Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 13
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Sweet Adelines Entertain At Guest Night ! Galesbtifg Chapter of Sweet Addtoei'iteld a guest night at the -rehearsal Tuesday evening at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Oueits were Mrs. W. M. Suy* dam and Mrs. Eugene Ehron- hftft, both of Abingdon, Mrs. Anna Willett of Alpha, Mrs. Norma Green of Ophiem, and Mrs. Norma Glass of Rio. , Mrs. Patsy Taylor was 'welcomed as a new member Activities of the chapter were eutlined for the group by Miss Harriet Aberg, vice president, and Mrs. Howard Tolley, first president of the organization when it was chartered 10 years ago.. • Serving on the refreshment committee for the social hour which followed rehearsal were Mrs. BertRabenort and Mrs. Daniel Fryer. Couple Selects Wedding Date • Miss Sherry Lee Sargeant and Thomas William Gilbert, whose engagement was announced in March, will be mar ried Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Abingdon. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard , Welch, 414 S. Lafayette St., Ma comb. Her fiance is the son of William Thomas Gilbert, 408 W Snyder St., Abingdon, and Mrs K. W. Stromberger, Dyer, Ind. Wedding Will Be June 23 Mrs. Irene Griffith, 1439 E. Losey St., and A. Harold Peters, 5625 Live Oak Ave., Melbourne Village, Fla., have selected June 23 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7:30 p.m. at the Central Congregational Church in 1 Gales- 1 burg. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and to the reception to follow at the church. CLASS OF 1923 The Galesburg High School Class of 1923 will hold its 50th reunion Saturday at the Holiday Inn. Registration will begin at 1-30 p.m. Social hour will be ! frcm 2 to 4 p.m. Dinner will be served at 6:30 p.m. i Plan Purchase • When buying chicken for frying, roasting, braising, or stewing, allow about half a pound ready-to-cook weight for each serving. For broiling, allow VA io'tfa bird per serving. Luxury.(Continued From Page 11) Mr. and Mrs. Alan Rose (Miss Linda Bennett) Couple Reside In Galesburg Miss Linda Ann Bennett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert M. Bennett, Canton, and Alan Edward Rose, son of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Rose, Prairie City, exchanged wedding vows June 2 at the First Congregational Church in Canton. Rev. Roger Stires read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Attendants were Mr. ~~ and Mrs. Greg Haley/Eureka. John Vamer and Dan Arnold, both of Prairie City, were ushers. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at Wee Ma Tuk Hills Country Club. Mrs. Rose, a graduate of Canton High School and Elmhurst College, is employed by Carson, Pirie & Scott. Her husband, a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, attended Canton Community College. He is-with Admiral Corporation. The newlyweds will reside at 769 N. Seminary St. Welcome Wagon(Continued From Page 11) Joe Rzechula, was presented with a Welcome Wagon charm in appreciation of her work for the club. Mrs. Rzechula is moy ing out of town. ;' Mrs. Peterson presented three-year membership charms to Mrs. Ned Hippensteel; and Mrs. Norman Beling. Mrs. James London introduced a new member,,Mrs. Dal Lauritsen, and these guests, Mrs. Ronald Sell, Mrs. James Eaton, Mrs. Timothy Connor, Mrs. Edwin Nelson, Mrs. Robert Goodall andt Mrs. Dennis Cornstock. Card prizes for the evening were won by Mrs. Connor and Mrs. London for pinochle; Mrs John Sekeres and Mrs. Pete Gomez for bridge. Co-hostesses for" the evening were Mrs; Terry Stephens and Mrs,, Roger Cohee. weeks for benefit of visiting fashion editors. This week's sponsor is Monte-Sano's Council. Next week, the participants will be the American Designers Group. One thing that steps up prices is the opulence of the new clothes. Blass used lynx to collar and cuff simply cut suits in his blond© rib knit group. Or he used a blonde fox coat over a beige suit. Goes All Out He also