Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 12, 1963 · Page 9
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lY\uplia$6 Solemnized ,«Jlt i^uslineii dkurclt Mi96 Margaret Ann Cotter, daughter of Mrs. Hugh Cott«r, «25 Dean St., Bushnell formerly of Avon and William Bernard Schreck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schreck, Roseville, were married at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, Aug. 31, in St. Bernards Church in Bushnell. Rev. Heinic Ciecielski I officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Shirley Cortelyou was organist and accompanied herself as she sang the solos. The bride, given in marriage by her uncle, Howard Cotter of Flanagan, wore a gown of white crystal face taffeta with a heel skirt. The bodice was lace over taffeta with long tapered sleeves which came to points at the wrist. The scalloped neckline was trimmed with crystal sequins and seed pearls. An inset of colonial scalloped lace was held at the waistline by a large satin bow, then fell into a chapel train. Her short bouffant veil of silk illusion was held in place by a double queens crown of lace decorated with seed pearls and aurora borealis. She carried a silk handkerchief previously carried by 34 brides in the bridegrooms family. Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and feathered carnations. Miss Mary Ann Schreck, sister of the groom was maid of honor. She wore a street length sheath of silk brocade of sid violet with cap sleeves and detachable overskirt. A matching pillbox hat held a veil of illusion. Her bouquet was white feathered carnations and violet colored asters. Miss Mary Jane Cotter, sister Want Personal Advic* Write To P. ennif Own Galesburg's Penny for your thoughts appears every Tuesday and Friday in the Galesburg Register-Mail of the bride, was bridesmaid. Her dress, accessories and bouquet were identical to that of the maid of honor. Miss Jean Schreck, niece of the bridegroom was flower girl. Mike Schreck, nephew of the bridegroom was ringbearer. John Schreck, best man and James Schreck groomsman, both were brothers of the bridegroom. Ushers were Don St. Ledger and Ken Anderson, cousins of the bridegroom. Reception A reception was held in the dining hall of St. Bernard 's Church after the ceremony. Miss Linda Carr of Avon, Miss Susan Lillie of Galesburg and Mrs. Barbara Long of Avon were given honors. Miss Ann Evans of Bushnell presided at the guest book. Mrs. Larry Marshall and Mrs. Patty Sholl and Miss Hiel had charge of the gifts. The bride, a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, attended Brown 's Business College at Galesburg. She has recently been employed at the Farm Bureau office in Macomb. The bridegroom, a graduate of Avon High School, attended Western Illinois University. He will begin his junior year at the University of Illinois this fall. He is majoring in vocational agriculture. He is affiliated with Alpha Gamma Rho, agricultural fraternity. Following a short wedding trip the couple will reside in Lincoln Trailer Court in Urbana. Mr. and Mrt. William B. Schreck (Mtaa Margaret Ann Cotter) For Long-Leggers Short-legged girls shouldn't try to wear the new high boots. There are other boots around that are better proportioned for them and they'll still be in fashion. MOTC Elects Officers; Hears Harmony Group Mrs. James Anderson, president of Mothers of Twins Club, conducted Monday evening's meeting in the Bamboo Room of Leaths Furniture Store, when officers for the coming year were elected. Chosen to serve during 1963 -'64 was Mrs. Forrest Dexter, president, who will be assisted by Mrs. Charles W. Anderson, first vice president; Mrs. James Clevenger, second vice president; Mrs. George Barton, recording secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Whitsell, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Ardo Peterson, treasurer. Members were reminded to place their reservations for the installation banquet in October with Mrs. Roger Boland by Sept. 25. During the social hour Mrs. Esther DeWeese introduced the barbershop harmony quartet, the Melody Mrs., who entertained with a group of songs. The four women singers were Mrs. Owen Buck, Mrs. Don Gassick, Mrs. Mike Davison and Mrs. Howard Tolley. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Richard Wignall and Mrs. Charles W. Anderson. Paris Inspired Fashions J-iiami iii.r« inrigiiiMi In a Feature Group at under... "Three" New York Stylists Moke Selections Mrs. Wayne Lynch Lynn Colin Doloris Forr These Nationally known stylists have spent days making selections for our Fashion First gathering of Paris inspired dresses for American women. Dresses that are so adaptable for either daytime or evening wear—just a change of accessories. Wools, crepes, prints, knits in all their beauty. Dresses with your kind of fashion that will fit into your way of life. Dresses in regular and custom sizes. Look for the green tickets of under $20.00. Fur Collars for That Favorite Coat or Suit Kellogg*s Houit of Fashion —- says — Just Say CHARGE IT Purple Plutns^ (Coninucd from page fi) inches or a square pan of equivalent size, spreading evenly. Topping: Idaho fresh purple plums, 10 or more \f2 cup granulated sugar 1/3 cup flour Vz teaspoon cinnamon ] /i cup soft butter Cut purple plums in half and remove seed. Then cut halves once lengthwise. Arrange quartered plums on their sides in desired pattern over top of batter. Mix together topping ingredients, using a fork. Sprinkle over top of plums and batter. Bake at 375 