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% 1 -4 i p - 4 , Golesbur :-:w 4- » rave Susan eaians Beckham daughter of Mr. and Mi*. Allot Beck- him, 909 N. KeMogg St., U working in the oKk* at Rorwe Mamiactaring Co. this ami* titer. She'll be a junior at Knox CoHege this fall. Dan Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack L. Snyder, 1443 N. Cherry St., is working this summer at Gale Products Division of Outboard Marine Corp. He will be a sophomore this fall at Western Illinois University, Macomb, where he is enrolled in the pre-veterinary nvedicine program. Larry Barp, son <rf Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Earp, Lakeland Addition, is a senior at the University of Illinois. He is working this summer part- time at the Salo Ctip Co., Urbana, attends summer school, and teaches at the Music Camp at the University. A bassoonist, he was a member of the Opera Symphony, which played for the four performances of Don Giovanni by Mozart, on Aug. ^ the Festival Theatre, Krannert Center for the Perforating Arts. N Michael Lisctowe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Lischwe, 2445 Costa Dr., is attending summer school at the University oi South Carolina, Columbia, SC. In the fall he will be a freshman at the Illinois College of Optametay, Chicago. Richard Owen and Sheri White, both of Abingdon, wffl enroll as freshmen at Augus- tana CoHege, Rock Bland, this fall. Both were graduated from Abingdon High School this past spring- Owen is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Owen, 308 East Adams* Me was a three-sport letterman in high school and was captain and most valuable player on the football team his senior year. Owen has accepted an athletic scholarship to attend Augus- tana. Miss White, top scholar in her senior class, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William White, Rural Route 1. She was a member of the National Honor Society at Abingdon and was her class valedictorian. Miss White has accepted an honor scholarship and an Illinois State Scholarship to attend Augustana. Richard Deane Johnson of near Gifeon, has completed scholastic work for a master's degree from Rail State University. He has been studying at the U.S. Air Force Base at Ramstein, Germany, in the Bail State/Air Force^ponsor- ed graduate program with a major in counselling. Siimuiliar programs in this and other areas of graduate study are offered hy Ball State at 16 Air Force bases located in England, Germany, The Netherlands, Greece and Spain. Among the current graduates are members of the military and supporting personnel from 31 states who hold degrees from 52 different col* leges and universities; The aim of the BaU State/ Air Force program is to students in current military assignments and to heilp them make the transition to civilian enjoyment when ihey leave the military, •nr.* ummer Don E. Bowen, sort of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Bowin, 1079 N. Cherry St., will return to the University ot Illinois as a Junior majoring in math and education. He is working the Fairs this summer selling cotton candy. Terry L. Anderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson, 855 Johnston St., is working at the City Waterworks, tie is a junior at Western Ityi* n6is University. Rex Gulson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Lennes Gulson, 1095 S. Farnham St., is one of 150 students who have been selected to receive music activity awards for the 1973-74 school year at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. i Patricia L. Webber will begin her freshman year at Illinois State University in the fall. This summer she has been working at Kinney Shoe Store. Her brother, Bob, a senior at Western Illinois University, is working as a security guard at Admiral's. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Webber, 469 Kings Canyon Rd. Gloria Bohan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Bohan, 45 Park Lane, is working for Barat College of the Sacred Heart, Lake Forest this sum- Calendar of MOTHERS OP WW II Mothers ot World War II, Unit 51, will meet Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the home ot Mrs. Carrie Hook, St. Augustine. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Everyone attending is asked to bring a dish ot food and own table service. i J i 1 You'd never guess what the trio of travelers are eating in he above picture. You 're wrong . . it's salt water taffy from the Knox County Fair. The collegians, who have been traveling in Europe, were met at O'Hare International Airport by Galesburg friends who brought them the candy from the Fair. Steve Robinson, left, Nathan Anderson and Jl spent the last six weeks traveling throughout Europe by VW van, along with Jim Miller of Chicago, who graduated from Knox College in June. Steve, the son of Mrs. Richard R. Robinson, 778 Pine Si, and the liaite Mr. Robinson* will attend Carl Sandburg College in %e fall. Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs. El Nathan Anderson of Brussels, Belgium, former Galesburg residents, will also be a student at Carl Sandburg College, while Jim, son of Mr. mer, where she is a junior. |and Mrs. C. D. Neubaum, 1715 Beth Prough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Spence Prough, 546 Hackberry Rd., will be a sophomore at Knox CoHege in the fall. She is working at Dairy Queen. Janet Stoerzbach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stoerzbach, 979 N. Prairie St., will be attending the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., this fall as a sophomore in the School of Nursing. She is working for the recorder of deeds at the Courthouse. Julie Crisman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Crisman, 414 Lawrence Ave., is a member of the cast of "Oklahoma," which will be presented by the Summer Music Theatre at Western Illinois University this weekend and next weekend. Performances will be at 8 p.m. in Browne Hall Theatre this evening and next Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. * ^^^^^ Julie A. Wilds, daughter of Mrs. Helen A. Wilds, is working in the Nursing Service Department at Galesburg State Research Hospital. Julie is a junior at Illinois State University. • Kerry Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Swanson, 649 S. Academy St., is working this summer at United Facilities, Inc., 1557 S, Henderson St. He wil|l be a sophomore at Knox College this fall. Rita Ann Marveili, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Mar­ veili, 150 Circle Dr., is working at Household Finance in Normal. This fall she will be a senior at Illinois State University. Christie Ferguson, junior at Knox College, is working as a lifeguard at Lake Storey this summer. Her brother, Roger, will begin his freshman year at Illinois State University in the fall. He is working at Butler's. They are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Conley Ferguson, 85 N, Arthur Ave. Editor's Note: Any information about collegians and their summer jobs would be appreciated. News may be sent or phoned to the Women's Department of the Register-Mail. Mama Dr., is a junior at Knox OoCtege. Nathan and Jim, both 1970 graduates of GHS, have spent the last five months traveling about Europe. First a week was spent in The Netherlands, where tliey traveled by car. Later they did some hitchhiking, but most of the travel was by student rail passes. Three days were spent with a German family, who are friends of the Neubaums, in Lahr, Germany, on the edge of the Black Forest. Then, during their travels, in southern Spain, they met Bob Jordan, a Mend of Jim's father, who took them to Morocco to spend a week. odevi Ck Wa ng down a street in Vi- the two travelers met erma, Mark Clemens, a collegian from ISU, who was studying this summer in Salzburg, Germany. Through him they saw Roxie Bowman, from Galesburg, who is also studying in Germany this summer. One of the best spots, according to Jim, was Greece. Here the people-were the friendliest and the country and cli­ mate the best. One thing that impressed him was the fact that most of the European young people could speak from two to three languages, while the Americans for the most part, only spoke Engttelv Incidentally Jim took French in high school and "hated every minute of it." When he left for Europe he took along a litMe book, to help him with his French. But by the time he had traveled a little, his French had improved to Hie extent, that one saleslady complimented him on his French. One thing they learned quickly was the numbers in the various languages, this helped when they were buying various items. Sandwiched in between visiting and talking with all the people they met, the young men visited museums, cathedrals, castles, and included all the spots that one usually visits while in Europe. Providing an excellent record of his trip, for Jim at least, will be the 400 or more pictures he's took while in Europe. ——I.E.B. (Register-Madl photo by Steve Stout) GOOD NEIGHBORS CLUB Good Neighbors Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Hanna, near Gerlaw. Section III will be in charge of arrangements. OLDER AMERICANS Knox County Co-ordinating Association for Older Americans will meet Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the Community Room at Moon Towers. #w Project 3, geratrics