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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 9, 1973
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Miss Stephanie Thompson . • • Miss Stephanie Diane Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thompson, Mahnomen, Minn., and Brian Lehman, son of Mn aftd Mrs. A. H. Lehman, 440 Soangetaha Rd., exchanged wedding promises Saturday at 4 p.m. in a double ring ceremony at the First Lutheran Church in Mahnomen, Minn. Attendants were Mrs. Timothy Muzzy, Woodstock, matron of honor; Miss Justina Valient, Springfield, Mich.; Paul McKillip, best man, and Anthony Singer, groomsman, both from Galesburg. Ushers were the bride's brothers, Michael Thompson and Franklin Thompson, Mahnomen, Minn* After a wedding trip to Winne- peg, Manitoba, the newlyweds will reside at 1936 N. Clark St., Chicago. Mrs. Lehman attends the Sherwood Music School in Chicago. Her husband is employed by Slingerland Drum Co. and Lyon and Healy's Music Store in Chicago. Miss Pepper- (Continued From Page 8) Miss Reeves- (Continued From Page 8) Dale Pepper and Michael Pepper, the bride's brothers, were caridlelighters. Miss Pepper designed and made her gown of sheer organza over knit, fashioned with a detachable train. Her fingertip veiling was caught to a flower and pearl headpiece. She carried a nosegay bouquet of pink roses and gypsophila. Miss Karen Pepper, Roseville, was maid of honor for her sister. She carried a nosegay bouquet of feathered pink carnations and wore carnations in her hair as a complement to her pink and green gown. Sid Combs, Prairie City, was best man. Reception At the reception in the church following the ceremony, serving honors were given Miss Jane Lock, Miss Kim Chatterton, Miss Sarah Lincoln and Miss Rosalie Myers, all of Avon. Gifts were displayed by Miss Rebecca Babcock, Rosevine; Miss Brenda Kepple, and Miss Mildred Brown, both of Avon, and Mrs. Wayne Ridle, Marietta. Mrs. Alan Pepper, Avon, asked guests to sign the bride's book. Miss Angela Cox, Roseville, passed rice packets to the guests. Also assisting at the .reception were Miss Robin Kernan, Aledo, and Miss Roxann Roller, Roseville. The newlyweds will reside in Walnut Grove. Mrs. Haffner, a graduate of Avon High School, is a junior at Western Illinois University. She is employed at Driftwood Supper Club, Little Swan Lake. Her husband, a graduate of Bushnell - Prairie City High School, attended Spoon River College, and is a senior at WIU. He is employed as a painter. lace bands on the bodice, standup collar, fitted sleeves, cuffs and skirt, and fashioned with an A-line skirt and full length chapel train. Her veiling was caught to a headpiece of Chantilly lace leaves and white rosebuds. She carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of pink roses, daisies with white and tinted baby chrysanthemums with blue streamers. For something old I he bride chose a gold five dollar piece which was worn by her grandmother in her wedding. Is Best Man Denny. Lytle was best man. Groomsmen were Bill Eckman, and Paul Dee Dunbar, the bridegroom's brother, Henderson. Ushers were David Reeves, the bride's brother,. Alexis; Kent Cooper, cousin of the bridegroom, Henderson; Kris Porter, Alexis, and Carl Thompson, Trivoli. Mrs.' Walter Medhurst, Alexis, was organist, and Ed Hillard, Alexis, was soloist. Scott Roberts, Alexis, and Tim Shannon, the bride's cousin, Mendota, were candle- lighters. Carolyn Shannon, E. Galesburg, the bride's cousin, was flower girl. Steve Jones, Alexis, was ringbearer. Miss Sandy J. Reeves, the bride's sister, Alexis, asked guests to register at the reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. Gifts were arranged by Miss Becky Ecdeen, Viola, Miss Kathy Heflin, Woodhull, both cousins of !he bride; Mrs. Stan Shannon, the bride's aunt, and Mrs. Walter Zielke, both of Alexis. Serving honors were given Mrs. Jack Bridges, Alexis, Mrs. John Reeves, Colona, Mrs. Curtis Bodeen, Viola, all aunts of the bride; and Mrs. Violet Bowie, the bridegroom's aunt, Henderson. Miss Billie Jo Reeves, Miss Tammy Shannon, Miss Saily Roberts and Miss Pam Bridges gave rice packets to the guests. After a wedding trip and July 10, the fiewlyweds will reside in Henderson. Mrs. Dunbar is a graduate of Alexis High School and Carl Sandburg College of Cosmetology. Her husband attended Galesburg High School and was in the Armed Forces stationed in Vietnam. He is employed by Butler Manufacturing Co. Conducts Meeting At the Silver Rims Motorcycle Club meeting recently in the park in Knoxville, Ed Smith, referee, conducted the meeting. Jobs were assigned for the Sportsman race Sunday. . It was announced the next meeting wilJ, be cancelled because of vacations. