Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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Serve At Reception A reception in tho Mary Moore Room of the Emmanuel United Methodist Church fol* lowed tiho wedding at the church of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Underwood on Saturday. Miss Carol Black was at the guest book, and Miss Lei Duckwiler and Miss Dawn Spading at the gilt table. Serving honors at the reception were accorded Miss Norma Underwood. Mrs. Tom Walker, Mrs. Sam Taylor and Mrs. Nor man Underwood. Miiss Karen Black, maid ol honor, carried a nosegay of pink and white daisy pomps as the complement to her pink chiffon dress with white flocked dots. A white straw picture hat completed her attire. The couple reside at 205 Century Estates. Mrs. Underwood, the former Jena Duckwiler, is ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Duckwiler, 1840 McMaster Ave., and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Underwood, 1039 S. Kellogg St. Wedding Will Be July 15 Miss Kay Randall and Rod Morrison, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected Sunday, July 15, as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 2 p.m. at .the Abingdon Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited .to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Randall, St. Augustine, and her fiance, Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mcimison of Abingdon. LWML Hear Tape Recording Of Nurse's African Experiences Listening to the sounds of wild birds in Central Africa recorded by Miss Ruth Vatthauer, a nurse stationed at the Lutheran Mobile Clinic in Salemi, Malawi, Africa, opened the recent Lutheran Women Missionary League meeting at Mt. Calvary Lulthenan Church. Miiss Vaitthau-' er, ithe niece Of Miss Audiie Local Corps Members Attend 90th Convention Several members of the James T. Shields 121 Woman's Relief Corps Auxiliary to the Grand Republic attended the 90th annual convention of the department of Illinois at the Kankakee Hotel in Kankakee Thursday through Saturday. Mrs. Lois Dldler, department president, Wheeling, was escorted by Mrs. Florence Rodgers, Farmington, department treasurer. Miss Viola Roll of Galesburg served as a department aide. Others from Galesburg who attended were Mrs. Leo Hausman, department secretary and registration; Mrs. C. E. Miller, assistant secretary; Mrs. Hilda Whittam, No. 1 color bearer; Mrs. Thomas Sepich and Mrs. George Brogan, escorts; Mrs Gertrude Price, telegrams and greetings, and Mrs. Edna Fields, registration. An award was presented to the local chapter for first prize in publicity and a $5 check was presented to the chapter. Miss Roll was elected president of the past corps president's luncheon. Mrs. Everett Cederoth was elected delegate at large to the national convetion in August at San Francisco, Calif. Other delegates elected were Miss Roll, and these alternates, Mrs, Geneva Frey, Mrs. Jackie Jobe, Mrs. Whittom, and Mrs. Edna Fields. Mrs. Hausman was elected counselor for the department, Miss Roll, executive board member; and Mrs. Sepich, scholarship chairman. Miss Pestle- (ContlntiedPfomPageW) MI MI CLUB Members of the Mi Mi Club will meet for breakfast Thursday at 9 a.m. at Lincoln Park, yialbttauer, and Miss Esther Valbttouetr, of Knioxvile, is spending Itiwo years in Africa sponsored', by ithe Wisconsin Synod of the L/Uttaian Church. She recorded the tape in Africa Of her experiences and de- soripltiion df her. daily routine while itreaMng ithe' people there, and sent it to her aunts. Each day she drives a Landrover into the bush counltry to remote vil- FREE CANNING CLINIC PUBLIC INVITED Knox County Farm Bureau Auditorium JUNE 29, 1973 — 1:30 p.m. Sponsored by Knox County Home Economics Extension Service and Knox County Homemakers Extension Association. llagies, taking along medical equipment and medicine. Conducts Meeting During ithe business meeting conducted by (Mrs. Herman Talbert, the LWML district con" venibi'on aft Sprinigifiield report was given by Mrs. Bert Lam- d'enberger. It was announced that a reception lor toe new minister, William Thompson, will be held Sunday at the church. New officers tor the coming year were elected and will be installed ait ithe next meeting. Mrs. Robert .Meyer will serve as president, and Mrs. Landen- benger, secrebary., Mrs. Talbert and Mrs. James Priest were hostesses. kerchief made by Hef great aunt, Mrs. Beulah Guthrie and for her bouquet she carried