Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on November 22, 1949 · Page 10
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PAGE TEN THE JOURNAL-STANDARD, FREEPORT. ILLINOIS PHONE 4000 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1949 WM ST. MARY'S CHURCH was the setting Saturday afternoon of the wedding of Miss Barbara Guffey and John W. Kennedy. After a wedding trip to the eastern states including New York, the couple will be at home in Iowa City.—Herlin photo. WHITE ALENCON LACE over satin was used in the gown worn by Miss Betty Jean Banter at her wedding to Roger Dornink Saturday afternoon in Embury Methodist church. She carried a sheath of white carnations, stephanotis and white baby orchids.—Garnhart photo. WEARING A GOWN AND BONNET of blush pink satin, and carrying '-i prayer book covered to match, Miss Barbara Jean Payne became the bride of David C. Wright in the Christian church of Mt. Morris Saturday evening. Nov. 12.—Houghton photo. IN A HOME CEREMONY Wednesday Miss Lorene Gramley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Gramley, 740 South Float avenue, became the bride of William A. Weiand of Freeport, son of Vern Weiand of Mifflintown, Pa.—Garnhart photo. MISS DENA LaBUDDE became the bride of Daniel W. Cram Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 16, in the Second Presbyterian church. After a two-months trip to Florida, the couple will be at home on West Pleasant street.—Pit tsley photo. IN A DOUBLE-RING ceremony Sunday, Nov. 13, Miss Charlotte Bainbridge of Beloit, Wis., became the bride of Richard Schweder of Freeport at the Second Congregational church of Beloit.—Inman photo. Vern Weiand of Mifflintown, Pa., in a home wedding. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Howard Zehr, pastor of the Mennonite church, before a background of yellow and bronze chrysanthemums. Mrs. Mentor Wheat gave a program of piano music, played the wedding march and accompanied the soloist, Miss Gladys Miller. The bride wore a street-length dress of taupe crepe and a corsage of roses. Her 'sister, Mrs. Ronald Sluiter, was matron of honor, wearing a slate blue taffeta dress and a corsage of yellow roses. Ronald Sluiter was best man. The bride's brother, Dale Gramley, ushered. Hold Reception The wedding guests were entej;- tained at a reception after the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Weiand left on a I honeymoon to Pennsylvania and jwill reside with the bride's parents on their return from the east. The bride is a graduate of Dakota high school and Deaconess hospital school of nursing and is employed as registered nurse at Deaconess hospital. The groom. who attended Pennsylvania schools, is employed at Dorman & McCulloch Motors. Weland-Gramley Miss Lorene Gramley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Gramley, 740 South Float avenue, became the bride Wednesday, the 16th, of Wil- '.iam A. Weiand of Freeport, son of WEDDING CAKE WONDERS! The crowning touch to a wonderful occasion is a wedding cake creation by Hagens. Delicious .... rich in fine ingredients. ... beautifully decoratedl from $10 Up HAGENS PASTRY SHOP 21 W. Stephenson Main 171 Your Portrait for Christmas Make Your Appointment Now! Perkin's Studio Opp. Court House A SEED-PEARL CORONET held the finger-tip veil worn with t traditional white satin wedding gown by Miss Shirley M. Reed when Ehe became the bride of Leo G. Babler Saturday in the Orangeville Evangelical United Brethren church.—Perkins photo. MISS ARLIE MEYERS became the bride of Russell Janicke in the parsonage of the Immanuel Lutheran church Saturday afternoon, Nov. 12, in a double-ring ceremony. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 840 East Pleasant street.—Perkins photo. at the bride's parents' wedding. The bride, in lace gown over a white Alencon satin made with Kennedy-Guf fey In a ceremony performed Saturday afternoon in St. Mary's church, Miss Barbara F. Guffey. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Champ C. Guffey, South West avenue, became the bride of John W. Kennedy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kennedy of Iowa City, la. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. C. F. Conley officiated at the single-ring ceremony before the altar decorated with bronze and yellow chrysanthemums and ferns. The bride wore a gray embroidered satin street-length dress, a dark brown feather halo, brown suede pumps and a yellow gold choker, the groom's wedding gift. Her corsage was of green orchids. Mrs. Karl Bardell. the bride's sister, was matron of honor. She wore a gray suit, green accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Jim Williams of Iowa City was best man and Frank Nash and Jack Dooley ushered. Reception At Hotel Frecport A reception for 100 guests followed the service in the Garden room of Hotel Freeport, where guests were received by the parents of the bride and groom and by the bridal party. The bridal table was decorated with smilax and was lighted with white candles, carrying out the color scheme of green and white. The four-tiered wedding cake, frosted in green and white, and topped with a wedding bell, was served from a smaller table by Miss Dorothy Kennedy of Iowa City, a sister of the groom, and Mrs. Kenneth Wiegand. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. George Gardner of Madison. Coffee was served by Miss Charlotte Boswell and Mrs. Robert Miller was in charge of the guest book, Leave On Eastern Wedding Trip Mr, and Mrs. Kennedy left on an eastern wedding trip, with New York as their destination. They will MISS MARY JEAN WILLIAM SON became the bride of Kenneth Emery Sunday afternoon in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Williamson of Mt. Carroll. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Emery, also of Mt. Carroll.—Richardson photo. fitted bodice, shoulder ruffle and tr '.in, entered the church with her father, who gave her in marriage. She wore a bridal veil and carried a sheath of white carnations, stephanotis and white baby orchids. Miss Helen Bartunek of Iowa City, la., roommate of the bride at college, was maid of honor, wearing a gown of gold Alencon lace over satin, with which she carried gold Fuji chrysanthemums. t The bridesmaids, Miss Norma Long, who is attending college at ioshen, Ind., and Miss Marilyn Koeller, a student at North Central college at Naperville, wore gowns of blue lace and bandeaux of Hatching plumes. They carried Bronze Fuji chrysanthemums. Sheldon Dornink was best man ind the ushers were Gordon Dornink, Dick Banter, Carl Cahoon and Ted Long. The flower girl, reside in the Iowa apartment building, Iowa City, ,on their return. The bride, a graduate of Freeport high school, attended the University of Illinois for two years. She held a position with Furst-McNess company. Mr. Kennedy was graduated from the School of Journalism at the University of Iowa, where he was a member of Alpha Delta Sigma, advertising fraternity and is associated with his father in business in Iowa City. Guests from Iowa City, Chicago, Galena, Madison. Racine and Monroe attended the wedding and reception. Dornink-Banter The marriage of Miss Betty Jean Banter, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil J. Banter, South Car- avenue, and Roger Dornink, of Mr. and Mrs. Howard the altar. Miss church organist, the church and Velma Wachlin, gave a program of music and accompanied the soloist, John Van Deest. Seed Pearls Trim Wedding Gown The bride wore a white slipper- satin wedding gown trimmed with SEQUINS AND SEED PEARLS trimmed the white satin gown worn by Miss Dorothy Ruth Barber for her marriage to Howard A. Vauts- meier Sunday in the Second Presbyterian church. After a wedding trip to the east, the couple will be at home at 422 West Dewey street. Garnhart photo. high school graduate, served three seed pearls and sequins and madejyears in the navy and is a partner in the Quality Oil company plant and station. Attending the wedding were rela-1 after the ceremony. with fitted basque and train. She wore zircon earrings, the groom's wedding gift. Miss Carolotte Noll was maid ofj tlves "and " friends from Britton, | honor, wearing a gown of aqua slip- 5. D., Waukesha, Wis., Gary, Incl., per satin and the bridesmaid. Miss Chicago, Mt. Carroll, Rockford, Da- Susanne Cihunka, wore an orchid kota, Thomson, Lanark, Pearl City Hoover, son of the groom, were the attendants. Rev. and Mrs. Schmidt served a