8 (50tesfeura .Rt9 !ste£:.Majl 1 , Galesburg, The Social Side ... Mondoy, J une 24, 1963 a ranae oAAoms Miss Mary Kristina Dahlberg . . . Bridal attendants carried single lavender orchids arranged with feather white carnations as a complement to their gowns of delicate orchid organza over taffeta for the wedding of Miss Mary Kristina Dahlberg and Donn R. Wallace Saturday at the First Lutheran Church. The double ring ceremony was read at 3 o'clock by Rev. Onfall Peterson assisted by Rev. Jan Bengtson of Gary.'lnd., the bride's cousin. Best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis F. Wallace of River Forest, was David Maze of Toledo, Ohio. Guests were seated by George \V. Bolln Jr.. Milwaukee, Wis., cousin of the bride, Robert Kosobud of West Chicago, Brina Rou- binck of Skokic, Frederick Errington of Ames, who also served as groomsmen. Dr. Robert W. Swan, Lincoln. Neb., cousin of Hie bride, and Alan Gummcrson. Al the organ console was Mrs. C. E. VanNorman to present the prelude, to accompany the soloist, Miss Shirley Barstow, and to play the processional music as the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Philip Dahlberg, 1082. Beccher Ave., walked with her father to the altar. Miss Dahlberg carried white orchids with yellow throats surrounded by ivy and stephanotis to accent her silk organza wedding gown made with a chapel length train. Recmbroidered lace' patterns outlined the portrait scalloped neckline, and formed the cap sleeves, and followed the princess lines of the elongated bodice outlining a design on the panniers of the bouffant skirt. The same pattern marked the bustle back of the gown. Elbow length veiling was caught to an organza band, trimmed with tiny pearls. In her hand was tucked the wedding handkerchief carried by brides in the family, Mrs. Henry Pfeifer of Milwaukee, Wis., the bride's grandmother, who was here for the wedding, her mother and her aunts". Attendants Miss Frances Dahlberg, sister of the bride, maid of honor, Miss Barbara Bolln, cousin of the bride, Milwaukee, Wis., Miss Jean Anderson, Miss Susan Doyle and Miss Janet Fack, sorority sister of the bride, were in identically styled dresses with softly pleated skirts. Fashion detail were chiffon stoles buttoned at the back and flowing to the dress hemlines. They had flat bows of the same material as their dresses for their hair. Miss Donna Huffman, cousin and goddaughter of the bridegroom, served as flower girl. Orchid and white decor marked the silver appointed table, centered with a tiered wedding cake, at the reception in the church parlors. Honors were accorded Mrs. George W. Bolln and Mrs. William Pfeifer, both of Milwaukee, Wis., aunts of the bride, Mrs. John Black, Mrs. Robert Swan, Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Jan Bengtson of Gary, Ind. Miss Linda Richardson and Miss Kay Melton were in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Leisa Pfeifer, and Miss Kathic Pfeifer, Milwaukee, Wis., cousins of the bride. After a six-week wedding trip to Hawaii and Sept. 1, the couple (Continued on page 9) ^lir^Jkid lAJeebend Mrs. Donn R. Wallace (Miss Kristin Dahlberg) Miss Lou Ann Anderson . . . Now on a wedding trip through southern states the former Lou Ann Harriett Anderson and George Shirck Jr., were married at 8 o'clock Saturday evening at the Messiah Evangelical Lutheran Church in Galva. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy F. Anderson of near Altona, IS Miss Gretchen L Vtt The St. Joseph's Church in Peru was the scene of the wedding of Miss Gretchen Utz, former Galesburg High School English teacher, and Capt. James Landgraf Saturday morning at 11 o'clock. The nuptials were solemnized as Rev. William Kirk read the ceremony for the LaSalle, Peru and Ottawa Junior College, was graduated from Knox skirt accented by loose flowing panels caught at the back with two rosettes. Bouffant veils misted from blue rose headpieces. Each carried small cascade bouquets of pink garnet roses. Immediately following the ceremony guests offered felicitations to the couple at a luncheon and reception at the South Bluff Country Club. After a trip through the northern states, the couple will reside in Fort Sill, Okla., where the bridegroom will attend Advance Artillery and Missile School. For the past four years he has been stationed in Germany with the Army. Mrs. Landgraf, a graduate of daughter of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Utz,. Centennial Road, Peru, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Landgraf, also of Peru. Best man was John Landgraf and groomsman was Jerome H. Landgraf. Miss Meta Gamache as soloist, was accompanied by Miss Marilan Rivonski, organist, who also presented the prelude. For her wedding the bride carried a bouquet of white garnet roses with stephanotis. Silk illusion veiling misted from a pillbox of lace over peau desoie accented with seed pearls and crys- talized sequins with three lace roses. Designed and fashioned by the bride, the gown had a fitted sleeveless bodice with slightly scooped neckline and the sculptured skirt had a controlled fullness and featured a detachable chapel train, fastened at the front waistline with a flat bow. With