Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 20, 1973 · Page 7
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 7

Galesburg, Illinois
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Friday, July 20, 1973
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If** •5oo J Complaints *s$re <2) Gdlesbufg ReflisjjfiMoihjGQlesbufo,,!!!, Pfktoy«_Jiily...^0<...1.W3 ft By JRANNli I^SBM «fi*r YOIIK (\my - two gmiU rridwwtern colleges and two ptwehtal schools in Loufel* it thr §ime time, encourage food ©Ming htibto. MacMuffay College, a small titer*! arti school: in Jacksonville, 1U., Introduced open cafe* terla service to its 1,000 students. A continuous service schedule launched last fall provides food without interruption between 7 a.m. and 8:30 p.m. weekdays and during two serving periods on weekends. St. Oaf College, Norttfield, Minn:, has an even more varied program for its 2,750 under graduates, It Includes vegetarian menus, a special diet program for overweight students and staff members and so-called health foods such is soybean and soy products, whole wheat and spinach noodles and graft* ola breakfast cereal The cafeteria, coffee shop and self-supporting public dining room also serve baked goods prepared at the college and meat cut daily by college butcii- ers. The MacMurray, St. Olaf and Baton Rouge Diocese programs were described in the School Foodservice Journal, a trade publication. It said the Minnesota school added granola, a h^gh protein dry cereal, when a survey showed *0 per cent of the college's breakfast eaters wanted it. St. Olaf's diet program was launched after foodservice d> rector Mike Simion* Jotoed a weight loss program that had no connection with the. college. Twenty<five students and staff members were accepted in the college's own diet regime. It provides three meals a day tailored to individuals with a weight problem - usually an extra 20 pounds. Each dieter is removed from the program when he reaches his goal, and no one is allowed to join it without first consult* :ng with his or her doctor. About People and Places 'own At MacMurray, the open cafe* teria system provides a wider food selection for students and better food merchandising. W«h peak periods and crowd* ed conditions eliminated/ the staff has more time to produce (Continued on page 8) Woman's World Today... . Jonathan Uffelman, 4, has the energy to swing that bat as long as anyone will pitch to him. At the moment his brother, Erich, 11, is the one to pitch, but sometimes it is,his father, or his grandfather. The boys and their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Uffelman, are visit- u4 ^S t their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Uffelman, 1677 N. Jefferson St., for two weeks. Following their Galesburg visit, the family will return to their home, which is in Mansfield, Pa. where Mr. Uffelman is an associate professor of English at Mansfield State College. (Register-Mail photo by Steve Stout) •'mi Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Carlson of Oneida will celebrate their '25th wedding anniversary Sunday at an open house at the Presbyterian Church in Rio. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 2 to 5 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson, who were married July 18,1948, in Galesburg at the First Presbyterian Church will renew their marriage vows Sunday at 1:30 p. m. at the Presbyterian Church in Rio. They have three children, Steven Carlson of Rio, Lowell Carlson of Abingdon and Gloria at home, and two grandchildren. Mrs. Carlson teaches in the AlWood district, and Mr. Carlson farms. Hosts for the event will be their children and their families. 1, 1 Comt TP Bill Poyner Carpet Sale At 639 S, Chambers for the Viking Tweed Kitchen Carpets THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL 8 COLORS IN STOCK. Only 1100 Yards Left *3 99 P6R YARD 342.4949 OPEN 9 - 5 - SAT. 9-1 fvoning By Appointment*. Will Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. William Boydstun, DeLong, will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday. They were married July 25, 1948 at the Methodist parsonage in Abingdon by Rev. Harold Dagley. The couple has three children, Bill Boydstun, Wichita Falls, Tex., Mrs. Michael (Judith) Milligan, Ankeny, Iowa, and Mrs. Terry (Romona Jane) Smith, Abingdon. Mr. Boydstun is employed at Gates Rubber and his wife at Midwest Manufacturing Corp. Will Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Fritzel, 409 W. Second St., will note their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home. Friends and relatives are invited to call from 7 to 9 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Fritzel were married June 26, 1948 at St. Patrick's Church. Hosts for the event will be their children, Michael Fritzel, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Fritzel, Jim Fritzel, Mr. and Mrs. Michael (Barbara) Linnenburger, and Pat, Ann and Carol at home. Mr. Fritzel is yardmaster for the Burlington Northern. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Couples Exchange Wedding Promises Miss Rene Bush . • . Miss Rene Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail E. Bush, ftl E. Broadway, Monmouth, became the bride of Daniel H. Perkins, son of Dr. and Mrs. Rollin M. Perkins of Davenport, Iowa, on June 10. Vows wefe pledged at the Edwards Congregational Church, Davenport, towa, at 2 p.m. Larry SunSoft of Davenport, Iowa, served as best man, and guests were seated by John Meuller of Davenport, Iowa, and Douglas Nelson of Bettendorf, Iowa. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Bush carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies and gypsophila as the complement to her gown of white eyelet embroidery styled with a three tiered skit banded in matching lace and blue velvet ribbon. The gown was designed and fashioned by the bride. Miss Gale Gilmore, Mon­ mouth, maid of honor, carried a colonial bouquet of mixed flowers as the accent for her frosted orange sheath dress. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church. Mr. and Mrs. Perkins resided at 314 Kirkwood, Davenport, Iowa. Mrs. Perkins was graduated from Monmouth High School, and her fiance from Davenport Central High School. Mr. Perkins is employed at St. Luke's Hospital in Davenport. Miss Cathy Bush • • • Miss Cathy Bush, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gail E. Bush, 321 E. Broadway, Monmouth, became the bride of Patrick L. Maritz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Maritz, Monmouth, July 4 The outdoor double-ring ceremony was read for the couple at 5 p.m. by Rev. Raymond C.I Swanson, former pastor of the First Lutheran Church in Monmouth, at the couple's new home, 1160 W. Fremont St. Mrs. Daniel Perkins, matron of honor for her sister, was in her own wedding dress from her June wedding, and carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies with red, white and blue ribbon. Miss Bush selected a natural linen gown accented with matching lace at the high neckline, edge of the long Juliet sleeves, and hemline. She carried a tatted lace handkerchief which had been her great- grandmother's, and a colonial bouquet of red, white and blue carnations. A large hat which matched her dress completed her attire. Andrew Martiz, the bridegroom's brother, was best man. Guests were seated by James Pettit, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony, a re ception was held for the couple on the lawn. Serving honors were accorded Miss Karen Owens, Mrs. Robert Roseberry, Miss Gale Gilmore, both of Monmouth, Mrs. Arthur Carl son, Gerlaw, and Miss Susan Brissey, Monmouth. Mr. and Mrs. Maritz, both graduates of Monmouth High School, are employed by Admiral's Corp. Mrs. Maritz attended Monmouth College and her husband is a graduate of Carl Sandburg College. The couple plans to move to Champaign in August where Mr. Maritz will continue his education at the University of Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Cates (Miss Jean Charlton) Miss Jean Charlton Miss Jean Louise Charlton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Charlton of Valentine, Neb., and James Bruce Cates, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cates, 343 E. Grove St., exchanged wedding vows at the First Presbyterian Church in Valentine. Vows were pledged July 7 at 4 p. m. as Rev. Lee Hicks read the double ring ceremony fori the couple. Best man was Marshall Prewitt of Omaha, Neb. Ushers were Ronn Greek and Bill Clark of Omaha, Dwaine Greenamyre of Syracuse, Neb., and Ron Klimek of Loup City, Neb. Organist was Mrs. Frank Wanek of North Platte, Neb., great-aunt of the bride, who presented the prelude and accompanied Mrs. Jack Charlton of Loup City, soloist, aunt of the bride. Miss Suzanne Charlton, maid of honor for her sister; selected a dress of yellow lino-weave Will Attend Meeting More than a dozen members of the Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines, together with the director, Mrs. James Mac donald, will attend a three-day meeting of Region 3 Sweet Ade­ lines this weekend at Holiday Inn in Decatur. Mrs. Macdonald is director of Musical Activities in Norm Central Region 3, which includes Illinois, and parts of Missouri, Iowa, and Indiana. On Saturday afternoon the Galesburg group will participate in a Show Production class under the direction of Mrs. Ronald Graffouliere, Assistant Director of the Galesburg Chorus. The class will demonstrate in detail how to assemble and produce a show similar to the seven which have been staged by the Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines since it was organized ten years ago. Local chapter members wUl model many of the costumes worn in previous Galesburg Sweet Adeline shows. The local chorus is rehearsing for Musicana VIII which is scheduled for Nov. 17 and 18 at Harbaeh Theatre on Knox College Campus. The group is also working on plans for a food booth at the Knox County Fair from July 31 through August 5. Money raised will be used for costumes and props for the upcoming show as well as other chapter expenses. Lodge Convenes Mrs. Alice Penick, noble grand, presided, when Vesta Refbekah Lodge met Wednesday evening at the Odd Fellow Hall. Plans were discussed for "Brother's Night" in September. It was decided that members having birthdays will