Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 10, 1973 · Page 7
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rll'l,, . '.I, W4i .:'!' I i:;" r i In, III!" '!' 'f' ft I. w Despite All Tests By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peve concerns the price of clothes for large Women, t know they require a bit more material but the difference charged is great. This also goes for panty hose, bras and girdles. Large women have enough trouble getting nice looking clothes without ——_ . „ . having to pay ^exorbitant fee J" p «f ve - 70 lttake .« er : for a smaUektra amount of ma- ^ n aU PaMWgers n*ng in our new cars wear their seat belts, some lame-brained genius put switches in each seat Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Kemmer, 922 McClure St., will celebrate their 50th anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 4 p. m. at Midwest Credit Union Building, 1215 Monmouth Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. Kemmer were married July 14, 1923 in Morrison. They are the parents of Mrs. Kenneth (Betty) Alexander of Galesburg. They also have three grandsons and one great-grandson. Rally Will Be In Knoxville Bill Church, president of the|Waukegan, presided at the Spooner Sam's Chapter of the Good Sam Club attended a meeting Saturday at Hickory Grove Camp Grounds, Wyanet, for the purpose of, organizing the forthcoming Regional Rally at Knoxville sponsored by the Good Sam Club. Roy Bird, state director, from Pollys Pointers GqlesburgRegister-Mail, Galesbufg) Tuesday,,July 10, 1973^7 *3d .Scene lAJeddinif The New Windsor Lutheran Church was the setting June 23 for the wedding of Miss Paula Jo Tygret, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theron L. Tygret, New Windsor, and Terry Lee Plunkett, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Plunkett, Viola. Vows were pledged at 4 p. m. as Rev. Douglas Mankell, United Presbyterian Church,] Waukegan meeting. The rally will, be held Aug. 24, 25 and 26 and will feature a flea market, potluck supper, vehicle demonstrations and exhibits. Members of the Good Sam Club and interested persons are invited to attend. terial and a few inches more stitchirig.—MILDRED Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—My bathroom basin has a sewer odor coming in from the overflow opening. The trap is clear and water flows down the drain normally. I have tried to wash it out with ammonia, household cleaners and baking soda and I use a drain cleaner every week. No other basin or sink in the house has that odor so I hope someone can help me.—LEONA DEAR POLLY - Mrs. D. K. can make writing paper look like parchment by rubbing a slightly damp tea bag across the paper. When it is all damp, put in the oven set on low heat and leave until dry. Watch carefully. For an added effect, she could burn around the edges of tha paper.—LEANN DEAR POLLY—At, 4-H Camp we learned to make paper look like parchment as Mrs. D. K. wants to do. Crumple the paper until it is soft and wrinkled. Smooth out. Brush cool coffee all over it as you would paint and this will stiffen and yellow it, too—JULIE DEAR GIRLS—Bonded papev looks a bit better when so treated. Plain typing paper looked to me like just what it was—dyed paper. Burning the edges is that are activated by weight on the seat and a loud buzzer sounds if the seat belt is unfastened. There is even a seat belt light, too. I will grant that this is for safety reasons but the weight required to activate this is not realtistic. In my car a carton of soft drinks on a seat will set it off as will my purse and a couple of books or a small bag of groceries. I was really mad when I found that (he usual items I carry on the front seat will set it off so I had it removed and then traveled from Missouri to Texas and back (alone) in blissful quiet without having to hook up a belt on a seat where no one was sitting. With all those great future plans such as cars that will not start or shift gears until the belts are fastened, someone should look into this stupid weight activated sensor and do something more realistic about the minimum weight. Men usually never carry many of the things women are always carting around. Engineers test accordingly, but they better find a cure or other women will have them removed as I have and all their engineering and genius will be wasted. Please air my Pet read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Preceding the bride were Miss Kim Scott, maid of honor, New