Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 6, 1963 · Page 12
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 6, 1963
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1 1 10 Go.lcsbuffl Register»Mg|l,Gdlesburg, Friday, Sept, 6, 1963 Present Fashion Show . . . umnae Cjradi racLuatin onor eniord The Alumnae Association of the Galesbufg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing held their annual banquet and reunion at Holiday Inn Thursday evening. It is the 61st year in the existence of this organization and is one of the oldest nurses' alumnae associations in Illinois. Grad* uates answered the roll called by Mrs. Albert Nelson for almost every year since 1911. Graduating seniors were the honored guests and received gifts of pencils and a one year paid membership in their alumnae association as announced by Mrs. Milton J. Rose, president. Those having been alumnae members for 40 years were awarded 40-year recognition pins. Mrs. Nelson received hers from Mrs. Rose and pins will be given to Miss Alda Ebberstein, Mrs. E. B. Grogan and Mrs. Ralph Butler, who were unable to be present last evening. Flowers from the garden of Miss Selma Swanson decorated each of the dining tables with white roses added for the seniors' table. Miss Swanson was the recipient of an orchid honoring her many years of service to the alumnae association by Mrs. George D. Donaldson. Each place at the tables was marked with a place card and a program bound in blue paper with a silver sticker replica of thr Florence Nightingale lamp. Blue and silver are the colors of the class of 1963. Mrs. Robert Marshall, operating room supervisor at Cottage, was general chairman of the banquet and mistress of ceremonies. She introduced those at the speaker's table and welcomed alumnae and guests. Mrs. Arthur Rose gave the invocation. Mrs. Milton J. Rose brought greetings to the graduating seniors. Miss Faye Smith, president of the 1963 class, responded. She introduced the 19 members of her class and it was noted that 10 of them will remain in Galesburg to serve patients at Cottage Hospital. Mrs. George D. Donaldson, director of education, introduced all the members of her faculty. Presents Style Show A style show presented by the L. B. Bell Company was the program of the evening, and was narrated by Mrs. Robert Drennen, faculty member. Six student nurses modeled "Fashions for 1964." They were Miss Barbara Jean Ervin, Miss Rosalie Frances Lowney, Miss Cora Lee Watkins, Miss Virginia Fox, Miss Linda Lou Miller and Miss Pamela Whitmarsh. The 16 outfits shown included dark cottons; skirt and blouse or sweater combinations; a red outfit; dark jumper with bright red blouse; furs ranging from stoles to jackets and % length coat, the furs being Fox, several shades and types of mink, and soft eggshell sheared muskrat; also a cocktail dress in the new - .white jersey knit and one with the more than one hundred fifty striking emerald green skirt. flea, We J, Jnduded at EfW The circle of friendship was formed after the induction of new members at the Business and Professional Women's Club meeting Thursday at Custer Inn. Part of the ceremony, which included an emblem interpretation, was the placing of yellow carnations in a friendship circle around the emblem by members and new members. Narration was by Mrs. G. R. Heller, chairman, who was assisted in the presentation by members of her committee, Mrs. Irma Varnold, cochairman, Miss Lola Adams, Mrs. Omer L. Baumgartner, Miss Eva Burke, Mrs. L. A. Cash, Miss Ethel Hagerman, Mrs. S. J. Hellhake, Miss Alice O'Brien, Miss Margaret O'Brien, Miss Grace Olson, Miss Murrel Pierce, Mrs. J. S. Smith, Miss Charlotte Swanson and Mrs. Donald E. Swan- eon. Give Reports Committee reports were given by various chairmen during the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Viola Lersch, president. The budget for the ensuing year, presented by Mrs. Eric Johnson, chairman, was adopted by the membership. Mrs. Lersch and Miss Samantha Young, delegates, reported on the sessions at the national convention held in Dallas, Tex., this summer. Plans were announced for National Business Women's Week, Oct. 6-12. Members of the BPW caravan of state officers will be present at the luncheon set for Monday, Oct. 7, at Custer Inn. Music for the evening was presented by Miss Joan Mattson, who presented a