay Jr, is employed at United Facilities. . It YOUR WATCH Running Out of Time , LET US GIVE YOUR WATCH ' A NEW LEASE ON LIFEI With This Ad Only $795 Complete AU Work OuuuitMd lor 1 YtU This Includes: • Cleaning • Oiling * Timing 9 Regulating FAST SERVICE Hutiy movamonii. Chronographs and Automatics •xcapted. OTHER FRANK JEWELERS SERVICES • Paarla rasxrung, diamond •ailing, engraving, sUva* ra- plaling, ramounttng. , Mon. & Fri. Nites • Til 9 P.M. Phona 943-1412 341 EAST MAIN IT. Concert Will Be Tuesday The Spring Concert of the Vocal music department of Galesburg High on Tuesday at 8 p.m., will feature music of all ages for all ages. Three hundred students will perform in choirs and ensembles with their directors, Roland 0. Hegg and Mrs. Ronald Graf- iouliere. The repertoire includes the classics, world folk music, pop tunes and Broadway hits. Accompanists for the concert arc Polly Purcell, Kay Fineran, Connie Chadwick, Beverly Holmes, Sara Bronson, LaDonna DePrenger and Judi Flater. Rex Gulson and Brian Stegall will assist on guitar and drums respectively. Tickets are available from choir members or. at the door. Who Has The Most SMOCKS LESLIE'S 5j^Q- Yea! LESLIE'S Social Calendar JAY -CEITM The Jay-C-Ette meeting will be Tuesday at 0 p.m. in the home of Mrs. James Wilson, 405 Lawrence Ave. Election of officers will be held. Mrs. Neal Anderson will be co-hostess. TUESDAY MORNING CIRCLE The Tuesday Morning Circle of the First United Presbyterian Church will meet at the church on Tuesday at 9:15 a.m. The program will be given by Mrs. Robert Stoerzbach. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers Afternoon Bridge will meet Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. in the community room of the Home Savings & Loan Assn. There is a small charge. For reservations members are asked to call Mrs. Don Levin, 835 N. Kellogg St. or Mrs. LaClare Sloan, 214 Fulton St. SWEET ADELINES Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Katherine Nielson Middle School. LWML The Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Mount Calvary Church will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the church. Devotion and topic will be given by Mrs. Erwin Moeller. Hostesses for the evening wiV be Mrs. Perry Paddock and Mrs. Ralph Mason. MOOSEHAVEN COMMITTEE The Moosehaven Committee will have a secret pal revealing meeting at the home of Mrs. Dorothy Foster, 1120 McCiUre St., on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. A potluck lunch will be served which was announced by the Moosehaven Committee chairman, Mrs. Lillian A. Hanson. Unusual Offer during May only Even if your trip is months away buy from us in May and save up to $48! First National City Travelers Checks Up to $5000 worth for a fee of just $2 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION i EAST MAIN STREET PHONE US414S About People, Places... Capt. fiddle Havens, son of Mrs. Pauline Havens, 813 E. Fourth St., was graduated from Upper Iowa College, Fayette, Iowa, at ceremonies on Sunday. Attending were his mother, and his wife, Diane. Capt. Havens will enter the University of Iowa law school in the fall. During the summer he'll be stationed at Ft. Sheridan. Mrs. Lois Gray, Monrovia, Calif., and former Galesburg resident, is the Monrovia Residential Hope Chest chairman of the Multiple Sclerosis drive which began Mother's Day. Mrs. Gray is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Lindberg, who formerly lived at Lake Bracken. She is afflicted with MS, and took on the job as chairman because "nobody knows about MS." She hopes to recruit a volunteer corps of teen-agers and adults for the 1973 Hope Chest campaign, which closes June 17. Volunteer donations is the only source of research funding. Two Galesburg youths were among the 117 Central Illinois musicians playing in the final concert of the Central Illinois Youth Symphony and Prep Orchestra Sunday at 3 p.m. in Richwoods High School audi torium in Peoria. Jay Mellentin, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Mellentin, 3320 Morningside, played in the CIYS. Jinia Hanlon, daughter of Mrs. William