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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 15

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 28, 1963
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UNIT¥ LODGE Unity Lodge, 425, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainrtten, will have its annual family picnic at 6 o'clock Thursday evening at the south Lions Smlter at Lake Storey. Meat, coffee and ice cream will be furnished. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring a covered dish of food, their own table service, and bread and butter. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! $30 on famous SLANT-O-MATIC zigzag models during the value-packed SINGER SALEATHON ^^^^^^^^ * [SLANTOMATIC zigzag with jthe exclusive Slant-needle—! gives you zigzag stitching at its easiest, straight stitching at its smoothest. SALE S 99 95 SALE 89 iZIQZAQ 'model by •INOIR Mend.appliqu*. make buttonholes, overcast aaamt-without attachments! YOUNG BUDGET portable/ Simple to operate. Has guide so even beginners can sew straighter seams. SALE S 54 88 SINOER* Full-piwtr CANISTER VACUUM Same power as many at twice the price I Complete with attachments. ECONOMY ttradlit-ttitch vmodd Depend on itforSINGER-smpoth sewing. Has drop-in bobbin. SALE S 242S/| SALE s 29?Ji SINGER* RUfi CLEANER- FLOOR POLISHER Use itto shampoo rugs...scrub, wax, polish floors.. FEATHERWEIGHT combination, m Scrubs Draws up water • Vacuums IAIV TIRMS. LITTLI OR NO DOWN PAVMaTNT. y SINGER SEWING CENTER •A TrKlpnWrk 01 THE SINGER COMPANY ^ ,ttM 111 »ur (Hon! toe* uMM SIME« SEWINCMACHINE CO. Ill E. Moin Street 343-5019 About People And Places. • • Mr. and Mrs. Elmer N. Hallstrom and son Rodney, 938 E. South St., returned Tuesday from a two weeks vacation trip to Lincoln, Neb., where they visited Mrs. Hallstrom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Van Drunen and her two sisters and their families, Mr. and Mrs. John Brown and Rev. and Mrs. Merlin Dana. They attended services at the Christian Church at which the Rev. Mr. Dana, a semi-retired minister, delivered the sermon. En route home they stopped in Pella, Iowa, to visit Mrs. Hallstrom's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Harvey. When their daughter, Bonnie Joan Holmes was graduated from the University of Denver, Colo., the weekend of Aug. 17, Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Holmes, 787 Monroe St., attended the ceremonies. The outdoor exercises were at 10 o'clock Friday morning. Miss Holmes, who received a BA degree in sociology will remain on the university campus to do graduate work this fall. She will reside in University Park Manor, a unit of the university housing. Newlyweds To Reside In Chicago Miss Joyce Burwell, daughter of Mrs. Helen Petty of Henderson and Pat Mathis of Chicago were married at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the Church of God. Rev. Ernest C. Moats officiated at the single ring ceremony. Attending the couple were Mrs. Petty, the bride's mother and Sylvester Ewing of Henderson. The bride selected for her wedding a three piece ensemble in loden green, with white hat and accessories. Later the newlyweds were guests of honor at a reception in the Sylvester Ewing home in Henderson. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Vera Arnold and Miss Annamae Arnold both of Henderson and Miss Juanita Meredith. Mr. and Mrs. Mathis left Saturday evening for Chicago where they will reside. Mrs. Mathis attended Moline High School. The bridegroom, son of Sam Mathis of Paducah, Ky., attended Kentucky schools. He is employed as a truck driver out of Chicago. Attending the wedding were guests from Chicago, Galesburg, Maquon and Henderson. READ THE CLASSIFIEDSI Pupil's Pets... WELSTRIDES Start them off on the right footing! Girls and boys go for the sharp styles, mothers go for those great Kinney values-quality shoes at sensible prices, with Kinney's famous double-check for fit. Yes, "kids 'n Kinney go together, grow together!" (A) Girk' "PMCQCI" taddh, nylon velvet, tifi 8H-4, $4.99. (I) teyt' j/ip-on, smooth bather, siztt 12H-3, $4-99; 'JVi-6, $5.99. Gym «ho#f, too: famous Kinnoy K«p«r$ for girls, $3.99, Joo lapchicks for boys, $3.99* For your added convenience we will be open TUESDAY, SEPT. 3 until 9 P.M. •mluiivtiy at 315 E. Main — Galesburg Kinney's in Peoria & Burlington Wedding Is- (Continued from page 14) Golesburq Register-MoiI, Galesburg, III. Wed., Aug. 28, 1963 15 who presented the prelude and accompanied Don Jones, soloist. Both are from Peoria. Walks with rattier Miss Zwiefel, who walked with her father to the altar to pledge her wedding vows, wore a silk organza over taffeta wedding gown. Reembroidered A1 e n c o n lace formed the pleats caught at the and controlled skirt front in an apron effect. The chapel train formmed the pleats caught at the waistline. Elbow length veiling was caught to double crown of pearls and crystal. Aqua sata peau sheath dresses were worn by the attendants, who had butterfly veils caught to horsehair flowers for their hair. Miss Janice Zwiefel of Peoria, sister of the bride, was maid of honor; Miss Judie Zwiefel of Peoria, Miss Marcia Zwiefel, Peoria, cousins of the bride, bridesmaids; Mrs. Frank Webster of Elmwood, sister-in-law of the bride, bridesma- tron, and Miss Joan Zwiefel, the bride's sister, junior bridesmaid Serve Supper Following the ceremony a buffet supper for 130 guests was served at the bride's home. After a trip to the Wisconsin Dells and the Flack Hills, S. D., the couple will reside in Elmwood. Mrs. Dikeman, a graduate of Richwoods High School, Peoria, was graduated from Western Illinois University, Macomb, where she was a member of Sigma Kappa sorority. Her husband, a grad uate of Elmwood High School and Bradley University, where he affiliated with Phi Mu Alpha fraternity, will be teaching at the Han na City grade school. CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Eleven tables were at play Monday evening when members gathered at the Knox County Country Club for bridge play. Prizes for the women were won by Mrs. Virgil Elliott, first, and Mrs. Bill Lewis, second, and for the men, Douglas Tracy, first, and Mr. Elliott, second. The eve­ ning's prizes were awarded Mrs. C. C. Stoerzbach and Keith Stouffer. Four grand slam winners were Mrs. Stoerzbach and Bill Lewis; Mrs. Lewis and Mr. Elliott; Mrs. Charles Buckley and Ted Stewart, and Mrs. Henry Miles and Mr. Tracy. The next card party will be Tuesday evening, Sept. 3, rather than Monday, because of Labor Day. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Patch It! NEW YORK (UPl) - Patches are back in fashion. Look for the elbow patch to show for fall on sweaters, blouses, jackets, loungewear, even children's wear. The patch has a long fashion history—first worn, according to some fashion sources, by Englishmen on their shooting and hunting jackets. The influence spread to the men's wear field, with the Ivy League schools picking it up. The fad spread to other types of clothing after World War It. And the patch shirt idea for worn* en came along in the summer of •62. Retain Color Red vegetables, such as beets and red cabbage, keep their color better if a little vinegar or other acid is added to the cooking water. Store oily polishing cloths in A covered jar or metal container. Former Resident- (Continued from page 13) Miss Coralie Haworth, Hollywood Riviera, and Miss Marsha Durig of Manhattan Beach, bridesmaids. The honor matron was in green organza and other attendants' dresses were in yellow, peach, melon