Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 31, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 31, 1973
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Golesbur Galesbur anaes 1 T Hid Aug. 10, Mr, end Mrs. E. Roscnbefg, who will re- Wedding vtms wen? exchanged the Rosevilla Christian at 2 p.m. as Rev. Lee read (he ring certnwny for (he bride, ill fontier Debra Lynn Thomas, ;Mrs. Mast Thomas of Roseville, and the late Mr. liMiiSS, Ira me onasgrooni, son of Glenn Rosenberg, Hotel . Be* man was Mike Ad- 018. Guests were seated by Dan Thomas, Bryan .Thomas, broth* era of the bride, and Doug Watson, all of Roseville. Mrs. Thomas presented her mother with r .a , long-stemmed yellow rose as she walked to the attar to pledge her vows. Attends Miss Sandra K. Jenkins of Miami, Ffa., was maid of honor; Miss Dixine K. West of Geneseo and Mrs. William S. King of Keota, Iowa, bridesmaids. Given in marriage by her brother, Donald Max Thomas of Roseville, the bride carried a bouquet of yellow roses, >dalsies and gypsophila as the complement to her gown of white organza with peau d'ange lace appliques. Appliques were at the scoop neckline, waistline and formed a redingote effect on the front of the A-^ne skirt with crystal pleating marking the hemline. Chapel length illusion veiling was outlined in Mr. and Mrs. WUUa E. Rosenberg (Miss Debra Thomas) Attend Workshop Janet Jochbiwen, Anne Eddy, of General Henry Knox Society, Children of American Revolution, attended the Illinois State Society workshop at Mathiessen 9tftte Park. Mir Ottawa, en Situntoy. fivery year the Illinois State President of CAR. proposes a state project. This year it is to raise money for and to erect a home for four different species of birds m danger of extinction the River Trail Nature Cenin North Brook. To raise money, the CAR. is selling buttons which say, "Heip CA.R. Support Your Local Wildlife." Rebecca Parke Chapter, DAR seniors thai attended the workshop with the girls were Mrs. John W. Bailey, American Literature Chairman; Mrs. Pris* Eddy, Mrs. John R. Moreland, Mrs. Walter L. Johnson, Senior Society President. AAMA The American Association of Medical Assistants is having a Learning from Tuesday, July 31 ,..1973 9 iniiriTfnfniinvmmifi'v^ Wilt Celebrate Annivermry Mr. and Mrs. Cyril W. Butts, 715 Monmouth Blvd., will cele* brate their 25th wedding anniversary at an open house Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. in the social rooms of Corpus Christ! Church. Their children will host the event. Mr. and Mrs. Butts were married Aug. 7, 1948, at Corpus Christi Church. They have asked that gifts be omitted. 'I 1 * in- 'lr',|>,! 1 T * b seminar called be 9 in the evening was by Big John and the Mark IV. Mrs. Rosenberg, a graduate of Roseville High School and of Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing, is employed as a surgical nurse at St. Mary's Hospital. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mr. Rosen- (.ployed at Louis Lakis sales manager. matching lace and caught to a Camelot hat of lace trimmed with crystal pleating. Mrs. Gary Wickkiser of Galesburg was at the guest book at the reception which followed at the ohurah. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Don Thomas, sister-in- law of the bride, Miss Pat Heikes of Roseville and Miss Sharon Snow of DeKalb. Honors were accorded Miss STO 535 t!. TOPS Chapter Celebrates ira &fcA Fif * Anniversary at Sheraton mu^i. »v» the reception at the, — —« - , .... -...c ,.,..,.„„,.,, American Legion in Galesburg at the Salvation Army celebrated its fifth anniversary 01 • - Sheraton Motor Inn Leam" to be Sunday cm. to 4 p.m. at the Shera Motor Inn located at 1-74 and East Main Street, Galesburg It will consist of round tabi< workshop end open discussion All nurses, medical assistants, lab technicians, receptionists and medical secretaries are in* vited to attend. For further information one may call Mrs. Bernard Petrie, 271 N. Pleasant, or Mrs. Vincent Mooney, 1296 Harrison St. Witt Observe A nniversary Mr. and Mrs. Lee F. Anderson, 752 W. Losey St., will observe their 50th wedding anniversary With ah open house Sunday at the Holiday Inn. Friends and relatives are invited to attend between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. They were married in Peoria Aug. 6, 1923, and have resided at their West Losey Street home since that time. Mr. Anderson retired