Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 17, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 17, 1973
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Wilt Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Carl Prim, 752 N. Prairie St., will celebrate their 50th anniversary Sunday with an open house at Emmanuel United Methodist Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend between the hours of 2 .and 4 p. m. Hosts for the event will be the Gleaners Class. The couple Was married July 21, 1923 in Galesburg by Rev. Ralph Wakefield at the parsonage. They are the parents of a daughter, Mrs. Manfred (Beverly) Halle, who with her husband reside in Arlington Heights. The couple has one granddaughter. They will be present for the event Sunday. Mr. Prim worked for the Burlington Northern Railroad before his retirement and his wife was employed at Kellogg Drake & Co. They have requested no gifts. Miss Mills(Continued From Page 8) honors. Guests were asked to register by Miss Tina Walker. After a wedding trip to Canada, the newly weds will reside in Merrill, Wis., until Aug. 15, then Menasha, Wis., where Mr. Mumma will teach in the fall. Mrs. Mumma, a graduate of Rosevitye High School and Illinois State University, taught special education at Oconto Falls, Wis., before her marriage. She plans to substitute teach in Menasha this fall. Her husband is a graduate of Merrill, Wis., High School and the University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire. Holmes Club Hears Program On Literature The summer meeting of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Club was held Monday morning in the Community Room of the Home Savings and Loan Building. A Continental Breakfast was served by the Executive Board. Mrs. Max Swanson, president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. A. F. Stifeoh and Mrs. Emtnert Griffith were welcomed as new members. The report of the auditing [committee was read by Mrs. John Sutor, chairman, and was accented. She also presented the programs for the year 197374 for the approval of the [members. Mrs. Swanson reported on the IFWC State Convention held in Chicago at the Pick-Congress Hotel, which she attended as a delegate of the club. She also gave a report of the 15th District Board meeting and the Knox County Board meeting. It was announced that Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sutor had made a contribution to the memorial fund of the Oliver Wendell Holmes Chlb in mem ory of Mrs. Nelle Hendricks, a former member of the club Mrs. Eiinar Hansen read a short story, "His Eye Is On the Sparrow and Me," which was written by the c I u b mother, Mrs. Wilson Henderson, who is now residing at the Knox County Home. This short story re- jceived a second place award in the 15th District Iiteratuire and Drama contest he'd in April. Mrs. Hansen also read one of her own adMes, "Pro- Ifile of a Favorite Teacher," which was published in her hometown paper in Madison, Wis. ' Members of the Executive Board who served as hostesses were Mrs. Sutor. Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Mrs. Richard Thomas, Mrs. Rose Ann Ericson, Mrs. Ted Wilson, Mrs. M. F. Cline, Mrs. Ernest Wedell, Mrs. Leonard. Mcburg, and Mrs. Swanson. * Galesburg Register-MaiI, Gtilesburg, Tuesday, July 17, 1973 9 URBANA—Regardless of whether you travel by car, train woven or knitted fabrics peek or plane, space for clothing is always limited. So you need to easily and travel well. They are plan carefully and take clothes you can care for with minimum available in miemswear and cfoil- effort, says Marjorie Mead, University of Illinois Extension dnen's clothing as Weil as wom- clothing specialist. en's garments. Honored at Reception Mr. and Mrs. William Hillier who were married July 12, were guests of honor Sunday evening at a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert.Watters in their home, 222 Highland Ave. Miss Cynthia Ann Louderman, sister of the bride greeted friends and relatives at the door with the guest book. Miss Charlene Hillier, Miss Carolyn Schmidt, Miss Kim Kramer and Miss Sylvia Lee,, friends of the bride had honors at the serving table. Miss Sandie Watters was at the organ entertaining the guests with several selections. Mr. and Mrs. Hillier left today on a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells and when they return will be residing at 1047 W. Main , St. Mrs. Hillier is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Louderman, 540 Lombard St., and Mr. Hillier, the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hillier, 1510 Rock Island Ave. l/Ylade lor Z)ravel Fibef content is an important consideration in selecting travel garments. The man-made WRC The James T. Shields Woman's Relief Corps 121 Auxiliary to the Grand Army of' the Republic will hold an aM-day sewing Thursday beginning at 10 1—. ., - . at the home of Mrs Lillian should mea . n lowe ' prices for consumers in coming montihs. fibers are naturally wrinkle resistant while cotton, rayon and linen can be made to resist wrinkles through the application of durable press finishes. Both synthetics and finished natural fiber fabrics can be laundered easily and require little, if any, pressing. They resist insect damage or mildew if clothes have to be packed while damp. However, one common problem is their affinity for oily stains. Accidents will happen, so pack a small bottle of liquid detergent or shampoo to use in removing greasy stains before washing the garment. If laundry facilities aren't available, at least spot clean the stained area as soon as possible after it occurs. Whether buying new garments or taking your old, look •at the labels giving fiber coir tent. The following fabrics are especially good travelers: Triacetate (Amel), often used in knitted fabrics. Triacetate has good pleat retention, can withstand higher laundry temperatures than acetate, and is highly resistant to stretching and wrinkling. Acrylics (Orion, Acrilan, Crcs- lan), very soft, warm, lightweight and easy-care. A good choice for sweaters and stoles if a light wrap is needad. Nylon, the most durable of all the synthetic fiber families. Nylon is extremely versatile and plays an important part in lingerie, outerwear and rainwear. Qiana, one of the newest nylon fibers, looks like silk but has all the easy-care qualities of nylon. This makes it an excellent choice for a long skirt or dress that must be folded to fit a suitcase. Polyesters (Dacron, Kodel, Trevira, Fortrd). Whether used alone or in blends, the polyesters impart easy care to fabrics. They are strong and durable — second only to nylon. Garments made from polyester HelpS- ^ontinucd From Page 8) Knit garments were made for travel. Because of the flexibility of knit construction, they present no packing problems. Knits can cope with any climate, depending upon the fiber used. Cotton knits, woolen knits and synthetic knits are available in a variety of garments. Easy-care fibers knitted into fabric make a perfect combination for garments that travel like a dream. Miss Day(Continued From Page 8) Lower Prices The 1972 pack of sardines totaled about 37-million pounds,'a travel wardrobe in slcepwear, an increase of 15-miHhft pounds over the previous year. The big UNIT 1 Galesburg Unit 1 of the Knox County Home Extension Assn. will meet Thursday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Henry V. Inness of near Galesburg. The lesson will be on "Party Foods." a.m Taylor, 179 N. Ivan Ave. Dinner will be served for a small charge. Members are asked to sew for the bazaar or bring an item to donate. Games will be played. because he refused for most of his life to use any kind of cane...and his eyes retained much of their color. "During one of the times we lived in Washington, D. C, the Mona 'Lisa was brought over from Paris to the National Gallery. "My father and mother came to visit us and my father insisted on seeing the Mona Lisa. "I phoned the director...who Was the least surprised at my request, said it was not the first of its kind... "Dad studied the Mona Lisa for a long time, looked at it, he siad, just feeling the vibrations then accompanied us on a tour of the rest of the place, pronouncing it one of his great experiences." train formed by the skirt, with its hemline lace edging. The lantern styled sleeves had fitted cuffs of lace and lace also trimmed the full ruffled standup collar. Cathedral length Mantilla double layered illusion veiling, bordered in lace, was caught to an open-crown pillbox. Miss Day carried a cascade arrangement of white Fuji mums and apricot carnations with ivy accent. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, who were both graduated from Abingdon High School, reside near St. Augustine. Mr. Thomas is employed at Spoon River FS, Henmon. Stick short pieces of macaroni into icing of a special occasion cake. They serve as little vases for tiny flowers or other mini decorations. READ THE WANT ADS! To keep salt and pepper from spilling out of the shakers while being transported in a picnic basket, stick a piece of cellophane tape over the holes. Let'i Go To Illinois Stat* Fair— 1. Sunday, Aug. 12th Veterans Day. 2. Wed.. AUgr. 15th R.G.A. Rodeo featuring Bobby Goldsboro. 3. Sat., Aug. 18th — Jim Nabors and Nashville Brass. Horse show every afternoon, Entertainment in early cveninfi.. Reservation clue date Aug. 9th. Phone 342-4856 or 342-0717 — Bus leaves at 12 noon. Air conditioned bus. Womens Footwear Sidewalk Days - Styles. All Makes Included OPEN 9:00 A.M. ers Shoes 230 E. MAIN ST. SIDEWALK DAYS SPECIALS SHORTS (ONE GROUP) TOPS (ONE GROUP) HATS 1- $ 2 DRESSES 40% SWIM SUITS 50-60% o„ PANTS 40% o„ JACKETS 50 %o» Junior Sportswear ™ w 30-40% <>„ FALL SPORTSWEAR ^,50% «. 6 238 E. Main St., Galesburg

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