Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 17, 1973
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8 6alesbufg Rea ister-Md i .l, Golesburg, Tuesday, July 17, 1973 BJL After a wedding trip to Canada, Mr. and Mrs. John William Wallace, who were married Saturday, will reside at 127 Lake Ave., Apt. 6, Storm Lake, Iowa. Miss Susan Annette Gorden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Gorden, Blue Mound, exchanged wedding promises with Mr. Wallace, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wallace, Cameron, at the First Christian Church, Blue Mound. Rev. Robert C. Clark read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 4 p.m. Miss Gorden selected a candlelight organza gown fashioned with a modified A-line skirt, high neckline and long Bishop sleeves enhanced with Venise lace appliques and Venise lace woven with satin ribbon which also trimmed a chapel length train. Her chapel length illusion veiling was caught to a pearl orange blossom tiara worn by the bride's mother for her wedding. She carried a colonial bouquet of white roses, stephanotis, gypsophila and pink carnations with trailing ivy. Miss Lana Rae Bafford, Salt Lake City, Utah, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kaihy Burger, Champaign; Miss Roberta Gorden, Mawe- aqua, and Miss Mary Ann Wallace, the bridegroom's sister, Cameron. John Henshaw, Goshen, Ind., was best man. Ushers were John Schutte, Bloomington; David Armstrong, Cameron, and Paul Gorden, the bride's brother, Blue Mound. Kent Gor- Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace (Miss Susan Gorden) don, Blue Mound, seated the guests, who also attended a reception in the church fellowship hall following the ceremony. Mrs. Wallace, a graduate of Blue Mound High School, was graduated from the University of .Illinois .with a bachelor of science degree in home economics and masters degree in special education. She's a member of Phi Upsilon Omicron and Omicron Nu, professional home economics honoraries, and 4-H Cooperative social sorority. Her husband, a graduate of Warren High School, Monmouth, and the University of Illinois with a bachelors degree in agriculture economics, received a masters of international management degree from Thunder- b.'rd Graduate School of International Management in Glendale, Ariz. He is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon, professional international fraternity and is employed by Ferry-Morse Seed Co., Storm Lake, Iowa. oupleA Miss Denise Mills... Miss Denise Suzanne Mills, daughter of Mrs. Harlan 13. Jacobson, Roseville, and Donald W. Mills, Monmouth, exchanged wedding promises Saturday with Stephen Jon Mumma, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederic Mumma, 1304 E. Seventh Ave., Merrill, Wis., at the bride's home near Roseville. Rev. Robert Bryan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 10 a.m., who wrote their own wedding vows for the lawn ceremony. Miss Mills was. in an ivory French satin gown With an-overlay of handmade ivory Irish lace designed by her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Frank Adkisson of Roseville. The empire dress was fashioned with a scoop neckline and cap sleeves. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of stephanotis and lemon leaves. Attendants Miss Laura Johnson, Villa Park, Miss Sonja Jones, Chicago, and Miss Marianne Mills, the bride's sister, Roseville, were bridal attendants. Michael Mumma, Des Moines, Iowa, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Andrew Schu.\tz, Green Lake, Wis., and Douglas Mills, the bride's brother, Roseville. Mr. Mills and Harlan E. Jacobsen were hosts for the wedding. After the ceremony a reception was held for the couple at the Roseville Christian Church in the afternoon. Mrs. Robert De'iahunt and Mrs. John Ewen were hostesses and Mrs. Roy Blindt was given serving (Continued on Page 9) Miss Ruth McKnight ... After a wedding trip to New York, Miami and a Caribbean cruise, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Latko, who were married Saturday at the Alexis United Presbyterian Church, will reside in Morton. Rev. Richard J. Harken read the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the bride, the former | Miss Ruth Elizabeth McKnight, daughter of Mrs. William H. McKnight, Alexis, and the late Mr. McKnight, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Latko, Chicago. Given in marriage by her brother, David S. McKnight, Des Moines, Iowa, the bride carried a bouquet of yellow roses, stephanotis and straw flowers as a complement to her lemon ice dotted voile gown fashioned with a raised bodice and puff sleeves. Venice flower- ettes accented the neckline, sleeves and bodice, and Cluny lace edged the hemline. A matching Mantilla veil completed her attire. Attendants Mrs. Robert Flanigan, Chicago, was matron of honor. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Paul Jensen, Eureka; Mrs. David McKnight, Des Moines, and Mrs. Jeff Tyrrell, Alpha. Miss Mary Ann Latko, Chicago, was bridesmaid. Ralph Giacinti, Morton, was best man. Groomsmen were Louis Nardini, Morton; Daniel Durkovic, Oak Park; Thomas Bronson, Peoria, and Richard Stalter, Bartonville. Guests, who later attended a reception at the church following the ceremony, were seated by Roger McKnight, Alexis, and Frank Milazzo, Chicago. In the evening, a reception was held at the Hilton Inn in Peoria. Mrs. Latko is a graduate of Eureka College where she was a member of Delta Pi sorority. The.past five years she has taught in elementary and junior high schools at Washburn. Her husband attended Illinois Central College and Bradley University. He is an architect and is vice president of Design and Construction of Morton Archi- fectural Achievements. WROUGHT IRON SMOKER SETS 50% SIDEWALK VALKi ALL SALE ITEMS FROM REGULAR STOCK! MISC. Pictures Stationery Vx off LOVELY GLASSWARE SEVERAL COLORS Including Salt and Peppers off 50% RIBBON, BOW & PAPER COMBINATION Mr. and Mrs. Ronald E. Latko (Miss Ruth McKnight) Class Has 20th Reunion Jerry Friend, master of cere* monies, provided the humor Saturday evening when the Galesburg High School Class of 1953 met for its 20th class reunion at the Holiday Inn. Mr. Friend also designed the program cover for the event, which was attended by 92 classmates and their spouses. Summer flower bouquets, gold and silver tapers and ceramic nut cups made by Mrs. Jack (Bev Cooley) Hix and her committee decorated each table. Co-chairmen of the informal dinner-dance were Mrs. Dale (Lucille Malcomb) Morling and Mrs. Gene (Kathy Huff) Alstedt. A . highlight of the evening was reading letters from ^lass- mates who were unable to attend. Mrs. Thomas Storey, whose husband was a prisoner of war in Vietnam, is a member of the class, and although she was unable to attend the re' union, her letter was read. Ed Appel arranged the bulletin board where the letters and pictures were displayed. He was also named tag Chairman. . After dinner The Misty's Band provided dancing music. Jack Wyatt was program chairman. Prizes were awarded Charles Myers, Mrs. Marilyn Tobias Stout, Mrs. Joe (Delores Daly) Hennefent, Mrs. Barbara Baughman Pina, Mrs. James (Mary Kennedy) Smith, George Evans, Mrs. Terry (Phyllis Manworren) Snider; Jim Enloe, Jerry Treece, Craig Abert for having been most prompt with his reply; and George Cebert for having come the farthest distance, Spokane, Wash. Dale Harvey was winner of the "bald man's contest." Plans for the 25th reunion was discussed. Dick Watson and Dick Webbel were selected as chairmen. Mrs. Ted (Marilyn Norquist) Mellican was treasurer of the reunion, assisted by Mrs. Ben (Betty Swanson) Peterson and Mrs. Jerry (Nell Adams) Knowles with registration. Couple Select Wedding Date Miss Barbara Brock and Larry Eades, whose engagement was announced in January, have seleoted Saturday, • July 21, as their wedding date. The wedding will, be at 8 p.m. at' the Christian Church, Abingdon. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Miss Brock is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Brock of Abingdon and her fiance, the son of Mrs. Gearline Eades of Abingdon and Afton Eades of Swifton, Arkr. Miss Pamela Wingate eA • •. Mr. and Mrs. David K, Win gate, Avon, announce the en gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Pamela, to Guy W. Owings, son of Mrs. Virgil E. Owings, Morehouse, Mo., and the late Mr. Owings. The bride-elect, a graduate of Avon High School, was graduated from Cottey College; Nevada, Mo., and Kansas State College, of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Kan. Her fiance, a graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., is a Certified Public Accountant and professor of accounting at Kansas State College. Wedding vows will be ex changed Saturday, Aug. 4, at 1 p.m. at the Avon Federated Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception which will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at Driftwood Supper Club. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maness of Alexis announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Alicia Renee Shaw, to Roger Lee 0\son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Olson, Alexis. The bride-elect is a graduate of Alexis High School. Her fiance attended Alexis High School and is employed by International Harvester Co. of Moline. Wedding vows will be exchanged Aug. 19 at 7:30 p.m. at the Alexis Presbyterian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Miss Alicia Shaw Slimming Tricks for Parties Picnics, beach parties, and backyard barbecues are great fun. But, for the weight conscious teen-age girl, keeping up with summer activities without gaining an ounce can be a problem. What do you do? There are several alternatves: (1) You put up with a lot of unwanted WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon will have a coffee Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. at the Lions Shelter, Lake Storey. In case of rain the coffee will be at the First United Presbyterian Church. Miss Debra Day . Reg. 79c 40' RED and GREEN CHRISTMAS BOWS 1 OFF MUGS CHOPPER HOPPERS Vi off Gift Books AND Party Games Vz off INSIDE STORE COMMEMORATIVE PLATES in various earlier years Bing & Grondahl Jubilee, Fonlon, Swedish and Royal Copenhagen. Greatly reduced. (Speculate with these plates) SILVER CANDLES Three Early American Lamps greatly reduced Four Bone China Cups and Saucers reduced — CHRISTMAS IN JULY — New Imported and Brownie CHRISTMAS CARDS ON DISPLAY NOW • LARGEST SELECTION OF GIFTS • Skrivan Quality Qift Shop Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Debra Day, daughter of Mrs. Betty L. Day, 124 S. Main St., Abingdon, and I Randy Lee Thomas, son of Mr. 