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10 Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Ffidgy, Aug. 30, 1963 Miss Shirley Lorraine Yarde • . • The bride-elect, Miss Shirley Yarde, announced her engagement to her college friends in a traditional candle ceremony at Grinnell early last spring. Miss Yarde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Yarde, 800 N. Cedar St., and her fiance, Edward J. Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merwyn F. Hill, 1516 N. Academy St., will exchange wedding vows Sunday at the First Methodist Church. Hosts for the rehearsal party Saturday will be the bridegroom- elect's parents, who will enter- lain at the Custer Inn. The wedding colors selected by the bride- clcct for her wedding, bronze, gold and olive will be featured. Plans Wedding The concluding event prior to the wedding will be a luncheon for the bridal attendants and out- of-town guests on Sunday, when Miss Yarde will be hostess at a luncheon at Holiday Inn. Gifts were of linen on the 12th of August when Mrs. Kenneth Brown, 551 Hackberry Rd., entertained for the bride-to-be at a morning coffee. Mrs. Yarde, mother of the honoree, was accorded serving honors. At Country Club Gold chrysanthemums, daisies and autumn leaves formed the decorative centerpiece at the brunch Aug. 10 at Soangetaha Country Club, where a quartet of hostesses entertained in the bride- to-be's honor. Hostesses were Mrs. Russell Fox, Mrs. Edwin Crowell, Mrs. Donald Davis and Mrs. Robert Eyre. Preceding the brunch, guests were served by Miss Debbie Davis, who was given honors at the punch bowl. Gifts were selections of everyday dishes. At the shower given Aug. 6 by Mrs. John Black and Miss Ann Black in their home at 1181 Beecher Ave., the honoree's grandmother, Mrs. John Timmons of New London, Iowa, was given serving honors. The table for this miscellaneous shower was decorated with bronze mums, which filled a gold vase. One afternoon in May Miss Yarde was the guest of honor at Grinnell College, when Miss Lucy Knowlton of Winnetka, Miss Alice Hodgman of Morganton, N. C, and Miss Jo Ann Poble of Chicago entertained for her. This party in Read Hall, was a linen shower. Miss Linda Louise Catlin . . . This evening's rehearsal dinner at Harbor Lights will be the concluding event given for Miss Linda Catlin and her fiance, Michael Leo Gregory, prior to their wedding Saturday. Hosts for the event will be the Leo Gregorys of 1081 N. Kellogg St., parents of the bridegroom-elect. Miss Catlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Catlin, 818 Maple Ave., and Mr. Gregory will exchange wedding vows Saturday morning at 10 o'clock at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. White gladioli and blue tapers formed the centerpiece at the shower given in her honor at the Knoxville home of Mrs. Bernard Pogue on Aug. 22. Hostesses for this linen shower were Miss Margaret Gregory, Mrs. Bernard Pogue, Mrs. John F. Pogue, Mrs. Robert Pogue, Mrs. Thomas Pogue of Macomb and Mrs. James Pogue of Oneida. The honoree was assisted with the opening of her gifts by Miss Chris Pogue and Miss Mary Lee Gregory. The bride-elect's mother was given honors at the serving table, featuring the blue and white, the selected wedding motif. Mothers Serve Mrs. Catlin and Mrs. Gregory shared serving honors at the party given Aug. 21, when Mrs. Woodrow Leighton entertained in her home, 849 Mulberry St. Prizes at this event were won by Mrs. Virgil O'Dean and Mrs. Helen Erickson. Assisting the hostess was Miss Cheryl Catlin. Decorative theme was the blue and white with the floral touch being gladioli. Hostess for the first party in August on the fourteenth was Mrs. Robert Davison, 576 N. Broad St. Honors at the antique punch bowl were shared by mothers of the couple. Gifts were arranged in an al(Continued on page 11) Miss Gertrude Gilmore... As the conclusion to prenuptial parties honoring Miss Gertrude Gilmore, bride-elect of Clark Strader, the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Strader, 219 Madison Ave., will be hosts at a rehearsal dinner at their home Saturday evening. Miss