wedding cake, ice cream and coffee satin gown. Deming W. Hintse was best man and the ushers were Evan- Barber, Harold Runte, George Hartog and Russell Borchers. Janet Barber and Janice Buss! were flower girls and Jerry Buss was ring bearer. » Eastern Tfrip After a reception in the parlors of the church, Mr. and Mrs. Vauts- meier left on an eastern wedding and Freeport. I Hoover-Barnes :athy Pickering of Rockford, was j trip. They will reside in the groom's new bungalow, 422 West Dewey street. The bride was graduated from the Lanark high school and from the nurses' training school of St. Francis hospital where she is a floor supervisor. roll son Dornink, Freeport route 3, was solemnized Saturday afternoon in Embury Methodist church. Rev. Allan Billman, pastor'of the church, was assisted by Rev. David Fouts, pastor of the Church of the Brethren, in .the double-ring ceremony. Baskets of yellow, white and bronze chrysanthemums. Pacific huckleberry and ferns were used in decoration of the altar. Mrs. Derk Duthler presided at the organ and played the wedding marches and gave a short program of nupital music. Sang At Bride's Parents' Wedding John Van Deest, who sang at the wedding of the bride's par- i ents, sang two solos at the beginning of the service and one at the conclusion. Mrs. Van Deest accompanied her husband as she had IMOKE WEDDINGS ON PAGE ia dressed in a white taffeta gown and carried a basket of rose petals. Reception in Church Parlors A reception in the parlors of the church followed the ceremony. Members of Dott 4-H club furnished vocal music. They were Wilma Long, Joanne Meyers, Arlene Mitchell, and Joyce Putnam Mrs. Sheldon Dornink presided at the coffee service; Miss Jean Rogers served the punch; and the | tiered wedding cake was cut by Mrs. Ted Long and Miss Marjorie Baker; and the Misses Norma Pfile and Joyce Scovilje served the ice cream. Miss Carol Anne Neuberger was' in charge of the guest book and Miss Joyce Kline took care ol the' wedding gifts. Leave for New Orleans Mr. and Mrs. Dornink left on their honeymoon to New Orleans, La., and will reside on a farm on Freeport route 3, operated by the groom. j The bride was graduated from Freeport high school and attended Cornell college for two years. The groom is a graduate of Dakota high school. Relatives and friends from Flint, Mich., Goshen, Ind., Cedar Rapids and Ackley., la., Chicago and Rockford were here to attend, the wedding. Vantsmefer -Barber The Second Presbyterian church of Freeport was the scene of the wedding of Miss Dorothy Ruth Barber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Barber of Lanark, and Howard A. Vautsmeier, son of Mr and Mrs. R. B. Vautsmeier of Freeport. Sunday. Rev. Anthony P. Landgraf, pa.s tor of the church, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Chrysanthemums were used in decoration of Polo, 111., Nov. 22.—Mrs. Nettie Barnes of Polo and Henry W. Hoover of Sterling were married Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the parsonage of Evangelical United Brethren church. Rev. E. A. Schmidt was the officiating clergyman, using the single-ring service. Mrs. Schmidt accompanied the soloist, Miss Maxine McCon. The bride wore an aqua crepe street-length dress, gray hat and accessories and a corsage of pink carnations. Mrs. Clifford May of Mr. Vautsmeier is a Freeport (Polo, niece of the bride, and Russell Thomas-Stevens Polo, 111., Nov. 22.—Sunday afternoon at 2:30, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frawert of Polo, Rev. Willis. Thomas, pastor of the Leaf River Christian church, was united in marriage to Mrs. Marie Stevens of Rockford. The single-ring service was read by Rev. R. W. Pittman. 92-year-old father of Mrs. Frawert and for many years pastor of the Christian church at Leaf River. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Burkhart of Leaf River were the attendants, and Horace Thomas and Miss E. Myers 'also were present at the ceremony. Following a brief wedding trip, Rev. and Mrs. Thomas will be at home in the parsonage at Leaf River. Attend at the Embury Methodist Church Ten O'clock A. M. Rev. Donald Landwer, Preaching frttporl Miniiferial Atiociotion

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