Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 25, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 25, 1973
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1..0... Qcjesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg, 111. _ Monday, June 25, 1973 Miss Johnson(Continued Fwffi Page 8) edged In satin fiibtai and marked witoi a task 'bow. (kioMfiimien were Tim Mayden, cousin of tf» fortdegfldoim, Mn Mowland and Charies Howted, towltes of the bride grram, Gitesite were seated duitag (the organ prelude by Matt. C. E, Van Norman, by P«y Kto-kpatrick of Alpha, broiMier4n4aw of ttue bridegroom, Jack Hubble of Bloomington, Les Baulks, cousins of the bridegroom, and David Johnson, bmolllher of the bride. Soloists were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Morris of Alexis, broit 'heMti- liaw and sister of the bride. Flower gid was Melissa DaiUghman, miece of the bride, and ningbearer, Michael Lind. Reception Mosfts for the reception in the parish hall were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Baughman, brother-in- law and sister of the bride. Mrs. Perry Kktopaiteck, sister of the bddegmoom, was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by HMKss Debb Lynch and Miss Sue Dwyer. Rice packets were presented the guests by Tanya Pearcey, and Kim Pearcey, cousins of the bridegroom, Honors were 'given Miss Trudy Stone, Miss Joyce Fritz, 'Miss Jenny Paltah, Miss Debbie Hudgei, Miss Ann Prifchard and Miss Mary Seibant. After a wedding trip to Orlando, FJa., the couple will reside in WoodhuJJ. Mrs. Rowland, a graduate of Galesburg High School, has camipleibed her freshman year ait Southern Illinois University, Oambondale. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School and American Auto- miaition Training Center, Kansas City, Mo., is employed by the Bunlingt'on Northern. Miss Gai**1net— (Continued From Page 8) /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY and each had matching floral headpieces for their hair. Venise lace floral appliques over a wide band of diamond faceted lace formed the scooped neckline of the bride's white silkened organza gown fashioned with an empire waistMne circled With lace appliques. The sheer long fitted sleeves, appliqued with lace, were caught to cuffs of the diamond faceted lace. The A-line silhouette skirt with its hemline border of ?|ace appliques over a wide band of lace formed a chapel train. Given in marriage by her parents, Miss Gardner carried a white cascade of gardenias, stephanotis and gypsophila. A Camelot hat of lace appliques over organza held her double tier chapel length Mantilla of illusion designed with bands of appliques framing her face and cascading from the hat. Reception Hosts at the reception which followed at Soangetaha Country Club were Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Wilcox. Miss Carol Wallace of Petersburg was at the guest book, and rice bags were presented guests by Miss Alicia Gardner and Miss Melinda Gardner, - Peoria, nieces of the bride. Music was presented by Harold Gardner, uncle of the bride, of near Galesburg. After a wedding trip to the Ozarks, the couple will reside in Greenville. Mrs. Hentze, a graduate of Galesburg High School, who attended Colorado State University, was a June graduate from the University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago, where she received her degree in medical, dietetics. Dr. Hentze, a graduate of Greenville High School, and Southeast Missouri State, Cape Girardeau, Mo., where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity, was a June graduate of the University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago, where he received his DDS degree. GHS Class of 1933 CJL. U Holds 40th JT^L C3 < LJL 1C\ 1> C3 JT.L i Keep the Curl A good setting lotion will help keep the curl in your hair during the summer's heat and humidity, but if your straight Ipcks resist curling a professional permanent may be the answer. The Galesburg High School Class of 1933 met for its 40th reunion Saturday at the Holiday Inn, with 146 attending. A reception, was held from 3 to 5 p.m. where old friends became re-acquainted with the help of the yearbook, the Reflector. Mrs. Clarence (Doris Crites) Stinson gave the invocation. Toastmaster for the event was Lloyd Hawkinson who introduced guests and former teachers. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Aitehison, Mrs. Roy Damberg, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Aldus, Miss Sylvia Ryan and Miss Helen Olson. Each of the women was presented with a corsage. Many letters were read from those unable to attend, Dinner music was provided by Marc Franson at the organ and the group joined in singing the school song, "Dear Old Galesburg High School." Roy Damberg, former teacher, was guest speaker and recalled memories of school days. Hie message was "To think ahead, look ahead, use your Reunion Held at Holiday Inn Chatting about old times at the Galesburg High School Class of 1933 40th reunion held Saturday at the Holiday Inn are Mrs. Wayne (Vivian Painter) Oldham, publicity, left; Mrs. Robert (Barbara Jackson) Stackhouse, general chairman, Mrs. Earl (Marion DeWitt) Duke, and Mrs. Norman (Ethel Lauerman) Weaver, decorations. head and you'll be ahead." Tables were decorated with champagne glasses filed with the school colors of silver and gold flowerlets topped with a <0tb marker. The booklet with pages of gold boasted a silver cover which was the artwork of Mrs. Fred (Mildred Carlson) Pitman, depicted the front of the old high school's main building. Mr. and Mrs. Harold (Jane Meldrum) VanDell of Galesburg topped the list of the most grandchildren numbering 20, with Mr. and Mrs. R. K. (Mildred Cook) Bordner of Albion, Ind. with only one less. From a class of 306 graduates, 152 are presently living in Illinois, 80 in Galesburg, 2 in Now you can finish your decorating in the same place >ou started. Introducing: The Ethan Allen Home feshion Center. That's right, no more running from store to store trying to match wallpaper and paint and carpet and rugs and fabrics—we ve got all of them in one place. Right in the heart of your Ethan Allen Gallery. Now you can mix and match colors and patterns and textures find exactly the combination you really like. And our expert staff of home planners is always there to help you put together the. rooms you've always wanted. The Ethan Allen Home Fashion Center. It's such o good idea you'll wonder why no one ever thought of it before, CARRIAGE HOUSE Featuring Ethan Allen 248 E. SIMMONS ST. 4 ernss From New Ci'y Parking Lot Plan June 30 Wedding Miss Patricia Carol King and James A. Johnson, whose en gagement was announced, will exchange wedding vows Saturday, June 30.' The wedding will be at 7 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church Chapel. Friends, and relatives are invited to the wedding and to the reception to follow at Huddle Inn. The bride-elect is the daughter of the late Harold King and Mrs. Dorothy J. King Kendall, and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Johnson, 1780 Baird Ave. SILVER STREAK LODGE Silver Streak Lodge No. 140 Auxiliary to Railway Carmen of America wall meet at the Eagles Lodge Room Tuesday at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner. Business meeting will follow. Lucite Jewelry Competing with the natural materials craze in jewelry designs is clear lucite. So you can switch from the down-home to space-age look with a change of jewelry. Miss Meyer(Continued From Page 8) (following the ceremony, Mrs. Larry Harlacher asked guests to sign the.bride's book. Serving honors were given Miss Odeitta Corm, Mrs. Douglas Tracy, and Mrs. William Scott, E. Moline. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Charles J. A. Meyer, Macomb and Mrs. Thomas Meyer, Osceolo, Iowa. The host couple was Mr. and Mrs. Phil Johnston. The newlyweds will reside at 202 Galesburg Road, Knoxville. Mr. and Mrs. Dunn are mid term graduates of Galesburg High School. Mrs. Dunn is em ployed at Osco Drug Store, and her husband works at Butler Manufacturing Co. Lemons Everywhere Lemon, lemon, lemon — have you noticed how everything's coming up lemons these days? Lemon cologne, lemon soap lemon shampoo, lemon deter gent, even lemon scented furniture polish. Why the lemon craze? For one thing, lemon cuts grease. For another, it's tangy, tart, clean and refreshing. So say the