Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 8, 1973 · Page 10
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Friday, June 1,1173 nnounce Miss Elizabeth Ishmael Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ishmael of Monmouth announce the en gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Eliza beth Ann, to Merman ft. Gude* man, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman J. Gudeman of Tuscumbia Mo. Miss Ishmael» a graduate of Monmouth High School and Electronic Computer Program* ming institute, Peoria, is employed in the Data Processing Department, Gardner - Denver Co., Quincy. Her fiance, a graduate of St. Elizabeth High School, St. Elizabeth, Mo., and Linn Technical College, Linn, Mo., is employed as a technician-analyzer for Motorola Inc., Quincy. The wedding wijl be Sept. 15 at St. Francis Catholic Church, Quincy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoemaker, Galva, announce the en* gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Myron Ritchie Townsend, son of Mrs. Forrest Thompson, Gailva, and John I. Townsend, Milan. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galva High School and Black* hawk College, Moline, is employed in the X-Ray Department at Lutheran Hospital, Moline. Her fiance attended Galva High School and Black Hawk East College, Kewanee. He is employed by Pearson Brothers Co., Inc. The couple is planning a July 14 wedding at Messiah Lutheran Church, Galva. All friends and relatives are invited to the 2 p.m. ceremony and reception to follow in the church parlors. Miss Carol Ann Shoemaker The engagement of Miss Rachel Leona Burkiett to Robert Alien Roudebush, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Roudebush, 466 Thompson, Canton, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Burkiett of near Fairview. The bride-elect was graduated from Valley Senior High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Canton Senior High School, Canton, is employed at Caterpillar, Mapleton. Miss Rachel Burkiett Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Rambo, 404 E. Depot St., Knoxville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Linda Mae, to Wil- Mam A. Liniger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman W. Liniger, Knoxville Route 1. The bride-elect and her fiance are graduates of Knoxville High School. Miss Rambo is employed at Protexall and her fiance is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. The couple is planning a December wedding. Miss Linda Rambo Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Jensen rf Alexis announce the engagement of their daughter, Gail, to Rob Loquist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Loquist of North Henderson. Miss Jensen, a graduate of Jexis High School, is employed by the National Bank of Monmouth. Her fiance, also a graduate of Alexis High School, is employed by the Alexis Fire Department. Vows will be exchanged Saturday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m. ait the Gerlaw Christian Church. AH friends and relatives are invited to attend. Miss Gail Jensen Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Postin, Prairie City, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Connie Eileen, to Richard Dawdy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delwin Dawdy of near Avon. Miss Postin was graduated from Bushnell High School. Her fiance, who served a tour of duty with the Navy, was graduated from Gladstone-Oquawka High School. Both are employed at Vaughn and Bushnell Manufacturing Co., Bushnell. The couple will be married June 23 at 2:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church, Bushnell. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Announce Daughters Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Robert K. Wil son of Blandinsville announce the engagement of their daughter, Gloria Kay, to Marvin E, Utsinger of DeKalb, son of Glenn Utsinger of Avon and the late Mrs. Utsinger. Miss Wilson, a graduate of Northwestern High School, is a senior at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Her fiance, a graduate of Avon High School, received his bachelor and master degrees from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. He's employed by the State of Illinois in the Land Reclamation Division of the Department of Mines and Minerals. A July 28 wedding is being planned. Light Touch Keep the make-up touch light, especially for daytime when the sun exposes facial hair that too