day care, for the wedding of Miss Judith Linn Board and Harold Nicholas will be explained. Horn Jr. J. David Long, campus minister of Illinois State University LULAC land Illinois Westeyan Universi- cene etemonu The Roseville Christian Church was the setting Saturday LULAC will meet Sunday at ty, read the double ring cere- 6:30 p.m. for a regular session mony at 3:30 p.m. for the bride, in St. Patrick's Church social daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Harold Beard, of near Roseville, and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. Horn rooms. GENEALOGY SOCIETY The Knox County Genealogy Sr » Clinton. Society will meet Monday at Preceding the bride were her 7 p.m. at the Trinity Lutheran sister, Miss Deanna Beard, Church. The program will be a Roseville, maid of honor; Mrs. panel discussion among mem- Mark Skavun, Cleveland, Ohio, bers. and Miss Pamela Bell, Peoria, bridesmaids. DOWNARD - REED REUNION M}sg Bewd cafried a The annual Downard - Reed ^ w hite daisies on a white fam- reunion will be at Lake Storey ji y Bible as a complement to Sunday, Aug. 19. A noon pot- \# r or ganza gown, fashioned luck will be held. Those at- w itii Lantern sleeves and softly tending are being asked to bring gathered skirt. Nottingham lace a covered dish and own tafole trimmed the high collar, flocked Election of officers bodice, cuffs and raised waist- service, will be held. SENIOR CITIZENS line. Her Mantilla silk illusion veiling, edged in Nottingham lace, was oh apel-length. The Nelson, Peoria, Steven Denny, Bloomington and Rick Balineif, Monmouth. Reception After the ceremony, a recetk- tion was held for the couple in the church fellowship hall. The host couple was Mr. and Mrs. Rick Balmer, Monmouth. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Mrs. John Dean, Beecher. Serving honors were given Miss Carolyn Murphy, Monmouth; Mrs. Donald Nelson, Peoria; Mrs. Lyle Pierce, Monmouth, and Miss Jaim Coffman, Peoria. After a trip to the New Eng. land states, the couple will reside at 911 Ninth St., Hilltop Mobile Home Park, Blooming* ton. aren A nnounce Bill Tipsword will speak on bride carried a lace handker- the recent changes in Social chief which was carried by her Mrs. of Horn, a graduate Roseville High School and Illinois Wesleyan University School of Nursing, will be a member of School of Nursing faculty begin Security following the Monday great-grandmother on her wed- rung the end of August. She is 6 p.m. potluck. A question and ding day 88 years ago answer period will conclude the James Horn, Clinton, program 7 Miss Helen Leung < K Mr. and Mrs. Tong Leung of Hong Kong announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Helen, to Thomas Michael Anderson, son of Mrs. Lee Folger, 1555 E. Main St. Miss Leung is a student at Carl Sandburg College. Her fiance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed by the City of Galesburg as a policeman. Wedding vows will be exchanged Wednesday, Aug. 29, at 2 p.m. at Central Congregational Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. NARFE The National Association of Retired Federal Employees will have a picnic at Little John Conservation Club in Victoria Tuesday at noon. In case of rain the meeting will be held at the Victoria Lions Club building. HARRINGTON HOME Board of Management of the Louise T. Harrington Home for Children will meet Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Shike of Alexis announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda, to Richard McKeown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don McKeown, also of Alexis. The bride-elect was graduated from Alexis High School, as was her fiance. Mr. McKeown, a graduate of Carl Sandburg College, is employed at Alexis Motor Co., as an auto body repairmen. a member of Alpha Tau Delta was nursing sorority. Her husband, best man for his brother, a graduate of Clinton High Ernest Smith's orchestra m\\ Groomsmen were Daniel Met- School and Illinois State Univer* play for mixed dancing Wednes- tler? Bloomington, the bride-sity, is teaching at Lincoln day at 7 p.m. Finger foods groom's b r o t h e r-in-iaw, and Christian College in Lincoln, will be served. Mercer Turner, Wapella, the He is a graduate student at Prizes will be awarded and bridegroom's cousin. Lincoln Christian Seminary and finger foods served at the pitch Quests were seated by Donald Illinois State University, party Thursday at 6:30 p.m. All meetings of the Senior Citizens are at the YMCA clubrooms. uAAer Winners on the Fairway SOANGETAHA Immaculate Conception Church in Monmouth was the setting Saturday afternoon as wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Martha