Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, June 26, 1973
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C*xcnanae 9 i Mrs, Irene Virginia Griffith, 1430 K; Losey St., and A. Harold Petefs' Citidr., USNR (flel.), 6fl2& LiV6 Oak Ave., Melbourne VUlagc, Fla., exchanged wedding promises Saturday at Central Congregational Churoh. Hev. Gregory Bllccy, Wataga Congregational Church, assisted by Dr. Robert Murray, Central Congregational Church, read the double ring coremtfny at 7;30 p.m. for Mrs. Griffith, daughter of Mrs. Agnos Barthart, Waterloo, Iowa, and Mr. Peters, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William A. Peters, Ml. Vernon, N.Y. The bride, given in marriago by her son, Richard Griffith, was in a pale yellow doited Swiss gown over yellow taffeta in empire atytc. Her veiling waa caught tft-ft yellow velvet bow. She carried & bouquet of yellow and white daisies. Mrs. Mary Ellen Nilcs, Abingdon, was matron of honor for her mother. James W. McMillen, Anfcioch, was best man. Ushers were Donald Mies, Abingdon; Jeffrey Butler, Bloomingdale, and Douglas Butler, Ames,' Iowa. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the .couple at the Central Congregational Church parlors. The coupl,e will reside In Melbourne Village after a wedding trip through the western national parks. Mrs. Peters, a graduate of Drake University, Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs, A. Harold Peters, Cdr. USNR (Ret.) (Mrs. Irene Griffith) 10 Photographers For Weddings This Week U HUDDLE ^LMS PHCJTOORA PHY £5 STUDIO 715 W. Losey St. Iowa, was employed prior to her marriage with District 205. She is affiliated with Phi Mu sorority and the Assn. for Childhood Education. Her husband is a graduate of New York City High School and the Stevens Institute of Technology where he was awarded a masters of education in physical education. He was Training School Topic Will Be - 'Party Foods' The Knox County Homemaker Extension Association local leader training school on "Party Foods" will be presented Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Auditorium. This lesson will be presented to the units in July. Mrs. Everett Taylor, Knox County Extension Adviser, Home Economics, and Mrs. Leo Hennenfenit will present a "Home Canning" Clinic on Friday at 1:30 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Auditorium. The public is invited to attend. The annual 4 -H Foods Demonstration Contest will be held on July 6 at the Trinity Lutheran Church. affiliated with Sigma Phi Upsilon fraternity. In World War I, he was a seaman 2nd class; in World War II, a Lt. (SG) and Lt. Cmdr. Later he was promoted to Cmdr. He has been trustee and treasurer of the American Homesteading Foundation- and commissioner and mayor of Melbourne yillagc, Fla. Ceremony Read In Knoxville Mr*, Bon'ee Lynchf Blue Spring*, Mo,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Ralph M. "' " Gol^urfl.RefllstflrrMQil, Golesburg, Jll. Tuesday, June, 26, 1973 13 PINKY RINGS AND FRIENDSHIP RINGS $100 From I & Up Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg Wedding Will Be Saturday Miss Beverly Thurman and Richard J. Smith, whose engagement was previously announced, have selected Saturday as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mrs. Carol Thurman, 125 Indiana Ave., and her fiance is the son of Mr..and Mrs. Leo B. Smith, 93,7 Locust St. v ,' Announce Daughter's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Strange of near Oneida announce the marriage of their daughter, Sandra Marie, to Gregory Alton Kennedy, 184 Garfield Ave. June 18. The bride-elect is a graduate of ROVA High School in Oneida. Her fiance, a graduate of Gales burg High School, is employed by ABC Theatre in Kankakee, where the couple will reside. BETHEL SHRINE Bethel White Shrine 27 will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Tempte. ALTRUSA