Gilmore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Gilmore of Towanda, and Mr. Strader will exchange wedding vows at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon in Central Congregational Church with a reception to follow in the church parlors. Hostesses at a linen shower in Miss Gilmore's honor on Wednesday, Aug 21 were Miss Linda Cameron, Miss Carol Campbell, Mrs. Larry Murk and Mrs. Wayne Tryon in whose home at 127 E. North St., the party was given. Bridal games were played before the honoree opened her gifts. Decorations on the refreshment table reflected the wedding colors of bronze, autumn green and gold. Mrs. Gilmore, the bride-to-be's mother was accorded serving honors. At a kitchen shower for the bride-elect Aug. 8 co-hostesses were Mrs. Gerry Sprinkle, Mrs. Bernard Haber and Miss Eleanor Canfield. The party was in the Miss Judith Hicks... (Continued on page 11) OPEN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3 — 9 TO 9 Back to School Special Zipper Attache Cases Well Constructed with Vinyl Cover Perfect for books, music, papers, etc COMPARE WITH $2.00 VALUE ONLY LEO STEIN LUGGAGE — SPORTING GOODS — JEWELRY 343 East Main Street Miss Judith L. Hicks bride-elect of Michael R, Milan, has been the honoree at a series of parties which will conclude with the dinner this evening at Club 19 pre ceding rehearsal for their wedding on Saturday. Miss Hieks, daughter of Mr and Mrs. F. H. J. Langenbahn and the bridegroom-elect, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Milan, 797 Maple Ave., will be married at a Nuptial Mass at 11 o'clock at Corpus Christi Church. Hosts for this evening's event will be Mr. and Mrs. Milan, par ents of the bridegroom. Guests were all relatives and friends from the Chicago area, their former home, when Miss Hicks and her mother, Mrs. Langenbahn attended a personal shower last Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. David Hull, cousin of the honoree in Hillside, 111. Serving as co-hostess was Mrs. Walter Jannsen, an aunt of the bride-elect. In the games of the afternoon prizes were won by Mrs. Carl Smith, Hinsdale, the honoree's grandmother, Miss Patricia Grady, Riverside, Mrs. Rose Mathias, Brookfield and Miss Hicks. A blue and white sprinkling can was the center decoration of the refreshment table at a miscellaneous shower for Miss Hicks on Aug. 21. Hostess for the evening party in the home of the future bridegroom, 797 Maple Ave., was Mrs. Marion Halsey of Abingdon. Prizes in appropriate bridal games were won by Mrs. Bernard Johnson and Miss Mary Harvey. After the honoree had opened hef gifts, refreshments were served. Pantry Shower The guests brought gifts for the prospective newlyweds' pantry when they attended a prenuptial party Aug. 19 given by Mrs. Stanley Gustafson, Mrs. Phillip Gustafson and Mrs. F. E. Barnes. The event was in the Stanley Gustafson home, 817 E. Fourth St. Games were played, with prizes being won by Mrs. William Bafnes, Mrs. Ed Sperry and the bride-elect. After the honoree had opened her gifts each guest was asked to write her favorite recipe. These were presented to the bride-to-be in a recipe box. Miss Hicks' selected colors of blue and white were the decorative theme on the table, the centerpiece of which was composed of kitchen items and snacks in a basket made of a complete set of blue and white flint ware. Refreshments were also in the bride- elect's colors. At the first of the bridal parties for Miss Hicks on Aug. 1, guests attended a buffet dinner at 7 o'clock in the evening at Harbor Lights Supper Club. Hostesses were Miss Joyce Johnson of Peoria and Miss Kay Klemm. Table decorations were in blue and white with a miniature blue umbrella and flowers being used. During the evening, the bride- elect was showered with gifts of linen. Dessert for the dinner was prepared by Miss Johnson, one of the hostesses. Gueit List Attending one or more of the parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Fred Langenbahn, Mrs. E. W. Milan, Mrs. Walfred Johnson, Mrs. LaVerne Klemrrr, Mrs. David Gau, Miss Martha Sward, Miss Jeannine Gensini, Miss Donna Shively, Miss Marilyn Malstrom, Miss