Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 16, 1963 · Page 14
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, October 16, 1963
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14. Golesburp Register-Moil, Golesburg, HI. Wednesday, Oct. 16, 1963 TVirlers Win Awards At the tenth annual all trophy National Baton Twirling Association contest in Morrison on Saturday Judy Unzicker won two first place trophies, one in Illinois State 17 and over and one in advanced 17 and over, Also winning first place was Robin Lindeen in Illinois State 0-6. Second place trophies were won by Clydene Threw in Illinois State 1M2, and advanced 11 and by Terry Scott in ad vanced 8. Those winning third place trophies were Terry Scott in Illinois State 7-8, Robin Lin* deen in advanced 0-8 and Cly dene Threw in fancy strut 11-14. Fourth place trophies were won by Judy Shaw in Illinois State 13-14, advanced 14, and fancy strut 11-14; also Debbie Lindeen in advanced 8. Marsha Derry won fifth place in ad vanced 9. Darlyn Geeseman won first place in beginners 9*10. Win ning third place in intermediate 7-8 was Sharon Schisler. At Sterling At the National Baton Twirling Association contest in Sterling on Sept. 21 Laurie Scott won fourth place in beginners 0-6 and Terry Scott woo second place in Illinois State 7-8 and advanced 8 and third place in fancy strut 0-10. Mrs. Thomas G. Worden attended an acrobatic and tumbling course in Davenport at the Rae Dance Studio on Sunday. Two students took part in the acrobatic class. Kathy McNeil and Randy Sensabaugh both of Abingdon. James A Rozanas of the Ro- zanas School of Acrobatic Dancing of Chicago was the instructor. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne (Bud) McNeil and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sensabaugh also attended the course. CARD CLUB PARTIES LAKE BRACKEN Knox County Country Club members assembled for mixed bridge play Monday evening at the clubhouse. Chairmen were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Buckley. Winners were Mrs. Virgil Elliott, first, Mrs. Douglas Tracey, second, for the women; Ed Fritz, first, Mr. Buckley, second, for the men; Mrs. Elliott and Mr. Buckley, grand slam bid and made; Mrs. Carl Stoerzbach and Ray Streedain, the evening's prizes. Co-chairmen for the next play will be Mr. and Mrs. Elliott. Quick spread for crackers: drain a can (about seven ounces) of minced clams and mix them with three or four ounces of cream cheese; cover tightly and refrigerate until serving time. Knox Students Give Program For Tri Psi An arrangement of fall flowers centered the dining table when Mrs. J. L. Anderson was hostess to members of Tri Psi Tuesday afternoon at a dessert luncheon at her home, 1151 Brown Ave. Mrs. Milton Swanson and Mrs. C. R. Nelson were accorded serving honors. Mrs. E. J. Nichols, president, conducted the business meeting. As the afternoon's program Mrs. Clarence Clark presented three Knox College music students, Miss Joy Shertz, Miss Diane Maximovish, and David MacLaren, who sang a group of songs, "Romance" by Debussy; "They Call the Wind Maria" by Frederick Loewe," "Serenade" by Sigmund Romberg and "All the Things You Are" by Jerome Kern. The students appeared under the auspices of the Bertha Taggart Foundation. Members of the social committee included Mrs. David Peterson, Mrs. Clark, Mrs. John Barrows and Mrs. W. A. Aliens- worth. homier $eAldi deride of C^lti Attend NRTA Convention Save those six-ounce cans from frozen fruit-juice concentrate and use them as "packing utensils" for refrigerator cookie dough. tcct^oun Wedding vows were repeated by Miss Ollie Jean Swlgart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Swigart, former residents* now of Evergreen Park, and David Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Baker, 10620 Maplewood, Chicago, on Oct. 5 at the Morgan Park Presbyterian Church. Rev. William Graham read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who are residing at 3942 W. 62nd St., Chicago. Best man was Robert Baker, and guests were seated by Ken Kelly of Chicago. Miss Swigart, who was given in marriage by her father, selected a white taffeta and lace dress, trimmed with pearls. Her veiling was caught to a crown trimmed with pearls. She carried a Bible decorated with a lavender orchid and accented with ivy. Attendant Miss Linda Lou Swigart, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. She wore a blue velvet empire styled dress. Her flowers were pink carnations. After the ceremony guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jelky of Chicago. Among those sharing serving honors were Miss Rosemarie Swigart and Miss Wilma Swigart. Mrs. Baker, a graduate of Evergreen Park High School, is a registered beautician. Htr husband was graduated from Morgan Park High