Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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r 6 Galesbura Register-Mai I, Go lesburg, Monday, July 15, 1963 Mrs. Carl T. Bucttner Jr. (Miss Sara Johnson) Bride, Daughter of Former Resident y]uptla(& *So(mnnized Walking with her father, who gave her in marriage, Miss Mary Diane Pierson became the bride of Lester Potts Jr. Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock at Willjamsfield Methodist Church. Officiating at the double ring ceremony thf bride, daughter of Howard Pierson of Williamsfield and the late Mrs. Pierson, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester News for and About Women 'VUeddi ina a The chapel at the Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., was the scene of the wedding of Miss Sara Charlotte Johnson, daughter of Rear Admiral and Mrs. Ralph C. Johnson of McLean, Va., and Lt. Carl T. Buettner Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl T. Buettner Sr. of Rowayton, Conn. Vows were pledged at 4 o'clock by the bride, granddaughter of Mrs. S. August Johnson, Galesburg State Research Hospital, and Lt. Buettner as Rev. Charles Greenwood read the double ring ceremony for the couple on June 29. Present for the wedding festivities, from Galesburg was Miss Florence Johnson, the bride's aunt. The bride's father flew back from the Pacific, where he has been stationed for the last year. Given in marriage by her father, a former resident, the bride carried a crescent bouquet of white orchids and stephanotis as MR. AND MRS. LLOYD F. WINBIGLER of near Monmouth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol June (above) to Ronald Joseph LcGate, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LcGate of near Galesburg. Miss Winbiglcr is a 1961 graduate of Warren High School and her fiance, a 19(>l graduate of Alexis High School. Both are employed at Galesburg State Research Hospital. No date has been set for the wedding. GALESBURG WOMAN'S CLUB The membership chairman will be at the clubhouse on Wednesday mornings during July from ]0 o'clock to 12 o'clock to receive dues. Payments also may be mailed to the clubhouse. FROM KNOXVILLE — Mr. and Mrs. John Garouttc, 509 Holcomb St., Knoxvillc, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanne Malonc (above) to Roger Lambert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert, 319 E. North St., Knoxville. Miss Malone, a 1962 graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed at May Co. of Galesburg. Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of Knoxville High School, is employed at Inman Motors in Galesburg. Wedding vows will be exchanged on Sept. 1 at 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the Knoxville Christian Church. All friends and relatives are invited to (he wedding and reception to follow in the social rooms of the church. Sidewalk Bargains Beautiful English Bone China Cups & Saucers Stationery and Note Paper Christmas Cards and Christmas Gift Wrap Viz 1.00 v., set off off Ink, many colors 5c bottle Napkins, paper tablecloths & bridge sets I2 All Turquoise jewelry, earrings, bracelets, <=>^ 1 etc .__',2 off off MORE OF OUR SIDEWALK BARGAINS Salt & Peppers Tile Holders Instant Coffee Jars Baby Sitters' Charts Religious Plates Party Hats & Masks Soap for Showers Large Colored Bottles Pens & Pencils Mower Coasters Ruby Red Westmoreland anil Italian Bowls Many other miscellaneous Dishes and Gifts Chairs in our Lobby for your rest and comfort Meet your friends here Skrivatl Quality Qift Shop LARGEST SELECTION OF GIFTS 325 East Main Street Phoue 313-3316 she walked to the altar with him. Of white silk organza, her gown was fashioned with a front panel of Alencon lace, outlined with seed pearls, and a full skirt which swept into a chapel train. Double tiered illusion veiling was caught to a small pearl crown. Attendants Honor attendant was the bride's sister, Mrs. James Grimes of Baltimore, Md.; bridesmaids were Miss Joy Huntrngon, Falls Church, Va.; Miss Janet Johnson, Gettysburg, Pa.; Miss Deena Koonce, Annapolis, Md., and Miss Rae Rustad, Linthicum Heights, Md.; flower girl was Sarah Grimes, the bride's niece. Attendants in aqua lace and taffeta dresses carried bouquets of turquoise Shasta daisies accented with pink carnations. Each had matching tulle veils. Guests offered