much make-up accentuates. Who Has The Most Jr. Pants LESLIE'S Yea! LESLIE'S Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones of Galva announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Teresa, to Tabie Hopping, son of Mrs. Ted Hopping of Galva and the late Mr. Hopping. The bride-elect and her fiance were graduated from Galva High School. Mr. Hopping is employed at Walworth in Kewanee. The couple is planning an Aug. 5 wedding. Miss Teresa Jones President Entertains Woman's Club Board Mrs. Robert P. Thompson, president of the Galesburg Woman's Club, entertained the Board of Directors of the club at a luncheon, Wednesday at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Following the luncheon, a business session was called to order by the president. Board members presented chairmen and committee members. Aside from regular business and standing committee work, time was given to the club's participation in the local recycling program and environmental responsibility in the community. LADIES AUXILIARY Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars 2257 will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Lodge, 74 N. Chambers St. Marge's Beauty Salon 795 S. Chamber* — Phone 343-7930 JUNE SPECIAL FROST - $ 12 50 OPEN EVENINGS . . . FOUR STYLISTS AVAILABLE Walk Ins Welcome Plus Tontr Ritual of Jewel Pins at Meeting Mrs. Terry Galloway, Mrs. Robert Clark and Mrs. Mike Harrison received the Ritual of Jewel pins Thursday when Rho Mu Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met in the home of Mrs. Ralph Harig, 102 Lakeview Dr. Mrs. Herbert Lindsay, president, presided. Several committee reports were given. Officers elected were Mrs. Richard Bline, president; Mrs. RusselJ Tracy, vice president; Mrs. Mike Harrison, recording secretary; Mrs. Jack Moore, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Robert Clark, treasurer; Mrs. Lindsay, city council representative, and Mrs. Clark as alternate. Mrs. Harig presented the evening's program on the highlights from "Conduct, Expression and Purpose," the sorority's pro gram book. She later led a discussion with the members. Refreshments were served from a lace-covered table centered with yellow roses. MOTHERS OF TWINS Mothers of Twins Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of Home Savings and Loan Assn. Members of area cfcibs and grandmothers of twins will be guests. Marc Franson will give the program, entitled "People to People." Work Featured At Civic Art Center The Galesburg Civic Art Center presents a series of 18 wood and canvas constructions by Phyllis Stringer of Rockford, this exhibit is being sponsored by Bixby-Zimmer Engraving Company of Abingdon. Mrs. Stringer, a graduate of the University of Illinois, who studied with Ralph Arnold, now is with the Art Department of Barat College. She teaches art at Jefferson High School, Rock Valley College, and the Burpee Art Museum. She has won numerous awards and recognition for her constructions and her work is part of the permanent collection of Augustana College, Belpit College and the First National Bank of Rockford. She was invited to participate in "Women 71" at Northern University, DeKalb last year. Mrs. Stringer, a practicing artist during her adult life, found her interest was in the surface of her canvases. She experimented with collage, the overlapping of various materials on a surface. "I began to concentrate using wood as my college medium, then I started to recess the canvas portion of my paintings and secure polished or sculptured wood onto the frame of the painting. Which was no longer a painting, but a construction," remarked Mrs. Stringer. While Mrs. Stringer's work uses both representational and abstract themes, her consistancies are excellent craftsmanship, subdued color and superb design. Fred Rathgeber prepared this exhibit for display. Phyllis Stringer's constructions will occupy Gallery I through June 30. . The Civic Art Center is located at 114 E. Main St. Gallery hours are 11:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Randall Rimington (Miss Linda Knox) ^J^nox-^Lntinc^ton IJowd £xcliancj,ecl Tike Maquion Unfed Metoidiist Church was fflhe scene of the wedding iSaltetday olf Miss Linda Eileen Knox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waiter B. Kmox, Maquion, laod RiainicMJ Todd Rtoiington, stom of Mr. amid Mrs. Wlfireld E. IRAmiinigta, 647 Bastaor Dr., Prineelton. Nuipfttalls were eofanniized ait 7 p.m. BIS Rev. Oaraoi Ochsner read the double