Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 24, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 24, 1963
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After June 30, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry R. Weibel, whd were married Saturday in Kirkwood, will reside at Qttafl* tied, Va., where the bridegroom will enter officers train* ihg school. The former Miss Mary Lynn Watson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. Watson of Biggsville, and Mr. Weibel, son of Mr! and Mrs. Roland 0. Weibel of Champaign exchanged wedding promises at 6:3d o"clock in the evening at the Methodist Church as ReV. James Ji. Pusey read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Joe Hegmann of Armstrong. Guests were seated by Scott Weller of Champaign, Dale Stierwalt of Tolono, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, Jack Greenlee and Roy Smith, of peWitt, Neb., cousins of the bridegroom. Both from Kirkwood were Mrs. Cullert Bryant, the organist, and Mrs. Lawrence Lee, the soloist. , The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, had a .mantilla of Belgium lace purchased last summer when s h e toured Europe. V^hite orchids and stephanotis were arranged with white streamers and touches of ivy for the bride's bouquet. Delicately designed in silk organza her tiny jacket with a band of beaded silk shantung around the lower edge, was worn with the gown of white silk shantung. The gown with a fitted bodice had a bell- shaped skirt.'. Carries Mums Carrying cascade bouquets of white fuji mums with white streamers as accent for their aqua dresses of silk shantung were Miss Linda Jo Watson, bride's ris- ter, maid of honor, Mrs. Kent Wesson of Leland, and Mrs. Bruce Spangler of Marietta, bridesma- trons. With the identically styled dresses each had matching head .pieces. Jennifer Allen, flower girl, and Jeffrey Gunter, ringbearer, cous ins of the bride, served as flower girl and ringbearer, respectively. At the reception following in the church parlors the first piece of cake was cut by the bride and groom using the silver sword which is worn as part of the bridegroom's Marine Corps dress uni form. Miss Debra Allen, the future 1 THE ENGAGEMENT of Miss Tania Miles (above) to Lloyd Robertson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Robertson, 683 E. Fourth St., is announced today by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Delwyn Miles, 959 W. North St. The bride-elect will be a student at iht Galesburg School of Beauty Culture this fall. Her fiance, who attended Bradley University, is employed by the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Railroad. Both were graduated from Galesburg High School. No date had been set for the wedding. bride's cousin, was in charge of the guest book. Honors were accorded Mrs. Dale Stierwalt, the bridegroom's sister, Mrs, James Vockey, the bridegroom's twin sister, Miss Rosemary Schuster and Miss Joann Weibel, another sister of the bride* groom. Gifts were displayed and arranged by teaching friends of the bride. The couple left for Florida following the reception. A graduate of Little YOrk Community High School and the University of Illinois, where she lived at the 4-H house, the bride taught the past two years at Dundee. Her husband, a Champaign High School graduate, was also graduated from the University of Illinois and .eceived his commission in the Marine Corps in June. He was selected as the. outstanding agriculture engineer in his graduating class and took part in many campus activities. Mrs. Jerry Weibel (Miss Mary Lynn Watson) Couple to Reside in Galesburg Repeating wedding vows at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Galesburg Henderson Street Baptist Church were Miss Mary Downard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Downard, 575 E. South St., and Robert Brittingham, son of Raymond Brittingham, 255 Cottage Ave. Rev. William Thurber read the double ring ceremony at 2 o'clock. Best man was Bob Anderson and gueets were seated by Jerry Scott and Bud Downard, the bride's brother. For her wedding the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white gown which she complemented with a bouquet of pink carnations. Her veiling was caught to a tiny crown. Attendants Reflecting the pink of the bride's bouquet were the pink dresses worn by Miss Billie Treadway, maid of honor, and Miss Grace Downard, title bride's sister, bridesmaid. Each carried a bouquet of white carnations. Another sister of the bride, Cheryl Downard served as flower girl. Honors at the reception which followed at the church were shared by Mrs. Clifford Downard, Mrs. Lloyd Anderson and Mrs. Kenneth Teel. Miss Nancy Downard, the bride's cousin, was in charge of the guest book. The newlyweds are residing at 1062 McClure St. Mrs. Brittingham was graduated from Galesburg High School and her husband is employed a,t Midwest Manufacturing Corp. ^juptlaL SoLinni2ed at ^^ipka tfflaptidt C^ltutclt ALPHA..