Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa on October 13, 1957 · 39
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Quad-City Times from Davenport, Iowa · 39

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' '41 ir" V'-W W- aiisiiitflitj Jsr' Mm sg&v pif y Vrs h&uv, - fmW:&Mim-m v U !, , ''.? V. "J MRS. JOHN On a northern wedding trip are Mr. and Mrs. John T. Teegen who were married in a 2 p. m. ceremony Saturday in First Methodist Church, Iowa City. Upon their return they will reside at 1011 Sheridan Ave., Iowa City. The bride is the former Jan- : fce Mary Barnes, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Arthur M. Barnes, Iowa City. The bridegroom's parents are Dr. and Mrs. William G. Teegen, 2606 Grand Ave., Davenport. Serving as maid of honor was Miss Dorothy Schwengel, Davenport Bridesmaids were Miss Marilee Teegen, Davenport, sis- ter of the bridegroom. Miss Deb- orah Barnes, sister of the bride, Iowa City, and Miss Jane MR. AND MRS. m n vJ t ' ; V.M:":M.: " w V ' J Hen Ritchie On a wedding trip to Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Mathias "Matt" Frahm Steffen Jr. who were married in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday in First Presbyterian Church, Davenport. The bride is the former Ellen Janice Ritchie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Birney George Ritchie, 818 Grand Ct.. Davenport. Trie bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Mathias Frahm Steffen. 2316 Harrison St.. Davenport. Serving the bride as matron f u-n ai her tictor Mr Ul 11171 lJL nw v'o , .... w. . John A. Tornquist, W i 1 1 m a r, Minn. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Blaine Ha'rdacre, Lanark, 111., andMrs. T. Harrison Janke, Chicago. Bridesmaid was Miss ? ';:.' ',::..,.. : T. TEEGEN ! Barber, cousin of the bride, Iowa City. Susan Barnes, sister of the bride, was flower girl. The bridegroom's father. Dr. William G. Teegen, Davenport, acted as best man, with Richard Teegen, Broomfield Heights, Colo., Robert German, Marshall- 1501,31(1 Maxfield- Iowa City, and Michael Barnes, Iowa City, as ushers. David Barnes, STEfFLN AND TUELR AITENDANlb Alice Sino, Davenport, and Jill Tornquist, niece of the bride, acted as flower girl. Barry Shuler, Ft. Collins, Colo., was best man with Wil-liam Gehrmann, Bettendorf Jr., John Bawden and Richard Karwath, all of Davenport, as ushers. Jack Tornquist, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride's gown was a princ ess silhouette of white peau dc soie with high scalloped bateau neckline, Alencon lace bodice short sleeves and bouffant skirt extending into a court train. Her fingertip length imported silk illusion veil fell- from a pearl crown.- She carried a white Bible topped with an arrangement of wtite roses and stephanotis. Her attendants wore ballerina f i ill Willi ':'-ni il i L l' i jj fniWittiifftP T IlijiMiSMf tt MR. AND MRS. KING Iowa City, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. The bride selected a gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta styled with scoop neckline bordered with lace flower motifs embroidered with pearls, fitted bodice, long sleeves and full gathered skirt extending into a court train. Her hand rolled illusion veil was held by a Juliet cap outlined with pearl-ized orange blossoms. She carried a white orchid with streamers of stephanotis cascading over a white Bible belonging to her mother. The bride's attendents were attired in gowns of capucine Weds length gowns of copen blue silk taffeta. The princess front panels were caught in back with bustle effects. They wore matching headbands trimmed with bows and carried crescent arrangements of white fuji mums. A reception was held at the Ming Club, Davenport. The bride is a graduate of Davenport High School and Chicago Wesley Memorial Hospital affiliated with Northwestern University. She has been employed by Dr. M. Ullman, Davenport. The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Ambrose Academy and State University of Iowa, is a member of Sigma Chi Fraternity. He served two years with the medical corps of the U. S. Army and is now associated with M.' F. Steffen, Realtors. few, crystallette with brown crystal-lette cummerbunds. They were styled with high neckline, fitted bodice, three quarter sleeves and full ballerina length skirts. They carried bronze and white pompons. Following the wedding, a reception was held in the church parlors. The bride received her B. A. degree from State University of Iowa. She is affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and is a member of Mortar Board and Phi Beta Kappa, honorary fraternities. She is teaching kindergarten in the Iowa City Area Girls Set