aqua roses, white daisies, steph- anotls, and gypsophila. Miss Margie Van Fleet of Blandinsville, maid of honor, was in a two-tone voile gown of white and aqua, trimmed With white Venice lace with aqua grosgrain ribbon insertion. Encircling the slightly raised waist was a wide aqua ribbon, to which an aqua andwhite printed skirt was caught. With it she had a White picture hat, trim med in matching aqua ribbon ending in a bow and streamers. Mrs. Susan Allanian of Good Hope and Mrs, Jacalyn Pestle, sister-in-law of the bride, of Berwyn, were bridesmaids and wore dresses and hats in the same style as that of the maid of honor. The maid of honor and bridesmaids all carried colonial bouquets of blue and white daisies and gypsophila with white ribbons. Tom Anderson, brother of the bridegroom of St. Augustine, served as best man, with Mike Morris and Dean Hickerson both of Abingdon, serving as groomsmen. David Harroun, of Mahomet, cousin of the bridegroom, and Lynn Pestle, brother of the bride of Berwyn, were ushers. Mrs. Kathren Knappenberger, organist, accompanied Mrs. Rachel Carr and Dr. Lynn A. Pestle, soloists. A reception followed the ceremony in the church basement. Honors were given Mrs. Marilyn Phelps of Colchester, Miss Neva Sue Weaver of Macomb. In charge of,the gifts was Miss Beverly Lutz, and Miss Sarah Lewis presided at the guest book. The bride, a graduate of Northwestern High School and Western Illinois University, will soon begin training as a Medical Technologist at the Methodist Hospital in Peoria. The bridegroom, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended Arkansas Polytechnic College, Illinois State University and is no.w, employed by Caterpillar Tractor Co., Peoria. The couple will reside at 500 4th Avenue, Morton. Wedding Will Be Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Clarenca Vlck- roy, Monmouth, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Debfa, to Anthony Fritzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Frdtzel, 422 N. Cherry St. Vows will be exchanged Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Immaculate Conception Church in Monmouth. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and reception to follow at the Knights of Columbus Hall on South Sunny lane. BSPCJuiplcr Holds Social Nu Epsllon Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi held an ice cream social for husbands and children Sunday at the Knoxville City Park. Mrs. Warren Ahlberg was chairman of the committee and | was assisted by Mrs. Ted Lovdahl, Mrs. Mike Trumbold and Mrs. Walter Bjorkman. NEWCOMERS COFFEE Newcomers Coffee will be Thursday at 9:30 a.m. at Lake Storey, Shelter No. 3. A representative of World Wide Travel will discuss "Taking a Summer Vacation." Babysitting will be available. In case of rain, the coffee will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church. Unit I, MEA Ha» Annual June Luncheon Hostess for the Gatesbufg Unit One, HEA, annual June luncheon this week was Mrs. Arnold Kemp, 833 N. Academy St. Mrs. Nelson Sutter gave the major lesson on "Selection of Proper Mattresses," to fit the individual needs and differences. Mrs. Guy Hinton reported on the Citizenship Homemakcrs Extension meeting which she attended at the University of Illinois June 13-15. Mrs. Gary Francois was welcomed as a new member, and Mrs. Robert Parkinson was a guest. Programs for the coming year were discussed. Assisting the hostess with the luncheon were Mrs. Henry Inness and Mrs. Philip Griffith. Golesburg Registe^Maif, Galesburg, 111. Wednesday, June 27, 1973 tf Tournament Pairings Are Listed WRC James T. Shields Women's Relief Corps 121, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic will meet Thursday at 12 noon in the Eagles clubroom, to honor, those having birthdays in April, May and June with a potluck luncheon. Members are asked to bring a hot or cold dish to pass a'nd own table service. Regular meeting will follow at 1:30 p.m. Candidates are invited to the potluck. Skyfitigetaha Country Club Ladles Handicap Tournament wilf begin June 28 and conclude by July 10. Tee off times June 28 are as follows: At 8 a.m., Mrs. Ken Bixby, Mrs. Wayne GoodaJe, Mrs. Bill Artz, Mrs. Larry Kennedy; at 8:07 a.m., Mrs. Dean Grimes, Mrs. Robert Abrahamson, Mrs. Walter Sampson, Mrs. Jack Glasman; at 8:15 a.m. Mrs. Dick Koons, Mrs. Larry Chadwick, Mrs, Bill King, Mrs. Al Urena; at 8:22 a.m., Mrs. James Sherwood, Mrs. Bill Henderson, Mrs. John Houston, Mrs. Hazel