— Miss Atirt McCurdy, of Moline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, HoWaM'McCurdy of Alpha and Robert E. Lee, also of Moliffevsori of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Lee, Woodhull, were married Saturday afternoon in the Alpha Baptist Church. The double ring ceremony read at 2 o'clock was performed -by ReV. Harvey Preston. Mrs. Miles Whimpey, organist, accompanied Hay Sproston. soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father wore a gown of silk orgatwa and fchantllly lace over taffeta. She had three-quar ter sleeved lace jacket covering the sleeveless fitted bodice of the Iress with its detachable cliansl rain. Her pillbox hat of mat cling lace accented with pearls held her bouffant veiling. Flow- >rs were a crescent bouquet of pink roses and carnations. Miss Elizabeth Elliott of Davenport, cousin of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Mips Diane Rice of Alpha, bridesmaid. The maid of honor wore a gown of rose silk organza, over taffeta and the bridesmaid was in identically styled gown but in a lighter shade of rose. Each carried white baskets of pink daisies. Miss Susan Brandt of Fox River Grove was the flower girl and Jeffery Welch, ringbearer. Is Best MMI Larry Queck served as best man, and Michael Edmund of Alpha was groomsman. Ushers were Lyle Wind and Willie Kirk- •Hi itl Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brittingham (Miss Mary Ann Downard) Miss Dahlberg- (Continued from page 8) land of vVoodhull and Brent McCurdy, brother of the bride. A reception in church parlors followed the ceremony, when serving honors were given Mrs. Frank Reils of Laura, Mrs. Nyle McCurdy of Alpha and Mrs. Richard Elliott of Davenport, aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Jerry Kntegcr, sister of the bridegroom. After a short wedding trip the couple will be at home at 181571 h Ave., Molinc. The bride, a graduate of Alwood High School and Moline institute of Commerce, is a member of Chapter L, PEO of Woodhull, and of Zeta Rho Chapter, lota sorority. The bridegroom was also graduate'd from AlWood High School and the Molinc institute of Commerce. The bride is employed at John Deere Harvester, East Moline and the bridegroom, John Deere Plow, Moline. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lcc (Miss Ann McCurdy) will be residing in Evanston, where both will attend Northwestern University. Mrs. Wallace, who is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta sorority, will be a junior at the university in the fall. She is pau- hellenic delegate for. v her sorority. Mr. Wallace, who attended the University of Illinois for two years, was affiliated with Beta Theta Pi fraternity; served four years in the Marines, and was graduated from Loyola University in June. He has received a Hinnman grant for law school and will attend Northwestern this fall. MOUNT CALVARY CHURCH ANNIVERSARY TEA Ladies Aid of Mount Calvary Lutheran Church will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the organization with a silver tea at 2 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the church. Mrs. Harold Bindel and Mrs. Fritz Menke will present a historical sketch of the society. Devotions will be led by Rev. Walter J. Hintz. Mrs. Leland DeSollar and Mrs. Marjorie Schroeder will be in charge of refreshments. About People- (Continued from page 8) including England, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Luxemburg, Switzerland, Italy, San Marino, Scandinavia and Scotland, where they will board a DC Royal Jet plane for home Aug. 11. Miss Bohan, a* graduate of Alexis High School and the University of Oklahoma, teaches French in the Denver, Colo., school system. CIRCLE 5, CHRISTIAN CHURCH Members of Circle 5 of the First Christian Church will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Homer Brown, 684 Olive St. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! JC ewanee Nuptial Mass was sol emnized at 11 o'clock Saturday morning in Visitation Catholic Church in Kewanee for the wedding of Miss Rosemary T. Van Hyfte of Kewanee and Dale Kenney, of Homestead, Fla. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony was Rev. Thompson. • Miss Van Hyfte, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Van- Hyfte Sr., 906 E. Prospect, Kewanee, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin D. Kenney, 901 Simpson Ave,, Kewanee. Four attendants, Miss Patricia Stone of near Sheffield, maid if honor, and bridesmaids Miss Loraine De Windt of near Atkjn- son, and Mjss Linda Buckley, Kewanee, and bridesmatron, Mrs. Qturcli Scene of Style is our Specialty and style is whgt you get —LOOK LOVELIER ——LOOK YOUTHFUL FOR THE PRETTIEST HAIRSTYLE OF ALL CHOOSE ONE OF THESE 3 Big Summer Beauty Buys PEPI Cold W»vo s 5 s. VITALITY CRfMf Cold W»v« $750 CHAUtORON CifMf Cold W«v# $ 500 INCLUDES— • Cold Wave • Test Curl Analysis § Sheen Rinse t Styled Hair dress • Sudsey Shampoo # Glamor Spray •tiMty ~ W»tnf 9494113 F. Wayne Allen, Kewanee, wore dresses styled alike, with Miss Stone in aqua and the others in yellow. Their silk organza dresses had softly belled skirts and draped midriffs caught with a self-material