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a Miss Zielke- (Continued from Page 9) miniature carnations and gypso- phila. Walks With Father Escorted by her father, who also gave her in marriage, the bride had a Camelot hat of Alen- con lace, outlined in circlets of seed pearls, which held her waist - length illusion veiling. Pearled and crystalled Chantilly lace formed the yoke bodice and dropped shoulder effect of the white chiffon gown, selected by the bride. Fashioned with Bishop sleeves, cuffed with lace, the gown also featured narrow bands of pearled lace which formed the wedding band collar and encircled the waistline of the softly gathered skirt. Her bouffant colonial bouquet was made up of white Sweetheart roses, stephanotis and gypso- phila with ivy accent. At the reception which followed in the church parlors, serving honors were shared by Miss Julie Marlin, Miss Sydnie Marlin both of Peoria. Mrs. Stephen Neal and Mrs. Patrick Shovar, cousin of the bride of Monmouth. The gifts were in charge of Miss Terri Engholm and Miss Susan Bass both of Galesburg and both cousins of the bride. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Sharon Bass of Galesburg. After a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside at 512 North E St. Monmouth. The bride is employed in the office of Dr. Philip Sexton, Monmouth, and the bridegroom || is employed as a carpenter.