showed such combi nations as black broadtail velvet with the model draping her shoulders with two fox furs, heads, tails and all, one in white the other black. Or gray fox draped a one-*button, fitted jacket of a gray flannel suit Slinky shaped long dinner dresses in silk jersey were cuffed with wide bands of sable or fox and many strands: of pearls in assorted lengths. Mrs. .Maxwell more often"put her luxury, in .fabrics than, in fur trims.: - ? For instance, she used a nubby wild silk hand woven in small rural areas of India. She said she'd been buyng it since ,1951. But '4f there were any one fabric on which she went all out, it was wool jersey. She made a very strong statement in ithis material, using it for dress-coat combinations, dresses and jackets and simply-styled evening dresses. Miss Meloan(Continued From Page 12) A.G.O, Elects Galesburg Chapter of the American Guild of Organists members were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pearson Jr., 122 Lakcvlew, Dr., Tuesday evening for the annual picnic. Assisting the Pearsons with arrangements were Dr. and Mrs. Charles Farley, Mrs. William R. Turner, Mrs. Clifford Pearson and Mrs Harry Neave. Following the supper, Miss Myrna Andersen, dean, conducted the business meeting at which the following officers were elected:. Miss Andersen, dean; Mrs. James MacC Weddell, sub-dean; Mrs. Farley, secretary, and Mrs. Harold Moore, treasurer. The executive board will consist of Dr. Farley, Eugene Nordgren and Mrs. J. U. McBride. Guests for the evening were John Nodeen, Williamsfield, Mrs. Eugene Nordgren, Mrs. James Musolf and Mrs. Wayne Tryon, a former member. GHS CLASS 1953 Galesburg High School Class of 1953 reunion planning meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Dale Morling of near Galesburg on Monday at 7:30 p.m. All members are invited /to make final plans for the July 14 re^ union. Miss Riggins(Continued From Page 12) Golesbupg Register-Mail; Galesburg, III, . .Thursday,Jime... )A, Jff/.3* j.3. •bridegroom's brother fa Jaw, was best man. Dennis Rankin, he bride's brother-in-laiw, Rose ville, was groomsman. A reception was held ait the church following the ceremony Gifts were displayed by Miss Nancy Thomas, Miss Donna Carrico, RosevlUe, and Miss Pam Harmon, Danville, Iowa. Serving honors were given Miss Nancy Menely, Miss Teresa Parkins, borffo of Berwick; Mrs. Robert Skees and Mrs. Percy Bennttt, both of Monmouth. [Miss Sue Hall, Roseville, was at the guest book. Mrs. John Ellis and Miss Lori Twomey, Roseville, presented rice packets to the guests. Miss Susan Houston and Miss Linda Douston, both of Roseville, helped |at the reception. The newlyweds will live in Cameron. Mrs. Leath is a graduate of Roseville High School. Her husband attended Monmouth High School and is employed at Admiral Corporation. Have Knits, Will Travel Knits, especially the narrow tank top with matching cardigan, are practical for summer traveling. Three Give Program For Senior Citizens Mrs. Robert Anderson of) the Dietary Department, Mrs. Marilyn Christiansen, R.N., and Mrs. Susan Searl, moderator, all from St. Mary's Hospital, presented the program for Senior Citizens Monday evening when the group met at the YMCA olubfooms. Mrs. Anderson described] her work with the Progressive Care Unit team; Mrs. Seari explained the origin and functions of the unit as well as the roles of the therapist, social worker and speechi therapist in the unit and Mrs. Christiansen described '. her work with the unit, noting how it enabled the patient to return home earlier. Women of Moose Enroll Candidates Two candidates, Mrs. Mary Scott and Mrs. Alvin Hanson, were enrolled at the meeting of the Women of the Moose Tuesday at Moose Lodge. Mrs. Floyd Frey, senior regent, conducted the meeting. It was announced there will be a dinner for the new members and their sponsors Tues, day evening at the lodge. Refreshments were served. Wedding Will Be Miss Luian L. Swainsoft and Rowald D. Lovett, whose en* [gagement was announced in March, have