Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 26, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 26, 1973
Page 14
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IfgfaMMaira,fttal^Ma»,.(SQiiibmi> Hl> Thursday, Jyly 26, 1973 CoupL ZcU^e WJdlna Poises at ange lura... Mass for the wedding Juke Ahik CoMuta, of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 513 E. rtliird St, and orge M. Bowers, son of Mrs. George Bowers, Sandburg Drive, was sd Friday at'11 a. in. SQftefcrant of the Mass and rfJHto the double ring cere* |f was Rev. Daniel McCaul ?man was Ronald Lovett of ___ia, and serving as grooms* npBwere Les LittlefieW and Ekiss. . Scott Brady, the soloist, Dusin of the bride. jftfjftron of honor was Mrs. Bgnld Lovett of Wataga, and hggesmaids were Miss Randi Ig^ohnson and Miss Cathy "aid. Collura, given in mar- by her father, selected a satin princess style gown lace accents. Sculptared Chantilly lace outlined the scoop neckline of the gown with its long sleeves. Lace appliques were also on the skirt, and marked the hemline flounce. The Watteau train was caught to the lace back yoke. White beaded veiling with lace edging was caught to a lace cap. Miss ('oUura carried a bouquet of white daisies with yellow centers^ - ; Reception jGiiests offered felicitations to thVcouple at a reception which followed in the social rooms of Qivpas Christi Church. .Miss Rene Smith was at the gue^t book, and gifts were arranged by Miss Rhonda Mitchell andMiss Theresa Mackey. Pvt. and Mrs. George Bowers (Miss Julie Col lura) Honors were shared by Miss Diane Caves, Miss Linda Clayton and Mrs. William Klump. Pvt. and Mrs. Bowers will reside in Pensacola, Fla., where he will be stationed with the Marines. Both attended Galesburg High School. Mrs. Bowers was employed at Hi Lo Grocery, and her husband, at LaSalle Electronics. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carr (Miss Janice Kemper) YOCUM REUNION iMiss Janice Kemper ... Descendants of Solomon andj mss Janice Marie Kemper, daughter of Mrs. Ruth Kemper, Susanna (Hensley) Yocum will 2058 McMaster St., and Robert Carr, grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Carr, 1416 N. Kellogg St., exchanged wedding promises Friday at the home of Raymond Marquith, 303 Oliver St., East Galesburg. Mr. Marquith read the double ring ceremony for the couple The bride's mother Miss Martha Bycrof t... Williamsfield Methodist Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Martha By* croft, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Bycroft of Williamsfield, and ferry Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hart, also of Williamsfield, on Saturday. The couple pledged their vows at 1 p.m. as Rev. Philip Snider for them. Best man was Dan Hart of Williamsfield, and serv- read the single ring ceremony ing as groomsmen were Dave Hart, Jim Reed and Art Maner all of Williamsfield. Guests were seated by Mike Farha of Quincy and Rodger Bycroft of Williamsfield. Preceding the bride, walking with her father who gave her in marriage, were Mrs. Don By* croft of Williamsfield, Miss Wana Thiele of Peoria, Miss Sandi Ottens of Fulton and Miss Kay Anderson of Forest. Michelle Hart of Galesburg was flower girl, and Ted By- roft, ringbearer. Miss Bycroft carried an arrangement of orchids and daisies with tufts of color, which matched the attendants' dresses as the complement to her white gown styled with an organza bodice with an overlay of lace and crepe skirt, forming a train. Illusion veiling was caught to a lace floral petal headpiece. gather July 30 at Timberview Lakes Northeast of Bushnell for an annual reunion. Each family is asked to bring their picnic basket and beverage for the noon meal. There are swimming facilities. At LINDSTROM'S LP RECORD SPECIAL $788 aV Each Choose From This List of Top Selling LP's Now at Special Savings Values to '7.98 at 5 p.m was matron of honor. Miss Kemper was in a long white embroidered gown, ac- •cented with tece. Her corsage [was of pink bridal roses | Reception I A reception was held for the | couple at the home of the bride's mother following the ceremony. THE BIG BAND HITS OF THE 40'$ & 50's TWO OF A KIND —Porter Wagoner & Dolly Parton BITTERSWEET WHITE LIGHT —Cher PHOENIX —Grand Funk BEN —Michael Jackson MASTERPIECE —Temptations RIGHT-OFF! —Hudson ft Landry DRIFT AWAY —Dobia Gray THE STRAUSS FAMILY -—London Symphony Orchestra JOE