and blue organza. They carried bouquets of carnations encircled with the color of their gowns. Each wore a single open rose matching her dress to hold her shoulder length veil. After the ceremony guests attended a reception at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Redondo Beach. Later, the couple left on a wedding trip to San Francisco, Lake Tahoe and Reno, Nev. GHS Graduate The bride, who was graduated from Galesburg High School, at tended Western Illinois University and the University of Florida. She is a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. She is employed by Gar rett Airesearch Manufacturing Co The bridegroom, a graduate of Kitsilano High School, Vancouver, B. C, Canada, attended El Cami no College at Redondo Beach, and the University of California, Los Angeles. He is employed by Dust Control, Inc., at Gardena, Calif. Couple Exchange (Continued from page 14) straight front panel and lace nift­ ies. Veiling was draped from a tiara circle crown of seed pearls. Attendants Mrs. Tom Ewalt of Yates City, matron of honor, and Miss Cheryl Windish of Elmwood,- bridesmaid, sisters of the bride, were in yellow crystalet dresses. Each carried colonial bouquets of white feathered carnations and had matching hats to complete their costumes. At the reception at the church honors were shared by Miss Rosemary Inskeep of Trivoli, Miss Judy Jones and Miss Sharon Schonbin of Elmwood. Miss Louise Benson of Yates City was at the guest book and Miss Nancy Thompson of Elmwood was at the gift table. After a wedding trip through the southern states and Sept. 1, the couple will reside at 519 E. Fulton, Farmington. Mrs. Benson was graduated from Elmwood High School and her husband, from Farmington High School. Wax window sills occasionally. One wipe with a sudsy sponge will remove dust then. 4*©#i'$ WINO UNO *?*>•<* Easy Terms ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. Main St. #uihor ,w<* Aftcarved 3 Days Only! Famous T0« CANDY BARS ^5<*37* Choose from, famous bars like Hershey Milk Chocolate or Almond, Milky Way, Mars, For* ever Yours. Pay Day, Snickers. 3 Days Only! Reg. $2.33! LUNCH KITS 97 with VACUUM _ BOnil ICompleft Flat or dome-top metal kits; also vinyl-covered kits. Designs include TV characters. Vi-pinc vacuum bottle. Sale priced! 3 Doys Only! Reg. 39 c ! VELVET HAIR BOWS ¥s " wide Velvet. On curl clips. 3~27« Reg. 15.88 Admiral CLOCK RADIO White cabinet with black clock 1^88 3 Days Only! \JL 3 Days Only! Reg. $1.00 TEEN PADDED BRAS .Cotton broadcloth. # Foam lined cups.' Sizes 30-36 A A. 74* ROYALITE Portable TYPEWRITER tilts; Boys' Sport Shirts of Warm FLANNELETTE Reg. 7.00/ 3 Doys Only! Sizes 6-10 2.44 Sizes 8 18 K^k 3.44. Colorful plaids and checks of pre-shrunk corton flannel. Spore collar has stays, may be worn open or closed. 6 to 16. 3 days!- Boys' Slim-Line Panfs of CORDUROY Reg. 2.99! nd4 3 Days Only! 2 Slims, regulars, and huskies in* eluded! Ivy ind beltless styles; cuffed. Olive, taupe, and chac* coal. Sizes 6 to 16. Sale priced! 3 Doysf Boys' Reg. 2.99 ZIPPER CARDIGANS Orion® acrylic In ted, blue, charcoal, willow. 6 to. 10. «TAl DuPont Corfi 044 3 Days! Youth's Reg. 3.99 PATCH CARDIGANS 44 Orion® acrylic In blue, ted, black, char* coal. 8 to 18., [3 Doys Only! Men's,Youth'$ WOOL CARDIGANS Men'i S-M-l 6 .33 100% Shetland 2 -ply wool. Zipper front. S,M,L sizes. 3 days! 6 33 With Carrying Case and $)| A95 Instruction Booklet Plus Fed. Excise Tax 3 Days Only! Reg.- 4 Pr. $U BOYS' SPORT SOCKS Cotton with M ^% _. 3% Nylon A -O / C Reinforced » m T* Heel & Toet 81iei s _ 10 . PINCH BOXfS 97* Presidents or Disney de'.ign. ROLL TOP PENCIL CASI Contains 3 Pencils, Be «Ruler, Pencil Sharpener SHOP WITHOUT CASH - "CHARGE IT" AT KRESGE S

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