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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 4, 1973
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Galesburg .RefllstenMajj, Golesbufg ; Miss Helen I. Feeler * • • The cloister Chapel, Stevens Point, Wl«, ( was the flcene al the wedding for Miss Helen I. Fcsief, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs, Perry A. Pester, 1070 Hubcr Ave,, end Thomas J. Lohr ft! San Diego, Calif, son of Mrs. Dorothy Lchr of Mldlcton, Wtfl., on May 26. Wedding vows were exchanged at 11 a, tn. as Rev, Vaughn ferockman of the VnU verslty Newman Center, read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was William Oracf of Wausau, Wis.; groomsmen were Lawrence Reed of Elkhorn, Wis., Gene Relneking of Stevens Point, Wis., and ushers. were Kim Grunow of Whitewater, Wis., and Mel Karg of Stevens Point, Wis. Tom Forchllch of Applcton, Wis., was the organist. Attendants Mrs. Bruce Shlvcly of Henderson, 111., matron of honor, Miss Carla Van Haden, of Elroy, Wis., and Miss Janet Johnson of Applcton, Wis., bridesmaids, were in blue matte jersey gowns with white lace over the bodices. Each carried blue and white daisy nosegays accented with white Sweetheart roses, fern, tiny glass blue birds and light blue ribbons. White daisies formed the headpieces for their hair. Miss Fester, given in marriage by her father, carried a crescent bouquet of white daisies, stephanotis, fern, and tiny glpss blue birds, as the complement to her gown of Maracaine jersey trimmed with three-dimensional lace accented with pearls. The gown with its Join Anti-litter Crusade Mr. and Mrs, T, J. Lent (Miss Helen Fesler) NEW YORK (UPI) - If your club wants to Keep America Beautiful on a larger scale, it can obtain a kit to help. The program kit comes with clean-up and litter bags, a checklist of major steps to be taken, an index- to different types of projects as weld as communications and incentive plans t h at will encourage greater citizen participation. The kit underscores the belief that constructive environmental programs depend first on people their awareness., attitudes and action, says Roger Powers, executive vice president of Keep America Beautiful, Inc. , "Individual behavior and a sense of responsibility are the key to a better environment," he said. The basic program kit contains 100 large pJ,astic cleanup bags, 100 smaller plastic litter- bags and 300 paper litter bags, suitable for use in and around the house, in automobiles, on boats or for picnics, beach parties or backyard barbecues. Each bag is imprinted with the official, colorful Keep America Beautiful symbol. "The program materials are ideally suited for use by individuals, civic, social and service clubs, industry, government — anyone Involved in environmental projects,'' Powers said. For price information write to Keep America Beautiful, Inc.,. 99 Park Ave., New York, N.Y. 10016. A spokesman for the organization said the materials are being sold at cost. softly gathered skirt was styled with a detachable elbow length cape that formed a chapel length train. Scripture reader was . Miss Jan Johnson of Appleton, Wis. A buffet luncheon reception followed on the patio lounge of Watson Hall, University of Wisconsin campus. After a wedding trip through the Western States and southern California, the couple will reside for the summer at San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Lehr, who received her B.A. and M.S. from Western Illinois University, was employed as a residence hall director, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, Wis. Her husband, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, who is a residence hall director, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, will receive his master's in June from the United States International University, San Diego, Calif. Miss Linda Mills . * « The Rev. George ,1 Sehroe- der officiated at the 11 a .m. ceremony May 12 In St. Mary 's Roman Catholic Church, Rock Island, for the marriage of Miss Linda Christine Mills. Rock Island, and Dennis William Bleg- ger. Madison. S.D, The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E, Mills, 181? 31st St., Rock Island. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Helen Blegger, Madison, and Richard Blegger, Council Bluffs, Iowa. An empire gown of dimity, fashioned with rounded neckline and short sleeves trimmed in rosepoint lace, was worn by the bride. Her picture hat was edged in lace and the bride carried a colonial bouquet of daisies and carnations. Miss Judith R. Mills, Rock Is land, was her sister's maid of honor. Carol Jean Mitys, Rock Is land, another sister of the bride, was flower girl. Tim Girgen, Madison, served as best man. Robert Mills Jr., Rock Island, brother of the bride, and Ron Johnson, Madi son, seated guests. A reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. After a western wedding trip, the couple will reside in Madi son where Mr. Biegger is a student at Dakota State College Madison, S.D. He was graduated from Madison High School Mrs. Blegger was graduated from Rock