Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 16, 1973 · Page 10
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 16, 1973
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iO'Solesburo RMlsttr-Mail. Gotesburg Monday, April 16, 1973 The Social Side . . . ang^e a l!J!lir.!'f':i«!;^*- Ann Dickerman • . • 'MdiNi CongregatiMiil Church was the scene of the wedding ht mii Ann Mtrie btclcerman, daughter of Willidm Dickerman t >t M »|r Mendon and the late Mrs. Dickerman, and Roger Lee Lindeeh, son of Mr* and Mrs. LIndeen, 1420 Russell Ave. on Saturday. Rev. James R. Lahman read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. after guests were seated by Wilfred Venvertloh of Quincy, brother- in-law of the bride, and Ted Nelson of Alexis, the bridegroom's cousin. Best man was Karl Becker of near Oalesburg, and groomsmen, Roger Page of Galesburg and John Dickerman Quincy, the bride's brother. Mrs. Kirk Peter of Mendon. organist, presented the prelude and accompanied Miss Victoria Fitzgerald of Decatur, soloist. Preceding the bride, who walked with her father, were Mrs. Wilfred Venvertloh, Quincy, matron of honor for her sister, Miss Patricia Zdunek, Mt. Prospect, and Miss Sonja Lindeen, Galesburg, the bridegroom's sister. White lace, with lilac ribbon insert trimmed the attendants' dresses of lilac flocked organza in a daisy pattern. Each had matching headpiisce bows fbr their hair. Attendants carried bouquets of viiite daisies and white cushion pompons with yeltow streamers. Ptower girl was Juhe Nelson, Alexis, cousin of the bridegroom, and ringbearer, Rodney StoU of Mendon, the bride's cousin. Walks With Father Given in marriage by her father, Miss Dickerman carried a bouquet of yellow roses and white daisies with streamers as the complement to her gown of white polyester organza and Cardi lace over bridal taffeta. Styled with a high waisted bodice, having long sheer .Mliiiiliiiliiliviili "|(ii•^J;l:|^'i!!;;t;r»i?:,•t|lB[i'|•:; Mrs. R. L. lindeen (Miss Am Didtermaa) (Continued on Page 12) ill' *4 C •'111 Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown (Miss Marcia Ungwall) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Baker (Miss Vickie Cushman) Miss Marcia Lingwall Now on a wedding trip to ihe Smoky Mountains, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leroy Brown were married Saturday at the First United Presbyterian Oiurch. Nuptials were solemnized as |Dr. Kermit Petersen read the double ring ceremony at 1:30 p.m. for Miss Marcia Jean Lingwall, daughter of Mrs. Rradger Olson, Oneida, and the late John Lingwall, and the bridegroom, son of Mrs. David Krans, LaFayette, and the late Richard C. Brown. Best man for his brother was Rodger E. Brown, Altona. Mrs. Harold Moore at the organ console presented the prelude, as guests were seated by Phil Koch, Macomb, Al Brandenberg, Minooka, Doug Slaymaker, Erie, and Daryl Hplmes, Galva. Is Soloist Bill Killinger, Palatine, was soloist. Serving as groomsmen were Ron Brown, the bridegroom's brother, LaFayette, Morgan Lewis, Nauvoo, David Ahlstrand, brother-in-law of the bride, MoKne, and George Sianis, Chicago. Given in marriage by her stepfather, Mr. Olson, the bride wore a silkened organza gown fashioned with long full sleeves, appliqued with lace. Pearled peau d' ange lace farmed the illusion bodice and high sculptured collar. Appliques of the pearled lace were scatterd on the A-line silhouette skirt and formed a sculptured hemline. Matching chapel length veiling, outlined and appliqued in the 'III ^1 ',"•••(•, ''•sr " 111: Ilii Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Trone (Miss Rita Hans) Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dumse (Miss Vickie Johnson) Miss Vickie Johnson — Immanuel Lutheran Church. Altona, was the.scene of the,were Miss Barbara Cushman. Miss Vickie Cushman Wdding vows were exchanged Saturday by Miss Vickie Lynn Cushman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs; Charles P. Cushman, 822 Jefferson, and Richard Charles Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neile Swanson, Osco, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Baker, 1483 Day