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8 Gafesburg Reaistei'MaiI, Ggjesburg, Women ill the News * » > ffljidd -J^aren Smith deride of? jf^aat^ekiing As wedding music filled the church guests were seated in the First Christian Church Sunday afternoon for the wedding of Miss Karen Smith and Paul Robert Jehling by Roger Spiegel of Galva, Glen Carlson, also of Galva, Eugene Conard of Cameron and Roger Johnson of Sherrard. Dr. Harry Sykes at the organ console presented the prelude and accompanied Mrs. Everett Eager, soloist. Monday, Sept, 16, 1963 1 i Reading the double ring ceremony at 2:30 o'clock was Rev. James E. Smith. Best man for the son of Air. and Mrs. Earl Jehling of Cambridge, was his brother. Allen Jehling of Chicago Heights. Walking with her father, the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Smith. 1100 W. Grove St., was preceded by a quintet of attendants, all in cotillion blue peau organza gowns. Miss Pamela Smith, the bride's sister, was honor attendant; Miss Yvonne Eager, bridesmaid: Mrs. Allen Jehling of Chicago, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Mrs. Robert Hartrick, of Keokuk, Iowa, and Mrs. William Grier of Kewanee, brides- matrons. Mrs. Hartrick and Mrs. drier are both cousins of the bride. Cheryl Ann Smith, the bride's sister, was flower girl and Robbie Jehling, the bridegroom's nephew, was ringbearer. Each attendant had a matching hat with a large cabbage rose crown and nose length veil. The dresses were styled with drape skirts, cascading into the back and marked at the waistline with self-material back bows. The honor attendant carried a fan arrangement of blue tinted carnations with white ribbon and blue net. The other attendants carried crescent bouquets of fuji mums with blue centers arranged with blue net and white ribbon. Carries Roses A cascade arrangement of white roses with blue tint carnations in the center and lace ribbon was carried by the bride for the candlelight ceremony. Of Harlequin chanitlace and nylon organza, the bride's wedding gown was fashioned with a lace bodice, having a square neckline and the bouffant skirt was styled with a pointed lace peplum. Misting about her shoulders was veiling caught to a' forward headpiece of pearls and aurora crystal beads, centered with a handmade taffeta cabbage rose. Reception The tables at the reception in the church parlors reflected the blue and white motif of the wedding colors. Centering the bride's table was a five-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom. Accorded serving honors were Miss Nancy Reynolds, Mrs. Sherman Bennett of Kewanee, Mrs. Elmer Johnson of Rio, and Miss Becky Mcldrum. At the guest book was Miss Janet Oliver of Keokuk, Iowa, and gifts were arranged by Miss Shirley Oliver, also of Keokuk, Iowa, and Mrs. Glen Carlson of Galva. After a wedding trip to Lincoln, Neb., and Sept. 23, the couple will reside at 1140 N. Prairie St. Mrs. Jehling, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Brown's Business College and is employed in the office at Gale Products. Mr. Jehling, a graduate of (nois State Normal University. Galva High School, attended He is employed in the office at Browns Business College and Illi- Knox College Uawd JPieJkyed at ^Advent dhridian a i. Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Jehling (Miss Karen Smith) About People And Places Mrs. Margaret D. Wilson Pemberton of Columbus, Ga., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wilson, 640 S. Cedar St., was selected by the United States Army for a 12 -month tour of duty as librarian in the Army's Dependent Schools in Germany. Mrs. Pemberton was graduated from the University of Alabama with a bachelor of science degree in education and received a master's degree in library science in August. On Aug. 24 she flew to Europe from Charleston, S. C. She is library supervisor for three schools near Baumholder, Germany, the Baumholder school alone, having an enrollment of 1,350 pupils. Mrs. Pemberton also is a sister of Mrs. F. L. Jones, 1085 E. North St. >(• 1 , • mill ..nil* 111 "" 11 "*' a, m \ ill •iff ' " rt j \ .40 I llilllllliP 'P' 11 !''' A 1 Miss Carole Lee Thomas Mrs. Mary Thomas, 110 Aliens Ave., announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Carole Lee, to Ronald E. MacDonald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl McDonald, 147 S. Farnham St. Wedding vows will be exchanged Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1960, and her fiance, from Corpus Christi High School in 1958. Fashionettes This is the year of the vest for the college and young career girl. It turns up in all sorts of combinations—a gold velveteen vest combined with a brilliant blue mohair skirt and a bow-tied white crepe blouse; or, a navy blue and red hounds-tooth checked vest with brass buttoning, and with a tie at Empire height, worn with a matching checked skirt. . Miss Pamela Whitmarsh Mrs. Maxine M. Whitmarsh of Alexis, and Danie A. Whitmarsh of Chicago announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Mae, to Richard Sterling At corn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Alcorn, Milton, Mass. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Whitmarsh, a graduate of Alexis High School, attended Lake Forest College, Lake Forest. She is a student at the Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing. Mr. Alcorn, a graduate of Newton High School, Newton, Mass., attended Lake Forest Col lege also. He is currently serving as radioman 3 /c in communications with the U.S. Coast Guard stationed at San Bruno, Calif. After his tour of duty Mr. At corn plans to resume his college education, majoring in the field of political science. September BEAUTY FEATURE COLD WAVE PERMANENT choose any *tyle you desire Chaldron Cream Attend DKG Chapter Planning Meeting At a general planning meeting of Theta Chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma, held at the Christian Church, La Harpe, Saturday there were four Galesburg members of the chapter present. Attending were Miss Ne 11 i e Swanson, Mrs. Gertrude Morris, Miss Gladys Davies and Miss Sylvia Ryin. The next meeting of Theta Chapter will be held in Galesburg. The color beneath the fall clothes is a bevy of beiges—bras and girdles in eggshell, blonde, ecru, golden haze, champagne, or cognac". Fur prints include leopard, mink and ocelet, reports the Corset and Brassiere Council. Extra Fine GLADS $1.00 and $1.50 doz. MUMS All the Fall Colors 50c and 75c per doz. Nicely Arranged Vases. Reasonably Priced. Chos. S. Griffin Ph. 343-9976 919 Brown Ave. House Mother To Be Honored Mrs. Vera Underwood, who has retire.', after 17 years as house mother at the Catherine Club, will be guest of honor Thursday evening at an open house sponsored by the Catherine Club board. All past residents and friends of Mrs. Underwood are invited to call at the Catherine Club between the hours of 7 and 9 o'clock. Mrs. Oral c. Wilson of North Henderson, is now in residence as house mother. Donald O. Plym, 799 E. Berrien St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friend Sr., 633 E. Grove St., was Rev. Donald Mace. Miss June Plym, maid of honor, and Miss Karen Friend, bridesmaid, wore pink ballerina length ocia t nnouncemen HEA UNIT Homemakers Extension Unit 1 will meet Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Henry Inness, South Seminary Street Road. Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser will present the lesson. VIOLET CLUB Bi-County African Violet Club will meet at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. L. W. Owens, 1363 S. Cherry St. HAWTHORNE CLUB Members of Hawthorne Club will be entertained at 3 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Donald K. Strand, 297 Park Lane Dr. Mrs. Donald Torrance will be co-hostess. The topic will be "Midwestern Culture" and Mrs. Russell E. Meyer will be speaker. NU-COMERS ALUMNAE Civic Nu-Comcrs Alumnae will meet for luncheon and an afternoon of cards Tuesday at 1 o'clock at Northgate Lanes. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clifford Bayless and Mrs. Milotn Roitburd. Tells of The Island Wearing a muu muu and an artificial lei, Miss Carolyn Swartz brought the Hawaiian Islands to the Alpha "n Delta Mothers Club at the J. L. Fagan home, 560 N. Prairie St., recently. Miss Swartz showed slides of her recent trip to the Islands, which she visited on a 16-day tour including Maui, Hawaii Kauai, and Oahu. She also showed the woven articles, materials jewelry and coral which she brought back with her. Preceding program, dessert was served by the hostess, Mrs. Fa gan, assisted by Mrs. C. Stoltie and Mrs. C. Minich. The center piece was of garden flowers. Mrs. Bertha England was given hon ors. Guests were Mrs. J. Piatt and Mrs. W. A. Wager. Top a casserole of macaroni and cheese that you are planning to bake with thick slices of tomato before the casserole goes into the oven. Sprinkle the tomato with grated cheese. PASSION PLAY September 29-30 TICKET INFORMATION Call or Write | GALESBURG REGISTER-MAIL 140 E. Prairie 342-5161 Mr. and Mrs. Louis Friend Jr. (Miss Donna Marie Plym) Sisters, of the bride, Miss Donna Marie Plym, and of the bridegroom, Louis Friend Jr., were the attendants at their wedding at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening at the Advent Christian Church. Officiating at the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs dresses of nylon and satin over net, fashioned with rounded necklines and short sleeves. They wore white hats with short veils and each carried a ballerina cluster of white carnations. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose a crescent bouquet of blush pink carnations centered with a white orchid as the floral accent for her wedding gown of lace and satin over net. The long sleeves were pointed at the wrist and the scalloped neckline dipped to a vee at the back. Veiling, caught to a tiara of iridescents. misted about her shoulders. Monica Jane and Debra Lynn Friend were flower girls and Scottie Kirk was ringbearer. Standing with the bridegroom as best man was Sherrow Kirk. Guests were seated by Ronald Plym, the bride's cousin, during the prelude by Mrs. Floyd Riggs, who also accompanied Harold Black, the soloist. Reception Later the couple received best wishes and congratulations at a reception in the social rooms of the church. The selected pink and white bridal theme decorated the refreshment table centered with a tiered wedding cake encircled with greenery. Lighted tapers were at each side. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Sherrow Kirk, Miss Joyce Mills, Peoria, and Miss Cheryl Steck. Miss Nina Lee Friend, sister of the bridegroom, was at the guest book and Mrs. Clarence Sargeant, Miss Beverly Hall and Miss Rebecca Steck were in charge of gifts. On return from a short wedding trip and after Sept. 16 the newlyweds will reside at 799 E. Berrien St. Mrs. Friend was graduated from Galesburg High School, where she was Girls Service League representative. She is employed at the Custer Inn. The bridegroom attended Mr. and Mrs. Paul Eugene Frambes (Miss Marian F. Johnson) Jirdt 1fl/]etliodidt C^lturclt Scene oj- (^i eremon Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Marian Francis Johnson and Paul Eugene Frambes at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon at First Methodist Church with Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman officiating at the double ring ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion F. Johnson, 1038 Beecher Ave., HIGH SCHOOL ICE CREAM SOCIAL Galesburg High School Parent Teacher Association will have an ice cream social Tuesday after noon and evening from 5 to 8 o'clock at high school. SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB Knox County Social Service Club will meet at 6 o'clock Wednesday evening at the American Beauty Restaurant. COED LODGE A potluck dinner at 12:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in IOOF Hall will precede the business meeting of Coed Lodge at 2 o'clock in the hall. There will be practice for the state meeting. GARDEN CLUB Galesburg Garden Club members will meet in the William McKinley home, southwest of Abingdon at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. TRINITY BUSINESS WOMEN When Trinity Business Women convene at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening in the Martha Room, hostesses will be the officers, Mrs. Doris Brown, Mrs. Gertrude Park, Mrs. Roy Lofgren and Mrs. Emily Tulin. JAY-C-ETTES Jay-C-Ettes will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the Galesburg Woman's Club. was given in marriage by her father to the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Frambes, 241 Division St. Mrs. Harry Neave, organist, presented the prelude as wedding guests were being seated by Ray Johnson, Belleville, brother of the bride, and Lloyd Hobbs, Canton, the bride's brother-in-law. Larry Baughman was best man. Miss Johnson selected for her wedding a chapel length gown of lace fashioned with scalloped neckline and long tapered sleeves. The skirt was designed of tiered lace. The bride's elbow length veiling was trimmed with a white rose and she carried a crescent cascade bouquet of stephanotis and ivy centered with a white orchid. Maid of Honor A blue chiffon over taffeta dress was worn by Miss Beverly Johnson, the bride's only attendent. Her headdress was in a matching shade and she carried a crescent bouquet of white pompons centered with blue carnations. At the reception in the church dining room, honors were accorded Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs, Canton, the bride's sister, Mrs. Ray Galesburg schools and served four years with with the Marine Corps. He is employed by the CB&Q Railroad. Johnson, Belleville, Miss Patricia Stiarwalt, cousin of the bride and Mrs. Mary St. Clair, Canton, also a cousin of the bride. Gifts were arranged by Miss. Peggy Johnson, sister of the bride, and Miss Patricia Bowen. Miss Susan Lawrence was at the guest book. Mrs. Frambes was graduated from Galesburg High School and is employed at the Maurita Dale Children's Shop. The bridegroom, also a Galesburg High School graduate, is employed by Protexall, Inc. The newlyweds will reside in an apartment at 241 Division St. A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-141? Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main ENROLL NOW in Drexel and Jfferrlfif PRESENT Sunday, September 15 Featuring Furniture by Drexel * SEE IT ON: SUNDAY IN COLOR IN: CHICAGO SUNDAY TRIBUNE PEORIA JOURNAL STAR SEE IT IN: HOUSE BEAUTIFUL, HOUSE & GARDEN, McCALL'S, BETTER HOMES & GARDENS SEE IT AT: BEAUTIFUL FURNITURE 463-465 MULBERRY NIGHT SCHOOL of BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE THANK YOU for the fine response to our request for infor« mation regarding interest in night school at Brown's Business College. In view of your response, we will offer the following course subjects: • SPEEDWRITING THEORY • SPEEDWRITING REVIEW • GREGG REVIEW • IBM KEY PUNCH • BEGINNING ACCOUNTING • ADVANCED ACCOUNTING • TYPEWRITING TIME: Each Wednesday night from 6:309:30, beginning September 18. LENGTH OF TIME: 18 weeks. ENROLLMENT: In the school offices between now and September 18. Offices open from 8:00 A.M. to 5 :00 P.M. Weekdays and 9:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon Saturdays. DON'T WAIT Prepare for a Better Position at BROWN'S BUSINESS COLLEGE Hi) SOUTH CHERRY Telephone 343-1618

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