Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 27, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, September 27, 1963
Page 13
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To Note Anniversary MR. AND MRS. JAMES R. SNODGRASS (above), 1108 E. North St., will celebrate their SOth wedding anniversary on Tuesday, Oct. 1. Because of Mr. Snodgrass' failing health, no open house Is being planned. Mr. and Mrs. Snodgrass were married in Albla, Iowa, Oct. 1, 1913. They arc the parents of six children, Raymond R. of Aurora; Harold E., James L. and Mrs. M. J. (Sarah) Pcndry of Galcsburg; Mrs. George (Minnie) Hatch of Knoxville and Mrs. Raymond (Mary) Crowe of Cypress, Calif. They also have 18 grandchildren. The Black Hills PASSION PlAY 29 & 30 Sept Sunday Matinee at 2:30 p.m Evenings — 8:00 p.m. Prices $1.60 • 12.20 • $2.75 Student Matinee MONDAY - 12:45 p.m. Prices 75c Call or write for tickets Galesburg Register-Mail 140 S. Prairie 342-5101 Entertains 4 -H Club The first meeting of the Fancy Fixers 4-H Club was held at Laura Lee Schacht's home. The meeting was opened with nominations for officers. Members discussed the date of the first skating party which is Monday. Refreshments and recreation followed the meeting adjournment. Miss Appell- (Continued from page 10) son, Mrs. James Anderson. Mrs. Oeorte Bell, Mrs. Hayes Bell, Kenneth Alomon, Miss Clare Johnson, Mrs. Herb Snell, Mrs. Edward Johnson. Also, Mrs. Anirev KoresKo Jr., Mtss Carol Koresko, Mils Doris Koresko, Ming Donna Koresko, Mrs. Lyle Faulkner, Mrs. Robert Scott, Mrs. frank Hicks, Mrs. Frank Sehoenlng, Mrs. Jack Snell, Mils Ellen SneH, MM. jerry McAllister, Miss Sandra McAllister, fctrs, Roy Hicks, Mr-. Richard McAllister, Mrs. Edward Davison, Mrs. Lewis Hlddell. Alio, Mrs. Jack Inglett, Miss Teresa Enderlin, Mrs. Arthur Johnson, Miss Myra Brennan. Miss Mary Brennan, V».-s. Gloria walker. Mrs. Carl Benson, Mrs. Donald Benson. Also, Mrs. Evart Gustafson, Miss Vicki Gustafson, Mrs Raymond Riddell, Mrs. Bialne Lln|»felter, Miss Lena Marquis. Miss Blanch Marquis, Mrs. Clarence Lang, Mfs. Ralph Larson, Mrs. Mabie Raid, Mrs. Herbert Peterson. Mrs. Harold Krantz, IVf-s. Lawrence Appell Mrs. LeRoy Appeli. Mrs, Roger Appell, Mrs. Martin Appell, Miss Pattv Appell Also. Mrs. Weslev Kranl?. Miss Bnrb Krantz, Mrs Georpp Pherick, Mrs. Robert Anderson IVi's Mary Lee Anderson, Miss Clndv Krantz, Mrs. Phillip Krantz, Mrs. Ehba Anderson, Mrs. Mary Krantz, Mrs. Harold Larson, Mrs, Llnnea Strandell, Mrs. Alvin Woodslde, vtiss Roberta Anderson, Mrs. Marlon Andorson, Mrs. Harry Cappelo, Miss Cheryl Cappelo. Also, Miss Judy Appell, Mrs. Wayne Krantz, Mrs. Ned Howard, Miss Nedra Howard, Miss Janice Howard, Mtss Janet Plerson, Mrs. Edward Appell. Mrs. Clifford Shumaker, Mrs. Doris Powell and Mrs. Wilbur McWilliams. Golflsburg Register-Mo if, Goiesburg, Friday, Sepf, 27, 196311 nnounce 3U... Miss McMenimeii (Continued from page 10) Color crushed packaged ice to match a party color scheme. brunch. Mrs. McMenimen was given serving honors at the table centered with a miniature bride doll. Mrs. Robert Kimble and Mrs. Earl Stevens were the prize winners. Guest List Attending one or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. C. L. Mai- lery, Mrs. Paul