Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 16, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 16, 1963
Page 9
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.Scene The Methodist Church in Alpha was the scene of the Wedding, of .Miss Diane Bo-* deen and Steven Fairfield on Sunday. The nuptials were solemnized at 7 o 'clock in the eve^ ning as Rev. Jerry Nichols read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man for the bride' groom, son.of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fairfield of Downs, was Robert Silvey,- also of Downs. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Bodeen of Rio. As she walked with her father, Miss Bodeen carried a cascade ot white roses touched with gold ribbon. Misting about the shoulders of her white silk taffeta wedding gown was fingertip length silk net, caught to a small pillbox hat. Applique marked the fitted bodice, with its long sleeves, and the modified bell skirt formed a iong train. Preceding the bride were Miss NormaBla'ckwell, Metropolis, maid of honor; Mrs. John Hemminger, Cedar Falls, Iowa, matron of honor, and Miss Nancy Miller, New Windsor, bridesmaid. Their gold taffeta sheaths were designed with chiffon overskirts. Short net veils were caught to gold taffeta pillbox hats. Each carried bouquets of gold and white mums. The bride's sister, Miss Donna Bodeen of Rio, was soloist, accompanied by Miss Carolyn Cole of Alpha, organist. Groomsmen included Charles Fairfield of Downs and Denny Hays of Carbondale. Reception The gold and white wedding theme was reflected in the decor on the four-tiered wedding cake, which centered the table at the reception following in Fellowship Hall. White satin with an overskirt of white nylon sheer covered the table, completed by can- dleabras with white tapers. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Ron Huhns of Dewey, Mrs. Bill Hutchings of Davenport, Iowa, Miss Martha Albritton of Peoria and Miss Elaine Bodeen of Mahomet. After a wedding trip the newlyweds will reside at 710 S. Marion, Carbondale. Both are seniors at Southern Illinois University, where she is majoring 1 in English, and he in business. Mrs. Fairfield was graduated from AlWood High School and her Couple to Reside in Galesburg Gojesburg Register-Mail, .Galesburg, III. Monday, Sept. 1.6, ,1963, 9 C^etemonu t£ead in ^WjonmoutL Giurclt Mr. and Mrs. Steven Fairfield (Miss Diane Bodeen) 0 Miss Mary Lynn Fusch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence R. Fusch, 1.22 W. Oirard Ave., Monmouth, became the bride of Bobby Lee Harvey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Harvey of Lake Bracken, Saturday afternoon as they exchanged their marriage vows. The nuptials were solemnized at 2 o'clock in the Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth, as Rev. Robert Becker read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Bill Harvey of Waukegan. Guests were seated by Gene Cation of Williamsfield, Rolland Yocum of Monmouth and Terrance and Douglas McKown of Davenport, Iowa, cousins of the bride. John Bennett of Monmouth was at the organ console. Silk brocade in a rose pattern was selected by the bride for her ballerina length wedding gown fashioned with a molded bodice, having three quarter sleeves and a bateau neckline, dipping to a vee in the back. The bell shaped skirt featured soft impressed pleats in the front and back and was marked with a bias insert at the waist. She carried a missal decorated with phalaenopsis and stephanotis. Fingertip veiling in drifted from a crown of pearls and lace. Honor Attendant Mrs. Donald E. Ray of Monmouth, matron of honor, was in blue which she accented with a nosegay of white pompons forming the circle. A circlet of white pompons was worn in her ha:r. Her sheath dress was fashioned with a sheer flowing blue chiffon skirt. Felicitations were offered to the couple at a reception in the home of the bride's uncle, Joe Leins of Monmouth. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Jerry Painter and Miss Sharon Knox, both of Monmouth, and Miss Janet Gardner of Carthage. Mrs. Rolland Yocum of Monmouth was in charge of the guest book. After Sept. 17 and a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 955 Bateman St. Mrs. Harvey, a graduate of Monmouth High School and Brown's Business College, Gales- husband was graduated from Downs High School, Downs. He is employed by Golde's Men's Stare in Carbondale. ESA Chapter Studies History Of Galesburg ""They Broke the Prairie," the first of a two-part program on the history of Galesburg was presented by Mrs. George Hinckley as the, educational topic at last week's meeting of Gamma Chi Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha. The motivations, drive and wock of George Washington Gale, Nemiah West, Sylvanius Ferris, Hycam Kellogg and three others, Mssrs. Waters, Simmons and Tompkins in 1835 were outlined along with other facts about the city; including the original purchase of the 10,746 4/5 acres at a price of approximately $15,000. The second and final part regarding the growth and development of Galesburg will be presented at next month's business meeting. Preceding the educational program Thursday evening the business 1 meeting was conducted by Mrs. Philip Crouch, newly installed president, at the meeting -Attend flCCW3n&tituL from the KNOX A LIFE-TIME SUPPLY OF White Shirts • Automatically Kept Clean • Automatically Kept New • At Less Cost Than Buying Your Own YOU PAY JUST $1.90 PER WEEK You receive 11 brand new, fine quality shirts for your personal use only. Each week the KNOX picks up 5 of your shirts to be cleaned and deliver your clean shirts, starched to your exact specifications, either packaged or on hangers. m Choose from 3 popular collar style in quality $5.00 shirts. You always receive your own shirts. We replace frayed or worn shirts immediately and you have 5 like new white shirts each week for just $1.90 per week. Call the KNOX today 342-5115. LAUNDRY # PRY CLEANERS In Monmouth 734-6111 332 1. Ferris Street Phone 343-5115 Attending the National Council of Catholic Women Institute at the Hotel Moraine-on-the-Lake, Highland Park, from Sept. 10 to 14 were, from left to right, Mrs. J. P. Benbow, 1640 N. Kellogg St., representing Immacu late Heart of Mary Parish, Mrs. Lawrence Gordon, president of the Danville! Deanery and Mrs. William B. | Family Life Bureau, National Lynch, Monmouth, president of the Peoria Diocesan Council of Catholic Women. More than 200 women from 34 Dioceses were represented. Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, NCCW president, Washington, D. C, opened the institute under the guidance of Msgr. Clarence D. White, assistant general secretary, National Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington, D. C. The theme or the institute was "Challenges: 1963." Challenges were given in three areas: "Challenge to the Nature of Woman" was directed by Msgr. John C. Knott, director in her home, 1261 Park View Circle. It was announced by Mrs, Thomas Meyer, welfare chair man, that Gamma Chi Chapter will assist Sunnyside School in making package bows to be sold prior to the Christmas season. Chapter members are also pre paring for their annual Christmas card sale to be headed by Mrs. Marvin Scott. On Sunday afternoon Mrs Ralph Obley, Illinois state presi dent, will be in Galesburg to discuss last minute plans for the ESA state convention to be in the city Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Members decided that Gamma Chi will contribute to the United Fund this year. Vending machines for women's hosiery will be installed in office buildings in several cities. The company planning the installations sard working women run through an average of 36 pairs of stockings a year, three times as many as housewives. WHEN YOU'RE OUT TCXSHOP MAKE A COFFEE STOP AT SCANDIA BAKERY ft IUNCH Catholic Welfare Conference, Washington, D. C. "Challenge to Justice and Love" was directed by Rev. John LaBauve, S.V.D., Indianapolis, Ind., lecturer, missionary and Religion and Race Conference participant. "Challenge of a Pluralistic Society" was directed by Dr. William A. Hayes, Department of Economics, DePaul University, Chicago. Seminars relating to the topics of challenge were conducted by Matthew Ahmann, executive director, National Catholic Conference for Inter-racial Justice, Chicago, Edwin Berry, executive director, Chicago Urban League, and Sister Mary William, D.C., Marillac House, Chicago. Attend HEA Conclave When District 3 of the Illinois Homemakers Extension Associa tion met at the First Christian Church in Moline recently for an annual meeting, the theme of the meeting was "Increasing Interest Among the Women in Homemakers Extension and Increasing Membership." Mrs. Leo V. Johnson of Alcdo, District 3 chairman, presided. Home advisers from the ten counties making up District 3 were introduced. Women from Henry County led in singing. Mrs. Edith Huffman, assistant state leader of the extension staff of Illinois University told how we could increase interest among the women by extending extension service. She said "the idea of lifelong aducation is becoming a known fact and anyone can do this if they so desire." Mrs. Raymond LeVasseur, state vice president, of Manteno, enlarged on the theme by urging the women to develop leadership which would strengthen the organization. After a luncheon served by the women of the church the meet ing came to order. The women of Peoria County presented the music. The officers then attended training sessions with state officers. It was announced the meeting next fall would be in Galesburg, Sept. 10. Attending from Knox County were Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser; Mrs. George Venn, second vice president of the county; Mrs. M. B. Simonson, treasurer, Mrs. A. D. Stivers, public information chairman; Mrs. Edward Bowman of Oneida; Mrs. Edwin Griffith, Galesburg; Mrs. E. E. Sundberg, Galesburg; Mrs. Allan Freberg, Henderson; Mrs. Perry Ives, Mrs. Harry Anderson and Mrs, Dean Stegal of Victoria. 5^> L A VIE R I iOO 00 |\o o p> S cX K G til/* M i J rjli H I 11 ( / ', True artistry is expressed in the brilliant fashion styling of every Keepsake diamond engagement ring. Each setting is a masterpiece of design, reflecting the full brilliance and beauty of the perfect center diamond. fc. www Jy Bli.j diluted to iW deUil Pre* rodudcl Federal lu- Convenient terms arranged to fit your budget JEWELE-RSLX AND (/ SILVERSMITHS burg, is employed as a secretary in the Laboratory of the Galesburg Stale Research Hospital. A graduate of Yates City High School, her hasband served four years in the Navy. He is cmplyed in the production office of Gale Products. Furnishings For Children Adult furniture for children is a new idea, and a reality, this season. No longer must, young girls ami boys live with "kiddie" furniture. Man-size pieces for boys, and mom-size furniture for girls are available at prices that parents want to pay to outfit the youngsters' rooms. Maple Is the favorite for the young man, styled in the colonial " manner. For girla, antique whit* and gold provincial pieces suit her feminine tastes. Canopy beds have long been popular with girls Of all ages, and these are available, too. Pieces come with stain-proof tops, of course I To remove a grass or foliage stain from clothes, work from the wrong side of the fabric — tors* ing the stain out instead of in. Big 24x46 Man Sized Bath Towels in Solid Colors or Stripes 16x26 Hand Towels... 59* 12x12 Wash Cloths... 29* Thick, thirsty terry that is soft and absorbing in luscious solid colors and exciting co-relating stripes. Wonderful Martex quality towels that you will be proud to own. 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