Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 18, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 18, 1973
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UTGaligburg Rtflistar-Mail, (Saltjburo, III, Wednesday, July 18,1973 it/a [essiah Lutheran Church, Galva, was the setting Saturday for the Wedding of Miss Carol Ann Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shoemaker, 117 S .W. Fourth St., Galva, and Mjfton Ritchie Townsend, son ot .., Mrs.'Forrest Thompson, Galva, atfraohn t. townsend, Milan. the double ring ceremony was reacfat 2 p.m. by Rev. Harold c Ca^spn. Preceding the bride were Miss Brenda Frey, maid : ot honor, and Mrs. Jerry Hep- tvifZ bridesmatron, both of Galva. Venice lace trimmed the hem . and bodice of the bride's organ" zai A-line gown fashioned with a ;„Raised waistline and long sleeves. Her cathedral length Mantilla of illusion was edged with matching Venice lace. Miss - SHBgmaker carried an arrange* " menl of blue daisies and gyp- sophila centered with white roses. Daniel Dennison, Altona, was best man, and James Goodbar, Galva, groomsman. Guests were seated by Ronald H#£rty, Galva, Thomas Laub, Altona, and Eugene Bruegman, Bishop Hill. Reception Following the ceremony, guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the church parlors. Mrs. Brenda \ Ahlberg, Galva, was at the guesF book. Serving honors were sbar&d by Mrs. Connie Sutton, Miss^Ruth Matzen, Mrs. Sandra I Johnson, all of Galva; Miss Mario Sutton, Miss Maria Sut' ton,, both of Moline, and Mrs. v Bresta Leppo, East Moline. ; Mil and Mrs. Townsend will ; reside at 820 E. Division St., • GaTva, after a wedding trip to ^ WR!5J>nsin. •Wire. Townsend, a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Townsend (Miss Carol Shoemaker) Galva High School and Black Hawk College, Moline, is employed in the X-Ray Department at Lutheran Hospital, Moline. Her husband attended Galva High School and Black Hawk College, Kewanee. He is with Pearson Brothers Inc., Galva. LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge „ „ V1V „„, — dub me t Monday evening at day afternoon at the Fine Arts Steve, Scott, John and Joyce r iiiMmii«i ...J ... xr .-J ^ Seabaugh; Barbara Behlke, Zoe 16 clUDnouse Urena, Victor and Ralph Corpuz, Carol McGaughy, Rick Ann 0a rin« „» .h- « „J 0eth ' ^vid Hoffinan; Vicki Mrs> C url Hund. Hienie John- Appearing on the program [Anderson, Beth and Mike Nelson. Also Patti, Jodi and fobi Kissler, Tim and Cathy Hoist, Step- Students Give Two Recitals Two recitals were given Sun- (W ere Malinda, Lara Hamman, ly afternoon at the Fine Arts Ul " " * L " ~ J Academy, 444 N. Academy St Selections included piano, organ voice, violin and harp numbers on The FAshioN COAT CENTEH PRE-SEASON SALE LEATHER COATS I <«Ma<B •-Wo*** I D/ ,1 III. ,1 I l/llllll K A/.i 95 00 ler and Michele Hart. READ THE WANT ADS! Couple Reside in Peoria Mr. and Mrs. William Bultemeier, who were married July 6, are residing at 5741 N. Galena Rd., Peoria. The couple exchanged vows at the Bethany Baptist Church, Peoria, as the bride's father read the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Bultemeier, the former Darlene Gage, is the daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Alvin Gage, 1211 N. Garfield, Peoria, and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bultemeier of near Avon. Mr. Bultemeier is employed by Caterpillar in East Peoria. Card Parties Women's high score was won by Mrs. Ray James, second, Mrs. Curl Hund. Hier son won men's high score and Russell Schmith, second «*, ..... w»» v ^ Host couple was Mr. and Mrs. hanie Brouillette, Lisa and John Jam « s Wallace. Next week's Eck, Rachel Matson, Meg and hosts will be Mr. and Mrs Beth Leiner, Ruth Aydt, Mary Harry Aldus Gray, Ann Hinchliff, Julia and Kathryn Douglass, Charles Tho- |j ge a g a «r mas, Eva and Mike Podeszwa, Mature ® n fruit inc i udmc Andy Larson, Mary. Jean and ™££ besft T ?s Teresa Danforth, John, Jackie t ? mat . oe ?' npens • ? * , and Debbie Bryce, Janette Kiss-P laced m a paper bag m a Sheltered Workshops NEW YORK (UPI) - A sheltered workshop helps disabled persons. The workshops were developed to meet the need for special facilities in which disabled men and women can be prepared for work in regular industries. aclies trAwn't GarA end Gardening Without Stress and Strain," by Sack Kramer; pub., Chnrles Softener's Sons. If you've dreamed of someday having a beautiful garden, but dread all the work to keep it looking that way, this book, subtitled, "Shortcuts for Less Active Gardeners," should prove helpful. The book, profusely illustrated, describes in detail all the steps necessary in planning a ' garden from scratch. Much of the work is done in the armchair, because the author is a firm believer in planning, and Buttons, Buttons And More Buttons "The Colorful World of Buttons' Te Pyne Press. by Viviane Beck Ertell; pub., This book is unique in intent, content and treatment of the subject matter, buttons. The author introduces the readers to one of the world's great private collections of buttons. Here is represented the finest work of the button maker, produced from any material' any you can imagine, Including precious gems. Pictured on the 43 large-format plates are some 1,500 buttons. The examples include buttons from the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries, with a few examples from recent years. The author and her late husband collected them from France, England, the Far East and the United I States. "The Colorful World of Buttons," to expert Ann B. Wilson, "is the book that will assure buttons a place among the very finest antiques of all types." Some of the objects illustrated in this volume are miniature portraits or landscape scenes; others are exquisite examples of the jeweler's art. Among the | many varieties are those made of gold, brass, ivory, Wedge|wood, silver, cut steel, porcelain, enamel under glass, clois­ onne, pewter and tortoise shell. Viviane Beck Ertell is a well- known collector and dealer in buttons. The D'Allemagne Collection in Paris, among other fine collections, is now housed (Continued on Page 13) even consulting a landscape contractor if possible. In keeping with the theme of the book, one chapter is entitled, "How to Avoid Unnecessary Work," which offers tips for mulches and composts, which cut down on weeding and spading. The author's favorite type of gardening is in raised planters such as window boxes, step gardens and shelf gardens. Not onfy does it let the gardener easily tend plants — no more backaches, but it also puts flowers and plants in a position that [delights the eye. —A.L.B. 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