Rebscher, Mrs. Donald Trask, Mrs. Dave Hicks, Mrs. Jim Shelley, JWr<s. Jim Benbow, Mrs. Frank Sutor. Also, Mrs. Don Roach, Miss Treida Roach, Miss Cindy Lippert. Mrs. William H. Roach, Miss Carol Andorson, Miss Kim McMenimen. Also, Miss Mary Pat McMenimen, Miss Laurie Sutor, Miss Janet Rouland. Miss Lucille Bryant, Miss Sandy Michael, Mrs. W L. Michael, Mrs. Jim Mandoline, Mrs. Marv Schwartz and Mrs. Marv Lanholm. j ill THE ENGAGEMENT OF Miss Sclma Wilson (above) to Ml' chad Searles, son of Vernon Searles of Alton and Mrs. Mary Deal of Edwardsvlllc, Is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Wilson, 268 N. West St. Miss Wilson, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Bradley University, Is employed as a speech therapist in Madison, III. Her fiance Is a senior at Southern Illinois University, Edwardsvlllc campus. No date has been set for the wedding. HOLMES CLUB Oliver Wendell Holmes Club will meet at the Emmanuel Methodist Church Monday afternoon at 12:30 O'clock for It's annual fall luncheon. Mrs. John Sutor will show a film, "The Seven Seas," on her summer trip. Buttermilk equals skim milk , in food value, reports the U. S. Department of Agriculture. Miss Smith- (Continued from page 10) bride's godmother, with nn original poem. Gifts were on a green and gold decorated table centered with a bride doll, which was presented to the honored guest. At the serving fable centered with a green and gold floral arrangement, honors were shared by Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Bodenhamer, mothers of the couple. The bride-elect was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs. Raymond Conrad, Miss Susan Pun- denberger and Miss Carlee Fundenberger, who will be attendants at her wedding. A gold tablecloth, gift of the honorce's mother was autographed by each guest. OUMt Lit! Gnosis present nl >ne or more of the above parties and not previously mentioned were Mrs. Kenneth Holmes, Blenda and Vivian Johnson, Mrs. Kenneth Stock, Mrs. Carl Erlcson, Mrs. Vincent Frederickson, Mrs. Oltfa Olson, Mrs. Vincent Holmes, Rose Marie and Beverly, Miss Charlotte Olson, Mrs. Nelllo Peterson, Mrs. Virgil Peterson, Mrs. Howard Hon*, Mrs. Goor«e Johnson, Miss Esther Buer, Mr*. Olga Tucker. Mrs. Merrltt Johnson, Mrs, W. E. Miller and Sheila. Also. Mrs. Alvin Swanson, Mrs. Dale Williams, Mrs. Ed Kuril Sr., Mrs. Agnes Peterson, Mrs. Beda Nodeen, Miss Emma Nodeen, Mrs. Guy Hlatt, Mrs. Edgar Wenstrom, Mrs. Roger Wenstrom the MUses Emma and Alma Lundeen, Miss Joyce Bean, Mrs. Albln Wenstrom, Mrs. Chris Oelberg, Mrs. O. N. Riley, Sandra, Ntnrleno and Dorothy, Mrs. Ellen Martinson, Also, Mrs. John Schulz. Mrs. George Quick, Mrs. May Gustafson, Mrs, Wilbur Asplund and Martha, Mrs. Dale Johnson, Mrs E. William Johnson, Mrs. Conrad Matson, Mrs. Bob Gaston, Mrs. Ray Swanson, Mrs .Albert Nelson, Esther SWBn- son. Mrs. Al. Rogers and Pamela, Mrs. James Cramer, Mrs. Anna Olson, Jean and Marjorle. Also, Miss Jerl Jordan, Mrs. Larry Wenstrom, Mrs. Larry Heady, Miss Barbara Moras, Mrs. Ray Moberg, Mrs. Irving Smith, Miss Dottle Yates, Miss Becky Meldrum, Miss Mara Swanson, Miss Rosalie Randolph, Mrs. James Gasway, Mrs. James Sheahan, Mrs. Gary Hornbakcr. Also, Mrs. Jack Kunkle, Mrs, Gordon Rommel, Mrs. J. Philip Dahlberg, Mrs, BUI Coburn, Nell Durblr., Mrs. Jim Dennis, Mrs. Wayne Mummey, Mrs, Don Pearson, Mrs. H. D. Pearson, Miss Esther Nelson, Mrs, Leonard Hoaglund, Mrs. Harold Couahlln, Kathleen and Annette. 