COCKER MEATY BEATY BIG AND BOUNCY —The Who "MY BEST TO YOU" —Donny Osmond PASSAGE —Bloodrock THE BEST OF JODY MILLER HEY, LITTLE ONE —Glen Campbell REST IN PEACE —Steppenwolf WHO CAME FIRST —Peter Towmhtnd STEALERS WHEEL COMPARTMENTS —Jot* Ftliciano CATCH BULL AT FOUR —Cat Stevens LINDSTROM'S 246 f. MAIN DOWNTOWN GALESBURG "The Friendliest Srore in Town" LAPM Meets, Elects Delegate Mrs. Jennie Castle, Abingdon, pi evident, conducted the meeting Tuesday evening when the Ladies Auxiliary -Patriarchs Militant met in the Odd Fellows Hall. Mrs. Jemima Fuller and Mrs. jWilda Ayers, state officers, were recognized. It was reported that 50 association members from Illinois attended the memorial service at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Washington, D. C, recently. Mrs. Castle, assisted by Mrs. Evelyn Woollums, vice president, held inspection. Mrs. Fuller was officer of the day and iiVrs. Frankie Johnson, musician. | Members of the club selected Mrs. Castle delegate to the association's state meeting in October at Lincoln. Mrs. Violet Scudder was hestess of the social hour. The newtyweds will reside near Galesburg. Mrs. Carr attended Green wood High School, Springfield, Mo. She was on the cheerleading team and has done volunteer work for the Cox Medical Center in Springfield. Her husband, a graduate of ROVA High School, attended Carl Sandburg College, and is engaged in farming. • ' ft" 1 % Mr. and Mrs. Terry Hart (Miss Martha Bycroft) Knoxville, and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Hart, a graduate of WU Ralph Cramer, Woodhull. Mr. and Mrs. Hart reside in Brimfield, where the bride- liamsfield High School, was graduated from Illinois Central 'College, East Peoria, and Mr. groom is employed at the high! Hart, from Iowa Wesleyan Col school as a coach. i tege: Wedding Will Be Friday Near Knoxville Mrs. Karen Windish and James Tarochione have select ed Friday for their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 8 p.m. at St. Mary's Chapel near Knoxville. All friends and relatives are invited. Parents of the couple are Pete Tarochione, 108 W. Depot St., Collegians(Continued from page 13) Bankers Discuss Plans For Two September Classes When the American Institute of Banking, Western Illinois Chapter, met Wednesday evening at the Sheraton Motor Inn, plans were discussed for two classes which will be held beginning in September. The classes, "Installment Loan Lending" and "Principles of Banking" will begin Sept. 11 for a 14-week session at the Lincoln Middle School. Richard M. Bishop, president of the First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Company, spoke on the purpose of education for the AIB Chapter. Chris Jordan, president, conducted the meeting. He introduced Dr. William D. Masters, from Carl Sandburg College, who spoke briefly. The social committee was comprised of Mrs. Walter Vineyard, chairman; Mrs. Carol Young, Mrs. Pauline Sollen- herger, and Mrs. Louise Kirk, Monmouth. Dennis Langdon, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Langdon, 1434 E. Losey St., will be a junior at ISU. This summer he is working for the Burlington Northern Railroad. Joel Hawkinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Hawkinson, 767 S. Farnham St., is a senior at ISU. He is attending summer school. KIRLIN'S WEEK-END SPECIAL Home - Style FUDGE Chocolate nut, Maple nut end P.ain chocolate Reg. $1 .59 — Wedding Invitations 36-Hour Service On . . . Engraved Invitations Hallmark BRIDAL & SHOWER DECORATIONS BRIDE'S MEMORY ALBUMS Master Charge Welcome YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DAILY SUNDAYS - NOON TILL 5:30 P.M. 221 E. Main St. — Downtown Galesburg Home Economist Gives Fondue Demonstration Mrs. Don Moffitt, heme economist of Illinois Power Co., presented a fondue demonstration for members of the Senior Citizens Club at its meeting Monday evening at the YMCA. Several types of fondue were prepared by Mrs. Moffitt, including cheese and chocolate. She also explained the history of the dish. Prior to the program, a pot- hick dinner was served. Couple Select iWetlcling Date I Miss Teresa Jones and Tabie 'Hopping, both of Ga'.va, wiU bs| imarried Sunday, Aug. 5, at 7 •p.m. in the First United Methodist Church of Galva. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones and Mrs. Ted Hopping and the late Mr. Hopping. 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