Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 25, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, July 25, 1973
Page 14
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l4>GoliSbuffl',fij6fllsti^Moii« GolesburgJIt. Wednesday, July 25, 1973 future 'Wy and Mrs. Carl Aflell of ne«f"Maquon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Cafoi Joan, to John M. Hallam, •oo &fit Mr. and Mrs. C. M. ttftl- laffK 740 E. Berrien St. 'Me brid&eiect, a graduate or ,?JShoxville High School, is employed at The Farmers and iMeohanics Bank. Her fiance, a graduate -of Galesburg High S^bflol, is employed at Pants fate September wedding is tewi planned. Ida t Cjitests Miss Carol Anell Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Brooks of near Maquon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy, to David Downin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Downin of near Berwick. The bride-eject, a graduate of Abingdon High School, is employed by the Abingdon Community Schools. She will attend Carl Sandburg Junior College in the fall. Her fiance, a graduate of Roseville High School, and Black Hawk East College, is farming with his father. Mr. and Mrs. John Edmund of near Alpha announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Connie, to Donald Gainey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Gainey of Alpha. The bride-elect will be a senior at AlWood High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Orion High School, attended Black Hawk Junior College and is farming at Lynn Center. The couple will be married Aug. 31 at 7:30 p.m. at the St. John's Catholic Church in Woodhull. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Miss Judy Brooks Mr. and Mrs. Harold Childers ot>near Ellisville announce the 'engagement of their daughter, SdjBBfre L., to Charles A. Rask, fcrfiBf Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ;of London Mills, bride-elect, a graduate of Senior High School and ist Hospital School of |tg, Peoria, is employed by Hospital. Her fiance •graduated from Valley S (3BSf High School and is an apprentice at Caterpillar Tractor Co., E. Peoria. Glitter(Continued From Page 13) The joint official Visit of Mrs. Grace K. Paral, Chicago, worthy grand matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Illinois, and Jack Hines, Pekin, worthy grand patron Order of Eastern Star of Illinois, and the official family to Violet and Nonpareil hapters was Tuesday evening at the Masonic Temple. Violet Chapter officers were in charge of the opening with Mrs. Hugh Woolam, worthy' ——' — matron and WiHiatn C. SchfOe- der, worthy patron, presiding, Mrs. MaurUz Hodges, Oneida Chapter, soloist, accompanied by Mrs. Royal Litchfield, Rio, organist, presented the music for the meeting. Receive Gifts Mrs. Paral was escorted by the conductresses and presented at the attar, and an honor* ary escort of matrons and patrons from the surrounding area served Mrs. Paral and Mr. Hines. Later the group presented gifts to the state grand officers. .. | Nonpareil officers assumed stations for the escorting. Mrs. W. C. Bettisworth is worthy (matron, and Richard Moore,! worthy patron, for Nonpareil Chapter. Grand officers escorted included Mrs. Sue Hines, Grand Esther; Mrs. Lois Pidgeon, Grand Ruth; Mrs. Elsie Brousil, Grand Warden; Mrs. La- Dora Dennis, Grand Chaplain; Mrs. Lucille Chomacke, Grand Myers, Grand Sentinel. Grand representatives were Mrs. Doris Anderson, Rhode Island, Mrs. Sue Ingraham, Florida, Mrs. Genevieve Dean, Indiana, and Mrs. Esther Brooking, Oregon, in Illinois. Ushers were John Anderson, Irvin Spencer, Carl Howarter and Loren Hage. The coin collection was given Mrs. Paral tor the Estarl Committee for scholarships; Mrs. E. R. Naskmd was chairman of the Eligibility, assisted by Mrs. Ruby Prim, Mrs. Margaret Bryant and Mrs. Bernice White. In charge of the social hour was Mrs. Eileen Fuller, chairman, Mrs. Martha Wright, Mrs. Shirley