Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 6, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 6, 1973
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Galesburg ftegister-Moil, Gotesburg, HI. Friday, July 6, 19^3 7 emnize d at Churched Miss Katharine Craig • • • tf* Second Congregational Church, Rockford was the setting June 16 for the Wedding of Miss Katharine Lee Craig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ctrting Craig, Rockford, and Stephen Elliot Hawes, 1150 W. North St., son of the late Mrs. Marion Hawes, Milan. Rev. Robert Midgtoy read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 4:30 p.m. Larry Rune ' stad, Rockford, was organist The bride selected a tradition* al gown of ivory organza fash ioned with a fitted high collared bodice and long fitted sleeves, Ivory Venice lace and pearl em- Announce Troths Mr. and Mrs. Harold Earnst, 303 W. North St., Knoxville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Denise, to Richard Hanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hanson of near Galesburg. The bride-elect, a graduate of Knoxville High School and Western Illinois University, teaches at Mable Wooisey Elementary School in Knoxville. Her fiance, a graduate of Abingdon High School and WIU, is employed by Gale Products. A winter wedding is being planned. Miss Denise Earnst Mr. and Mrs. Phil Likes, Laura, announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice, to William Tucker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Tucker, Wil- liamslield. The bride-elect, a graduateof Williamsfield' High School, is employed in the office of H. C. Products, Princeville. Her fi- enoe, also a graduate of Williamsfield High School, is employed by Gale Products. The? couple is planning a spring wedding.' Miss AUce Likes The engagement of Miss Gloria Mundy to Donald Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barton, 1050 S. Pearl St., is announced today by her father, Galen Mundy, 102 Locust St. The bride-eleot, the daughter of Mrs. Leona Kluthe of Vandalia, is employed at Hardees. Her fiance is employed at Butler's. Both were graduated from Galesburg High School. Wedding vows will be pledged Aug. 4. Miss Gloria Mundy VFW Auxiliary Installs Officers During the business meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars 2257 this week at the Eagles Lodge, Mrs. Genevieve Watts was installed as banner bearer, Mrs. Grace Murtland, president, presided at the meeting when Mrs. Olive Lohmar, past president, served as installing officer. Mrs. Harry Thompson, reported on the department convention, 8th District. Mrs. Marguerite HoUoway of Lake Rice will be the hostess for the July 18 meeting which will feature a white elephant sale.. The Fourth of July was the decorative motif for the refreshment table during the social hour when Mrs. Lohmar and Mrs. Josephine Lavender were hostesses. Prizes were won by Mrs. Harry Thompson, Mrs. H. W. Nelson and Mrs. Glen Tonkin. AD CORRECTION NELSON'S SEWING CENTER Ad Thuri., June 28th Should Have Read AM Models 30% OFF Wedding Will Be July 14 Miss Sheryl Sue Hawkins and Gerald Lee Purchase, whose engagement was announced in October, have selected July 14 as their wedding date. Vows will be pledged at p.m. at Coldbrook Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard, Hawkins, RR 1, Cameron, and her fiance is the son of fl^rs. Marjorie Purchase, 460 E. Third St., and Donald Purchase, 546 N. Pearl St. Miss Ramona Lisenbee Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Lisenbee of near Galesburg, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ramona Ellen, to John M. Crouch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell E. Crouch, 1628 Morton Ave. The bride-elect, a senior at Galesburg High School, is employed at Kresge's. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Gebhart's Motorist Supply Store. No date has been set for the wedding. broidery formed a front panel extending onto the A-line skirt and widening into a inset of ivory peau which formed a deep hem around the shaped chapel length train. Her three-tier hemline veiling was caught to a tiara of matching lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and bristol gypsophila centered around a gardenia. Attendants Mrs. David Williamson, matron of honor, Rockford, in a nile ore pe gown; Miss Vivian Lezcano, maid of honor, Dubuque, Iowa, in pink; Miss Rebecca Staderman, Rockford, and Miss Sally Gaedke, Milwaukee, Wis., bridesmaids, in rainbow-colored crepe gowns, wore matching picture hats and carried bouquets of shocking pink and pale pink carnations with bristol ferry gypsophila. Dennis Twitty was best man. Groomsmen were Stewart Craig, the bride's brother, Rockford, Gene Yoachum and Dave Cass all of whom served as ushers