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I i Golesbuffl giais^f'Mail, 6ale§byffl # ill, Monday, July 30, 1973 I The Social Side . • . clc romide& \ 1 ni 'i LI. 1 ;!!; I?:,,. I: ji 1f ! Bill» i jljji'n lili!';. 'M,h I •; >J r lidi^!-' I;'. \Ji he single ring ceremony at 3:30 The bride's cousins, Miss Candy Wice and Miss Vicki Wice, both of- Fostoria, Ohio, were bridesmaids. Bonnie Banks, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Jacques Reynolds, Denver, Coio., was best man. Groomsr men were Merle Banks and Robert Sparks. Guests were seated by Sidney ThrailkilT and Bruce Rowe. Guests offered felicitations to (Continued on page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Howard Rowe (Miss Judith Thrailkill) Miss Judith Thrailkill ... After a wedding trip to Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alan Rowe, who were married Saturday at the Faith United Methodist Church, will reside at 484 S. Soangetaha Road Rev. Kenneth Goodell read p.m. for the bride, the flormer Miss Judith Ann ThrailkiiM, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thrailkill, 1171 Harrison St., and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Rowe, 97 Park Lane Dr. Miss ThraiMil carried an all- white bouffant colonial bouquet of gardenias, stephanotis, and Sweetheart roses, accented with gypsophila and ivy, as a complement to her A-fline white.lin­ en gown fashioned with an Empress waistline. Lace trimmed the short sileeves, high neckline and formed a V from her shoulders to the raised waist- Cine. Her 'dMble-layeired silk illusion mantilla chapel-length veiling was trimmed with matching lace. • Attendants Mrs. Merle Banks, the bride 's sister, was matron of honor. Miss Debra Hoskins... Faith United Methodist Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Debra Sue Hoskins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gero Lee Hoskins, 258 E. Knox St., and Marvin Robert Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Lewis, 305 E. South St., Abingdon, on Saturday. Wedding promises were pledged at 7:30 p.m. after guests had been seated by brothers of the couple, Alan L. Hoskins and Merle R. Lewis of Abingdon. Rev. Kenneth W. Goodell read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who will reside in Abingdon. Best man was David Wright of Abingdon. Jack Sanford, the bride's uncle, soloist, was accompanied by Miss Patti Sanford, the bride's cousin, organist. Miss Kim Watkins, maid of honor, preceded the bride as she walked with her father, who gave her in marriage. Blue and white daisies with a touch of gypsophila and blue and white ribbon accent was carried by the bride as a complement to her pale blue gown with flowered lace trim. The same trim also marked the bride's veiling. The bride's gown Was fashioned by her grandmother, Mrs. C. G. Hoskins. Reception Guests attended a reception at the home of the bride's parents, 258 E. Knox St., where Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth W. Mason (Miss Paula Bradford) Miss Paula Bradford • . . Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Paula Jean Bradford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene L. Bradford, 1831 E. Main St., and Kenneth W. Mason, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Mason, 940 N. Broad St., was solemnized Saturday at 2 p.m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. : — Celebrant of the , Mass and^ waistline, the neckline, reading the double ring ceremo- sleeves and front.of the gown, ny for the couple was Rev. Her cathedral length mantilla James Rickey. Best man was veiling, edged in Venice lace, Brian'Mason, the bridegroom's was caught to a tiny crown, brother. Groomsmen were Da- she carried a cascade bouquet vid Peterson, Rick,Mason, the'of pink miniature carnations bridegroom's brother, and Terry and pink Sweetheart roses with Bradford, the bride's brother, white stephanotis and gypsophi- Miss Bradford selected a la. v, Attendants gown of imported siilk organza and Venice lace fashioned with a high neckline and long sheer pulled sleeves. Venice lace in a rose design accented the em- Mr. and Mrs. Jon C. Martin (Miss Cynthia Nelson) Miss Cynthia Nelson ... After presenting her mother and her mother-in-law a long- stemmed white rose, Miss Cynthia L. Nelson became the bride of Jon C. Martin Saturday at the Faith Lutheran Church in Wataga Rev. George Curran read the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the bride, daughter of iiimuiuiimiuniiiiiuiuHuiui Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Lewis (Miss Debora Sue Hoskins) The bride's sister, Mrs. Eugene Bent, Oneida, was matron (Continued on page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Nelson, former Galesburg