Calendar of s HAWTHORNE CLUB Hdwthdnte Clab will meet Wednesday afternoon at 3 o 'clock at the home or Mrs. A. J, Powelson, 1029 N. Broad St. Co-hostess will be Mrs. Rpbert Chandler. Mrs. Philip Herring will present the program, "Mississippi Panorama.'' WOMAN'S CLUB The Oalesburg Chapter of the "Sweet Adelines" will entertain members of the G a 1 e s b u r g Woman's Club at a tea in the clubhouse Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Hostess group will be the American Home Department, Mrs. Albert Bradbury and Mrs. F. W. Simmen, co-chairmen. PHI BETA Phi Beta will meet Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at the home of Mrs. George Shirck, 919 N. Seminary St. COED LODGE Coed Lodge will convene Tuesday afternoon at the IOOF Hall at 2 o'clock. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon installation dinner will be Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at Club 19. Members wishing further information are being asked to call Mrs. William Connelly, 1211 Park View Rd. GHS PTA The Galesburg. High School Parent Teacher Association will meet Tuesday evening at 7 o'clock in the auditorium for a meeting which will be followed by an open house. BPW Business and Professional Women's Club will sponsor a card party at Moose Lodge Wednesday at 7:30 o'clock. GOOD NEIGHBOR CLUB Members of Good Neighbor Club will meet at 1:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Bernard Pogue, 108 N. West St., Knoxville. SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB Knox County Social Service Club will convene at 6:15 o'clock Wednesday evening at the American Beauty Restaurant. * GARDEN CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Chester Griffith will be hosts to the Galesburg Garden Club at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening at their home, 1302 Frank St. USHER'BOARD Miss Marion Stewart will entertain members of the senior usher board of Allen Chapel Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at her home, 739 W. Knox St. IMMACULATE HEART PTA When Immaculate Heart of Mary Parent-Teacher Associa- Pit* SUSufL, 3L*L, GalesburgRegister-Moil, Galesburg, Monday, Oct. 14, 1963 9 THREE OF THE MODELS for the Pilot Club annual style show are ready to go for the show on Thursday. The benefit event will be at 8 o'clock in the George Churchill Junior High School auditorium. Proceeds will be given to their community service project. Mrs. Richard Johnson, holding Lynne Hurst, is modeling a muted green, red and black wool suit accented with an red ascot. Little Lynne is shown in an antique green velvet dress, with white push up sleeveblouse. Mrs. Harvey Hagge (right) selected a black classic longer jacketed suit, slim and young with an elegant costume look for the show. Her bubble crown cloche of calf has a bow leather trim. Mrs. Gay McGill will serve as mistress of ceremonies. Fashions will be presented by Burgland's Youth Fashions, O. T. Johnson and Stern and Fields. tion meets at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in the school cafeteria, Sherrill Peterson, Galesburg High School student, will speak on "Teaching the Blind." VFW AUXILIARY Auxiliary to Knox County l % ost, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will have a potluck dinner and white elephant sale Wednesday noon at the home of Mrs. Nevin Gold, 341 S. Academy St. VIOLET "SOCIETY Bi-county African Violet Club will be entertained at 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Wilfred Kilgore, 985 Frank St. JAY-C^ETTES Jay-C-Ettes will meet Tuesday evening at Northgate Lanes at 8 o'clock. Members tire being asked to note the change of meeting place. Bowling will follow the meeting. Cotillion Club Opens Season At Elks Club Galesburg Cotillion Club began its 1963 winter season at the Elks Club Saturday eve ning, with 150 members and their guests dancing to the music of Art Reifsnyder and his band. Board members, Herb Squire, Mrs. Arthur J. Scholz, William Connelly, Mrs. Earl Carter, Roy Grabill and Mrs. William Leibovitz, were in charge of the decorations which were in a Halloween theme. Special prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Blackman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McKenzie and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Vest. Mrs. Robert Frank was awarded a gift membership for her winning effort on the membership committee. STRETCHSTRAPSI AND WHAT COMFORT1 THE STRITCHPRA n BY WHAT YOU FEEL IN A WARNER'S WARNER'S 9 . . ISN'T THE BRA! Warner's invents straps that stretch! The fantastic stretchstraps stretch over the shoulders, stay firmly put. Gone are the buckles that used to press into your collarbone! The straps stretch down to a low, low back— 2V? inches lower than conventional bras . . . won't ride up. Almost every inch of this nylon-and-Lycra® bra stretches to fit (except the beautiful nylon