Windsor, and Miss K a t h y Plunkett, the bridegroom's sister, junior bridesmaid, Viola. Miss Tygret carried a colonial bouquet of white and yellow daisy mums and gypsophila with white streamers as a corn- bride's brother, Todd Tygret, New Windsor, was junior groomsman. Ushers were Mark Johnson, New Windsor, Michael Crummy, and Randy Millikan, both of Viola. After the reception at the Presbyterian Church Christian Education Building, the newly- plement to her sheer organza; ™ edst ^ for a, wedding trip to gown with clusters of simulated pearls and lace bands trimming the bodice, stand-up collar, fitted cuffs and skirt. A full- length chapel train was caught to the A-line skirt. Her bouffant tulle veiling was caught to a Camelot styled cap of sheer organza and lace. John Plunkett, Sandwich, was best man for his brother. The St. Louis and Lake of the Ozarks at Bagnall Dam, Mo. Mrs. Plunkett attended Winola High School Viola. Her husband, a graduate of Winola High School, attended Black Hawk College, Moline. He is employed by John Deere East Moline Works, Harvester Division. The couple will reside in Viola. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Plunkett (Miss Paula Tygret) tricky either with a match orj Peeve and klt us ^ if we can over a stove burner so be veryi t some actol ._jAN DEAR POLLY—1 aim answer- careful .-POLLY DEAR POLLY—When washing dresses that button down the front, I button them all the way down and button the cuffs, too, and then turn the dress wrong side out before putting it in the washer. The buttons stay in better shape and do not get scratched.-LULA KATE DEAR POLLY - I quickly and easily fill my steam iron with/ a clean plastic squeeze detergent bottle that I keep just for this. After making a thread loop for a hook to go through on a garment, such as at the neckline, dab colorless nail polish on the loop to stiffen the thread and make it easier to find and fasten. I empty and wash pump-type mustard jars and then refill them with catsup and mayonaisse and find they are easy for the children to use when eating hamburgers. -FAY DEAR POLLY - I am sure I am not the only consumer with ing Carollyn whose husband's sweaters stretch out through the ribbing and do not snap back after washing. All she needs is a large round-point knitting needle that is used in seam sewing on knits, and round elastic for use on sewing machine bobbins. On the wrong side of the sweater ribbing, pick up and sew elastic through the knit stitches (usually two) bringing it up two inches shorter than the full ribbing size. Run two or three such rows depending on the width of the bottom ribbing. This will also work on ribbed cuffs if they are not w:rn with the ribbing turned back as cuffs.—CHARLINE You will receive a dollar if Polly uses your favorite homemaking idea, Pet Peeve, Polly's Problem or solution to a problem. Write Polly in care of this newspaper. Wedding Will Be Saturday Miss Pam Henry and Don Roseniberry, whose engagement was announced in February, will be married Saturday at 2 ip.m. at Faith United Methodist : Church. i All friends 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. Otis Henry, 1123 S. Famham St., and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Francis Rosenberry, 843 E. South St. TOPS Club Names Queen A crown, a red carnation, a red and silver sash, and a TOPS charm, were all presented Mrs, Kenneth Rozmiarek as she became queen for the month of IL 372 TOPS Monday evening at the meeting at Salvation Army. Shs was also winner of the monthly contest for TOPS land Mrs. Hem-y Legge was KOPS winner. Mrs. Thomas Rosenberg was queen for the evening for TOPS, and Mrs. Herbert HLHman was KOPS queen. The chapter is now engaged in a contest with the Tuesday evening club where losers will be winners. The losers will be treated to a picnic by the gain-: ers at the end, of a month. Mrs. j Hillm-an conducted the business J meeting. j Tomatoes Picked Green \ Tomatoes that are shipped to I market usually are picked green or just as the color has begun j to turn pink or tannish yellow. ! Home-grown ones taste better, because they ripen completely i on the plant before being picked. J 1 ,1 Our • FRFf fSIIMAIE • fREE OfKVERY • INSTAUATION • Sponge Rubber Pad • fu\\ Servire from ALDON • BIGELOW 1 . CORONET Mills -including CUSTOM INSTALLATION on sponge Rubber Padding.. The look of CARPETS costing $10 to $13 captured in 3 great patterns, in 25 DIFFERENT colors. 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