Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 14, 1973 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Saturday, July 14, 1973
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out People and Pic Galesburg Reaistef*Mdil> Galesbura, 111; Saturday, July 14, 1973 3 aceA College News... Trudy Ring, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ring, 140 Blaine Ave., has been named to the Dean's List for her freshman year at Northern Illinois University, De Kalb. Julie Crisman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Crisman, 414 Lawrence Ave., is a member of the cast of "South Pacific," the first production of Summer Music Theatre at Western Illinois University, Macomb. The musical show will be presented this evening at 8 p.m., and next Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 8 p.m. in Browne Hall Theatre. Robert Oonover, son of Mrs. R. J. Conover, 860 N. Academy St., has been named to the Dean's List of the CoMege of Arts and Science at Loyola University in New Orleans, La., for the spring semester. Leroy Johns Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Johns, 1430 Mulberry St., has been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester at Graceland College, Lamoni, Iowa. Johns will be a sophomore in the fall. Jeffrey R. Sandborg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sandborg, 679 Willard St., has been selected by the music faculty at Knox College, to receive the Clarence Hubert Johnson Award given annually to a male voice student. Michelle, 2, left, and Melinda, 1, Patty found having their picture taken for the newspaper, quite a new experience, but then the past few weeks have been a new experience, too, as they are here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patty, from Agana, Guam. The children and their parents will be visiting their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Patty, 1236 E. South St.',' for the next two weeks. Their father is a member of the faculty at the U.S. school in Agana. Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout Woman's World Today... Winners On the Fairways BUNKER LINKS A tin whistle tournament was played at Bunker Links Thursday when the women played golf. Hostesses were Mrs. Morris Patty and Mrs. Les Woods. Winners were Mrs. Albert Nelson, Mrs. Ray Conkright, Mrs. Ray Walters, Mrs. Rachel Fleharty and Mrs. William Clark. Mrs. Walters had a chip in on No. 5. SOANGETAHA COUNTRY CLUB Winners in the Thursday play for the day at Soangetaha Country Club were for 18 holes, Championship Flight, Mrs. Al Partin; Flight A, Mrs. Larry Kennedy; Flight B, Mrs. Dean Grimes; Flight C, Mrs. John Houston. For nine holes, Flight A, Mrs. Gary Gunther; Flight B, Mrs. Malcolm Voelz; Flight C, Mrs. Ray Anderson. Handicap tournament completed winners are 18 holes, Championship, Mrs. K. R. Bixby; Flight A, Mrs. Harold Cunningham, first, Mrs. Bill Artz, second; Flight B, Mrs. Larry Chadwick, first, Mrs. Bob Abrahamson, second; Flight'C, Mrs. Jim Sherwood, first, Mrs. Ralph Vinson, second. Nine hole handicap winners are Flight A, Mrs. Gary Gunther, first, Mrs. Brian Fullmer, second; Flight B, Mrs. Russ Bcrstow, first, Mrs. Malcolm Voelz, second; Flight C, Mrs. Jim Price, first, Mrs. James Butler, second. Golf play for July 19 will be an individual guest day. Those playing are being asked to make their own tee times. BRACKEN Members of Lake Bracken Country Club were hostesses for a guest day on Thursday when they entertained members from Bunker Links, Monmouth, Lake Calhoun and Canton clubs. Medalists were Mrs. Margurite Day, Mrs. Pauline Sprower, Canton, and Mrs. Harold Shipman, Bracken. Low gross winners on the fiont nine were Mrs. Monita Morgan, ~ Canton; Mrs. Bev Woods, Monmouth; Mrs. Sharon Collins, Lake Calhoun; Mrs. James Sellett, Mrs. Judy Strandberg, Bunker Links; Mrs. Ray Dunn and Mrs. Carl Siepker, Lake Bracken. Low gross, back nine: Mrs. Lois Crawford, Monmouth; Mrs. Alma Parker, Canton; Mrs. Louann Peterson, Bunker Links; Mrs. Larry Simth, Lake Bracken, and Mrs. Judy Anderson, Lake Calhoun. Low net, front nine, Mrs. Peggy Jones, Lake Calhoun, Mrs. Minnie Cebrehan, Canton, Mrs. Carol Mahoney, Monmouth, Mrs. Hazel Isaacson, Bunker Links; Mrs. Carl Siepker, Lake Bracken Low net, back nine, Mrs. Lorraine Tarr, Monmouth; Mrs. Virginia Reid, Canton; Mrs. Joyce Lindell, Lake Calhoun, Mrs. Marty Brown, Lake Bracken. Low putts, front nine, Mrs. Dottie Kennedy, Canton; Mrs. Javon Eisenbarth, Lake Calhoun; Mrs. Jean Bowman, Mrs. Pal Hines, Monmouth; Mrs. Cathy Patty, Mrs. Jo Long, Mrs. Nina Schultz, Bunker L'nks; Mrs. Robert Strahler, Mrs. Al Urena, Lake Bracken. Low putts, back nine, Mrs. Vera Landon, Bunker Links; Mrs. Chris Thraw, Monmouth; Mrs. Lucille Lamm, Canton; Mrs. Joyce Baskovis, Lake Cal- nnounce (L Mr. and Mrs. James P. Benbow Jr., 7 Fairway Road, announce the engagement of their daughter, Deborah, to William J. Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Henderson of Oneida. The bride-elect, a graduate of Costa High School, is employed at the Bank of Galesburg. Her fiance, a graduate of ROVA High School, is employed at Gale Products. The wedding will take place Sept. 22. Sandborg, who studies with Creston Klingman, will enter his junior year at Knox majoring in music. John Hardine, son of Mr, and Mrs. Russell Hardine, 1744 Maple Ave., is employed as an accountant with Coopers and Lybrand Accounting Firm in Los Angeles, Calif. Hardine recently received a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of Illinois. Anita Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Harriett Nelson, T68 Ruby St., has been named to the honor roll for the spring semester at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan. Anita, a student in occupational therapy, worked with a committee studying the architectural barriers of the KU campus. Her work with two other students in formulating a braille map of the campus was recently acknowledged in the national Occupational Therapy Newsletter. Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, has announced that 1,102 students received academic honors for the spring quarter. Among them are Stephen Van Benson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Benson, 3292 Windsor Ct.; Janet S. Cable, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Calble, 1368 N. Cedar St.; Thomas L. Marvelli, son of Dr. and Mrs. M. A. Marvelli, 150 Circle Dr., all of whom achieved high honors; Roger E. Callahan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Edward CalLla- han, 1047 E. Fremont St., and Jeffrey C. Fiifiald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fifield Jr., 70 Circle Dr. Area Students Neil Curry, Alpha, and Da^ vid Bradley, Avon, are among 24 Western Illinois University students participating in an agricultural field study course this summer. They have visited ranches, farms, rodeos and other areas of interest in Missouri, Kansas, Just Looking, By ISABELLE E. BUNCHER Items today fall under the category of "What's New." Some you may find in Galesburg, and others are just for looking. The first is coordinated belts and buttons, offering many, many to select for just thei Miss Deborah P. Benbow (Continued on Page 7) To STEIN'S For THC TIUl Of YOUR lift RICOH WATCHES For Men & Wom.n — All Self Wind* ing Calendar. Htavy Gold Cam. Instant Set Calendars. Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWEHY PERT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg 5 i Mr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson, 543 W. North St., announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Elaine, to Rick Jesse Ramirez, son of Mrs. Helen Arguellor, 343 E. Second St., and the late Fred Ramirez of Fort Madison, Iowa. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is a student at Carl Sandburg College. Her fiance, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, a student at Knox College, is attending Colorado College summer school, Colorado Spring, Colo. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Jamie Johnson .. • C^a/endar of- l/f]eeti GOOD NEIGHBORS CLUB Members of the Good Neighbors Club will meet at the Knox County Nursing Home Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. They will host a party for former members and friends of the club who re side at the home. Members needing rides to the nursing home are asked to meet at the Coldibrook Church at 1 p.m. Section two is in charge of arrangements. Anniver sary CARDS GIFTS PARTY GOODS i i I WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon will meet for a family chuck wagon potluck picnic Sunday at Lake Storey Shelter. The games begin at 2 p.m. and the potluck will be served at 5:30 p.m. For further information mem bers may call Mrs. Rodani Coipher, 1072 Willard St The Welcome Wagon board meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Terry Stevens, 1047 Woodbine Circle, on Monday at 7:30 p.m. ARMED FORCES SERVICE CLUB The Armed Forces Service Club will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m at the Eagles clubroom. CLARK DRUG 1440 N. Henderson 342-4169 COSTA COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION The Costa Community Association Executive Board will meet Monday at 7 p.m. at the Costa Convent. ingj... PARENTS WITHOUT PARTNERS Parents Without Partners will meet Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church for a potluck supper. Members are asked to bring one hot and one cold dish, and their own table service. Beverages will be furnished. A picnic will be held Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Horseshoe Ring at Lincoln Park. There will be a coffee and conversation at the home of Mrs. Annette Hanna, 396 N. Prairie St., Sunday at 7 p.m. Michael Stempniak, psychology intern at Galesburg State Research Hospital wiill lead a discussion on "Sex and the Single Male Parent." All single parents are welcome. For more information, members may call Mrs. Loy Bacon, 767 Phillips St. (Continued on Page 7) right touch for the dress you've finished. These buttons and belts give your creation a made- toorder look. Incidentally the belts are adjustable from size 340. In the Ecology Collection, there arc several designs which utilize woodland-cork combinations. The belts are made of simulated glove leather and are available in several shades -toes'ge, deep tan, red etc. Mar- bile is another mineral in the Ecology Collection, and is shown with matching buckle and buttons. The belts arc simulated goatskin. In one series of the Indian Collection, silvered Aztec Buckles are showcased. These are given a jeweled effect by having miulti-colored ceramic inlays. The buttons are made of the same ceramic material as the inlays. The bolts are braidr od and available in several colors. No Indian Collection would be authentic without a Thunderbird, and this is no exception. Each belt in this series has twin Thunderbird buckles finished in antique gold or antique silver. The belts