Henning; at 8:30 a.m., Mrs. Gary Wilson, Mrs. Sam Spink, Mrs. Ralph Vinson, Mrs. N. J. Zins- mcister. Also, at 9 a.m., Mrs. S. S. Battles, Mrs. Arthur Kayser, Mrs. Brian Fullmer, Mrs. Mike Flanagan; at 9:07 a.m., Mrs. Robert Mariner, Mrs. Pete Boynton; at 9:22 a.m. Mrs. Russell Barstow, Mrs. Hank Waters; at.9:30 a.m. Mrs. John Bpyd- stun, Mrs. ' Dean Lindstrom, Mrs. Hugh Dutell, Mrs. James Price, and at 9:45 a.m., Mrs. Jim Butter, Mrs. John Palko, Mrs. Mike Hillier and Mrs. Mike Thomas. BooL Received The following books were received at the Galesburg -Public Library, according to Mrs. Warren Morris, librarian. FICTION Facing The Lion*, by Tom Wicker. Broken Tryst, by Anne ftensel, The Insulators, by John Creascy. Nurso Of The Midnight Sun, by Mary Collins Dunne. The Summer Before Dark, by Dorla Lewlng. Yel- lowhawk, by Jane Stuart. A Dying Fall, by Hldegarde Dolsort. Stormy Slopes, by Ann Boyle. Nightwings. by Robert Silverberg. A Woman Of Character, by .Julian Gloae. Experiment At Proto, by Philip Oakes. The Upstart, by Piers Paul Read. The Peking Incident, by George Alcheson. Forbidden River, by Al Cody. Dark Mansion, by W. E. D. ROss. Damned To Success, by Hans Hellmut Kirst. Small-Town Girl, by Lorena Olmsted. Husband For Helen, by Ethel Lockwood. House Of Eve, by Suzanne Somers. Blueprint For Yesterday, by June Wetherell. NON-FICTION 40S Golf Lessons, by Arnold Palmer. Low Man Rides Again, by H. Allen Smith. Area Handbook For Laos, by Donald Whltaker. A Catalog Of Modern World Coins, by R. S. Yeoman. No Time For Dying, by Eddie Harrison. The Kennedy Neurosis, by Nancy Gager Clinch. Save It, Invest It, And Retire, by Donald Roger*. The Negotiating Game, by Chester Karrass. The Official Bottle Price List, by Ralph Kovel. A. Philip Randolph: A Bio graphical Portrait, by Jervls Ander son. The Jesus Myth, by Andrew Greeley. Lucy: The Bittersweet Life Of Lucille Ball, by Joe Morella. The April Game, by Diogenes. A Skunk In The House, by Constance Taber Colby. Father Coughlln, by Sheldon Marcus. Bright Book Of Life, by Alfred Kazln, Born To Heal, by Ruth Montgomery. REFERENCE Who's Who Of American Women, 1974-1975. Moody's Bank & Finance Manual, 1973. JOVENILE Head To Toe, by Anne I Rockwell. Motorcycle Racer, by John, Covington. The Population Pu*zl«, by A. H. Drummond. The HoUg# On Parchment Street, by Pa'irfita. Me- Klllip. The Wolf, by Michael Fox. Emil And Piggy Beast, byV Aatrld Llndgren. The House Mouse, by Dorothy J. Harris. Great Monsters Of The Movies, by Edward Edel- aon. StarfUght And Other Jmprob. ablliUes, by Ben Bova. Pelroneila, by Jay WlUiams. Chess For Children, by Fred Relnfeld., The Tale Of Tupenny, by Beatrix ' Potter, Monster Masks, by Chester Jay Alkema. The Great Fire, by Monica Dickens. Chloris And The Creeps, by Kin Piatt. Gorilla Gorilla, by Carol Fenner. Amphibians As 1 "Pets, by Georg Zappler. Hank Aaron, by Bill Gutman. The Unmaking Of Rabbit, by Constance Greene* Shimmy Shimmy Coke-Ca-Popl by John Langs taff. Bicycling, by George Fichter. The Witch, The Cat, And The Baseball Bat, by Syd Hoffi "Whatever Happens To Baby Horses?».by Bill Hall. The Colonial Wars; by Don Lawson. The Man Who Made Fine Tops, by Marie Winn.,. Dog I, by Prudence Andrew. The Truth About Mary Rose, by Marilyn Sachs. Raggedy Ann; A Thank You, Please, And I LoVe You Book, by Norah Smaridge. Uowee's Jack-'O-Lantern, by Wilson Dietrich. Baby Farm Animals, by Garth Williams. A Month,Of Sundays, by Rose Blue. The Sugar Gunilla Norris. , "The Sky Clowns," by John Tomerlln; pub., E* P.'tDutton; ages, 10-12. ALLEN PARK BAPTIST CHURCH Still Going Strong Senior Citizens Club of .the Allen Park Baptist Church will meet Thursday at 6 p.m. at the church for a finger foods supper. The Junior Woman's Club will provide the entertainment. COZIAHR REUNION The annual Coziahr family reunion will be held Sunday at Lincoln Park Pavilion. A potluck dinner will be served at 12:30 p.m. Open Daily 9:30 till 5; Mondays, Fridays 9:30-9 "The Sunshine Shop" OUR ANNUAL SUMMER ^ad/iion (Clearance Reductions of 1/ 3 „ % • Summer Dresses • Long Gowns • New Pant Suits • Weekenders The Dre$$e$: Are our quality, Name Brand dresses and long gowns. Like Butte, Leslie Fay L'aiglon etc. Specially chosen from our large summer stock and marked down drastically for you. Formals included. The PantSuits: Two, three and four piece styles including versatile weekenders from America's leading fashion designers. 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