Judith Dunlap wedding

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Judith Dunlap wedding - Coupl Exchang Promis Wearing a velvet atMl lace...
Coupl Exchang Promis Wearing a velvet atMl lace emi^lre gtm, Miss Judith Ann Dunlap beeame the bride of Richard E. Anderson in a cere^ tnony Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in Monmouth. Rev. Patrick Flaherty read the double ring ceremony at a p.m. for the bride, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Dale Dunlap, near Moittnouth, and the bridegroom, bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Anderson, Kcithsburg. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a colonial colonial arrangement comprised of red roses, white mums and gypsophila, tied with red rib* bons. A fingertip length mantilla mantilla with lace accents completed completed her ensemble. Atteadanta Mrs. Phillip Bergren was matron matron of honor, while the bride's sister, Miss Jill Dunlap, was bridesmaid. Both are from near Monmouth. Vickie Garret, Seaton, was flower girl, and John Martin, Davenport, Iowa, ringbearer. Gary Bass, Monmouth, was best man, while Charles Anderson, Anderson, the bridegroom's brother brother from Little York, served as groomsman. Guests, who later attended a reception at the American Legion Legion Building in Monmouth, were seated by the bride's brother, Larry Dunlap, Normal, and Kieth Garret, Seaton, the bridegroom's brother-in-law. The newlyweds, graduates of Yorkwood High School, will live at 516 W. Second Ave., Monmouth, Monmouth, after a honeymoon trip. Mrs. Anderson, a graduate of Mr. anA Mn; Richard Anderso (Miss Jtiditb Dnnlap) Carl Sandburg College, where her husband attended, is employed employed at Farmers Home Administration Administration Office in Mon- f an tan mouth. Her husband served two years in the Armed Forces and works at Trimble Construction Co., Monmouth. Give Program Hostesses for the Gale Elves 4 -H Club meeting recently were Beth and Mary Pilgram, 1627 N. Cherry St. During the business meeting, committee assignments assignments for the ensuing year were announced. Susan Cannon gave a demonstration demonstration on how to make seven- layer cookies, £ftid Liz Brady described "Customs and Holidays Holidays in Mexico" for her international international food project. Raritan Baptist Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss DeAnn Overstreet, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Overstl'eet of Raritan, and Earl E. Waller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Waller of Vermont, on Jan. 19. Rev. Dan Vititoe read the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. for the couple after guests had been seated by Mike Hendel, Hendel, Van Adkisson, both of Roseville, Roseville, and Kim Sparrow of Youngstown. Best man for his brother was Lyle Waller of Vermont. Serving as honor attendant for her sister was Mrs. David Barber of Raritan. Mrs. Merle

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  1. Galesburg Register-Mail,
  2. 30 Jan 1974, Wed,
  3. Page 9

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