Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 1, 1963 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 1, 1963
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h -J III 11 '$ i J Ml K1 1 S 1 ma i una anc * - r • Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Anna Marie Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George William Baker of Cotinellsville, Pa,, ahd Karl Lee Beghtol, son of Mr. and Mrs, Edwin W. Beghtol of near Galesburg, was solemnized at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at Immacu* late Conception Church In Connellsville. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony fort Miss Baker and Mr, Beghtol was Rev. Maur- Wallace. The Men's Choir sang the mass, accompanied by Miss Jennie Cuneo, organist, who also presented the prelude as the guests were seated. Attendants Ushers included James Mathie* son of Glenmont, Md., Michdel Leonhard of University Park, Md., and Richard Maddas, Connellsville. Mrchael E. Koontz of Hy- my A in JC eu/anee Now on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, the former Miss Lorene Josephson, a member of the nursing staff at Galesburg State Research ^Hospital, ahd Ronald Tuthill of Wyoming, 111., were in the Calvary Baptist Church in Kewanee. married Sunday afternoon Attendants, sister, Miss Jennie Josephson, of Rockford, maid of honor; Miss Eleanor Canfield of Gales* roses, stephanotis and ivy was a the bride's I lace handkerchief from Sweden, as was her traditional Swedish myrtencruna-as catching her veil* The veiling flowed to the ing. burg, bridesmaid, Jamie and Miss veiling and M i s s I chapel train of her angel taffeta wedding gown. The sheath gown was fashioned with a detachable bouffant skirt and styled with a fitted mist Kay Sorey of LaMirada, Calif., junior bridesmaids, preceded the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Josephson of Kewanee, as she walked with her father. At the altar was the bridegroom, soh of Mr. And Mrs. Glenn E. Tuthill of near Wyoming; the best man Rdger Schultz of Olympia, Wash./and groomsman, Ptiilip Josephson of Kewanee, brother of the bride. During the organ prelude by Mrs. Dagny Carlson of Kewanee, guests were seated by Paul Livek and Pete Reiff, both of Kewanee. Miss Leona Palm of Galesburg and Harry Redin of Kewanee presented vocal selections as part of the double ring ceremony read by Rev. Roger Hedburg. Carries Roses Tucked in the center of the bride's cascade bouquet of white Mce lice having a scoop neckline. Appliques of lace and seed pearls decorated the b with its three-quarter sleeves. As the something old she had a lav- alier her mother, had worn at her wedding. The maid of honor and the bridesmaids u ere in identically styl&l gowns of blue nylon sheer over taffeta designed with detachable bell skirts. Each had matching picture hats of blue net and carried cascade bouquets of white majestic daisies. The junior bridesmaids in pale yellow satin brocade gowns also hdd matching picture hats. They carried white satin covered canes with bows and trimmed with daisies on the ribbons. r (Continued on page 14) attsvillc, Md„ served as best man for the bridegroom, who resides In Oxon Hill, Md. Serving as matron of honor was Mrs, Carol Sue Merkt of Pitts* burgh, Pa., a former classmate of the bride. Bridesmaids were Miss Roberta Goodwin of Detroit, Mich., Miss Carol Maddas, Lemont Furnace, Pa., and Miss Pa* tricia Maddas, Connellsville, The bridesmaids were all cousins of the bride, as was the flower girl, Miss Kimberly VanSickle of Connellsville, Carrying nosegays of blue and white tinted rosed and carnations the attendants were gowned alike in blue sheath gowns with bell- shaped sheer overskirts. Each had a matching rosette and seed pearl headpieces. Walking with her father, who gave, her in marriage, the bride carried a white bridal missal decorated with blue and white stephanotis and ivy. The bodice of the bride*s silk organza gown, with French lace motifs was lace and had a sabrina neckline trimmed in chalk white pearls and sequins. The regal style bouffant skirt formed a train and was completed in the back with a loop bow. Bouffant three-tiered veiling was