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icerd *3ndta ((ed Golesbuf Q RegjsterMai I , Galesburg, III. Friday, June 15, 1973 7 Announce Engagements : Miss Charlotte Wilson again assumed the office of president for the Altrusa Club at the meeting Thursday evening at the Holiday Inn. Along with these duties, in behalf of the local Altrusa Club, she has been appointed by Miss Karlq Bailey Bride of J. Douglass /Hie Richland W e s 1 e y a n Church, Mina, S.D., was the scene of the wedding for Miss Karia Bailey and A/1C Jon Douglass, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joyce Douglass, 839 Locust St., on May 26. Rev. Dale Nash, Huron, Wesley an Church, Huron, S.D., uncle of the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merliyn Bailey of Cresbard, S.D., read <the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Rick Rhodes of Bethany, Okla., and groomsman, Greg Hohner of Galesburg. During the organ prelude by Melvin Palmer, Mina, S.D., guests were seated by Wayne Palmer of Mansfield, S.D., Duane O'Neill of Ipswich, S.D., Jon Batteen of Aberdeen, S.D., and Robert Bailey, brother of the bride, who escorted the' parents of the couple. Soloist was Paul Palmer of Ipswich, S.D. Pam Bailey, Cresbard, and Janice Douglass, Galesburg, sisters of the couple, served as acolytes. Flower girl was Lisa Penfield, cousin of the bride, and ringbearer, Bradley ; Bailey, brother of the bride; . .. Miss Jeauieen Rawden, Aberdeen, S.D., maid of honor, and Miss Qharlene Douglass,, Galesburg, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaid, wore pale yellow Clocked dresses. Each had yellow wide brimmed hats to complete their attire, and each carried a single long istemmed yellow rose. Yellow roses formed the bouquet decorating the Bible carried by the bride, as she walked with her father to the altar to pledge her vows. Veiling, caught to a pearl petal headpiece, misted about the Convention Reports Given At Picnic Reports of the state convention held in Peoria May 22-24 by the National Association of Retired Federal Employees were given at the association picnic Tuesday at the Lake Storey Lions Shelter. Reporting were Mrs. John Schneider, Mr. and Mrs. Elim Carlson, Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Suydam and Edgar J. Redmon of Moline. Mr. Redmon also gave an instructive talk on pending legislation, concerning the welfare of Senior Citizens and asked all members to write their congressmen on these bills. ' State officers elected at the convention were Mr. Redmon, president, and Willard Wretman, secretary, both of Moline. Talks were given by William T. Kloenfer, president, and Clarence M. Maybee, treasurer of the Peoria chapter, Alton Bunker, chapter president, Val- leja, Calif. Guests were Mr. Redmon, Mr. Kloenfer, Mr. Maybee, Mr, Bunker, Mrs. Marge Sipple, Mrs. Nettie Horr, who became a new member, Mrs. Esselyn Kennedy, Mrs. Mildred Sundberg and Miss Lynn Johnson. Mrs. Margaret Webb, Gover nor-eicct of District 6, Elgin, District Chairman of Altrusa Information Committee for 1973-75. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. C. G. Maxwell and Miss Lotus Regan, past presidents. Installed were Miss Wilson, president; Mrs. Robert Collier, vice president; Mrs. Kenneth Sargcant, treasurer; Mrs. Jcanette Swedcnbcrg, corresponding secretary; Mrs. G. C. Baker, recording secre- WHO HAS THE MOST COULOTTE SKIRTS LESLIE'S *^>U "Yea! LESLIE'S 1 "' ''^Sljf' I Airman and Mrs. Jon Douglass (Miss Karla Bailey) shoulders of the bride's empire waisted wedding gown of. dhantiUy ..lace. and n yJ o n, styled .with a cathedraUengthi train. Reception Guests offered felioita'tions to the couple at a reception in the Fellowship Hall of the church where honors were given Miss Jannelle Palmer, Mrs. Loren Earley and Mrs. Ivan Palmer, all of Brookings, S.D., and Mrs. Leland Qpling- er of St. Mary's, Kan. •«The couple reside at 630 E. Grove, Apt. B, Ramtoul, where the bridegroom is stationed with, the Air Force. Mrs. Douglass received a two-year certificate in business from Bethany Nazarene College,. Bethany, Okla., where her husband attended college IV2 years .prior to his enlistment. tary; Mrs. John Ankersen, Mrs. Robert Wycoff and Mrs. Margaret Davis, directors. Annual reports were given by committee chairmen. Membership had a gain of 13 per cent under the direction of Mrs. Ankersen. Nominating c 0 m m 11 tee members Mrs. A. H. Telford, chairman, assisted Mrs. Maxwell and Miss Regan. Tables were decorated with roses. Butterworth Center Will Hold Open House Sunday The Butterworth Center, 1105 Eighth St., Moline, will hold open house Sunday from noon to 6 p.m. Refreshments will be served and the public is invited. Ron May, Bettendorf, Iowa, will furnish organ and piano music. The Center was the Moline home of Mr. and Mrs. William Butterworth, called Hillcrest. The gardens and grounds are maintained today much the same as they were by Mr. and Mrs. Butterworth. Visitors may tour the gardens and the mansion Sunday, when the gardens will be at their peak. Ceremony Is Read On Campus The Knox