Roberts and Mrs. Patricia Edwardson and Mrs. Sandra Leigh. Others assisting with the event were Mrs. Irma Peterson, Mrs. Marie Ryberg, Mrs. Leta Russell and Mrs. Lucia Taylor. Dinner was served by members of Bethel Shrine prior to h Guest of Honor Mrs: Grace Paral of Chicago, worthy grand ning. From left are.Richard Moore, Mrs matron of the Order of Eastern Star of Mi nois, and her official family were guests of Violet and Nonpareil Chapters Tuesday eve- W. C. Bettisworth, Mrs. Paral, Mrs. Hugh Woolam and William C. Schroeder. MI-MI CLUB The Mi-Mi Club will hold its annual club picnic Sunday at C:30 p.m. at the Shelter in Lincoln Park. Coffee will be furnished. COVENANT WOMEN Covenant Women will host a potluck picnic Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Lions Shelter No. 1, Lake Storey, for all women of the Covenant Church. Members are asked to bring a salad and their own table service. NOTICE MRS. BONNIE HILL Hos Joined Our Staff Welcoming All Old & New Customers Martin's Beauty Salon 569 N. Brood — Phono 342-1919 Open Mon.-Saf. 9-5 Evenings by Appointment star' Miss Suzanne Childers COMB SALON 764 Mulberry — Phone 343-0848 Permanent R«g- $is.oo Special N0W $ 8.50 GOOD THRU JULY NEW HALO $1A AA FROSTING— I We WW OPEN EVERY EVENING Owner_— Mary Davis day featuring "movie wear for the evening. A coat, of Brazilian cobra dyed gold was collared in white mink with a matching gold drjess and a next-to-nothing neckline. Gold leather stars and rhinestones sparkled on black velvet gowns. Marilyn also might have loved the reams of colored fox fur collars-and cuffs and the pleated long evening gown that bared most of the chest. Since Givenchy is one of Paris' most influential designers his every stitch is followed by the garment trade. Buyers noted that his skirts were only a fraction longer than last spring. Most of . the evening and cocktail gowns ended above the ankle. Givenchy gave his stamp of approval to the return of the narrow, straight suit skirt. Although Givenchy skirts were not long, he nonetheless switched to pumps with high heels, reviving the toeless pump and the near nude one- strap sandal for evening. He used brilliant colors for winter such as electric blue and orange. Cobra skin was dyed yellow or red for daytime suits. His audience was fascinated by coats and jackets of strips of leather knitted together. Another typical Givenchy touch was wopl-prints' repeating the cobra motif, and other fabrics printed with his initial. Givenchy showed several capes including one of olive green suede trimmed with matching olive fox. m* HAPPY 122nd BIRTHDAY Savings To You f M «*» «* no |s»s» Luxury Touch & Sew* machine with cabinet .OFF REG. PRICE) The super, raved -about machine with 14 built-in straight, zig-zag, stretch and deco* rative stitches, even speed basting. It has the exclusive Singer" push-button front drop-in bobbin that rewinds.right in the machine! Plus a built-in buttonholer, and the exclusive feed system 756/676 MM* Singer Birthday savings on a versatile zig-zag machine! Sews buttonholes, buttons, even mends, without attachments! Carrying case or cabinet extra. M REQ.69.95 Model 177 SINGER 111 E. Main St. • Galesburg • Ph. 343-5019 "••A Trademark pi THE SINGER COMPANY No-iron polyester/ cottons in 32-38. KNIT PULLON PANTS Reg. 6.96-4 Doys 0 96 Misses' polyester knits. Solids. 10-18. MISSIS' 1WIFS BOYS' W1STIRN IN COTTON KNIT FLARID JIANS IM.2/MI.0I AVf leg. 394 Pr, QUEEN SIZE PANTY HQS! C Elastic-leg panties In 5-6-7, or Western styled ans for summertime savings. ruaged summer wear. Perm- Reg. 2/1.29. 1-102 Pr.l. 07 orient press. 8-18. Stretch Nylon, Nude Heel Parity Hose. M. 160-180 lbs) T (170-200 lbs.) TERRY^TOWELS 16x27" Face Towel 22«44" latii 63* I 08 Cotton terry with' fringed ends. Striped; solid pink, orange, green. ••9.49? Washcloth, 12x12",,949 Hum Smndwhh Plate • e84c S. S. KRESGE COMPANY

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