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Monday, July 8, 1968 SOUTHERN ..ILLINOISAN. Page Seven Mr. and Mrs. David Srritzel (French) Mrs- Terry Collins Gilbert (Kennedy) Mr. and Mrs. David Michael Kelly Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Lfma (Rolando) Nuptial ceremonies of interest Southern-IHindis couples exchange wedding vows •Gerry Krenzelak and David Stritzel, both of Christopher, recently pronounced tiheir wed- ifling vows beneatih a stephanotis and daisies arch in the First Christian Church of Christopher. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Isabel Krenzelak of Christopher and George Krenzelak of Chicago, and Mr. Stritzel is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stritzel of Christopher. Gene Fox performed the candlelight ceremony.' Acoloytes were George Krenzelak Jr. of Christopher, brother ' of t h e bride, and Mike Stritzel of Christopher, nephew of the bridegroom. Given in marriage, by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of imported organza over bridal taffeta. The fitted bodice, had a scooped neckline and bridal point sleeves, with shadow inserts of pearl and crystal - trimmed Alencon lace. The jeweled lace also accented the empire waistline. The Arline skirt. had a detachable .train which fell from a self bow ir back. A jeweled crown, with lace petals and crystal and pearl trim, held in place the bride's Illusion fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of white Mrs. Kenneth Wayne Davis bridegroom is a student at Mis- IMCU a. vuuv^v.. w. - souri School of Mines. He is roses and lily of the valley atop employed by Inland Steel this a white Bible,- gift of Mr. and summer. Mrs. Oscar Gamber of Christopher. 'The bride is a 1968 graduate of Christopher Community High School, where she was valedictorian of her calss. She is employed this summer by Bonny Bread Bakery in Herrin. . Preceding Miss Krenzelak down the aisle were Mrs. Jeff Troutt of Christopher, matron of honor. She wore a gown of yellow dotted swiss and carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies with yellow streamers. •Valerie Konchetto and Deidre Bugaieski, both of Christopher, were bridesmaids. Their cage style gowns were aqua dotted swiss, and they carried colonial bouquets of daisies with;aqua streamers. Lori Stritzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Stritzel of Christopher, and.Danella Wall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wall of Murphysboro, both nieces of the bridegroom, were flower girls. Their floor length dresses were aqua dotted swiss, and the girls carried flower pet- Is. Steve Bowland of Christopher was best man. Groomsmen were- Larry Stritzel and Dick Stritzel, both brothers of the bridegroom, of Christopher. Stan Stritzel and Mike Stritzel, both nephews of the bridegroom of Christopher, and George Krenzelak Jr., of Christopher, als. seated guests. A reception in the lower ^ J, ^\,^/l>4WJA ••" •—••• -- , church auditorium followed the ceremony. Following their weding _trip SCHAEFER-GILBERT JVOWWIUK UKU v^ b ~., 'Sandra Lee Scbaefer, daugh to Miami Fla., the couple is at ter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond home at 609 S. Victor St., Chris- Schaefer of Mulkeytown, became topher for the summer, In the the bride of Terry Colbns Gil- fall Mr and Mrs. Stritzel will bert O f Christopher June 22. He move to Rona, Mp., where the is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Gilbert of Christopher. The Rev. Everett Gott performed the evening ceremony in Greenwood United Methodist Church, which was decorated ANDRESEN-DAV1S • I with candelabra and baskets of Joyce Elizabeth Andresen be- white gladioli. came the bride of Ken Uaiill? UUC wi*w^ V* —— - neth Wayne Davis, in an after- daughter to the altar. She wore noon wedding ceremony July a floor lengfo cage style gown The Rev. Eric de Brier of. D. lilC itCY. J^Ul- WO *-Ti-.-* W. ,,„„_. ,, ficiated at the First Presbyter- featured a white satin sheath ian Church in Carbondale, The bride is the daughter of Prof, and Mrs. John W. Andresen of Carbondale. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Davis of Cambria. The bride wore a floor-leng- h gown, fashioned by her mother. She wore a fingertip veil of silk illusion and carried a cascade of white roses, lillies- of-the-valley and ivy. Gayle Andresen of Carbondale served her sister as maid of honor, She wore an A-line gown of yellow linen and carried a bouquet of white daisies. The bridesmaid was Barbara Arnold of Carbondale. She had a gown and flowers identical to the maid of honor. Gary Davis of East St. Louis was best man, and Glen Davis of Collinsville served as. groomsman. Both are brothers of the bridegroom. Bruce Andresen, brother of the bride, was usher. Acolytes were Kevin and Keith Shea. A reception was held in the church reception hall following the ceremony. Both the bride and bridegroom attend Southern Illinois University. BLOOMING POTTID MUM PLANTS 55.95 ~ $ 6.95 North 22nd and Logan Murphysboro Mr. Schaefer escorted his whicib she made. The gown with lace overlay. An A-line line, which was accented by a white velvet ribbon. The lace train was attached at the shoulders. The bride's tiered nylon tulle veil, appliqued with lace daisies, way attached to a handmade crown of crystals. Miss Schaefer carried a white Bible topped with roses and an orcihid, Patricia Gossett and Joyce Schaefer, sisters of the bride, were matron of honor and maid of honor. Another sister, Judy Schaefer, was bridesmaid. . Their floor length, A-1 i n e gowns and veils were also made by the bride. The light pink satin and lace cage creations had pink velvet ribbon trim. The attendants each carried a single long-stermned'pink rose. Amanda Jane Osborn,. flower girl wore a dress identical to that of the other attendants, and' carried a basket of pink rose petals. Bill Rogers was best man, and groomsmen were Mike Gilbert and Pete Saineghi. Randy Gilbert, Gene Lacerf and Don Leath were ushers, and Jeffrey Dale Gossett, nephew. : of, th e bride, was ring bearer. Acolytes were Randy and Jeanenne Gilbert, .brother 'and sister .of the bridegroom. Following the-marriage ceremony, a .reception was held in the cturch'basement. After a wedding trip to- Florida, the couple will reside at 306 -S. Emma St., • Christopher. The new Mrs. Gilbert is employed, by the Bank- of .Christopher, and Mr. Gilbert is employed by the Gilbert,Funeral Home in Christopher. GRAUL-CREWS The First United Church of Christ Evangelical and Reformed in Du Quoin .was the scene of the wedding of Priscella Ann Graul to Charles Crews. The Rev. Fred Fieker performed the double' ring, late May. ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Graul of Du, Quoin are the bride's parents. Mr. Crews is -the son of Mrs. Henry. Crews of Elkvffle. Ben A. Walker, uncle 'of the bride, was organist, 'and presented a half hour wedding concert before the ceremony. Miss Graul, escorted • by • her father, wore a floor-length, Aline gown of Grecian design. The peau de soie gown featured a fitted mandarin neckline and long sleeves. Her veil was of seven-tiered silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of baby breath, white roses, stephanotis and ivy. • • Mrs. Wayne Halstead served as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Tom'-Adams and Mrs. John Perulfi,. of • St. Louis, Mo., roommates of the bride from DePaul School of Nursing, and Mrs. Larry Hot- -tes of Du Quoin. -The attendants wore floor- length gowns of blue silk linen,, with a panel encircled with white daisies. They carried baskets of white and blue daisies, baby's breath and bachelor buttons. Mary Petry of St. Louis, niece of flhe bridegroom, was flower girl. She wore, a dress similar to the, bridesmaids, and with a-similar basket in miniature. Brent Crews, nephew of the bridegroom, was the ringbear- er. Best man was-Tom Marek of DC Quota. The groomsmen were Steven E. Graul, brother of the bride, Galen Wright of Murphysboro, brother-k-law of the bridegroom, and Larry Hottes of Du Quoin. The reception was- held immediately following the ceremony at the Knights of Columbus Hall, where a buffet luncheon was served. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, La,, the couple is residing in Murphysboro. HICKMAN-KELLY Mary Lynn Hickman and David Michael Kelly were married at 7:30 p.m., June 15, in the home of the bride in Carbondale. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Addison Hickman, 702 W. Sycamore St., Carbondale.. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Kelly of Kankakee. The Rev. Roy Griebel performed the ceremony before the simple white mantel in the living room, with families and friends in attendance. The service was preceded by taped folk music appropriate to the occasion. The bride, given in marriage by-her farther, wore a street- length white lace dress with long sleeves and a Peter Pan SHOP MURDALE Shopping Center,. .Carbondale cottar. Her corsage was of white carnations, complemented with lilies-of-the-valley. Mrs. R. C. Hempstead, of Springfield, Ohio, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a street-length beige linen dress with' embroidered eyelet trim. Mark Hickman, brother of the bride, was best man. An informal reception was held in the home following the ceremony. The couple drove to the Wisconsin Dells area for their wedding trip. They are at home at 2921 S. Michigan Ave., Chicago. The bride received her M.A. degree at Kansas University in June. Mr. Kelly is in computer programming at the Northern Trust Co., Chicago. Both received their bachelor's degrees at Southern Illinois University. MATH IS—LIMA Marjorie Ann Mathis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd P.. Mathis of Du Quoin, became the bride of Joseph E. Lima in a June 14 ceremony at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Du Quoin. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lima of Du Quoin. The Rev. Joseph Duehren officiated at the double ring eve- ening wedding. Given by her father, the .bride was gowned in candlelight satin fashioned with empire lines and A-line style. Venice lace bands trimmed the fitted waist line and sleeves. Her elbow length bouffant veil was of silk inported English illusion. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. Matron of- 'honor was Mrs. David Taylor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Murray Beck and Judy Rice. Cindy Solliday, niece of' the bride, .was flower- girl. AH were dressed in identical gowns of topaz chiffon with bell - flower sleeves and empire waistlines. Each carried a, bouquet of yellow, blue and white daisies. Best man was David Taylor. William 'Daulby and Alan Cato were groomsmen. Ushers were Murray Beck and Mark Maclin. Ringbearer was David Lima, nephew of the bridegroom. A reception in the Parish Cen- ter followed the ceremony. The bride is a senior at Southern Illinois University, majoring in elementary education. She is employed at' Lentz Hall office, SIU. The bridegroom is also an SIU senior, majoring in microbiology, and is employed in the payroll department at Lentz Hall. Both ae 1965 graduates of Du Quoin Township High School. . The couple is at home at 106 S. Forest St., Carbondale. WITH SALAD Lightly roll cream cheese balls in finely grated orange rind: serve with tossed green salad after a curry dish. DID YOU? Did you know that you can bake packaged angelfood cake mix in cupcake pans? Nice to frost and garnish SALE Summer Maternity Wear THE GAIETY SHOP 1112 North Johnson Marion, Illinois Fly the Swift Birds to CHICAGO MILWAUKEE ST. LOUIS SPRINGFIELD Ship packages fcsf, low-cost! 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