caught to a crown of seed pearls with a scalloped edge. Molinaro's orchestra presented the music for the reception at the Sons of \Italy Hall, Dunbar, Pa., where a buffet dinner was served. Blue Chinese lanterns and white wedding bells, With blue Mrs. Karl Lee Beghtol (Miss Anna Marie Baker) and white streamers and matching floral arrangements set the reception decor. The five-tiered cake was topped with a miniature bride and groom and the layers were separated by white pillars'and swans. After a tour of the southern states and Florida, the newlyweds will reside at Oxon Hill, Md. Mrs. Beghtol a graduate of Mercy Hospital School of Nursing, Pittsburgh, Pa., is a member of the nursing staff of Andrew's^ A i r Force Base Hospital, Camp Springs, Md. Mr. Beghtol, a graduate t>f Galesburg High School, is employed by Krafft-Murphy Inc., of Arlington, Va. 1tL 2>, oro J. 2). Racine, Wis., will be the first home of Mr. and newlyweds Mrs. Jerry Lee Smith who exchanged wedding promises in a double ring ceremony read at \ o'clock Sunday a ft ernoon at Abingdon Congregational Church. Rev. John Buran officiated at the nuptials. The former Miss Dorothy L. Dunn is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dunn, Sanitary Road, Abingdon and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Smith of Union Grove, Wis. V Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a wedding gown of embroidered silk from Hawaii designed with sabrina neckline, fitted bodice and bouffant skirt. The front over-skirt, fashioned in apron effect, was trimmed with scalloped edging and the full back panel of tulle was ruffled at the hemline. Miss Dunn's cascade bouquet of white Butterfly roses, lilies-of-the-valley and ivy was centered with pink Sweetheart roses. \ Attendants Miss Martha Sheridan was maid of honor and Miss Carole Perin was bridesmaid. Both are from Abingdon. Peggy Smith of Abingdon, the bridegroom's niece was flower girl and ringbearer Brent Cramer, cousin of bride, mm ft* •Mm, - - y ' -J life, was the The sheath identically styled dresses of the attendants were of Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Lee Smith (Miss Dorothy L. Dunn) onnxe el&on Attendants gowned in varying shades of lavender presented an effective contrast to the bridal white organza wedding dress worn by Miss Connie Nelson of Rio as she walked to the altar of the Henderson Grove Lutheran Church Saturday evening to pledge vows with Philip Huff of Monmouth. The double ring ceremony read at 8 o'clock by Rev. Johnson. was Roy The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Nelson of Rio, was escorted by her father. Serving as best man for the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Swartout of Woodhull, was Roger Set- was Roger terdahl, North Henderson. Mrs. Mark Robertson, of Wilmington, 111,, aunt of the bride, was at the console of the organ and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Paul Setterdahl of North Henderson. Seating the guests during (Continued on page 15) 1 Mr. and Mrs (Miss Com * 7 ' Galesburg Kegisfer-Mail MONDAY SEC. "2 PAGE 13 War! JC. 2) ft avid r Wedding vows were exchanged in the chapel of the First Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clock by Miss Marilyn K. Davis and C. Clyde James. Dr. Joseph Hoffman read the double ring ceremony Saturday evening for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Davis, 1026 Dayton Dr., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carol James of Bowen. Norman Horack of Macomb served as best man. Guests were seated by Larry James of Bowen, brother of the bridegroom, and Gary Kendall of Plymouth, his cousin. Mrs. Harry Neave at the organ console, presented the prelude as guests were seated and accompanied John Hirst, vocalist Ivy edged the bouquet of white roses and blue stephariotis carried by the bride, who walked with her father to the altar. Ap­ pliques of embroidered organza flowers marked the white nylon bridal dress with its organza fitted bodice, having a cameo neckline. The bell skirt was fashioned with a full sides and back which formed a chapel length train. Fingertip veiling was caught to a tiara crown in handmade