residents, Quincy, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Martin, Evanston. Mrs. Merritt Johnson, Wataga, organist, accompanied Mrs. Gordon Nodeen, Williamsfield, soloist. Mrs. Charles Clark, Rolling Meadows, matron of honor, and Miss Carol Nelson, Quincy, the bride's sister, bridesmaid, were in lavender flocked gowns trim­ med with lace and white picture hats with lavender ribbons. Each carried white baskets with lavender pompons, purple statice, gypsophila and lavender and white streamers. Miss Nelson selected an empire A-line gown of peau de soie satin with a chiffon overskirt. Alencon lace formed the bodice and trimmed the cuffs of the capped long sleeves. Her chapel - length veil with the shorter blusher were of silk illusion and trimmed with Alen­ con lace. The bride carried a half moon cascade arrangement of white Phaelanopsis orchids, stephanotis and ivy attached to the Bible carried by her mother at her wedding. The bride also I I Mrs. Ralph Gibbs (Miss Madeleine Bouley). •i (Continued on page 9) Mrs. Jerry L. Fayhee (Miss Sandra K. Simpson) Miss Paula Mead and Miss Lynda Mead, cousins of the bride, were at the guest book. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Jack Sanford, Mrs. Robert Mead, Mrs. Jack Mead, Mrs. Robert McFarland, Mrs. Thomas Mead, aunts of the bride, Miss Cindy McFarland, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Sam Watkins of London Mills, sister -of the bridegroom, Mrs. Clarence Wilson of East Galesburg arid Mrs. Joe Pacheco. Mrs. Lewis attended Galesburg High School and her husband, Abingdon High School. Mr. Lewis is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Personal Finance,., Firm Action Is Who. t's Needed REGISTERED NURSE WANTED For Director of Local Homo Health Agency * REFERENCE and EXPERIENCE REQUIRED t PUBLIC HEALTH EXPERIENCE DESIRED PHONI V.N.A. OFFICE COTTAGE HOSPITAL--343-4121 Monday fhr« Friday for Interview Appointment T By CARLTON SMITH Inflation is today's big worry, Uppermost in the minds of most Americans, if the pollsters are right, are worries about where we're going from here, and questions about what each of us can do, individually, to protect ourselves. You could have had your worries cranked up another few notches if you'd been present at a recent conference in Dallas, to hear Sidney Homer on the subject of inflation, controls and devaluation. Homer is regarded as one of the wisest heads on Wall Street. He recently retired from active management, as a partner, of (3 day* 2 night*) 'Lei's Go* Sat, Sepi. l»t thru MOD., Sept. 3rd. For an exciting Labor Day weekend to Nashville, Tenn. Attend the Grand Ole Opry and visit Opry Land U.S. A. Prices single $80.00, double ?"6.00 each, triple $71.00 each, quad. $67.00 each. Reservation deadline Aug. 18th. Phone 342-4856 or 3426715. (?25.00 deposit makes a reservation). Air conditioned Trailway IBus. Salomon Brothers, the investment banking firm. Salomon Brothers handles somewhat less money during the year than the U.S. Treasury, but has a more impressive record — in recent times, at least — of doing the right things with it. It occupies its eminent position in the world of finance because people like Sidney Homer have been more right, more often, than the economists you generally see quoted in the newspapers . . . usually speaking from Washington. It is well to have an appreciation of Mr. Homer's credentials, because you aren't going to want to believe what he said at the conference. Historically, inflations around the world can be catalogued as five kinds, by size, he said. j Following nominal inflation,: and then moderate — 2 to 4 per cent — come: "No, 3, the large inflations, say 5 to 10 per cent; No. 4, the so - called South American inflations of, say, 11 per cent and up, and No. 5, the total inflations of close to 100 per cent such as occurred in Germany, Russia and France after World War I. Rate Is Rising "We now seem to be in the large inflation category and our inflation rate is rising. Unless our fight against inflation achieves top priority, I can see no assurance at all that we will not achieve a South American rate of inflation." This was said, you might bear in mind, four days before we all learned that wholesale prices had been rising at the rate of 24 per cent a year. While Homer doesn't want to Miss Sandra Simpson... After a wedding trip to Montreal and Quebec, Canada, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Fayhee, who were married July 14, are residing in Galesburg. Wedding vows were exchanged at 1:30 p.m. at, the First Presbyterian Church in Danville as Rev. William Chalmers read the double ring ceremony for the bride, the former Sandra K. Simpson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simpson, 526 Chester, Danville, and the bidegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Fayhee