Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 8, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 8, 1963
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ft GfltiibufQ RcalsfefrMaiL Galesburg,.III., Monday, July 8,1963 Ute Social Side • • • Solemn High Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Judith Ann Gunther, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Kenneth Gunther, 251 Circle Dr., and John William Grey Jr. of Medina, Ohio, was solemnized at 10:30 o'clock Saturday morning at immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for Miss Gunther and Mr. Grey, son of Mr. and Mrs. John William Grey Sr., 870 Damon Dr., Medina, Ohio, was Rev. John E. Lohan. Rev. William Cortelyou, DePaul University, Chicago, served as deacon, and Rev. Richard Slavish, as sub-deacon. Philip Grey, brother of the bridegroom, served as thurifer. Best man was Robert L. Klein of Akron, Ohio. Mrs. 0. L. Ostrahder at the organ console presented the prelude and accompanied Tom Lacey, soloist. Guests were seated by Daniel McCarthy, Akron, Ohio, John Knape, Milwaukee, Wis., Jay K. Gunther and Steve J. Gunther, brothers of the bride. Walking to the altar with her father, Miss Gunther carried a cascade bouquet of Amazon lilies, accented with stephanotis and touches of lemon leaves and .pittosporum, to harmonize with her wedding gown of white Irish linen. Lace trim of grape cluster and leaves marked the short sleeves, the waistline belt and the hemline of the dress with its modified bell skirt. Fashion note for the gown, having a scoop neckline, was the detachable chapel train. An open crown pillbox, with matching lace trim, caught her three tiered French illusion veiling. Carry Roses Contrast for the attendants' gala pink linen dresses were their crescent bouquets of red Duchess roses. The dresses were fashioned with scoop necklines, short sleeves, and full back pleats marked at the waistlines with Judith Cjunlker 3 A d&idt Mrs. John William Grey Jr. (Miss Judith Gunther) bows. Each had matching gala pink flowers at the waist and matching flowers and veils for their hair. Miss Barbara Holland served as maid of honor; Miss Jean Harties, Milwaukee, Wis., Miss Joyce Thomas, San Francisco, Calif., as bridesmaids, and Miss Debbie Grey, Medina, Ohio, the bridegroom's sister, as junior bridesmaid. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a wedding breakfast at Harbor Lights following the ceremony. Miss Linda Gunther, the bride's cousin, was in charge of the guest book. Wedding Trip After a wedding trip through northern Illinois and July 14, the couple will be residing at Norfolk, Va. Both were graduated from Marq u e 11 e University, Milwaukee, Wis., where she was affiliated with Alpha Delta Theta and Gamma Pi Epsilon (honorary) sororities, and he, with Pi Sigma Epsilon fraternity. Couple to Reside in Galesburg IJUeddina in Iflfjonmoutlt Gturck Pledging wedding promises in a double ring ceremony at 7:30 o'clock Wednesday evening in the First Methodist Church in Monmouth were Miss Patricia Ann Sickmon of Monmouth and Donald Lee Olson of near Maquon. Miss Sickmon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sickmon,'904 W. Clinton, Monmouth, walked down the processional aisle with her father to exchange vows with the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Olson of rural Maquon. Officiating at the nuptials was Rev. William Butler. Ushers, Richard Carlson, Knoxville, John Jordan, Terry McKay and Danny Simkins all of Galesburg, seated the guests during the organ prelude by Mrs. Ronald Swanson, Monmouth. Mrs. Swanson also accompanied Miss Linda Painter, the soloist. Terry Olson, Maquon, served as his brother's best man. A cluster of pearlized orange blossoms worn low on the forehead held the illusion veiling which misted about the shoulders of the bride's silk organza wedding gown. She carried a bouquet of white stephanotis. The bateau neckline of her dress was outlined with embroidered flowers and the same embroidery was repeated as the bottom of the controlled bell skirt which extended into a brush train. The narrow cummerbund at the waistline was finished at the back with two self-material roses. Miss Mary Watson of Monmouth, the bride's only attendant, was in a dome-skirted ballerina dress of blue organza made with fitted bodice, scoop neckline and short sleeves. A stiffened taffeta bow held her circular nose veil. Guests offered congratulations and best wishes at a reception which followed in the church parlors. Sharing serving honors were Miss Ruth Ann Nagel of Monmouth, Miss Mary Olson of Maquon, Mrs. Ray Musselman of FUTURE BRIDES Be sure to see the China and Crystal and register in our "BridaJ Book." You Receive A Free Gift Too WEBiRS OIFT H !HOP m em MAIN Mr. and Mrs, Donald L. Olson (Miss Patricia Sickmon) •Said at Corpus C^kridti Following their wedding trip through western states newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Bell will reside in Berkeley, Calif., where both will attend Armstrong College in the fall. The former Miss Kathryn Sylvia Hdrkstrom, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Oscar J. Horkstrom, 937 Bateman St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Bell, 201 Duffield