along with John Glasnovich. After the ceremony a reception was held for the couple at the Rockford Country Club. The newlyweds will reside at 1150 W. North St., after a wedding trip to the Eastern states. Mrs. Hawes, a graduate of Rockford West High School, was graduated from Drake University, Des Moines, Iowa, where Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hawes (Miss Katharine Craig) Mr. and Mrs. James Purlee (Miss Mary Elizabeth Eyre) she was affiliated with Gamma Phi Beta sorority, serving as president. She is employed as a special education teacher with the Knox-Warren County Special Education. Her husband, a graduate of Rock Island Senior High School and Augustana College, Rock Island, is an American History teacher at the Galesburg High School. :r* „ *,4i ||||| ' SALON 8 and 49 Installation of officers of the Krox County Salon 8 and 40 will be Saturday at 7 p.m. at Holiday Inn. READ THE WANT ADS! CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank all of our relatives, friends and neighbors for all the cards, flowers, money, cake, visits and calls that helped us make our 60th wedding anniversary such & happy occasion. Mr. & Mrs. David L. Reed Couple Reside In Abu Dhhbi St. Andrews Church, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Susan Briggs Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Thomas, Ashton, Idaho, and Russell Stephen Hardine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Z. Hardine, 1744 Maple Ave., on June 7. • The single ring ceremony was read by Rev. Ralph A. Lindley, St. Andrews Episcopal Archdeacon in Qu\f, Chaplin of Qatar, Abu Dhabi. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. James Roach of Abu Dhabi. For the something old, the bride, who wore a white long sleeved gown, carried tucked in her hand her great-grandmother's handkerchief. A reception for the couple, who reside in Abu Dhabi, followed at their apartment, where felicitations were offered. Mrs. Hardine, a graduate of Windham College, Putney, Vt., was employed as an administrative coordinator by Johnson and Higgins of San Francisco, Calif. Mr. Hardine, a graduate of the University of Denver, Denver, Colo., is employed by Eastern Becktel Corporation, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Hint of Color Warm weather and too much sun can dry skin out. A moisturizer is an important part of any beauty plan. Some cosmetic lines have moisturizers with a hint of color to give you a glow under or over foundation. You can even use the moisturizer- blush without foundation if your! complexion is good enough. Miss Mary Eyre... Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Dutcher (Miss Brenda Henson) Mr. and Mrs. John L. Northington (Miss Patsy Head) Miss Patsy Ann Head ... Mr. and Mrs. John L. Northington, who were mlarried Satur day at Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church, are residing in Gattman, Miss,, following their wedding trip . to St. Louis, Mo., and Memphis, Tenn. Wedding vows were pledged at 11:30 a. m. as Rev. William G. Thompson read the double Miss Brenda Marie Henson Miss Brenda Marie Henson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Henson, rural Xemia, and Arnold Dutcher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dutcher, 1596 Conger St., exchanged wedding promises June 16 at the Xenia United Methodist Church. Rev. Eugene Nolen read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. The bride selected a knit empire gown fashioned with long sleeves and a satin bow at the waistline. Lace and pearl but­ tons accented the bodice, neck- lire and sleeves. Her long veil was caught to a lace and pearls headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, gypsophila and blue ribbon. Attendants Miss Therese Schuepfer, Harwood Heights, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Linda Freeman, Xenia, and Mrs. Michael Lubbs, Walnut. Ron Snoke, Cerro Gordo, was best man, and groomsmen were ring private ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Head of near Berwick, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Northington of Gattman, Miss. Best man Larry Lorenz, Lincolnwood, and Robert Forsythe, Wheaton. Guests were seated by David Henson, Flora, and Ron Roebuck, Franklin Grove. After the reception at the church, the couple left on a wedding trip to St. Louis and Rolla, Mc. The newlyweds will reside in Rochester, 111. Mr. Dutcher is employed by the State of Illinois as an insurance examiner in Springfield. They are both graduates of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. By GAY PAULEY NEW YORK (UPI) - The time has come for the career woman to take a new look at the career she wants. There's a whole new world of job opportunities out there, far afield of the traditional so- called "women's