Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
Page 12
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ireworm (Photos by Steve Stout) Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Spehr, 5208 Drexel Ave., Memphis, Term., announced the engagement and (forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Nan, to John IB. Dredge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Dredge, 159 Seminole. The bride-elect, who attended the University of .Wisconsin^ Madison, Wis., and Western Kentucky University,, Bowing Green, Ky. ailso attended Memphis State University, Memphis, Term. Her fence, a graduate of Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenh., where he was a member of Phi Kappa Psd fralternity, is employed as a Systems Analyst, Paints Depot, Gale Products. The wedding will be Aug. 25 at 7:30 p.m. at the First United Presbyterian Church, Galesburg. Miss Mary Spehr Mr. and Mrs. R. Richard Singer, Decatur, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol, to Don Lipsky, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lipsky, 1225 Day St. i The bride-elect, a graduate of Stephen Decatur High School, and Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, is employed as a teacher in District 205. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he was affiliated with Phi Kappa Tau, is employed by the Burlington Northern Railroad. The couple is planning an Aug. 18 wedding in Decatur. f- Woman's World 'V'.'^-ry-il Miss Carol Singer The engagement of Miss Ann Catherine Lacy, 1122 N. Flora,' Peoria, to Phillip L. Taylor, 1826 Dechman, Peoria, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Taylor, Canton, is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lacy, St. Paul,' Minn. The bride-elect, a graduate of Corpus Christi High School and Knox College, is employed by Illinois Department of Public Aid. Her fiance, a graduate of Canton High School and Southern Illinois University, Carboqftale, is employed bif Illinois Department of Labor. , ; /. ••'f V- The couple is planning a Sept. 1 wedding. Miss Ann Lacy Galesburg, 111., Thurs., July 5,1973 Sec. 2 Page 13 Country Cooking A Specialty At Clayville Editor's Note: From time to time articles on places to visit in Central Illinois will be published. "One lady drives 75 miles to get a chicken salad sandwich, another comes from 60'miles to eat coconut cream pie, and in five days we're entertaining 80 Girl Scouts from Elm Grove, Wis.'* That's the way Mrs; Le roy, Earlene Young, Auburn, manager and cook at the Country Kitchen at ' : the- Clayville Rural Life Center ^describes some of, her patrons. The soups, sandwiches and plate lunches at Clayville are from recipes that are 100 or more years old; .and include Brunswick' stew; flavored with okra, chicken salad, chicken and "light as a feather" dumplings* .many types of pies including , gooseberry; rhubarb and hot apple, barbeque, homemade soups, corn bread, oatmeal bread, hot puffed bread with honey, pumpkin bread, carrot apple bread, banana nut bread, coriander ("it's made from a Mexican spice") cookie or shortbread, cardamon loaf, Hungarian loaf, Armenian loaf and plain old-fashioned white bread. • . Prior to .construction of the railroads, Clayville was a stagecoach stop on the route between Springfield and. Beardstown. A century later, Clayville was purchased and restored by Dr. and Mrs. Emmet F. Pearson who had the help of the some 200 members of the Clayville Folk Arts Guild. Tjhe center, located west of Springfield on Route 125 near Pleasant Piains, was donated to the Sangamon State University Foundation eajrjy in. 1973. The tavern is .open for' tourists on .a daily basis except Mondays.' thel more formal events scheduled by the Folk Arts Guild a&<#ayvHle, for the remainder, of'the year are ah- u Sou emnize d at Qturched Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peters (Miss Mary Lane) Miss Mary Lane . . . After a wedding trip to the Regency Hyatt House, Chicago, and Tan-Tar-A Resort at Osage Beach, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Peters, who were married June 16 will reside at 703 Century Estates. Miss Mary Elizabeth Lane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Lane, Amboy, became the bride (Continued on Page 15) of Mr. Peters, son of Mrs. Paul Peters, 1369 N. Broad St., and 4he late Mr. Peters, at St. Patrick's Church in Amlboy. Rev. Robert Donovan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 12:30 p.m. Attending the bride were her sister, Miss Patricia Lane, Terre Haute, Irad., maid of honor; Miss Janet Lane, Amboy; Miss Jeanne ,Clayton, Freeport; Miss silk illusion mantilla edged with a border of lace was caught to an openwork crown. William Peters, Lakewood, Ohio, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen and ushers were Daryl Maupin, Erick Funk, Edward Theobald and Richard Hegg. A reception was held for the couple at the church following Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Glasman (Miss Debra Finley) Miss Debra Ann Finley . . . Miss Debra Ann Finley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Lee Finley, 1209 Elm, Miami, Okla., became the bride of Michael Joseph Glasman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Glasman, 248 Seminole, in