Island High School and was employed ^ by the Scott Store, Rock Island. Grandmothers of the bride Mrs. C. E. Mills, 836 S. Hender son, and Mrs. Carl R. Sherwood, 174 N. Arthur Ave., were among those attending the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Miller, 938 N. Cherry St., and her parents attended a reception and dance on May 26 hosted by the bridegroom's parents in Madison. S.D. Miss Maria McGarrv.. • Miss, Maria Ann McOarry, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jack Collins, 102 Walnut St., and Jose D. Barreda, son of Mrs. Alta Barreda of Melbourne, Fla., and Dr. Luis Barreda of Mexico, exchanged wedding vows on Friday. Rev. Clifford Dantt of the, Jacksonville Baptist Temple, of Jacksonville, Fla., read the double ring ceremony at the Bethany Baptist Church at 7 p.m. Beat man was Dan Shaw of Jacksonville, Fla., while serving as groomsmen were Rod Bolt of Bloomfield, Richard McGarry, brother of the bride, and Mickey Myers of Jacksonville, Fla. During the organ prelude by Mrs. Robert Swanson guests were seated by Bob Ralston Jr. and Scott Ralston, nephews of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Coleman sang a duet. Mrs. Robert Ralston, sister of the bride, matron of honor, Miss Teresa Shaver, Mrs. Robert Miner, cousin of the bride, and Miss Jannise Dartt of Springfield, Mo., bridesmaids, were in identically styled gowns. Each carried lavender and blue daisies tied with streamers to match their dresses. The matron of honor was in blue and the bridesmaids in lavender. Given in marriage by her parents, Miss McGarry carried a cascade of white daisies and gypsophita centered with blue and lavender orchids as the complement to her pinafore- styled white gown in organza and Cluny lace. The pinafore- effect in lace was edged in organza ruffling, and the chapel- leng'h train was edged in lace as was the hemline of the skirt. Thr©e-4iered silk illusion veils were caught to an open crown Camelot headpiece appliqued in Social Announcements.,.. Mr. and Mrs. Jose D. Barreda (Miss Maria Ann McGarry) pearl- lace and decorated in centered forget-me-nots. Reception Miss Sonda James was at the guest book at ithe' reception which followed the ceremony. Guests were presented rice packets by Bonnie and Kelly Miner. Gifts were arranged by Miss Beth Bevard, Miss Debbie Osgood and Miss James. Honors were given Mrs. Forrest Dexter of Knoxville, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Warren Brown of Alpha, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Ron McGarry of Abingdon, sister-in-law of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Barreda will reside at Springfield, Mo., where bath will attend Baptist Bible College. , Mrs. Barreda, a graduate of Galesburg High School, who -•(•attended Baptist Bible College for two years, was employed this past year at Protexall. Her husband, a graduate of Melbourne High School, Melbourne, Fla., has completed two years of college. He's been employed at Litton's Inc., Springfield, Mo. NEWCOMER BRIDGE Newcomer Afternoon Bridge will meet Tuesday at 12:46 p.m. In 6he Community Room of Home Savings & Loan Assn. For reservations, members are asked to call Mrs. Don Levin, 835 N. Kellogg St., or Mrs. LaClare Sloan, 214 Fulton St. WOMAN 7 S CLUB The Board of Directors of the Galesburg Woman's Club will meet Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. in the Yachtman's Room at the Sheraton Motor Inn. EAGLES AUXILIARY Eagles Auxiliary will hold its regular meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. Installation of officers will be held at 8 p.m. The public is welcome. CLASS OF 1923 The Galesburg High School Class of 1923 wflf hold its final planning session this session in the Community Room at Home Savings and Loan Assn. at 7 p.m. Officers should be prepared to give reports, and Information should be brought for the bulletin board. CHURCH WOMEN UNITED Church Women United will meet Thursday at 9:16 a.m. at the Covenant Church. Jack Olmstead will be the speaker. His topic will be "Mental Health Awareness." BROWN REUNION The annual Jacob and Lucy Brown reunion will be Sunday at Lincoln Prak Pavilion. A potluck dinner will be served at 1 p.m. SWEET ADELINES Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Katherine Nielson Middle School. VESTA, REBEKAH LODGE Vesta, Rebekah Lodge, will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the Odd Fellows Hall. Personal Finance Recipe's To Clip And Save Wedding Will Be June 8 Spices: Speak Softly! Who Has The Most Shorts LESLIE'S Yea! LESLIE'S By CARLTON SMITH Know what a "painted" diamond is? Well, it's far from being a girl's best friend. Iif you had been walking through New York City's diamond district in the west 40s not fong ago, you might have noticed an obviously lovelorn couple making their way from one step window to another, gazing ait diamond solitaires and giggling nervously. That was the only disguise they needed. They were undercover investigators for the City's Department of Consumer Affairs. Five of these teams were -in the district, working in cooperation with the