Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 27, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 27, 1963
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m Wedding vows were exchanged by Mis§ Joyce Elaine .Raistan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Owen James Ralston of St. Augustine, attd Raymond M. Sandy, son of Mti and Mrs. Melvin J. Sandy of Milton, Iowa, Sunday attetf* noon. Rev. Milton Grain read the double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock at the Chris-' — ' "— tiah Church' in St. Augustine. Best man was Paul Wells ot Milton, Iowa, and groomsman was John Sandy, also of Milton-, the bridegroom's brother. Guests were seated by Howard ttutiyon and James Carmean of Burlington, Iowa, and James Ralston of St. Augustine, brother of the bride. Music was presented by Miss feonnie Gdr'sline of St. Augustine, pianist, who accompanied Harry Bycroft 'of Smithshire, soloist. Walks With Father Misting about her shoulders was English illusion veiling caught to a crown of tiny seed pearls. bride, givert in m&rriage by her father, carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses and lily-of-the- valley on a Bible. Her gown of taffetand lace was fashioned with a basque bodice, having a sabrina neckline a'nd long sleeves. The bouffant overskirt of taffeta marked by full lade ruffles was caught up with four small matching fabric' roses. Sisters of the bride, Mrs. James Carmean of Burlington, Iowa, and Miss Carl Ralston of St. Augustine, served as matron of hon> or and bridesmaid, respectively. The horibr attendant was in pink The full skirted dresses wteri styled with large bustle type bows with ties in the back. White organza hats with short veils completed their costumes and each carried white carnations with the light pink .or light blue trimming to match their dresses. Recepttott At the reception following ifi the church parlors serving honors were accorded Mrs. Howard Runyon, Burlington, the bridegroom's sister, Miss Jane Wisbey of Burlington, Iowa, and Miss Shirley Tackett of Avon. Miss Betty Kellogg of Winfield, Iowa, was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Kenny DeRenzy of Bushnell, Miss Marcena Reuter of Macomb, and Mrs. Leo Landon of Abingdon. After a short wedding trip the couple will reside at 1217 North 8th St., Burlington, Iowa. Mrs. Sandy, a graduate of Avon High School, attended Minnesota Bible College, Minneapolis, Minn. She is employed at Benner Tea Co., Burlington, Iowa. Mr. Sandy, a graduate of Fofc Valley High School, Milton, Iowa, and Universal Trades School, Omaha, Neb., is employed at Shea- /•!],• • ,v:,,v ' •" i Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Melvin Sandy (Miss Joyce Elaine Ralston) and the bridesmaid in light blue. gren-Hunt Co., Burlington, Iowa. Princtss Posffurepedic ft Lulls you to sleep on a luxury layer of f oam ... Gives the healthful support you need with amazing DUROLIFE* COIL construction. The smart new cover to match this totally new "lullaby touch" Is Pamper-Pink. Button-free top, of course. Full or twin tizt The comfortably firm Standard Posturepedic® $79 .50 J AS PERSON'S 1087 N. HENDERSON ST. Announce Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Ward C. Anderson of Viola announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Z. Anderson, S.N., to Walter Daniel Wise; son of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Wise, 1048 Regis Road, SE, Atlanta, Ga. Wedding vows were spoken Aug. 17 at 10 o'clock in the morning in Whiting Field Chapel, Milton, Fla. Chaplain J.A.S. Fisher, LCDR, USN officiated at the single ring ceremony which was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. and Mrs. R. E. McKnight, Alexis, parents and grandparents of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a lace over satin wedding dress. Her veil was held by a small hat of tulle petals trimmed with pearls. Miss Sandra Volmer, A.A. ot Whiting Field, Milton, Fa., was the bride's only attendant. Serving as best man was Herbert L. Thomas, R.D. 2, also of Whiting Field. The couple are residing at 103 B, Alice St., Milton, Fla. , HONTS REUNION The Honts reunion originally planned for Sept. 8 will be held on Sunday, Sept. 15. Members of the committee will be Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Honts and Mr. and Mi's. Sherman Gilson. pay for checks in advance OPEN A LOW^COST NO ADVANCE PAYMENT CHECKING ACCOUNT VOUft NAMB printed on every check. V No minimum balance required. V No monthly service charge. V Checkbooks free — No advance payment. V Any amount starts an account. V Only d small charge per check used. 100 Years of Continuous Business and Family Banking USE OUR CONVENIENT SOUTH PRAIRIE STREET LOCATION GALESBUI "AN OALESBURt L BANK O. « ILLINOIS MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Qelesbuffl Register-Mail, Gelesbura, I.IK Tuesday Ana, 27. 1963L1 PU Open JL*. MR. AND MRS. ALVA CRAMER (above) of Avon, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at their home. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 1 to 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The Cramers (also pictured below) were mar* ried in Peoria Sept. 17, 1913 by the late Judge Clyde E. Stone, they have lived in the Avon community the past 25 years, formerly living in the Maquon and Rnoxville areas. The couple.have two sons, Wayne L. of Abingdon and Willis Dale (Spud) of Gilson. There are five grandchildren. The couple request no gifts. Mrs. Walter Wise (Miss Mary Z. Anderson) Keeps Them White In hard water, potatoes, cauliflower, white cabbage, celery, and white onions may turn yellow. But a teaspoon of lemon juice, cream of tartar, or white vinegar will keep them white. Yellow vegetables have a knack for keeping their attractive color without help. Ever add a little grated onion to macaroni and cheese? BETHEL SHRINE ICE CREAM SOCIAL- JITNEY SUPPER Corner Eatt Main tc Farnham AUGUST 28, 1963 5:30 till 9 30c About People And Places Mr. and Mrs. Jim Symmonds and son Jamie of Canton, Mo., have returned to their home after visiting his mother, Mrs. rienry Symmonds, 1526 Grand Ave. Mr. Symmonds, who recently received his bachelor of .science degree from Culver-Stockton College at Canton, Mo., will teach English and speech correction at Bell, Mo., when school opens. He was graduated from Galesburg High School with the class of 1956. Mrs. Symmonds also attends Culver-Stockton College. Reese Elliott Wilson ACADEMY OF FINE ARTS Enroll now for CHEERFUL CHERUB MUSICAL KINDERGARTEN Also for Lessons in PIANO - ORGAN VOICE • VIOLIN 343-6795 Receives oma Dipl< Miss Mary Eiteabeth Griffith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elgin Griffith, 15* N. Kellogg St., was graduated oft Sunday from Stl Elizabeth's Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago. Graduation exercises were at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at St. Aloysius Church in Chicago with Rt. Rev. Msgr. William E. Mc- Martus, superintendent of Arch- ddocesan Schools of Chicago, conferring diplomas and pins to the class of 52 members. A reception for relatives and friends followed at the hospital auditorium with faculty members of St. Eli^beth's serving as hosts. Attending the qcremony from the Galesburg area besides Miss Griffith's parents were her sister, Mrs. Forrest Royse Jr. and son Michae> Miss Martha Tobin, Eugene Riith, and Paul Stewart, formerly of Galeabwf. m# at Aurora. Miss .Griffith plall* work at Passavant Hospital to tHc«i». > KKNTfJCRV REUMDW The annual Kentucky Reunion will be Sunday at the Comrmmity Building in Douglas. All Kentuckians find friends ire invited to attend. A pojtluck dinner will be served fit ftoifK find those planning to attend are being asked to bring their own table service. 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