Ave., exchanged wedding vows in a ceremony read by Rev. A. B. Curran at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at Corpus Christi Church. French silk illusion veiling, caught to a tiara-type crown of seed pearls, misted about the bride's shoulders as she walked down the processional aisle with her father. Sequins and seed pearls highlighted the bodice of her chantilly lace over taffeta wedding gown styled with sabrina neckline which dipped to a shallow vee at the back. Small rosettes added back interest to the lace skirt. Miss Horkstrom's crescent bouquet was of yellow Pixie Wjuptiaid So/emnized *J(noxvi(!le Giurcli LaFayette and Miss Myrna Sickmon of Monmouth. Miss Peggy Sickmon invited guests to sign the bride's book and gifts were arranged by Miss Janet Robinson of Cameron and Miss Karen Warner and Miss Joyce Monticue, both of Monmouth, When they return from their honeymoon they will reside in Galesburg, where the bridegroom is employed as assistant manager at Kinney's Shoe Store. The bride was graduated from Monmouth High School and attended Western Illinois University at Macomb. She is employed at the First National Bank of Monmouth. Mr. Olson was graduated from Knoxville High School. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee Johnson (Miss Starr Sue Varner) Wedding vows were pledged at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon at the Knoxville Presbyterian Church by Miss Starr Sue Varner and Gary Lee Johnson. Rev. Howard Bailey officiated at the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Varner, 722 E. Anne St., Knoxville, and the son of" Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnson of Dahinda. Miss Varner, who was given in marriage by her father carried white roses and carnations on a white Bible to complement her wedding gown of embroidered tulle over satin. The fitted bodice of embroidered tulie featured an Italian neckline and the bouffant skirt was of tulle over satin. Fingertip length veiling was held by a crown of seed pearls and crystals. The bride wore matching embroidered tulle mitts. A colonial arrangement of pink and white carnations was the floral accent for the pink taffeta and net dress worn by Miss Varner's Announcements... To Visit Brother Miss Inez Tipton and her grandmother, Mrs. Effie Sweeney of 240 W. Simmons St., will leave Wednesday for San Mateo. Calif., for a three weeks visit with Miss Tipton's brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Tipton and son. They will stop in Las Vegas, Nev., before returning home. NEWCOMERS The Newcomers Greeting Club has two events scheduled for this week. Members will meet at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at Lakelawn Swim and Tennis Club for a coffee. Couples will meet at the Northgate Lanes Thursday evening at 8 o'clock in the dining room for bowling and cards. Anyone new in Galesburg interested in either event may call Mrs. Harold Canada, 370 Hawkinson Ave., for information and rides. WOODBINE CAMP Members of Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in lOOF Hall. LAKE BRACKEN Knox County Country Club women's bridge will be Thursday at the clubhouse. Luncheon \s ill be served at 12:30 o'clock, with bridge following at 1:30 o'clock. Reservations should be made as soon as possible with Mrs. Briggs, 2222 N. Broad St. Paul wscs Woman's Society of Christian Service of Emmanuel Methodist Church will meet Thursday morning at 9:15 o'clock in the home of Mrs. Dale B. Johnson, 786 Warren St. JUNIOR WOMAN'S CLUB Junior Woman's Club will meet at 9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning at Lakelawn Swim and Tennis Club. This summer meeting will be guest day. The event is being planned for indoors so variations in the weather will not interfere. BOOSTER CLUB Booster Club of Sincerity Lodge, auxiliary to the Brotherhood >f Railroad Trainmen, will meet at 12:30 o'clock Wednesday noon at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey for a potluck picnic dinner. READ THE WANT ADS! only attendant, Miss Peggy Joan Vincent, maid of honor. Her sleeveless dress was fashioned with scooped neckline and cummerbund which held the deep- hemmed net overskirt. She had a white veil. William Young, Williamsfield, was best man and ushers were Roger Stevens, rural Gilson and James Bailey of near Rio. Mrs. Howard Bailey, organist, played nuptial selections and accompanied the vocalists, the Misses Becky, Nadine and Naomi Flynn of Knoxville. Reception Pink and white, the selected bridal colors, were the decor for the refreshment table at the reception which followed in the church social rooms. The three- tiered cake topped with wedding bells had white candles decorated with pink arranged at each side. Given serving honors were Miss Janice Varner, Knoxville and Miss Patricia Smith, Burlington, Iowa, sister and cousin of the bride; Miss Sharon Johnson, Dahinda, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Mildred Smith, Burlington, the bride's aunt. Miss Carolyn Polen of Maquon was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Mrs. Elden Whirley and Miss Letitia Blohm. After their wedding trip to Chicago and July 11, Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside at 675 Monmouth Blvd. The