Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1973 · Page 10
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10 Gotesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, Monday, July 2, 1973 Corpus Christi Class Of '62 Holds Reunion The Corpus Chfisti graduating class of 1962 and former classmates held their fen Pius One reunion at the Sheraton Motor Inn Saturday evening, The members gathered registration and cocktails, The room was decorated with red and white streamers and pie tures and other memorabilia frwn school days. The banquet tables were decorated with three fat friars dressed in brown robes and holding a black fry pan, the symbol of their team, the Corpus Christi Friars. Red candles and streamers were used, depicting the school colors. A booklet of resumes of class members and a table favor were at each member's place. Rev. Edward Purcell, director of Corpus Christi High School for the year 1961-1962, was guest of honor. Father Purcell is now with Holy Family Church in Peoria. He told of some of his memories at Corpus Christi for that one year, which was the last class to graduate from the old Corpus Christi High School. Larry Adair, class president, and Mrs. Dick (Mary Morrison) Eacott, reunion chairman, also spcke to the members. Awards were presented by Mrs. Robert (Mary Helen Swanson) Davison and Mrs. Michael (Becky Thielbert) Cnimm. The awards were given to Mrs. John (Doris Norton) Phillips for most prompt4o-repIy; Miss Arm Lacy for getting married in the nearest future; Mrs. James (Joan Larson) St. Laurente for coming the farthest — from California; Mrs. David (Nancy DeSut- ter) Jordan for being married the longest; Mrs. Arthur (Sandy Obermiller) Hunt for having changed the most, and Mrs. Dick Eacott for having the youngest child. After the program, the class returned to the hospitality room for the evening. Assisting with arrangements in the hospitality, room for were Mrs. Robert (Gladys Cecil) McMillan, Miss Carol Cole' man, Tim Ctannors, Mrs. Barry (Margaret Hicks) Wainer, Pat Kennedy, Mrs. Earl (Nell Rose Lee) Blakewell, Mrs. Davison, Mrs. Crumm, Mrs. David (Lee Thompson) Tressell, and Mrs. Ronald (Lynn Thompson) Searl. All reside in Galesburg. Mrs. Soarl served as treasurer for the reunion, and the booklet was organized and printed by Mrs. Eacott. Miss Shaver(Continued From Page 8) James Boyd. Miss Sandra James was at the guest book. After July 4 and a wedding trip to Green Lake, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Swanson will reside at 366 N. Prairie St. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Swanson, who attended Bible Baptist College, Springfield, Mo., is employed by the Acri Co. Her husband, Who will graduate from Illinois State University in December, is employed at Rowe Manufacturing Co. Miss Johnson(Continued From Page 8) Moving MAXINE'S FLOWERS & HANOI CRAFTS 1430 w! Main Apt. 19 (Back Door) Closed July 4 thru July 11 Larry Olson, Oneida, and Kim Marcussen, Moline, were ushers. A reception was held for the couple at the church after the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside at 2517 13th Ave., Moline, after a wedding trip to Texas and New Mexico. Mrs. Hall, a graduate of ROVA High School, Oneida, and Augustana College, Rock Island, is the Y-Teen director at the Moline YWCA. Her husband, a graduate of Moline High School, attended Blackhawk College, Moline. He is employed at International Harvester, East Moline. Reside in Edwardsville Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Laswell, who were married June 23, reside in Edwardsville where the bridegroom is attending Southern Illinois University. Mrs. Laswell, the farmer Jane Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martin of Bushnell, taught first grade at Knoxville during the past school year. The wedding was-at the First United Methodist Church, Bushnell. Mr. Laswell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laswell of Glen Carbon. •k LET'S GO • on Sat., July 21 to HorM and Buggy Daytl in Knoxville, 111. Visit the