Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 29, 1973 · Page 9
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Plan Series Of Plays At the recent membership meeting of Prairie Players at the theatre, the group revealed plans for the summer presenta- Iion of children's plays. Three plays will be presented on six weekends during June and July. Coordinator of this venture is Mrs. Robert Cabeen, who wiP, direct the first play "Snow White and Rose Red" to be presented on June 16, 17, 23, 24. Rick Cannon will direct "The Crossroads" on July 7, 8, 14, 15. .lim Calderone will be directing "Beauty and the Beast" to be presented July 21, 22 and 28, 29. A general crew consisting of Mcl Hallock, Mr. and,Mrs. Ter- rv Tulin, Raleigh Barnstead, John Topper, Mrs. Debby Gardner, Miss Eve Hacker and Mrs. James Hacker will handle all the duties connected with the production of these plays. Anyone interested in performing in or helping with these shows may call Mrs. Cabeen. Reports were given on the success of the last production "The Diary of Anne Frank" and (he renting of the building to the Knox County Country Western Association for monthly concerts. Prairie Players invites other organizations to contact thorn about renting the theatre. Plans for a summer workshop, workdays and next season's plays were also discussed. JUNIOR AUXILIARY The Junior Auxiliary of Ralph M. Noble Unit will meet this evening from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at the American Legion Home. RECEPTION MINTS Bell or Rose Shaped Mints. Tinted & Flavored to Your Specifications. Phone 342-6903 Miss Livingston- (Continued From Page 8) was accented with orchid, and she carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of orchid Marguerite daisies, accented with greenery and ribbon. The bridesmaids' gowns and flowers were accented with tyme green or light blue. Ronald Markham, Florissant, Mo., was best man. Grooms* men were Patrick Moylan, St Charles, Mo., and Thomas McLaughlin, St. Louis, Mo., who also served as ushers. Candles were lit by Miss Lesa Malcolm and David Adcock, Abingdon, both cousins of the bride. Kerry Adcock and Lance Malcolm, the bride's cousins, were flower girl and ringbearer, respectively. Tom Mariner was soloist accompanied by Mrs. Max Johnson. Reception Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adcock hosted the reception which followed in the church social room. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Roy Anderson, Monmouth; Mrs. Loren Clark, Viola; Mrs. Elmer Miller and Mrs. Kenneth Malcolm. Gifts were displayed by Miss Linda Oelfrurg, Wheeling; Mrs. George Walters, Ft. Leavenworth, Kan.; Mrs. Richard Gilson and Miss Allyn Hager, St. Louis, Mo. Kayla Adcock and Dawn Gilson gave rice bags to the guests. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Mrs. Dean Nickens, Berkeley, Mo., and Ronald Markham, Florissant, Mo. After a wedding trip to Canada, the newlyweds will reside jin Black Jack, Mo. Mrs. Lucas is a graduate of Galesburg High School and Northeast 'Missouri State University, Kirksville, Mo. She has been a substitute teacher in the Galesburg school system. Her husband is a graduate of McCluer Senior High School, Ferguson, Mo. and Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, Mo. Galesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, III. Tuesday, Moy 29, 1973E 9 Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Roger Dennison of near Bishop Hill will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house in their home Saturday from 2 to 4 p.m. The event will be hosted by their children. The couple was married May 30, 1948 in Rock Island. They have four children, Mrs. Rogena Eagle, Galesburg, and three sons, Steve, Normal; Dan and Randy, both of the home. They have two granddaughters. They have been residents of Bishop Hill 11 years. I I GRADUATION CHARMS IN STERLING SILVER ATTACHED FREE TRIM $ 3.75 Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I I Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. D. Russell A'Hearn Jr. will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house in their home, 733 E. Grove St., on Sunday. Guests are invited to call from 2 to 5 p.m. Hosts will be their children. Mr. and Mrs. A'Hearn Jr. were married June 4, 1948 in Carthage, and have, resided in Galesburg the past 25 years. They are the parents of three children, Mrs. Terry (Linda) Lufkin of East Ga\esburg, Michael A'Hearn of Knoxville and Daniel at home. They have three grandchildren. Mr. A'Hearn Jr. is employed Mr. and Mrs. D. R. A'Hearn Jr. at Sears Roebuck and Co. Spires Nursery School Children Received Diplomas Spires Nursery School children gave a program for their parents Friday at 10 a.m. The program, consisting of songs and fingerplays, was titled "September Through May." Children taking part were Diana Asencio, Tommy Bloyd, Mike Bullock, John Chapman, Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hillman, 322 S. Second St., Monmouth, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house hosted by their children. Friends and relatives are invited to attend from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home. The couple was married May 31, 1923 in Quincy and lived in Liberty before moving to Monmouth. They are the parents of five children, Mrs. Dorothy Sloan, Wataga; Mrs. Helen Adams, West Covina, Calif.; Robert Hillman, Fairborn, Ohio; Mrs. Bessie Sweney, Avon* and Lloyd E. Hillman, Little York. They have 21 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mr. Hillman is retired from the Monmouth Police force as parking meter officer and Mrs. Hillman worked at F. W. Woolworth. The couple requests no gifts. