,12tGalMbufO Register-Mali, flqlMburflJlL Tuesday, June 19/1,973 Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cowsef will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home on Colleen Street in the Geiger-Dornink addition at Woodhull. Hosting the event will be the couple's three children, Mrs. Gary (Rhonda) Taylor, Alpha, and Randall and Valorie at home. Mr. and Mrs. Cowser were married June 24, 1948 at the First Baptist Church in Marceline, Mo., and have resided in Woodhull the past 25 years. Mr. Cowser is employed as a supervisor for the John Deere East Moline Works where he recently noted 26 years of employment. Mrs. Cowser is employed at St. Mary's Hospital where she has worked for the past year upon her graduation from the Carl Sandburg Licensed Practical Nursing program. Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Goben, 107 Yates St., Alpha, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house at the United Methodist Church in Alpha. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Goben were married June 20, 1948 at the Alpha Methodist Church. They have resided in Alpha and the vicinity for 25 years. The couple are the parents of three children, Deborah Goben, Springfield, Lynn Goben, Wheaton, and Scott Goben, atihome. Mr. Goben is employed by John Deere East Moline Wfrks as a supervisor. His wife is owner arid operator of Ruth's Beauty Salon in Alpha. Wedding Will ! Be June 23 In Oneida Miss Mary JoLene Stickle and Thomas R. Dennis, whose engagement was announced previously, have selected June 23 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7 p.m. at Oneida First Presbyterian Church. 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. Clyde J. Stickle, Oneida, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis, Lynn Center. Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Herbert W. Swanson, Rio, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday at the home of William Johnson and Miss Grace Johnson, near Rio. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 5 p.m. The couple has three chil- ren, John Swanson, Galesburg, Agnes and Virginia at home. Mr. and Mrs. Swanson were married June 22, 1948 at Corpus Christi Church by Rev. Patrick J. Convery. The couple requests no gifts. p. romided Mm Pamela Sue Anderson, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs, G. E. Anderson of Ondda, exchanged wedding vows with Donald L. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Jones of Oneida, on Saturday. Dr. Robert White read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church, Galesburg. Best man for his brother was H. Paul Jones of Victoria. Guests were seated by Bill Keith, cousin of tiie bride, and E. Jay Anderson, brother of the bride. Matron of honor was Mrs. H. Paul Jones of Victoria, sister-dn4aiw of the bride- gmxxm. For her wedding, Miss Anderson, given in marriage by her father, selected a white crepe goiwn, fashioned with a lace bodice and lace train. Veiling was caught ito a small crown. Miss Anderson carried a bouquet of white roses, miniature carnations and stat- ice. Reception Hosts for the reception in their home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadsaii Jr., 1337 Grand Ave., cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will reside near Oneida. Both attended ROVA High School., Mr. Jones is employed at Roiwe Manufacturing Co. Bad News(Continued From Page 11) No Fait(Continued From Page II) About _ People* Department rtpfo^, with fihe U.S. Agriculture (USDA). One but of five shoppers said she had bought food in the preceding two weeks that was either spoiled or stale when she got it'Home. Some felt food went bad before It should. Strawberries, for ekample, got mushy sooner Mn expected. Perishable and semi-perishable foods were almost exclu Calendar Mela* GLEANERS CHICLE The tileaners Circle of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church la having a picnic and silent auction Wednesday at 0:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Herbert Engman, 765 Locust St., rain or shine.- Members slvely the catiae for complaint, are asked to bring their own Meats and poultry, processed table service, and a covered ggf fi* yrddudj dish. All women of the church and vegetables, ' are invited. ^ Young CO n SUim ers, especially tIlos e reported cases of tir i W S C t?^ E WA ? 0N , »PO»i«l or state food more Welcome wagon get-acquaint- *r<j m ,A n »it v tu fln A *up« RB(i ed coffee will be Wednesday ®ST morning at 9:30 a.m. at the 8 " F ' ...... Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. Shoppers with higher Income Babysitters will be provided for and educational evels reported a small fee. 1 dissatisfaction with food more In case of rain the coffee will often than others, be at the First United Presby- Hie university said this terlan Church. For further in- dissatisfaction may be related formation call Mrs. Tom An- to higher expectations by these derson, 1388 N. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Jones (Miss Pamela Anderson) Ceremony Read In Monmouth Home Mrs. Anne Jared and Eugene D. Koepke, Peoria, exchanged wedding vows Saturday at the home of,her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fraser, 414 E. Detroit St., Monmouth. Judge Lewis Murphy read the double ring ceremony at 7 for the bride and bride- shoppers rather than purchase of foods ithat are not as fresh as those purchased by other shoppers. P.S.