G. Hanlon, 1796 N. Broad St., appeared with the Prep Orchestra. Youth in the youth orchestra are aged 12 through 20; youth in training for the CIYS are members of the Prep group. MigsCasteel- (Conttnued From Page 8) Galesburg Register-Moil, Gotesburg, Mondoy, Moy 14, 1973 9-> mantilla veil which was caught to a deml-cap of lace, sequins and pearls. She carried a bouquet of white Sweetheart roses, lily-of-the-valley, pompons and gypsophila accented with ivy and ribbon streamers. Attendants Miss Kathy Casteel was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Brian Carson, Aurora and Mrs. Wayne Hannam, Monmouth. They wore gowns of white and green rose print, and nylon braid hats trimmed with crocheted lace. Each carried a single green long stemmed rose trimmed with white ribbon streamers. Best man was Stanley Parks, Aurora, Groomsmen were Brian Carson and Phil Henke, both of Aurora. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at American Legion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casteel, the bride's brother and sister-in- law, were the host couple. Gifts were arranged by Miss Kathy Fogarty and Mrs. C. William Sanders, Aurora. Serving honors were accorded Miss Diane Day, the bridegroom's niece, Aurora; Mrs. Jim Johnson, Dixon; Mrs. John Damewood, Kirkwood, and Mrs. Stanley Parks, Aurora. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Harriet Casteel. After a wedding trip to St. Johns in the Virgin Islands, the newlyweds will reside in Aurora. Mrs. Chrisman, a graduate of Galesburg High School and the Illinois State University, is a substitute teacher in the Fox Valley Schools. Her husband, a graduate of West Aurora Senior High School and Illinois State University, is employed at Gen eral Mills in West Chicago. Knox Senior Plans Recital Knox College soprano Rebecca Burling of Carthage, will give her senior voice recital Sunday at 2 p.m. in Kresge Recital [Hall of the Knox Center for the Fine'Arts. The recital is open to the [public. No tickets are required. Included on Miss Burling 's program are: "Ei! wie schmeckt der Kaffee sussee," from "Coffee Cantata" by Bach; "Neue Liebe," "Bei der Weige," and "Des Madchens Klage," by [Mendelssohn; "Meine Lieder," and "Meine Liebe ist grun," by jiBrahms; "Chi sa, chi sa, qual sia," k. 582, by Mozart; "Depuis le jour," from "Louise," by Charpentier; and "Nightingale," tion conducted the business ["Christmas Carol," "Silver meating at the conclave on Sat-Swan," and "Alleluia," by urday morning, April 7. jRorem. Miss Patricia Wolz of Desl Miss Burling will be assisted Moines, 'Iowa, was elected dele-»y pianist Mrs. Charles Gibbs, Knox associate instructor in rausic, and harpsichordist Dr. Charles Farley, Knox associate professor of music. Delegate Reports To Chapter The Galesburg Alumnae Chapter of Alpha Iota sorority met at the home of Mrs. Leslie Nelson, 1298 E. North St., last week for a potluck dinner and business meeting. Miss Loraine Kling, president conducted (the meeting. A report on the Conclave of the Midwest International Association of Alpha Iota sorority held at Pheasant Run, St. Charles, April 6-7, was made by the delegate, Miss Kling. Six local members attended. Mrs. June Hartley of Galesburg, president of the associa gate for the association to the National Convention in San Diego, Calif., July 6-8. The local chapter's Historians Book won first place in the Alumnae Division ait ifoe Conclave. On Saturday evening, April 7 the dinner-theaibre was held in the Pheasant Run Playhouse where Pat Paulson starred in tiie play "The Last of the Red Hot Lovers." On Sunday morning a buffet brunch was served. The speaker was Jay Childs, manager of Business Affairs at WMAQ-TV, Chicago. 