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ortery, 409 W. Adams, Abingdon, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. in their home. Hosts for the event will be their children, Andrew P. Ortery, Wichita Falls, Tex.; Mrs. Duane (Cynthia) Masterson, London Mills; Mrs. Les (Kathleen) Swanson, James T. Ortery, Miss Patricia Ortery and Miss Ann Ortery, all of Abingdon. The couple has one grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Ortery was married June 5, 1948 at the All Souls Catholic Church by Rev. Patrick Convery. Mr. Ortery is employed as a carpenter at Gale Products and Mrs. Ortery is employed as a secretary at Gates Rubber Co. - W 511 . 0 T 's<*"ve Anniversary Plan Open House Friends and relatives are invited to attend an open house on Sunday, from 2-5 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanna of near Gerlaw, in observance of their 25th anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Hanna were married May 2, 1948 at Coldbrook Christian Church. They are the parents of one son, Mark, who is attending Iowa State University of Ames. It is requested that gifts dease be omitted. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD The Galesburg's Junior Woman's Joint Board meeting will be this evening at 6:^0 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Jack Carlton,, 1130 N. Broad St. The potluck supper will be followed by the joint board meeting of both new and retiring board members. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mosher of near Aledo wi'l observe their silver wedding anniversary Fr'day. Mr. and Mrs. Mosher were married June 1, 1948, in the Altona Lutheran Church. He's farming and Mrs. Mosher is a former nurses aide at the Mercer Co. Hospital. Mosher's daughter, Mrs. Karen Both are members of Aledo Revno'ds, resides in Oneida. Seventh Day Adventist Church. They have four grandchildren. They have a daughter. Lynda snd a son, Wayne, who will Presidential inaugurations. graduate from Broadview Acad- now held on Jan. 20, took place emy, Lafox, on June 1-3. Mr. on March 4 before 1937. 131 NO. CHERRY ST. Convention- (Continued From Page 8) state PEO convention held recently in Springfield. i Mrs. Edwin Crowell and Mrs. Richard Bloomberg served from a table decorated with a pyramid arrangement of pastel daisies. The committes consisted of Mrs. Ordell Petecson and Mrs. Robert Mariner. EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY AT O.T .'s BUDGET ANNEX ialesburg mm • MP Mrs. John Chapman and Mrs. James Roberts. The children were presented Nurssry School Diplomas as the end of the program. Mrs. Bettv Spires, operator of (he schoo', is assisted by Mrs. Letter O.r'son and Mrs. Earl Danielle Havens, Stefanie Hurt, Lisa Ischer, Janice Karlovich, Shannon McDonald, Edward Matern, Kelly Nelson, Christopher Roberts, Stacey Roberts, Brenda Rush, Cary Smagala, Jennifer Squires, Julie Timmons and Eric Tucker. y Holler. The school has been lr> Refresnments were served; , , _ , . and serving honors accorded I ca " sd ai tr ' e "rst.C.<iurch of the •— •- — i Nazaren: at' Elm and Webster streets for t.'*e ">?.st seven years. Starting in September the Nursery School will be at a new location in fie same area or G^es^r. '. Registrations are now being taken for the fall term. 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 fab. ic 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" Chapter W At a special meeting of Chapter W of PEO on Friday morning at the home of Mrs. Jack Hinchliff. 1546 N. Broad St., Mrs. Walter Pacey, president, reported on her attendance at the state convention of PEO which was held in Springfield on May 17, 18 and 19. Serving honors were accorded M"s, R. C. Stoerzbach from a tab'.e centered with a basket of ysl'ow mums and white daisies. Assisting the hostess we r e Mrs. C. E. Stephenson and Mrs.' A. Cash. 3-Position KING SIZE Luxurious RECLINER Lounge TV Full Recline will be. MI MI CLUB Mi-Mi Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Forrey Clay near Galesburg. WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL Wednesday Only! May 30 SEER SUCKER 36" to 45" Wide Cotton & Polyester Woven & Printed to Reg. to $2.29 Fabric & Yarn Shop 331-337 E. Main — Galesburg MALES' formal wear . . "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5H4 After Six, Lord Wei:, Palm Beach Rasusler tor Free honeymoon in has Vegas 10 West Main St., Galesburq Excess water in the body due to build up of premenstrual period can be uncomfortable, X-PEL.. a mild diuretic, will he'" you lose excess body water weight. On. 53.00. We recommend it. osco Biscuit Tufted • Urethane Foam Cushioned > 'Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 30 % OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Either of Our Two Stores On Tgesdey. Ng Free Pick-up and Delivery , Suede* & Furs Excluded LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIS ,—"1472 N. 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