work." They range from A (for accountant) to V (for veterinarian). The new opportunities opening mean usually higher pay and greater chances for promotion. "Some women must change their career aspirations," says a special report from the Women's Bureau, the U.S. Department of Labor. "Since most openings in the usual •women's occupations' will not be sufficient to supply jobs for all women seeking work, they must choose alternatives in. nontraditional occupations. "In careers not be careers for any for essence, women should different from men." The bureau's report, titled "Careers for Women in the 70's," points to some illustrations of nontraditional occupations offering greater opportunities. In 1970, only 20 per cent of the nation's accountants were women, yet more than 31,000 openings are expected to occur each year during the remainder of the decade. Engineering and science technicians will be needed at a rate of 33,000 each year during the Seventies. Only 11 per cent of the 650,000 technicians employed in 1970 were women. It is estimated that more than a million clerical workers will be needed annually to fill j openings during the decade, but' the highest predicted growth rate will be for jobs in the professional and technical categories, where earnings are higher and promotion opportunities are greater. "...Women must fully utilize the sources of legal protection and assistance which are available to them," the report states. "Strong laws against discrimination in employment on the basis of sex are on the books. Having the legislation, however, is not enough. It is up (Continued on Page 8) was Bill Head of near Berwick, brother of the bride. Guests, who attended a reception at the church, were seated by Jim Taylor of Hermon. Matron of honor was Mrs. Paul Shumard of Galesburg. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a white empire styled wedding gown, encircled at the waistline with a sash. Ruffles trimmed the bodice, with ruffle trim at the collar and cuffs of the long sleeves. Miss Head, who had a headpiece of white roses and daisies, aiso carried a bouquet of the white Sweetheart roses and daisies. Mr. Northington is employed by St. Louis-San Francisco Railway System, Gattman, Miss. MOTHERS OF TWINS CLUB The Galesburg Mothers of Twins Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. James Clevinger, Henderson. The Cleveninger twins will show slides of their recent trip to Paris, France. READ THE WANT ADS! As music filed the sanctuary of the First United Presbyterian Church on Saturday guests lor the wedding of Miss Mary Elizabeth Eyre and James Robert Purlee were seated during the organ prelude by Mrs. Harold Moore. The nuptials were solemnized at 5:30 p.m. as Dr. Kermit Petersen read the double ring ceremony Cor the bride, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Eyre, 430 Haokberry Rd., and the bridegroom, son of Mrs. Marvin Priiliipp of Alexis and the late Robert V. Purlee. Best man for his brother was Joseph M. Piurtee of Alexis. Groomsmen included John Punlee of Bozeman, Mont., brother of the bridegroom, Loren Pease* of Alexis, Daniel Van Fleet of Loanax, Robert Jofflfre Eyre of Champaliign, and John Eyre, Santa Monica, Cafof., brothers ci ithe bride. Sohisit was Mrs. Thomas Stoerzbach of Champaign, cousin of the bride. Attendants Preceding the bride, as she wailked with her father, who gaive her in marriage, were Miss Barbara Eyre, maid of honor for her sister, Miss Janet Fcldman, Miss Susan Hardine, Miss Jongia Jones, Mrs. William Doyle of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. John Eyre of Santa Monica, Oailif., Sister-in- law of the bride, bridesmaids. In denim-blue voile gowns, with ruffled eyelet trim, each carried wicker baskets of red carnations, white pompons and blue cornflowers, with gypso- phiilla accent. Matching voile bandied their sheer braid picture hats. Manitila fashioned illusion veiling, caught to a Camelot hat of Ckny lace, was about the shoulders of the bride's wedding gown of white Ckiny lace. A wide band of Venise lace formed the miandarin collar and cuffs of the gown and also banded the waistlline. The softly gathered skirt, detailed with a deep hemline band of the Oiuny iace, formed a chapel train. Miss Eyre carried an arrangement of white Snow- continued on Page 8) MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/3«-5fU After Six, Lord Waal, Palm Baach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Wait Main St., Galeiburg jc LET'S GO * on Sal., July 21 to Horse and Buggy Days! 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. Randell's beautiful New Bus. Limited to 45 passengers. lei csLeilL Will Be Open Sunday 1-5 P.M. For Your Shopping Convenience 149 I, MAIN ST.

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