College Campus was the setting for the wedding of Miss Barbara Atweil, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Atwell of Lerna, III, and C. Joseph Westerdale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Westerdale of Aitona. Ofifiekiting at the double ring ceremony June 2 was Rev. Ordell Peterson. For attendants the couple chose their roommates Miss Katerine Yamasaki and Michael Gentile of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wes- iterdale are students at Knox College and will be seniors in the fall. ARMY MOTHERS CLUB : Army Mothers Club will mset Tuesday for .a noon luncheon at the home of Mrs. Lester Downard, Mobile City. Announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Jana Jean Boyer, daughter of Mrs. Charles Boyer Jr., of near Galesburg and the late Mr. Boyer, to Kenneth Ray Brackbill of Easley, S. C. Miss Boyer, a graduate of Galesburg Senior High School, received a degree from Carl Sandburg Junior College and a degree in Practical Christian Training from Bob Jones University, Greenville, S. C, this spring. Mr. Brackbill, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Brackbill of Ronks, Pa., was also graduated this spring from Bob Jones University with a degree in business administration. He Is- employed by the accounting firm of Hubert Barnette, CPA, of Taylors, and Easley, S. C. A Sept. 15 wedding in Galesburg is being planned. Miss Jana Boyer lii Will Present Children's Play Rehearsals have been held all this week at the Prairie Players Theater, 656 W. Losey St., for the first of three children's plays to be presented this summer. Rehearsing for "Snow White and Rose Red" are Bob Hacker, left, John Gould, Mrs. Peter Calderone and Mrs. Ed Bantz, looking at Terry Tulin. The sixth member of the cast is Mrs. Rick Cannon. Director for the play, which opens Saturday is Mrs. Robert Cabeen. Performances will be given at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sunday, and the following weekend, June 23-24. TRI-DELTA ALUMNAE Tri-DeMa Alumnae will meet Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Sam Swanson, 211 Seminole Drive. * IJT'S GO * On S»l., Jun» 23rd to 81. Louif. Mlliourt — to visit the U Flags over Mid-America. Bus leaves GaiesbUJfc' at 5 A.M. Reservation due date Wed., June 20th. Phone 342-4880 or 348-6718. Air eondi- Uoned bus. Prairie Players Pluu Diimer Theatre At a recent board meeting ofcil to conduct a summer workshop. Prairie Players, plans for a dinner theatre were discussed. This event will be at the Sheraton Jnn the last two weekends of July. Prairie Players announce that the group has been awarded $300 by the Illinois Arts Coun- The first of three children's plays will be presented on June 16. 17, 23 and 24. "Snow White ard Rose Red" will be presented at 1:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. on all four days. Tickets are available at O. T. Johnson's, Lindstrom's, Pants Plus and at the door. Miss Mary Galbreath Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Galbreath of Kirkwood announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Mary to Dr. Gary D. Distin, son of Mr. and.Mrs. Senlo B. Distin, of Stronghurst. Since her graduation from Eureka College, where she was a Eureka Scholar and president of Phi Omega Sorority and of the Student Education Association, Miss Galbreath has been a teacher of English and the adviser to the yearbook staff at Morrison Community High School, Morrison. Dr. Distin also attended Eureka College where he was affiliated with Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity. He received his O.D. from Illinois College of Optometry with the class of 1973. While at ICO, Dr. Distin was president of Phi Theta Upsilon Fraternity and recipient of that organization's leadership award. The couple plans an Aug. 4 wedding in Monmouth. WRC Presents Flags Flags were presented the Mississippi Valley Girl Scout Council and the Good Sams Club Camping organization, recently by the James T. ShieVds Woman's Relief Corps, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic, reported Mrs. Helen Johnson, patriotic instructor, at the meeting Thursday at the Eagles Club.. Mrs. Floyd Frey presided, Mrs. Paul Jobe reported that after the recent WRC rummage sale, the remainder of the clothing was donated in the name of the Corps to the Galesburg. Mission. It was announced that the Junior Corps, meeting Thursday morning, selected the name Cardinal, Junior Corps of the Woman's Relief Corps. Two investigating committees were appointed by Mrs. Frey. Named were Mrs. Edna Fields, Mrs. Lorraine McLean and Mrs. Neva Lehman to one committee and Mrs. John Kirkbride, Mrs. C. P. Whittom and Mrs. Gertrude Price, to the second. Members of the Corps will attend the Illinois Department Convention in Kankakee June 21-24. The charter was draped in memory of Mrs. Lillian Grabill. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Frey assisted by Mrs. George Brogan and Mrs. Joe . Connors. NEWCOMERS CLUB The Newcomers Club couples bridge group will meet Saturday at 8 p.m. in the Community Room of Home Savings & Loan Assn. There is a small charge per couple. For reservations members are being asked to call Mrs. LaClare Sloan, 214 Fulton St., or Mrs. Harold Ca-iada, 370 Hawkinson Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams of Galva announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Candy, to Alan Fones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fones of Galesburg. The wedding will take place July 15 at 2:30 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church of Galva. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and the reception at Epworth Hall. Miss Williams, a graduate of Galva High School, is employed at Eagles, Galesburg. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Gale Products. Miss Julie Hallstrom Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hallstrom of Monmouth announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie, to Kent Turnbull, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Turnbull of Griggsville. Miss Hallstrom, a graduate of Monmouth High School, is a junior at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Her fiance, a graduate of Griggsville High School, is also a junior at Western Illinois (diversity. No date has been set for the wedding. The engagement of Miss Vicki Raylene Stoatto to Elmer Dean Price, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Price of Alpha, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shatto of Hale, Mo. The bride-elect was graduated from Wgh school in Hale, Mo. Her fiance, a graduate oi AlWood High School, is a member of the National Guard of Galva. Mr. Price is employed at Gale Products. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Vicki Shatto Hospital Guild Hears Scholarship Winners Four young women who have received scholarship assistance from the Galesburg Cottage Hospital Service Guild in order to pursue careers in health care were featured speakers Tuesday, when the Guild held its annual meeting at the First United Methodist Church. Scholarship winners appearing on the program included Miss Mary Jean Goodlow, who - Miss Sandra Mack Mr. and Mrs. Buell Mack of Berwick announce the engagement and: forthcoming .marriage of their daughter, Sandra, to George W. Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Campbell Sr.. of Macomb. Miss Mack was graduated from Roseville High School and Macomb School of Beauty Culture. Her fiance, a graduate of Macomb High School, is employed.by C.S. Norcrossi and Sons in Bushnell;. A Sept. 7 wedding is being planned. has received her degree from Carl Sandburg College and plans to continue her work in the field of mental health; Miss Beverly Thompson, Knoxville, a graduate of Moline Public Hospital who is presently working in the pediatrics department at Cottage Hospital; Miss Connie Fako, who will attend Illinois State University .to study physical therapy on a Guild Scholarship; and Miss Cherie Jean Powell, who will enter Bradley University for a four-year nursing program, also on a Guild Scholarship. Miss Fako and Miss Powell are recent graduates of Galesburg High School. The young women were introduced by Mrs. James Stevens, first vice president of the Guild. Mrs. Dean Hertenstein, who has served as president of the Guild for the past year and who will be in office for another year, presided and introduced other officers and committee chairmen who will work with her during the coming year, Mrs. Stevens, first vice president; Mrs. Don White, second vice president; Mrs Dave Beck, third vice president; Mrs. Al Christiansen, secretary, Mrs. Claude Stubbs, treasurer; Mrs. Wilbur Pillsbury and Mrs. Forrest McGrew, directors. Tuesday's program also in­ cluded reports from officers and chairmen. Mrs. Tom Herring described plans for the enlagred gift shop in the new wing, and Mrs. Richard Bishop, discussed improvements scheduled in the new snack bar. Arthur Andersen, director of purchasing for the hospital, described in detail the new wing scheduled to open in August. Retiring Guild board members were recognized and thanked by Mrs. Hertenstein. Mrs. Dean Grimes, former president, presided at the coffee table. SANDBURG COTTAGE The Carl Sandburg Cottage, 331 E. Third St., will be open to the public Sunday from I to 5 p.m. The birthplace is closed on Monday but is open daily the remainder of the week from 9 a.m. to noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. Sunday morning visits may be made by appointment only. Wedding Will Be June 23 Miss Jena Duckwiler and Donald D. Underwood, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected Saturday, June 23, as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. at the Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Duckwiler, 1840 McMaster Ave., and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Underwood, 1039 S. Kellogg St. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/343-5514 After Six, Lord W*it, Palm Btach Register (or Free Honeymoon to tas Vegas 10 We»t Main St., Galetburj Wolf sies Inc. 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