bride was graduated from Knoxviile with this year's class. Her husband, a graduate of Williamsfield High School, attended Monmouth College. He is employed by Gates Rubber Co. Don't forget that you can grate fresh corjnut in an electric blend| er. The freshly-grated coconut is delightful served as a curry accompaniment or sprinkled over fluffy white frosting atop a cake. carnations and camellia foliage. Attendants Attendants, Miss Joyce Hight of Omaha, Neb., maid of honor, and Miss Roselyn Horkstrom and Miss Barbara Bell, sisters of the bride and bridegroom, bridesmaids, wore blue dresses and carried colonial bouquets of white carnations. The honor maid's pastel blue embroidered silk dress had a bell- shaped skirt and she wore a matching maline veiling on her hair. Bridesmaids wore pastel blue chiffon over taffeta dresses and white satin headpieces with maline veils. Sheran Kay Horkstrom, small sister of the bride, flower girl, was in white and had a basket of petals. As Mrs. Michael Gravino played a prelude of organ music, wedding guests were seated by Donald Swanson and Lee Dick- sort, ushers. Willard L. Fryrear of Burlington, Iowa, stood with the bridegroom as best man. At the reception in the church social rooms serving honors were accorded Mrs. Raymond Rundle and Mrs. Wallace Horkstrom, both aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Saldis Clarey, cousin of the bridegroom. Mrs. Clarence Bowles asked Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eugene Bel (Miss Kathryn Horkstrom) guests to sign the guest book and gifts were arranged by Miss Caroline Stephenson and Miss Linda Jones, both of Knoxville, and Miss Judy Mundwiler. Mrs. Bell, a 1962 graduate of Galesburg High School has been employed by Reserve Life Insur­ ance Company. The bridegroom, a graduate of Galesburg High School, was graduated from Canton Community College with the class of 1962. He will enter Armstrong College as a junior. He has been employed by the CB&Q Railroad. ^J&rkwood +$d Scene d Miss Charlotte Pence, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Pence, of Kirkwood, became the bride of Henry Rogers Jr. of Joliet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rogers Sr. of Industry, Saturday, June 29. bedding vows were exchanged at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in the Kirkwood Methodist Church as Rev. James Pusey read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Tex Lux of Burlington, Iowa. Ushers, were Sharon Dixon and Dwight Smith, Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity brothers of the bridegroom at Monmouth College, who also served as groomsmen, William Rieckhoff and Stephen Pence, brother of the bride. Miss Sandra Smith, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied Allen Munneke of Minneapolis, Minn., vocalist. Flower girls were Terry Kimler and Susan Pensinger, and ringbearer, Greg Pensinger, nieces and nephews of the bride. Attendants Mrs. Munneke, matron of honor, Miss Karin Pence, Miss Anne Pence, sisters of the bride, bridesmaids, were in white organza over taffeta dresses with embroidered skirts. Each carried a single rose to match the cummerbunds at their waistlines. Mrs. Munneke carried a lavender rose; Miss Karin Pence, a lavender pink, and Miss Anne Pence, a pink. The bride, who walked with her father, carried a bouquet of lavender fuji mums and stephanotis to complement her wedding gown of wWte organza over taffeta. Designed with a lace bodice the full skirted dress had an empire waistline. Her veiling, bordered with Spanish lace, was purchased by the bride during a trip to Mexico. Teach in Joliet Mrs. Rogers Jr., a graduate of Western Illinois University, has completed her graduate work at Arizona State University, where she was in school last year. She will teach in Joliet this year, as will her husband, who is a mathematics teacher at Joliet Senior High School. Mr. Rogers Jr. was graduated from Monmouth' College. erewionij* At a reception in the church parlors following the candlelight ceremony, serving honors were given Mrs. Ken Meitus of Macomb. Mrs. Charles Little of Raritan and Miss Susan Davies of Macomb. Mrs. Lux was in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Maida Pence, Miss Myra F*ence, sisters of the bride, and Miss Sherri Kimler, niece of the bridegroom. Are Galesburg Visitors Visitors during the past-10 days In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forrey B. Clay southwest of Galesburg have been Mrs. Clay's mother and brother, Mrs. Teresa Scalera and Dr. Albert Scalera, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bloodgood and children, Jonnie, Allen and Karen, all of West Nyack, N. Y. Dr. Scalera is with the Clarkstown, N. Y., school district and Mr. Bloodgood is postmaster at West Nyack. Mrs. Bloodgood is also employed in the post office. The visitors left Friday to return to their homes. OUTSTAN LE! Every Pair o 1963 Pattern Outstanding values on Naturalizer—the shoe with thV beautiful fit! You 'll chcost from a large collection of casuals, dressy or tailored pumps .., all with one thing in common—COMFORT, COMFORT, COMFORT! Not all sizes in all styles. ROQEMS Shoes 230 C Main

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