Bronson-Ippolito y A/dWs Exchanged Miss Mary Brphsdn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs\ William fc. ftrbnSMi, Paradise Acres, became the bride of Aflgelo Ib- polifo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ippolito, 702 S. Main St., Abingdon, Saturday At St, Aloysius Church, Wataga. Rev. Richard Slavish read the double ring ceretnony for the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. Miss Polly Purcell was the musician. Attendants were Miss Sue Bronson, Dayton, Ohio, maid of honor for hfet sister, and Joel Vaughan, best man, Memphis, Tenn. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at Lake Bracken Country 'club. Serving honors were given Golesburg Register-Moil, Golesburg, Tuasdoy, May 22, 1973 13 GIVE THE BEST! Give %^fStev6ir: NORTH SIDI DRUO 1190 No. lamUiiry It. 342-11IS Mrs. Robert Powers, MisS Sara Bronson, both sisters of the bride; Miss Madelyn Ippol,ito, Miss Rose Ippolito, both sisters of the bridegroom; Miss Marcia Vitalie and Miss Theresa Schneider. The newly weds will reside at 912 N. Kellogg St. after a trip to Nassau. Mrs. Ippolito is a graduate of Galesburg High School. She attended College of St. Francis, Joljet, and graduated from Carl Sandburg College. She is employed by Gunther Cpnstruction Company in the data processing department. Her husband is a graduate of Costa High School and attended Christian Brothers College, Memphis, Tenn. He is employed by Burlington Northern Railroad as a clerk. FERRIS FURNITURE Interior Design SERVICE FURNITURE LAMPS BEDSPREADS WALLPAPER FABRICS PICTURES CRYSTAL KIRSCH RODS DRAPERIES CARPETING PILLOWS ACCESSORIES MATTRESSES • SUMMER FURN. BARCALOUNGER MIRRORS The perfect 'end result' for an exciting home can be achieved by careful planning. Intriguing variety for a new home, a single room or just a simpl,e piece to compliment your personality can be yours thru our designer service at no extra charge. Such famous names as Henredon, Drexel, Heritage, Pennsylvania House, Stiffel, Nerrle Creed, Woodard and many others are at our fingertips and interior correlation is our business. We're happy to come into your home with samples and ideas; phone 343-2184. FERRIS FURNITURE 465 Mulberry Phone 343-2184 Convenient Parking Open 9 to 5 Fri. 'til 9 PM Extended Payments Master Charge Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Ippolito (Miss Mary Bronson) African Safari Program Topic An African Safari to East Africa was the topic of Mrs. John Ankersen's illustrated talk before members of Meletomen Club at its annual banquet Saturday evening at the Sheraton Motor Inn. The African film was the concluding program in the series, which has covered the cultural and historical aspects of the continent. Some of the areas shown were Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Johannesburg, Rhodesia and Victoria Falls. Tables were decorated in an African motif, and programs were designed in the shape of the continent and featured the various African animals. Those assisting with the program were Miss Lillian Ryin, Miss Inez Cofield, Miss Pearl Emstrom, retiring president, and Miss Virginia Hinchliff, incoming president. The banquet committee was comprised of Mrs. Jeanette 01 son, chairman, Miss Cofield; Miss L. Ryin and Miss Sylvia Ryin. B'NAI B'RITH AND MOTHER BICKERDYKE HISTORICAL SOCIETY B'nai B'rith and the Mother Bickerdyke Historical Society will sponsor a special Memorial Day program about Galesburg Civil War history Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the House and Garden Room of the Hotel Custer. The public is invited; there is no admission charge. WEDNESDAY SURPRISE Each Wednesday, Wolfsie's will' pick one fashion item from their own stock and reduce it in price for One Day Only. The item we pick will be a current up to date fashion fabWc or notion item, not a close out or any out of season merchandise. Be sure to see Tuesday nights paper to find out what "Wolfsie's Wednesday Surprise" will be. Wednesday Only! May 23 White Polyester Double Knits 60" WIDE for Slocks Dresses Vest Fabric & Yarn Shop 331-337 E. Main — Galesburg Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jespersen, 3191 Lincoln Park