Becky Erickson and Miss Connie Henning. Also, Miss Ginger Mills, Miss Judy Swanson, Miss Janet Sundberg, Miss Laurie Doyle, Miss Cherie Huff, Miss Lory Sandburg, Miss Helen Stinson, Miss Nancy Swanson, Miss Susan Strand, Miss Melinda Davis and Miss Susan Lillie. Also, Mrs. Scott Soper, Mrs. Jim Daniels, Mrs. Ed Nelson, Mrs, Charles Coziahr, Mrs. John Sholl, Mrs. Paul Nelson, Mrs. Phillip Nelson and Mrs. Jack Soper, both of Monmouth, Mrs. Fred Childers, Mrs. Dale Harvey and Mrs. Clair Hawkins. Also Mrs. Edna Gustafson, Miss Shari Langenbahn, Mrs. Henry Christianson, Miss Joyce Christianson, Mrs. Robert Gustafson, Mrs. Goldie Belden, Mrs. Doll Sandeen, Mrs. Estra Sanders, Miss Catherine Fitzsiminons, Mrs. Ethel Robinson and Mrs. Thomas Bowles. Miss Nancy Tadie ... Thursday evening's buffet dinner following wed ding rehearsal was the concluding prenuptial event for Miss Nancy Tadie and Ronald J. Mack whose marriage will be solemnized at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Immaculate Hear* of Mary Church. Miss Tadie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tadie of near Galesburg and the future bridegroom, son of Mrs. BiUle Ann Ray, 1108 Monroe St., and Silas E. Mack of East Galesburg were guests of honor at the event in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mack in East Galesburg. Centerpiece for the buffet table was a yellow and white floral arrangement combined with a miniature bride and bridegroom. No invitations have been sent to the wedding but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow in the social rooms of the church. Mrs. James Sparks and Mrs. Max McKee were co-hostesses at a miscellaneous shower in the Miss Jeanne Malone... A Wedding In Yoiir Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our ."Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 £. Main The series of bridal parties for Miss Jeanne Malone of Knoxville, bride-elect of Roger Lambert, also of Knoxville, will conclude with the rehearsal dinner at the John Garoutte home in Knoxville, Saturday evening. Hosts will be Mr. and- Mrs. John Garoutte and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert, parents of the bride and bridegroom. The couple will pledge wedding vows at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Knoxville Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wed ding and reception to follow at the church. Women of the First Christian Church of Knoxville held a miscellaneous shower in the church basement on Aug. 26 for the bride-elect. Serving honors were given the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Garoutte, and grandmother, Mrs. Frank Rezner. In charge of the party were Mrs. Whitney Mannhardt, Mrs. Ted Putnam, Mrs. Carol Smith, Mrs. Hugh Terpening, Mrs. J. C. VanAntwerp and Mrs. Gene Goff. Mrs. Dale Wagher of Dahinda was hostess to friends and relatives of the future bridegroom on Aug. 23. At this party Miss Malone had to follow the clues found inside balloons to find part of her gifts. Three Parties On Aug. 22 office employes of May Co., where the bride is employed, friends and relatives of the bride-to-be were entertained at the home of Miss Barbara Sherman in Victoria. Miss Sherman was assisted by her mother, Mrs. Maurice Sherman. School friends were guests in the home of Mrs. Robert Washabaugh of Knoxville with Mrs. Larry Derham as co-hostess on Aug. 19. A miniature bride centered the serving table with other decorations carrying out the selected wedding colors of green and white. Neighbors and relatives of the bride-elect were guests at the first of the prenuptial events on Aug. 12 in the home of Mrs. Richard Vedell with Mrs. Marge Baxter, aunt of the bride as co-hostess. Tea towels were embroidered by the guests and presented to the honoree. Gueit List Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Florence Walker, Mrs. Gene Suydam, Mrs. Clarence Barlow, Mrs. Robert Lambert, Mrs. John Malone, Mrs. William Cecil, Mrs. Martin Vatthauer, Miss Linda Mallery, Mrs. Wayne Cowman, Madelyn and Karen, Miss Jean Anell, Miss Jeanne Stomberg, Miss Valerie Paape. Also, Miss Connie Wall, Miss Doyne Atwater, Miss