Manhattan district attorney's office. Authorities had been getting complaints about fraudulent practices by certain diamond merchants. The undercover work resulted in the arrest a few days ago of four merchants, with a warrant out for a fifth who has done a vanishing act. In each case, the pattern was almost identical. First, the grabber posited outside the shop — who spotted the easy marks, gave them a quick pitch on the great buys inside, then physically steered them into the shop. That itself is illegal under the city's consumer code. Next the merchant's story on why he happened to be selling certain stones at incredibly low prices — so unbelievable that he could understand, ha said, why the couple might be incredulous. Take the stone ti an appraiser to verify its value, he suggested. Off they went, under es- tamon ,cort, to an appraiser selected by . the merchant. One appraiser said a stone priced at $500 was worth $800. Another "appraised" at $1,100 a ring priced at $500. Still a third put a value of $950 on a solitaire priced at $450. Bargains "Each cf the appraisers'," says Betty Furoess, tihe City's commissioner of consumer affairs, "told our investigators that they were getting a fantastic bargain from the dealer, and urged them to rush back and buy the gem at once." It was a different story at the Gemological Institute of America. The stones were taken there for analysis after the investigators had bought them with funds supplied by a reputable merchant, outraged at the frauds baing practiced. After going through a bath of alcohol or stronger solvent, the bargain diamonds came out dull, lifeless yellow — stones of the lowest quality, Miss Lersch- (Continued From Page 8) w hen somebody needs somebody Hi air body that discover it with our reg. $20.00 organicurl Protein Perm! $ BEAUTY SALON 208 HIU ARCADE Phone 342-3015 Kmlohcil wiHi Organic Protein fur n long-lasting VVIIVf. Shampoo. Sol Includedl 10 [ Dee Taylor formerly of Chcinlilly Blue is with us. 1 by her father, carried a cascade of white phalaenopsis crchids and pink Sweetheart roses accented with purple statice. Her empire styled gown of hand clipped lace was fashioned with a peiarled trimmed bodice, having long sleeves. Veiling was caught to a tiara type headpiece of floral petals outlined with pearls and Jrridescents. Guests offered felicitaitions to flw couple at a reception which followed at the Sheraton Motor Inn. After June 10, the couple will reside at Parris Island, S.C. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Hilton, who attended Western Illinois University, Macomb, was employed at the Galesburg Register-Mall office. Later, her husband, a graduate of Richwoods High School, Peoria, will be attending Northwestern University, specializing in criminal investigation. JT HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY worth a small fraction of the prices they'd been sold for. . "Painting" a diamond, an official, of the Gemological Institute says, is not hard. Simply going over the stone with an indelible pencil will suffice — though more sophisticated techniques make use of a baked-on flux enamel. Thin Coat The object is to give the stone a thin coating of blue or violet, which spectrally neutralizes the yellow light refracted from cheap stones of inferior quality. For a while — until the coating wears off — the st:ne has the icy blue fire of a quality diamond. Just one more addition to the list of tricks the gyp artists use to rip off the consumer. To 'avoid getting taken in diamonds ... in spadss: Buy your gems from an established merchant of known reputation. Don't believe In spectacular bargains. The demand for investment-quality diamonds is such at present, said the Gemoloigical Institute spokesman, that "they just don't have to be put on sale to be moved." In any case, there is little room, economically, for bargains in diamonds. Costs, from the rough stone on through the cutting and polishing, are standard enough to result in fairly uniform prices for a gem of given weight and quality, once it reaches the retail jeweler. Miss Bliss(Continued From Page 8) Black and Miss Mary Hutchison j displayed the gifts. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Don Thomas, Mrs. Bill Kemper, Mrs. Ron Brown, Miss Dinalee Carlson, and Miss Teri Spinner, cousin of the bride. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 1894 Newcomer Dr. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Melton attended Cad Sandburg College and is employed at the Intra State Telephone Co. Her husband, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Giant Food Store. Finally, don't accept an appraisal valu'3 by an appraiser to whom fehe seller steers you. That should ba pretty obvious -r- but evidently wasn't — to the many victims who. were sold "painted" diamonds until the Department of Consumer Affairs broke up the game. , Are you throwing money away when you clean and trim vegetables? Most of us do. Next time you have carrots, celery, lettuce, spinach, tomatoes don't throw the leaves or trimmed off parts away. Toss them into a soup pot with leftover bones saved from a meal of chicken, ham or steak. If you've squeezed a lemon or orange or grapefruit don't throw the skins away. Also toss them into the soup pot. Of course, wash all these ingredients thoroughly. By adding two or three bay Reaves, some basil, salt and pepper to taste you have a hearty, healthful clear soup once it is strained. For variety add rice, noodles or macaroni. VIOLA - Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeBlock of rural Aledo announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Geraldine Rigg of Viola, to Larry Howie of Viola, son of Mrs. Florence Howie of Viola and the late Robert Howie. The wedding wild take place Friday at 7:30 p.m. in the Viola United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Mrs. Rigg is employed in the office of Dr. Monty McClellan LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI) - A little pinch of that and a dash of this can add a "something special" flavor to the most everyday type of meal. But the real key, according to Ethel Diedrichsen, foods specialist at the University of Nebraska, is knowing how to use spices and herbs. And the main rule is to use them sparingly. One rule of thumb is to add one-fourth teaspoon herbs or spice to four servings of food or to two cups of sauce or to one pound of meat. About one-fourth teaspoon dried herbs is equivalent to one tablespoon fresh herbs. Miss Diedrichsen said whole spices are best in slow cooking dishes like stew. She said they should be added* at the beginning so the long simmering can extract their full flavor and Miss Gibbs- (Continued From Page 8) Turtle's Love Is Unrequited A Friendship NEW YORK (UPI) - The Friendship, a van specially equipped as a mobile service center for senior citizens, is SALT LAKE CITY (UPI) — cruising Chicago streets. 1 In addition to providing information and referral serv- Tiring cf chastity after 10 years as a bachelor, "Monster," a Galapagos tortoise at the Hogle Zoo, this spring, lightly turned his fancy to thoughts of love. However, said zoo Director LaMar FarnsA'orth, the objects of the tortoise's affections have been unresponsive to his advances. They have included a rook, a feeding pan and a garbage can lid. Farnsworth said the zoo will seek a female Galapagos for t h e apparently nearsighted "Monster". ices to the elderly, the Friend- Ship is being equipped to conduct free hearing test for its visitors. of Aledo and Mr. Howie is employed at Mueller Lumber Com- 1 aroma. The flavor of seeds like pany in Davenport. >P°PPy and sesame is enhanced by toasting before being used. A few special care rules should be followed to get the Ibest flavor and aroma from spices. First of all, she suggested keeping spices in a cool, clean dry place to prevent evaporation of oils and flavor. Another suggestion: keep spice containers tightly closed after every use. She said herbs tend to lose flavor a little faster than spices. Ground spices should be used up and replenished within a year's time for maximum flavor, she said, but whole spices keep their flavor almost indefinitely and may be purchased in'larger amounts. The one key point to remember, Miss Diedrichsen said, is that spices should speak softly, complementing rather than dominating a certain food dish. cented with re-embroidered Venice lace. Her mantilla train vei! in two tiers was caught to an open pillbox in Venice lace. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow cymbidium orchids, white Sweetheart roses and white daisies. A reception in the church Fellowship Hall followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip, the new- iyweds will reside near Williamsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Brown are graduates of Williamsfield High School. Mrs. Brown is employed at Wight Chevrolet Co., Williamsfield, and her husband at Kress Co., Brimfield. Household Hints Clean and deodorize refrigerator inside and out with a solution of three tablespoons baking soda per quart of water. After cleaning, leave a box of soda, with top removed, in the refrigerator to absorb odors as they occur. A solution of three tablespoons of baking soda in a gallon of water safely cleans painted walls and woodwork, even washable wallpaper. Especially good for the kitchen where grease Home economists suggest that careful attention to storage can make small kitchen appliances a greater joy to the homemaker and add to cleaning ease in the kitchen. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 308/342-SU4 AiUr Six. Lord Weil, Palm Bosch Hi'Klsti'i' for b'tx-c iloiiuyiiiiiiui to Las Vegas 10 Wtlt Main SI.. Galesburg J. C. CERAMICS ANNOUNCES CERAMIC CLASSES For Children and Adults Gradoi 4 lhru 6 (tart Wed., June 13 - I to 3 PM Grades 7 and up start l-'ri., June 15 - 1 to 3 P.M. Adult Beginners lesson* slml June 21 - 7 to 11:30 A.M. and 7 to » P.M. CALL FOR REGISTRATION 342-7413 892 K. BUOOKS ST. CHERIE Set a trend with the smart looking Cherie. Ahead of the game with comfort in style, For the fun life you 230 E. Main St. Rogers Shoes

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