ring ceremony| -'— for the couple. As Mrs. James Rimington played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Mark Patterson, Dennis Rushing and Scott Cisel, all of Elmwood, who also served as groomsmen. James Rimington, Elmwood, was soloist, and also J3S onore WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Women of the Moose will install officers Saturday evening at 7 p.m. at the Moose Lodge. Anima Misa, AFS student from Ghana, who has been at Galesburg High School during the past year, was honored at a picnic given by the AFS Chapter on Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ned Brown, chairman of the event, was assisted by Mrs. H. Spencer Prough. Following the picnic supper, remembrance gifts were presented to Anima by Mrs. Harold Canada, president of the adult AFS Chapter and Peterfamily. Anderson, president of the stu dent AFS Chapter. Miss Misa spoke of her appreciation to the Chapter for her year in Galesburg. Honored with gifts of appro ciation were Mr. and Mrs. Truman Duke, 518 W. Brooks, and Anima's host sister, Tonya Duke, with whom Anima has made her home this year and to whom she paid tribute in her farewell speech at Commencement. Each spoke briefly about the year's experience as a host About People, Places . . . Members of the Galesburg High School Class of 1915 assembled at the Holiday Inn, June 5 for a 58th anniversary reunion. This class held its 50th anniversary reunion in 1965, its 55th anniversary in 1970 and it was at this meeting it was voted to have an annual dinner on the first Tuesday of June every year. Activities began, in the lobby of .the inn ait 5 p.m. with visiting and reminiscing. The scrapbook of snapshots and notes from members Who were unable to attend the 50th reunion was displayed. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. to 37 members and friends. Dr. Floyd Tracy acted as master of ceremonies. He paid tribute to the class members and a teacher who had passed away since the last meeting. He introduced the two teachers who had been on the faculty when the class was in school, Miss Mary Page and Mrs. Inez Goodsell Heubner. They responded. Of the 156 members in the Class of 1915, 24 attended this dinner and all but four were from this local area. They were Wayne Dodds, Lee, Fla., who attends every year; Frank Johns, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Violet Lambie, Kenosha, Wis., and Mrs. Mable Brook, Tinley Park. Prizes were awarded to both Wayne Dodds and Frank Johns for traveling the farthest (1,000 miles), to Mrs. Clyde Stack house of Cambridge for the most great-grandchildren and to Gilbert Herriman of Rio for the most grandchildren. Co-chairmen, Mrs. Florence Larson and Mrs. Gene Ramsey were introduced. Plans are under way for a gala affair at the 60th reunion r ^ l r ) \„ lAiV ! », . to Pilot Club will meet Monday Mrs. Grace Elliott and Miss at 6:45 P m a * club 19 f ° r di "" Vernice Trone wiil be c <K5hair -i ner meeting, ihose wishing to men for the dinner on June 7 J cancel reservations may call 1974 jMrs. T. V. Szerlong, 1684 N. I Kellogg St. no later than Sunday Three School District 2051 evening. teachers have been selected Outstanding Elementary Teachers of America for 1973. They are Mrs. Ted Szerlong, a teacher at Rose Hoben Welch School; Miss Marilyn Johnson, a teacher at Allen Park School, and Mrs. L. D. Markham, a teacher at L. T. Stone School. The women, nominated by their principals, were selected on the basis of professional and civic achievements. The local winners are now eligible to compete for the Outstanding Elementary Teacher of the Year Award trophy. Five $500 unrestricted grants will be awarded to the schools represented by America's five outstanding elementary instructors. O. Anderson Will Celebrate 8()th Birthday Oscar Anderson, 274 Garfield Ave., will celebrate his 80th birthday Sunday at a party in his honor from 2 to 5 p.m. at his home. Mr. Anderson was born June 12, 1893 in Sweden. He came to Galesburg in 1923 and has worked in construction the past 50 years. tear cwv president Jack Olmstead, president of the Tri-County Mental Health Association, presented the talk on "Mental Health Awareness" for members of Church Women United at the Thursday morning meeting in the social rooms of the Covenant Church. Members cf the church were the hosts for the coffee hour preceding the meeting. Mr. Olmstead, introduced by Mrs. Mary Gatlin, program chairman, spoke of "our concern for others," as he presented a history of