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12 Gqlesburo Redi3ter -Mqil f Golesburg, Tuesday, Moy 22, 1973 Woman's World Today ... Patents nnounce ^Jmllid Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arnold Thomas, Ashton, Idaho, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Briggs, to Russell Stephen Hardine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Z. Hardine, 1744 Maple Ave. Miss Thomas was graduated from Windham College, Putney, Vermont. She is employed by Johnson & Higgins of San Francisco, Calif., as an administrative coordinator. Her fiance was graduated from the University of Denver and is employed by Eastern Becktel Corporation in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. A June wedding is planned in Abu Dhabi. , Miss Susan Thomas Miss Rebecca Brownlee Mr. and Mrs. Brice Brown lee of rural Alexis announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rebecca Nell, to George William Rowley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floren Rowley, of rural Seaton. The couple will be married July 14 at the Belmont Church near Little York. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. PAST NOBLE GRANDS CLUB Past Noble Grands Club will meet at Mrs. Frankie John son's, 449 N. Cherry St., Thurs day at 7 p.m. ALTRUSA CLUB The Altrusa Club will hold a luncheon Thursday at 11:30 a.m. at the Elks Club. Mrs. Jane ^Collier is chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Tucker of Willjamsfield announce the engagement of their daughr ter, Debra, to Michael R. Crum, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Curtis of rural Williamsfield. The bride-elect is a graduate of Williamsfield High School and also attended Carl Sandburg College. She is employed by Illinois Mutual Life and Casualty Company in Peoria. Her fiance, also a graduate of Williamsfield High School, is employed at Caterpillar Tractor Co., in Peoria. An August 25 wedding is being planned at the Williamsfield United Methodist Church at 4 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception which will follow at the Legion Hall in Williamsfield. Miss Debra Tucker Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masden, rural Avon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Robert A. Fornander, son of Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Lyon, 1042 Monroe St. Miss Masden, a graduate of Avon High School, and her fiance, a graduate of Princeton High School, will both graduate in May from Augustana College, Rock Island. A September 2 wedding is being planned. Miss Carol Masden Zinnias Most Liked Flower By SHEILA k ALLAN SWENSON Most popular flower and vegetable in a poll of gardeners across the country have been named First choice, according to sales of seeds, is Giant Cactus Flowered Zinnia among flowers and giant red variety of tomato. Seedsmen from all major companies met this past season at Penn State University. They reported on the popularity of flower and vegetable varieties among their millions of customers. Marigolds had held the lead among flowers for years. But new developments are changing trends. Giant Cactus Flowered Zinnias grow with ease throughout the country. Seeds are easy to handle and grow rapidly when planted directly in the soil. Large Flowers These magnificent large flowers come in a range of colors from white to yellow, orange, pink, red and purple. In addition to showy displays in the garden; zinnias last long as cut flowers in the home. Blooms measure up to five inches across. Tomatoes have been America's favorite vegetable. Gardeners have enjoyed them in many sizes, from giant red to small bite size cherry types. Beeksteak, Big Boy, Whopper, Early Giant and Delicious are newer varieties, a tribute to p\ant breeders who developed better tomatoes. Best Results For best results with these new varieties, select a sunny location with good drainage and; fertile soil. Every home has one spot that can accommodate a few plants. Use a mulch of straw, grass clippings, or chopped leaves to retain moisture and hold down weeds. Staking keeps vines neat, fruit clean and makes picking easier. You can also use hoops of fence wire so that tomatoes will climb upward to save space and get greater exposure to sun, less exposure to disease organisms on the ground. As we prepared our latest book, "Practical Book of Organic Gardening," we interviewed thousands of gardeners. We would like to know more about other gardening efforts around the country and success you've had with flowers and vegetables. What are your favorite flowers and vegetables? What have been the most successful cultivation methods? Drop us a note about your gardening and as space permits we'll add your thoughts into our future columns and books. We're at Windrows Farm, Basking Ridge, N. J. 07920. Bateman Plans Spring Festival Janet Stewart, left, will be in charge of the Make-up Booth and the Spook House at the Bateman Parent-Teacher Assn. Spring Festival Thursday