Uncle Chuck and Aunt Sharon's wedding
Marriage Solemnized On Sunday PEARL CITY — Nuptial vows were repeated at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon in First Methodist Church by Miss Sharon Kay Croffoot and Charles Knoup. Miss Croffoot is the daughter of Lee Croffoot. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Knoup are parents of the bridegroom. White and parakeet blue pompons, candles and white satin bows decorated the church for the double-ring service performed by the Rev. E. S. DeSpain. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Roy Croffoot. Vocal selections were sung by Paul Stephan. A Cascade Bouquet , J^tte?' g ' Ven ln - marria 8 e by a Chantilly gown with a scalloped Sabrina neckline, re-embroidered with iridescent sequins. The elongated basque waistline accented the bouffant skirt, which featured scalloped lace panels. The long lace sleeves ended in points over the wrists. Her finger-tip veil of imported English illusion was held by a scalloped crown of seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white and parakeet blue pompons, centered with a white orchid. Miss Joyce Kopp of Freeport was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Eileen Croffoot and Mrs. Neil Dittmar, sister of the bridegroom. Their dresses ot parakeet blue velveteen featured three - quarter - length sleeves, Sweetheart necklines and full skirts. Each carried a cascade bouquet of parakeet blue and white pompons. Flower Girl In White The flower girl was Celeste Schreiner of Mount Carroll. Her dress of white organza was trimmed with lace. Parakeet blue and white pompons formed her headpiece. Candles were lighted by Miss Deborah Schreiner of Mount Carroll. She was dressed in white decorated the church. Miss Lu- Martin Luther room for the recep- Verne Eden was organist. Vocal!lion. Assistants included Mrs. selections were provided by Misses Lou Ann and Ruby Eden. The tulle bridal gown featured an off-the-shoulcler neckline, long lace sleeves and a lace panel flowing diagonally from the waistline into a chapel-length train. A pearl crown held the bride's finger-tip veil. Red roses formed her crescent bouquet. Bouquet Of Mums, Roses The maid of honor, Miss Faith Richard Brophy, Miss Lou Ann Eden and Misses Chris and Pat Albright. Both Employed Here The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Beyer, Ridott Route 1, was graduated from Lena- Winslow High School. She is employed- by Micro Switch in Freeport. Mr. Eden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eden, Stockton Route Klaas, of Lena, had a princess- 2. A graduate of Stockton High School, he is employed by Sani- line dress of ice blue taffeta with matching satin sash. The sash tied in a large bow at the back with streamers extending to the hemline. A matching hat and a bou- tary Laundry. After a short honeymoon the couple will live at HOa',2 S. Chicago Ave. MRS. CHARLES KNOUP and pompons. A large while bell was placed in front of the cake. The pujieh was served from a organza and had a wrist corsage!bowl decorated at the base with of white and parakeet blue pom-!greens and pompons. Lighted pons. j candles were floated in the punch. Gordon Garnhart was best man. J Assisting with serving were were Bill Sunderman j Mmes. Roger Bremmer, Victor of Freeport and Neil Ditlmar. as ushers were Edward, The wcl ' e Brian! Barklow, John Weagley, Clarence Brinkmeier, Laurence Busch, Bur- aud Robert Knoup, all|dette Parkinson, Virgil Hardacre brothers of the bridegroom. iand Ray Groesinger. Also helping were Misses Karen Woker, Judy Koch, Jill Croffoot, Darla Groesinger, Joyce Barklow, Carol Parkinson, Trudy Barklow, Bonnie Liphart, LaVonne Weagley and Judy Woker. Schrciner of Mount Carroll. Topped \Vilh Figurines A reception followed in the church parlors. The tiered cake, topped with a bride and groom Pearl City High School in 1059 and is employed as a waitress by Martha's Cafe in Pearl City. Mr. Knoup attended Pearl -City schools. He is engaged in construction work. '* i The couple left on a (wo-week honeymoon trip to Florida. They will make their first home in Pearl City. There are an estimated 2fl,900 supermarkets in the U.S. which dp U8% of all the retail grocery business. 84% of these supermarkets use newspapers regularly for their advertising. figure, was encircled with green's i The bride was graduated from!