—What to do when you •„ A 1T . , find you bought bad food? Most 7:30 p.m. at Lions Shelter No. customers in the survey asked flfTS- l_at Lake Storey. Mr. and the store to replace bad food. A ^7. SILVER RIMS MOTORCYCLE CLUB The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club will meet Wednesday at Mrs. Max Gale, Mrs. DeWayne Holmes, Mrs. Guy Hinton and Mrs. Herbert Tucker were the Knox County representatives at the 30th Citizenship and Homemakers Extension Association Organization Conference at the University of Illinois, Urbana - Champaign, Wednesday through Friday. , ' "Oh Say Can You See" was the general theme of the conference, Which was presided over by Mrs. Robert Tenhouse, Liberty. Nearly 300 Homemakers attended the three-day session which Included classes, skfts, speeches and planning meetings, SOANGETAHA Soangetaha Country Club will be the host for a guest women's golf day on Thursday. Tee-off will begin at 8:15 on No. 1 tee and No. 10 tee. Nine holes will be played with a luncheon to be served at 12:30 p.m. Pairings will appear in Wednesday's paper. fashion's sake were slaughtered for the table. Then, all of a sudden, the clothes makers went back to wool more and more. It takes time to build up the flock9 of sheep. Until wool becomes plentiful, the price will be up. Miss Lambert had more bad news. She foresees a shortage in fine fabrics. For the fall and winter collections, in fact she thinks American designers have worked a mliracler-putting their hands on some of the fine .after a wedding trip, fabrics that are in short supply. "Pure cashmere, chiffon, angora, wool gabardine, tweeds, double-faced fabrics, Tr/ , J( real suede and supersuede W eClUing glove leather, silk oatin, char meuse, crope de superthin lame are not onby precious today, but tomorrow's collector's items," Miss Lambert said. p.m groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester B. Koepke, Appleton, Wis. Miss Marty Fraser, the bride's sister, Chicago, and Barry Schaffer, Peoria, were attendants. Mrs. Jared selected a pink voile dress fashioned with a full gathered skirt and Bishop sleeves. She wore lilies-of4he- valley in her hair, and carried a bouquet of them. For- her "something old," she wore her great-grandmother's wedding bracelets. . A reception was held after the ceremony at the bride's parents' home. The newlyweds will reside at 2122 Suraiyview St., Peoria, ployed at Cronins, in Galesburg. Her husband, a graduate of Appleton High School, Appleton, Wis., and South Colorado State College, Pueblo, Colo., is general accounting supervisor at Caterpillar Co., Mapleton. Mrs. Roger Horton and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horton will be in charge of the refreshments. MOTHERS, FRIENDS OF THE RETARDED CLUB The Mothers and Friends of (Ihie (Retarded Club will convene Thursday alt Holiday Inn rather than Club 19, as previously announced at 7 p.m.. lor a Dutch Treat dinner and start business meeting. Reservations are to be made by Wednesday wiiith Mrs. John Emickson. replj few asked for money back. The rest? They just "forgot about it." Anclerson- (Continued From Page 11) will reside at their new home •at'Little Swan Lake, Avon. Mrs. Housh,. a graduate of Abingdon High School, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. Her husband, who attended Abingdon schools, is employed at Briggs Manufacturing Co. (Continued From Page 11) tables at the 6:30 p.m. banquet. The reunion planning committees responsible for the reunion were: chairman, Mrs. Bernice Kirkham Peterson; co-chairman, Mrs. Helen Larson McMillan; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Forrest Olson; recording secretary, Mrs. Lillian Benson, and treasurer, Roy E. Lofgren. A Sunday morning brunch at the Holiday Inn concluded the reunion. Mrs. Koepke,- a graduate of Monmouth High School, is em- oatin, char- -WF/'JI wy chine and Will tie June 30 Today's Eyecolor The latest in eye color comes in the form of pencils and crayons. These pencils and crayons can be used as eyeshadow, liner, blush, lip liner and eyebrow pencil and come in a wide Social Page EAGLES AUXILIARY The Eagles Auxiliary will meet this evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles clubroom. The officers meeting will be at 7:15 p.m. Miss Teresa Shaver and Thomas R. Swanson, whose engagement was previously announced, have selected June 30 for their wedding. Vows will be exchanged at 2:30 p.m. at the Bethany Baptist Church on Simmons Street. Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the Bethany Baptist Church on Academy Street. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Shaver, Rural Route 4, Mobile Citv and her fiance the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanson, 1096 HuberSt. ON SALE NOW ENDS JUNE 23rd Save on Exciting lOO Do u to I e Kn its Wrinkle free wash'n wear knits in festive fancies, sunshine solids, and fashion solids, and fashion weaves . . . just made to pack up and gol Also look for blended and single knits on sale at this same low price. 56/60" WIDE YEA LESLIE'S MOONLIGHT MADNESS SPECIALS Wednesday, June20 - 6 to 9 P.M. $ 1.00 0ffSL"!I SUMMED HOUSE Vz Off Misses Dresses '/3 Off PANT SUITS '3 Off LONG DRESSES ALL ON BOLTS ALL 1st QUALITY FABRICS Yd. VALUES TO 3.88 [I Dou lb I o Kn ife &i 100% Polyester In two, three, and four tone colorations In premium knit fancies. 58".60" WIDE ALL ON BOLTS $ 5 Off Bathing Suits Vz Off SiP" $ 2 Off J EANS 149 E. MAIN STREET Across From Wa I greens ALL 1st QUALITY 77 Y<. Values to 5.99 fashion fa. b iri cs ". . . where fashion begins and saving* never end." 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