Fred Besser connection

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Fred Besser connection - 2b, 'ance which were centered with coco-...
2b, 'ance which were centered with coco- holding white tapers Mvhich dripped many colors, Further continuing the theme . flf (he eveni ng was a six by eight feet drawing titled "Waikiki Ikach" which showed a sea scene, while in one corner was a tall cut -out of a Hula dancer and a native boy playing a drum. Hula dolls were also on the fireplace mantel. "H was onlv a P fl P e,p moon" with stars that topped the archway be* twecn the two large rooms at the club but these had all the silvery sheen of a real moon and stars and added the glitter of romance the scene , , Miss "veran Larson, Janc MUc hcll, Mrs. Lester Wcbber Miss Arlene Hallstrom, M <Iack H awkinson and Mrs. Mj , cs Maupln . X i Alpha Gamma,, —with Tlie( . t MUf tne four chapters ofiMR. AND MRS. EVERETT OSBORN are on a wedding trip to the , soror jty ( were represented onj Lake of the Ozarks since their marriage Saturday morning in St. Patrick's rectorv. Mrs. f »«hnr« i= #u« «— »»!__ - Entertainment during the intermission intermission was in the form of a hula dance presented by Miss Cherry Cross of the Sheridan School of Dancing. I planning the festivity was a committee of Mrs. Carrol Apt and Mrs. William Hughey Jr. as co- the committee. ] Sl Patrick's Church rectory was : tlie sccne 0 f the 11 o'clock wedding c , eremony performed by the Rev. 'Patrick Murphy Saturday morning for Miss Rita A. Besser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Besser, 771 S. Academy St., and Everett Osborn, Osborn, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Osborn, 1819 First Ave., Silvis. Best man was Raymond Osborn of fast Moline. For her wedding Miss Besser wove a beige lace dress accented with matching beige and white accessories accessories and a corsage of white orchids. Attending her sister, Mrs. Lloyd Johnson of Knoxville wore —-~ »«..,.» mmimgc aaiuruay morning in St. Patrick's rectory. Mrs. Osborn is the former Miss Rita Besser. Besser-Osborn Ceremony Read in Rectory c. iw-i-t-'.. nv,.— ^ ~— i —• -~'an identically styled lace dress butlding cake flanked with white and in a dusty rose color. This was yellow tapers graced the reception complemented with white acces-|table sories and a corsage of blue carna- tions. Reception in Home One hundred guests attended the reception held in the home of the bride's parents at 771 S. Academy Academy St. during the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. A tbree-tiered \ved- Lutheran Circle Hears Piano Pupils Of Mrs. McBride Following a honeymoon at the Lake of the Ozarks, Mr. and Mrs. Osborn will reside at 707 First Ave., Silvis, after June 25. Mrs. Osborn was graduated from Galesburg High School and Brown's Business College. She was formerly formerly employed at Mayo General Hospital Hospital and the undergraduate division division of the University o£ Illinois. For the past three years she has been employed by the Bettendorf Company of Bettendorf, la. Mr. Osborn is a member of the Silvis

Clipped from Galesburg Register-Mail16 Jun 1953, TuePage 8

Galesburg Register-Mail (Galesburg, Illinois)16 Jun 1953, TuePage 8
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