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Don Baker. WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD Members of the Board of Directors of the Galesburg Woman's Club will meet Wednesday at 9 a.m. at the clubhouse. Father ? Reads Ceremony Bethany Baptist Church, Peoria, was the scene of the wedding for Miss Darlene Mary Gage, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Gage, 1211 N. Garfield, Peoria, and William A. Bultemeier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bultemeier of near Avon, on Friday. Rev. Gage, who. gave his daughter in marriage, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. Guests were seated by Mike Bricker, Alan Bricker and Roily Schaffer, all of Peoria. Tom Jones of Avon was best man, and Jerry Bultemeier, Gary Bultemeier and Dick Hammer, groomsmen. Mrs. Karen Jarvis, organist, and Mrs. Beverly LaHue, soloist, are both of Peoria. Attendants, Mrs. Gary Bultemeier, Mrs. Mike Bricker, Miss AJice Root and Miss Kristy Gauwitz, were in rainbow colored flocked dresses. Each had matching wide brimmed hats. Daisies lormed their bouquets. Miss Gage, who also carried a bouquet of daisies,. selected a lace and organza wedding gown, fashioned with a lace bodice. Ruffles trimmed the hemline of the gown. Her veiling, trimmed in lace, formed a train. Candlelighters were David Gage and Bobby Kearty, and ringbearer, Bi\\y Alexander II. After July 10, the couple will reside at 5741 N. Galena Rd., Peoria. A graduate of Christian Academy, Toccoa Falls, Ga., Mrs. Bultemeier is employed at Lyns Inc., Peoria. Mr. Baulemeier, a graduate of Avon High School and Carl Sandburg College, is employed at Caterpillar Tractor Co. Go lesbtirg Reg i ster>Mo i I, Gd 1 esburg, Monday, July 9, 1973 9 1943 Week 30tlt Reunion Saturday Knox County Salon Installs Officers A guest dinner in the Butler Room at the Holiday Inn Saturday evening preceded installation of officers for Knox County Salon, 215, 8 and 40. The salon colors of red and white were used in floral centerpieces, nut cups and programs designed as a and gloves. Mrs. Earl I Reunion Held at Holiday Inn Talking over old times at the 30th class reunion of the Galesburg High School Class of 1943 Saturday evening at the Holiday Inn are Edward Norquist, Darien; Mrs. Melvin (Dorothy Jordon) Nelson; Lawrence Peterson, Sonoma, Calif.; Mrs. Jack (Alice Hoskins) Sanford; and Jack Wilson, Hollywood, Calif. purse Carter, Mrs. Robert E. Johnson, Mrs. Max Jones and Mrs. Robert Sexton, Rio, were in charge of arrangements and decorations. The new officers, who were mstailed by Mrs. Earle Peacock, Altona, and escorted by Mrs. William Lewis, installing L'Aumonier, .and Mrs. Kermit Brown, Abingdon, installing La Concierge, are Mrs. Johnson, lc petit chapeau; Mrs. Jones, pouvoir member; Mrs. Donald Standard, lc demi petit chapeau premier; Mrs. "Burt Empson, Altona, lc demi petit chapeau dcaxieme; Mrs. William Sornberger, Altona, l'archi- vestc; Mrs. Carter, l'aumon- ier; Mrs. Mark Dredge, Abingdon, le petite concierge, and Mrs. L. Sexton, Rio, la secre­ taire, caissierc. Mrs. Peacock pinned the chapeau passe pin on Mrs Jones, outgoing chapeau, and presented the gavel to Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Empson, Veteran's pay dinner; Mrs. Brown, Mrs. William Stivers, Mrs. Dorothy Snell, Mrs. William Shumberger, ways and means. Guests present were Mrs. Linda Burton, San Antonio, Tex.; Mrs. Zelma O'Mailey, Bill Ward, Victoria, and Earl Peacock, legion department adjutant. Mrs. Walter Forbes and Mrs. Lewis were departmental cha- ppaux passe. Miss Sells- (Continued From Page 8) sisters of ths bride of Monmouth, and Mrs. Sidney Thrailkill. Galesburg, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaids, were in empire styled gowns of chiffon over taffeta. Matching veiling was caught to Juliet caps with ribbon streamers. Mrs. Hayes was in mint green; Miss Poplett, in yellow; Mrs. Carlos Adams, Roseville, I Mrs. ThrailkilJ, in apricot; Miss When You Know It's For Keeps SANTA ROSA "It's Nyman's For Diamonds" SCANDIA ^ "•LLr* ^KlGISItHtD III* M.O NJJ H J.N G S N Y M A N if WLLi HS Wedding Will Be Saturday Miss Sue Wong and John Tribbey, whose engagement was announced in June, have selected Saturday for their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 4:30 p.m. at the First United Presbyterian Church. All trends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Wong, 1001 E. Main St., and her fiance is the son of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Tribbey, 1430 N. Broad St. The date of the wedding was incorrect in a previous article. IMMACULATE HEART MARY The Immaculate Heart of Mary Church picnic, summer sack lunch social, will be Thursday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Shelter No. 1, Lake Storey. Beverages will be provided. Games and prizes wi'il be provided for the children.. ST. MARGARET'S GUILD St. Margaret's Guild of Grace Episcopal Church will