Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 30, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 30, 1973
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fficeri amed or l9tf &7i Thf Boart o* Directors of the ale-burg Wofftln's Club held he inHltl meetlnf of the 1W3- 4 club year, Wednesday nwrn- l in the clubhouse, with Mrs. . p. Thompson, president, The ard wiU hold a aeries of meet- ngs during the summer to plan he year's activities end iched- le programs. . Serving with Mrs. Thompson Mrs. Chauncajr Kenney, first ice president; Mrs. James B. Allen, second vice president; Miss Dorothea Richardson, recording secretary; Mrs. James W. Thompson, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Albert Bradbury, membership secretary, and Mrs. Burnett Gabel, treasurer. Officers of the Art Department are Mrs. Jack Potter, chairman, Mrs. James Stults, vice chairman and Mrs. P. G. Grone, secretary. Directors are Mrs. Vincent Holmes, Mrs. Roy Nichols, Mrs. Elliott Stackhouse and Mrs. M. C. Weese. Home Life Department officers are Mrs. George Rose, chairman, Mrs. Paul Helms, vice chairman and Mrs. Chalmers Close, secretary. Directors are Mrs. Henry Inness, Mrs. Harry Allender, Mrs. Leslie Anderson and Mrs. Oscar Olson. Past Noble Grands Club Hears Reports The Past Noble Grands Club met recently at the home of Mrs. Frankie Johnson, 440 N. Cherry St. Mrs. Mildred Oakes, vice president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Violet Scudder, Mrs. Evelyn Woollums, Mrs. Wilda Ayers, and Mrs. Jemima Fuller gave reports. Games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Ayertf and Miss Lucille Taylor. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Woollums, Mrs. Oakes, Mrs. Elliot Stackhouse, Mrs, Cleo Peabody and Miss Taylor. About People- (Contlnued From Page 8) Westlund noted, "and it has been a pleasure for me to work with Mrs, Scott end the students.'» Mrs. Scott's involvement in music is not new. For some years, the Yates City resident has been an organist at St. Patrick's Church in Elmwood, and for five years she directed a children's choir at the church. The Sandburg student is In the college transfer program and her area of concentration la music. After graduation, she hopes to attend Western Illinois university, Macomb, and, eventually, to teach on the elementary level. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lindsay and family, North Seminary Road, spent the weekend of May 18-20 in Dubuque, Iowa, where Mrs. Lindsay, president of Rho Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Ph), was the guest of the 9Mi Iowa State Convention held at the Julien Motor Inn. "Rivwtoat Daze" was the theme of the convention. Rev. S. Sanford, 1335 E. Knox St. celebrated his 94th birthday today. He was the organizer and superintendent of the Rescue Mission at 66 Public Square for many years. A family celebration is being planned. Past Presidents Attend Meeting Past Presidents of the Eagles Auxiliary met at Grady's Club this past week for a dinner meeting, with Mrs. Sue Rickus in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Frances Patterson, past president, conducted the meeting at which various recommendations for the ensuing year were discussed. COOKE SCHOOL The Cooke School third grade promotion will be tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Cooke School gym. The second grade students wil give the program. Attendance awards will be given. Relatives and friends are invited. WANT TO ATIEND BEAUTY SCHOOL? JUNE CLASS ONLY TUITION MOO YOUNG'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE? 136 E. Main St. Ph. 342-8266 1 tL Gal *>faWfl:JR(fti»Mr*M6ll, Golesburq, til. Nyedrtijsdjay^Mov 30.1973 /£§ Theme's MJss Deborah Wtfck Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Welch of Little York, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Deborah, to Jack H. Horner, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Horner, of Monmouth. Miss Welch is employed as Administrative Secretary at the Faith U.P. Church..Mr. Horner is employed by Western Stone- Ware as an Assistant Sales Manager. A private wedding is being planned for June 29 at 7 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to an open reception at the Elks Club at 8 p.m. following the ceremony. / Wedding Will Be Saturday Mr. and Mrs. William J. Smith, 639 Ohio Ave., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Gail, to 1 Patrick B. Welle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Welle, Sr., Santa Anna, Calif. The bride-elect and her fiance are graduates of Galesburjg High School. Mr. Welle is employed at Galesburg Cigar. Vows will be exchanged this Saturday in v the bride's home, at 2 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception in the couple's honor at 3 p.m at the Community Center on Iowa Ct. The engagement and approaching marriage of Mill Breftda Henson to Arnold L. Dutcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dutcher, IS* Conger St., is anrHwrtced todiy by her parents, Mr. and Mn. Edwin Henson of niralXenia. Miss .Henson, a graduate of flora Township High'School, is a sohiot at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School arid SIU, Carbondale, is Employed as an insurance examiner with the State of Illinois, Springfield.. The wedding will be at the Methodist Church In Xeriia June 16 at 2 p.m. The • engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Connie Tesch to Steven Carlson, ion of Mr. and Mis. Curtis Carl* son of Oneida, is announce* by her parents, Mrs. Alice Tesch, 1645 McKnight St., and Norman Tesch of Marshall, Minn. The bride-elect, who attended Galesburg High School, is employed, at Rowe Manufacturing Co. Her fiance, a graduate of ROVA High School, Oneida, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co., and farms with his father. The wedding will be June 22 at 8 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church) Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the couple's new home near Rio. Miss Brenda Henson . r .i MS BENEFIT A Benefit for Multiple Sclero sis will be held Saturday from 9 a.m. to 12 noon in the home of Mrs. CarmaUa Skinner, 1130 N. Prairie St. The public is invited. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swenson, 442 N. B Street, Monmouth, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rhonda Joan, to Richard Scott Edwards Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards of near Little York. Wedding vows will be pledged on Saturday, June 16 at 2 p.m. at First Lutheran Church, Monmouth. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Miss Swenson, a graduate of Yorkwodd High School and Carl Sandburg College and Midstate College, is employed at Giant Food Store, Monmouth. Her fiance, a graduate of Yorkwood High School, is farming near Little York. 'Hah OH To Teachers 9 Jerry JehfwoA, principal, delivered the invocation at the teacher, appreciation banquet given by L. T. Stone Parent- Teacher Association Wednesday evening. Tables at the Emmanuel Methodist Church were decorated with favors and (tome cards carrying out the theme "Hats Off To Our Teachers." Introduction of teachers, PTA board, personnel, and guests [was given by Mrs. Don Norris, past president. All teachers and guests were presented with a corsage. Mothers of children leaving Stone School were presented with diplomas for their contributions to PTA. Receiving honors were Mrs. Peter Olson and Mrs. Robert Barstow. The Senior Girls Ensemble from Galesburg High School accompanied by Miss Polly Purcell provided the entertainment. Mrs. Neal Anderson, commit* tee chairman for the banquet, told of happenings in the lives of the teachers. Closing the evening, all sang "School Days, School Days" and the committee, composed of Mrs. William Snyder, Mrs. William Heimlich, Mrs. Ron Anderson, Mrs. J. D. Radakovich and Mrs. Robert Finch sang an original composition by Mrs. Anderson. Council Conveneg Galesburg Beta Sigma Phi City Council held a meeting at the home of the president, Mrs. LaClare E. Sloan, 214 Fulton St., to set up preliminary plans for a ways and means project during the term 1973-74 as well as finalizing plans for a summer get-to-gether of all Sorority Chapters. METHODIST WOMEN The First United Methodist Women will hold a breakfast Friday at 9:30 a.m. in the church lounge. Esther Circle members will be hostesses. Mrs. Ed Gould and Mrs. Ralph Lucas are co-chairmen. Mrs. Floy Ekin will conduct the traditional memorial service. The Executive Board will meet in the Loyal Fellowship Room Friday at 9 a.m. Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson of London Mills will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home on Essex St. Friends and relatives are invited to/call between 2 md 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were, rharried in Galesburg on Jtine 5, 1948, at the Emmanuel pfasohage by Hey. Charles E. Liston. They are the parents' of a daughter, Pamela Denise, who is hosting the affair assist_d by a close; friend, Mrs. Ann Brashear. '• Couple ! Will Observe Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Reece Smith, Maquon, will observe their 60th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at the home of their grandson, Mr. and Mrs. James Parks, 302 Memorial Dr., Abingdon. Friends and relatives are invited to call between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were married June 4, 1913, near Hermon. They are the parents of three children, Weldon Smith, Orlando, Fla.; Mrs. Joe (Verla) Parks, Hermon; and Mrs. Robert (Mary Jane) Ferguson, Maquon. They have eight grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren. The couple has requested no gifts. Bethel Shrine Has Installation Invitations from other Shrines regarding banquets for Supreme elective officers were read the recent meeting of Shrine at the Masonic Temjp Mrs. C. E. Walihan, wo* _ high priestess, and Milton Me- Gilvary, watchman of shepherds, presided. Mrs. • Kathryn Laswall was installed as second hand maid with Mrs. Wesley Malcom and Mrs. Milton McGilvary as installing officers. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. McGilvary and committee. Assorted colored iris formed the table decorations. MALES' formal wear, "In Stock Rentals" ", PHONE 301/342-5514 After Six. Lord Wtit. Palm Btach Register for Free Koneymoort'" to Las Vegas • 10 Watt Main St., GaUibu.q . Miss Rhonda Swenson LUTHERAN GUILDS Linnea Guild, Miriam Guild and Ruth Guild will meet Friday at 12:30 p.m. for a joint pctluck at the First Lutheran Church in the parish hall. Meat, dessert and beverages will be furnished by a committee, Big buys! Start with our sheet sale. Then stock up on specials for every member of your family. SdlO 2 twin sUt Rtg. 2.M. Solids are Penn-Prest muslin of cotton and polyester. Flat or fitted sheets are the same price. Full size sheets reg. 3.99 ....... tale 2.N Pillow cases reg. 2.49 pkg Sale 2,01 size twin size Reg. 2.99. 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