Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 3, 1973
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(Sp .lMbiiffl. .ftffljltaffMqll, Golesburg, III, Tuesday, July 3, 1973 9 Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr, and Mrs. Robert W. Untz, 212 Lakeshore Dr„ Hanna City, will celebrate their 28th wedding anniversary July 10. In honor of the occasion they will have a family dinner at Maple Shadea and spend two weeks in the Hawaiian Islands. The couple was married July 10, 1948 in Canton, They are the parents of two sons, Robert Untz Jr., and Paul Untz, both of Peoria. They also have two granddaughters. Couple Will Reside In Alaska Mni. Glenda Perry, 3051 E. Knox St., announces the marriage: of her daughter, Vicki, to Pfc. David L. Filzsimmons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fitzsjmmons, 2067 E. Knox St. TMs ceremony was held June 16 in Anchorage, Alaska, where Mr. Fitzsimmons is stationed with the U.S. Army at Ft. Richards. The bride, daughter of the late Kenneth Perry, and bridegroom attended Galesburg High School. Miss Hammerle- (Continued From Page 8) uets Oampany, Princeville. The bridegroom, a graduate of Farmington High School, hag completed four years in the Air Force and is employed at Key stone, Peoria. ' NEWCOMER CLUB Newcomer CJub Evening Needlecraft group will me%t Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the hpme of Mrs. Frances Hawthorne, 236 N. West St. Members are being asked to call Mrs. Hawthorne for reservations or cancellations. TO THE BRIDE AND GROOM! Wl THANK YOU FOR MAKING JUNE A RECORD SETTING MONTH . • . 43 WEDDINGS PHOTOGRAPHED HUDDLE STUDIO 715 W. LOSEY GALESBURG 343-8238 PHOTOGRAPHERS FOR MORE WEDDINGS THAN ALL OTHER GALESBURG STUDIOS COMBINED Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mms. Theodore R, Olariee, 521 N. E Shreet, Monmouth, will note their Mfoh wedding anniversary Sunday at « family dinner at noon at Metong's, Res*tiauramt in Monmouth, Aifterwartte, ihe couple will hoist an open house from 2 to, «t their home for fWends, relatives and neighbors, The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Clarke were fnwrjefd July 7, 1823 in Burlington, Iowa by Rev. William H, §penee ot the First Methodist Church. They are the parents of Mrs. Artie (Gloria) Hooper, Monmouth. The couple has one fiiandaoti and one groat grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Clarke aire rertarvl. He was sdif-employed in the painting and paiperhaofing tiwde and Mrs. Clarke was assistant imianiaiger in the Federtd Liand iBank lAssocdaibion Office. J$4 i'S.r' 1 .« p " I'" Plan Open House Mr. and iMns. Rolberit; DeCrane, of near Altwa, Will €«WhWlte Iheir gfrh wedding mmv^m Sunjdjay wlii m $pen. hQWi* .' #t Bishop Hill Cpilonv SjehWl petweefl h^rs cif 2 and. 4 ' M?. and Mjng. m6mk werg fnpntaL a$ fa . .mfaM fmmmjvto «, uMfc They are tsm sp^ts of four c|ii«<ren, .Mirs. Paye Hank'jnjs, AVOOI fkfafirl Ailen 0e* Crane, GaJN; Jffcry J?eOr>ajne, and Pewfc Pe(^)e^.boith at tme, aU flif whow w$! be for tihje evwt, They have one grajnidcMd, W, JJoOrane jg enwjoyed by <Mw Fwwfcy and <a^a fawns, M r$&tm «Wd Wmfe en» feyvftHl ft) the open hpu§e. SILVER RIMS The Silver Rims Motorcycle Club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Knoxville Park. Members aire asked to note the change of meeting day. Prices Good W«d., July 4 th Only? CUTTING m 100% DOUBLE KNITS Crepes, Jaqquards, 2 Tones, Myti -coors, Prints & More . Only $788 " STAINLESS STEEL SCISSORS Especially For. Cutting Rouble Knits. Priced Far IJnder Comparable Quite re. Only $099 3 fabrific STORE HOURS: Mom., Tues., Wed., Thurs. & Sat. 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. i -Anms% KEiivenA Fri. - 10 A.M.