from the Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. in 1963. They request that gifts be omitted. •iwi fi i li' ill! to' ,\\\ HI"' .m I:UJ> The Tuesday evening TOPS II. Chapter 965 -.TO* come back announced in r 5S SOFT as New New * * w i our IVI •mm* II; lip- www: • 1 » 1^4 ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^l ^^^^^v includes Soft-Se^ at no extra charge judge the results * * yourself today [rs. Danny Allen was mistress Jim Haneghan was queen the week for losing the most Couple Selects weight and was crowned and r # presented a gift. Mrs. Stephen W CClding Uate Wilson was runner-up and pre- Miss Sylvia Sue Trimble and sented a white carnation. New James Wayne Buck, whose en officers introduced for 1973-74 ^^^ was Mrs. Samuel PoweH, secretary; ".f 3 * h ^ 1 *^ >g ** e - Vows Mrs. W** tNn. treasure i i*& t i mm friends flfpfl weight recorder. . | yited to ^ ceremony ^ ^ charter member, presented aJ^P^ to Mlow gift. Talks were also given by »• a " a . st d Srs. Gerald Healey and JMta. ^ ~ f & ^ James Greene, the guest speak-«™ ^ 1485 £ BiW)ks Prizes were won by Mrs. Davenport Milan as the only KOPS mem ber present, and Mrs. Jerry and Mrs. Larraine Witat. the club r , 1 ii>nh!iii •\ it P«' ! K; P/aw Opew House L Pian Opeit House Mr. and Mrs. Fred Whitmore, Gladstone, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at their home. All friends and relatives are invited. The couple was married Aug. 3. 1923, in Monmouth by Rev. C. C. French. Mr. Whitmore is farming and Mrs. Whitmore has been a Stanley dealer for the past ten years. The couple, who have been lifetime residents of Gladstone, are the parents of Mrs. Frank (Mary) Johnson, Leroy Whitmore, both of Gladstone, and Larry Whitemore of Hanna City. There are three grandchildren and five great grandchildren. The couple has requested that gifts be omitted. Wedding Will Be Aug. 11 In Monmouth Miss Cathy Sue Peterson and Ediwaird Dean Lee, whose engagement w,as previously anr Wedding Will Be October Miss Gene Anne Connor komas Patrick Hinton, v Monte Trimble ha (Continued Prom AfMOVID uevKi Haneghan. Each member was book ait the reception at Holi- gaven a carnation in celebration day Inn, Davenport, Iowa and of the anniversary. Miss Sharon Smith of Omaha, Members of the program and Neb., at the gift table. kOfrs were shared by Miss decorating committee were Mrs Milan, Mrs. Stephen Wlteon Allen and Mrs. Healey. Christ Walsh, Miss Emily Cunningham, bath of Omaha, Neb., and Miss Margie Kane of James- SEALED BAGS CLEANED MOTH PROOFED After a wedding trip and Aug Transportation Union Auxiliary ^ C0U P le wiU rcside 5 " SINCERITY LODGE Sincerity Ledge, United Offer Ends August meet Wednesday p.m. for a Dotluck dinner Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan RAY 17 i rM K AH JXKLT«nH t^th graduated from Creighton Eagles Club M wmkmimd jj ^Jfa 0m aha, where Mr. their families are invited, Mem- ^ Creighton ^^^!fJ2J University Law School and one cold dish, plus their own service. bers ing Take alone a supp when Camp Help (Continued From Page 8) Fremont Phone At Seminary Optn 6 a.m.-5 p.m. 343-2191 dry shampoo when you go on vacation. You may have time h m us with a sense of Dr regular shampoos but m an ^ emergency the dry shamnoo gratificat will save lots of time. nVll SAVE ' /3 T0 1/4 0N NNE 'UMMEK FASHIONS I tOJI ' DOORS OPEN 9 A.M. SHARP WEDNESDAY, AUG. 1st DRESSES* I TOPS 99c I !^ SHIFTS HALTERS 1 SUITS PROM -4*" iU0USE$ iA" I V* OFF PROM M I SH0RT 5 H SCHOOL $. Slttvtd T-Ntck SC99I WaihaWt Pli W $ 1199 I U"»H^ A »»t. from $l>99 $7.50 BODY SHIRTS *3 I $1900 DRESSES * I I | JEANS ODDS AND ENDS | | | MISTAKES—MISFITS *"] | |^V?ICLAIMEP 4 $98 Velvet Dresses -MM 2 $84 Jumpers 9\9M I 4 188 Pantsuits I $16 Cord. Jacket —-$7.98 I» Acryuc' J " 1M '""SCM^I TvltaUf" to'$U" ''I«M 1 $18 Oord. Slilft $7 .99 JSKIHTS vai. tosu v I n,» aKiiiTS ^_ KftEE"""" Whlle'They Last $8 »99 I Print Polyester $ii "99 KAPPIRS Reg. $8 J | SHIRTS Value $ p^p^pjAp^R^R^Rflphp^R^RB^R^R^R^R^R^R^B ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1 —•" - ™ 7 " " " p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^k WIMTPP I ^ PAY ONIY |, ( ( m CQA 1 ^ *f # j SHIRT Sr 59 • ——• limited GroMp R $6 5Q The Ettenbergs believe you in *t run an overcrowded camp irrectly because you lose all rial touch. And the couple Ferndale, N.Y. on the camp grounds so that they can available at all times. The