Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 24, 1963 · Page 9
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Serve 50tlt ^InniverSary. MAJOR AND MRS. EDGAR TIEMAN (above), who have lived in Galcsburg since their retirement in 1958, noted their 50th wedding anniversary today in Champaign where they are serving as interim directors for the Salvation Army. Major and Mrs. Tieman were married Sept. 24, 1913, in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Tieman holds the rank of Major in her own right and with this is an ordained minister, as is her husband. They were the guests of honor at a reception Sunday in Kansas City, Mo., where their daughters, Major Ruby Reed, director of the Evangeline Residence, a Salvation Army residence for young working women in Kansas City, and Mrs. Austin Abbot of Palo Alto, Calif., who is a literary research chemist for Lockheed Aviation, were hostesses. About People And Places Mr. and Mrs. Thorsten Peterson of Sterling, Colo., have spent the past week as house guests in the home of Mrs. Peterson's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Harler, 1702 So. Seminary St. They are returning to Colorado from a four months voyage to Europe, where they visited Germany, Holland, Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Several dinners and luncheons have been held to celebrate their homecoming and to view their souvenirs and gifts. They visited in Fagelfors, Sweden, Mr. Peterson's childhood farm home. If you want miniature shells for canapes, drop half-teaspoonfuls of cream-puff batter onto a greased baking sheet, leaving room for spreading. Bake in i. 400-degree oven for about 15 minutes. Paint wicker furniture with a fly sprayer. Make paint very thin. It's easier and covers more evenly than a brush. Couple Exchange Promises Miss Joan Wall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wall of Avon, became the bride of Michael David Fitzgibbon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fitzgibbon of Can* ton, in the St. Augustine Catholic Church on Saturday. Wedding vows were pledged at 2 o'clock in the afternoon as Rev. Martin Fallon read the double ring ceremony. Rod Turner of Avon served as best man. Guests were seated by fid Pitzgibbon of Canton, brother of the bridegroom, and Tony Dawson of St. Augustine, cousin of the bride, as the prelude was presented by Mrs. Keith Boone of St. Augustine, organist. Miss Wall, given in marriage by her brother, Patrick Wall, carried a missal, decorated with burnt orange rosebuds and lily-of- the-valley to complement her dress of bridal taffeta. Styled with a fitted bodice, having a scoop neckline and elbow length sleeves, the dress was fashioned with a full overskirt. Veiling was caught to miniature crown of pearls. Mrs. Rod Turner of Avon, matron of honor, carried mums and pompons in autumn colors to accent her orange brocade taffeta dress with its fitted bodice, detailed down the back with small bows. The full skirt was bell- shaped. Reception Honors at the reception which followed at the parish house were accorded Mrs. Charlotte Wingate, Mrs. Leon Martin, Miss Mickey Dawson, Miss Mary Ann Wall, Mrs. Alex McCone, of Chicago, and Mrs. Art Potter of Avon. Miss Louise Sabetti of Abingdon was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Miss Ann Potter and Miss Barbara Potter. After a wedding trip to St. Louis, Mo., the couple is residing in Canton, where the bridegroom is attending Canton Junior College. Mrs. Fitzgibbon, a graduate of Avon High School and the Galesburg School of Beauty Cul- Golesburg Register-Moil, Gafesburg, HI. Tuesday, Sept. 24, 19639 New Twist- (Continued from page 8) Mr. and Mrs. Michael D. Fitzgibbon (Miss Joan Wall) ture, was employed with the Charm Center in Abingdon. Mr. Fitzgibbon, a graduate of Avon High School, served four years in the Navy. In addition to attending school, he is employed at International Harvester, Canton. St. Joseph's Alumnae Hears Committee Reports Committee reports were given and officers for the ensuing year nominated at the meeting of St. Joseph's Alumnae Monday at the school. A potluck dinner was served prior to the meeting conducted by Mrs. Roseanne Mc- Iravy, president. Officers for the ensuing year were presented, as follows: Mrs. John Stiles, president; Mrs. Laule, vice president; Mrs. Norman Groff, secretary, and Mrs. Guy Stinson, treasurer. It was announced that Foundation Day of Sisters of Providence on Oct. 22, will be observed by CLUB CARD PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miles were co-chairmen for the mixed bridge event at (lie Knox County Country Clubhouse Monday evening. Winners were Mrs. Charles Bulklcy, first, and Mrs. Fred Nichols, second, for the women; Douglas Tracy, first, and Harry Weaver, second, for the men. Grand slam winners were Mrs. Virgil Elliott and Mr. Tracy. The evening's prize winners were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stocrzbnch. Mixed bridge play will continue through October at the clubhouse. Co-chairmen for next play will be Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lane. the association. Members voted to have Rolland Root paint a life size picture of Father Costa to be presented to Costa High School in honor of the alumnae. the frustration of accidentally pulling out part of the work, or of having a young "helper" do it for you.-MRS. E. J. DEAR POLLY - My cutwork banquet cloth requires careful handling when it is laundered. I wash the cloth with mild, pure, enke soap, then rub the damp bar all over the cloth until it is well coverd with soap. Hang the cloth in the bright sunlight until it is dry, wash all the soap out. After the cloth has dried again, it will come out white as snow. It is not necessary to use high-powered bleaches and strong soap to make it white. Though my cloth has been used on brides' tables and for formal teas for 15 years, it still looks white and bright as ncw.-MRS. M. E. II. GIRLS—I had amazing results with this "really new to me" trick. The frnll wide lace border on a small cloth that had not been used for years and had yellowed became truly snowy white.— POLLY. DEA R POLLY - We learned quite by accident that, a little tot. too small to blow big bubbles will have a great success if he stands in front of the air conditioner. You will soon think you have n young Lawrence Welk, he is so surrounded by flying bubbles.— FERN. GIRLS—My young grandson was delighted but his mother was not quite so thrilled with the hubbies blowing here and there.— POLLY. DEAR POLLY-Whcn crocheting pieces that are to be joined together to make a tablecloth, afghnn or bedspread, keep the Entertains LT Club "My Favorite Magazine" was recalled when L. T. Club members met in the home of Mrs. Don Tabb near Cameron. The business was conducted by Mrs. Byron Moore, chairman. Mrs. Joe Jacobs had charge of the progam entitled "Magazine Article." A very fine report was given on a recent article. Games were conducted by Mrs. Glen Schrodt and prizes awarded. determining the right and wrong sides.-MRS. P. K. Share your favorite home* making Ideas. . . send them lo Polly in care of (Galesburg Reg- end of the starting thread on the j Istcr Mall). You'll receive m wrong side of the piece. When you start to join them all together, you will have no difficulty in bright new silver dollar If Polly uses your ideas in Polly's Pointers. READ II H " •''•'OSI Whatever your taste may be, there art Early American styles to satisfy it ... we invite you to drop in soon . . . sea for yourself what we mean . . . VICKROY'S HOUSE •< FINE FURNITURE Featuring ETHAN ALLEN Early American 248 EAST SIMMONS STREET — GALESBURG, ILL. Phone 342-2331 f HILL ARCADE BLDG. DIAL 342-1313 GALESBURG, ILL. ow many times have you said to yourself, "I'd give anything for a really comfortable shoe"? We heard you and ... 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