simulated miniature pearls and crystal bead trim. Is Maid of Honor F Reflecting the touch of blue in the bride's bouquet was the honor attendant's dress of blue organza. Miss Carole Vasey, a Sigma Kappa sorority sister, served as maid of honor. Contrasting blue trim marked the side front of the dress skirt. jice, the Styled with a fitted skirt was pleated. Her matching blue veil was caught to a pillbox hat. Miss Vasey's flowers were white carnations and light blue pompons arranged with spring rye. pink polished cotton and hadl gan prelude by Mrs. Floyd Tubbs of Abingdon, were Don Penn and Gary Dunn, the bride's brother, both of Abingdon. Soloist was Miss matching organza tunics. They were made with scooped necklines and short sleeves. Each had pic* ture bat of net with white ribbon streamers. The honor maid and French of Abingdon, bridesmaid had cascade bouquets Pink and white, the bride's col- of pink carnations. Robert Murdock of Mr. and Mrs, Wayne E, Madvig (Miss Sandra Kay Norris) m San JC Abingdon was best man and Sid Lewis, also of Abingdon, was groomsman. Seating the guests during the or- au ors, decorated the serving table at the reception in the church social rooms. Huckleberry foliage encircled the wedding cake. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Richard Ginther, Miss Jo Herman, Miss Dorothy Melvin and the Mrs. Lfee Links, all of Abingdon; Miss Terry Schear, Galesburg; m f N j Ctol ^t )n, MO i I Honors were shared by Miss and Miss Peggy Derrickson of | * n A reception followed in church lounge where the blue and white color theme was continued. Mr. and Mrs. C. Clyde James (Miss Marilyn K. Davis) 7 the couple will reside at 12 W. Center, Mt. Morris, where both will be teaching next year. Both were graduated from ding trip to Wisconsin and July I Western Illinois University, Macomb, where the bride was member, of Sigma Kappa sorority. She has been teaching at Crystal Lake this past year. Fairway Winners... California. Later, the couple left on a wedding trip to St. Louis, Mo. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Abingdon High School. Her husband was graduated from t h e same school in 1962 and is env ployed by Anaconda Brass Co. in Kenosha, Wis. They will reside at 828V 2 College Ave., Racine. Bonnie Rayner of Crystal Lake, Mrs. Tom Wilson, Miss Mary Ann Gibbs of Leland and Mrs." Harold White of Lincoln. Miss Sally Guidinger was in charge of the guest book. Upon their return from a wed- BUNKER LINKS At Bunker Links Friday morning 47 women teed off in guest day play. After lunch at Club 19 prizes in the days' play were awarded. Winners were: medalist, 18 holes, Miss Beverly Trotter; low gross, Mrs. Nita Rush, Peoria, Mrs, Gale Ward, Lake Bracken and Mrs. John Foley, Bunker Links. Medalist, 9 holes, Mrs. Clarence Jearling; low gross, Mrs. Dorothy Weir, Lake Bracken, Mrs. Janet Nelson and Mrs. Carl Schultz, Bunker Links. Low net, 18 holes; Mrs. Frank Shanks, Lake Bracken; Mrs. Betty Miller, Peoria, and Mrs. Robert Ilerr and Mrs. Morris Patty, both of Bunker Links. Low net, 9 holes; Mrs. Marvin Behrens and Mrs, Ray Stebor, both of Lake Bracken and Mrs, John Thiel, Bunker Links. ornd Miss Sandra Kay Norris, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Norris Sr., 2123 Washington St., became the bride of Wayne E. Madvig, son of Mr, and Mrs. Donald Madvig, U4 Highland Ave., Saturday evening. Wedding vows were pledged at the Mission Covenant Church at 7 o'clock as Rev. {Jarold Ahlberg read the double ring ceremony, Lee Madvig, of East Peo* ria, the bridegroom 's brother, served as best man. Brothers of the couple, Fred Madvig and couple, Charles Norris Fred Madvig Jr., of Portland, Oregon, seated the guests during the organ prelude. Soloist was Dean Sippel. Mrs. A. B. Bosine was at the organ niece console. Robin Madvig, Paul of the bridegroom, of the bride, Carlson, nephew served as* flower girl and ring bearer, respectively. With &er wedding dress of em­ broidered white organza over satin the bride carried a colonial uquet of white carnations and stephanotis touched with green foliage. Misting about the shoulders of her ballerina length dress was illusion veiling caught to a pearl