of near Smiithfield. Best man for his brother was Jack Fayhee of Prairie City. Guests, who later attended a reception .at the Elks Country CM), Danville, were seated by Mike Simpson of Danville, brother of the bride, Brad Harrison of Pompano Beach, Fla. and David MacDonald of Elgin. Groomsmen imcfluded Phil Fayhee, Dennis Fayhee, cousins of the bridegroom, and Ivan Gordon, a brother-in4aw of the bridegroom, ail of Prairie City. Attendants Mrs. Rick Wilson of Anderson, Ind., matron of honor, Miss Kris Johnson, Miss Mary Archer, both of Lake Forest, and Mrs. Jim Glades of Dan ville, bridesmaids, were in floral print dresses. Each carried a mixed flower bouquet and (Continued pn page 9) (Continued on page 9) * LETS GO * On Sal., Aug. 25 to Arthur, 111. (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 Trailway Bus, Miss Madeleine Bouley ... Miss Madeleine Liliane Bouley and Ralph Louis Gibbs were married Saturday, July 21, in St: Rose of Lima Church, North Miami, Fla. * The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bouley, 12101 Griffing Blvd., North Miami, a graduate of South Dade High, Homestead, and Barry College of North Miami, is a member of the faculty at Hialeah High School. Mr. Gibbs, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gibbs, 565 E. Fourth St., a graduate of Galesburg High School and Knox College, is employed as manager of the head office of Aristar, Family Finance Inc., Miami, Florida. , Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception and dinner at the Miami Shores Country Club, following the wedding. Miss Rebecca ; Brownlee ... Miss Rebecca Brownlee and George Rowley exchanged wedding promises July 14 at the Belmont United Methodist Church near Little York. Rev. Kenneth Taylor of Little York read the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the| bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Brice Brownlee of rural Alexis, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floren Rowley, near Seaton. Preceding the ceremony, Henry Purchase, Kirkwood,. and Bill Rowley, Burlington, Iowa, who served as ushers, lit (the candles. Mark Lee, Little York and Miss Lu Anne Fridchtenicht New Windsor, sang a duet accompanied on the o r g a n by Mrs. Everett Fredrickson. Miss Brownlee selected white chiffon gown fashioned with a Chantilly lace bodice and long full chiffon sleeves held at the wrists by a wide lace cuff. The full skirt was of white taffeta with an overskirt of chiffon in a redingote effect which revealed layers of lace- trimmed chiffon ruffles. A chap" ngth train of chiffon with scattered lace roses was caught at the shoulders with a taffeta bow with long streamers. Her dhapd-length veiling of silk illusion was caught to a ringlet of pearl petals. She carried an arrangement of white roses and pink carnations. The bride's en semlble was designed and made by her mother. Attendants Attending the bride were Miss Penny Rowley, Seaton, the bridegroom's sister, maid of honor, and Miss Chris Fortune, bridesmaid. Twiln cousins of the bridegroom, Tracy Denlar, and Terry Denlar were flower girl and ringbearer, respectively. Tony Brownlee of Alexis, the bride's brother, was best man. Iowa, the bridegroom's cousin, was groomsman. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the church. Miss Teresa Newton asked guests to sign the bride's book. Serving honors were given Mrs. Maxine Denlar, Springfield, Mrs. Loren Chandler, Berwick, Mrs. Ross Brownlee, Monmouth, Mrs. James Brownlee and Mrs. Elbert Britton. The newilyweds will reside near Fall Creek after a wedding trip to Missouri. Mr. and Mrs. Rowley are graduates of Yorkwood High School, Mrs. Rowley attended Carl ' Sandburg College. Her husband is in fanning. Winners on the Fairways Friday's play at Bunker Links was'for the longest drive on No. 9 and low putts. Miss Connie Graham was the winner for the longest drive. Low putts were made by Mrs. Ray Conkriiight, Championship Flight; tie, Mrs. Betty Rowe, Mrs. Wes Pipes, Flight A; Mrs. Brian Smitey, Flight B; Mrs. Donald Wade, Flight C, and Mrs. Shirley Pierce, Flight D. Thursday will be individual guest day. For further information members may call Mrs, Ray Conkright. CIVIC ART CENTER The Galesburg Civic Art Center will be closed from Wednes- David Row!ey, Burlington,day through August 20. Whittvtr th« Occtcion WILL "SAY JT BEST" ANDERSON florists U8 N. BROAD mm Miss Oak Run Beauty Pageant GIRLS AGE 9 to 12 YEARS Will Be Held At Oak Run AN OPEN HOUSING COMMUNITY On SUNDAY, SEPT. 16 at 1 p.m. Miss Coleen Ann Metternich MISS ILLINOIS 1973 Will Bt Present To Crown Tht Quttn Name — Age Address - — City -— Zip utoil to Mi« O** Bun, Box 72, D*feind», IU, i!4M" •••Ul. 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