Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 12, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 12, 1973
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it )4 «(' ft ft - it *9 ft." «* T T tVf I r F trite ft 3 t r* ii vt H- «* I?* W *• <» #* m to ft? m m H m n* to M m m m m m (a * # I* « In tibservflfitt of Flag Day, ed by Pilots for girls of high fit of the Positive Attitude* 6ft Mrs. Kenneth Stanners at the school age. The poem was June 10 and the Flea Market. Pilot Club meeting Monday eve- "What America Means to Me" She presented Laverne Weidler, fting at Club 19, displayed by Lola Brill of Baytown, Tex. who Spoke briefly about the a flag doting back to 1876 At each place were folders giv* Positive Attitudes Inc. Shelter- showing 34 stars which was lug instruction for displaying ed Care Rehabilitation Work^ usd by Mrs. F, L. Galey's fam- the flag. 4n tJ ^ phm Ti l u kt a fly on pafade^horsesin ebserv- M rs. Carl Isaacson called on JJJ ^^^VJftfH ance of the 4th of July. Mrs. L-.u p rtmmittpP r hairman who £ ea ? can B 5 recycled in Knox Stanners also read a letter ?. tl committee . ch f irman 7° County and announced that handed down in the family ?,T IE ^ 5 ^ a " 2 ^ Apl f S JMT an y° ne wishi ?« to take news- which told how Mr. Lincoln had thAe ™ m f yeai. The club w 11 paper, magazines, glass (except continue to support and help m f of window glass) rinsed alumi- various ways the Sunnyside nU m and tin cans to the collec- irtd Mrs. Roy Redftouf, Pearl St., annowee the <and refused to remove the stars representing the southern states from the flag at that time. engagement ana a marriage of their daughter y Defe* bie, to Jack Lawsan, soil of Mf. and Mrs. Gki Lawson, Bartrtg, Mo. The bride-elect, a grewittafce of Galesburg High School, is em* ployed at St. Maiys Hospital. Her fiance, a gradtiia*e^f Baring High School, Baring, Mo., ^ As employed by the Santa Fe School, Knox County Nursing t i 0n cen ter may do so from 9 Railroad. Home, Cancer Society, provide a , m> to 3 p.m. Monday through The gS* brSng l0 an d orkE camperships for Boy Scouts and Friday; The center is"at South ^wW^thfwffiof MS^S^ HOW St^fandSoii th Cherry, contest snonsored bv the for Mllll0ns > 9 A ^ E ' H ? PE ' Club bulleUns and yearbooks AncKibaTc^ " N ^^ and Were distfibuted by Mrs " GaIe l^ collect cancelled stamps. Field. Mrs. Fred Galey displayed Mrs. T. V. Szerlong, presi for sale to members colorful dent, and Mrs. Isaacson, Coord! patriotic jewelry which the nating Chairman planned the Patriotic Emblems Committee meeting assisted by Mrs. Blair will use to finance some of their Leyshon, Mrs. Dale Johnson, special projects. Mrs. Swartz, Mrs. Galey and Mrs. Robert Swartz told of Miss Joan Mattson. The speak- her committee's plans for a ers table was decorated with traveling food basket to raise a basket of fresh garden flow- funds to be used by the Educa- ers, bouquets of red roses were tion and International Relations on each of the side tables with Committee to purchase chil- white papers to carry out the dren's bboks. •' patriotic theme. Mrs. C. B. Johnson spoke on Guest for the evening was recent Bake Sale for the bene- Mrs. Thomas Muehe. will be June 30' at Corpus Christ! Church. 1 ily and friends are invited reception at 2:30 p.m. at Mrs, William H. McKfttght Alexis announces the ment and approaching n of he? daughter, Betsy, aid E. Latko of Morton Mr. and Mfs. Edward 1 The brlde-fclect, a graduate of Alexis High School and Eureka College, is a junior high school teacher at Washburn. Miss Debbie Rednour Her fiance, a graduate of Kelly High School in Chicago, Bradley University and Illinois Central CoM^ge, ;Pebria» is vice president of design and construction at Mortoh Architectural Achievements, Morton. Wedding vow s • will be ex- Houser, Alexis, changed Saturday, July 14 at 2 announces tne' engagement of P'«i- at the Alexis United Presher daughter, Peggy Lee, > bytenan Church. Friends and Larry E. Humes, son of Mr. arid Mrs. Dale E. Humes of North ceremony and reception Henderson. ldw at the church The bride-elect, daughter of the late Mr. Houser, a graduate Mr., and Mrs. Clifford Sdiooft ever, M ft, Ceda«* St., Abiftg Mrs. forMieoming tftatriage of ih^ • daughter, • Shsrt'• L«, w » Littletofti Cold., Mfs, Cam fifttoftr Abihgdon. %e bfide*elect is fi graduate df