felicitations to the newlyweds, who are spending the summer at Newport, R; I., at a reception in the gardens of Alumni House. After the first of September, the couple will feside at Berkeley, Calif., where the bridegroom will be attending the University of California School of Law. Mrs. Buettner, who completed her junior year at Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, Pa., will continue her college work at the University of California. She is a member of Delta Gamma sorority. Lt. Buettner, a graduate of Cornell University, has served four years on active duty with the Navy. During this time, he was an aide and flag lieutenant to Admiral K. S. Nasterson and Admiral E. A. Ruckner. Attend Regional Meeting Four members of the Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines Inc., attended a regional meeting Saturday at the Anthes Hotel in Fort Madison, Iowa. The Galesburg group received special recognition, as this was the first regional meeting since the charter was signed for this area. Approximately 100 representatives were present from the 23 surrounding Sweet Adeline chapters, and plans were made for coming events for this region. The afternoon business meeting was followed by an evening banquet and entertainment. Attending from the Galesburg Chapter were Mrs. Maynard DeWeese, council representative, Mrs. Howard Tolley, president, Mrs. Robert Houlihan Jr. and Mrs. Floyd Palm. The next regional meeting will be held in Waukegan on Sept. 14. The VIRGINIAN 130 K. MAIN, Across from O.T.'s OPENING SPECIALS New Beautiful Fabrics Custom Made 1.98 FREE- Yd. 2*98 I'se either entrance — Main or Park Plaza Potts Sr., also of Williamsfield, were Rev. Phillip Snider and Rev. Vincent Will, former minister of the church. Mrs. William Bice presented the organ prelude during which guests were seated by Tom Collopy, Williamsfield, and Kenneth F. Elliott, Kewanee, cousin of the bridegroom. Robert Potts stood with his brother as best man and serving as groomsmen were Larry Graves and Carol Murdock, both of Williamsfield. Mrs. Wilma King, the soloist, was also accompanied by Mrs. Bice. Colonial bouquets of pink carnations and roses were the floral accent for attendants' simply styled dresses of pink cotton faille made with rounded necklines and cap sleeves and worn with bolero jackets. Miss Caroiyn Jo Smith of Williamsfield was maid of honor; Miss Mary Ann Murdock of Williamsfield, bridesmaid, and Mrs. William LaBrush of Peoria, bridesmatron. Their gowns had long bell shaped skirts and crush belts tied in the front. A cluster of pink petals decorated with pearl droplets held circular nose veils Karen Puckett of Galesburg, a cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl and ringbearers were Dennis Smith and Eddie Priest, both of Williamsfield. 'Something Old' As the "something old" for her wedding the bride carried handkerchief, made by her great- great-grandmother, tucked in her bouquet which was a crescent ar rangement of white Sweetheart roses encircling a white orchid A tiara crown of crystals held the three-tiered illusion veiling misting about the shoulders of her wedding gown of chantilly lace and organza over taffeta. Clusters of tiny crystals accented the scalloped square neckline of the lace over taffeta bodice which had long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt had a front panel of lace and the same crystals trimmed the cutaway organza overskirt. A single organza rose was fashion detail of the back of the skirt formed by tier upon tier of scalloped lace flowing into a full chapel train. Reception The chosen colors of the bride, pink and white, were the decorative theme at the reception which followed in the church parlors. Pink candles in crystal candelabra were at each side of the five-tiered wedding cake centering the refreshment table. Serving honors were shared by Miss Mary Margaret Pierson of Williamsfield, Miss Linda Streitmatter of Edelstein and Mrs. James Graves of Peoria. Miss Sandra Watson, the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Potts Jr. (Miss Diane Pierson) bride's cousin, was at the guest book and gifts were arranged by Mrs. James Beavers', Miss Janet Pierson and Miss Kathleen Naslund, all cousins of the bride. Later the couple left for a week's honeymoon near Lake Winnebago, Wis. After July 21 they will reside in Williamsfield. Mrs. Potts, a graduate of Wil­ liamsfield High School will be a junior this fall at Western Illinois University, where her major is kindergarten-primary education. The bridegroom, also a 1961 graduate of Williamsfield High School, attended Western Illinois University. He farms with his parents near Williamsfield. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Corr (Miss Karen Jean Kingcry) iff*- ^Jdn<^eri£ - C^orr \JowS Said at lAJoodkuli Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Karen Jean Kingery, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess L. Kingery of Alpha, • and Dennis J. Corr of Arlington Heights, was solemnized at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at St. John's Catholic Church, Woodhull. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for Miss Kingery and Mr. Corr, son of Joseph Corr of Arlington Heights, and Mrs. Madge E. Corr of Wilmette, was Rev. Gerald Verhoye. Best man was William Tomsik of Skokie. Mrs. Claude Rice was at the organ console to present the prelude as guests were seated and to accompany the choir. Ushers were William Lee of Avon and William T. English of Springfield. Groomsmen included Kirk Hopper of Wilmette and William Hoerle of Morton Grove. Walks with Father The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of nylon organza over taffeta, embroidered at the scalloped neckline, on the short sleeves and repeated as inserts of the fully gathered skirt. Her veil of tulle was caught to a small crown of lace and seed pearls. Her flowers were a cascade bouquet of white roses. Mrs. William J. English of Springfield, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Mrs. William Krueger of Rock Island, and'Miss Sue Wetzel of Sterling, Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority sisters, bridesmaids. Their green silk sheaths were fashioned with small bows at waist in front, short sleeves, each had a matching pill box hat. Their flowers were crescent bouquets of white daisies. The flower girl was Laurie Ann Kness and ringbearers Stephen Kness, „ niece and nephew, of the bride of Pawnee. Reception A reception at the American Legion Hall in Alpha followed the ceremony. Serving honors were given Mrs. Leo Dykeman and Mrs. Charles Dykeman, .aunts of the bride, Mrs. Jerry Krueger, Miss Karen Laird, Mrs. Jerry (Continued on page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Campbell (Miss Marilyn Roberts) To Reside in Arizona fVlite Ifftjarilyn $obertd *3d deride After their marriage in the chapel'of the First Methodist Church and a reception at the church, the former Miss Marilyn Roberts of New Windsor and Douglas Campbell, Mesa, Ariz., left on a wedding trip through Colorado Springs and the western states. Miss Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Roberts of New Windsor, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul C. Coleman of Mesa, Ariz., at a ceremony read at 8 o'clock Saturday evening. Dr. Joseph Hoffman read the ceremony. Mrs. Harry Neave was at the organ console to present a prelude as guests were seated. David Roberts of New Windsor, brother of the bride, served as best man. Ushers included Darrel Roberts of Clinton, 111., another brother of the bride, and Marlyn Reynolds, Altona, the bride's cousin. Carries Roses Reembroidered Alencon lace outlined the scooped neckline of the bride's taffeta gown. Styled with a fitted bodice, the gown had elbow length sleeves and a full skirt featuring deep pleats from a flat bow at the front waistline. Miss Roberts carried a colonial bouquet of white Tiara and Butterfly roses with streamers of white and turquoise ribbon. Her French imported silk illusion veiling was caught to a satin and illusion rose. The bride carried a lace handkerchief traditionally carried by the brides in her family. It was first carried by her maternal grandmother in 1900. Mrs. David Roberts, the bride's sister-in-law, wore a turquoise srlk sheer dress over taffeta fashioned with a modified bell skirt. A handmade rose and streamers accented the back waistline. Butterfly roses in a colonial bouquet were touched with deep turquoise ribbons for accent. Reception Mrs, Charles Shaw of Oneida was in charge of the guest book at the reception which followed in the church parlors. 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