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May 15, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

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8 (SaliSburfl. Rgflis(frr^jj^GoJj|»j^ffl, JJI, Tuesday, Moy 15, 1973 JlndtatL Officer Mrs. Theodore V. Szerlong was installed as president of the Pilot Club of Oalesburg Monday evening at the Holiday Inn. Serving with her will be Mrs. Carl Isaacson, first vice president; Mrs. Loretta Sherman, second vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Scanners, recording secretary; Mrs. Stephen Hendee, corresponding secretary; Mrs. W. C. Allen, treasurer; Mrs. Harry Danielson, Miss Lucille West and Miss Joan Mattson, directors. Mrs. Fred Galey in conducting the installation ceremony, asked the candidates to light a candle and place it at the end of the spokes of a large Pilot wheel. Mrs. Chauncey Brown read the code of ethics and all members joined in song with words written by Mrs. Gay McGill in honor of Mrs. Szerlong. Mrs. C. B. Johnson was at the piano. Miss Joan Mattson presented the President's Pin and gavel to Mrs. Szerlong who in turn pinned the Past President's Pin on Miss Mattson. Mrs. Theodore V. Szerlong ... president At the business meeting pre- ;It was announced that C3llec . ceding the ceremony commit- tl boxeg U1 uu 5e i placed tee chairmen gave final reports| in the downtown financi ^ in . and Mrs. Johnson asked for, stitutions for "Eyeglasses for help with a bake sale on Sun- the Need „ a pro f ect started day, June 10 which will be] y J , sponsored by Positive Attitudes. About People, Places... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waller and their seven-month old daughter have left Galesburg for Anchorage, Alaska, where he will be employed with the federal government as a natural resource planner in the Department of the Interior. Mr. and Mrs. Waller are graduates of Galesburg High School. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Waller, 118 Blaine Ave., and Mrs. Waller is the J former Sonia Bantz, daughter' of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bantz, 1065 N. Cedar St. Mr. Waller recently completed his degree of doctor of philosophy in the field of of natural resource economics at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. The Credit Women International of. Rock Island held a "Bosses Night" Iuau dinner Saturday evening at the Sheraton Motor Inn in Rock Island. The theme was "Love Is Ascending CHAPTER HO Chapter HO of PEO will meet Thursday for a 1 p.m. luncheon in the home of Mrs. A. L. Thompson, 827 Florence Ave. VESTA REBEKAH LODGE Vesta Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Eagles Lodge Room. District 11 officers will be entertained. CHAPTER AN Chapter AN of PEO will meet on Thursday for a 1 p.m. luncheon at the home of Mrs. Sam Coffman Jr. of near Gilson. SILVER RlMS MOTORCYCLE CLUB The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis, Lynn Center. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon get-acquainted coffee will be Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the First United Presbyterian Church. A nursery will be provided. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Tom Anderson, 1388 N. Broad St. Couples Exchange Wedding Promises Miss Jane Mangieri ... Nuptial mass for the wedding of Miss Jane Ellen Mangieri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Mangieri, 400 S. Main St., Abingdon, and R. Max Mayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boniface J. Mayer, Naperville, was solemnized Saturday at 10:30 a. m. alt Sacred Heart Catholic| Church, Abingdon. Celebrant of ithe mass and reading the double ring cere- ie was -u>ve is Ascenaing was Rev j n O'Connor Peaks of Challenge, and, min . M im f ifl i m , u i n was hv (Continued on Page 9) t m array. presents f -^rocf Sorobib (juedt 2)a^ iram Jor Songs from Appalachia reflecting the world of the mountain people were sung by Mrs. Robert Murray, who presented the program for the Sorosis May breakfast. The traditional guest day event was Monday at Holiday Inn. A lullaby, with guitar accompaniment was followed by "Cripple Creek," a song from North Carolina, sung with autoharp accompaniment. Mrs. Murray, in a red and yellow calico dress, accompanied herself for the program. Interspersed with comments about the people, the topography and bits of philosophy, Mrs. Murray through her music and narration "drew a word picture of the people of Appalachia, the area where she grew up." Selections, included "Whistle, Daughter, Whistle," "Hiccup Song," a ballad from Cookville, Tenn.; a number "True Love" from Madison City, N. C; a ballad, "Who Will Shoe Your Feet"; the familiar, "Barbara Allen," a number, "Jamie Douglas" and in conclusion a south- err spiritual, 'This Little Light of Mine." Introduce Officers Mrs. David Swanson, president, introduced the retiring officers and the newly elected officers for 1973-74. Serving this year were Mrs. Swanson, who presided at the May breakfast; Mrs. Brooke Stotts, vice president; Miss Sylvia Ryin, recording secretary; Mrs. C. S. Haney, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert Mariner, treasurer; Mrs. G. N. McElhinney, historian. Officers for 1973-74 are Mrs. Kent Kleinkauf, president; Mrs. John Erickson, vice president; Miss Sylvia Ryin, recording secretary; Mrs.' Benton