'Mrs, Leslie Nelson was assisted by Mrs. James Leffingwell. DAR- (Continued From Page 8) Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Women's Bridge Club met Thursday afternoon at the clubhouse. High score was won by Mrs. Kenneth Lane, second by Mrs. Fred Clark and third by Mrs. Harold Lashbrook. Hostesses were Mrs. L. E. lacoby and Mrs. George Culver. Next week's hostesses for the potluck luncheon at 12:30 p.m. preceding the bridge play, will be Mrs. Clark, Mrs. Max Pine and Mrs. Hienie Johnson. vention in Geneseo for being the most outstanding C.A.R. in Illinois and membership. They received a Gold Merit Award from National C.A.R. for their outstanding program. Mrs. Bailey paid honor to a member, Miss Dorothy Dunn, a teacher in Rock Island, for re ceiving the Valley Forge Teach ers Medal at Bishop Hill recently. Mrs. Bailey was accorded hon ors at a flower centered tea tab\e. CO-hostesses were Mrs. Frank Sutor and Mrs. Henry Marshall assisted by Miss Myrle Bates, Mrs. H. M. Haines and Miss Blanche Holmes. FRASER'S* stainless 18/8 Annual Holloware Sale!! Here is your chance to buy famous FRASER'S Stainless Holloware at a big savings. ERASER'S is the famous stainless with the functional design and outstanding durability. $700 / per item Reg. Price Multi Bowl $ 8.50 Gravy Boat/ Ladle 9 .00 Cheese Server/Bell 9 .50 Div. Vegetable Dish 8.50 Salad Servers 11.00 Butter Dish 10.00 $9oc per item $11 00 Re*. Price Serving Tray 12.50 Round Tray 14%" 11.00 Triple Server 11.00 Salad Bowl 12.50 Cov. Vegetable Dish 11.00 Sugar/ Creamer/Tray 13.50 Double Marmalade 13.00 Round Wire Basket Cake Plate/Dome Fruit Bowl Chip 'n Dip per item Keg. Price 14.50 13.00 16.00 14.50 T>p\jl€s QiftS>l\piB STORE HOURS: Open Monday & Friday 9:30 - 9:00 Other Days 'til 5 For Your Convenience Access From the Simmons Street Parking Lot . . . Use Our New Rear Entrance READ THE WANT ADS! Spooner Sams \ Attend Outing I AtDelebarPark \ The first outing of Spooner; Sams Chapter of the Good Sam* Club was held Saturday and' Sunday at Delabar State Park, with 15 units in attendance. , A potluck supper was held on Saturday followed by a business meeting presided over by Bill; Church, president. ; On Sunday each mother was presented with a carnation in! celebration of Mother's Day.; The group also participated in> an ecology project. < Three new members were welcomed into the club. HOME CULTURE CLUB Home Culture Club will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Frank Sutor, 1338 Spruce, with Mrs. Henry Marshall assisting. Mrs. Harold Weaver will be in charge of the program. ADK Chapter Initiates New Members Friday Two new members were welcomed into the Beta Eta Chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa at a Spring Luncheon Friday afternoon at the Holiday Inn. They were Miss Rebecca Williams and Miss Carmen Younger, who were seated at the president's table. The formal initiation ceremony was conducted by Mrs. Gordon Wight, Mrs. C. P. Johnson, Miss Dorothy Schmidt, Mrs. James Erickson and Mrs. Loretta Sherman, president. Tables were decorated with bouquets of spring flowers. The main center floral piece was awarded to Mrs. Sherman. CHAPTER W Chapter W of PEO will meet for luncheon Thursday at 1 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. J. Sparks, 1693, N. Cherry St. Members are requested to call Mrs. G. H. Tucker, 1072 Jefferson St. by Tuesday noon if they are unable to attend. NONPAREIL CHAPTER Nonpareil Chapter 618 Order of Eastern Star will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple for initiation of candidates. A social hour will follow the meeting. NEWCOMERS BOARD Newcomers Board meeting is Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Forrest Barton, 731 E. North St. Give GIVE THE BEST! i 2> NORTH SIDE DRUG 1170 No. Seminary It. 942-1113 WE NEED A MATURE SALES LADY • Good Storting Poy and Commission • Paid Health and Accident Policies • Paid Vacation • 1 Day Off A Week Good Hours 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM APPLY IN PERSON LESLIE'S Experienced Personnel Preferred But Not Necessary. O.T. Johnson Co., Galesburg's Greatest Store Since 18621 SHOP O.T.'s 10 TO 9 MONDAY & FRIDAY OTHER DAYS 10 to 5. NAILED A WINNER! Rivets 'n' rings add a zip of zing to Connie's sliced-out, tied-up sandal. Nailheads are showing up on lotsa' Jeans and even skirts this Spring ... so here's the super sandal to match! All-leather uppers of White, Navy $14.00 COPPO * SHOE SALON O.T .'s STREET FLOOR \

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