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Mies Sheila I)avls... Carrying n cAscnde bmiquet of pink Sweetheart roses nnd gypsophilfi, Miss Sheila Mario Davis, selected an ivory organza gown fashioned with a scoop neckline framed with ruffled lace for her marriage to Ken* dal Lee Myers, A wide band of deep ivory Chantilly lace outlined In ruffled lace encircled tho Waist and trimmed the short pouf sleeves of the gown, Tho softly gathered skirt, with Its sweep train, was trimmed with lace and edged at the hemline witli the ruffled lace. Her illusion veiling was caught to a Camolot hat of ruffled Val lace. Rev. Kenneth Shultz of the Congregational Church In Abingdon read the double ring ceremony Saturday at 2 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton M. Stcgall, 110 N. Main St., Abingdon, and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Myers, 211 Knox St., Abingdon, at the bride's home. Preceding Miss Davis, Who was given in marriage by her father, was Mrs. Russell Skinner, matron of honor. Mr. Skinner was best man. A reception was held for the couple at the Congregational Church in Abingdon following the ceremony. After a wedding trip to Peoria, the newly weds will reside at Gerard Street, Abingdon. Mrs. Myers is studying practical nursing at Carl Sandburg Junior College. Her husband attended Carl Sandburg College and is employed at Gale Products. Miss Krupps- (Continued From Page 8) packets by Miss Jacque Schultz of Denver, Colo. After a wedding trip to Acapulco, Mex., and Aug. 25, the couple will reside at 502 S. Osteopathy, Kirksville, Mo. Mrs. Downing, a graduate of Knox College, is attending Northeast Missouri State University, Kirksville, Mo., where she is working towards her master's degree. Her husband, also a graduate of Knox College, attended Utah State University, and is now a student at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine and Surgery. He's a member of Phi Delta Theta fraternity. WHO HAS THE Most Misses Pant Tops LESLIE'S LESLIE'S Mr. and Mrs. Kendal Myers (Miss Sheila Dnvfs) Select Wedding Date Miss Elizabeth Boccard . . . Rev. Kenneth W. Goodell read the single ring ceremony for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth J. Boccard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Boccard, 876 Bittersweet Dr., Northbrook, and John M. Healey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Healey, 1557 S. Seminary St., Saturday at 7:30 p.m. at Faith United Methodist Church. Attendants were Miss Denise M. Mulry, maid of honor, Buffalo, N.Y., and G. Cushen Copeland, best man, Montrose, Colo. Guests were seated by Dan Healey, 1557 S. Seminary St., and Dennis M. Boccard, Evanston. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was in an empire gown of Mexican lace, fashioned with' long sleeves. She wore flowers in her hair and carried a bouquet of white daisies. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside in Knoxville after a wedding trip to St. Louis, Mo., and June 13. Mrs. Healey recently finished her sophomore year at Knox College. Her husband is a graduate of Knox College and is employed at Admiral. They plan to attend the University of Iowa, Iowa City, in the fall. Miss Judith Frisk... Cambridge Lutheran Church was the scene of the wedding for MIM Judith Odessa Frisk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Frisk of near Kewanec, and Joseph Baamonde Jr. of Peoria, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Baamonde Sr., of Tampa, Fla., on Saturday, Rev. Robert ,E. Van de Ven read the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. for the couple, who are on a wedding trip to Florida and the Bahamas. Best man was Mark Moreno of Tampa, Fla., cousin of the bridegroom. Guests were seated by Robert Bucko, Philadelphia, Pa., Joseph T. Vaith III, San Francisco, Calif., Kurt and Keith Frisk, Ackley, Iowa, cousins of the bride. Groomsmen Included Steve Mattix, Ottawa, Judson and Charles Frisk, Ackley, Iowa, cousins of the bride. Miss Donna Fleming of Dubuque, Iowa, was the maid of honor and Miss Nancy Schwartz, Gettysburg, Pa., Miss Carol Newman, Cambridge, and Miss Miss Beverly Thurman andj'RIta Fleming, Oskaloosa, Iowa, Golesburg Register-Moil, Galesburg, Monday, June 11, .!??3.,? Wedding Will Be June 17 Mr. nnd Mrs. Edward C. Bevill, Bethel, Mo., announce the enagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Linda Fay, to Dan Emerson Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Dunn of Dahinda, The wedding will be June 17 at 3 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, northeast of Shelbyville, Mo. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception. Mr. Dunn, a graduate of Williamsfield High School, is em- Iployed as an electrical tech- ion j. By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) - The fashion message for fall and winter Is "think big". Big shapes to the clothes are the big news, especially in oversized versions of all-time favorites such as the sweater sets, caftans, the trenchcoats, tents, sweeping evening coats, the big amounts of fur trims, inician at Motorola Tension, especially the long-haired foxes Quincy. Miss Rosenherry- (Continued From Page 8) Richard Smith, whose engage rnent was announced In March, have selected June 30 as their wedding date. Vows will be pledged at 2 p.m. at .Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Thurman, 125 Indiana Ave., and Bill Thurman of Rosevllle, and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. l£0 Smith, 937 Locust St. Miss Evans- (Continued From Page 8) Mrs. Joseph Baamonde Jr. (Miss Judith Frisk) gold gown. Each had matching bow bands with veiling and car' ried bouquets of white daisies. Lewis Rosenbery was best man. Groomsman was Larry Peck. Melissa Sue Hopping was flower girl, and William E. Hopping, ringbearer, both of East Galesburg. A reception was held for the couple in the church following the ceremony. Mrs. David Hopping, East Galesburg, and Mrs. Harry Hopping shared serving honors. Miss Christine Shaner was at the guest book. The newlyweds will reside near Galesburg alter June 11. They plan to take a honeymoon trip this summer to Missouri. Mrs. Stier is a graduate of Knoxville High School. Her husband attended Knoxville High School and completed his education in the U.S. Navy. He is employed at Galesburg Malleable Co. bridesmaids Miss Frisk, given in marriage by her father, selected a gown of white voile and Venice lace. Lace trimmed the empire bodice and high neckline of the gown, with its controlled skirt styled with wide hemline ruffle. The same trim also was used on the detachable chapel length train. Fingertip illusion veiling was caught to a Camelot headpiece. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which |followed at the church. After June 25 the couple will! reside in Peoria. | A graduate of Parsons Col-; lege, Fairfield, Iowa, Mrs. Baamonde Jr. is a substitute teacher. Her husband, also a graduate of Parsons College, Fairfield, Iowa, where he was a member of Theta Chi fraternity, is a sales representative for Mallinckrodt C h e m i c a 1 j Works. Salon 8 and 40 Elects Officers Members of Knox County Salon 8 and 40 elected new officers Wednesday evening at a meeting at the American Le Rebecca Klein, Cascade, Iowa, and Miss Barbara Baughman, Milledgeville, bridesmaids, in pink polyester satin dresses with avocado ribbon accent for ths floral chiffon overlay of the skirt, carried single pomp mum. Each had matching picture hats. Pink and avocado streamers with gypsophila were the accent for the bride's colonial bouquet of pink roses, carnations and pomps, which she carried as she Walked with her father, who gave her in marriage. Crystal pleated organza, . „ , L T and peau d'ange lace appliques Home - Mr f - R <*f 1 J°.wson „„«wT~i fk„ "-fas* »«.,.mn«!will serve as le petit chapeau; Mrs. Donald Standard, le demi BSP Chapter Hosts Breakfast Xi Alpha Gamma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi hosted a breakfast held on Saturday at Lake Storey. Guests were members of Gamma Rho, Nu Epsilon, Omicron Theta and Rho Mu chapters. Homemade coffee cakes were served along' with juice and coffee. Plans were made for a City Council salad supper to be held July 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Lake Slcrey. SWEET ADELINES Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will hold a guest night and rehearsal Tuesday evening | in the conference room on the j lower level at Galesburg Cot- Itage Hospital. Registration for I guests will be from 7:45 to 8 p.m. Rehearsal will be at 8 p.m. and lynxes. But don't stop dieting. The idea is that the big clothes are crafted to make the woman look fragile by comparisons. It's that old optical illusion at work. Proportion is everything, so the style makers say the shape must be followed through with the right accessories and the right colors. Yes, this means that the big, chunky platform shoes, the bulky jewelry will go into the new season too. Think big sleeves, blousons, broader shoulders, shawl wrap collars, exaggerated turtlenecks and evening cloaks with yards of fabric. This forecast comes from the New York Couture Business Council, which today began a series of showings of the new collections of ready-to-wear and accessories. It's the council's 61st national "Press Week", a semi-annual event for some 200 visiting reporters. When the council series ends Thursday, the editors will bus Anyone interested in learning: to Spring Lake, N.J., for a look imore about Sweet Adelines will |at msn's fall fashions, courtesy i be welcomed as a guest. |of the Men's Fashion Association of America. Then it's back outlined tha, p:rtrait neckline and formed \hz cuffs of the white organza wedding gown fashioned with long sleeves. Lace appliques encircled the waistline and formed a redingote effect on the A-line silhouette skirt with crystal pleating marking tha hemline of the dress. Lace outlined ths chapel petit chapeau premier; Mrs. Bert Empson, le demi petit chapeau deuxiene; Mrs. Howard Sornberger, l'archiviste; Mrs. Earl Carter, l'amonier; and Mrs. Mark Dredge, le concierge. Mrs. Kenneth Breuer, Mrs Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Lefort of Cameron will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. They were married on June 13, 1948 by the Rev. Faye Willey in Cameron. They are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. George (Peggy) Sprout of Monmouth, and two sons, Steve and Dave, both living at home. They also have one grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Lefort were honored by their children at a dinner held at Jumer's Restaurant in Peoria on Sunday and a party hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Rose and Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Sprout that same evening. NEWCOMERS CLUB CLASS 1948 The planning meeting for the'for Galesburg High School Class of 1948 reunion will be this evening at 7:30 p.m. at Holiday !lnn. The reunion will be June J30, beginning at' 2 p.m., with a i buffet dinner being served at 6 p.m. to New York Monday, June 18, another week of women's wear collections from the American Designers Group. Perishable Poultry Poultry is perishable and should be handled and cooked with care. If fresh, use within lone to two days. Fresh poultry ithat won't be used quickly ! should be frozen right away, land once thawed it should be icooked promptly. I Check caulking around doors and windows. Look for cracks VIOLET CHAPTER Violet Chapter, Order of the] The Newcomers Club Antique\ or small missing pieces. Test it _ w „ Eastern Star, will convene,g rou p w JU mee t Tuesday atjhere and there with a screw- Dean"soper "andMrsrBeVt Hand (Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Ma- ^ p m ; at the nome of Mrs jdriver. If it is brittle and falls length illusion veiling caught tojgj fo^^^U?* mtetinT William Johansen, RR 3, Hick-'"" J. C. CERAMICS ANNOUNCES CERAMIC CLASSES For Children and Adults Oradei 4 fhru 6 Hart Wed., June 13 - 1 to 3 PM Gradei 7 and up ilart Fri., June 15 - 1 to 3 P.M. Aduli Beglnnen lessons start June 21 - 7 lo 11:30 A.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. CALL FOR REGISTRATION 342-7413 892 E. BROOKS ST. a Camelot hat. Hostess for the reception which followed at the church was Mrs. Richard Bishop of Monmouth. Honors were accorded Mrs. Wendell Roller of Monmouth, Mrs. Marvis Wunder of Laurens, Iowa, Mrs. Jennie Caldwell and Miss Marcia Olson, b:th of Monmouth. Miss Ryan- (Contlnued From Page 8) WOMEN OF THE MOOSE i Women of the Moose will jmeet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the I Moose Lodge. cry Knolls. Members are ask- jed to call Mrs. Harold Strat- moen, RR 3, Hickory Knolls, for reservations or cancellations. out, scrape it away. Apply new. READ THE WANT ADS! edged the chapel length veiling caught to a Camelot type cap! r, , . „ of lace. busliwn rrogress Felicitations were offered to With fashion trends having! the couple at a reception which!progressed beckward to the. After a wedding trip, the cou-jfollowed at the church. Miss;' 40s - 11 1S on 'y a matter of timej pie will reside at 569 N. Broad|Paula Bodenhamer of St. Au-| before f he y,[n cn tn eir way back gustine and Miss Bobbijean Pierce of Abingdon, who presented the guests with rice pack-! ets, were also at the guest book, j Gifts were arranged by Miss i Sigma Nu Nursing sorority,!Chris Oyler of St. Augustine,! e trawberries arp an Pxrp ]i Pn t! Mrs. Hanson is employed at Miss Tina Baker of-Clifton. Mrs ; [J ^^SmtoC ^Xl -r »•-- i 1.. ce » Mr. Hanson, also employed at Miss Debbie Strums of Bur- Wolfsies Inc. I St., until fall when they will reside at Des Moines, Iowa. A graduate of Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa, where she was a member of Alpha up to the '50s and pony tails, gray flannel skirts with pink poodles, and letter sweaters again for the younger set. Don't say you haven't been warned. Golesburg's Only Authorized WHITE & ELNA SEWING MACHINE Dealer for 1 SALES & SERVICE Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Richard Reed of Rosevill .2 and ,of"the berrlcaToWins "only" 55 *^5?^±^^!!*L__J^~P ca'ories. , READ THE WANT ADS! Galesburg Cottage Hospital, is lington, Iowa, a pharmacy student at Drake? After a wedding trip, the! University, Des Moines, Iowa, j couple will reside near Gales-! burg. j Mrs. DeJaynes was graduated; from Avon High School and her 1 husband, from Abingdon High ^ School. He's employed at Briggs ^Manufacturing, Abingdon. + LET'S OO • IS Day Tour to Nova Scotia and New England. Sapl. 22nd. A Continental Trall- wav escorted tour. Leaving r;aicsburg and returning to Galesburg. For more informa- <i->n Phone 342-4858 or 342-6715. Brochures sent on request. This tour will sell quickly. Make reservations soon. READ THE WANT ADS! WINTERSET X HtOlbltHKIJ DIAMOND WINGS, w, hen somebody needs somebody Hi. air body that is, discover it with our reg. $20.00 organicurl Protein Perm! BEAUTY SALON 208 HILL ARCADE Phone 342-3015 Enriched with Organic Protein (or a long-lasting W.I Vc. Shampoo. Set included! 10 [ Dee Taylor formerly of Chantilly Blue is with us. 1 ^adielDqy" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday b OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received in JHther of iOMr < ; Mo Tree. Pick-up '. tad Delivery Suedes & Excluded DON'T SAY SHOES, SAY The most comfortable shoes in Ihe worldl All strapped and ready to go I Red Carpet® cushion insole. In a full ranj^e of sizes and latest colors. BLOOMCE/UIST 228 E. MAIN 342-2013

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