selected Sunday as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 3 p.m. at the Watega Cangrega* tiorial Church. All friends and relatives are invited fo the cere Sunday to mony aftd to the . follow at (he ohufcli. The bride-elect is me 4 da|lgJi- ter of Mrs. Louise SwWlson, Waitaga, and the late Janfefe L. Swansea. Her fiaifiee is Una' son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph* Lovett, 136 N. Henderson St. "' For Your Summer Sportswear Wardrobe .. WE HAVE • Shorts # Pants with. Matching Tops Summer J eons ALL WASH and WEAR! USE OUR EASY LAYAWAY PLAK GIVE A LADY BUO ,, OirT CERTIFICATE., W1 The Lady Bug Shop Open at 9:30 AM Closed Wednesday , PLENTY OF FREE PARKING ~' 209 E. MAIN, KNOXVILLE Next Door to Ron'» Super Value fTTTTj READ THE WANT ADS! READ THE WANT ADS! For Father Oh His Day $299.00 $89.50 $329.00 $159.00 IllUiTMTIONS IKUUCCO What 's it like to achieve a CONTOURA™ Diamond Ring? The feeling's greatl Becausa Contoura's the diamond ring in li-tarat gold that'8 shaped to lit your finger precisely. And because Contours is big end bold —like you. Ask any girl. We Buy Diamonds and Old Gold. All Types of Jewelry and Watches Repaired Clean Your Watch — $7 .95 Open Monday and Friday Nights Until 9 MOST JIWEUERS 241 E. Main St. Mutti Cbo»H». American E*pm», BaBk AmMlcard end w Cbaiga Aecousis I»vU»4 Curtis, Mrs. Vern Haffner and Mrs. Harry Myers, all of Bushnell. A graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School and Illinois State University, Normal, Mrs. Linenfelser is a biology teacher at Highland Community Schools, Highland. Her husband, a graduate of Highland Community High School and DeVry Technical Institute, is employed as an electronics laboratory supervisor, Basler Electric, Highland. Mouse- (Continued From Page 11) attention of the classes to whom it was read aloud, bub that it ranked high in individual reading chokes, stimulating interest and confidence even in reluctant beginning readers. "Mouse Tales" consists of seven short bedtime stories which Papa Mouse tells, one for each of his seven mouse boys. The warmth and humor 1 of the stories are ddiighitfully complemented by Arnold Label's wonderful illustrations of a tiny world of mouse people. Arnold Lobel is author- artist of many popular books for children, including the I Can Bead Books "Frog and Toad Are Friends," a 1971 Galdecott Honor Book, and "Frog and Toad Together," a 1973 Newbery Honor Book. The Bank Street College of Education wall offer this award each spring to a book published in the previous year that fulfills the standards of Irma Sinnonbon Black, the late distinguished educator, author and editor. The seal which identifies this award has been designed by Miauricei Sendak. Give Dad the royal treatment! size recliner.NOW ON SALE! SAVE $ 20 VINYL COVERED "DOSER" 99 lii t -s J IK 88 Regular $119.95 "DOSER" — a chair built with one idea in mirjcl — comfort. And plenty of it! Deep, soft, Serb- foam polyurthane cushions the entire recliner. Seat, back and arms. Lets dad ease down and relax completely. Ij Same Chair In Nylon Cover Regular $139.95 — $119.88 Sale ends June 16 Use Sears Easy Payment Plan Regular $169.95 Tops For Pops — Low Back Recliners With Hidden Headrests Regular $239.95 199 Get 72-in. of relaxing room in this low back recliner covered in easy-care olefin. Handy napping pillow included tool The He-man . . . a full 6-ft. of comfort SAVE *30 139 88 Give the big man in' your family plenty of! loom to take it easy,; Masculine looking rich, leather like vinyl cover and the almost a yard wide seat cushioned! with 6-in. of foam latex; make the He-man thai ideal gift for dad. Same Chair with Nylon Caver Regular $189.95 -— H59.&I SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE fttiilatlion Gwvntiti or Your Monty Back 467 East Main Street Galesburg, Illinois STORE HOURS: ; Monday and Fr day I Tyei., Wed., Thyri., I* 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. I 9 A.M. to 5M P.M.

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