tiara. Mrs. Fred Madvig, matron of honor, was in a mint green nylon net over taffeta dress. Her shoulder length veiling was caught to a headband. Mrs. Madvig, the bridegroom's sister-in-law, carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations ringed with a lemon leaf collar and trimmed with moss streamers. Calendar SINCERITY LODGES Guests attended a reception following the ceremony at the bride's home, where Mrs. Charles Norris Sincerity lodge Ladies Auxi Jr., of Portland, Ore., Mrs. Rob- iary to the Brotherhood of Rail- ert Harmison, the bride's sister, Mrs. Richard Norris, a sister-in- law, and Mrs. Merle Nelson shar- ^ ed serving honors. In charge of the guest book were Miss Julie Harmison, Miss Paul Ann Carlson, bride's niece, and Miss Gail Norris. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Paul Carlson, the bride's sister. After a wedding trip and July 15, the couple will reside at 399 W. Tompkins St. Mrs. Madvig. a graduate of Galesburg High School, was employed at 0. T. Johnson's. Mr. Madvig, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employ- road Trainmen, will meet at the Elks Club Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. ARMED FORCES SERVICE CLUR Members of the Armed Forces Service Club will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Community Lounge of the YMCA. LWML Mount Calvary Lutheran Women's Missionary League will meet at the home of Mrs. Erwin Moeller, 1839 Robertson Ave., Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock with Mrs. Moeller and Miss Esther Vatthau- er as hostesses. Mite boxes are Galesburg Member Is New Chairman Parent-Teacher Association District 4 board met recently with Mrs. Evelyn Purlee, district director, for luncheon at the Town 9 erne To Be Honored At Dinner Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Hb- gan, 291 Walnut Ave., will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary Tues- Each guest upon arrival was presented with a color- a * a dinner to be gt- ful lei Saturday evening when members of Lakelawn tended by their three Swim and Tejinis Club and their guests gathered for rdau g hfcers and members of their awn and Country Aledo. Members sented ed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. j due at this meeting. Restaurant in present repre- Knox, Mercer, Warren and Henderson counties. Fall conference plans were completed and it will be at Aledo High School with Mercer County as hosts, Tuesday, Oct. 8. Registration will be from 9 to 9:30 o'clock. Mrs. Purlee also announced that Mrs. Robert Parkinson of the club's first party. The leis set the theme for the luau, which was served around the pool. Long white cloths were marked with white chrysanthemums and trailing greenery. Palm trees, fish nets and other sea decorations added to the island theme, as did the costumes of those attending. After the grand march around the pool, the serving table arrangements of birds of paradise were presented Mi*, and Mrs. Ivon Lindbeck and Mr. and Mrs. William Baird, for the best costumes. Music for the event, which included swimming, was presented by the Quintones, under the direction of Charles Kjiapp. The combo Galesburg and District 4 is the play ? d dudng the s , Up{) ?f\ hour ^ for the danc , in S * hich f ? U . 0 . wed new state legislation chairman. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! Arrangements for this initial party were by Mr. and Mrs. Art Fish, Mr. and Mrs. Jean Pickrel, Mr. and Mrs. William Holliday, Dr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuster and Mr. and Mrs.. Fred Apsey. families. Hosts for the event will be their daughters, Mrs. Bernard (Lucille) Rundle of Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mrs. Don (Helen) Bradley ami Mrs. Foster (Betty) Seiberli&t both of Galesburg. Mr. and Mrs. Hogan were mgj* ried July 2, 1913 at the Megfe odist Church in Blooming ton aid have resided in Galesburg 49 years. They are affiliated w(jj|| First Christian Church. The top* pie have five grandchildren. Mr. Hogan, who is now retired, was employed for a number of years at MeColUun Brolh&r* dy factory.

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