Clipped From Galesburg Register-Mail
Miss Kathryn Rossow . . . The First Christian Church of Iowa City, Iowa, was the scene of the wedding for Miss Kathryn Lynn Rossow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rossow of near Masonville, Iowa, and John A. Bowman, son of Dr. and Mrs. John A. Bowman 6f near Abingdon, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at 2:30 p. m. as Rev. Robert Welch read the ceremony after I ~ — — - — UlbV<l guests had been seated by Fred Rossow of Cedar Falls, Iowa, Harlan Becker of Cedar Rapids, IOwa, and Malcolm McPhearson of Ffeeport. Best man was Jay Bowman, brother of the bridegroom, of near Abingdon. Miss Sally Evans of Davenport, Iowa, presented a piano solo. Mrs. Harlan Becker, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, matron of honor for her sister, carried a bouquet of pink and white daisies as the complement to her gown of pink and white flocked dotted Swiss trimmed with lace, having green ribbon insert. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, selected a dotted Swiss over taffeta empire styled wedding gown, trimmed with lace having pink velvet ribbon insert. She had a matching headband. Miss Rossow carried a bouquet of pink roses and pink and white daisies. Reception Among those serving at the reception were Mrs. Ruth Swaim of Galesburg, aunt of the bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. Bowman will reside at 1450 18th Ave., Apt. 6, Rock Island. Mrs. Bowman, a graduate of Manchester High School and the University of Iowa, is attending graduate school at the University of Iowa and will be teaching this fall at Muscatine Commu- inity College, Muscatine, Iowa. Mr. Bowman, a graduate of Abingdon High School and Cor- Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bowman (Miss Kathryn Rossow) nell College, Mt. Vernon, Iowa, served a tour of duty in Vietnam as a Scout Dog Handler in the 101st Airborne Division. A graduate of the University of Iowa Law School, Mr. Bowman was admitted to practice in Iowa and a member of the' firm of is Van De Kamp and Crampton, Rock Island.