AbkigdMf High Sfihool. Hef P&iairfc City High SdHool, is saving in the U.S. Nayy. He is fcha nepliew of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon dt Bushtiall. The couple is planning a June 30 weddilng at the Olwistien OliU'Hih In Abingdon a-t 2 p.m. Friends and relatives are invited to ia .fctend ..the ceremony fallow reception church. to at the Miss Sherl Schoonover Rev. and Mrs. William G. exis High School, attended Hammock, 1245 Court Sandburg and is employed nounce the engagement mis Lakis Ford. Her fiance, daughter, Dfebra «ICH/ a, graduate of Alexis Hign ^ SwJgart, son of Mr. and School was graduated from Mrs. Cari Swigart, 712 N. Broad Black Hawk East College, Ke- St. ^ ^ wanee, and attended Illinois . The brid^eleot wull-be a:sen- State University. He is em- ior at Galesburg High School ployed at Gale Products and is m ^J^^h^ is a farming with his ^ w firaauate at Lrhb am November wedding is being planned Miss Peggy Houser Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fox, 507 Hebard St., Knoxville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of 'their daughter, Miss Rhonda Allen, to Douglas Flinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flinn, Maquoa The bride-eilecb, daughter of the late Ernest Allen, is graduate of Knoxville High School and is a senior at Mbline Lutheran School of Nursing, Mo- Iine. Her fiance, also a graduate of Knoxville High School, is a senior at Augustana College, Rock Island.' The wedding will be Aug. 31 it 7 p.m. at the Grace Episcopal Church in Galesburg. The reception will follow at the church. burg College. He attends Monmouth College and is employed at Eagles. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Debra Hammock Miss Beverly Little near ADK Initiates Three Members Miss Rhonda Allen Upsilon Chapter members of Alpha Delta Kappa met in the House and Garden Room, Hotel Custer, on Saturday for a special luncheon and initiation. Guests of honor included'Mrs. Leroy Collins, left, ADK state corresponding secretary, Hanna City; Mrs. DarrelLBlack, Mrs. David McBride and Mrs. Fred Gerth, the new initiates; and Mrs. John F, Beasley, state sergeant of arms. Mrs. Calendar... NEWCOMER CLUB Newcomer Club Gourmet Club will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. for an organizational coffea at the home of Mrs. Myron Lee, 710 Willard St. For reservations call the hostess. William Kalin, president, conducted the meeting and presented each, initiate with a sorority pin and violet plant. Mrs. Collins spoke briefly to the initiates. Tables were decorated with pastel green, yellow and purple carnation bouquets, A golden cornucopia filled with daisies, ferm and statice adorned the speaker's table. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon Fun Night will be Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Home Savings & Loan Assn. Community Room. For reservations, members are asked to call Mrs. John Foley, 40 Imperial Dr., or Mrs. John Sekeres, 1949 W. Losey St. UNIVERSALIST WOMEN Association of Universalist Women will meet Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. for a potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. Edwin Gumm, near Galesburg. Members are reminded to bring a dollar and a report on how they earned it during the past year. . rend Witt 01, aiuraa "Snow White and Rose Red," the first of three Children's Shows to be presented by Prairie Players this summer will open Saturday at the Prairie Players Theatre, 656 W. Losey St. There will be two performances of the show on June 16, 17, 23 and 24 at 1:30 and 3:30 p. m. All of the cast members have been active in Prairie Players productions previously; however, it is the first time on stage for some of them. Mrs. Peter Calderone will be seen as Snow White and Mrs. Bob Cannon as Rose Red, the heroines of the story. Mrs. Ed Bantz plays their good and kind mother; Terry Tulin is the evil magician; and John Gould and Bob Hacker are the'princes, Phillipe and Pierre Mr. and Mrs. Frank Morey, Avon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Susie, to Kenny Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis of Avon. The bride-elect,is a graduate of Avon High School. She will be a ifreshman at Illinois State University, Bdoomington, in the fall. Her fiance, a graduate of Spoon River Valley