Historical sites, outdoor Flea Market, Chuck Wagon meal, Parade and much more, sponsored by Knoxville Business Assoc. and Jr. Women of Knoxville. Price $1.50 for transportation and ins. Ph. 342-4856 for reservation. Handell's beautiful New Bus. Limited to 45 passengers. New Group Presents Program The newly formed group, Junior Women's Relief Carps, presented the program for the Siiiili Going Strong Group, meeting this week at the Allen Park Baptist Qmrch. Prior io the program a finger food supper was served. George Hill, president, conducted the meeting. Miss Witmer(Continued From Page 8) Past Presidents Meet at Peoria Past Presidents Club of the Eagles Auxiliary met at Maple Shade Farms, Peoria, for a dinner meeting Thursday evening at 7 p.m. Mrs. Robert Wright conducted the business meeting prior to the social hour. Dinner arrangements were by Mrs. Sue Rickus. ALL SILVER REPLATING REDUCED 20% No charge for straightening* DURING JULY ONLY groom's sister, Miss Donna Long of LaHarpe was at the gift table. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Long, who was graduated from Carl Sandburg College School of X-ray Techno !ogy, where she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor fraternity, is employed as an X-ray technologist at Drs. Contro and daman. Her husband, a graduate of LaHarpe High School, and Carl Sandburg College School of X-ray Technology, is employed as an X-ray technologist at Coleman Clinic, Canton. After a two-week trip to Colorado, the couple wil reside on East Fremont Road. UNITED TRANSPORTATION UNION The United Transportation Union meeting sahaduled for Wednesday has been cancefliled. because of the holiday. Board Completes Plans for Tournament Final plans for the Second Annual Women's All-City Gol Tournament were outlined at a recent meeting of the Board of Directors of the Galesburg Ladies' Gol/ Association held at the home of Mrs. James Leh man, 1165 Parkview Rd. Mrs Ray Mendrek, president, announced that the event will be held on Aug. 14, 1« and 17 and will be open to all women play' ers of the three local courses Entry blanks will appear in the Gailesburg Register-Mail at a later date and will also be available at the pro shops of the respective courses. The first round of the 54 -hole event, sponsored by the Gales burg Register-Mail and Radio Station WGIL, will be played at the Lake Bracken course and will be considered a qualifying round for position in one of the eight flights. Play will move to Soangetaha Country Club on Aug. 16 and be concluded on Aug. 17. Representing the local courses at the meeting were Mrs. Lehman, Mrs. Rachel Fieharty and Miss Gail Hannam from Bunker Links; Mrs. Harold Shopman and Miss Tede Verner from Lake Bracken and Mrs. Mendrek, Mrs. Virginia Bixby and Mrs. Robert Hoopes from Soan­ getaha. WRC Convenes Preceding the Thursday meeting of the James T. Shields Woman's Relief Corps 121 Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the Republic at the Elks Ckib, a birthday potluck was served at noon. Mrs. Floyd Frey presided at the meeting which follow ed with Mrs. Hitta Whittom assisting with the floor work. Newly elected department officers for the year 1973-74, Mrs. Marie Hausman and Miss Viola Roll, were escorted and introduced. A 25-year pin was presented Mrs. Anna Hurst. Mrs. Hilda Whittom, delegate, gave a report on the department convention held recently. Reports were given by Mrs. Madeline Taylier, chairman of the ward party at Galesburg State Research Hospital; Mrs. Oscar Nelson and Mrs. Nell Logan, who assisted at the Sunnyside School ice cream social, and Mrs. Thomas Sepdch, who donated $15 in (he name of the Corps to the Department of Illinois Child Welfare. Mrs. Paul Jobe served as chairman for the birthday potluck assisted by Mrs. Vera Brogan, Mrs. Margaret Rees, Mrs. Adelia Healey and Mrs. Helen Johnson. Trio Gives A Program Brenda, Julie «nd Mike Backman, who presented the program for the Senior Citizens this week at the meeting at the VMCA, were accompanied on the guitar by Miss Janet Meadows. Group