III. July 12, 1973 C7 es . •. i. " Mr. MA Mrs. Marry & Weaver, 962 Bftteman St, announce th* et^agwnatf and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Susan, to John Michael Rowland, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Rowland of near Oalesbiurg. Miss Weaver, a OaJesburg High School graduate, is employed at the Evergreens. Mr, Rowland, a Knoxville High graduate, is employed at Admiral. The couple has selected as their wedding day, Aug. 4, 2:30 p.m., at the First United Methodist Church. Relatives WedJi ina tomided Miss Barbara Krantz 'Miss Carol Weaver Mr, and Mrs. Harold and friends are invited to at- Krantz of Galva announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Larry Schupbach, r 3on of Mr. dnd Mrs. Ben Schupbach of Princeville. . „ ., . _ i. . The bride-etect la a graduate Mr. and Mrs. Uoyd Boughton, ^ Galva Hlg1l school and Hum- near Alpha, aimwnce we en- boldt Instiltute fa Minneapolis, gagemcnt of their daughter, Mr Schupbach, a graduate of Loretta Kay, to David E. Sward, Princeville High School, is em- c, on ? , • ' . Verne !>%ed by Caterpillar in Moss- Sward, 68 Pennsylvania Ave. From Roseville . . . Miss Marcia L. Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe 0. TTiomas of Roseville, became the bride of William A. Hoi 1 en- back, son of Mr. and Mrs* Roy Lee Hollenback of lpava, on July 8. Rev. Robert Bryan read the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. at the Roseville Christian Church. Best man was Dave Spencer of lpava. Serving as Michael with delicate re-embroidered Alencon lace trimming the high neckline, cuffs of the full puffed sleeVes and empire bodice. A band of lace accented the full flounce at the hemline. Lace also trimmed the bride's Mantilla length veiling of silk. Mr. and Mrs. Hollenback reside near lpava. Mrs. Hollenback, a graduate of Roseville High School, attended Spoon River College, Canton, for a year. Her husband, a graduate of VIT High School, is employed at Blairs Food Center, lpava. vilie. i The bride-elect will be a junior . At,., • • „. . « , , • „, • The couple is planning ei AlWood High Sdwol in Wood- 0ctober w £, ding , hull. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Butler Manufacturing Company. The wedding will be July 28 at 1 p.m. at the Alpha United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and the reception at 2 p.m. at Mr. and Mrs. Bough- Jen's home. an Miss Lorctta Boughton 4 candlelighters were Thrapp of Blandinsville and Blake Hollenback, brother of the bridegroom. Guests, who later*attended a reception at the church, were seated by Paul Thrapp of Lenox, Iowa, and Tom Barret of lpava. Miss Vicki Thrapp of Blandinsville was maid of honor for the bride, given in marriage by her father. Large daisies with gypsophila accent were carried by Miss Thomas as the complement to her ivory gown of angel peau, From Woodhull . • . WOODHULL-Miss Debra Rene Good and Kenneth Lee Barham were married at the Osco Community Church on June 30 at 8:30 p. m. Miss Good is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Good of Woodhull and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Barham of Andover. Rev. John Hedlund officiated at tha double ring ceremony. The bride, given in marriage Good of Andover, both nieces of by her father, selected a gown the bride. Ringbearer was Bradof sheer nylon organza over }&y Qood of Alpha, nephew of taffeta with clusters of pearls the bride, and lace bands trimming the ^ ^ was Jl3ck ^ bodice. Laces bands also accent- Kingston and gro6msmaii was ed the stand-up collar and the ^ 0socK Ushers A-line skirt forming a chapel mte Gera]d Finin of Rewanee length train. Fingertip veil was and Um Barham ^ Andovei , caught to a crown of formed «*. „ i MI U • A pearis and rhinestones. Her bou- . ™ U "fl* ! n quel was a colonial arrange- *»* «.*° «; mail of Sterling Silver roses, %S^ Ma J5° t 5f e ^ ten ^ ^hite daisies and gypsophita. ffift Sister of the bride.Mrs. Don- £ e ^SSSL M Ward of Alpha, maid of & falK J**. Ba ?» m atte " dl£ * honor, was in a Med white JS 1 SS.irS«. ***** nylon over taffeta gown. Her at the Woodhull Plaza flowers were miniature carnations, purple statice, daisies BlliebCFrieS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Johnson (Miss Twila Van Hoose) From London Mills ... Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Twila Kay Van Hoose daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Van Hoose, of London Mills, and Donald Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, of St. Augustine, June 30 at 7 p. m. The nuptials were solemnized at the London Mills United Methodist Church as Rev. David Hutton read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Robert Allen was best man and guests were seated by Scott Hulet and Johnny Hulet of London Mills. Miss Mary Van Hoose was maid of honor for her sister. Candles were lighted by Miss Teresa Hulet and Miss Susan Ray, cousins of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a yellow chiffon over taffeta gown fash- fonisd with long chiffon sleeves, iand high neckline accented with j braid and at Valley High School. Her husband is employed at Briggs Manufacturing Co. in Abingdon. [The Need- (Continued from Page 11) use a hand- of an electric And they will sweeper instead one. —Use a mixer operated by elbow grease instead of electricity. Give up electric knives and toothbrushes. -Go back to washing dishes the old-fashioned way, giving up the dishwasher. —Use a paper fan to cool oneself instead of turning on the aiteondltioner. Rediscover the cooling qualities of a cold shower on a hot day. -Go back to towel-drying the hair indoors or in the sun outdoors instead of using the electric hair dryer. It's not too difficult to get oneself psyched up for these old-fashioned ways of doing things. Just pretend there is a power failure-^which authorities assure us will occur with great frequency if we all don't conserve electricity. At once. GRANDMOTHERS CLUB The Knox County Grandmothers Club will have a picnic at Lake Storey Lions Shelter No. 2, Rows 1-5, Monday at 6 p.m. Members are asked to bring a covered dish, own table service and a lunch cloth. Meat and beverages will be furnished. READ THE WANT ADS! Make Miss Brenda Rhodes Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. Rhodes oi near Marietta announce the engagement of their daughter. Brenda Kay, to Robert L. Davis, sor of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davis of near Avon. The bride-to^be was graduated fyom Bushnell-PraJrie City High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Spoon River Valley High School and Cad Sandburg College, is farming north of Ellis- viHc. No wedding date has been set. Women of The Moose Convene and gypsophila adorning a white satin parasol. Mrs. Larry Good of Andover, W r •, ^ bridesmaid, was in a lilac gown Welcome Dessert styled similar to that of the « H alesome and Awful Guid" nuad of honor. is the way an 0 j d Scot book Flower girls were Jerri Ann describes blueberries, accord- Finw of Kewanee and Angela ing to the United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Association. Wholesome they are, and awfully good, too, in famous American treats such as Blue.... , u „, . _ berry Pie, Blueberry Muffins, When the Women of the Blueberry Pancakes with match- Moose met Tuesday evening at ing Blueberry Syrup, and a big the Moose Lodge, Mrs Robert dishful of fresh blueberries Osborne, senior regent, pre- se j. ved i cy cold with cream, sided. The meeting was the first T . * . 1U , , frtll nvtn for the new officers and com-. ^"ta 1 ^ when you are I . "" lwo CI1I " 1 uu having guests this summer, it mittee chairmen, recently » helps V know that one quart p a f^^ WA nf, P tlro ™ c^rori k„ of blueberries makes about nine Refreshments wre served by y . I£ u , Miss Bessie Church, chairman, th C o mmiitt * for a Church so- lege of regents. ser ^ es 10 J matching yellow small yellow buttons to the waist. She carried a bouquet of blue carnations, yellow roses, and gypsophila, centered with a yellow rose consage trimmed with white streamers. A yellow rippled brim hat With yellow ribbons completed her attire. After, the reception in the church:-basement following the ceremony, the newlyweds left on a short wedding trip. They will reside in Prairie City. Mrs. Johnson will be a senior stalled. s WEEK-EM SPEC.'/U MISTY PINK PEPPERMINT For general cleaning, use a solution of three tablespoon baking soda to one quart water. 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