arc offered in beige, brown, and black and made of stretch hemp. Complementing the twin buckles is a Thunderbird pendant. Another highlight of the line is the 4-in-l series which utilizes three 'skinny' belts in matching hues. The wearer has the option of using the belts singly Or in combinations of two and three. The buttons come in several materials and shades and blend with the belts. The foregoing collection is available in one of the down town stares. By the yard apparel trims es- Junior Woman's Club Will Sponsor Walk for Mankind Preliminary plans for a Walk for Mankind were outlined at the summer meeting of the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club Tuesday morning in the Community Room of the Home Savings Building. Mrs. Jack Carlton, president, introduced Mrs. Ncal Anderson who will act as the walk director. Mrs. Anderson said that plans call for the walk to be Oct. 6. The Walk for Mankind will be implemented by the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club to raise funds for Project Concern. Project Concern provides medical, dental, nutritional and education assistance programs for the underprivileged in the United States and abroad. Mrs. Anderson said that since the first Walk for Mankind was organized in 1969 by Dr. James Turpin, Project Concern founder, over $3,000,000 has been raised through walks throughout the United States. While the Galesburg Junior Woman's Club will be organizing and working on the walk, Mrs. Anderson emphasized that in order for it to be successful the club will need the support of the entire community. An office will be opened later to answer questions. Mark Kennedy and Mark W i e c h e r t, Galesburg High School students, were representatives for the Galesburg Juniors at a youth workshop on Project Concern held last month in Decatur. They will bo assisting the Juniors in working with the community youth during walk organization. Chairmen for the walk will be Mrs. Hal Devore, secretary; Mrs. James Nixon, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Masterson, public relations; Mrs. Kenneth Sitzman, registration and manpower; Mrs. John Gianos, traffic and communications; Mrs. Rodney Goff, entertainment and awards; Mrs. Ron Searl, re- pecially designed for use on children's garments include those with teddy bears, trains, baby birds, pull toys, ABCs and lots of figures of little children . . . tumbling, jumping and do* ing all sorts of joy things. The trims are shrinkage controlled, retain appearance after repeated washing and are colorfast. Still on the fashion train... If fashion terminology leaves you at sea, you'll want to reach for the new, enlarged edition of Mary Brooks Pickens' Fashion Dictionary. From Funk and Wagnalls it features 1,000 illustrations. Mini, midi, maxi, micn*minl, hiphug- gcrs, hot pants and harem pants are just a few of the terms that have been added to the latest edition of The Fashion Dictionary. Apple-core pendants are the hottest thing in accessories for teen-agers. Believe it or not, this is from one of the fashion seers on a magazine staff. Didja know department ... The male shopper, though in the minority, more often than not is the primary shopper for his household, according to a recent survey. On the average, he is a 43.7-year-old high school graduate with a family income of $11,285 per year, and he spends an albove-aiverage $10.46 on cadi of 2.3 shopping trips a week for his family of 3.2 persons. Fresh meat is the item he purchases most often, regardless of his age or income group. Frozen foods, dairy products, fresh produce and other items lihat need frequent replacement also account for a high percentage of his purchases. Just looking, thanks. freshments; Mrs. David Peck and Mrs. Charles Borden, schools and church. During other business, Mrs. Masterson, first vice president, presented awards received at the state convention for Illinois Federation of Women's Clubs to Mrs. Norbert Schactner, past president. Awards received by Galesburg Juniors included certificates of recognition for 100 per cent subscription to Illinois Clubwoman, NARC, 100 per cent Junior Club, an anniversary scroJl for 35 years as a club land second place in the music division of tha arts department. Committee chairmen announced plans for the coming club year. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-SH4 Allot Six, Lord Welt, P»lm Btach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 W«it M «in St., Gtletbutcr Gadets Attend Workshop Galesburg High School Gadets attended the recent drill team, Pom Pom Clinic, held on the campus of Vincennes University, Vincennes, Ind., June 17-22. Six GHS members were present for the week's activity under the direction of the National Drill Team Association Staff. Attending were Sue Coleman, Kim Kelley, Shelley Billups, Debbie Roberson, Carrie Cowan and Carrie Luttrell. The group took fourth place and third place on Monday and Tuesday, respectively, in competition. More than 54 schools were represented by the 500 girls participating in this workshop. JOH CLUB Members of the JOH Club will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Esther Howland, 43 Division St. ADDITIONAL SOCIAL NEWS ON PAGE 7 O.T.'s BEAUTY SALON BALCONY 343.2112 The Curly Caplet... The hair is long ...The "IN" look is shore COLOR RETOUCH / REG. 8.50 Mon. Tues. Wed. 7.50 Helens Cutis pHase 7 PERM 15.00 Use Your Charge Account • No Appo'mtmfnt N««W> ^

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