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The members of the committee included Mrs. Leo Munson, Mrs. Donald Hogan and Mrs. Cecil. Mrs, Clausen presided nt the business meeting, when plans were made for a Karate sale on .Sept. 30 at the home of Mrs. Dean Anderson. The program was given by Mrs. Donald Hogan of Abingdon. She talked about book publishing and displayed her six books: "Abingdon Party Parade," "Abingdon Shower Parade," Pre-School Paf- ty Parade," "Moro From Your Class Meetings," "Now I Lay Me Down to Wonder" and "Grains of Sand." She discussed experiences In having these books published. Mary Jo, Mrs. Oscar Carlson. Mrs. Kenneth Wright, Mrs. Freda Fundenberger, Mra. George Nees, Mrs. Harold Nees, Mrs. Carl Hendricks, Also, Wki, Ralph Hendricks. Mrs. Arthur Hendricks, Mrs, Robert Engstrand, Kathryn Manglon, Mrs. Mary Lanffford, Mrs Ouy Reed, Miss Esther Pearson, Mrs. Minnie Toal, Mrs. Dick Toal, Mrs. Maurltz Johnson and daughtei Mrs. Eldnn Newman and daughters. Mrs. Eric Carlson, Mrs. Albln Carlson, Mrs. Jack Hoyt and Ethel and Mrs. James Bodenhamer. t I<MI (Irt-flOM Aggie* Induct New Mem-tara The Henderson Aggie 4 -H Club entertained their families at a wiener roast at Lake Storey Uons Shelter recently. After the wiener roast they had ft short business meeting conduct* IK! by the new officers. Harold rtawklnson will he the new assistant leader. A hayrack ride was planned for Oct. S. Four new members were inducted, Pam Nelson, Billy Nel>ion, Danny Haskins and Chris Erlckson, Observe Honorary Officers Night It was Honorary Officers Nitfhf Wednesday evening when Hethcl Shrine, Order of Hie While Shrine of .Jerusalem, met in the lodge room at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Leo Cash Sr., worthy high priestess and U a y Johnston, watchman of shepherds, presided. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Manworren, Supreme appointees, were escorted and introduced, as were past officers, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hauswald were escorted and remained as guests in the East. Announcements wore made of CHICKEN NOODLE SUPPER Raoraanlied Church ol Jatut Christ el Latter Day Aalnit S3 N. HENDERSON TUESDAY, Oel. 1, lit) ••rvln« S 'til I Adults 11.30 Child 7So n bake sale to be it 0. T. JoHtV* son Co. Oct. 2fl, and the) Central Illinois White Shrine Club to ffltft at Pekin Oct. ft. Mr. Johnson, as master of otri* monies, spoke briefly, as did 'MP* and Mrs. Hauswald and MfS, Cash. A 8:10 potluck dinner wti #tr?* ed in the dining room preceding the meeting. FRIENDLY S4UARIJ The Friendly Squares Squer* Dance Club of Galesburg will meet Saturday evening from I Mil ll o'clock at the Docey Doe Club on the Lake Bracken Road, Bob M.'Farland is the club's call* or. All western style squtff dancers are welcome. Guard against losing important papers from an Inside coat poctat by having a zipper closure attached. 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