be honored at the first meeting in August. Following the meeting, a social hour was held at one of the local restaurants. a y. airman nnounced ear 5 C ^(ub jf^roa ram Auxiliary Initiates Neiv Members Mrs. Lola Hanson, Mrs. Marie Anderson, Mrs. Elsie Nelson and Mrs. Phyllis Rosenberry were initiated as members in the Eagles Auxiliary at this week's meeting at the lodge. Exemplifying the ritual were Mrs. Alvin Matson, Mrs. Al Collopy, Mrs. Jack Dawson, Mrs. Robert Wright, Mrs. Alice McKinley and Mrs. Irene Ransom. Mrs. Roy Cruys, president, conducted the business meeting at which a report was given by Mrs. Thomas Sepich. It was announced Mrs. Collopy will attend the national convention in Seattle, Wash., as a delegate. Mrs. Dawson and Mrs. Hanson were co-chairmen for the social hour. Legend Says SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) According to legend, cottage cheese was discovered by an Arab traveling the desert on a camel, the Dairy Council of California says. Stopping to eat, he found that his animal skin of milk had turned to curds and a watery substance and that it was tasty. FASH ION TREE NfW DRESS SHOP At 116 S. Main St Alexis, III, Jr. Sizes, 3 to 15 — Missy Sizes, 6 fro 20 Vi Sizes 12!/* to W/% LADIES SPORTSWEAR TO SIZE 44 HOURS 9 AM - 5 W - MM. THRU SAT, Having held a series of summer sessions, the Board of Directors of the Galesburg Woman's Club has nearly completed with scheduling events to fill the 1973-74 year book, which will soon go to press. Mrs. Chauncey Kenney, program chairman, announces the entertainment for each of the monthly assembly meetings. Opening the season on Oct. 6, is a luncheon held at Harbor lights Supper Club, with the appearance of John Dutra, leading man of comedy, on stage and screen. On television, he has been on the Woody Allen Show, Kraft Theatre and n motion pictures; he appeared in "Where Were You When The Ughts Went Out?" with Deris Day and Terry Thomas. Mr. Dutra will present for the club, "Happy Talkin'," a one man show of his own production, featuring humorous anecdotes and homespun philosophy. In December, Mrs. Paul Set- terdahl of North- Henderson will present a Christmas program, depicting in story and songs, the meaning of the traditional Christmas celebration. For the January Assembly, Miss Violet Fineran, former teacher and principal in the Galesburg Schools, now a Certified Master Graphoanalyst will be the speaker. For Federation Day observance in February, Mrs. Harold Listen, KnoxviUe, vice-president, Central Region, IFWC, will be the speaker. In March, E. J. Davis, Chicago, will speak on "Yes, You Can Buy Happiness," a talk designed to inspire and brighten the spirits of his listeners. The April meeting will bring Mrs. Russell Peters, dramatist from Peoria to present "A Nation Is Born," an imaginative recreation of the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Mrs. Peters has served as president of Peoria Branch of A.A.U.W. and of the Peoria Symphony Guild and has been connected with other theatrical and musical activities in Peoria. cotton for the wedding. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies with citrus green starflowcrs and yellow gnigham streamers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, carried a bouquet of yellow Sweetheart roseX and white daisies accented with" citrus green starflowcrs an|; yellow gingham streamers as. the complement to her gown o£ yellow and white lino-wcavjj cotton. <* Reception * Among those given honors at the reception which followed a? the church Fellowship Hall were! Miss Rita Cates, sister of the bridegroom, from Galesburg. « After a wedding trip to the Black Hills and July 23, the couple will reside at 11506 Burt>' Omaha, Neb., 68154. » tin Mrs. Cates, a graduate of the; University of Nebraska College* of Nursing, is a public healtjf nurse with the Visiting Nursg Association. Mr. Cates, a graoV uatc of Galesburg High School and the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is employed as a sta* tion manager for Avis Car Rent* al, " Welcome Wagon i ~ CM Club Welcomes ~ Members, Guests Mrs. Ronald Cophcr, firs"! vice president, conducted thlj meeting Wednesday of the Wei* come Wagon Club at Lakg Storey. « Hi New members introduce^ were Mrs. James Caton, Mrs* Ronald Hytoff, Mrs. Tim Wiekaf Mrs. Ronald Sell, Mrs. Tori Jackson and Mrs. George Cary£ Guests present included Mrs* George Maher, Mrs. Donald! Ross, Mrs. David Sohles, MrsJ G. P. Baird, Mrs. James Smithy Mrs. Kenneth Weaver, Mrs. Je* rome Shupe, Mrs. William StierC wait, Mrs. David Rath, MrsJ George Daniel, Mrs. D. Ahensg Mrs. Estal Voss, Mrs. J. Hay* and Mrs. Dale Litney. HERWOOD - THURMAN REUNION ~ The Herwood - Thurman Re* union will be held Sunday, Jul* 29, at Lions Shelter No. $ Tables 1, 2, 3, and 4 at Lak£ S'orey. A basket dinner will bg served at 1 p. m. All relative* are invited to attend. -m 5 To STEIN'S For TROPHIES PLAQUES All Types of Awards FAST DELIVERY Urge Stock to Choose From Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I m <]» m m Ml m 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown uaiesourg mm*

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