meet Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the church to travel to Abingdon for a meeting at the home of Mrs. Dick Kramer, 401 N. Cherry St., in Abingdon. Co-hostess is Mrs. Carl Gustus. READ THE WANT ADS! Edward Norquist, Darien, was master of ceremonies when the Galesburg High School Class of 1943 met for its 30th reunion Saturday evening at the Holiday Inn. There were 160 present for the cocktail hour, buffet dinner and dancing with music by The Charles Knapp Band. Behind the orchestra was a large replica of the 1943 Reflector yearbook, designed by Art Greenquist. Tables were attractively decorated with gold cloths and flowers made of rattan. Suspended Meat Production High Despite Bad Weather Weather and production-marketing problems notwithstanding, food economists arc esti mating that meat production this year will be high enough to provide an average of 20 pounds more meat per person in the U;S. this year than was avail able 10 years ago when per capita consumption was a record high of 169M: pounds. Since production of meat has actually stayed ahead of the increase in population there is no shortage compared with past years. However, bad weather and disruptions in the marketplace have made it difficult for the livestock and meat industry to move its products into the meat counters rapidly enough to satisfy increased consumer demand. Powder First To lengthen and add body to lashes try applying a little powder to them first. The powder provides a base that helps the mascara cling. Three applications over the powder will make your lashes look incredibly long and full. SWEET ADELINES Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. The board will convene at 7 p.m. "Ladies Day" Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 30 % OFF on All Ladies Cleaning /' Received In' Either of Oyr • ^Two^ 5tpres:';Oh Tuesday. _ , . Mo fiee Pick-up ^ A / and Delivery ' - Furs Excluded LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 7 332 E. KR|i|^ 1fl72'N. HENDERSON fc^.lf «^.^ w .- rwTr .^ fflwaM - llBllm l [gl TfcTgWlHMMIil ' l«iiriT»—•HITItl'Tlir frorm the ceiling were several bouquets of rattan flowers, fashioned by Mrs. Charles (Helen Holmquist) Wetherbee, decorations chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Damberg were guests for the evening. Mrs. J\ in (Alive Liebcr) Spencer, program awards chairman, presented prizes to Bob Goad; Mrs. Gordon (Shirley Larsen) Walberg; Bob Portlock, Alaska, for coming the greatest distance; Mrs. Jesse (Katherine Felt) Armstrong, most children; About People, Places . . . Lisa Pearson, 1122 N. Broad St., was among the 47 students attending the 17th annual high school summer workshop in Communications June 17-30 at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. A Galesburg High School student, she took part in the newspaper journalism sec- lion of the workshop. Robert J. Southwell, 919 N. Broad St., a Galesburg High School student, has been a participant in the 11th annual two- week Jets Program at Bradley University. The program, sponsored jointly by the Junior Engineering Technical Society and Bradley University, is designed to' acquaint high school students with engineering curricula and careers to provide a basis for decisions concerning career opportunities. Programs by industrial representatives provided opportunities to observe and experience some of the many facets of the profession of engineering. and Tony Tabone, most grandchildren. Paul Peck and Don Light were general co-chairmen of the event; Mrs. Ward (Joan Erie) Lacy, reservations and corresponding secretary; Mrs. C. W. (Deana Erickson) Rcdfern, treasurer; Roy V. (Bud) Johnson, booklet cover design; Mrs. Jack (Alice Hoskins) Sanford and Mrs. Melvin (Dorothy Jordan) Nelson, booklets; Dale Rowen, entertainment, and Miss Cccile Smith, registration and nametags. Miss Medhurst- (Continued From Page 8) Ted Tourlentes, Valleyview Road, was first-chair percussion section leader in the senior concert gand and Peter Purcell, 1027 N. Cedar St., was lead keyboard player in the Jazz Band II at the Illinois Summer Youth Music at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. The two-week o n-c a m p u s camps which they attended presented final concerts June 29. Six other music organizations among the 20 to meet this summer registered July 1. A total of 1,650 grade-and-high-school musicians were selected to participate in the 20 organizations during the 1973 season, which is ISYM's 25th anniversary year. piece of lace flowers and elongated bows. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Lynn Lar-j son of Victoria, the bride's' cousin, at the reception which followed in'the Fellowship Hall of the church. Gifts were arranged by Miss June Lewis, Miss Donna Medhurst, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Alan Indelicato and Miss Jane Bicck. Honors were accorded Mrs. Steven Medhurst, sister-in-law of the bride, Mrs. James Kerr, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, Miss Barbara Case of Bartonville and Mrs. Don Johnson. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside at 1506 Haynor St. Mrs. Kerr, a graduate of Galesburg High School, was graduated from Illinois State University. Her husband, a graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed by the Burlington Northern Railroad. Eggplant Is Versatile Food Elegant eggplant is good so many ways. It's delicious baked or broiled, scalloped, topped with cheese, with creamed mushrooms, with sour cream, or tomato. Eggplants arc such a beautiful shape and color that they can be the keynote in a centerpiece of fresh vegetables for the dinner party table. Where did eggplant come from originally? The United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association tells us that it had two centers of origin, the first in subtropical India and the second in China. Now that fresh eggplant is in such good supply at your market, enjoy it in your favorite ways. READ THE WANT ADS! departmcntale l'amonicr, spoke on leadership. She stated, "It is performed by women with courage and determination with the cooperation of all partners working side by side." Mrs. Johnson announced her committee chairmen for 1974 as follows, Mrs. William Stivers children and youth; Mrs. E. T. Bost, constitution and bylaws; Mrs. Sornberger, la sur- Intendantc; Mrs. Walter Forbes, 1'auvocatc; Mrs. Dredge, nurses scholarship; Mrs. Standard, partnership. Also, Mrs. Carter, and Mrs. Jones, party chairmen; Mrs. Dean Soper, photo, book; Mrs. Sexton, publicity; Mrs. Jack Cates, red book page; Mrs. Golda Asplund, rituals and emblems; Mrs. Kenneth Brewer, social; Mrs. Ernest Peterson, sunshine; Mrs. Lewis, trophies and awards; Mrs. Standard and Miss Tackett- (Continucd From Page 8) and Cathy Sells, in orchid, and Miss Vickie Sells, in blue. Each carried ivory spider mums and colored mums in crescent-shaped bouquets with streamers to match their dresses. Touches of greenery and gyp­ sophila were the accent for the bouquet of ivory spider mums carried by the bride, as sihe walked with her father. Given in marriage by her parents, Miss Sells selected an ivory chiffon over taffeta gown styled in an empire silhouette. Panel of lace and pin tucks marked the front of tihe gown, with its cathedral train trimmed with lace. Tiered illusion veiling was caught to a caplct of ivory lace flowers and crystalline bows. Flower girl was Christina Davis of Yates City, niece of the bridegroom, and ringbearer, Michael ScMs of Monmouth, brother of the bride. Reception | Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at tihe American Legion Hall in Monmouth, where Miss Connie Sells and Miss Kim Sells, sisters of the bride, Monmouth, were at the guest book. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Rick Sells of Baxter, Iowa. Honors were accorded Miss Kcvi Poplett, Miss Joanie Garrett, Miss Karen Becker, Miss Thomas were flower girl ringbearer, respectively. At the reception in the bride's home, guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Wanda Burris of Avon. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Frieda Thomas of St. Louis and Mrs. Darreli Birkey of Delavan. I Honors were shared by Miss mu, n u a ..ricnn Mice dhimn | Carolyn Garrett, MJSS Pacey Carolyn Harrison, Miss Sharon Ramazzine and Mrs. Charles Sharp, all of Springfield. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells, the couple will reside in Campbell Hill. Mrs. Howie was employed by the State of Illinois in Springfield, and her husband is a security guard at Menard Penitentiary at Chester. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is the Macomb National Theater Company exhibit. The hours are Tuesday through Friday 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., and Saturday 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The hostesses are Mrs. Verne Dowers, Mrs. Alma Sundquist and Mrs. M. Baylor. Garrett, aH of Galesburg, Mrs. Roger Davis of Yates City, Mrs. Richard Haughey of Pittsfield. After July 15, the couple will reside at 241 Maple Ave., Galesburg. Mrs. Lisliman, a graduate of Monmouth High School, is employed as a bookkeeper at Paralee Apparel, Monmouth. Mr. Lishman, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Carl Sandburg College, is employed at McFall Monuments. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5EU Aflar Six, Lord WMI, Palm Batch Register for F'rec Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Watt Main St., GaUiburg SALON WAVE __. Reg. S17.50 BODY WAVE m ORGANIC 10 prote,n Appointment Not Always Necessary $ 15 208 HILL ARCADE Phone 342-3015 t

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