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 - Clark-Gawthrop Vows Spoken in Parsonage...
Clark-Gawthrop Vows Spoken in Parsonage Ceremony MONMOUTH — Miss Sharon Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Clark of 410 W. Fourth Ave., and Ronald Gawthrop, son of Mrs. Marion Gawthrop, 1118 E. Seventh Ave., and the iale Mr. Gawthrop, pledged marriage vows at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon before the fireplace in the rectory of the Immaculate Conception Church. The Rev. Thomas Carmody Carmody read the double-ring service. Miss Helen Boozan of Monmouth the bride's cousin, was her maid of honor, while Ed Quigley of Wataga Wataga served as best man. The bride wore a floor-length gown of slipper satin and rose point lace. The veil of imported net was fucked into a little cap of seed pearls. A while orchid with lavender center was fastened to the top of a white Bible carried by Miss Clark. Orchid lace fashioned the gown worn by Miss Boozan and cap of flowers was worn on her hair She carried a bouquet of while carnations. Holt House Reception Guests were invited to Holt House" after the service for a reception. reception. Mrs. Robert Graham, the bride's aunt, served the punch while Miss or* !»• . r\ ,i Mary Boozan, a cousin, served lhei ttU > U ,(;s al vJqiiaWKa cake. Gifts were in charge of Miss OQUAWKA — Mrs. Ninnie Bell Dolores Egger, a friend. Miss! ( -' f ' IIo y. 80. died at 10:50 o'clock Carolyn Egger served as rcccption-i'' ,uos " , ay n'^ht at her home in isl and Miss Shirley Gardner askedjpquawka after being in poor health guests ' ' book. Mr, and Mrs. Ronald Gawthrop Mrs Nannie Coolcy to regisler in the guest for several years. She had been Others assisting with the reception were Mrs. Orin Corbige, Pat Ncedham and Pauline Keyburn. Keyburn. After a wedding trip In Chicago • he couple will be at home at 121 South Seventh St. The bride attended the Immaculate Immaculate Conception Grade School, Corpus Corpus Christ! and Monmouth High School. Mr. Gawthrop, Monmouth Central School, Monmouth High School and Monmouth College. He is n member of Tan Kappa Epsi Ion fraternity, lie served six years in military service including Europe and North Africa. He is now employed with the Warren County Highway Department, bedfast since Thanksgiving. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock .Friday afternoon at the Turnbul) Funeral Home in Monmouth. Monmouth. Burial will be at the Biggsville Biggsville Cemetery. The family will be at the chapel from 7:30 to 8:30 o'clock Thursday night. Friends may call. Mrs. Collcy was born in Rich mond, Va., July 9, 1873. She was reared in that area. On Oct. 10, I89J, she was married to William David Collcy at Bristol, Tcnn They moved to Kirkwood in 1904, Later they moved to Henderson County and for the past 22 years had resided in Oquawka. Mrs. Collcy was n member of Recovers Truck Believed Uged as Getaway Vehicle MONMOUTH — E. L. Armstrong has recovered his truck from Chillicothe Chillicothe where it had been aban- donded Monday. Truck was stolen at 2:30 a.m. in front of Armstrong's Armstrong's home and was thought to have been used by Earl Hammond Hammond of Prairie City following his breaking out of the Warren Counly jail. Truck was picked up by slate police in a ditch on a side road 18 miles north of Chillicothe. It was taken to Chillicothe to a garage where Armstrong picked it up on Tuesday. New Bradford Nine To Play Mitchells At Park Sunday Night

Clipped from Galesburg Register-Mail02 Jun 1954, WedPage 14

Galesburg Register-Mail (Galesburg, Illinois)02 Jun 1954, WedPage 14
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