rose. On their hair were triple cascade headbows of organza matching their dresses. The honor maid carried six yellow roses encircled with daisies and other attendants had crescent bouquets of white daisies tied with yellow ribbons. Vicki Stroud of Woodhull was the flower girl and ringbearer was Dennis Kenney, brother of the bridegroom. The bride chose a crescent bouquet of white roses and stephanotis centered with aqua roses as tit.' floral accent for her silk organza wedding gown Designed with pointed basque bodice, three-quarter-length sleeves and scoop neckline outlined with lace, the dress had a bow at the center of the back neckline with streamers falling to the floor. The very full skirt had side panels decorated with roses and the back extended into a chapel train. Her double cascade of. billowing French illusion veiling was caught to a headpiece eremonif of chiffon petals. Guests were seated during an organ prelude by Mrs. Esther Durham, Kewanee, by ushers Donnie Stroud, Woodhull, and Allen Van Hyfte of near Annawan. Allen Steward of near Galva was best man. Following the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served in the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Allen, 440 W. Division, in Kewanee. Serving were Mrs. Fred Allen and Mrs. Keith Addis, both of Kewanee and Miss Joyce Van Hyfte of Annawan. Honors at the reception from 4 o'clock in the afternoon to 8 o'clock in the evening at Visitation Hall were given Mrs. Lawrence Billiet, Mrs. Sophie Fleming, Miss Carol Fleming, Mrs. Elsie Min- neau and Miss Mary Margaret VanVooren, all of Atkinson, Mrs^ Lucille Doubler, and Miss Mary Kay Doubler, both of Annawan, Miss Hejen Kenney, Kewanee and Mrs. Tony Van Hyfte Jr. were at the guest book and Miss Jaci Kenney of Bishop Hill and Mrs. Allen Steward of Galva were in charge of gifts. After the reception the newlyweds left for Miami, Fla., and Wedding Motif, Lavender and White Lavender and white was the color theme for the wedding of Miss Norma Jean Carlson of Lynn Center and Hollis Luker of Viola which took place Saturday evening at the Grace Lutheran Church in Ophiem. In a candlelight service at 7:30 o'clock Rev. Roger Dahlin read the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Carlson, Lynn Center, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Luker, of Viola. Wearing the chantilly lace and nylon tulle wedding gown worn by her sister, Mrs. Larry McKinley, Cambridge, for her wedding, the bride carried a bouquet of lavender and white carnations and lilies-of-the-valley on a white Bible as she walked with her father. The long sleeved bodice had a sweetheart neckline and the bouffant skirt of lace was edged with ruffles of tulle. A crown of pearls held her waist length veiling. Attendants Mrs. McKinley, served as matron of honor for her sister and Miss Lois Neer, Alpha, was bridesmaid. Their identically styled sheath dresses of orchid iinen and rayon had rounded necklines and short sleeves and featured white brocade taffeta overskirts and bows of the same material at the shoulders. Each had circular lavender hats and white veils and carried lavender and white colonial carnation bouquets. Carl Schram of Viola was best man. Tom Woolems of New Windsor was groomsman and Wesley Carlson, Lynn Center, brother of the bride and Kerry Luker, Viola, brother of the bridegroom, seated the guests. Music for the nuptials was presented by Mrs. Morris Larson who also accompanied James Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Luker (Miss Norma Jean Carlson) Have us dryclaan and STORE OUT-OF-SEASON GARMENTS They'll be returned when you want them... ready to wear! STORE NOW PAY NEXT FAIL RAY ANDERSON CLEANERS Fremont & Seminary $t$. after July 1 will reside at 18552 S.W.-310th St., Homestead, Fla. The bride was graduated from Kewanee High School, Moline Institute of Commerce and from the College of Automation in Des Moines, Iowa. The bridegroom, also a Kewanee High School graduate, is in the Air Force, stationed at Homestead Air Force Base, Homestead, Fla. Sergeant, Woodhull, the soloist. Reception At a reception immediately after the ceremony in fellowship hall of the church Miss Carol Seaton was at the guest book, and Miss Sally Page, Miss Kay Spencer and Miss Rubie Klundt arranged the gifts. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Lloyd Carlson, Mrs. Raymond Carlson, Mrs. Harry Carlson, all of Woodhull and Mrs. Ada Anderson of Ophiem. Miss Utz- (Continued trom page 8) College, before teaching in Galesburg. Her husband, a graduate of St. Bede's Academy, was also graduated from the junior college and from the Air Force Officer's Candidate School. Mrs. Luker is a graduate of AlWood High School. Woodhull. Mr. Luker, a graduate of Winola High School, served two years in the army as presidential honor guard at Fort Myers, Virginia. After returning from a short wedding trip, the couple will reside in Viola. Today's Best Buy! AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR SHOPPING PLEASURE 66 North Pralrio Street

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