Maureen McCue, Miss Pat Thurroan. Mrs. LeRoy Washabaugh, Miss Jo Malone, Miss Barbara Shenaut, Mrs. Blanche Rinehart, Mrs. Ralph Clark, Mrs. Dean Gibbs, Mrs. Arch Milroy, Mrs. Harold Anderson, Mrs. Russel Cook, Miss Joyce Malone. Also, Mrs. DeWitt McDowell, Miss Ruth Suydam, Mrs. George I Kennedy, Miss Sharon Mallander, Mrs. Richard Sipes, Mrs. Phil Burrows, Mrs. Joe Graves, Mrs. Marion Ponder, Mrs. Theodore Lambert, Mrs. Bill Atwater, Mrs. Hans Thompson. Mrs. Harold Conner, Mrs. Nellie Cain, Mrs. Hershel Steward. Also, Mrs. Leroy Kelly, Mrs. Ed Lamer Sr., Mrs. Ed Larner Jr., Mrs. Cliff Steward, Mrs. Jack lies, Mrs. Bill Wingo and Julee, Miss Janice Johnson, Miss Kay Malone, Mrs. Marjorie Anderson and Betsy, Mrs. Betty Shreeves, Mrs. Lex Sherwood, Mrs. Edith LaFollette and Betsy, Mrs. Elmer Stuki. Also, Mrs. Joe King, Mrs. Etta Setterfield, Mrs. James Paulsgrove Sr., Mrs. James Paulsgrove Jr. and Peggy, Karolee Goff. Miss Priseilla Ahline, Miss Judy Terpening, Mrs, Gary Hornbaker, Mrs. Harding Williams, Mrs. William Dawdy, Mrs. Grace McGrew, Mrs. Howard Houk, Mrs. Henry Atwater. Also, Mis. Ellen Kriegh, Mrs. Orlo Matsin, Mrs. Noble Moore, Iva Potter. Mrs. Elsie Smith, Mrs. Ray Howard, Mrs. John Weidenham- i mer, M:s. William Coburn, Mrs.. * Gale Brock, Mrs. Wayne Mummy ana Mrs. Darwin Thurman. bride -elect's honor on Aug. 6, entertaining in the home of the former, 704 Wisconsin Ave. After Miss Tadie had opened an assortment of gifts hostesses served refreshments which included individual cakes on which the names of the bridal couple were written. In Abingdon At a linen shower in the Abingdon home of Mrs. J. B. Risen hoover, aunt of her fiance, on Sunday afternoon, July 21, hostesses with Mrs. Risenhoover were Mrs. Francis T. Lambasio, the bridegroom's sister, and her daughter Miss Judy Lambasio. Miss Lambasio conducted a program of games and awarded prizes. "Household helpers" which were given as prizes were later presented to the bride-elect. A miniature bride was the centerpiece at the serving table which also was decorated in the selected colors of yellow and white. The honoree's gifts were carried to her by GeoRene and Anita Jones, small daughters of Mrs. Bill Jones of Chicago. Two Parties Mrs. Larry Martin and Mrs. John Kenney entertained for Miss Tadie at kitchen shower July 17 in the Martin home in Knoxville. Centering the gift table was an imitation wedding cake. At a shower June 27 in the country home of the bride-to-be's aunt, Mrs. Willard Pearson near Galesburg, the bride-elect's colors decorated the gift table with its centerpiece of wedding bells entwined with yellow and white roses on a white nylon netting base. Hostesses for the party with Mrs. Pearson were the honoree's sisters the Misses Mary Jane and Helen Tadie. After Miss Tadie had opened her gifts she was presented with a life-size doll made of household and kitchen utensils. Gueii Lift Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Michael C. Tadie, Mrs. Ernie Woodruff, Mrs. Lois Pearcy, Mrs. Gene Mendez, Mrs. J. C. Lindsey, Mrs. Ed Riney, Mrs. James J. Risenhoover, Mrs. J. H. Ford, Mrs. Ralph Penn, Mrs. Martha L. Grimmett, Mrs. Fred Taylor, Mrs. Sam Wiley, Mrs. Ellis Hull, Mrs. Leonard Pulliam and Mrs. Bill Jones. Also, Mrs. Norm Blickem, Miss Marg Wilkins, Miss Marlene Trout, Mrs. George Bednarcik, Mrs. John Kelly, Mrs. William Leahy, Mrs. Phil Tadie, Mrs. Tom Tadie, Mrs. Margaret Tadie, Mrs. Don Peterson, Mrs. Bob Williams, Mrs. James Ramsey, Mrs. Jack Sperry, Mrs. Wayne Murphy, Mrs. Dale Findahl, Mrs. Harold Adolphson and Mrs. James Hagrelius. Also, Mrs. W. E. Hughey, Mrs. Kenneth Olson, Mrs. Dan Sedwick, Krs. Lysle Sedwick, Mrs. Steve MqConneU, Mrs. Helen Bumgartner, Mrs. Lester Hebberer, Mrs. Ed Mtnehan, Mrs. Jim McLaughlin. Mrs. John Sullivan, Mrs. Ross Egan, Mrs. Grace Johnston, Miss Lucille Wilcox and Mrs. Phil Nelson. Miss Beth Nelson... A bridal shower, honoring Miss Beth Nelson of Rockford, took place early in August at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Holmes, near Oneida. Miss Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie E. Nelson, will exchange wedding vows