Ann Musser of Smithshire and Michael L. Menton of Washington, Iowa. The Rev. Paul Showalter officiated at the double-ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the daughter of Mr. and net. Miss Linda Shike Mr. and Mrs. John Bliss of Vinton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jama, to Steve Runyan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Runyan of rural La Porte. A November wedding is being planned. Mr. Runyan is a graduate of Marshalltown Community College. They will both be attending Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, this fall. Miss Jama Bliss Announce Daughter's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Nied of near Aledo announce the marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Michael Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller of Prophetstown, Aug. 4. The ceremony was read at 7 p.m. at the Norwood United Presbyterian Church in the presence of the immediate families Attendants were Mrs. Linda' Shannon of Alexis and James Sibley of Prophetstown. Play tor the day at Soange- Mrs. Ray C Musser of Smilth- taha Countiy Club was for low store, and the son of Mrs. J. Glenn, and the late Mr. Menton. . .* Unt}Aa n r .ojov Donaild Kaprann of Secor, Gunther, Mrs. Brian FuMmer, ' > Flight B, Mrs. Robert Manner, J» and Flight C, Mrs. James But- Attending the couple was j r James G. Menton of Eureka, a Winners for 18 holes of play pother of taltam, and w ^^Ctopionship FMght, Mrs. ***** «f». **% ^ charf Say Mendr^tA, Mrs. Henneirfent of Biggsvxile. Dale Ruedig; Flight B, Mrs. Completoig the wedding party Jack Glasman, and Flight C, was the bride 's sister, Miss Karen Musser, as flower girl. Re-embroidered Chantilly Dace trimmed the high neckline, empire bodice, and cuffs of the Bishop sleeves of the long white angel-mist empress gown, selected by the bride for her wedding. Lace appliques also trimmed the full sleeves, and the coupon LINDVS TBEHD OF BEAUTY US Phillipt y Wh. 343-7«W 74 Coupon good Aug. 6- jbAug. 18, 1973 for M FREE Hair Shaping f m with Your 1st Sham- K Ltpoo * Set. Evt. App'U. Available Following the ceremony a family dinner was held at MeV ing's Restaurant, Monmouth. Mrs. Miller, <a graduate of Alexis High School, is employed at Mercer County Hospital, Aledo. Mr. Miller, a graduate of Prophetstowp High School, is employed at Harney - Morgan Co., Aledo. After a wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside at 204 E. Main St., Aledo, until Sept. 15, Mrs. Sam Spink. Play was completed tor the club championship tournament. Winners for nine holes were Flight A, Mrs. Gary Gunther, runner-up, Mrs. Brian Fullmer; Flight B, Mrs. Mariner, runner up, Mrs. Russ Barstow; Flight C, Mrs. Jack PaJko, runner-up, Mrs. John BoydsUuu Winners for 18 holes were Championship, Mrs, Mendrek, runner-up, Mrs. Wayne Goodale; Flight A, Mrs. William Artz, runner-up, Mrs. Larry Kennedy; Flight B, Mrs. Al Christiansen, runner-up, Mrs. Charles Paisley; Flight C, Mrs. Jaime s Sherwood, runner-up, Mrs, Robert Dredge. BRACKEN Golf play for the Lake Bracken Country Club women golfers was tor blind bogey, Winners were Championship flight, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, first, Mrs. Jack Sw4gart, second; First Flight, Mrs. David Palmer, first, Mrs. Joseph Tunzi, second; Second Flight, Mrs. Carl Sauter, first, Mrs. Dale Nelson, second; lYiird Flight, Mrs. Barry Brown, first, Mrs. Don Gilienwater, second. Senior Citizens winners for low net were Championship, Mrs. Bertha Nelson; First Flight, Mrs. Pauline Shank; same lace was repeated as a wide border effect on the skirt and on the attached chapel- length train. For something borrowed, the bride chose to wear her sister's veil of English illusion, caught to a face- framing clip of Chantily lace and satin leaves, edged with tiny seed pearls. A snow shower bouquet of white carnations, stephanotis and gypsjophila was carried by the bride. Reception Host and hostesses at the reception which followed at the Sheraton Motor Inn in Galesr burg were Mr. and Mis. Gary Gibb of Kirk wood, and Miss lililie Marie Musser of Smith- j i i • i in • J. • •* • ••• ••••••• • ^**-m (Continued on Page 7) SOX your feet pair bold bright, bicycle sox now in a variety of styles . , . $2.25 to $3.50 j * calico Second Flight, Mrs. Kathleen when they wili reside in Ma-jpjne, afM j -piigH, Mrs. comb, where both will be at-jg am F 0 , s ter. tending Western Illinois State monday & friday 10-9 $aturday & weekdays 10-5 University. (Continued on Page 7) Chip-ins were made by Mrs. Richard Watson and Mrs. Jerry Fritz. 78 so. itminar Isibur hont 2212 t

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