Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 12, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 12, 1973
Page 9
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ister-Mail, Galesbur Plan Open Hon r Mr. and Mrs. Olonn N. ©oyer, 60 W. North St., -wlil cclelbmate Ibheiir SGth wcdidlimig lanniivcrsia-ny ait an open house Sunday sit tftc tone o*f! Itteir daiugfotar, IMlr. afn'd Mrs, RJoibartt (Ntarmia- Stec) Hnoatocik, 5&2 N. Academy St. Frienidis iatn!d. reftatLves tare fliuvted Do esML i8rt>m 2 to 5 tp.m. The ebuiple has three alter oMMren, Mns. TUotoent (Gforita) Sdjfertt, Pmaiiinle. C%, mho wi'H celebrate Hiheilr 28i)h wedtdiwg lainnivorsairy "Sunday; 'tftlWhBtacI (Bwer.'Gttiilcsburg, (and James (Hewer, to. Mr. end Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Wfeldon Calhoun, 521 N. 10th St Monmouth, will be honored by theif sons at a reception In observance of thelf 40th wedding anniversary Sunday from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Monmouth. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Mr. and Mrs. W. Calhoun Plan Open House Celebrate Anniversary Mr. iand Mrs. Vincent Poe, 550 N. Farcfam St., celebrated Whoiir 28th wedding anniversary June 6. They were married in 1948 at the First Methodist Church by Rev. Raye Regan, and Mrs. Poe are (the parents of ftwo dhildren, Jerry Mr. and Mrs (Mr. home. Mr. Poe Jfificc. A (family Vj El Rev Gaileisbwg r Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert D. Squire, 535 Columbus Ave., will be the honored guests at an open house presented for them by their three cfail- F dren, Gary, Lynn and Tim. The celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary will take place Sunday from. 2 to 5 p. m. at the Midwest Manufacturing Credit Union. The couple was married June 20, 1948 in the brook Church by Rev. Charlie Willy. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house. Mr. Squire is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. tafon wias held in their honor Sunday. j Viola Methodist Church Scene of Ceremony Friday The Rev. David Haney read thi will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house in ttreair tome tern 2 to 4 p.m. Hosts for <ihe event will (be itiheir, children, Mrs. Rick (Linda) Mack, Barbara Kmantz and Peggy Knaratz, all of Galva. The couple i eJtfo has one grandchild. Mr. and iMrs. Kramtz were married June 20, 1948 in Galva ait iWie Fiat Congregational Ohwdh Parsoniage, AH friends and relatives are invited to the open house. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bybce, Maquon, will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an open house Sunday from 2 to 6 p. m. at the home o* their daughter, Mrs. Paul (Dora Jean) Clark near Gilson. They have three other children, Mrs. Gene (Susan) Bradbury, Bozeman, Mont.; Mrs. George (Ila) Clark, Knoxville; and Ernie Bybec, Yates City. The couple has 12 grandchildren. Mr The Couple Will Celebrate Cold igg and Larry Howie, both of Viola, .Friday in the VioJa United Methodist Church. The A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeBlock of rural Anniversary Aledo and the eroom is the groom son of Mrs. Robert Howie a Viola and the late Robert How ie. Shopper Turns (Continued From Page 8) Mr. Ftoland ry, 1475 Bridge Ave., will •brate their 25th wedding Wednesday Carrying a bouquet of daisies . and gypsophila with ivy, the seasons when everyone went married June 13 1948| - m ipava, bride was in a floor-length:fw the knits," ^ easy-care lhave bee n residents of dress of white Victorian eyelet and wrinkle-free synthetics , Li... "Now." he said, "the pen-JGaiesburg for 20 years. They are the parents of one • IT. To STEIN'S •i i For COMPLETE SELECTION From $7 $125.00 lace over a powder blue silk lining. The dress featured a dulum has swung. We scramble "stand-up" Victorian collar and for the natural fibers and son, Robin, who will be a junior a cummerbund waist, with two-where are we going to get at Southern Illinois "leg-of-mutton" sleeves, them?" piece . w Her blue veiling was caught to a lace.tiara. Other Areas He chastized many in ughter, Marsha, v lophomore at Illin srsity, Mr. Derry Mrs. John". PoiiiocK or rurai|inau9try ior uirimig uacis. u«s i ^nployed by the State of Illi~ clock to the 1940s and 1950s n ois as manager of the Unem- London, for instance, is ployment Compensation Office lYiia, uiuuiJi MUW^W**. V * Viola served as the matron of daughter Also Service-In-Store on All Timex Watches Leo Stein & S Inc JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. Downtown Galesburg honor. Miss Colleen Rigg, of the -bride, was junior bridesmaid. •Lane - Petrxe of New Windsor served as best man,. and--.Clii> ton Rigg, son of the bride, Was the ringbearer. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. After a northern wedding trip, the couple will reside in Viola. Mrs. Howie is a graduate of Aledo High School and is employed in the office of Dr. Monty McGleJlan of Aledo. Her hus : band is a graduate of Winola High School in Viola and is employed at Mueller Lumber Co. in Davenport. WEDNESD SURPRISE Each Wednesday, Wolfsie's will pick one fashion item from their own stock and reduce it in price for One Day Only. The ilem we pick will be a current up to date fashion fabric or notion item, not a close out or any out of season merchandise. Be sure to see Tuesday nights paper to find out what "Wolfsie's Wednesday Surprise" on a''508-kick. He talked of other areas in the industry: • — 'Anyone who says American designers are not 1 creative are out'of their cotton poking minds. 1 ' That was his putdown of the theory that Paris couture houses are the world's fashion innovators. Prices are on the increase and new contracts have been signed with most of the unions involved in ready-to-wear. A dress or suit that would cost $69.95 in, say, I960, would be laibout double that now. —Pants and the pantsuits have become a staple —"I think we'll always ht in Peoria and Mrs. Derry is a secretary at The Gates Rubber Co. , On Saturday evening a dinner was held which included Mr. Derry's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Derry, Ipava, Miss Denise Lakis, and Miss Rose Ann Cook. Also, on Monday evening, Miss Cook and daughter Marsha were hostesses at a dinner at Club 19. gh women tell him that ever so often they get into a skirt "and it looks good." UNITY LODGE Unity Lodge 425 Auxiliary to the United Transportation Union wil 1 meet at the Eagles clubroom Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. for its • monthly business meeting. C. CERAMICS ANNOUNCES CERAMIC CLASSES For Children and Adults Grades 4 thru 6 start Wed., June 13 ~ 1 to 3 PM Grades 7 and up start Fri., June 15 - 1 to 3 P.M. Adult Beginners lessons start June 21 - 7 to 11:30 A.M. and 7 to 9 P.M. CALL FOB REGISTRATION 342-7413 892 E. BROOKS ST. wi be. Wednesday June 13 Flocked-Printed $2 Yd. 45" Wide, 100% Nylon or Polyester Many Colors To Chooje From Fobric 331-337 E. MAIN ST. Yarn Shop GALESBURG V 1 * requests no gifts. 131 NO. CHERRY ST O.T.'s BUDGET ANNEX EVERY DAY IS SALE DAY AT O.T .'s BUDGET ANNEX 5-PIECE DINETTE SET Large spacious 30" x 40" table with 8" extension eaf and stain and heat resistant top. Four tch- Ton 7.PIECE DINETTE SET This 7-pc. %i\ includes: A 36" x 48" table with a 12" leaf for more dining space. Beautiful Pecan grain table top that's stain and heat resistant and 6 matching vinyl covered chairs,

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