Allen, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. L. A. Cash, treasurer; Mrs. Kent Kleinkauf . . . president Mrs. G. N. McElhinney, historian. Individual petunia plants, favors, filled the lavendar net wrapped wicker baskets centering the tables. Ribbons in shades of lavendar completed the centerpiece. Theme for this year's programs was Sorosis Sampler. Mrs. S. G. Hawthorne, chairman, and Miss Ryin, co-chairman, Miss Virginia Hinchliff, Mrs. John Dahlberg, Mrs. Cash, Mrs. McElhinney, Mrs. W. W. Sherwood and Mrs. Robert Shaw formed the committee in charge of the annual event. By Isabelle E. Buncher the the speaker was Rabbi Mordecai M. Levy of the Tri-City Jewish Center. Those attending from Galesburg were Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Main, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Naugle, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Arnold, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sundberg, Mrs. Chris Poole, Chuck Boydstun, Mrs. Donna Chaney, Herb Ollig, Mrs. Dorothy Holland, Mrs. Catherine Vi tale, Mrs. Esther Sheldon, Mrs Pat Woods, Mrs. Edna Mae Pet tifurd, Mrs. T. J. Brooks and Mrs. George Kennedy. Scholarship Winner Named By ADK Chapter Miss Mary White, an Abingdon High School senior, is the Alpha Delta Kappa, Upsilon Chapter, scholarship recipient for 1973-74. She and her mother Mrs. John White, of near Abingdon, were honored at a special brunch at the Holiday Inn Saturday morning. Miss White will be attending Illinois State University in the fal\ and will major in special education. Also honored at the brunch were three pledges, Mrs. Fred Gerth, Mrs. Darrell Black and Mrs. David McBride. Following the breakfast, Mrs. William Kalin, chapter president, conducted the business meeting. Reports were given on the ADK state convention held recently in Chicago. It was announced that Mrs. Paul Clement, a teacher at Lincoln Middle School would be re tiring and moving to Oklahoma The hostesses, Miss Grace Olson, chairmanrand her com mittee Miss .Mabel Woolsey, Mrs. Ronald Nicely, and Miss Virginia Gustafson, arranged floral decorations of potted pe tunias on each table for guests to take home. organza and carried cascade bouquets of pink elegance miniature carnations. Best roan was David Yung, Hunt Nuptial music was by River m NJ Groomsmen Mrs. Floyd Tubbs, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her faitoher, was in her mother's wedding gown of ivory de- lustered satin, fashioned with a high rounded neckline edged in seed pearls, sheer yoke aSbaeh- ed to an o^f-sCnouldeir bodice and long fitted sleeves, with pointed wriste aocnted with buttons. The attached tain flowed from the slightly gathered skirt into a cafchedrad sweep. Her cathedral length veil of imported silk illusion was caught to a pearied Julie' headpiece. Miss Mangieri carried a cascade bouquet of miniature ivory earoaitiions, stephandis and lemon leaves. For her "something old," ithe bride wore her maternal grand- moiilher's pead earring's. Attendants Miss Monica Mangieri was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Christine Mangieri, ithe bride's sister, and Miss Deanrte Kisler. Flower girl was the bride's sister, Nancy Mangieri were Michael Mayer and Edward Doyle Jr., both of Naperville. Ushers were Rex Roehl, Appleton, Wis., and Doug Swartz, Schenectady, N.Y. The bride's brother, Mark Mangieri, was ringbearer. Acolytes were Pete KjeUander and John Beardsley. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at Harbor Lights Supper dub. Miss Gina Schaad, Miss Rose Marie Mangieri, Miss Susan Neagle, Miss Margie La- Sanke and Mrs. Max Thurman assisted with ithe serving and gilts. Mrs. Tom Peck was at 'the guest book. After a wedding trip to San Francisco, Calif., the newlyweds will reside in Bensenville. Mrs. Mayer is a graduate of Costa High School, attended Carl Sandburg Junior College, is a graduate of Patricia Stevens Career School, Chicago, and a graduate of American Airlines Stewardess College in Fort Worth, Texas. She is a stew- eetin^A... HENDERSON GROVE PTA The Henderson Grove Parent* Teacher Association will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the gym. Officers will be installed and the program Drill be presented by the kindergarten They wore dresses of lilac ardess for American Airlines Mr. and Mrs. R. Max Mayer (Miss Jane Mangieri) and is based ait Chicago's O'Hare Field. Her husband is a graduate of Niaparville Central High School and Che Illinois Institute of Technology where he was affiliated wilih Theta Xi Fraternity. He is an electrical engineer and is employed by lifhe Du Kane Coup., St. Charles. Association Meets The Association of the Uni versalist Women met Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Hartman, 242 Hawkinson Avenue. Mrs. Irene Adcock, president, conducted the business meeting. A Chinese auction was held. Refreshments were served by the hostess. HENREDON UPHOLSTERY at 20% OFF Stock pieces and all special orders now at 20% reductions means money in your pocket, while you're adding handsomely designed furniture of the very best quality to your home. Choose from styles designed to live with, in covers to enhance and wear well. Doesn't this sound like a fine investment? Miss Marilyn Gaskill . . . The First Lutheran Church in Monmouth was the scene of the wedding ceremony of Miss Marilyn Kay Gaskill and Dennis Lee Simpson, Saturday. Rev. Gerald L. Youngquist officiated at the double ring ceremony at 7 p. m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Omar Gaskill of 74? East Sixth Avenue, and Mr. and was the same Bible carried and Mrs. Duane A. Simpson of by her mother at her wedding. 