Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 25, 1963 · Page 26
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 26

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, September 25, 1963
Page 26
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26 Galesburg Register-Mail Nuptials Are in Rock Falls KLUSVJLT..E Louise Howerler and Paul David Blankenship, both of Sterling, exchanged wedding vows at 7 o'clock Friday, Sept. 13 in the Jena and Mrs. Dwayne Kennon. r\~ —i „ r Miss Avis man. Ushers were Berton Mollis and Gary Garland. Decorations for the reception which followed in the YMCA were also in a blue and white theme. Given serving honors at the refreshment table centered with a four tiered wedding cake were Mrs. Jerry Hutsell, Mrs. Paul Donne, also a sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Bud Millage of Mahomet, Mrs. Paul Arand, Ga- i First Church of the Nazarene in Rock Falls. Rev. Roy Nichols officiated at the ceremony, assisted by Rev. Willard Hollis of Ore- Swords, Peoria, t h e gon. a eve bride's cousin and Denny Thomas. Rock Falls, nephew of the bridegroom were candielighters, and Mrs. Roy Nichols registered Mrs. William Marshall guest*?. presented the piano prelude and Roger Ilowerter, the bride's brother was the soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Howcrter of Ellisville, wore a chapel length gown of chantilly lace over taffeta. The fitted basque bodice featured a scalloped sabrina neckline and the bouffant overskirt was caught up with self roses over a tiered underskirt edged in scalloped lace. Her silk illusion veiling was also edged in matching maze and she carried red roses and white carnations arranged on a white Bible. Attendants, Mrs. Betty Hollis, Sterling, the bride's sister and matron of honor and Mrs. George Thomas, Rock Falls, bridesmatron and sister of the bridegroom carried blue and white carnation bouquets with their blue taffeta pleated gowns. Rhonda Gail Thomas was flower girl. Serving as best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blankenship of Princeton, W.VA., was Stanley Sliger and 'George Thomas, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was grooms- On return from their wedding trip to West Virginia the newlyweds will reside at 1312 4th Ave., Sterling. The bride was graduated from Valley High School in Falrview, and is employed in the office of the Community General Hospital at Sterling. The bridegroom, a graduate of Princeton High School in Princeton, W.Va. is employed at Klines Department Store, Sterling. Toulon Club as Session Mute y #ct -fytecC ^Aickelbeirys COLD CUTS c TOULON—The September meeting of the Thursday Club was held Sept. 12 at the home of Mrs. Stella White, northeast of Toulon, with Mrs. Fannie Brady as co-hostess. The afternoon was spent in playing 500, with prizes going to Mrs. Leta Hutchen, Mrs. Doris Silliman, Mrs. Virgie Peve and Mrs. Mae Schmidt. Toulon News Notes William F. Bruning was taken to Kewanee Public Hospital by ambulance for observation and treatment. Mrs. Harvey Price entered Kewanee Public Hospital for observation and treatment. Mrs. Rita Williamson returned home Sunday from Rochester, Minn., where she was called by the critical condition of her sister. Miss Frances Dickinson. Don Schmidt has returned to 4 Wabash College at Crawfordsville, Ind., where he is a junior this term. Richard Chilausky, who attends Wabash College spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Chilausky. The U. S. steel industry has a capacity of more than 147,660,000 tons a year. TRADING POST SUPER MARKET 1515 EAST MAIN STREET FRESH PORK LIVER i lbs. MEATY SPARE RIBS lbs. OSCAR MAYER WIENERS lb. PURE CANE SUGAR lbs. 19 SWANS DOWN CAKE MIX Pkgs. 400 COUNT KLEENEX I Boxes 00 GOLDEN Bananas lb. SUNFLOWER OLEO lb. B SMALL EGGS Doz. FROZEN MEAT PIES NORTHERN TOILET TISSUE Roll Pak NORTHERN RED POTATOES lbs. RAT and MOUSE GELETINE ROYAL ALL STAR LATEX WALL PAINT Gallon MR. FARMER! We Pa Prices for E Stop for TV Tubes, Cords, Dry Good Naiff/ Screw*, Tools, Hardware. FLAVOftKIST Sandwich COOKIES LEAN BONELESS 1 r d J r - - '-J *%Vi% - X h X v.-.*. •. • .a- PARK LANE CANNON RAYON AND NYLON 72x90 EACH i 'i GAL. IDEAL YELLOW CREAM APPIAN WAY 303 Can TOKAY YELLOW » lb Lb. Bag NORTHERN GROWN RED U. S. NO. 1 LB. BAG i GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS JIFFY PACKER'S LABEL Sweet Potatoes 4 No. 2Vz Cans LB. CAN GERBER'S STRAINED Tall Can 9c BABY Jars ASSORTED CRACKERS lb. Box 19c Supreme Cookies pk9 29c PARAMOUNT WITH BEANS No. 300 Cans 1.00 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES HUNT'S WHOLE No. 2'/2 Cans HUNT'S YELLOW CLING 4 No. 2V% Cans 1.00 1621 No. Henderson St Route 150 Open 9 to 9 Monday through Saturday — Closed Sunday

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