Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Page 14
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"14 Golesburg Register-Mail, Gglesbu^g, III, Wed., Sept, 25, 1963 MR. AND MRS. LOREN E. JOHNSON (above) were married Sunday afternoon at the Carman Methodist Church at Rev. Irving II. Kcnyon read the double ring ceremony for the couple. The bride, the former Bonnie Sue Bowlyow, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail F. Bowlyow of Lomax. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett J. Johnson of Carman. The newlywcds will reside on a farm near Carman upon their return from a wedding trip on Sept. 29. Both were graduated from Stronghurst High School. Mrs. J. L. Travis Is Hostess to GIA Past Presidents Circle Members of the Past President's Circle of the Grand International Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers assembled Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. L. Travis, 1444 S. Seminary St., for luncheon and meeting. Mrs. J. S. Pence assisted the hostess. Guests were seated at a table attractively decorated in pastel colors with an attractive centerpiece consisting of a milk glass planter and matching candelabras. Mrs. J. S. Pence, president, conducted a short business meeting and Mrs. W. W. Blaine received the prize in the afternoon's games. Pictures of the group were taken. Cut the bottom out of a plastic bottle to make a funnel. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! MR. AND MRS. JOHN W. CARL JR. (above) who will be residing in Honolulu, Hawaii, were married Friday evening at the First United Church in New Windsor. Mrs. Carl Jr., the former Mary Jane Keim, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kelm of New Windsor. Mr. Carl Jr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Carl of Kailna Oahu, Hawaii. Mrs. Carl, a graduate of Monmouth College, received a degree in physical therapy at the University of Wisconsin and is employed by the Rehabilitation Center of Hawaii. Mr. Carl, a civilian employe of the Navy, was graduated from Los Angeles State College.. Gives History Of Organization Mrs. Harden Weaver, 481 Scotch Elm Lane, entertained the members of Junior Alumnae of the Galesburg Woman's Club at her home Tuesday morning for a coffee. Mrs. Donald Cota, chairman, presided and introduced Mrs. Robert Reed, charter chairman, who gave a brief history of the organization. New members welcomed were Mrs. J. Bradley Chandler and Mrs. Ray Webb. Mrs. Herbert Kamerer was a guest. Officers include Mrs. Cota, chairman; Mrs. F. Byron Nelson, vice chairman; Mrs. Charles Fifield, secretary, Mrs. Harden Weaver, program; Mrs. James Cully, publicity; Mrs. Robert Swartz, welfare, and Mrs. Floyd Stegall, attendance. Plan Open House Mr, and Mrs. Drue Foster of Avon will celebrate their 50tH wedding anniversary with • an open house in their home,Sunday from 2 to 5 o'clock In the afternoon. They were married Sept. 30, 1913, and have lived in Avon all their lives. They are the parents of one son, Charles H. (Hank) of Galesburg, three daughters, Mrs. Robert L. (Thelma) King of Peoria, Mrs. Stanley R. (Marian) Lewis of Abingdon and Mrs William (Jane) Reeves of Mesa, Ariz. They have seven grandsons. Mr. and Mrs. Drue Foster. READ THE WANT ADS! But Can You Stop? Calorie counters can treat themselves to a nut snack if they know when to stop. The following have 100 calories: 4 cashews; 18 salted peanuts; 6 pecans; 12 pistachios or 5 walnuts. From Knox- (Continued from page 13) biology department; Dr. William D. Lewis, assistant professor of education, and Dr. Douglas L. Wilson, instructor in English. Dr. Ward will carry out research on a long-range project relating to classification of sagebrush in the western states. He will make several field trips in connection with his study. Dr. Lewis is serving as a member of a team of faculty members initiating the urban education program being inaugurated this year by the Associated Colleges of the Midwest and the Chicago public school system. Five Knox students are participating in the undertaking, which offers opportunities for student teaching in an urban environment. He is conducting a seminar in urban education as part of the program. Dr. Wilson is on leave from teaching duties during the semester in order to complete work on his doctoral degree. For Non-Cooks Among the current crop of cook books for non-cooks are the "I Never Cooked Before Cook Book," "I Hate to Cook Book," "The Querulous Cook Book,' "The Complete Martini Cook Book," and the "Eating-in-Bed Cook Book." 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