Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on April 16, 1973 · Page 11
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, April 16, 1973
Page 11
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Gdlfesbuffl Register-Mail, Golesburg, Monday, ApfiIJ6> 19^3 11 • • • Miss Nancy Wallace After a wedding trip to western Montana and April 23, Mr. and Mrs. t)avld L. Wilson, who were married Sunday at the Coldbrook Christian Church, wiU reside at Sycamore. Weddini^ vows wefa pted^ed at 3 p.m. as Rev. Tom Akers read the double ring oeremonyj for the bride, the former Miss Nancy Ann Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Wallace of near Monmouth, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles T. Wilson, 1W3 MacLean Court, Olenview. Guests were seated by Wayne Wallace of Monmouth, the bride's brother, and Dennis R. Skowronski of Moline. Roger Wilison of Arlington Heights, brother of the bridegroom was best man, and Mr. Skowronski, gnxMusman. Mrs. Max Johnson of Cameron was organist, and Mrs. Harry Keller of Monmouth, pianist. Both are aunts of the bride. Gerald Gardner of Cameron was soloist. Attendants Preceding the bride, who walked with her father, was Miss Carol Wallace of Peters- Do You NMd A PammMtt 12.50 for 8.50 THERESA SHIPP BEAUTY SHOP •72 M. AeadwBT •!. AppelBtmmti Onlr — M3-I304 burg, maid of honor for hef sister, and Miss Donna Knslow of Belvidere, bridesmaid, who wero in lilac organza gowns, with ruffle trim. Each had lilac Swiss braid hats trimmed with lavender tulle. Their flowers Were bouffant colonial bouquets of lavender tint carnations, glad fkirets and purple statice with heather aocent. White satin was the trim for the bride's white organza gown fashioned wifh an empire waistline and A-line skirt designed with back interest of tiered set- in back ruffles marked with a satin back bow. A white Swiss braid hat banded and bowed with tulle completed her costume. Miss Wallace carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of white gardenias, white Sweetheart roses, and white stephanotis with gypsophila and purple statice and net accent. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Adrienne Wilson of Glienvlew, asked the guests at the reception at the church to sign the bride's book. Gifts were ar- ^ §w 11 (Continued on Page 12) Mr. and Mrs. (Miss Nancy David Wilson Ann Wallace) Wedding Will Be April 27 The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Lynn Bramlett to Steve McLaren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald McLaren, Gilson,'is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bramlett, East Moline. The bride-elect is a graduate of United Township High School, East Moline, and the Cele Whan Academy of Beauty, Rock Island. She is employed at Curl Comer, Silvis. Her fiance is a [graduate of KnoKville Higli School and is employed at Kroger's Food Store, Galesburg. The wedding will be April 27 at 7 p.m. at the Gilson Community Church. All friends and relatives are invited. '''' .. . ..ihlliuliitl'l • burg, who seated the guests after the prelude by Mrs. Ronald Swanson ol Monmouth. Soloist was Mrs. Don Teel. Attendants, Mrs. Don Olson, Omaha, Neb., matron of honor, sister of ithe bride, and Miss Linda Brent of Monmouth, bridesmaid, each carried a single white rose with streamers as the accent for their apricot dotted Swiss gowns, with daisy trim. Each bad nylon braid picture hats with apricot ribbon trim. Carries Roses Given in marriage by her Mi §8 Peggy Sickttion Miss Peggy Sickmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Llo)id Sickmon, 904 W. Clinton, Monmouth, became the bride of David Fullerton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burt Fullerton of near Monmrnth, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at 2:30 p.m^-al Rev. E. J. Lang read the double ring| ceremony for the couple. Best man for his hroVnet was Bob Fullerton, of Ft. Madison, Iowa, and groomsman was Randy Peake of near Monmouth. Ushers were Don CMson of Omaha, Neb., Eddie Stevens of Monmouth and Don Teel of Gales- father, Miss Sickmon,^who carried a colonial bouquet of white Sweetheart roses, apricot pompons and gypsopliila, selected a sata-peau empire gown .with a fitted bodice, having IMgh cd^ lar edged with narro|W-Venice lace, and a flared skirt, fashioned with a deep flounce. Irimmed with lace. Cathedr^l^ .^.length mantill^ veiling was edged with wide scalloped aiimtilly lace, caught to a sunHSiiit lace heat^ece accented wi |B £J^rls. H<»iors at the recepHgngwhich (Continued on ValggfH2) Mr. and Mrs. David Fullerton (Miss Peggy Sickmon) JAY-CETTES CLUB The Jay-C-Ettes Club meeting will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Home Savings & Loan Assn. It will be "In-Town Guest Night" and introduction of new members will be held. The program will be presented by Mrs. D. Mills and Mrs. G. Bursted on the "Physically Handicapped." AU members are reminded to bring groceries for the Easter Basket. Co-hostesses will be Mrs. James Moore and Mrs. Keith Olson. SWEET ADEUNES The Sweet Adelines will practice Tuesday at 7 p.m. at George Churchill Junior High School. WANT ADS PAY DIVIDENDS! ^HOP 1115 N. HENDEKSON SI. For The Ultimata In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch For Every Bride And Her Budget USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY • iirs 00 * On Sal., Mar l«h lo Tulip Ural at Palfa, Iowa. Tour-with local guide. Dinner at^.Dutch Buffet. Reservations due Mon., May 7th. Phone 342-485«or 342- 671S. '^^'p Conlinaalal TraUwar -Ant m for Easter BE BEAUTIFUL I., - in.. FEMININITY - it's tlie.lrend FEMININITY - it's the word PERMANENTS waves and curls just as you like them ALSO priced — as you like them 850.1000.12" SHAMPOO t FASHlOhl >ET styled in the latest trend 208 HILL ARCADE 342-3015 STYLEb HAIRCUT 200 an Important factor for beauty WiU Install PTA Officers Officers of the Farnham Par ent-Teacher Association will be installed at the next meeting when Roland Hegg will present the program. The officers were elected at the April meeting, rather than installed as previously reported. HOME LIFE, ARTS DEPARTMENT Home Life Department and the Arts Department of the Galesburg Woman's Club will hold a joint meeting, Thursday at 2 p.m. in the clubhouse. L. R. Willcinson will screen slides of "The Land of the Maya." A tea will follow with social committees of both departments participating. toCERS SHOES The softest, sliclcest slip-on with cushioned insole and rope wedge heel atop a tiiin slice of aepe sole. Up-to-tlie-minute fashion, Ck>mfortabie? Yog betcha. Red, Blue, White or Blacic shiny uppers llie ri^t lamp at the ri^ price. SPECIAL PRICES ON Ethan Alkn LAMPS Sideboard Lamp $89.95 Now You Con Find Special Savings on Ethan Allen Lamps. Let Our Trained Decorating Experts Help You Choose The Right Lamp To Light Up Your Home Tankard Lamp $39.95 Gallery Lamp $39.95 Twin Arm Hurricane $59.95 4 CARRIAGE HOUSE 248 E. SIMMONS ST. Across From Large City Parking lot OPEN MONDAY ' NIGHT 'Til 9 P.M. n

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