the gown she had a chantilly lace jacket. Attendants were Miss Mary Bartlett, maid of honor, and Miss Jeanine Landgraf, bridesmaid Their poudre blue silk crepe gowns over peau de soie were styled with softly shirred bodices with the shirring in the front of the near walked down the processional aisle with her father to pledge vows with the bridegroom, son of Mrs. George Shirck Sr., 919 N. Seminary St., in a double ring ceremony read by Rev. D. V. Charlson. Coming from out-of-town to serve as members of the bridal party were Miss Mary Lee Anderson of Chicago, the bride's sister, and maid of honor, Mrs. Donald Kuhlman of Hillsboro, brides- matron, and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sticc of White Bear Lake, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Larry B. Gabheri (Miss Donna Schisler) brother-in-law and sister of the bridegroom. Mr. Stice was best man and Mrs. Stice was the soloist. Mrs. Rudolph Anderson, Galva, at the console of the organ, presented the prelude as guests were seated by Larry D. Sippel and Merle Anderson, brother of the bride, both of Galesburg. A Queen Ann crown of pearls held the bride's, fingertip length veiling and she carried a cascade bouquet of white rosebuds entwined with lace ribbon and greenery. The lace bodice of Miss Anderson's wedding gown of peau de soie and lace had a cameo neckline and long sleeves tapering to a point at the wrist.- Fashion detail of the full peau de soie skirt was the scalloped tunic trimmed with the hand-clipped lace and caught up front and back with three bows. The bottom of the skirt was also trimmed with the lace. Orchid nylon organza dresses worn by the attendants, Miss Anderson and Mrs. Kuhlman, were accented with A-shaped bouquets of while spider feather mums arranged with lace ribbon and greenery. The square-nccklined dresses had short cap sleeves and were trimmed at the upper side front with a bow which was repeated at the back waistline. The pleated bell skirts had floating back panels dropping from the waistline. Matching birdcage veiling headpieces were decorated with tiny flowers and velvet bows. Reception The orchid and white bridal theme was used to decorate the church parlors for the reception which followed. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. William Patterson, Mrs. Ted Larson, Mrs. Ogdcn Rosstcdt, of Chicago, and Mrs. Donald Hillier. At the guest book were Miss Kay Peterson and Mrs. Carl Wiggens, and gifts were arranged by Miss Janet Cation, Miss Ruth Johnson and Miss Virginia Goff. The couple will be at home after Mr. and Mrs. George Shirck Jr. (Miss Lou Ann Anderson) Miss Donna Kay Schisler The Sunday evening wedding of Miss Donna Kay Schisler of Abingdon and Larry B. Gabbert was at the First Christian Church in Abingdon where Rev. Donald Hogan officiated at the double ring ceremony at 7:30 o'clock. Ronald Schisler of Galesburg was at the console of the organ for the prelude and played tie processional as the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schisler, 100 Sanitary Road, Abingdon, walked down the aisle with her father The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Laura Hendrix, 908 E. Grove St., had Paul Perschnick as best man. Groomsmen and ushers were Kenneth Carter, Joseph Rosenberg and Glenn Gabbert. The bride's wedding dress of pure silk organza and chantilly lace, had a long sleeved lace bodice fashioned with cameo neckline and the fully gathered bouffant .skirt swept into a brush train. A tunic over.skirt, w i t h scalloped lace edging, was caught up at the sides with organza roses. Her elbow length veiling was caught to a cr.nvn of braid and crystals and she carried a colonial bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses. MORE Carry Nosegays Orchid carnation nosegays were the color accent for the attendants yellow nylon organza over taffeta dresses. Miss Janet Ryan, maid of honor, and Miss Anita Schisler, bridesmaid, both of Abingdon, had gathered cummerbunds at the waistline of their scooped necklined, capped sleeve dresses. Their yellow veils 1 search Hospital were held by organza roses. Cathy Westover, the bride's niece, was flower girl. Later guests offered felicitations at a reception in the church parlor. Given serving honors were Mrs. Robert Westover, Mrs. Charles Batson, Mrs. Neil Schisler and Mrs. Sidney Stevens. Miss Penny Hare was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Miss Theresa Rosenborg, Miss Sandra Rosenberg, both of Galesburg, and Miss Coleen Westover, Abingdon. After their return from a wedding trip to Charleston, S.C., and July 1, Mr. and Mrs. Gabbert will reside near Galesburg. The bride is an Abingdon High School graduate and her husband, who was graduated from Galesburg High School, is employed at Galesburg State Re- July 1 in the Coakley Apartments in Henderson. Mrs. Shirck, a Galva High School graduate, is a member of Gamma Rho Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Sue is secretary and bookkeeper at the Boy Scout office in the Bank of Galesburg Building. The bridegroom served in the Army following his graduation from Galesburg High School. At Monmouth College he affiliated with Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. He