School and Parks College, East St. Louis. He is employed by the B and O Railroad as a fireman. Attending from Galesburg were Mrs. Rose Swigart, the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Glenn Miller, Mrs. Charles Swigart and Dick Swigart. Dr. Ethel Percy Andrus, founder and president of National Retired Teachers Association, was the featured speaker at the ninth annual convention of Illinois Retired Teachers Association in Peoria Saturday. Conducted at the Pere Marquette Hotel, sessions were in assembly all day. Host chapter was the Peoria IRTA. Paul S. Conklin of Rockford, president, presided. Also appearing on the program Saturday afternoon was Miss Dorothy M. Crippen, vice president of NRTA, whose topic was "What's Cooking Nationally." Mr. Conklin was reelected president during the business meeting. Three delegates from the Galesburg chapter were among the 26 attending from this area. Class Meet* in C. H. Reed Home When members of Kum- Joynus Class of First Baptist Church met in the home of the president, Mrs. C. H. Reed, 189 N. Arthur Ave., Monday evening she conducted the meeting. Mrs. Orie Pople led devotions. Class members repeated a prayer in unison for a member who is ill. Prizes in contests which were the diversion of the evening went to Mrs. John Coakley, Mrs. Herbert Ryberg, and Mrs. Clara Channel. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Reed assisted by Miss Glada Hatfield, co-hostess. Mr. and Mrs. David Baker (Miss Ollie Jean Swigart). Keithsburg Church Is Scene of Wedding The Keithsburg Christian Church was the scene of the wed* ding of Miss Nancy Lou Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Wlllard Fisher of near Aledo, and Elmer Dempsey Ferguson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ferguson of Keithsburg, Saturday evening. Vows were exchanged at 7:30 o'clock as Rev. Ralph Coleman read the double ring ceremony. — Miss Mary McClellen of Seaton, at the organ console, presented the prelude and accompanied Mrs. Eddie Doss and Mrs. Richard Whitehall, soloists. Given In marriage by her father, the bride carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums centered with blue to complement her dress of chantllly lace and nylon net over taffeta. Sequins trimmed the neckline of the dress with its bouffant skirt fashioned with an over skirt of lace. Nylon veiling was caught to a Queen '8 Crown. Best man was Talbert Bal- Now! Tba most comfodable bra ew 1 . HOLD-UP* • Mfl-bM Lyera*Spmdex itntch strips stay ia plica MIN if iff skovldsfs strcfetw iff wild for the fit of i I UfitiMl back pfmofts io a Bluoftw low ItM Straps stretch to a perfect lit! Even if you move the stretch-straps to the edge of your shoulders, the nylon cups won't shift or lose shape. Special bottom-of-cup sections give better uplift. Hold-Up ... the perfect bral White. Sizes 32-36A, 32-38B, and 32-38C. 30 Day Charge Revolving Charge Jay-C-Ettes Meet at Northgate Lanes Mrs. Ned Flesher, ways and means chairman, reported on the successful kiddie land project when Jay-C-Ettes had a business meeting at Northgate Lanes Tuesday preceding an evening of bowling. Mrs. Donald Peterson, president, presided and Mrs. Dave Patterson, a guest, was introduced. Mrs. Donald Oftedahl, welfare chairman, reminded members to bring items for the needy family basket to the November meeting. Mrs. Kenneth Saul gave a report on the Halloween party given recently at Galesburg State Research Hospital. Mrs. Jack Carlton announced the style show to be presented at the November meeting which will also be guest night A revision to the constitution was presented and approved. This committee consisted of Mrs. Ralph Maguire, Mrs. Earl Brehm and Mrs. David Gustafson. Prizes in bowling were awarded Mrs. Roland Derry, Mrs. Richard Welty and Mrs. ert Baker. Rob- R. Smith Speaks to Weston PTA Richard Smith, assistant fire chief, showed a film on Fire Prevention which was narrated by Dave Loring at the Monday meeting of the Weston School Parent Teacher Association at the school. The film dealt with different ways to avoid fires and what to do in case of a fire emergency in the home. Mrs. Charles W. Redfern, president, conducted the meeting at which plans for the Carnival on Oct. 24 were discussed. Mrs. Max Kilgore reported on the recent district meeting at Aledo. The group approved an emergency motion for safety benefit anc! also approved working at a ward at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Announcement was also made of the need for winter clothing for children. Room count was won by Mrs. Carl Livers', Miss Lindrothe's and Mrs. Johnson's rooms. Serving honors were given Mrs. Lester Woods and Mrs. James Dickeson. The social hour was in charge of Mrs. Philip Pitman assisted by Mrs. William H. Pinkston, Mrs. Delmar Herrington, Mrs. Richard