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May 19, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 3

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Woman's World Today... future derided • • • The engagement of Miss Betty Ini Beinlich to Thomas Ardell Zarske, son of Mrs. Carol E. Zarske, 257 Highland Ave., is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Beinlich, 1431 Sanders Road, Northbrook. The bride-elect is a graduate of Glenbrook North High School, Northbrook, and is a junior at Augustana College, Rock Island. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is a graduating senior at Augustana College, where he will receive his bachelor's degree May 27. He will be teaching history and psychology in the fall. No date has been selected for the wedding. Miss Betty Beinlich Miss Anita Bliss Rev. and Mrs. Vernon R. Bliss, 1909 N. Fourth St., Ankeny, Iowa, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Anita Elizabeth, to James Robert Reinebach, son of Mr., and Mrs. Loyal M. Reinebach, 160 Palli- sade Dr., Bourbonnais. The bride-elect is a graduate of Benson High School, Omaha, Neb., and Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. She has taught the past two years at David Edwards Elementary School in Ames. Her fiance is a graduate of Galesburg High School and Iowa State University. The couple is planning a June 8 wedding. College News Galesburg Reaister>Mail, Goltsburg,Jll. Saturday, May 19, 1973 > Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, has announced that MM students received degrees at commencement exercises May 12. Among them are Thomas Kamerer, 1009 Monroe St.; Thomas Selander, 8$ Madison St., and Ronald Whitman, tt Division St. Steve Stout, son of Mrs. Katheleen Stout, IMS Indiana Dr., has been named a member of the new Student Assn, Assembly at Illinois State University. Stout is a campus representative from a residence hall. Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa, will award the greatest number of degrees in the history of the college in commencement exercises Sunday at 1 p.m. A record 266 degrees wilt be conferred. Among them are Elizabeth Butts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cycil Butts, 715 Monmouth Blvd., music education, and Jane Wiskirchen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wiskirchen, 994 Beecher Ave., English. Steve Markivee, son of Dr. and Mrs. Carroll R. Markivee, 315 Fair Acres Drive, has been appointed to the Student Union Board at Kansas State College, Pittsburg, Kansas, for 1973-74. Markivee will be president of the board. Charmaine M. Weyrens, 249 Park Lane, is among 3,054 students at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., who are candidates for degrees May 20 and 21. Miss Weyrens' degree will be a bachelor of science in nursing. Alpha Lambda Delta, scholastic honor society for freshmen women at the University of Illi- Footwork With tall tihe exposure with bare sandals for spring and summer, be sure your feet are ready for the uncovering. Start with a complete pedicure and then check out the pastel nail polishes or even deoals for the more daring. j nois, Urb«n*Champaign, has in Mated 345 members. Among them are Krista Gulson, 1096 S. Farnham St., and (Marjorie Phillis, 1060 N. Prairie St. Gary John Watson, 675 North Henderson St., was graduated from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., May 9. Watson's major was science. A total of 1,454 Northern Illinois University, De Kalb students completed degree requirements in January at the end of the 1972-73 year's first semester. Among them are Julia Beth Malone,'527 Franklin Ave.; Thomas Edward Tobin, 1519 N. Broad St.; Ann Louise Worden, 452 E. Third St.; Jeanette Marie Worden, 452 E. Third St.; Thomas Alden Blood, 65 Locust St., and Michael William Pope, 973 Jefferson St. Dan Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCarthy, 959 W. Losey St., a junior at McKendree College, Lebanon, was recently elected president of Phi Rio Xi social fraternity for next year. He is majoring in art and physical education, and is a member of the varsity basketball and baseball teams. He is a pitcher for the Bearcats baseball team and has a 1.3 earned run average. Janet Gustafson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gustaf son, 1734 Indiana Dr., a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma Sorority at the University of Illinois, Champaign - Urbana, has been awarded the "Kappa Friendship Key" by the sorority. The award is presented to the one member who has been the friendliest to the sorority. She was presented the award at the Mother's Weekend May 5. Suanne Kay Murray, Galva, is among 1,454 Northern Illinois University, De Kalb students who completed degree requirements in January at the end of the 1972-73 year's first semester. Kathryn A. Davis, Wood Street, Avon, has received the Randolph P. Hoelscher Award for the junior in general engineering outstanding in scholarship and leadership at the Uni- t • • versity of Illinois, Urbana- Champaign. Miss Davis was among five outstanding