Clipped From The Daily Herald
^^ light- will is its Leave Church Under Sword Arch Lt. and Mrs. William Collins Jr Installed, Honored Guides were installed and Collegians honored at the July 9 chapter meeting of the Des Plalnes Chapter, Women of the Moose. Mrs. Leonard Mix and Mrs. Thomas Gach were installed as Guides Chapter. Miss June Gustafson and Miss Anne Matlin were the new enrollees. Mrs. Will Friberg, newest Collegian of the chapter, told of her trip to Mooseheart where she joined 745 other Treasure Island chapel U.S. Naval Station, San Francisco, Calif., was the scene of a military wedding June 21, when Beverly Marie Ring!, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anthony Rtogl became the bride of Lt. William Gerard Collins Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Collins of Arlington, Mass. The Charles Ringls live at 962 E. Grant Drive, Des Plaines. The 3 p.m. nuptials were performed by Father Gill. Mrs. Locke was the soloist and Miss Rooney, organist. The guests joined to the singing of "By Our Love" at the offertory of the Nuptial Mass. An arch of crossed swords was formed by the ushers on the steps of the church following the ceremony. FOR HER WEDDING the bride chose a polyester-organza, floor-length white gown with Empire bodice and high standup neckline. Venice lace covered the bodice and topped the full sheer detachable -train, the bouffant veil consisted of three tiers of silt Illusion attached to a Caraetot hat of Venice lace. She carried a cascade bouquet of white sweetheart roses, blue bachelor buttons and baby's breath. Charles Ring! escorted Us daughter to the altar Â«'h : h was banked with bouquets of pink, yellow and white mums accented with blue bachelor buttons. Large pink and yellow bows marked the pews. Mrs. Margaret Rtogl BrueU, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a maize polyanza floor-length gown. The Cametot sleeves and Empire bodice were trimmed with Venice lace and the skirt had full gathered sides and back. She carried a nosegay of yellow sweetheart roses, bachelor buttons and baby's breath and had a matching band of flowers to her hair. Attending the bride was Mrs. Ann Vojnovich of Charleston, who wore a pink polyanza floor-length dress styled the same as that worn by Mrs. Bruehl. Her flowers were pink sweetheart roses, bachelor buttons and baby's breath. JONATHAN WARBURG was best man and the groomsman was Lt Dennis Ha- ley. Lt. Commander Joseph King, Lt Richard Andrews and Lt Thomas Pritchett seated the guests. The men an wore full dress navy blue uniforms. Mrs. Rtogl chose a pink, street-length suit for her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Collins wore a cream, street-length suit. Both had corsages of pink sweetheart roses, bachelor buttons and baby's breath. The reception was held at the Fleet Admiral Nimitz Club., U.S. Naval Station to San Francisco. Miss Maryann Palicka, cousin of the bride, attended the bride's book. After a wedding trip to Yosemite National Park, the newiyweds wiU reside to Vallejo, Calif. The neq Mrs. Collins received her degree from Northern Illinois University and served as a nurse to the Navy two years. She is presently earning a M.S. degree from the University of California Medical Center to San Francisco. COLLINS RECEIVED a B.A. degree physics from Harvard and was commissioned from the U.S. Naval Officer Candidate School where he graduated honor man class 1964. He completed Naval Nuclear Power Training and Destroyer School and served on the USS Wedderburn (DD684.) was engineer officer of the USS Ramsey (DEG 2) and now serves to the engineering department aboard the USS Long Beach (CGN9.) Out of town guests attending the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rtogl, Des Plaines; Mr. and Mrs. John Bruehl, Jeffrey and Alan, Normal, Dl.; Mr. and Mrs. John Bruehl Jr., Bloomington, HL; Mrs. Edward Palicka and Miss Mary aim Palicka, BrookfieM, ID.; Mrs. Orvil Colvto, Des Plaines; and Donald Charleston, Sandwich, Dl. Coming from Massachusetts were Mr. and Mrs. William Collins, Miss Eva Collins and Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan Warburg. Mr. and Mrs. James Shimer of Topeka, Kan., also attended. Mrs. Ruth Rivers, grandmother of the bride, came from Atlanta, Ga., and and Mrs. Edward Rtogl and Edward traveled from Anchorage, Alaska.