Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 24, 1973 · Page 8
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I Gfltesbura fteflistef'Moil, Goltsburp, 111. Tuesday, Jujy 24, _J j?3 nnounceZLth* Fred W. Nyman, 1327 N. Prairie M., an* nouncea the engagement of his daughter, Susan Leigh, to Join Medina, son of Mrs. Petra Medina, 590 Liberty St. Die bride-elect, daughter of the late Mrs. Nyman, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed a* a bookkeeper at Nyman Jew- elera. Her fiance, also a OHS graduate is a letter carrier with the Gelesburg Post Office. The couple will be married Sept. IS at Trinity Lutheran Church. ians Several coUetfians are work- cktfe was recently named i this summer at the Oale ^-l ^iJ ^^lH?.!}* 6 ** m Miss Susan Nyman Miss Nancy Kersey Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kersey, Iittte York, announce the engagement of thedr daughter, Nancy Lee, to Steven E. Keiey, son of Phillip Kelley of Monmouth and the late Emma Florine Smith KeHey. Miss Kersey, a graduate of Yorkwood High School, is employed at Admirals. Her fiance, a student of Monmouth High School, is employed at Gale Products. No definite date has been set for the wedding. Wedding Will Be Saturday Miss Paula Jean Bradford and Kenneth Wayne Mason, whose engagement was announced in May, have selected Saturday as their wedding date. Vows will be pledged at 2 p.m. at Corpus Christi Church. Friends and relatives are in; vited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow at the church. Parents of the bride-elect are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St., and her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Mason, 941N. Broad St. Mr. and Mrs. Leland E. Davis, 5207 Overton Circle, Kansas City, Mb., former Galesburg residents, announce the engage* ment of their daughter, Linda Louise, to Sgt. Dwight W. SpruiU, son of Mrs. Carol Spruill, 6320 Richmond, Kansas City, and the late Tom Spruiil. The bride-elect, granddaughter of Mrs. Ray E. Suydam, 495 Oak St., and the late Ray Suydam, and Mr. and Mrs. Alva C. Davis of Avon, is a graduate of Raytown High School, Raytown, Mo., end the Research Hospital School of Nursing in Kansas City, where she is employed as a registered nurse. Her fiance, a graduate of Raytown South High School, attended Central Mis-at Upper Heyford Air Fore souri State University, War- Base, England, rensburg, Mo., before joining No wedding date has been the Air Force. He is stationed set. Miss Linda Davis Former Resident Will Observe 90th Birthday Mrs. Emma Tingey, former Galesburg resident, will be honored at an open house and coffee Saturday in observance of her 90th birthday. The event will be hosted, by her daughter, Mrs. Melvin E. Sundvall from 2 to 4 p.m. in the library at the Oak Glen Home, Coal Valley, where Mrs. Tingey is a resident. All friends and relatives are invited. Mrs. Tingey was a former hat designer and dressmaker when she resided in Galesburg. She has one daughter, two grandchildren and five great-grand children. Wedding Will Be Aug. 4 Miss Kaihy Frank and Gene Woodward, whose engagement was announced previously, have selected Aug. 4 for their wed- PAST NOBLE GRANDS Past Noble Grands Club of Vesta, Rebekah Lodge, will meet at the home of Mrs. Al Rowe, Lake Warren, Monmouth, Thursday ait 6:30 p.m. ding. Vows "will be exchanged at 2 p.m. tat the First United Presbyterian Church. All friends end relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Frank, 1416 N. Broad St., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold G. Cunningham, 971 N. Broad St. THE END IS NEAR You Didn't think that we were going to offer an installation and two months of service for $5,95 indefinitely did you? SO DON'T DELAY You know you're just aching to see whet Cable TV has to offer you. Well, you won't find a better time than right now to give it a try, because there's no obligation and you're going to SAVE $ 20.95! Yes friends, no matter how you look at it, this is one great opportunity for you to start getting the kind of varied entertainment your TV set is meant to produce —- on al! twelve channels. Get on the Cable AfS Chapters Meet in Kewanee, Discuss Program Representatives of are American Field Service chapters met at the Midland Coun try Cub at Kewanee Saturday. Chapter presidents were introduced as well as other chapter officers, host families and the area chairmen. Area representa tive, Mrs. G. E. Lundberg Kewanee conducted the meeting The different programs of AF S were defined including a new domestic program which wil involve student exchanges with in the United States for various lengths of time It was stressed that local ap plications for the Americans Abroad program must be in to the regional office by Oct. 31 Applications to be a host family will be due in December. Sandy Brown is Galesburg's present American Abroad