St., at the Faith United Methodist Church, at a candlelight ceremony. Rev. Kenneth W. Goodell read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. Miss Patti Sanford, organist, accompanied Miss Linda Rowley, soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white dress printed with tiny floral bouquets, and fashioned with a I high neck and long sleeves, which were ruffled. The natural waistline sash formed a bow in the back which flowed down the ruffled train. Short illusion veiling was caught at the crown with real flowers to match those in the gown. Miss Cushman carried a colonial bouquet of pink sweetheart roses, daisies, min- isture carnations and spring flowers, with sprigs of gypso- phila. Attendants Miss Kerre Ann Mitchell was maid of honor, and bridesmaids Miss Rita Hans candlelight wedding ceremony Saturday for Miss Vickie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CSjarles D. Johnson, Oneida, and Michael Dumse, son of Harold Dumse, Burlington, Iowa, and Mrs. Harry Purdue, Burlington. Vows were pledged at 7:30 p.m. as Rev. Milton Engelhardt read' the double ring ceremony for the couple. Guests were seated Swanson, Altona, and Miss Cindy Cushman, both sisters of the bride. Miss Bonita Baker and Miss Melody Swanson, both sisters of the bridegroom. The honor attendant wore Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Rita J. Hans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hans, 1093 Lincoln St., and Charles L. Trone, son of Virgil Trone of Ft. Meyers, Fla.. on Wednesday. The double ring ceremony was read at 7 p.m. by Rev. Ordell Peterson of the First | Lutheran Church. Guests were seated during the organ prelude by Mrs. C. E. Van Norman, by ushers, Kenneth Hans, brother of the bride. Brad Collier, Steve Shotts and Chuck Hoo'k of East Galesburg. UJi^e England was best man, and Herb Hans, brother of the bride, and Dick Jacobs, groomsmen. Soloist was Miss Mary Holt. Given in marriage by her parents. Miss Hans selected a satapeau empire styled wedding gown fashioned by her sister, Mrs. Cynthia Bailey. Of white taffeta and sheer embroidered eyelet nylon, the gown had a fitted bodice, having long sleeves, and a semi-gathered skirt trimmed with pearls, lace and white velvet ribbon. Silk illusion bouffant veiling, caught to a wide brimmed lace hat, formed a chapel length train. The bride carried an arrangement of Japett orchids with accents of gypsophia, tufts of ribbon and streaniers. Maid of hon-ar for her sister was Miss Lisa Hans, and bridesmaids were Miss Cindi Collier and Miss Vicki Cushman, who were in gowns of lavender, pink and blue respectively, with harmonizing flocked overlays accented with lace and satin rib­ bons. Accents were matching parasols with satin and ribbon. The attendants dresses were also styled by Mrs. Bailey. Flower girl was Christy West, and ringbearer, Ricky Hartz. Hosts for the reception which followed at the church were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hartz. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Linda Dennison, Miss Sharon [Bass, Miss Sue Osborne and Miss Betty Parli. After a wedding trip, Mrs. Trone will reside in Galesburg where she is a student at Carl Sandburg College in the Associate Nursing Program. Her husband, who has been stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex., will be stationed in Korea with the Army. Both were graduated from Galesburg Hi^ School. Mr. Trone was employed at Sears Roebuck and Co. prior to his enlistment. BRIDiS DREAMUND When th« loveliest weddinis begin alio the finest in wed- dinr photocrapby. Lowest prices around. Visit the "One Itep Shop" 444 N. Hcii«e»ton St. »h. S49-MU Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hannam (Miss Debra Dale Weir) outlined ana «PP»q"^°/";"f I Samuel Chaney, Galesburg, as^„ ..„„ sculptured peau d ange lace, McMaster, Altona, lace trim, and matching blue was caught to an organza Came- ^^^^^ p^g,^,^^ ^^^^ Each carried bouffant co- lot hat. - . . _ .. , the bridegroom's sister, M»ss .