cups). White, A,B,C, $5.95. Longline B&C, $8.95. Announces Daughter's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Edsel Nelson of Wataga, announce the marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Diane, to Samuel E. Ericson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam B. Eric son of near Galesburg, on Sat urday, Oct. 5 at Laddiona, Mo. Mrs. Ericson was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1962 and the Burfingtoh School of Business in 1963. She is employed as a stenographer in the Sales office at Gale Products. Mr. Ericson was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1959. He is self employed in the logging and lumber business. The couple is residing at 771 N. West St. With The Girl Scouts Green Oaks was the sight for the second annual Columbus Day Nature Outing for Troop 341 of Silas Willard School. The girls met at the school and were taken by cars to Green Oaks where they spent the day hiking over the area and earning some of the requirements of the new Gypsy badge in the Junior program. Guiding the girls on this trip were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brown, nature consultants, Miss Margaret Lindsey and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Van Dell, assistant leaders, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Starr, Mrs. John Cable and Mrs. Harry Engholm, troop committee members. Girls participating were Susan Adams, Michele Bailey, Mary Jane Beaird, Vicki Bean, Karen Blackledge, Janet Cable, Teresa Engholm, Julie Evans, Kathie Hainline, Lori Haring, Sue Johnson, Penny Standard, Paula Starks, Rhonda Starr, Christal and Mary Van Dell and Gail Wilkinson. TRI-PSI Mrs. J. U Anderson will be hostess to members of Tri Psi Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at her home, 1151 Brown Ave. A Wedding In Your Future? Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "Bridal Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too 342-1417 Give-A'Gift WtBEKS 14» E. M«is Robertson-Johnson Vows Said at Alexis As strains of the traditional wedding music filled the sanctuary of the Alexis First United Presbyterian Church guests were seated for the wedding of Miss Patricia Ann Robertson and Frank Johnson of Galesburg Sunday afternoon. Reading the 3 o'clock ceremony was Rev. Elmer Castordale. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robertson of Alexis, and mother of the bridegroom is Mrs. Earl Johnson of 74 South West St. ' Crescent shaped bouquets of chrysanthemums were carried by the attendants, Mrs. Patrick Napier of Galesburg, matron of honor, and Miss Sharon Enderlin and Miss Bev Thompson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, bridesmaids. Each had cocoa brown pillbox hats trimmed with scalloped veiling and cocoa brown suits, designed by the bride's mother, to complement their harvest hued Wool dresses. Mrs. Napier, the bride's sister, was in antique gold. Miss Enderlin in leaf green and Miss Thompson in cocoa brown. Ushers Seating the guests were Fay Johnson of Monmouth, brother of the bridegroom, Pat Naoier, brother-in-law of the bride, Terry Hudson, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, from Fort Smith, Ark. Delane Johnson of Sheffield, the bridegroom's brother was best man. Groomsmen, both brothers of the bridegroom, were Darrell Johnson of Seaton and Charles Johnson of Alexis. Mrs. Avis Phillipson was at the organ console to present the prelude and accompany the soloist, Larry Mayhew of Alexis. Autumn rainbow ribbon chrysanthemums accented with greenery decorating the Bible carried by Miss Robertson as she walked with her father. The bride's gown of chantilly lace, trimmed with organza, over taffeta was fashioned with a bustle-like effect. Sequins decorated the escalloped square neckline of the dress as well as the bodice. Sequins and pearls accented the halo crown holding the bride's veiling. As a sentimental touch, Miss Robertson, wore a topaz ring belonging to her great-grandmother, formerly worn by her sister on her wedding day. Miss Regina Johnson of Monmouth was flower girl, and Mark Johnson of Abingdon, ringbearer. Reception Autumn colors reflected the wedding motif at the reception in the church. The tiered cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom, centered the serving table, where serving honors were given Miss Sharon Lynn Johnson; Mrs. George Reagor, the bride's grandmother; Mrs. Terry Hudson, the bridegroom's sister; and Mrs. William Reagor, the bride's cousin. Miss Sharon Lynn Johnson, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Gifts Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson (Miss Patricia Robertson) trimmed the bronze and yellow were arranged by Miss Pat King, Miss Ruth Patterson and Miss Sherry Bertleson. After a wedding trip the newlyweds will reside at 1730V2 Tenth St., Moline. 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