manu facturers of a new lemon cleanser. Alaska, 1 in England and 1 in Puerto Rico. Fifity-four deaths have occurred. Music for dancing after the dinner was provided by "The 5th of Jazz," a musical group from G.H.S. Members attended from as far away as Sacramento and San Diego, Oal., Casper, Wyo., Houston, Texas and Hamden, Conn. It was decided to hold the next reunion in 1978 .1 Members were urged to report any changes in names or addresses to Mrs. Harold Nees or Mrs. Walter Swanson. Members serving on committees were, general chairman, Mrs. Robert (Barbara Jackson) Stackhouse; reservations, Mrs. Hairold (Eileen Hendricks) Nees; finance, Robert Stackhouse; registration, Mrs. Jim (Marian Rose) Lilie and Mrs. Hugh (Tibby Johnson)... Harris.; decorations, Mrs.'Earl (Marion DeWitt) Duke, Mrs. Ray. (Fran ces Holtsclaw) Moberg, Mrs. Willard (Marie Channel) Pearson, Mrs. Norman (Ethel Lauerman) Weaver, Mrs. Clarence (Doris Crites) Stinson, and Mrs. Irvin (Lillian Badgett) Wagher; booklet, Mrs. Wayne (Vivian Painter) Oldham, Mrs. Fred (Mildred Carlson) Pitman, Mrs. Forrest (Ruby Kjellander) Moberg, Mrs. Harry (Lavonne Sprout) Owen, and Mrs. Walter (Anna Lee Nutter) Swanson. Mrs. Evaft (Peggy) Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson, Soafcon, recently received her bachelor of arte degree tei sociology graduating cum Iaude from Louisiana State University at New Orleans. Mrs. Anderson is employed in New Orleans selling real estate for Sandra Inc. Real Estate. She and her husband, Dr. Anderson, son of Mi. and Mrs. Martin Anderson, Joy, will be leaving for Oxford, England In December to, spend the major part of 1974 where he will be a senior associate professor at St. Antony College. Sue Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Carlson, North Henderson, was graduated from the Graham Hospital School of Nursling, Canton, June 15. j Nancy Devlin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Devlin, North Henderson, received a bachelor of science degree in education at graduation' cere* monies at Illinois State University June 9. Miss Devlin was affiliated with Delta Zeta sorority and was named to the Dean's List. Rebecca A. Johnson, 1339 E. Broadway, Monmouth, received a bachelor of arts degree at commencement exercises June 2 at the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, ewA . • • house, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Rittenhouse, Rio, are among 128 upperclassmen and women appointed to committees for Orientation Week to be held Aug. 28 to Sept. 3. Dianne Lynn Beetler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Beetler, Oneida, was named to the dean's list for the second semester at Bob Jones Univer­ sity, Greenville, S. C. Dertison University, Granville, Ohio, is offering a summer program in Cross-Cutturn^ Psychology. Jan Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman D. Wells, 1(501 E. Broadway, Monmouth, is participating in the program, which involves concern for the study of cultural variables influencing human behavior. KISLER BROS m GROCERY David M. Brillhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Brillhart, Altona, and Beth A. Ritten- Wedding Will Be June 30 . Miss Kathlyn Anne Johnson, and Douglas Albert Hail, whose engagement was announced in February, have selected Saturday, June 30, as their wedding date. The wedding will be at 2 p.m. at the Immanuel Lutheran Church, Altona. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Johnson of near Altona, and her fiance, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hall, 2612 7th St., Moline. 931 S. SEMINARY GALESBURG Open Daily Saturday Sunday ROl'TE 41 - SOUTH ABINGDON 8 AM -10 PM 8 AM- 9 PM 9-1 PM & 4-9 PM U.S. Govt Inspct. - Whole FRYING CHICKENS GIVE THE BEST! N0RTH SIDE DRUG 1170 No. Seminary St. 342-1185 "Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 30% OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Either, of Our Two Stores On Tuesday, No Free Pick-up and Delivery Suedes & Furs Excluded ^ LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIS <—^ 1472 N. HENDERSON lb — SEMINARY STORE BULK BULK SALADS Lunch Meats BEEF plus T.V.P. 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