922 West Archer Avenue, both of At the reception which fol- Monmouth. lowed in the parlors of the Preceding the ceremony, can- church, guests were registered dies were lighted by Michael by Miss Patsy McBroom and Haase and Tony Haase, cousins Miss Leanne McBroom of Chen- of the bride, and guests were oa, cousins of the bride. Sisters seated by Larry Gaskill, David of the bridegroom, Miss Sharon Fisher, Gordon Haase, Tom Mil- Simpson and Mrs. Joe Louck, ler, and Omar Gaskill Jr., an cousins of the bride, Miss Ter- honorary usher. esa Haase and Miss Linda Gas- Musicians were Mrs. David M\l of Decatur, and Mrs. Dave Meadows, a cousin of the bride, Fisher shared serving honors, and Mrs. E. J. DiGeorgio. Oifts were displayed by Miss Reg Kunzeman of Pittsfield, Joyce Starkey and Miss Mary was best man and groomsmen Hogue. were Bob Winters and Junior After Ma Y 15, the couple will Simpson, a brother of the bride- reside at 313 East Broadway, groom. Monmouth. W FERRIS FURNITURE 465 Mulberry By The Old Locomotive Ph. 343-2184 Open 9 to 5, Friday until 9 pm Extended Payments Master Charge Convenient Parking LAST 5 DAYS HURRY Yea! The bride's twin sister, Miss The Dri de, a graduate of Mon- Carolyn Gaskill of Normal, mouth Hi S h School, is employed . , 0 „ M - A „ F L„„., __J at Patton Seed and Hardware, acted as maid of honor, and ^ her husband> who Miss Gloria Gaskill, another was graduated from Gem city sister, and Miss Nancy Kuhn- Business College in Quincy, is key, a cousin, served as brides- employed in the accounting de- maid and junior bridesmaid. par tment at Wilson and Com- Identically gowned, except for pany , He is a graduate 0 f M on- color, each attendant carried a moutn Hign school, leng-stemmed white rose with pastel - colored streamers to match her dress. Miss Carolyn Gc .skill was in a blue dotted swiss dress. Her headpiece was circlet of dotted Swiss, trimmed in galoon lace, accented by a bow with a pearl. Miss Glcria Gaskill was in pink, and Miss Kuhnkey in yellow. Erenda Haase was flower girl, and Mark Haase of Macomb, a cousin, carried the rings. Given in marriage by her parents the bride chose for her wedding a gown of candle-light satin, styled with a high standup collar, and an empire waist with white reembroidered ga­ loon lace down the entire front of the gown. Her detachable long train of candle-light satin was trimmed in the same lace, and was attached at the empire waist. Her waist-length veil of illusion was trimmed in galoon lace and sequins. The bridal gown, and those of the attendants, were made by Mrs. George Gaski'J Sr., a grandmother of the bride. The bride carried a white Bible, topped by a cascade bouquet of pink miniature roses and gardenias, KCCA Knox County Coordinating Association for Older Americans will meet at Moon Towers Community Room Wednesday at 10 a.m. Ail interested persons of the county are welcome. WRC Members of the James T. Shields Woman's Relief Corps 121 Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic will meet for an all-day sewing Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs. Ava Schneider, 534 N. Broad St. Lunch will be served at 12 noon. Cards will be played in the afternoon. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is "New Graphics." The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Hostesses are Miss Dorothea Richardson and Mrs. J. H. Gorman. MOTHER BICKERDYKE HISTORICAL SOCIETY The Mother Bickerdyke Historical Society will meet at Lincoln School Thursday at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in becoming a member is cordially invited. MOTHERS AND FRIENDS OF RETARDED CLUB The Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club meeting has been postponed until Thursday, May 24. PHYLLIS WHEATLEY CLUB The Phyllis Wheatley Club will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Aca Cropp, 722 W. Knox St. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH CONFIRMATION CLASSES The annual reunion of confirmation classes 50 years or over of the First Lutheran Church will be Sunday after the 11 a.m. services. A dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. at the church. Reservations must be made by Thursday with either the class representative or church office. KCHEA The Knox County Home Extension Association Local Leader Training School on "Selection and Care of Mattresses" will be given Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the Leath Furniture Store. Glenn Farmer will conduct the training school. GLEANERS CIRCLE The Gleaners Circle of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Florence Geldbrandt, 247 Sumner St., Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The speaker will be Armon Van Hesley, whose topic is "What the People in a County in Mississippi Are Doing to Help." . PJ ATHLETES Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Simpson (Miss Marilyn Gaskill) Knee and Ankle BANDAGES. Athletic Supportert CLARK DRUG 1440 N. Henderson 342-4169 SPECIAL Leslie's WEDNESDAY ONLY MISSY DRESSES 25 % off SIZES 8-20 149 E. MAIN ST. LAYAWAY CASH CHARGE BUDGET i •1

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