-9 P.M. FABRIC CCNTCHO Sun. - 12 NUoon-5 P.M. If #4 N. Htnder»on St 342*9213 Prices Good Thru WED., JULY 4, 1973 Motorcycle Club Conducts Activity Day An activity day was held at the Galesburg Motorcycle Club Sunday, officj#ted by Pel More, road oaptain, Rob Walters, and Dick Little. Trophies were presented by Mr- Moore to Mrs. Sawly WhHc, winner in the women's eiups,; Mr?Joan Olson, second; Mrs. Karen Taylor, third, and Mrs. Bab Fell, fowtfo; Jeto Shot^, mej'g first pUee vyjnn§fi James ihotta, second; Dan Syuivwi, third, and Ron Johnson, fourth. Bob Fell, president, conducted the business meetfflf, final plans were made for {fte Amateur Short Track Race to be held at the club July 14. Wedding Will Be July 14 At Altona Miss Johanna. Zieglep and Airman James. P, Martinson, Whose engagement was announced previously, have select pel July 14 as their wedding date, They will be married at tha Altona Lutheran, Church at 7 p,m> AH frjend* and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ziegler, Victoria and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Julian Martinson, Altona. Slimmer Color Summer's a good time to experiment with" face color. A slightly richer colored base or blusher, or maybe an experiment with pastel eye shadows. MAUS' formal wear 'in Stock Rentals" Palm BfActa Register for Fret honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 W«it Main St.. GaUiburg Summer Sipping Calls for Cooler Basking in the sun doesn't have to be reserved for vacations. Lay out a towel in the backyard and enjoy — just as if you were on a beach in Hawaii. The only drawback to backyard basking is the lack of cooling sea breezes, so refreshing summer coolers are in order, Frosty Orange Cooler is a thoroughly refreshing summer snack. Fresh squeezed orange jgjce is combined With, grape- Frofty Orange Cooler fruitnflavored soda and topped with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or orange sherbet, It's a delightful soda that Will enhance your backyard enjoyment. Fresh oranges from California and Arizona are' summer refreshers by themselves, too, and low enqugh In calories (65) io help yqu maintain your bikini figure. Frosty Orange Cooler (2 servings) i cup fresh squeezed orange juice 1 cup grapefruit flavored soda Orange sherbet or vanilla ice cream Orange oadiwheels Fresh mint leaves Combine orange juice and soda. Poi^r into 2 glasses. Top each glass with a §cpop of sherbet or ice cream. Add fresh orange cartwheels and garnish with mint loaves. { 1 Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Emery Swefoorg, 734 Warren St., recerolly celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary. They were married Jujy ?, 1938 pi;, the North Ofoa<rnbeirs Street Baptist Church by Hev, R. J, Klingherg- The couple are the parents of 'Roger Sweiwfg, fl'ajesbjwrg. W1 ,c i %y have one grandchild. Mr. and Mi's. Swejjorg were guests of honor at a dinner party at Meling's Restaurant hosted by their son and daughter-in-law. Three Give Convention Repprts Mrs. Floyd Frey, senior regent, conducted this week's meeting of the Women of tjie Moose, Chapter 115, at the lodge. Miss Viola R$l, Mrs. Alice Penick and Mr«, Frey reported cn the convention they attended recently- Mrs. Frey presented Mrs. George Benson with a junior graduate regent pin. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Kenneth Rogers and Mrs.; Phillip Anderson. ; Toulon Couple Will Host Opeu House Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Hackwith will host an open house Sunday at their home, 223 S. East St., Toulon, in honor of h§F brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skinner, Worth, who were married May 11. Friends and relatives are invited to attend between the hours of 2 and 4 p.m. Mr. Skinner is a former Galesburg and Toulon resident. If You/Miss Important Calls H/hen You're In Your Car You need a car telephone • It works like your phone at home and at your business, just pickup the hand get when that important person calls. Get all the facts today. INTRA STATE TELEPHONE CO. 100 N, Chtrry St. Phont 343-1112

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