the organization formed in 1963, which later included Knox, Henderson and Warren counties. The association was formed to educate and inform people through schools of concern such as Warren County Achievement school or Sunnyside School. The speaker also spoke of Bridgehouse. Mrs. Olmstead, president, described the project, "House of Peace" which includes the building of a home in Saigon, as a token of long range committ­ ment to reconciliation and rehabilitation in Vietnam. During the business meeting Mrs. John Griffith reported on the clothing drive of May 21, when 2439 pounds of clothing; ies pounds of soap; 17 finished quilts; 157 pieces of children's clothing and six layettes were contributed by members of Galesburg churches. Reports were given on the Church Women United assembly in Princeton recently by Mrs. Gatlin, Mrs. Edith Close, Mrs. John Ankcrsen, Mrs. Robert Rylander and Mrs. Olmstead. A gift of appreciation was also given Peter Anderson, Americans Abroad returnee, for helping to further the program. He introduced the new officers of the AFS student Chapter as follows: Sandy Brown, president; Julie Ubben, vice - president, Beverly Holmes, secretary; Bob Butts, treasurer, and Lisa Pearson, finance chairman. Sandy Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brown of rural Galesburg, leaves later this month for a summer in Italy as an AFS scholar in the Americans Abroad program. Julie Ubben, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ubben, is a finalist in this program also but has not yet been assigned. Plight bags were presented the girls. Future plans for AFS include the welcoming of Adriana Rosa Kaplan of Rosario, Argentina who will be spending the 197374 school year in Galesburg with her host family, Dr. and Mrs. William Kamp, 1950 N. Broad. Mrs. Kamp told of letters received from the student and her family. Ray Franson, incoming president, introduced the following officers and chairmen for next year: Mrs. Raymond Anderson, vice-president; Mrs. Louis Ubben, secretary; Mrs. William Main Byram, treasurer; William Goodwin, American Abroads chairman; Mrs. Raymond Anderson, Home Selection chairman; Mrs. Harold Canada, Family-Chapter Liaison; Mrs. Grace Kraft, faculty advisor; Mrs. Ned Brown, publicity; Miss Virginia Hinchliff, projects chairman, and Mrs. Byram, speech co-ordinator. Mr. Goodwin, American Abroads, Chairman, suggested that students who will be juniors in High School consider applying for the Americans Abroad program in the fall. A musical program was presented by Mary Holt and Sandy Dodson. best man for his brother. Jerry Ahlrich, Decatur, was guitarist and groomsman. The bride, given in marriage by her father, carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses, gypsophiia and white daisies with matching streamers as a complement to her empire organza gown. Narrow band® of Venice lace accented the front and hem of her A-line skirt. Full, sheer bishop sleeves were gathered to fitted cuffs ap- pliqued in Venice lace, which also trimmed her portarit neckline and raised waistline. A cathedral length mantilla train- veil completed the look. Her mantilla illusion veil in two layers was caught to an open crown pillbox and bordered in Venice lace. Attendants Miss Marilyn Knox, Pontiac, was maid of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Debra Lamb, Wilmington, Miss . Jane Little, Knoxville, Miss Rita Nichols, Maquon, and Miss Debra Hotchkiss, Knoxville. The honor attendant selected a white and maize gown of dacron and cotton voile, and white picture hat with maize ribbon. She carried a basket of yellow and white daisies. The bridesmaids were in identically styled gowns and hats of aqua and white. Each carried baskets of yellow, aqua and white daisies. Angela Rimington, Elmwood, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl, and Curtis Smith, Elmwood, the bride's cousin, was ringbearer. A reception was held in the church parlors following the ceremony. Serving honors were given Mrs. Charles Westbay Miss Beth Yemm, both of Knoxville; Miss Susan Smith and Miss Jeanne Smith, the bride's cousins, Elmwood. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Raymond Mosher, Elmwood; Mrs. Dale (Continued on Page 11) Wolf sies Inc. Golesburg's Only Authorized WHITE & ELNA SEWING MACHINE Dealer for SALES & SERVICE READ THE WANT ADS! BILL POYNER SAIES & CARPET INSTALLATIONS JUNE SALE NOW Come & See Where We Do Our Best You . . . 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