prelude as members found their places at the tables and during the program presentation. News ior and About Women Miss Dorothy I. Grant The engagement and ap proaching marriage of Miss Dorothy Irene Grant to Harold E. Ziehr Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Ziehr Sr., 1161 N. Academy St., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Grant, 1433 Beecher Ave. The wedding will be Saturday afternoon, Oct. 5 at 2:30 o'clock in the chapel of First Methodist Church. Miss Grant, a Galesburg High School graduate with the Class of 1956, was also graduated from the University of Illinois. She is employed at Medical Arts Clinic. Her fiance, a 1955 GHS graduate, attended Park College in Kansas City, Mo., and Knox Col lege. He is employed in the Galesburg City Water Depart ment. ner Ted Ferris of Arderson Main Street Florist, spoke to the Knox County Home Economists in Home Making when they met at the home of Mrs. Edward Bowman of Oneida Thursday evening. Using fall garden flowers, he demonstrated as he explained the triangular and circular basic designs of flower arrangement. Mr. Ferris told the group that every home should have three basic vases — a low, rectangular vase; a high vase, as a pitcher; and a compote, the most versatile of all. The colors of the vases should be subdued and the texture satiny. "Make your arrangement one side at a time," said Mr. Ferris, "and when finished it should be the balancing Grand Opening Sunday/ September 8 mmmm OPEN 8 A.M. TO 8 P.M. TWIN CHEFS RESTAURANT 108 I. MAIN ST. Donald Sitznian Yciu'rf cordially invited to stop in this Sunday and help us celebrate our official opening. GRAND OPENING DAY SPECIAL — ROAST PREMIUM TURKEY WITH QW FASHIONED PRESSING inefwdt* burttr»d 4vn» peas, whipped $1 IP jWMW/ ffUfi twM»r, coffee or tea, dessert I |V Plym-Friend Wedding to Be Sept. 13 The approaching marriage of Miss Donna Plym to Louis Friend Jr., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Plym, 325 N. Kellogg St. Parents of the bridegroom-elect are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friend Sr., 33b E. Grove St. The couple, whose engagement was announced in January, will pledge wedding vows at 7:30 o'clock in the evening, Friday, Sept. 13, at Advent Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and to the reception to follow. factor of the table." He encouraged the Homemakers to make a flower arrangement at least once a week, for the more you do the more you learn. Mrs. George Stephenson, president, conducted the business meeting that followed the program. Mrs. Harry Forbes, safety chairman, also gave a report. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Sam McKie, Mrs. John Curry and Gwen Owen. Dessert was served from a table centered with an attractive fall flower arrangement. Serving honors were accorded Mrs, Stephenson. The next activity of the Knox County Home Economists in Homemaking will be an Arts and Crafts Workshop to be held at the home of Mrs. Stephenson on Oct. 10. Before-dinner party appetizer: slices of bacon wrapped around lai-ge stuffed olives and broiled. Keep the bacon in place during the broiling with toothpicks. nven $rided*eiecl Oscar Hutmacher and Mrs. Harry Rouse. Games were played and prizes awarded. The table from which refresh ments were served was decorat ed with a miniature wedding cake and a mixed bouquet of green and yellow flowers and candles. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. William Mills, Mrs. Rouse and Mrs. Hutmacher. OUMl List Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Miss Ethel Marry, Miss Clara Marry, Mrs. Wayne Tryon, Mrs. Mary Strickland, Mrs. Frank Norton, Mrs. John Killeen. Miss Alice Morrissey, Mrs. T. M. Killeen, Mrs. John Hoben, Mrs. Phil Redington, Miss Catherine McGivern, Mrs. Neil Ritenhouse, Miss Helen Killeen The series of prenuptial parties for Miss Helen Killeen, bride-elect of John C. Thompson concluded with a Monday morning brunch given this week by Mrs. James P. Welch in her home, 159 N. Kellogg St. The wedding of Miss Killeen, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Killeen, and the prospective bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Thompson, 1314 W. Broadway, Monmouth, will be solemnized at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Corpus Christi Church, with a reception to follow in the social rooms of the church. Gifts were presented in a basket decorated with the bride-to-be's selected colors of green and yellow at a shower Aug. 29 in the home of Mrs. Robert Johnson, 195 Hawkinson Ave. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Johnson were Mrs. James Sheahan and Miss Evelyn Clay. Prizes in the evening's games were awarded to Mrs. Robert Carver of Kirkwood and Miss Connie Geske. Serving honors at the refreshment table also decorated in the bridal colors were accorded Mrs. Thompson, mother of the bridegroom and Mrs. T. M. Killeen, Miss Killeen's aunt. Former Neighbors Former neighbors of Miss Killeen were the guests at a shower in the bride-elect's honor Aug. 22 in the home of Mrs. Neil Ritenhouse, 643 S. West. St., with Miss Alice Morrissey as co-hostess. Games were played and prizes won by Mrs. Karyl McKillip and Miss Shirley Evans. A group gift was presented when Miss Killeen was honored at a shower Aug. 14 in the home of Mrs. James Roberts, 796 Peck St. Games of cards were the diversion of the evening. Gifts were brought to the guest of honor by Donnie Ryner when Mrs. Donald Ryner entertained for the soon-to-be-bride, Aug. 12 at her home, 854 S. Elm St. At the first of the parties in Miss Killeen's honor on July 29 guests were office co-workers at the Intra State Telephone Co. Hostesses for the shower in the home of Mrs. Roy Pattison, 1328 Moshier Ave., were Mrs. Pattison, Mrs. Clyde Landon, Mrs. To Reside in Omaha, iVefe. Johnson-Pearson Vows Said rs. Neil Mrs. Harry Thompson Monmouth. Mrs. C. J. Hoben, Mrs. J. P. Hoben, Mrs. J. M. Hoben, Mrs. Terry Hoben, Mrs. Edward Fritzel, Mrs. M. A. Godsil and Miss Sophie Steilen. . , Also, Mrs. Fred Johnson, Miss Roseann Shea, Jeanino, Kathy and Betty Carver, Kirkwood Mrs. Ronald Hogan, Mrs. Kent Jones, Rock Island, Miss Beverly Richards, Mrs Charles Malcolm. OneidJ., Mrs. William Lee, Mrs. Robert Fitch. Also, Mrs. Pat Hogon. Mrs. George Daly, Miss Edna Klmpton, Mrs. Jack Parks, Miss Sadie Woods. Mrs. James Welch, Mrs. Agnes Stromgren, Miss Shirley Evans, Mrs. Howard Hicks, Mrs. Charles Welch, Mrs. Joe Feely Mrs. Paul McKillip, Miss Ann Ritenhouse, Mrs. Karyl McKillip, Mrs. Leo Suliivan, Mrs. Frances Vincent, Mrs. Gladys Moore and Mrs. Mable Misch. Also, Mrs. Raymond Evans, Mrs. Phyllis Farrell, Mrs. Mike Cratty, Mrs. Clarence Sharpe, Miss Helen Little, Mrs. Harvey Brock, Miss Florence Little, Mrs. Gertrude Walter, Mrs. Raymond Holt. Mrs. Fred Jones, Mrs. Harry Burke, Mrs. Ed ward L. Kennedy, Mrs Glen Eng Msh, Mrs. Edna Mae Horn, Miss Frances Pettil'urd, Mrs. Bernard Can- and Mrs. James Burke. Also, Mrs. Joe Mahoney, Mrs. Daniel Gilliam, Mrs. Robert O'Conner, Mrs. Bud Coupland and Mrs. Richard Rcpn, both o' Avon. Miss Freida Roach, . Irs. Bud Johnson, Mrs. Margaret Strublc, Mrs. Kenneth Sargeant, Miss Joan Mattson, Mrs. Edward Shavev and Mrs. James Roberts. Also, Mrs. Paul Starnes, Mrs. William Mills, Miss Judy Bogard, Mrs. Terry John, Mrs. Jule Talbert, Mrs. Ray Jacobs, Mrs. Lavonne Young, Miss Kathy Hicks, Mrs. Cecil Unglesbee, Miss Florence Dowler, Mrs. Bessie Sutton, Miss Tillie Medina. Miss Mildred Peterson, Miss Jeannette Carlson, Miss Kathy Macky. Miss Kris Smith, Miss Joyce Bear , Mis. Edward Hunter and Miss Mary DeVoss. Miss Patricia Link . . . Bridal showers have been giv- | for a 9:30 breakfast on Saturday en for Miss Paricia Link, bride-' : -~ • J elect of Gary Collins, prior to their wedding this weekend at the Abingdon Christian Church. Vows will be exchanged Saturday evening at 7:30 o'clock by the bride- elect, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford E. Link of Abingdon and her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Collins, also of Abingdon. Miss Luellan Burrngton, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Walter Burington, and Miss Sharon Hickey entertained at a miscellaneous bridal shower for Miss Link Tuesday evening, Aug. 27, in their Abingdon home. Contests were held and prizes won by Miss Hrckey and Mrs. David Ray. Gifts were arranged on a table centered with a blue parasol and encircled by blue and white streamers. Refreshments were served in keeping with the selected wedding colors of blue and white. 