High School, is a sophomore at ISU. No date lias been set for Abe wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoots, Avon, and John Wells, ,357 Locust St., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Crystal Lee, to Gerald Lee McCaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle McCaiw, Alexis. The bride-elect and her fiance are graduates of Alexis High School and both are emr ployed by Admiral Corp. Vows will be exchanged Oct. 20 at the North Henderson Lutheran Church. . An Aug. 5 wedding is being planned. Miss Crystal Wells h- The engagement of Miss Patricia Geef of 905 W. Martin St., Abingdon, to Samuel Rubinfeld, 605 Maple St., Abingdon, is announced today. The bride- elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Geef of Peoria and her fiance is the son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubinfeld of Abingdon. Miss Geef, a graduate of Peoria Hiigih School and Bradley University, teaches Spanish at the Abingdon High School. Mr. Rubinfeld, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended West- em Illinois University. He is a registered sanitarian and chemist for the City of Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Little, Winchester, announce the- engagement of their daughter, Beverly Jo, to Rudy Almaguer Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Almaguer Sr., of Monmouth. The bride-elect is a graduate of Winchester High School. Her fiance is a graduate of Mon- moubh High School, and is a section (foreman with. the Bur- * lington-Nsrthem Railroad in Winchester. , No date has been set for the wedding. ; Miss Nancy Liggett Miss Patricia Geef Shopp er L Turns Out To Be the Dictator By GAY PAULEY UPI Women's Editor This Robert Cabeen. The other scheduled shows are "The Crossroads," July 7, 8, 14 and 15; and "Beauty and the Beast/' July 21, 22, 28 and 29. Tickets for all of the shows are available at O. T. Johnsons, Lindstroms, Burgland's and J. C. Penneys. _ _L _r. ^ J ± NEW YORK (UPI) - Designers put together their clothes collections, but it is the American woman who's designing her own fashion image. "We're not the authorities, You are. You're shaping fashion," says Vincent Monte- Sano, a manufacturer for four decades and president of New York Couture Business Council, their fall and winter collections. This is the council's 61st semiannual "press week." Hems Dropped Monte-Sano told the editors that the "threat" of longer hems to well below the knees and Haiston and Oscar de la Renta were among New York firms to lower skirts below the knees, whereas fashion leaders skirts was "rearing its ugly head" again but it was mostly!kneecap, reaction to the extremely short miniskirts "which almost became jerkins." Several Paris firms dropped most other leave the hemline at the middle of the But Monte-Sano said few women would for the go "longette-roost will not," As for the industry, he said, it "has never recovered from (failure of) the midiskirt." That was the midcalf length which came along in 1970. He talked__of the past few (Continued on Pa Mrs. Shirley Liggett, Monmouth, announces the engage- nent and approaching marriage of her daughter, Nancy, to Ste- r en L. Howe, son of Mr, and Mrs. Donald L. Howe, Monmouth. Vows will ba exchanged Aug. 4, , at the Cameron Christian Church. Friends and relatives are invited. MALES' formal wea "In Stock Rentals" PHONE m/m-m* Alter Six. Lord West, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St, Galeibur? The makes the one Shops at Schubach's Father's r Everyone Really Should. woman decision at the store level,," he said. "If she rejects something, the buyer is not going to be caught dead repeating that order. That's what happened to the maxi. Women turned it down." Monte-Sano spoke today as the council, one trade group representing ready-to-wear manufacturers, moved into its second day of showing about 200 visiting, fashion reporters FINALLY they've long You here. Pictures waited patiently, Now every size Classics, modern, oriental, Italian, English delighted maginable many mor them beautifully framed matted many unusual groupings focal point to highlight a room pairs The Shop Accommodating Men'i and Women'* Fashions & MAIN STREETS, GALESBURG SHOP MONDAY & FRIDAY TIL 9 > 4 ™ H ~—I _ . .11.1114. 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