living in Viadana, Italy for the summer. Last year's short term ex change for area AFS students was,to Kirkwood, Mo., and plans will be made to have another such exchange. This experience broadens the student's experience in the United States as well as providing interculture contacts. An area clothing pool for suit able up-to-date clothing includ ing sweaters, coats, snow boots, formals, etc. will help provide clothing that an AFSer from a foreign country might need dining his stay here. Peoples now BY CALLING US TODAY 342-2161 NOTE: Offof Void In Non-Cal>l«J AfMt GALESBURG CABLE TV 561 N, Henderson St. his stay here Cleaners of Kewanee will clean and store the items. Any donations would be welcomed by the local chapter and can be picked up by contacting either Mrs. Harold Canada or Mrs. Louis Ubben The afternoon session was an orientation and information period for the host families for the coming year. Dr. and Mrs William Kamp and family of Galesburg, will be hosting Adriana Kaplan of Argentina for the 1973-74 AFS program. Representing Galesburg were Ray Franson, president of the local chapter, Mrs. Canada, Miss Virginia Hinchliff, Mrs. Qeon Johnson, Mrs. Ubben, and Mrs. Ned Brown. Central Congregational Church ICE CREAM SOCIAL Wed., July 25, 1973 Central Square Hand Dipped Ice Cream & Homemade Cake or Pie — 40c Is cut oi *ata—church baaem'i. Ing burg Register-Mall. Steve Stout, son of Mrs. Kltheleen Stout, IMS Indiana Dr>, is employed in the Photography Department. He will be a senior at Illinois Stete university. Debbie Hotchkiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morton L. Hotchkiss, Knoxville, is working in the business office. She will be a junior at Eastern Illinois University. Tom Marvelli, son of Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Marvelli, ISO Circle Dr., is in the Editorial Department. He is a junior at Eastern Illinois University. Tina Behrents, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. E. Gordon Behrents, 515 Hackberry, is in the Classified Department. She will be a junior at Illinois Wesleyan University. Janet Gustafson, who will be a junior at the University of Illinois, is working in Circulation. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Gustafson, 1734' Indiana Dr. Stephen G. Gore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn C. Gore, 1044 this summer as a pharmacy apprentice at the University of Illinois Hospital, Chicago. He will enter his second year in the School of Pharmacy this for the spring quarter. , Jeffrey C. Fifteld, son of Dr. and Mrs. Charles A. Fifield Jr., 70 Circle Dr., is working this summer for Bob Grubs. He will be a sophomore in the fall at Eastern Illinois University, Charleston. Jeffrey R. Sandburg, a junior at Knox College, is working this summer for Templeton Roofing Co. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sand* borg, 679 Willard St. (Continued on Page 9) Editora Note: Any Information about coUeglana and their summer joba would be appreciated. News may be sent or phoned to the Women's Department of the Register-Mail. Woman's World Today... | ^ || III' ll'iliiiiiilillttlflliuiil """''"mum ill ! .iiii.ii.Mh.'ii 'l 'liiil"-! 1 III!*! President Attends Convention Mrs. Theodore Szerlong, left, president and official delegate of the Pilot Club of Galesburg, discusses with Mrs. Mary Ruth Hauser, the new Pilot International President, plans for the upcoming year when Pilot Club members will activate programs and projects to demonstrate "Responsibility in Action,'* their theme for 1973-74. Mrs. Hauser, of Miami, Fla., was installed July 19 at the conclusion of the 52nd International Convention at the Sheraton-Boston Hotel in Boston. She heads some 17,000 professional and executive women in nearly 550 Pilot Clubs located in six countries and will lead their community service activities this year. Brides, Bridegrooms Pledge |,i " " «»«i§f !» t Wedding Date Is Aug. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Larry Robinson of Highwood, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Janet Lynn, to Alexander Wasson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Wasson of Moine. Wedding vows will be exchanged Aug. 11 at 2 p.m. at the Abingdon United Methodist Church. i All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony at the church and the reception at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Thurman, 705 N. Washington, Abingdon, immediately following the ceremony. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Currey (Miss Jacqueline Roling) Miss Jacqueline Roling ... Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Jacqueline Ann Roling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Roling, 609 Fifer St., and Robert D. Currey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Currey, 202 N. Swtartz St., Abingdon, was solemnized Saturday at 1 p. m. at immaoulaite Heart of Mary) Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading' the double ring ceremony for the compile was Rev, James Rickey. Best man was Anthony Faralli, Cleveland, II Guests were seated by brothers oi bridegroom, Richard and Ernie Currey of Abingdon. Miss Terry McLaughlin was the bridal attendant. Carries Daisies Miss Roling carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies as a complement to her Chan tiilace gown, fashioned with a scooped neckline, and semi-full skirt which formed a chapel- length train. Her chapel-length veiling and the shorter blusher were caught to facenfranttng mantilla headpiece, appliqued in Chantilace. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception ait the church following the ceremony. Gilts were arranged by Mrs. John Brandon, Glendora, Calif., the bride's sister, and Mrs Mike Legate, Abingdon, the bridegroom's sister. Mrs. Ron Mack, Bettendorf, Iowa, the bride's sister, was at the guest book. After a wedding trip, the couple wil reside at Hillsdale Mrs. Currey, a graduate of Costa High School and Methodist Hospital School.of Nursing, Peoria, is a nurse at Cottage Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended Blackhawk College, Moline. He is with International Harvester Co., Moline. Miss Sarrah Woods... 1 St. Patrick's Catholic Church was the setting for the wedding Saturday of Miss Sarrah Woods, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Woods, near Galesburg, and Telesforo Gutierrez, son of Mrs. Emilia Carrera, Chihuahua, Mexico. Rev. Daniel McCaul read the double ring ceremony for -the couple at 7 p.m. Guadalupe Gonzalez was best man. Groomsmen who also seated the guests were Dale Woods, the bride's brother, and Tony Gordon, ihe bride's cousin. Miss Woods selected an empire gown in a redingote effect with a sweep chapel length train. The gown, of French Chantilly lace, was designed with a wedding band collar and deep cuffed Bishop sleeves. A band of lace encircled the waistline and formed a bow at the front of the gown. Her fingertip length veiling was caught to a petal headpiece. The bride carried a colonial bouquet of white Sweetheart roses and blue delphiniums accented with gyp- sophila and greenery. Attendants Bridal attendants were Mrs. Guadalupe Gonzalez, Miss Connie Webber, and Miss Carol Woods, the bride's sister. Miss Melinda Bruner, Atlanta, 111. the bride's cousin, was flower girl. , ' After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple al the Hotel Custer Ballroom. Serv- Wedding Will Be Aug, 4 In New Windsor Miss Cheryl Lynn Johnson and Reginald M. Anseeuw, whose engagement was an nounced; in February, have selected Aug. 4 as their wedding date. Vows will be pledged at 7:30 p.m. at the Calvary Lutheran Church, New,Windsor. Friends and relatives are invited to attend me ceremony and reception to follow in the church parlors. Ifre bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson, near New Windsor, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Anseeuw, New Windsor. Announce Daughter's Engagement The engagement and forth coming marriage of Miss Care Long to James McGee, son o: Mr. and Mrs. Lafe McGee of near Piedmont, Ala., is announc ed today by her parents, Glenn Long and Mrs. Vivian Long both of Galesburg. The wedding will be Aug. at 4 p.m. at the Advent Chris tian Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Joy, 382 N. Academy St. Miss Long, a graduate of Galesburg High School, was em ployed at Giant Food. Her fiance, a graduate of Union High School, Biggsville, is employed at General Electric, Bur lington, Iowa. NAOMI CIRCLE SALAD LUNCHEON Naomi Circle of the First United Methodist Church will be serving a salad luncheon Wednesday, Aug. 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Fellowship Hall at the church. Tickets wil|I be available at the door. —NOTICE— LINPA'S TREND Or BEAUTY (Beauty Salon) 1 }S PHILLIPS Phone J4J-7SJS Evening appointments available Mon. - Tours. Mr. and Mrs. Telesforo Gutierrez (Miss Sarrah Woods) ing honors-were accorded Mrs. Fied Norris and Miss Dora Abbott. Miss Christy Zefo was at the guest book/Dale Woods, the bride's brother, was a member of the band, "Fresh- Aire" which played for the reception. The newlyweds will reside at 1409 E. Main St. Mrs. Gutierrez, a graduate of Galesburg High School and the Electronic Computer Program­ ming Institute of Peoria, is employed at Steak 'N Shake, East Main Street. Her husband is with Galesburg Malleable Company. • LETS CO* On Sat., Aug. 85 to Arthur, IU. (celebrating their centennial). To the Amish Market and Rock- ome Gardens. There will be an Arthur Host on the bus. Reservations due Aug. 20. Phone 3424856 or 342-6715. Air conditioned Trail-way Bus. gttt HOME SEWERS Would You Like To Cut a Perfect Pattern Every Time? 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