a double ring ceremony read June 16. The nuptials were solemnized in the First United Methodist Church of Miami, Okla., at 2:301 About People/Places f.. Family uu Cheryl Kirwan, Northlbrook, and the ceremony Miss Carol Buss, Belvidere. Mrs. Peters is a graduate of Miss Lane carried a cascade Illinois University where she bouquet of stephanotis, white was a speciad education major, Eleffance carnations lime Fuii ^ 13 ^narary president of wegance^ caynauons, lime Fuji state student3 ^ p^. mums, /gypfc)t>hiaa and Ivy ^ Handicapped. Her husstreamers: as "aoomiplement to band, a graduate of Iowa Wesher silk'organsaa over tatffeta leyan College, • Mt. Pleasant, gown,;-The Javving circular ,.sil- Iowa, was a business adminis- houejte was fashioned with; an totdon major. He w$? a mem- emp!r*jhodice;e^^ a her of Phi Delta Thcta and the band Of 'CIUny lace. Lace alsocaMege golf team. He is: em- trimmed'the high neckline and ployed by the Burlington North- bodice. - Jler cathedral- length ern Raid road. p.m. as Rev. Herman Ging, assisted by Father d'Angelo of Viniifca, Okla., ofifioiated. Musiic for the ceremony was by Mrs. Jerry Goforth of Miami. Guests were seated by John and Bill Finley, brothers of the bride. Dennis Yard of Galcs- buirg was best man, and Rodney Murk of Cameron, Douglas Hooper, Law*on, Okla., brother-in-law of the bride, and [Don Chance of Miami, Okla., groomsmen. Billy Glasman, brother of the bridegroom, Gallesiburg, and John Donaldson, cousin of the bride, served as acolytes. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, selected a gown of Lace with scalloped lace scattered with sequins forming a flounced hemline, tiered to form a chapel train. Scalloped lace farmed the neckline and Bishop sleeves, having wide scalloped cuffs. Imported Eng(Continued on Page 14) * LET'S CO * on Thursday, July 19ih. Spend a pleasant iult day in Monmouth, IU. ). Attend 1 hr. cooking class — Instructor Chef Paul; :!. Have a Gourmet lunch at the Cooking School;; 3. Hear about Monmouth History + a tour. Ph. 342-4856 for reservations duo by July 16th. Limited to 24 people. Air Conditioned New Kandell Bus. Members of the Future Distributors, of America, Class of 1948 of Galesburg High School, met for breakfast at the Holiday Inn Sunday morning after having atteqdjjig the class' 25th reunion Saturday evening. Those attending included Dr. and Mrs. LeRey Donaldson, teacher, Macomb; Mr. and Mrs Lyle Zugg, Iowa City, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs, Carl (Grace Adams) Cassiani, Broadview; and from Galesburg, Mr. and'Mrs. Harold Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Continued on Page. 15) oed a lid Weed an ^A^i PRAIRIE PLAYERS 656 W. WSIY $T. PRESENTS CHILDREN SHQW THE CROSSROADS JULY 7-8 & 14-15 TWO SHOWS EACH PAY 1:30 PM * 3:30 PM INDIVIDUAL TICKET — 75c T |CKETa AVAILABLE AT: O. T. JOHNSON'S — LINDSTROM'S BUHGLAND'S — J. C. PENNEYS By JOANNE AND LEW KOCH (Note: Today's column is written by Joanne Koch). Seven-and-<a4ialf-year-old Lisa has her own apartment now. She set up housekeeping yesterday in her bedroom closet. Her furnishings included, one blanket with slightly frayed pink velvet binding, one pillow, ore copy of "Mrs. Piggle Wiggle,'" one clay pinch pot (given to me last Mother's Day and borrowed back the following week), three grains of stale popped corn in the pinch pot, one nine-year-old bride and groom decoration from atop our wedding cake, three coloring books; one tin of assorted crayons including a worn-down ! stump of copper color and an almost perfect silver with paper still on. I often forget that my own I Later, when I called Lisa I husband needs to be alone now down for lunch, she didn't an* and then. jswer. I went up to the room| The other day when Lew she shares with her sister. Lisa wanted to speak privately to a w ^ m ^ clos ? t '/^ tin f on her | The pendant portion of a colleague and mutual friend, I p "'™* sl V ounde d. by her me-! rhinestone earring found by her hung around pouring coffee and, rae • tuwsnm 6 'Mrs. 1 first grade friend and given toiliotenlng until Lew actually fig 1 ? *J«le s Show-off cure." her the day after he punched asked if I didn't have something JSTLn^i "nS r 40% OFF On All Summer Merchandise Give a Lady Bug Shop Gilt Certificate her in the stomach as a peace offering,. raising the question, "Should I accept a diamond frcm someone J don't love?" It's hard to believe a seven- to do Deeply offended, I huffed Qui of the house (to the supermarket) muttering something about being treated like hired here? Now if you and Daddy have a fight, you can stay in my apartment." year-old has memories, souve- help. nirs even nostalgia. i when l returned there was a It's hard for me to believe sign on the door. "I love you tha* a seven-year-old needs to ai?d ('Love Story' notwithstand- be alone now and then. iing) I am sorry." MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE a09/342-Sn* Aiiei Six. Lord Weal. Palm Beach Kegisier tor Kiec lumeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St.. Galesburg J ^The Lady Bug Shop Open at 9:30 a.m. Closed Wednesday PLENTY OF FREE PARKING 209 E. MAIN, KNOXVIUE Next Door to Ron's Super f 1 EM PARKING IOXVIUE uper Valu

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