Saturday with William Kenneth Holmes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holmes of Wataga. Hostesses for the shower were Mrs. DeWayne Holmes, Mrs. Vincent Holmes of Wataga, Mrs. Robert Hammerberg of Moline, and Mrs. John S. Thomas of Huntington, Ind., all aunts of the bridegroom-elect. Assisting were Misses Janice, Nancy, Rose Marie and Beverly Holmes, and Miss Kathie Carlson. Gifts were arranged on a table covered with a blue linen cloth, and decorated with a blue and white parasol and white wedding bells. Mrs. DeWayne Holmes read an an original poem to the bride. The refreshment table carried out the selected wedding colors of blue and white with a white lace cloth, a centerpiece of blue and white chrysanthemums and blue tapers. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Kenneth Holmes. A rehearsal dinner is being given by the bridegroom-elect's parents Saturday noon at Sweden House in Rockford. The wedding will take place at 8 o'clock in the evening at the Alpine Lutheran Church of Rockford. If Miss Mable Moen... Four showers have been given for Miss Mable Moen, bride-elect of Stephen Lee Peterson, son of Rev. and Mrs. Donald G. Peterson, 1170 N. Academy St., prior to her wedding on Saturday evening at 8 o'clock at the Bethel Baptist Church. Miss Moen, who is the Christian Education Director of the Bethel Baptist Church, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moen, 1032 Talbot Ave., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. The bride-elect was the guest of honor at two parties on Thursday. At the first party members of the Senior High Youth Group entertained in her honor with a kitchen shower. Then members of the Junior High Youth Group of Bethel Baptist Church presented her with a crystal compote at a farewell party. On Aug. 25 the bride-elect was the guest of honor at a breakfast at Holiday Inn. This event was a personal shower. Guests at the Aug. 8 shower at the Bethel Baptist Church were members and friends of the church. Honors at this party were given her fiance's mother, Mrs. Peterson. Hostesses, were Mrs. Norman Bledsoe, Mrs. Roger Bowman, Miss Carolyn Mitchell, Miss Mary-Jo O'dean, Mrs. Richard Nystrom and Miss Peggy Swanson. The centerpiece at this party featured an American-Canadian Peace Arch. Dinner Event Notes Couples' Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stanforth, 1380 Florence Ave., who were noting their 25th wedding anniversary, were the guests of honor at a surprise dinner party Saturday evening at Harbor Lights. Hosts for the event were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Morse. Table decorations were silver candelabra on each side of a silver money tree, fashioned by Mrs. R. G. Peterson. Following the buffet dinner Mrs. Sieble Frazee of Davenport, Iowa, presented the honoree with gifts from the group. The Stanforths left on Sunday for a short vacation trip to visit relatives in Ohio. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bewley, Larry Bewley and friend, Miss Bonnie Bewley and friend, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Garnet, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Bewley and Mr. and Mrs. Sieble Frazee, all of Davenport, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bewley, Wataga; Mrs. Ruth Bewley and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lytle, Henderson. Also, Mr. and Mrs. William Cole, Williamsfield; Mrs. Marion Stanforth, Oneida; and Mrs. Marie Sleight, Mrs. Marge Miller, Mrs. Ethel Stanforth, Miss Dorothy Love, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Olson, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. William Farrell, Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Kitelinger and Mr. and Mrs. Morse, all of Galesburg. After using grits, corn meal or other items poured from a spout, tape the spout with a piece of cellophane tape. The ingredients will stay fresh longer. Discard saucepans that are warped; they need to havt flat bottoms to give the best performance on a range. STOP? OH THE WAY tiOMfi >Freih BREADS CAKES COOKIES ROLLS SCANDIA BAKERY * LUNCH KlfcMtiBtl. i, Use Solitude By