at the school. Barbecue, potato salad and drinks will be served at the festival which is open from 5:30 to 7:30 p. m. Also participating in the evening of fun, food and games is Stacey Hardine, middle, and Willie Parker. Tuscarora Club Holds Annual Picnic Mrs. G. W. Henderson reviewed the book "Rose" by Gail Cameron for members of the Tuscarora Club at its annual picnic luncheon Monday at the home of Mrs. Loren E. Johnston near Altona. The book is the biography of Rose Fitzgerald Kennedy, and chronicles her life as the daughter of the mayor of Boston, wife of an ambassador to England, as well as the only woman in history to see three of her sons elected to the Senate and one of them become president. Her devotion to her church and her belief in God form the central core of her life enabling her to persevere and recover from the many tragedies, Mrs. Henderson concluded. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. Roy E. Lofgren, president. The following officers were elected for 1973-74, Mrs. Jordan E. Gotchef, president; Mrs. Lofgren, vice president; Mrs. F. Paul Johnson, secretary, and Mrs. Charles Farley, treasurer. Mrs. E. M. D. Bracker, an associate member, was honored with a card shower for her 92nd birthday. Mrs. W. A. Pyle was co-host­ ess for the luncheon, which was served from tables centered with bouquets of iris and bridal wreath. About People, Places . . . Mrs. R. G. Olmstead, president of Church Women United, and Mrs. Joseph Gatlin, vice president, attended the annual state assembly of Church Women United of Illinois, May 15-17 at Princeton. Others attending from_ Gales- Miss Judith Kay Guenther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Guenther Sr., of near Oquawka, became the bride of John Robert Zielkie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zielkie Jr., of near Oquawka, on Saturday. Vows were exchanged at the Rozetta Baptist Church at 3 p.m. as Rev. Raymond Fortune read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Terry Albin of Oquawka was best man, Mrs. Franklin B r o w k a, Oquawka, organist, presented the prelude as guests were seated by Robert Bailey of Gladstone, Vern E. Alecock of i Little York and Dale Guenther of Abingdon, uncle of the bride. Soloist was Mrs. Dean Clark of Oquawka. Miss Kathy Adair of Oquawka, maid of honor, carried a bouquet of lavender miniature carnations, white daisies and purple statice with white streamer accent as the complement to her gown of orchid, trimmed with white cotton lace. A white picture hat completed her costume. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Guenther was in a gown of Chantilace trimmed with petite cotton Venice lace at the neckline, empire waist Couple Selects Wedding Date Miss June Arlene Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Peterson, 509 N. Jefferson, Knoxville, and Ronald Wayne Tallon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Tallon, Bloom burg were Mrs. Robert Ryland er, Mrs. Herbert Rosine, Mrs. Keith Peterson, past presidents, Mrs. John Ankersen and Mrs. Edith Close, all committee chairmen for the ensuing year. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Zielkie (Miss Judith Guenther) Miss Judy Rasmussen . . . Miss Judy Rasmussen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rasmussen, Trent, S. D., and Alan Scott, son of Mrs. Mary Scott, 309'S. Timber St., Knoxville, and the late Henry Scott, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at St. Louis Park Assembly of God Church, St. Louis Park, Minn. Wedding Will Be BSP Chapter Installs Officers Mrs. Joel Miller, retiring president of Gamma Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, conducted the candlelight ceremo- ;nX7™"7"j,"" ~" V i n y when members met recent- SEE'JS 1ST 1 W3S 1/ ^ the home of Mrs. Dick lZTiL^Tfn\ h r e S T Barton, 560 Lawrence Ave. lected Saturday for their wed-! The new officers installed are 8 ' . . iMrs. Zolton Verebelyi, presi line and the flounced hemline, to a headpiece of flower petals. Waist length veiling was caught Miss Guenther carried a bou- -'quet of white miniature carnations and lavender daisies. Reception Honors at the reception which followed in the church parlors were shared by Mrs. Dale Guenther of Abingdon, Mrs. Russell Swanson of Galesburg, aunts of the bride, Mrs. James Alecock of Oquawka, Mrs. Gerald Van Tine of Gladstone. Miss Mary Zielkie of Oquawka, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sandra Guenther of (Abingdon, cousin of the bride, Vows will be exchanged at 3 p.m. at the Grace Lutheran Church in Knoxville. All friends and relatives are dent; Mrs. Barton, vice president; Mrs. Greg Kneer, recording secretary; Mrs. Donald Scherzinger, corresponding sec .... — —- — 1 acncrzillgcl , cuiicopuiiuiug invited to attend the ceremony; retarV) am j Mrs. David Wujek, and the reception which will | treasurer, follow at the church. 