Sturgeon, Mrs. Delores Wade, Mrs. John Perry and Mrs. G. S. Tapp. Use stock as the liquid in curry sauce and then finish off with a little — just a few tablespoons —of undiluted evaporated milk. The curry powder will mask the evaporated milk flavor. t&ride& ~^lre Si&ler& } $rideyrooinS* $3rollier& In £a*t Wotine WJJi ALPHA — In a double wedding ceremony read Saturday afternoon at 3 O 'clock in the First Presbyterian Church in East Moline, Miss Judy Howlett and Miss Joyce Howlett, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Howlett, 507-15th Ave., East Moline, became the brides of Robert and Richard Lucas, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Lucas, Alpha. Rev. George Steele officiated at the ceremonies. Miss Judy Howlett Miss Judy Howlett, who became the bride of Robert Lucas, wore a gown of nylon chiffon over taffeta styled with a round neckline, cap sleeves and a full skirt with a chiffon cummerbund. A pearl tiara held her shoulder-length veil of nylon illusion and she carried white carnations arranged with gold net on a white Bible. Miss Josie Lake of Davenport was maid of honor, wearing a turquoise chiffon dress styled with full ballerina-length skirt. A matching net veil and a cres­ cent bouquet of gold pompons completed her ensemble. Keith Saathoff of Cordova served his brother-in-law, Robert Lucas, as best man, and ushers were Jack Howlett, brother of the brides, and Michael Foss, both of East Moline. Miss Joyce Howlett Miss Joyce Howlett, bride of Richard Lucas, wore an ensemble identical to that of her sister. Mrs. Keith Saathoff of Cordova was matron of honor. She also wore a turquoise chiffon dress and carried a crescent arrangement of gold pompons. Ronald Lucas of Moline served his brother Richard as best man. A reception was given for the couples in the church parlors. Mrs. Robert Lucas attended Geneseo High School and was graduated from Hurley's Beauty School in Moline. She is a beautician at Judie's Beauty Salon at 507-15th Ave., East Mo- line. Her husband, a graduate of AlWood High School, is employed by the Farmall Works of International Harvester Co., Rock Island. The couple will reside at 525Vfe 15th Ave., East Moline. Mrs. Richard Lucas attended Geneseo High School. Her husband, a graduate of AlWood High School, is also employed at Farmall Works. The couple will reside at WVz 14th St., Moline. Take a Breather CROWN POINT, Ind. (UPD— Approximately 20 per cent of all home accidents happen in the kitchen, and fatigue is a major cause, says Minerva Partin, a county extension agent. When you're dog-tired things go wrong, she said, because your hands tend to fumble, your feet trip over things, you are less alert and your eyes fail to see potential dangers. At such times five or 10 min- mer of Reynolds, and ushers were Lee Prick of Keithsburg. Thomas Fisher of Aledo and Thomas Whitehall of Moline. Miss Molly Wagoner, maid of honor, selected a sheath dress of saflre blue with a bell shaped skirt caught at the waistline with a small rose. White silk organza petals formed her small hat with a veil. After a wedding trip the newlyweds are residing at 27054th Ave., Moline. Mrs, Ferguson, a graduate of Aledo High School and Burlington Business School, is employed at Fresh Pak Candy. Her husband, a graduate of Keithsburg High School, served four years in the Marines and is employed by Taylor's Construction Co. Schedule Events for Welcome Wagon Welcome Wagon members, who served as hostesses for last week's card night at the House and Garden Room of Custer Inn, were Mrs. N. H. Burdette, Mrs. B. J. Derwart and Mrs. Arthur Scholz. Honors in bridge were won by Mrs. B. J. Derwort, Mrs. bee McTuillon and Mrs. Louis Rohs. Mrs. David Fauts and Mrs. Robert Fitzsimmons won prizes in pinochle. Canasta honors went to Mrs. Robert Rauscher and Mrs. Floyd Brown. Mrs. Wayne Beach was Introduced as a new member. Mrs. Tom Mooty announced that installation of officers will be Thursday at Club 19. She also announced a couple's party Saturday evening at Kimberly Terrace. Following cards, refreshments were served by the hostesses. utes of relaxation will make you a safer worker, she advised. ARVEST of VALUE HURSI Spec/off Better Quality ALUMINUM COOKWARE Values to 3.27! 3 Days I 167 • •a. Deluxe gauge 3-qt. double boilers, 3- and 4-qt. covered pots, 7-cup percolators, and 10" covered chicken fryers. Fun to Dress! TEEN MODEL DOLL i eo. Teen-ager Bonnie is tall, has rooted hairdo, movable arms, legs. Dressed in bathing suit, heels. Special! 3 Days Only! Reg. 98c FASHION OUTFITS Fit Bonnie, jfcffc , Barbie®, Midge*. XXI Boxed. Save! UU Extra Heavy Poly Plastic "SIT-ON" HAMPERS Reg. 2.99.' 3 Days Only! Ridge-supported lid is handy seat! j4xllxl5i/2" high. Blue, white, yellow, others. 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