^j jj^^ ^jottgd swiss dress, June Dumse, were bridesmaids. ^ ' jj^^ gatin ^bbon in her They were is blue chiffon ^^.j. Bridesmaids gowns were dresses accented with white various pastel shades, and each wore a matching hair rib- Miss Debra Weir . . . Miss Debra Dale Weir, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Weir Jr., Rio, became the bride of Wlayne Robert Hannam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hannam, Oneida, on Saturday at the Rio Presbyterian Church. Vows were pledged at 7 p.m. as Rev. William Sicihlo *)0ilm read the double ring, ceremony at 7 p.m. Alan Haimam, the bridegroom's brother, Abingdon, was best man. Miss Ann Holey, Monmouth, soloist, was accompanied on the organ fay Miss Lorrie Lindgren, New Windsor. Given in marriage by her f«tlier, Miss Weir wore a long gown of her own design of mura- mist over satin fashioned with' a hi0i collar and bodice trimmed with lace and seed pearls. The full gathered skirt ending in a long train was edged witli wide lace. Fingertip illusion veil was caught to a Juliet cap trimmed with lace and seed pearls. She carried a colonial fairy tale bouquet oi pink and white miniature carnations, purple statice, Miss Lingwall carried a handmade lace handkerchief carried by her mother and her grandmother, Mrs. Oliver Nelson, Altona. Her crescent cascade bouquet of white gardenias, white sweetheart roses, and stephanotis, was accented with cut ivy. Mrs. David Ahlstrand, Moline, was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Terri Stenberg, Chicago; Mrs. Lori Vana, East Moline, Miss Sherrill David, Evanston, and Mrs. Gearge Sianis, Chicago, all sorority sisters of the bride. Attendants were gowned in (Continued on.Page 12) Magic Mirror Braufy Solon CORNiR IINCOLN I Proudly Presents KARLEE LAWSON Expodenced to care for your Hair. Karlee welcomes all old customers & would be happy to meet new ones. Ph. 342-3315 F9f Appointment NORTH $25.00 FROST Now $15.00 L Toner — Set 4i Style Included $20.00 Hi-PROTfIN PERM Juft $17.50 For Normal Ic Tinted I I- WIOLfTS - $3.50 SHAMPOO Ic SET CASCADES " $5.00 SHAMPOO & SET WIGS - SYNTHETIC «5.00 '«^S ?r°° " HUMAN HAin-S7.&0 MON. - SAT. (Continued on Page 12) loist was Gale Adams, Oneida, ^lonial bouquets of white gladi- The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a sheer organza gown fashioned with Bishop sleeves, a beribboned Empire silhouette trimmed with sequined scalloped Chantilace, and a detachable chapel length train. Her long illusion veil, outlined in Chantilace, was caught to a Camelot cap. She carried a bouffant cascade bouquet of white Jappett orchids, white Sweetheart roses and white stephanotis. Mrs. Max Swanson, Altona, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. Samuel Chaney, cousin of the bride, Miss Paula Johnson, Macomb, and ola florets,' miniature blue tint ed carnations and gypsophila. Is Best Man Best man for his brother was James Dumse. Groomsmen were Michael Milligan, Kansas City, Mo., Dennis Davison and Howard Jackson. Jodi Swanson, the bride's niece, and Joseph Carr, the bride's cousin, were flower girl and ringbearer, re* spectively. A reception was held for the couple in the church parlors following the ceremony. Serv- bon. All carried small hand bouquets of cut spring flowers. Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Steven L. Baker, Osco. Groomsmen were Charles Blust, Bryant Baker, the bridegroom's b r o (t h e r, Steven Wilson and Terry Mitchell. Ushers were the bride's (Continued on Page 12) NOON DAY HOLY WEEK WORSHIP ' Tutsday, April 17 - 12:0S-12:30 Preaching Ta'her Thad Rudd, Grace Episcopal Church MUSIC Lombard Junioi High School Choir Organ Recital at 11:35 Mrs. A. B. Rosine, Covenant Church Kiwaivs Club atlendiiig. WGIL Broadcast 1:05-1:30 Trinity Lutheran Church KELLOGG and FERRIS (Continued on Page 12) MALES' formol weor •'In Stock Rentals" PHONE m/uim\ After iftcTlor* Palm tMch Reslster for Fret Honeymoon to Las Vegas to WMt Main St., Galaibuig A CLOCK RADIO WESTCLOX • AM/FM • Digital « Lighttd Diol Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg When You Know It's For Keeps BANQUETTE ''It's Nymdn For Diamonds" MARIAN 11<«. ' N Y /V 1 I \. 1 L 1 ir, 56 N. PRAIRIE ST. PH. 343-5413

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