1 Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson of near Seaton announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Nancy, to Donald Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Miller of LaGrange. Miss Olson and Mr. Miller are both graduates of Western Illinois University, Macomb. Miss Olson is employed as an elementary teacher at St. Collette's School at Rolling Meadows, and Mr. Miller is with Barr-Stalfort Co., Niles. Wedding vows will be spoken Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception following at Meling's. were at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Nancy Pirtle, Miss Patricia Ohler and Miss Elizabeth Guenther, sister of the bride, all of Oquawka. The couple will reside in the Rozetta community after May 24. Both were graduated from Union High School. Mrs. Zielkie is employed at the Bank of Oquawka, and her husband farms with his father. Rev. Don Pfotenhauer and Larry Ballard read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was in a silk organza empire gown fashioned with a V-neckline and sheer long sleeves. Her chapel train was caught to a Camelot headpiece. Miss Rasmussen carried a bouquet of red and white roses. Miss Cynthia Rasmussen was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. John Reine and Miss Elaine Dittman. Flower girls were Doreen Brun and Janet Ulmer, the bride's nieces. Bill Evans was best man. Joe Stantz and John Reine were groomsmen. Ushers were Ray Hudson and Duane Hostetter. Jeff Gardner, the bridegroom's nephew, was ring bearer. After the ceremony a reception was held for the couple in the church parlors. The newlyweds will reside in Minneapolis, Minn, after a j wedding trip to Stowe, Ver- •mont. , Mrs. Scott is a graduate of I Trent High School and is on the staff at Day Star Ministry Center. She is employed at Western Continental Oil Company, Minneapolis. Her husband is a graduate of Knoxville High School and attended North Central Bible School, Naperville. He is affiliated with Day Star Ministry Center and is employed with Photo Control, Crystal, Minn. Wedding Will Be Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Likes, Laura, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Peggy Howard, Dahinda, to Robert Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson, also of Dahinda. . The private ceremcny will be held at the First Methodist Church, Galesburg, Saturday, at 7 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception being held at the Moose Lodge, Galesburg, immediately after the ceremony. Wedding Will Be June 8 Miss Julie A. Gustafson and Richard A. Patch have selected June 8 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7 p.m. at Grace Lutheran Church in Knoxville. All relatives and friends are invited to the ceremony and the reception following at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Gustafson of rural Galesburg and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patch, 591 N. Prairie St. PAST PRESIDENT'S CLUB The Past President's Club of land Harry Frakes the Eagles Auxiliary will meet Official CARL SANDBURG JEWELRY - PENDANTS CHARMS-TIE TACKS & RINGS Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg Mrs. Verebelyi announced cammittee chairmen for 197374. They will be Mrs. Larry Reid and Mrs. Robert Finch, service co-chairmen; Mrs. Merle Anderson, ways and means; Miss Sue Tabb, social; Mrs. Miller, program; Mrs. i William Atwell, publicity; Mrs.j at Grady's Club for a dinner Conan Nordmeyer, secret sis-meeting Thursday at 7 p.m. ters, and Mrs. Barton, v membership. Mrs. Gene Spickler was the narrator for the evening's program, which was the viewing of a program on the Rehabilitation Center and the social service program in the community on Channel 7. Evening's prizes were won by Mrs. Connie Brown, Mrs. Atwel! and Mrs. Barton. Refreshments were served during the social hour by Mrs. Barton assisted by Mrs. Wujek. Society Convenes Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian at the Galesburg Public Library, was the speaker for the May meeting of the Knox County Geneology Society which met recently at Trinity Lutheran Church. Five books had been purchased by the society which were donated to the library. Two books were placed in memoriam for Stevie Jo Pittman Rev. Lewis Root was appointed to the board of directors. Swedoughs SPECIAL Wednesday & Thursday NEED A JOB? CAN'T FIND ONE? Why not take up a professional career in cosmetology so this won't happen to you again. To help you gain this dream we are ottering for the June Class Only, a low tuition cost of ONLY $100.00. For further information on this spectacular offer send resume to: Admissions Office: 136 E. Main, Galesburg, III. Hurryl Offer ends June 2nd. Take A Break From Your Everyday Chores By Stopping At Swedoughs For Coffee & Donuts Swedoughs 5? "DELICIOUS DONUTS BAKED DAILY" Corner The Pantry Corner Broad & Fremont Abingdon Knox & Farnham OPEN 6 AM - 10 PM 7 DAYS A WEEK Coll 342-7517 For Party Orders t

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