kids have exercises, jing, bowling and jogging," Selma said, "and they go to summer stock theater and movies, too. I explain to them that we have a complete camping program and then throw in casually, 'Oh, yes, we are on a diet.' * "The kids get all foods but in controlled quantity. I tell them to buy pizza if they want it but {o buy it at the cheapest place so they'll get a small portion." Their weekly classes on nutrition tell how to take off weight and keep it off. "A lot of happy kids go home from here," she said. Selnia Ettenberg is also in- the Shane Mr. and Mrs. J. Max Hoffman, 302 N. Harshbarger St., Abingdon, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 5 p.m. at the First Christian Church in Abingdon. Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman were married August 4, 1923 at the Christian Church in Galesburg by Rev. Clark. They are the parents of John Tolle of Huntington Park, Calif., and Mrs. Harold (Joanne) Zenisek, Rockford. They also have six grandchildren and one great granddaughter. Hosts for the event will be Mr. and Mrs. Tolle and Dr. and Mrs. Zenisek. The couple has lived at the present address for the past 50 years. Mr. Hoffman was employed by the Illinois Power and Light Company for 40 years before retiring. They have requested that gifts be omitted. Ail Vedding Will Be August 4 In Abingdon Miss Sana McGrann and Frederick Becker, whose engagement was announced earlier, will be married Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Abingdon United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. Miss McGrann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McGrann, 600 N. Maple St., Abingdon, and her fiance is the son oi! Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt C. Becker, 612 Hannah Ave., Forest Park. Wedding Will Be Friday engagement was have selected Aug. Jidy ^^^^L as ftdr wedding date. Vows urday, Oot. 6, as their wedding 1^ ffl be ^ % pm at da „ t , J J the Immaculate Conception Vows will be exchanged dur- chur( , h Monmouth tag- a Nuptial Mass at 10 a .m.L.^ and Mves are in . at Corpus Christi Church. L ted to attend ^ c^ony Friends and relatives are in-L ^j roC eptiion to follow at the vited to the ceremony and re- Kirights of Coihiimbus HaM in ception to follow at the church. Monmouth. Miss Connor is the daughter I The Mde^cft is theidjurfj- . M „ QW| Mrc p R r ^nr ^ °f Mr, and Mrs. Russell G. 3f Mr. and Mrs. E.R. Oww, Pe:ter&m of near IAMte Y ork, 900 S. Whitesboro St., and her her ^mce is the son of iianoe, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice B. Lee Hinton. 1366 Wiliard Monmouth Miss Judith Adams and James D. MoMaster, whose engagement was announced in December, have selected Aug. 3 as their wedding date. ear ewelerA Vows will be pledged at 7 p.m. at Corpus Christi Church. Friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding and re ception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Adams of Oneida, and her fiance is the son of Rep. and Mrs. A. T. MoMaster of near Oneida. YOUR DOLLAR STORE SPECIAL i 0-Pc. Dessert Set Large Bowl 6 Serving Dishes Covered sugar Creamer $7.50 SUPER - CHEF CARVING KNIVES Slices - Cuts Frozen Food Mfg. Closeout $10.00 LADIES WATCH BANDS Yellow & White - Expansion NAPKINS 2 for price of 1 20% STATIONERY NOTEPAPER WHITE PANEIETTE SOME INITIAL PAI OFF MUGS SMALL PICTURES OFF On* Tray of Nice Jewelry DIAMONDS Engagement Wedding Bands Earrings Watches Pendants Birthstone Pearl Ruby Sapphire Lodge Etc. WATCHES Accumex Gents Ladies Hearts Pendant Spring A Summer Costume Jewelry Vases Bowls Sugar & Cream Reg. $6.98 ut Imported CRYSTAL erced Earring 1W J 1 teaching the low^akyrie cooking a mid-day television show. This camp is designed for a very real personal need. As one of the young campers put it, "My parents love me now. They don't pick on me anymore." That's one example of a new kind of camp that's tailored for a special need. There are others TOADSTOOL PLAQUES MANY MORE $ PAY iAROAINS ALU MERCHANDISE FROM REGULAR STOCK , " ^ * *c . — " " * " ^ See Our Lovely New Christmas Cards On Display — Imported and Brownie Skrivan Quality Qift Shop LARGEST SELECTION OF GIFTS Valiiti $3.50 Wide-Mod WATCH BANDS 2 Only SILVER TEA SETS LLFOLDS Values $7,50 $149.50 TRAVEL ALARMS Ooff HEART'S EWELERS Main 325 East Main Street Phone 343-3316 Give S&H G Stamps r • J A

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