Dales For Vows Wade-Smith LONE TREE, la. - An-nouncement is made of the forthcoming marriage of Miss Karleene Wade, Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Wade, Caracas. Venezuela, to Donald LeRoy Smith, Washington, D. C, son of Mrs. Alice Smith, Nichols. The wedding will take place in November at Washington, D. C, where the couple will reside. The Wade family formerly resided at Lone Tree, Mr. Wade having been a member of the school faculty. Mrs. Smith is also a former Lone Tree resident. Miss Wade is a recent graduate of the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing, Sioux City. Mr. Smith is a graduate of Nichols High School and Iowa State College and is now employed as a foreign affairs analyst with the federal government. Cam pbcll'Peretti MAQUOKETA. Ia. - Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Campbell announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Carol, to Lt. Jams W. reretti, Salina, Kan., son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Peretti, Great Falls, Mont. The wedding will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday, October 27 at the Maquoketa Methodist Church. The bride-elect received her B. A. degree from Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls. She has served as airlin stewardess with Trans World Airlines in Kansas City, Mo., for a year and a half. Lt. Peretti was graduated from Montana State College. He is a pilot at Schilling Air Force Base, Salina, Kan. Cooney-Freese MUSCATINE, la. - Announcement is made of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Marilyn Cooney, daughter of Mrs. S. F. Cooney, Muscatine, to Harold Freese, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Freese, Muscatine. The wedding will take place at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 10. at Zion Lutheran Church. Some invitations are being issued, but all relatives and friends are welcome to aUend the wedding and the reception following at the parish halL tw4 (i.UIUIJiiUHI.MUlSMHJ'aW 11 "I r - - wn. , MR. AND MRS. MILLER public school system. The bridegroom, a graduate of Davenport High School, received his B. S. degree from the University of Kentucky. He is affiliated with Sigma Chi social fraternity and Nu Sigma Nu medical fraternity. He is now a sophomore at State University of Iowa College of Medicine. Goetsch-King Miss Joan E. Goetsch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Goetsch 2024 Grand Ave., Davenport, became the bride of Donald H. King, son of Mrs. Cora King, 2321 State St., Bettendorf, and the late Mr. King, in a Saturday morning ceremony in St. Paul the Apostle Church, Davenport. Mrs. Ronald DeBo, Rock Island, served as matron of honor, with Miss Kathleeen McCoy and Miss Mary une Stibolt, both of Davenport, and Miss Mary Lou King, Bettendorf, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaids. The brides nieces, Linda and Sharon Goetsch, were flower girls. Paul Goetsch, Davenport, brother of the bride was best man. Alfred Wells, Jr. and Jerry Barton, both of Bettendorf, and Wayne Stechmann, Davenport, were ushers. Ring bearer was Bobby Taylor, c o u s i n of the bridegroom. The bride fashioned a gown of nylon tulle over taffeta with with bateau neckline embroidered with sequins and pearls. It featured an empire bodice and cathedral train of pleated tulle ruffles. A pillbox of sequins and pearls held her French illusion veil which was edged in lace. She MARIE KNICKREHM Miss Marie Kiiickrehm To Wed Elmer Bruhn WALCOTT, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Knkk-rehm, Walcott, announce the engagement of their daughter, Marie, to Elmer Bruhn, son of Adolph Bruhn, New Liberty, and the late Mrs. Bruhm. A February wedding is planned. The bride-elect is a graduate of Immaculate Conception Academy and St. Ambrose College Division of Nursing, Davenport. She is presently employed in the surgery department of Mercy Hospital. Mr. Bruhn attended Durant High School and Iowa State College. He served two years with the United States Army "and presently operates Elmer's Standard Service, New Liberty. . . r , carried a white orchid on a prayer book. The bride's attendants wore powder blue princess style gowns with rolled necklines of periwinkle blue. Their picture hats were in a matching color and they carried colonial bouquets of roses. A breakfast was held at El Rancho Motel following the ceremony with an evening reception in the home of the bride's parents. Upon their return from a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination, the couple will reside at 917 Foster Dr., Ridgeview. The bride is a graduate of Immaculate Conception Academy and is presently employed as service assistant by Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Davenport. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bettendorf High School and served three years with the U.S. Navy. He is employed by I o w a Illinois Gas and Electric Co., Davenport. Hepner-Millcr Miss Nancy Arm H e p n e r, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hepner, 3402 Miller Ave,, Davenport, and Roland S. Miller, son of Mrs. Naomi Miller, 704 13th Ave., Rock Island, exchanged wedding vows in a 7 p.m. ceremony Saturday in Imman-uel Lutheran Church, Davenport, Miss Judith Hepner attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Robert Sievers, and Miss Bonnie Miller was bridesmaid. Serving as best man was Robert Sievers, Cordova, with Don- 1 Colby Stucrio llllimilllllli n limil,-..-mi..-.VA"'..:.- n iai MR. AND MRS. BECK fomm Wed aid Hepner, Davenport, and Lewis Miller, Rock Island, ushering. Robert Sievers, nephew of the bridegroom, was ring bearer. A gown of Rosepoint lace, fashioned with Sabrina neckline accented with seed pearls and sequins was worn by the bride. The princess fitted bodice extended to deep Vs at center front and back and the bouffant skirt dipped to the floor in three deep tiers of scalloped lace. A crown of seed pearls held her fingertip veil and she carried white roses and stephanotis on a white prayer book. Her attendants wore waltz length dresses of pink taffeta and their headdresses were crowns of pearls holding blush veils. They carried cascade arrangements of white carnations. . A reception was held at Credit Island Inn following the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Davenport High School and is employed by Davenport Bank & Trust Co. A graduate of Rock Island High School, the bridegroom is presently employed as draftsman for Riverside Architectural Metal Co., Davenport. Fraueit'Beck On a Colorado honeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Gary V. Beck who exchanged wedding vows in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday in St. Mark Evangelical Lutheran Church, Davenport. Upon their return, they will reside at 616'4 W. 14th St., Davenport. The bride, formerly Marlene Misses Bamett, Qrubb To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Paul Barnett, 128 Concord St., Davenport, announce the engagement of their daughter, Ann, to Terry Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Petersen. 1529 Esplanade Ave., Davenport. A summer wedding is planned. The bride-elect attended Davenport High School and is now employed by the Esquire Theater, Davenport. Mr. Petersen, a graduate of Davenport High School, is employed by Wonder Bakery, Davenport. Grubb-Xissen Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Grubb. 226 Greenwood Ave., Davenport, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn Jean, to Donald A. Nissen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nissen, 2618 Sheridan St., Davenport. No date has been set for the wedding. The bride-elect is a graduate of Davenport High School and is employed at West Davenport Clinic. Mr. Nissen, also a graduate of Davenport High School, is with J. I. Case Co., Rock Island. ' Ellen Frauen, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Frauen, 1437 W. 4th St., Davenport. The bridegroom, whose address has been 3006 10th Ave., Rock Isnald, is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Beck. Serving her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. Jack R. Ha-zen, Davenport. Bridesmatrons were Mrs. Richard Jobst, Bettendorf, and Mrs. John Clifford Nelson, Davenport. Colleen Jane Hazen, niece of the bride, acted , as flower girl. i Robert D. Beck, Moline, was best man. Clyde L. Gromoll, Sterling, and Barry Smile?, Rock Island, ushered. The bride wore a gown of white silk chiffon styled with V neckline and draped bodice. A cummerbund of Alencon lace over taffeta featured a huge bow in back. Two floating back panels of Alencon lace over taffeta accented the full length skirt of draped chiffon. Her fingertip length tulle veil was held by a white pillbox of Alencon lace and seed pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of white roses. The other attendants wore similar dresses in gold and rust. , Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Johnny Hartman's Restaurant. The bride is a graduate of Davenport High School and Is presently employed in the traffic department of Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., Davenport. The bridegroom, a graduate of Rock Island High School, served four years in the Air Force and is now with American Telephone and Telegraph Co. W'MSW-i-ty'M i ,'.:J Srf v 1 ANN BARNETT CAROLYN GRUBB t

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