0 .... , .. r •-• ,? _ u„„*„„c I Louise Sabetti and Miss Romelle Mrs. Carr Ray was the hostess Stanley. morning at her country home near Berwick. The bride-to-be's place was marked with a "kitchen corsage" and tiny baskets were used as nut cups. The colors of blue and white completed the table decorations with arrangements of white flowers in antique blue containers flanking a miniature cast iron stove. The breakfast was served by Mrs. William Verner, Mrs. Charles Head and Mrs. David Ray. Contest prizes were won by Mrs. Leo Hickey and Mrs. Ernest Murray. A basket of kitchen gifts was presented Miss Link by her little niece and nephew, Robin and Mark Ray. Gueil List Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Richard Nelson, Mrs. Edgar Link, Mrs. Gordon Ray. Also, Mrs. Lyle Link, Mrs. Milford Link, Miss Charlotte Moore, Miss Faye Smith, Miss Jody Hus- A ._ Payton, Miss ton, Miss .Marsha Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Linda Lee Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Honick, 219 N. Marion St., Bartlett, and Roger Lee Pearson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford E. Pearson, 905 W. South St., Sunday afternoon in the Bartlett Immanuel United Church of Christ. Rev. Dennis W. Patterson of Lincoln Neb., former pastor of the church, read the ceremony for the couple, who are residing in Omaha, Neb., where the bridegroom will attend Omaha University. Best man was William Munn of Aurora, and ushers included William Simmons and Douglas Polite Jr., both of Galesburg. Organist was Mrs. John Baxman of Bartlett. White roses, bachelor buttons and ivy in a crescent shaped cascade bouquet were carried by the bride to complement her ballerina length white brocade gown. Veiling of imported silk illusion was caught to a small round petalled headpiece of white satin trimmed with pearls and lily-of- the-valley. Mr. Honick gave the bride in marriage. Attendant Miss Ronnie Lovelace, of Bloomingdale, a Knox College classmate of the bride, served as maid of honor. Miss Lovelace carried an old-fashioned nosegay arrangement of yellow and white carnations to accent her yellow ballerina length taffeta dress. Yellow taffeta halo hat with a shoulder length veil completed her costume. Honors at the reception in the church parlors were shared by Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearson (Miss Linda Lee Johnson) Mrs. Frank Suggs, Mrs. Robert Suggs, aunts of the bride, Miss Mary Ann Welch of Cuba, and Miss Joanne Nelson of Chicago. Miss Eileen Gaffney of Bartlett was in charge of the guest book. Hosts for the rehearsal dinner on Saturday at The Spinning Wheel in Hinsdale were the bridegroom's parents. The newlyweds are residing at 3719 Harney in Omaha. Mrs. Pearson, a graduate of Elgin High School, attended Knox College for two years. Mr. Pearson, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Knox College in June, will be in the sociology department where he has an assistantship. On the Knox campus he affiliated with the Sigma Nu fraternity. a Wedding vows of Miss Judith Lynn Fleury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fleury of Redwood Falls, Minn., and Julian Edwards Rosine, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rosine of Monmouth were pledged at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the First Methodist Church in Redwood Falls. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was Rev. C. H. Linden As Miss Dana Worsech, Redwood Falls, organist, presented the prelude guests were seated by ushers Vern Dargel, Gales burg and James Schoeb of St. Peter, Minn. Neil Erickson of Milwaukee, Wis., was best man and Elon Arthur Rosine, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Miss Jealyn Brod of Blue Eartn, Minn., was soloist. Sisters of the bride, Miss Patricia Fleury and Miss Sandra Fleury, both of Redwood Falls, served as maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. Their champagne satin sleeveless dresses had bateau necklines and the bell shaped skirts were trimmed with gold brocade leaves. They wore pillboxes of the same material and carried cascade bouquets composed of a single bronze chrysanthemum encircled with bronze pompons. Walking with her father, who MOTHERS OF TWINS CLUB The Mother's of Twins Club will hold their annual picnic Sunday afternoon at the Lions shelter, Lake Storey at 1 o'clock, rain or shine. Those planning to attend are being asked to bring their own table service. A rneat dish, one covered dish, and a dessert. The Mothers of Twins Club