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Qaiesburg Register*Mail, Galesbufg, Tuesday , r Aut\n 5, 1973.., f TTiH Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Clowers, of near Roseville, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Hosts for the event will be Mr. and Mrs. David Down, Wyoming, the couple's son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clowers were married June 5, 1948 at Youngstown at the First Christian Church by Rev. Ray Zumstien. Mr. Clowers farms and is employed at Midwest Mfg. Co. Couple Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Beard of near Roseville, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Beard were married June 6, 1948 at the Roseville Methodist Church by Rev. Thomas Parkinson. Mr. Beard is farming and is a bus driver for the Roseville Uriited Schools. Mrs. Beard is employed by the LaMoine Christian Nursing Home. They are the parents of two children, Miss Judy Beard, Peoria, and Miss Deanna Beard, at home. No formal celebration is being planned. Quick Sandwich Here's sudden inspiration for a sandwich filling: Chop V\ pound of sliced lunchmeat. Combine' it with 1 cup grated car- dressing. Wedding Will Be June 23 Miss Deborah Emory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L Emory, Prairie City, and Allen Noltensmeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Nolfcensmeier, Chandlerville, whose engagement was previously announced, haive se leoted June 23 ait their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7:30 p.m. at United Methodist Church in Bushnell. Alt friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to Mow at the church. What Next? Personalized bathing suits are the height of chic. Why not whip up a little something out of a favorite table cloth or an old pair of drapes? The more you think about it, the better it sounds.' I iliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiHni ijlll'llii' 1 '/' UUlllUiilitUluJ II HiJ ii I Pi Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Dualne Clark, Galva, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house in their home from 2 to 5 p. m. The couple was married June 6, 1948, at St. Aloysius* Church, Wataga. They arc parents of two sons, Daryl, a senior at Bradley University, and Gale, a junior at the University of Illinois. The couple has requested that gifts be omitted. Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Elza Cluts of 367 W. Olive St., Canton, arc celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at their home from 2 to 5 p.m. The couple was married June 9, 1923, near Fairview at the home of her brother, Clinton Senders. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs. Eli (Louise) Byrun, Canton. The couple has two grandchildren. They request that gifts be omitted. 33SJ4 / V« Organization odidt Plans for the United Way to work with the FISH ofganl«fl- tion were discussed at the FISH meeting Sunday evening in the Community Room at Home Saving & Loan Assn., by its mem' bers and Ken Hollman of the United Way. Mr. Hollman announced that a committee within the United Way has undertaken the task of - Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Myron Hickok, New Windsor, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday at the Christian Education Building of the United Presbyterian Church of New Windsor. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hickok were married June 6, 1923 in the Methodist Manse at Viola by Rev. 0. E. Clapp. They have farmed in Rivoli Township since that time. Hosts for the event will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Rex (Eulalia) Garrett; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hickok, and Mr. and Mrs. William (Marcia) Johnson, all of New Windsor. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. First showing! A great new collection that makes an art of relaxation! eidure Where the good times are . . . that's where you'll find Leisure Lifel We predict a full, happy life for this new Drexel collection in country places . . . city dens, family rooms and young studio apartments. In fact, everywhere Ihe mood is genial and the comfort complete you'll welcome our Leisure Life collection. Choose from a seemingly endless variety of table?/ che5ts and upholstered pieces . . . even mobile bars, stools and a gun cabinet. Every piece is smartly crafted in solid oak and pecky pecan veneers under a handsome distressed fruitwood finish. All tops are accident proof, lhanks to their invisible Urehanium super finish. Easy on the budget. Come in today. FERRIS FURNITURE | 465 Mulberry Open 9 to 5, Fri. 