Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 21, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 21, 1973
Page 12
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,1% :Gglesbuf§, Registef>Moil, CaalgsburQ, Hi,. Thursday, June 21, 1973 Art Show Will Be Friday Mrs. Leinoy Morris, left, president of the a.m. to 7:30 p.m. In ithe Elks Count Yard, Galesibuirg Antfet's Guild, Mrs. Richard Hail- Prairie and Ferris streets. The public is in- berg and Mrs C. A. Swanson are preparing ^ to ate , d ^ free ^ mn date is for the Guild's Outdoor Show, Flea Market and Bake Sale to be'held Friday from 10 p. June 29, Cash N Carry Special Any Combination • PLAIN SKIRTS ~ • TROUSERS O PLAIN SLACKS • SWEATERS Announce Daughter's Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Harry McFetridge, Prairie City, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Carolyn Sue Hilton, to Danny Ray Arnold, son of Mrs. Nina Arnold, Prairie City, and the late Tim Arnold. The bridegroom-elect is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. The couple is planning an October, 20 wedding. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Norton will celebrate their 25th wedding ar^versary at an open house Sunday, June 24, at their home Rt. 2, Lake Warren, Monmouth from 2 to 5 p.m. They were married June 27, 1946 in the First Baptist Church, Gialesburg by Rev. Frederick Gison. Hosts for the event will be their son-Maw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John (Rosie) Dupuy and grandchildren, Jan and Andrea. All Mends and relatives are invited to the open house. The couple requests no gifts. Twofers'(Continued From Page 11) For Offer Good thru July 3rd AY ANDERSON CLEANERS OPEN 6:30 A.M. - 5 P.M. Mc- FREMONT AT SEMINARY PH. 343-2191 READ THE WANT ADS1 READ THE WANT ADS! Couple Notes 25th Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Robert Killip, 126 N. Ivan Ave., celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary at a family dinner hosted by their children Saturday evening at Harbor Lights Supper Club. The couple was married June 19, 1948, at Corpus Chrisr ti Church by Rev. George Doubleday. Mr. and Mrs. McKiltip are the parents of Michael McKil- liip, Chicago; Paul McKiUlp, Charleston; Mrs. Rodney (Margaret) Kostelecky, Gales- iburg; Mary ELlen, Patricia and Danny at home. No formal celebration is being planned. single pantsuit. But she went along with the surge to sweaters, showing them in soft pale tones, in solids, or in brilliant geometries for day, carrying on into evening with metallic threads or paillettes. She and several other designers make much use of a new pattern in the soft wools. It's called flame, and is a zigzag (like a graph) of designs running horizontally. One of the most popular wrappings is the elongated rectangular scarf, the ends usually fringed, the works dyed to match the costume, usually the pale oatmeals and beiges or the dark camel. Capes a Favorite Wear them tossed over the shoulder like a skater's scarf, or loop them under the throat and let them fall center front to the knees with coats, dresses or pantsuits. The classic capes never disappear from the fashion scene, although wearing one is an art. Capes always have been a favorite with designer Pauline Trlgere. Among her most striking: A big circle of red and blue plaid over a slim-cut dress in the same pattern, a daytime costume; and for evening, a long mohair cape in shades of green coupled with a green and pink printed silk dress, both floor length. Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Women's high score was won by Mrs. Harry Aldus, and second, Mrs. Carl Hund, James Wallace won men's high and Hugh Nixon, second. Host couple was Mr. and Mrs. Nixon. Next week's hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Del French. GALESBURG DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB Members of the Galesburg Duplicate Bridge Club meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Midwest Credit Union Building. Winners last week were Delbert Myers, George Becker, first; Mrs. E. M. Atkinson, David Riess, second; Mrs. Lester Fick and Mrs. Hilda Whittom, third. People Enjoy Endorsing Our Product. mini ii 11 PII mmrnm m mm m I at- mmm mm THE .FARMERS AND MECHANICS BANK GALESBURG, m . MEMBER „ FEDERAL O ^SSL SSSSi SOANGETAHA COUNTRY CLUB Soamgetaha Duplicate Bridge Club met Tuesday afternoon at the clubhouse. North South winners were Mrs: Maurice Cox and Mrs. Dale Rowe, first; Mrs. Arvid Schoning and Mrs. A. M. Bond!, second; Mrs. Richard Bishop and Mrs. Bruce Rowe, third, and Mrs. Lowell Neve- ln and Mrs. Forrest McGrew, fourth. East-West winners were Mrs. Russell Meyer and Mrs. Chan West, first; Mrs. J. Nixon and Mrs. John Allen, second; Mrs. Charles Fifield Jr., and Mrs. Louis Ubben, third; Mrs. Dale Gunther and Mrs. Robert Reed, fourth. Carrying 1 an heirloom lace handkerchief, originally carried at her great-greait-grandmotli* er's wedding, Miss Frances Elaine Simpson of Stronghurst, walked to the altar of the Sttonghurst United Methodist Church, Sunday afternoon to be« come the bride of David Wiley Work of Gladstone. Rev. Marvin Snapp, officiated at the doubltHring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton G. Simpson of Stronghurst, and Mr. Work, the son of James Richard Work of Biggsville, and the late Mrs. Work. Guests were seated by Phillip Malcolm of Carman and by Rog er Van Tine of Gladstone during an organ prelude by Mrs. Lucille Fort of Stronghurst. David Galbraiith of Gladstone was be9t man, William Dunning of LaGrange, Steven Olson of Gladstone, and James Higbee of Monmouth were groomsmen. Attendants Serving as bridal attendants were Miss Jane Simpson of Stronghurst, Mrs. Randy Akers of Evanston, Miss Deborah Miller of Elmhurst and Mrs. Charles Bailey of Burlington, Iowa. Shannon Dowell acted as trtiinbearer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an empire silhouette white satin gown, styled with a fitted re-embroidered lace bodice, and a lace wedding band neckline. The gown also was styled with a sheer yoke and overskirt of Georgette, and Bishop sleeves of lace and Georgette with wide fitted lace cuffs..Double-layered chapel-length mantilla was of Mr. and Mrs. David Work (Miss Frances Simpson) tulle with a lace edge and lace appliques. The bride's nosegay bouquet was of white Sweetheart roses, miniature chrysanthemums, gypsopbila and ivy. High School and Illinois Wesleyan University at Bloomington, the bride is employed as a language arts teacher at Oak Street Middle School in Burling- A reception followed at the 4)n ,Iowa. Her husband, a gradu- church. After and July 4, the couple will reside near Gladstone. A graduate' of Stronghurst ate of Union High School in Biggsville, served with the U.S. Army in Korea, and is farming near Gladstone. NG UNIT NG Unit of Knox County Home Extension will meet for a potluck dinner Monday at 12 nocn at Lake Storey, Shelter No. 1. Beverages will be furnished'. I I To STEIN'S For Fast Guaranteed Factory Trained Service On Accutron Watches ALL WORK DONE IN STORE Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg SCREEN PRINTED SHIFTS ON THE SUMMER SCENE FRANK JEWELERS CONTOUR A 1 with Diamonds of Ultimate Beauty... $189.50 ll 'usi 'tt'on Enlarged Her /ondest dreams come true when you choose a Contourg diamond bridal set. Muter CbUft, American B»?*«M. »tnk Kmttletii tad Chut* Acceusi* InvUvd. ILLINOIS MOST POPULAB JEW«.KHS Phone 3430412 241 EAST MAIN ST. Geleiburg, III. OPEN MON. * FBI. 'Til 9 P.M. A pair of cool-as-cucum ber sleeveless shifts, per feet for casual days! Bril liantly textured, bright eyed prints done in easy- care permanent press cotton crepe. Choose lithe belted side wrap with collard sweetheart neckline, two inside pockets ... or zip-front model with tunneled d r a w- string, shaped collarless neckline, two Inside pockets. Other breezy styles also available! S-M-L-XL 9.00 each ©.00 each

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