CLUB Ailtrusa Work-stop will bs Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Home Savings and Loan Assn. Leisure Life is leisure living, is easy, informal, brilliantly versatile. Perfect for town house, beach house or country hideaway. The simple, contemporary lines set a relaxed mood . . . the soft focus distressed fruit wood finish slays effortlessly beautiful. All lops resist spills and stains with lough invisibe Urethaniuin. Imagine owning rich solid oak and pecky pecan veneers. At sSensible prices. Fits comfortably into your life today. FERRIS FURNITURE 46b Mulberry Phono 343-218*1 Open 9 lo .') Iri. 'Til 9 P.M. Convenient Parking Lxlendcd Payments Master Charge Ainoiicird . ,r, Independence. Mo., and .David Crawford, Kflflsae City, Mo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Crawford, Shawnee, Kan., exchanged wedding promises Friday at the United Methodist Church in Knoxvlllc, Rev, Prosper Tournear rlsad the doubly ring ceremony for the couple at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Terry Duncan, Knoxvlllc, was matron of honor and Bruce Crawford, Shawnee, Kan,, the bridegroom 's brother, was best man. The bride selected a pale lavender chiffon gown, fashioned with an empire waistline, high collar, and long full sleeves. Her pale lavender veiling was caught to a cap of white velvet petals accented with tiny seed pearls, and designed by her maternal grandmother. Sho carried a bouquet of miniature yellow roses, painted lavender daisies with a mist of gypsophlla. Terry Duncan, Knoxvlllc and Howard Staggs Jr., both cousins of the bride, were ushers. Rob'ce Lynch was rlngbearer. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the church Fellowship Hall. The couple will reside at 909 Windsor Court, Blue Springs, Mo., after July 1, and a trip through the Ozarks in Missouri. Mrs. Crawford is a unit secretary at the Independence Sanitarium and Hospital, Independence, Mo. Her husband attended Kansas Junior College, Kansas City, Mo., ; and is employed at Inter-Collegiate Press, Kansas City, Kan. Mother's Club Meets, Appoints New Chairmen Mrs. John Erlckson, president, conducted the meeting of the Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club at its dinner meeting Thursday evening at the Holiday Inn. Members, voted to subscribe to a nsw magazine entitled "The Exceptional Panent" for the library of tihe Knox County Council for Mentally Retarded. Plans were also discussed for providing refreshments for a party in the near future for the students at. Sunnyside School. Cbmmltbee chairmen appointed were Mrs. John Lannholm, sunshine; Mrs. Lloyd Tripp, social, and Mrs. Clifford Magoon, publicity. Mrs. Lairry Rowe and Mrs. Charles Bush were welcomed as new members. Mr. and Mrs. David Crawford (Mrs, Boh'ec Lynch) New England Women Install Neiv Officers New officers were installed at the meeting Monday afternoon of Illinois Prairie Colony of New England Women at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Bordner of Canton. Mrs. Cecil Sweeney will serve as vice president; Mrs. Erroll Clark, recording secretary; Mrs. Floyd Wyles, treasurer, and Mrs. Harlan Bessler, historian. Mrs. Ray Johnston will serve another term as president. After the polluck luncheon, Mrs. Bordner conducted the business meeting. Later she took the members on a tour of her home, explaining her various antiques, especially the clocks. Assisting Mrs. Bordner were Mrs. Sweeney, Mrs. Glen Rogers, Mrs. Jack Gibbs and Miss Larrilyn Bordner. Wedding Will Be June 30 Miss Elaine Wltmer, daughter of Mrs. LaVerle Witmer, near Galesburg, and Charles M. Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Long, LaHarpe, have selected June 30 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 7 p.m. at the First Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited. Plan Open House Mr., and Mrs. Harold Thayer, LaMoille, will be guests of honor at an open house Sunday from. 2 to 5 p. m. at their home In celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Mrs. Thayer is the former Florence Welch, Oneida. Their son, Howard, Fayetleville, N. C, is tho host of the affair. The couple requests no gifts. ; Card! Parties POSTSCRIPTS At the recent card party of the Welcome Wagon Postscripts Club at the Home Savings, and Loan Assn., Mrs. Carl Siepker was hostess. Prizes were won by Mrs. Joe Mayfield, Miss Gwen Hanson and Mrs. Elmer Mueggenborg. LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Mrs. Del French won women's high score and Mrs. Dwigiht Goff, second. Carl Hund won man's high and James Wallace, second. Host couple was Mr. and Mrs. Del French and next week's hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Russell Watson. PAST NOBLE GRANDS The Past Noble Grands Club of the Vesta Rebekaih Lodge will hiave its annuai picnic Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the patio at the home of Mrs. Elliott Stackhouse, 807 E. First St. Members are asked to bring their own table service and a dish of food to pass. Meat and beverages will be furnished. READ THE WANT ADS! I Audubon Club ! Conducts Bird Count Members of the Knox County Audubon Club conducted a bird count when the group drove to Colchester and the Old Stage Coach Route for Argyle Hollow, now Argyle Lake State Park. Charles Edwards of Knoxville and Elmer Mueggenborg were in charge of the 120-mile round trip. A cookout was held in the evening. Earl/er in the month the group met at LaFayette Nursery, where Mrs. Doris Brown presided. Bird counts for May were read by- Mr.- Edwards, indicating that four counties had been covered with a total of 46 species and 642 birds seen. Miss Stickle- (Continued From Page 12) UCC CIRCLES The United Church of Christ East Main Street Congregational circles will meet as follows: The Mary Babcock and Flora Ward circljes will meet Thursday at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Harry Bacon, 1374 E. Main St. A potluck luncheon will be served at 12:30 p.m. Husbands and friends are Invited. The Mary Babcock members are asked to bring rags to be cut and sewed for rugs for the fall bazaar. The Mary Babcock Circle will also hold a White Elephant Sale Thursday and members are reminded to bring articles for the sale. The Lucia Bibbins Circle will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George Stegall, 486 S. Soangetaha Rd. This Is the final meeting until September for all the circles. son, Oneida, and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Daihinda. After a wedding trip to Ooto- rado, the newlyweds will reside near Oneida. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis are graduates of ROVA High School in Oneida. He is employed by Burlington Northern Railroad. TAKE TIME to READ CHANNEL 7 PRESENTS CONVERSATION " With MARY BORDEN Tues. - 7 p.m. GALESBURG CABLE TV enny Twice Weekly In the Galesburg Register-Mail •A. Sale Starts Mon., June 25 9 a.m. REGISTER For FREE! Merchandise Gifts 1st PRIZE 2nd PRIZE 3rd PRIZE $ 25 oo $ 15 oo $ 1Q oo of Merchandise of Merchandise NOTHING TO BUY! of Merchandise Mon. & Fri. Nights Til 9 P.M. Other Days Until 5 P.M. Galesburg's Newest Most Exciting Store In Years! A COMPLETE SHOP OF YARN & ART NEEDLEWORK. EVERYTHING IN PLAIN SIGHT. — EASILY ACCESSIBLE — COMPETENT INSTRUCTOR ON HAND AT ALL TIMES. FLEISHERS ORLON RIPPLETONE AFGHANS ALL SQ98 COLORS «F Each To INTRODUCE OUR NEW STORE 20% OFF OUR ENTIRE STOCK INCLUDING CHRISTMAS ITEMS WILL BE MARKED (DOES NOT INCLUDE SALE ITEMS) Regular Price SPINNERINS 100% POLYESTER POLYKNIT YARNS 69c Each PARAGON QUILTS DOUBLE BED SIZE ONLY $099 O Each WOLFSIES YARN SHOP located Directly Across the Street From WOLFSIES FABRIC SHOP YARN SHOP PHONE 342*5813 332 E. MAIN iWkv^ ^^^^^" •"•fc^** -

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