'till 9 PM Phone 343-2184 J — 1 — Wedding Will Be June 17 Miss Joy Louise Brown and Stephan Paul McKelvie, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected June 17 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 2:30 p.m. at the North Henderson United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to' follow at the church. The "bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Erown, North Henderson, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. McKelvie, Alexis. Board Convenes Vt Galesburg Board of Directors of the ifteenth District, IFWC met in « alesburg, Saturday for the rst session of the 1973-74 year, 3th Mrs. Omer Vittum, Canton, residing. Vacancies on the board, aused by resignations, were ,lled. Mrs. Bernard Dare, Abingdon, was appointed second vice-president and Mrs. Kenneth Menees, Lewistown, president of Fulton County. Several division and committee chairmen were named and Mrs. Walter Minder, Woodhull was chosen the Parliamentary Advisor. A~comprehensive report of the IFWC convention in Chicago was given by Mrs. Eldon Carl- SGn, first vice-president of Geneseo. It revealed some of the goals, that over 55,000 club­ women in Illinois are attempting to accomplish. Bicentennial observances of America's 200th anniversary is advocated for clubs in the State and General Federation. The new project, "Walk for Mankind," being carried' on now, especially' by the Junior clubs was mentioned in the report. Mrs. Carlson presented a number of awards to clubs in '.he district for outstanding work in the various divisions and de* partments, instituted for the betterment of all people. Mrs. Edward Barnabee, FarmLngton, presented citations to members of the district, excelling in the E.S.O. Reading program. Mrs. John Morris of Eden was given recognition for her ability to attend the convention for the 17th consecutive year. Stand Tall People have been telling you that posture is important since you were six months old. They were right. Now is a good time to check out your posture and if it needs improvement, find a book or a doctor who can help. You don't have to join the WACs to walk tall. compiling a comprehensive loose leaf index of existing government and voluntary service organizations in the Galesburg and Knox County area. This summer United Way will contact the 110 groups individually in order to prepare a listing and cross-index in the book- lot with a paragraph describing the services offered and information on how to contact each group. . By late fall, the service organizations listed will have access to the completed United Way directory. FISH, in its third year, was chosen by United Way for the project because of FlSH's 24-hour telephone answering service. FISH of Galesburg is patterned after the International FISH organization, originating in England. Brotherhood in ac lion — love thy neighbor, is the guiding principal of this all- volunteer group which answers calls for help in areas of trans portation, food, locating needed articles, babysitting — all on a one-time basis, and crisis intervention. The budget for FISH will continue to be maintalMd through donations from individuals. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5E14 Afier Six, Lord Wall, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St.. Galesburg Set or Call Your Independent Agent TODAY INSURANCE 407 HILL ARCADE Galesburg - Ph. 342-3414 mm //A i Swedoughs IPECIAL Wednesday & Thursday Variety of Fillings B ISM ARKS Couple Selects Wedding Date Miss Candice Roquet, New Windsor, and W. Curtis Wilson, Viola, who announced their engagement in January, have chosen June 16 for their wedding date. All relatives and friends are invited to the 4:30 p.m. ceremony in the United Presbyterian Church, New Windsor, and to tho reception in the Christian Education Building of the church. The bride-elect is the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roquet, New Windsor, The prospective bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Anson Wilson, Viola. Take A Break From Your Everyday Chores By Stopping At Swedoughs For Coffee & Oonufs Swedoughs Delegate Will Attend Conference Mrs. Harry Bacon, 1374 E. Main St., will be representing the United Church of Christ East Main Street Church for the tenth annual meeting of the Illinois Conference of Uhe United Church ol Christ. Mrs. Bacon will be joining the almost 200 other lay delegates from throughout the state for the meeting to be held Sunday through Tuesday at Northern Illinois University in De Kalb. Theme for this year's meeting is "Signs of Faith — That All May Be Served." Refrigerate Tomatoes Fully ripe tomatoes should be refrigerated. But unripe ones may not ripen at all if you refrigerate them first. THAT SPECIAL CHARM In Sterling Silver or Yellow Gold Filled COMPUTE SELECTION FROM OUR HUGE CHARM DISPLAY Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. W E. MAIN ST. I "DELICIOUS DONUTS BAKED DAILY" The Pantry Corner Abingdon Knox & Farnham OPEN 6 AM - TO PM 7 DAYS A WEEK Call 342-7517 For Parry Orders Corner Bread & Fremont — Downtown Galesburg 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 fabric 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" will be. Wednesday Only! June 6 LINEN & SCREEN PIQUE PRINTS & Solid Color SERRANO And Many Other Fine Goods 45" Wide f» i Reg. $1.69 3 to $2 Yd. Fabric & Yarn Shop 331-337 E. Main Galtiburg

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