RUTtt MILLEtT A young Wife writes that she's tired of spending tWo nights a week alone while her husbarid is working. She complains that there's nothing to do but watch television. I'm afraid I can't sympa* thize with her. Any woman should be equipped to enjoyably get through just two evenings a week without her husband's companionship. She doesn 't have to spend this time watching television and feeling like a neglected wife. There are all kinds of things she could do when she is on her own, even if she has to be at home to baby-sit. She could take up some kind of hobby she hasn't time for during the day —• something that takes peace and quiet and concentration. 1 She could devote some of the evenings to giving herself some luxurious beauty treatments, or to sewing, or to., painting woodwork or furniture. She could, if she would, spend the time on the study of some subject that has always interested her, or in reading some of the good books she has missed. Sometime during her life the average woman has to spend time by herself. If she makes friends with herself, so that she doesn't dread being alone, the time can be profitable and enjoyable. Women who complain when thrown on their own resources usually haven't much to offer to others. They would be wise to use their free evenings to develop their own characters. THE FORTHCOMING MAf RIAGE of Miss Kathryn Keii drick (above) to Kenneth Severns, son of Mr. and Mri. Cline Severns of Hermon is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kendrick 4f Abingdon. The wedding will take place Saturday, Sept. 21 at Sacred Heart Church in Abingdon. Miss Kendrick was graduated with the Class of 1963 from Abingdon High School. Mr. Severns, who also attended Abingdon High School will leave Saturday to attend the National Hardwood Lumber Association's grading school in Memphis, Tenn. Sage advice on "How to Have a Happy Husband." Send 25 cents to Ruth Millett. Reader Service, care of the Galesburg Register- Mail, P. O. Box 489, Dept. A, Radio City Station, New York 19, N. Y. CLUB CARD PARTIES BRACKEN Grand slam winners at the Thursday afternoon bridge party at the Knox County Country Club were Mrs. Fred Clark and Mrs. Robert Hicks; Mrs. Harold Lashbrook and Mrs. Charles Buckley; Mrs. Leonard Oberg and Mrs. T. R. Churchill; Mrs. Douglas Tracy and Mrs. J. T. King. First, second and third prizes were won by Mrs. Oberg, Mrs. Lashbrook and Mrs. King. The special prize was won by Mrs. Francis Skipton. A potluck preceded bridge play. The committee in charge of arrangements for the afternoon was Mrs. A. B. Bryngelson, chairman, Mrs. George Tucker, Mrs. Floyd Stegall, Mrs. Douglas Griffitts-Brown i Wedding Is In Dallas City DALLAS CITY-Miss Kathleten Griffitts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Griffitts of Biggsville and Jerry Brown, a member! of the Air Force and son of'Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brown of Dallas dty, were married at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening, Aug. 24 at ithe First Methodist Church in Dallas City. Rev. Robert H. Williams officiated at the double ring ceremony. The couple were attended by Miss Cecilia Vaughon, Kirkwood, maid of honor and Robert O. Brown, Carthage, brother of the bridegroom, best man. The bride wore a beige dress with brown accessories. Her corsage was of lavender and blue carnations. The maid of honor was in a lavender and white dress and had a corsage of lavender and blue carnations. Mrs. Brown was graduated from Union high school and attended Burlington Beauty Academy. She is a beauty operator in Biggsville. The bridegroom, a graduate of Dallas City high school, enlisted in the Air Force and is now stationed at Whitman Air Force Base at Sedalia, Mo. Tracy and Mrs. Jack Savidge. Mrs. Kenneth Lane will be chairman for next week's bridge Thursday afternoon. osco GENUINE NORWICH DRUG GRAIN CLOSE 9 P.M. PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY NITE AND SATURDAY ONLYI WHILE SUPPLIES LAST! Expires Aug. 31, 1963 at 9 P.M. LADIES' NYLONS ., 15 DENIER FASHIONED PR, WHILE SUPPLY LASTS!

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