is employed as a deputy in the treasurer's office in the Knox County Courthouse. READ THE WANT ADS! (Continued on page 9) Mrs. James Landgraf (Miss Gretchen Utz) \ * Miss Marilyn Rose Hund Wedding vows were solemnized at St., Patrick's Church for Miss Marilyn Rose Hund and Clyde Richard Lovett of Avon Saturday morning. Rev. John Horan read the double ring ceremony for Miss Hund, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Hund, 350 W. First St., and Mr. Lovett, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Johns, 1783 Willard St., at 10 o'clock. Organist for the wedding was Mrs. John Stiles. Guests, who later attended a reception at the St. Joseph's social center, were seated by Dave Simpson of Abingdon and Leonard Russell of Elgin. James Falkenhain of Sparta was best man. Walks With Father Walking to the altar with her father, Miss Hund carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and blue lace carnations encircling two philaenopisis orchids to complement her white satin gown, worn with an embroidereS lace jacket. The gown with a rounded neckline was fashioned with a bell shaped skirt. A short veil of silk was caught to a crown composed of three silk organza roses. Serving as her sister's honor attendant, Miss Sharon Hund was in pale blue slipper stain. Tucks were at the hemline of the dress with its bell shaped skirt and on the sleeves of the bodice, having elbow length sleeves. Matching veiling was caught to a simple blue satin crown. She carried a colonial bouquet of blue lace carnations. Both the bride's dress and her attendant's dress were fashioned by the bride's mother. Reception Miss Kathleen Lowney of Macomb was in charge of the guest book, and arranging gifts was Miss Patricia Grothe. . Serving honors at the reception were accorded Miss Janet Shea, Miss Connie Kennedy and Miss Barbara Hund, the bride's cousin. y The newlyweds left for Chi- Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lovett (Miss Marilyn Rose Hund) ^Ibout people i Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Norton and family of Santa Maria, Calif., visited his mother, Mrs. Frank Norton, 857 E. Fourth St., en route to Duluth, Minn., where he was attending a National Science Foundation meeting, studying contemporary math, under the auspices of the University of Minnesota. Mr. Norton, a graduate of Knox College with the class of '57, is teaching in the Santa Maria school system and has received his master's degree from the University of Ca'ifornia. Mrs. Norton, the former Jeanne Bowling of Alonmouth, spent some time with her brother, O. A. Bowling, 715 W. Losey St., and family. Miss Betty Bohan. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John E. Bohan of Aiexis, joineu a "Young Adult Tour to Europe,' in Chicago, where they travelled to Montreal, Canada, there boarding. the R.M.S. Franconia Steamship for 60 days in Europe. The group debarked at Cobh, Ireland, June 20 and from there will visit 16 countries of Europe cago where they will reside at 4246 Sheridan Road, as the bridegroom will be employed by IBM after July 1. Mrs. Lovett, a graduate of Corpus Christi High School, attended St. Mary of the Woods College for 2% years and was employed at Grants. Mr. Lovett, a graduate of Avon High School, was graduated from Monmouth College in June. During the time he was in college he was employed by McDonald's Drive-In. Announce Troth... Minced parsley and chives go into soft butter; use as a spread for bread that is to be oven- toasied. Serve with soup or salad. (Continued on page 9) THE LIVELY FOUR pictured above are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Ethel B. Christofferson aud their uncle, Thomas C. Anderson, 1296 N. Broad St. From (1. to r.) are John Sullivan 11. Thomas, 8, David, 7, and Mary Catnerine, 3'/i. The quartet are the children of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Sullivan of Memphis, Tenn., who with their mother, the former Boots Anderson, daughter of the late Axel Anderson, are in Galesburg for two weeks. Their father will be here the end of the week to take them home. At the family reunion Sunday there were four generations presents—Mrs. J. O. Brouiliette, Mrs. Christofferson, Mrs. Sullivan and Mary Caherine. FROM GALVA — Mrs. Alfred Colderon, 305 S.W. 1st Ave., Galva, announces the engagement, and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Doris Salinos, to Richard D, McBride, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob D. McBride of Wyoming. The wedding will take place Aug. 31, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon in the St. John's Catholic Church in Galva. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding, and reception to follow in the church parlors. No invitations are being sent. Baptist Sunshine Class Has Picnic A picnic last week at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey was the concluding event until fall for members of Sunshine Class of First Baptist Church. A potluck supper was served at 6 o'clock. Guests of the class were Rev. and Mrs. John Kern and Jack and Roger Hubble. Class meetings will resume in September.
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