Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 23, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 23, 1963
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"1 • At 8 o'clock Saturday ; e Ven .ing in the Advent i Christian Church Miss M a r t h a Glendening exchanged wedding vows with Larry brakes, airman 3c, as Rev. Donald Mace read the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her oldest brother, Howard Glendening, 'the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Glendening, 562 Phillips St., carried a lace covered Bible, topped with a cascade of blue carnations, setting the Air Force blue color theme. • Best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr, and Mrs. Locke Sedgwick, Moline, was Melvin Har' graves,, airman 3c, of Scott Air ! Force Base. Ushers included Michael Smith, airman 3c, Michael Lanier," airman 3d and James • Floj>d, airman 3c. All are'mem* bers of the Air Police at Scott Air Force Base as is the bridegroom. Is Soloist At the organ console was Mrs. Sharon Coffman to present the prelude and to accompany the soloist, Jack Lee. Acolytes were Michael and Lossee Sedwick, brothers of the bridegroom. Preceding the bride were Miss Esther Miller of Easton, 111., Miss Pat Olson of Wataga, bridal attendants, and Pamela DeWitt as flower girl. For her wedding Miss Glendening selected a gown of chantilly lace and nylon organza. Accents of sequins marked the lace insert at the square scalloped neckline of the fitted bodice of her dress fashioned with a tiered lace . ruffled skirt. The same lace accents marked the back of the dress, with its sweeping train. Veiling was caught to crystal teardrops. Miss Miller and Miss Olson a crown of tiny seed pearls with were in identically styled light blue wool sheath dresses, Each carried ballerina clusters of white carnations. Their nose veils caught to tiny hats were white. At the reception at the Galesburg Woman's Clubhouse, guests offered felicitations to the couple, - who. later*left on a wedding'trip. Honors were shared' by Mrs. Ralph Gilmore of Alexis and Mrs. Don Wilkins, sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Verna Pickard a cousin of the bride. The Air Airman and Mrs. Larry Frakes (Miss Martha Glendening) Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. McCracken (Miss Bonne .lean Edgar) FOR SALE MINK JACKETS and COAT I have 2 medium size Mink Jackets, one never worn. Also full length Mink Coat. Each in perfect condition. Can be bought right. WRITE BOX 817 c-o REGISTER-MAIL and I will contact you. Force blue was the decorative touch at the reception. Miss Beth Frakes of Arlington Heights, sister of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book and gifts we're arranged by Miss Thelma Courtright and Miss Barbara Maddox of Peoria, and Miss Diane Gilmore of Alexis, niece of the bride. After their wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside at Shiloh Trailer Court in O'Fallon, 111., as the bridegroom is stationed at Scott Air Force Base. Mrs. Frakes, a graduate of Gaesburg High School, attended 'the Peoria Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. Her husband was graduated from Alexis High School. l^JuptLald Solemnized at C^oidbrooh BAPTIST CIRCLES The Wiseman Circle of the First Baptist Church will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Delia Heavilin, 91 W. Simmons St. Also meeting Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock will be members of the Margaret B. Smith Circle. Hostess for this meeting will be Mrs. Fred Reinschmidt, 1289 N. Cherry St. JAY-C-ETTE BOARD Jay-C-Ette Board members will meet Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home' of Mrs. Edwin Ap'pel, 247 N. Arthur Ave. SINCERITY LODGE Officers and members of Sincerity Lodge 6 interested in attending the banquet on Oct. 2 for new candidates are being asked to make reservations with Mrs. Cecil Davis, 1732 Baird Ave., by Wednesday. Coldbrook Christian Church was the scene of the Friday evening wedding of Miss Bonnie Jean Edgar, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Edgar of Cameron and Donald G. McCracken, son of Mrs. Dora McCracken and the late George McCracken of Abingdon. Reading the double ring ceremony was Rev. Hugh A. Reynolds Jr. As guests were being seated by Dewey Gordon of Abingdon and Roger Edgar, brother of the bride, Mrs. Max Johnson presented a prelude of organ music. Best man was George Andrews of Cameron. The bride, walking with her father, carried a crescent cascade bouquet of white roses and ivy. Her dress, fashioned by her mother was designed with a sa- brina neckline trimmed with seed pearls and rhinestones. The long sleeves ended in a point over the wrist and the full length College News- (Continued from page .8) INTERLOCKING RING SETS Always together , . . thanks to Keepsake's hidden lock that prevents the rings from twisting and turning on the finger. JUuji eakjjcu to show deluL fncu include Pedutl Tu. J ewe SILVERSMITHS 56 North Prairie Street Ind., where she will. be a senior this year. The col- legienne spent the summer in Europe where she studied French for six weeks at Lausanne, Switzerland- This summer program was sponsored by the Michigan State University American Language and Educational center. In addition to attending classes the students were taken to various points of interest in Europe as part of the program. She also took some weekend trips to Monaco, the French and Italian Riviera. Before returning to the States, Miss Swensrud spent two weeks in northern Europe, visiting the cities of Paris, London, Amsterdam, Brussels, II e i d c 1- berg, concluding with a trip clown the Rhine River. Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Swensrud, 5(i2 N. Academy St., met their daughter in Chicago, when she flew in from Europe, and took her to Greencastle, Ind., for the ensuing college year. Recently pledged to Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity at Mississippi State University is Carl Ivar Swanson of Galesburg. He is a major in the School of Education. skirt of silk organza over taffeta swept into a brush train. A band of tulle trimmed with seed pearls held her nylon illusion fingertip veil in place. Miss Diane Utzinger of Cameron served as maid of honor wearing a yellow chiffon over taffeta dress. Completing her attire was a short white nose veil caught to a tiny band. She carried a crescent bouquet of white carnations to complement her costume. Mindy Kay Skinner, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl. Reception Guests offered congratulations to the couple at a reception following in the church dining room, where the yellow and white wedding theme was reflected in the motif. The tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groorn, was encircled with ivy and yellow roses. Of special note was the white linen tablecloth, which belonged to the bride's great-grandmother. Accorded serving honors were Mrs. Harold Edgar of Rock Island, Mrs. Lester Newberry Jr., of Monmouth, aunts of the bride, Mrs. James Hook, cousin of the bridegroom, and Miss Doris Skinner, aunt of the bridegroom. The guest book was in charge of Miss Connie McCracken and Miss Shirley McCracken, twin sisters of the bridegroom. The gifts were arranged by Mrs Richard Sholl and Mrs. Jerry Painter. Mrs. McCracken, a 1902 grad­ uate' of Galesburg High School, was graduated Sept. 1 from the Peoria School of Practical Nursing. She will he employed at St. Mary's Hospital. Mr. McCracken attended Abingdon schools and is employed by the Abingdon Pottery. After a short wedding trip to Missouri Mr. and Mrs. McCrack- Golesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, I Alpha Rho- (Continued from page 8) luncheon. Miss Elizabeth Johnson presented the invocation. Highlights o'f the Northeast Regional Conference, which convened in White Sulpher Springs, VV. Va., Aug. 8-12, were reviewed by Miss Ruth Schwartz and Miss Gretchcn Gates as a prelude to the morning session, when new descriptions of committee responsibilities wore outlined. All committees are now grouped under four departments: Society business, program of work, education services and special committees. As program chairman, Miss Virginia Hinchliff announced new yearbooks will be distributed at the October meeting, to be at. the First Methodist Church, Galesburg, Oct. 20. Committee assignments of nil seventy-four members were announced by Miss Edwards, and chairmen met with their respective committees following the luncheon. Chairmen include Miss Frances Kloss, finance: Mrs. Jordan Gotchef, membership; Mrs. Virginia Martin, npminntions; Mrs. Bess Husscy, personal growth and services: Miss Dorothy Cliambcr- lin, professional affairs; Miss Hinchliff, program; Miss Dorothy Ehrcnhart, research: Mrs. Eloise Omcr, scholarships and awards; Mrs. Edna Malladay, publicity and publications; Mrs. Brook Stotts, courtesy and hospitality; Miss Paulino Ncice, initiation; Mrs. Lorraine Farr, scrapbook. Mrs. Edith Shuler, as hostess committee chairman for the luncheon and meeting arrangements, was assisted by Mrs. Minnie McKeown, Mrs. Estclla Van Tine, Miss Margaret Bratton, Mrs. Frances Hilscnhoff, Miss Vera Harris, Mrs. Farr, Miss Edwards, Mrs. Ccola Ycagcr and Mrs. Grace Elder. arc} Monday, Sept. 23. 1963 9 Dinner U Concluding Club Event Mrs. Forrest McGrew and Mrs. Phillip Weinberg were co-chairmen for the Galesburg Club party Saturday evening when the club served a buffet dinner in the Oak Room. Tables were festive with hurricane lamps for the club's concluding event, at which items from the storeroom shelves were auctioned. The club is scheduled to close its floors after 78 years of operation, having occupied the present quarters since 1911. en will reside at 103',6 Main St., Abingdon. MRS. PAUL J. SCIIMIDTLKIN . . .moved from Dixon to 1112 N. Academy St. . .is the wife of a district salesman for Phillips Petroleum. . .Is the former Lois Slauber of Bcrwyn. . .was a member of SI. Anne's Church. Christian Family Movement and Young Mother's Club in Dixon. . .Is a member of Civic- Nu-Komcrs, Welcome Wagon, Parcnl-Tcacher Association, Cotillion Club and Immaculate Heart of Mary Church in Galesburg. . .is the mother of Paul Jr., 7, Jean, 5, Janet, 3. David, 2, and Robert, 1. NEWCOMER GREETING Newcomer Greeting Club will meet Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Harold Canada, 370 Hawkinson Ave. Ceremony Is fn Btishnell Miss Carolyn Fishell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fishell, became the bride of Elgin L. Everly, son of Mr, and Mrs. Benton Everly, Saturday evening at the Methodist Church. They were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hickman and the ceremony was. performed by Rev. Henry Cox. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register la our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A-Gift WEBERS 149 E. Main ST. MARY'S AUXILIARY St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary board meeting will be Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock in the doctors room at the hospital. Set aside a small container of shortening and a clean paint brush to avoid greasy fingers when greasing cake pans. BUTTONS AND BOWS All area square dancers arc being invited to attend the Buttons and Bows square dance at the Docey Doe Club Wednesday evening. Orlo Moore will furnish the music and call for instruction from 7 o'clock to 8:30 o'clock and for dancing, which will he until 11 o'clock. Instruction will be in western style movement. Those attending are being asked to bring finger food. rtcarved I A M O N D RINGS Beloved by Brides for over 100 years SOUTHERN STAR RING $150.00 Ring •r.Urgtd to |ho« dftnl. EASY TERMS ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. Main St. Aulhoriisd A r tCarved Jew.l.r ( Rent Electric Carpet Shampooer FOR ONLY M Now you can rent the new Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day with purchase of famous Blue Lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at BRAND NEW... 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