will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock at Leaths furniture. All members are being urged to attend as election of officers will take place at this time. A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gilt Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Maui AAUW The 1963-64 year of the American Association of University Women will open with a picnic at Lincoln Park Pavilion at 6 o'clock Monday evening. All members are being reminded to bring their own table service. eremontf l/Qead *Ylf]ondau NOW OPEN MADALINE'S BTY SHOP I am now back in my old location at 881 MULBERRY ST. Along with Lee Grimes formerly of Lyonels we welcome all old and new customers. Operators: Lee Grimes Madaline Milligan Malmen Phone 343-6713 0 Miss Mary E. Hall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Hall, 1047 W. Berrien St., and Dr. David R. Love, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy J. Love, 167 North Ave., Geneva, Ohio, were married at 5 o'clock Monday afternoon. Officiating at the ceremony in Bethesda Baptist Church read in the presence of members of the immediate families was Rev. Robert E. Morgon. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Williams and Mr. and Mrs. William Cribbs. Mrs. Love, a graduate of San Francisco State College, is a teacher in the Galesburg school system. Dr. Love completed his undergraduate work at Youngstown University and is a graduate of Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa. He will practice in Louisville, Ky. When you are pan-frying food coated with seasoned flour or egg-and-crumbs, use about & cup of fat for a XQ-inch skillet. Attend Convention Mrs. William Worden, Jeanette and Ann, 452 E. Third St., Mrs. William F. Lawson, Jean and Judy, 569 E. Fifth St., and Mrs. Mable Ryan of Galesburg attended the International Twins Convention in Springfield this weekend. While there the group attended the play at New Salem Lodge where Jean and Judy were picked as the youngest twins attending and were featured locally on television. LAKE BRACKEN Winners of high scores in women's bridge games for members of the Knox County Country Club at Lake Bracken Clubhouse Thursday afternoon were Mrs. J. T. King, Mrs. Glenn Gore and Mrs. L. W. Stouffer. Mrs. Charles Bulkeley received the special prize. Committee for the afternoon included Mrs. Kenneth Lane, Mrs. Gale Brock and Mrs. Leroy Heath. gave her in marriage, Miss Fleury carried a cascade arrangement of glamelias, white rosebuds, stephanotis and salad leaves to complement her wedding gown of peau de soie and Alencon lace. Fashioned with bateau neckline, long raglan sleeves and detachable chapel length butterfly train the gown had an Alencon lace panel which extended from the neckline to the hem. A pillbox crown of pearls and crystals held her ballerina length silk illusion veiling. Lighting the candles preceding the ceremony were the bride's brothers, Douglas and David Fleury. Reception At the reception which followed, a four-tiered cake decorated in a heart motif and topped with bronze pompons centered the refreshment table. Serving as hostesses were Mrs. Robert Leach, New Ulm, Minn., and Mrs. Ray Wilson of Spencer, Iowa. Sharing serving honors were Miss Siri Norton, Algona, Iowa, Miss Andy Horbaucher, Redwood Falls, Mrs. William Densinger and Miss Joan Strom, also of Redwood Falls. Miss Janice Grundman of Horton, Minn., invited guests to sign the bride's' book. Following their honeymoon in northern Minnesota and after Sept. 9, the newlyweds will reside at 628 Garfield, Mankato, Minn., where both will be members of the senior class at Mankato State College. The bride was graduated from Redwood Falls High School and attended Hamline University for a year before transferring to Mankato State, where she is a music major. The bridegroom, a Galesburg High School graduate, was graduated from Waldorf Junior College, Forest City, Iowa and is an art major at Mankato State. He is a member of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Grant C. Merillat, 1097 N. Academy St., grandparents of the bridegroom, wera among those attending the wedding. ^\\0rd&s Accepted ^w/ IN ADVANCE OFTICKET OFFICE OPENING! THERE'S NOTHING LIKE SOFT WATER • Foi Luundi y • Foi Bulh • f- oi K itt hen Wilh u n WATER * SOFTENER Galesburg Soft Water Co. Phone 343-9068 175 N. 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