degrees F, (a moderately quick oven) about 35 minutes, or until a cake tester inserted in the center comes out clean. Make sure the batter under the plums is baked through. Cut in wedges or squares in the pan, removing with a wide spatula. Serve hot with forks. Provide butter to be slathered on by those who may like it, though it really isn't needed! This will make 6 to 8 servings. The taste of the purple plums cooked atop this coffee cake is so different from that of the uncooked sliced-in-a-bowl plums that you'll hardly know it's the same fruit! Demonstrates Floral Design For HEA Unit Ted Ferris of Anderson Florists demonstrated the arranging of both fresh and dried flowers for members of Lombard Homemakers Extension Unit at this week's meeting in the home of Mrs. Clem Bellinger at Lake Bracken. Mrs. Virgil Elliott was co-hostess. Talking as he did the flower arrangements, Mr. Ferris mentioned three things to consider in creating a floral design—line, color and quality. He showed how effective just one flower arranged with a little greenery can be, and cautioned against using too many kinds of blooms, a practice which can lead to confusion. He noted that fruits make a nice addition of color to fall arrangements. Mrs. Ben Sanford conducted the business session. Guests present were Mrs. M. R. Babbitt, Mrs. Dorothy Bayaert, Mrs. Carl Johnson, Mrs. J. Liston, Mrs. Max Mathers, Mrs. LeRoy Morris, Mrs. Alice Neilson, Mrs. James Riley, Mrs. Richard Hallberg and Mrs. D. I. Suydam. An arrangement of dried flowers presented as a prize was received by Mrs. Kenneth Holmes. Refreshments were served at the evening meeting by Mrs. Bellinger and Mrs. Elliott. FHA Chapter Outlines '63 Activities Galesburg Chapter of the Future Homemakers of America had its organitational meeting Tuesday evening with Peggy Hennenfent presiding. Items of business included the announcement that FHA girls would again be trained to work at the Red Cross Blood Center and Maureen Murphy, chairman, asked for volunteers. Chairman of the finance committee announced that money to finance the organization would be earned by cup cake sales after school each Wednesday, and by the sale of FHA cookbooks. It was also slated that plans are being made by the projects chairman for a fashion tour of the downtown stores and also for a merchants style show. Other announcements included Officers Training School for Section 9, to be Sept. 18, from 4 to 6:30 o'clock at Northwestern High School at Sciota. Kris Skillman, Section 9 projects chairman with nine officers from the Galesburg Chapter will attend. A Red Cross cookie committee for September 16 was selected. Several members were asked to help with the next meeting, the Kick-off Weiner Roast to be at the home of Kris Skillman Sept. 23 at 6 o'clock. Other announcements were of the election of two sophomore representatives in November and the date for the family night potluck to be Oct. 8. Gafesburfl Register- Ma if, ..fojesburfl, lit, Thursday, Sepf. |2, 1963 9 State Official Is Guest Members and guests of St. Cecilia Court 251, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters were entertained at a potluck dinner Tuesday evening, at Corpus Christi Social Center. Table appointments and settings were in keeping with a fall theme. The potluck dinner was served by Mrs. Dale Johnson and Mrs. Howard Risen, co-chairmen, assisted by Mrs. Rosanne McHravy, Mrs. Maurice Godsil, Mrs. H. P. Scurry, Mrs. Cleo Trent, Mrs. Viola Haller, Miss Eleanor Hinman, Mrs. Edna Gustafson, Mrs. W. P. Moran, Miss Phyllis Watson, Mrs. P. R. Samuelson and Mrs. Matt Onderko. A business meeting was conducted during which Mrs. Florence Welch of Chicago, high treasurer, informed the members of various new forms of insurance available and- pointed out current requisites for membership. Mrs Josephine Rickards was presented with a gold rosary and 50-year membership pin by Mrs. Welch. Mrs. Mary Roegiers of Moline, was spokesman in behalf of their group attending as guests. Following the meeting, Mrs. Dale Johnson presented pictures and commentary of a recent trip to Europe. Attendance awards were given to Mrs. Dorothy McNulty of Moline, also Mrs. C. C. Kirkman, Mrs. Nora Hambsch, Mrs. Floyd Burrell and Miss Alice O'Brien. • Wedding • Anniversary • New Home • Birthday • Just To Be Nice We Have the Gift and Card for Vou to Give GIVE-A-GIFT WEBERS 149 E. Main Free Dress Sale Friday and Saturday Buy One at Regular Price Get One of Equal Price or Less —• FREE. One Special Group of Summer and Early Fall Dresses —- offered in this Free Dress Sale. About fifty dresses in all. All new fresh stock. Regular and half sizes. Kellogg's for Bargains Wm. Adams & Sons England and we - a - ^fift of Galesburg PROUDLY PRESENTS Empress (Formerly Weber's) $|00 DOWN $| 00 A WEEK ^^^^^^^^^ Empress Ironstone This beautiful Empress shape is produced from the Original Moulds that are over 100 years old. This White Ironstone Dinnerware has such a simplicity of design it can be used as Early American or Modern. Empress comes in pure white, blue and white or brown and white. Gleaming White Empress Ironstone SPECIAL FOR LIMITED TIME 50 Piece Sets Serves 8 In White - Reg. 39.50 ... SAVE $10.55 50 Piece Sets Serves 8 In Colors - Reg. 49.95 ALL SETS OPEN STOCK SAVE $16.45 SETS INCLUDE; • 8 Dinner Plat«i • 8 Salad Plates • 8 Bread and Butter Plates • 8 Fruit Plates • 8 Cups • 8 Saucers • 1 Bowl • 1 Platter we -a - 149 East Main Street (Formerly Weber's) Phone 342-1417 \

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