songs were led by Mrs. Margaret Arnold accompanied by Mrs. Ted Levinson. The program followed a potluck dinner, when those having June birthdays were honored. Each honoree received a corsage. CIVIC ART CENTER The Galesburg Civic Art Center is open from 11:30 a.m. to 4 :30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a .m. to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Mary Lacy, Miss Lola McMaster and Mrs. R. M. Miller. AM Trim With higher heels and platform soles, many of last year's pants and slacks fit everywhere but in length. If there's a particular favorite in the batch, try adding a trim to the hemline. WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL foot titer to tkt body «tt to MM op of premenstrual porioden btammfort- able, X-PEL... o mid dhritie, tft htlp you lose eteess body water weight. Only W.OO.We recommend it. OvSCO Grace Episcopal Bible School Concludes The closing program ait Grace Episcopal Church on Friday afternoon marked the completion of two weeks of Vacation Bible School. Perfect attendance awards were won by Doug Brown, Valerie and Lynn Huber, Kirsten and Robin Foley, Todd and Scott Wilson, Juliet Youngren, Phillip Stephens, Bobby Harrison, Blaine Burleson, Brian Moe, Laura Gomez, Christie and Eric Peratt, Karen Laurit- scn, and Ronda Gopher. The school, organized by Mrs. William Burleson, Mrs. Kenneth Morehouse, and Rev. Douglas Smith, was taught by Mrs. Chuck Brown, Gary Huber, Edward Kubitz, Calvin Wetterow, Doug Smith, Jeffrey Moe, Ronald Copher, and William Burleson. They were assisted by Mrs. David Foley, Mrs. Ray Voorhees, and Rev. Smith. Junior assistants were Karen Lauritsen, Christie Peratt, April Kubitz, Roxanne Scanlon, and Jeff Wilson. Wedding Will Be July 7 Miss Pamela Sells and Gary Lishman, whose engagement was announced in February, have selected Saturday, July 7, as their wedding date. Vows will be pledged at 7 p.m. at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Monmouth, with a reception to follow at the American Legion. All friends and relatives are invited- Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sells of Monmouth and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lishman of near Galesburg. "Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 30* b OFF on All Ladies Cleaning Received In Eifhrr of Our Two Stores On Tuesday. No FTOO Pick up and Dplivpry Swedes K Furs F\i hided LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIS ,— 1472 N. HENDERSON HERE'S REAL COMFORT FIGURMAGIC OFFERS YOU AIM ADDITIONAL REDUCTION ON OUR ALREADY LOW MINI-PRICES! FIGURMAGIC OFFERS $48.10 DlfCOUflT If you enroll on a new nmn— 0F «R EXPIRES' SAT. USE THIS A «3P.M. WLUABU EVERT ITEM REPUTED AT SALE PRICES FOR INSTANCE Since the value of old silverplated items continues to soar..,this is an excellent time to take advantage of these low, low prices to have your worn silverware, antiques and family heirlooms replated like new. These pieces are now more valuable than ever and make wonderful gifts. All work QUADRUPLE SILVERPLATED by our skilled silversmiths and Sale prices apply to ALL pieces. DIVISION OP HIVWOOO-WAKEFIELD Articli Teapot Creamer Candlestick (per inch) Sugar bowl Rig. $35.50 18.50 2.00 20.50 Trays (per sq. in.) .16 1.60 16.40 .128 Just Ask For Lloyds Hi Bock SPRING STEEL CHAIR OUR NEW REPAIR POLICY •FREE DENT REMOVAL and straightening on all ittmi wt silvirplatt. •ONLY $8.95 FOR ANY AND ALL ADDITIONAL REPAIRS, no mattir how •xtoniivo, on any pioco wt silvorplato. Includes soldoring brokin bandits, logs, knobs, ttc. (Only txctptions art for furnishing ntw parts) SALE ENDS JULY 31 BRING IN YOUR SILVER TODAY! ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. MAIN ST. DOWNTOWN GALESBURG Open Mon. & Fri. 9 AM to 9 PM A combination Chair and Rocker allows you to recline in solid comfort. Available in yellow, orange, blue, white and green. 4th of JULY SPECIAL if* If S§P§$ P id NRQbLJiTSA ' •' * - ".- J y~ ' •. l\ *PJ IJ»M• m Jill 1J - i fill? 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