students who received awards May 3. Kenneth Duane Kofoid, Alpha, was graduated from Purdue University, West Lafayette, Ind., May 9. Kofoid's major was agriculture. Jacqueline K. Armstrong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Armstrong, Rural Cameron, has been ejected to membership in Toppers, honor society for freshman women at Augustana College, Rock Island. Dean E. Peterson, 224 S. B St., Monmouth, will receive a Ph.D. in chemistry at commencement exercises May 20 and 21 at the University of Kansas, Lawrence Kan. Drake University Des Moines, Iowa, has announced that 900 students received degrees at commencement exercises May 12. Among them are Barbara Chamberlin and Patricia Peregoy, both of Monmouth. Jeanine Burnett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Burnett, Fairview, has been named a member of t h e new Student Assn. Assembly at Illinois State University. Miss Burnett is a campus representative from a residence hall. •yl . Ill I 1 , -J, n Silas Willard Will Hold Carnival At the Silas Willard Ice Cream Social and Carnival Tuesday one of the most popular games will be Pick-a-Pocket game demonstrated here by Becky Chard, left, Christine West and Scott Martin. Barbecues, fiotdogs and baked beans, will be served as an added attraction this year. Serving will begin at 5 and continue to 7:30 p. m. Pictured with the children is Mrs. David West, co- chairwoman with Mrs. Jack Howerter and Mrs. Richard Nystrom for this year's annual event being sponsored by the Parent-Teacher. Assn. Receive Awards Pastel Accents Solid pastels become a rainbow of color when colorful accents are added. Big beads, in lucite or wood, are colorful as necklaces and bracelets that can be matched or contracted with button earrings. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NEWS ON PAGE 7 Open 6 A.M. - 5 P.M. RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS FREMONT AT SEMINARY Phone 343-2191 WE WILL STORE *'OUR FAMILY WOOLENS Two Charge Plans Check With Us. ... C^alendar oj- GIA Grand International Auxiliary to Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers will meet Monday at 9:30 a.m. in the Eagles club rooms. Members are being asked to bring a sack lunch and articles to work on for the June bazaar. The general meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. Coffee will be served at the morning session. BSP Chapter Hears Program On Decoupage Mrs. Russell Tracy Jr. presented a program on "Decoupage" when Rho Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority entertained residents of Moon Towers Thursday at the Moon Towers community room. Mrs. Tracy showed the steps in achieving the finished decoupage product, and displayed bcoks and articles about the subject. Mrs. Ralph Harig conducted the meeting. CLASS OF 1948 Galesburg High School Class of 1948 will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Gene Redington, 567 E. Fremont Sh All class members are invited to attend this planning session for the reunion June 30, Members are asked to turn in their reservations as soon as possible. GET-TOGETHER CLUB Get-Together Club wilj meet Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Geldbrandt, 247 Sumner St. ARMED FORCES CLUB The Armed Forces Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. O.T.'s BEAUTY SALON BALCONY 343-2112 For those who prefer long hair ... a layer shaping . . . a rinse for high-lights , . and a soft perm adds to a beautiful show-offl FASHION SHAPING $3.00 20.00 FROSTING $15.00 BALSAM PLUS PERM 12.50 Use Your Cbarga Account t No Appointment Necessary Plan Open House Hosts for the open house honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gattermeir Sr., 1305 S. Kellogg St., on Sunday will be their children Robert Gattermeir Jr., Champaign, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahl, Paul Gattermeir and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Lovell of Hanover Park. The event will mark the couple's 30th wedding anniversary. The open house will be at the home of their daughter end family, Mr. and Mrs. Dahl, 341 Jefferson St. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 1 to 4 p.m. eetinc^S... PWP Parents Without Partners will have a "Day on the Farm" Sunday. Members are being asked to meet at the Knox County courthouse parking lot at 12:30 p.m. Those attending are being asked to bring one hot and one cold dish, own table service, beverage and lawn chairs. All single parents and their families are invited to attend. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. The birthplace is closed on Monday but is open daily the remainder of the week from 9 a.m. until noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday morning visits may be made by appoinment ARTIST GUILD Artist Guild will meet for its annual dinner and installation of officers Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. GRADUATE NURSES CLUB The Graduate Nurses Club will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Floyd Willetts, 1426 Hollycrest Court. DELTA ZETA ALUMNAE De^ta Zeta Alumnae meeting will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Miss Ann Weinmann, 51 E. Grove St. Mrs. Carl Seiler is the assistant hostess. Miss Mary Reeder Miss Mary Reeder, Miss Karen McKillip and Miss Christine Pogue received awards at the meeting of the Ralph M. Noble Unit 285 American Legion Auxiliary on Thursday at the lodge. Miss Reeder, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D. S. Reeder, 982 N. West St., received the Good Citizenship Award. This annual award is given to a senior for outstanding qualities of citizenship and leadership. During her senior year Miss Reeder has been German club president; member of A cappella Choir, Senior Girls Ensemble, National Honor Society, Interclub Council and Girls Service League. Miss Pogue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pogue, 1488 N. Prairie St., and Miss McKillip, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward McKillip, 1106 N. Academy St., both juniors, will attend Illini Girls State at MacMurray College, Jacksonville, June 12-19. Miss Pogue, sponsored by the Ralph M. Noble Unit, American Legion Auxiliary, is a member Miss Christine Pogue THERESA'S BEAUTY SHOP $2.50 872 N. ACADEMY ST. Appointment! Only 343-1304 fou former students, parents of my friends and relatives, To all my Rio students, students, my co-workers, P.T.A., friends and relatives, to anyone who by his presence, or who contributed to my monetary giit, or who helped in any way to make my retirement recognition such an impressive and long to be remembered one, I say "Thank You." My 16 years in Rio have been the most enjoyable years of my life and I shall cherish the many pleasant memories, the many kindnesses, and kind words extended to me. Miss Karen McKillip of GAA, co-news editor of the Budget, and the National Honor Society. Miss McKillip, sponsored by the Knox County Council American Legion Auxiliary, is a member of the Student Council, Girls Service League, Spanish Club, GAA and the Pep Club. Shows Film To PTA "Children with a learning disability can come from any economic or social background," said Mrs. Pat Jones, a learning disabilities teacher with District No. 205. She was the speaker at the Hitchcock Parent - Teacher Association meeting Thursday evening. Children with a learning disability will have difficulty in co-ordination, perception and abstract thinking, and will often show inappropriate or disruptive behavior, she related. Mrs. Jones used a movie on Learning • Disabilities - as the basis for a discussion with those present on ways of helping children with the so-called "hidden handicap." After the discussion, the following officers for 1973-1974 PTA were installed: Mrs. Kenneth Carter, president; Mrs. Peter Louk, vice president; Mrs. Larry Frakes, secretary; and Mrs. Frank Young, treasurer. Mrs. Raymond Peoples was acting president. Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB The Lake Bracken Women's Bridge Club met Thursday afternoon at the clubhouse. High score was won by Mrs. Russell Watson, second by Mrs. Frank Shank and third, Mrs. Harry Aldus. Hostesses were Mrs. Max Pine, Mrs. Fred Clark and Mrs. Hienie Johnson. Next week's hostesses will be Mrs. Florence Jackson and Mrs. Watson. Wedding Will Be May 26 Miss Jane Marie Murphy and Stanley H. Brock, whose engagement was announced in April, will exchange wedding vows Saturday, May 26. The ceremony will be read at 7:30 p.m. at Cameron Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Miss Murphy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Murphy of Cameron, and her fiance, the son ot Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brock of Litchfield, Minn. Couple Selects Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Ted West, 1521 Beecher Ave., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon M. Keneipp, to Stephen Franklin Munson, 244 North Cedar St., son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Nichols, Monmouth. The wedding will be July 4 at 3:30 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Suit Personality The suit is big news lor spring. But the look is so individual when you add the shirt, sweater or Walter worn underneath *he jacket. White linen suits allow for colorful tops that perk up the outfit when the jacket lis unbuttoned. RUTH ERICSON Exciting Things Are Happening At WOLFSIE'S! WE ARE MOVING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF YARN & ART NEEDLEWORK ACROSS THE STREET TO 332 E. MAIN ST. WE WILL HAVE MORE THAN DOUBLE THE SPACE WE HAVE NOW. IN ORDER TO MAKE OUR MOVE EASIER — FOR ONE WEEK ONLY MAY 21st TO MAY 26th OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF YARN AND ART NEEDLEWORK WILL BE OFFERED AT Our lulor Price 20% OFF - NO LAYAWAYS PLEASE Fabric & Yarn Shop 337 E. Main St. Galesburg, III. GALESBURG Senior High School, Instrumental Music Department SPRING CONCERT Under The Direction of MISS SALLY RYNOTT 3 P.M. SUN., MAY 20 High School Auditorium DELAYED BROADCAST With ROGER DUN and CHUCK GAMBLE 6:05 P.M. Sunday 1590 On Your RADIO DIAL h •4

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