'and Mrs. Marion Thomas of near St. Augustine, on Saturday. J The double ring ceremony was read at 7 p.m. at Faith United | Methodist Church, Gales;burg, by the Rev. Kenneth W. jGoodell. Best man was Rick Thomas of near Maquon. Guests were seated by Ralph Day of Abingdon, cousin of the bride, and Carl Baker of near Maqucn. Serving as groomsmen were Rod Thomas of St. Augustine, Danny Ferris of Abingdon, Tom Wherley of near Abingdon, and as junior groomsman, Todd Thomas, of near St. Augustine. Attendants Preceding the bride, given in ••marriage by her brother, Thomas Day, were Mrs. Thomas Day of Galesburg, matron of honor, Miss Vickie Shaw of Abingdon, maid of honor, Miss Teri Hanson, Mrs. Terry Cowan, both of near Galesburg, bridesmaids, and Miss Penny House of near 325 East Main Street Phone 343-3316 MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5S14 After Six, Lord West. Palm Beach Register lor Fioc Iioueyinoun to Las Vegas 10 West Main St.. Galesburg Mr. and Mrs. Randy Thomas (Miss Debra Day) i St. Augustine, 'maid. ; Flower girl was Melani ,oi Galesburg, and ringbearer, junior brides- fashioned pinafore styled white gown in organza and Cluny lace with the pinafore effect in lace , , p. .. , , .edged in organza ruffling. Lace Miss Day selected an old-! (Continued on Page 9) pounds; (2) You are very strict with yourself at mealtime for two days after every party to make up for the calorie-full intake; (3) You use your knowledge of nutrition and seek out the foods on the party menu that won't ruin your calorie intake for the day. If your choice is the latter, here are some pound-saving hints: Concentrate on the "nibble" foods. Fresh vegetables, crisp fruits, sausage chunks and cheese cubes without the dips or crackers will cut down on your calorie intake and ward off the pleas from good natured people to "have something more." Open face sandwiches with thin slices of ham, salami, bologna, or Braunschweiger teamed up with a slice of cheese, lettuce and pickles are calorie savers, too, if you select thin slices of bread. Mustard and a touch of horseradish are slimming flavor accents that can substitute for richer spreads. Kebabs made of sausage or ham chunks and teamed with fresh fruit and vegetables are delicious when grilled and can be eaten inconspicuously without bread. Grilled hot dogs, smoky links, and bratwurst eaten with only half a bun or roll will save you calories. A slice of watermelon, angel food cake, or a fresh fruit compote rather than a piece of rich cake or a sundae will satisfy your appetite and put a light ending on the get-together. In short, almost a fourth of the teen's daily calorie intake comes from snacks. You are wise to cut down on desserts and eat smaller portions of foods in the daily menu when a party is scheduled. Summer get-togethers are a lot of fun when you choose slimming snacks from the foods that ways em By GAY PAULEY. UPI Women's Editor NEW YORK (tfl»I) - The other day I wrote of the chance encounter with the blind woman who wanted to go to the United Nations gardens to see the flowers. The column drew a lot of response, and from among others, a retrospective letter from Wellington (Bill) Long. UPI's manager for Germany. Bill has given me permission to share his reflections with you. "My own father Was blind from the age of about 20," he wrote, "and of course I never knew him except when he was sightless. "But he reported the same thing your chance acquaintance did in New York, that most persons are helpful. Cheated Only Once "We were farmers and for many years miy father sold some of our produce as Well as that of others at a large market stand we maintained on highway 508, Where our land touches it between Newton and Hutchinson, Kan. "My father insistted he Was cheated in change making only once in all the years he was there. He had his little-game. He would weigh up something, then joke about whether it was 21 or 25 pounds and in the process draw the customer into reading the scales for him. "He could, of course, tell the different coins, by their feel. He dealt with the bills by keeping them in different pants and shirts pockets, thus ones in the right front pants pocket, tens in the upper left shirt or jacket pockets... "He said thfat once a man and his wife and a nurse with whom they- were friendly stopped to buy some things. Two days later the man and his wife returned. Wouldn't Use Cane "The man said that after they Wad left the first time and had gotten on down the road about 20 miles, the nurse spoke. She said, 'I sure turned a trick on that old man. I gave him a five dollar bill and he gave me change for a 10.' The man told imy father, 'That was a dirty cheap trick. She is no longer our friend. And I bring you back the money she tricked out of you.' "That was the only time Dad could remember someone trying to take advantage of his blindness. "Many persons did not are offered, keeping yourself realize was bUnd trim and happy without telling J the world — or other guests. 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