Drive, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary With an open house Saturday, May 26 from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Grace Lutheran Church in Lincoln, Neb. The couple was married there June 5, 1948 by Dr. Lesher. Hosts for the event will be the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jespersen, Lincoln, Neb., Kevin Jespersen, Lincoln, Neb., and Jill and Jean at home. Mr. and Mrs. Jespersen Will tour Europe in Celebration of their anniversary. Reception Will Be Sunday For Gordon Hirst A reception will be held Sunday afternoon for Gordon Hirst, principal of Gale Middle School, who is retiring this year after spending 44 years in education. The public is invited to attend | the reception from 2 to 4 p.m. at the school. The Gale Parent I Teachers Assn. is the sponsor. Eye Enlarger U eyebrows are thick end produce a dosing-in effect Cor the eyes, itweeze (the brows underneath Ito give more space between itihe brawis and eyes making the eyes appear larger. Slimmer Caftan The casual caftan is a nice something to slip over a bathing suit, or wear into town, the shape of this summer's caftan has slimmed down from last year's version. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Cowser, Laura, will observe their golden wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Princeville. Friends and relatives are invited to call between the hours of 2 and 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Cowser were married May 31, 1923 in Peoria. They are the parents of Mrs. Raymond (Phyllis) Gessel, Peoria, and Rodger Cowser, Laura. They have eight grandchildren. Travel Perfect Machine washable shirt dresses are perfect fflor travel. This season's great printts dion'it need ironing so they're quite packable and carefree. * LET 'S OO -k on TUM.. June 19th — Chicago. To tour Sara Lee Bakery and Shop at Woodfield Shopping Mart (Chicago'* newest and largest.) Bus leaves Galesburg at 5 A.M. Reservations due Sat., June 18th. Phone 342-4896 or 342-6715. Air conditioned bus. 131 NO. CHERRY O.T .s BUDGET ANNEX EVERY DAY IS , SALE DAY AT O.T .'s BUDGET ANNEX Music Students Present Recital At Church Students of Mrs. J. U. McBride, 190 Highland Ave., con ducted a recital Sunday at the First United Methodist Church Those participating were Julie Barstow, Patricia Polillo, Renay Johansen, Laura Appel, Beth Clague, Sandra Dalton, Robby White, Becky Hansen, Lisa Bowman, Danny Wester gren, Michelle Luvall, Tina Shumard, Mary White and Melony Shumard. A social hour followed . the meeting. HEA Leaders Attend School Knox County Homemaker Ex tension local leaders attended the training school on Selection and Care of Mattresses. The training school was given by Glenn Farmer at the Leath Furniture Store. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Ivan Miller, Mrs. Edward Bowman and Mrs. Earl Shay. This Iesosn will be presented to HEA Units in June. The annual Unit Officer Training School for HEA Unit officers will be Thursday morning at the Lake Bracken Country Club. This is for all unit chairmen, first vice chairmen, second vice chairmen, secretaries, treasurers, public information officers and 4-H chairmen. Reservations for the breakfast may be made at the Home Economics Extension Office. Nursery Students Present Program The Grace Episcopal Church Nursery School students presented a program Sunday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Michael Bird, teacher, directed the program, assisted by Mrs. John Henning. Mrs. Donald Cox, chairman of the day school, presented certificates ,to the children at the conclusion. Following the presentation, refreshments were served in the school room, where the children's handiwork was dis- p'ayed. Mrs. Thad Rudd and Mrs. Michael Gilson shared serving honors. MOTHERS AND FRIENDS OF THE RETARDED The Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at Sunnyside School, 1646 Moshier Ave. If a piece of glassware becomes nicked, smooth it with a piece of fine sandpaper. MALES' formal wcor "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/34i-5S14 Alter Six. Lord West. Pelm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Mai© s*., GaiMbui?
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