Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 29, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 29, 1963
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8 Salesburfl Reejisfer*Mef, Galesburg, HI. Monday, July 29, 1963 Mr. and Mrs. David S. Bantz (Miss Susie Keating) ^J^Cea Una- (13an h en an C^kurcli S. Bantz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bantz, 1065 N. Cedar St. Mr. Rau had also given away the bride at the wedding of Miss Keating's mother, his sister, 22 years ago. Here for the ceremony were Mrs. Keating, and also the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Louise Rau of Detroit. Officiating at the 2 o'clock nuptials and reading the double ring service were Dr. Kermit Petersen and Rev. Perry Tudor of the Bradley Christian Foundation of Peoria. A crown of pearls held the silk illusion veiling misting about the shoulders of the bride's harlequin chantilacc and organza wedding gown, the bodice of which was designed with square neckline and long sleeves. The fully gathered skirt of organza had a simulated peplum of lace which came to a point. She carried white orchids tied with blue ribbon streamers atop a white Bible. The blue and white bridal theme was noted in the Copen blue dresses and crescent bouquets of blue and white carnations of Miss Barbara Jorgenson, Peoria, maid of honor, and bridesmaids, Miss Diane Ator, Peoria and Miss Carrol Bantz, sister of the bridegroom. LaDonna Bantz, also the bridegroom's sister was flower girl. Attendants' blue sheer over taffeta gowns had bateau necklines, three-quarter length sleeves and short matching overskirts, accented with a bow at the front. Matching petal headpieces with circular veils were worn. Phillip Harris, Milford, Mich., served as best man and groomsmen were Thomas Pearson, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and Ronald Vancil. Kermit Bantz, brother of the bridegroom, was junior groomsman. Guests were seated by Donald The bride, Miss Susie Eileen Keating, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Keating, 3608 Bay Road, Redway City, Calif., walked down the processional aisle of First United Presbyterian Church Saturday afternoon with her uncle, Carl Rau, of Detroit, Mich., to pledge wedding vows with David Richards and Larry Anderson, Lovett Elanga and Lee Clement, all three of Peoria. Reception Guests offered felicitations at a reception in the church parlors. Accorded serving honors were Mrs. Donald Bivens and Miss Mary Sokolis of Peoria. Also Mrs. Clarence Bantz of Aurora and Mrs. Robert Chase, Galesburg, the bridegroom's aunts. Miss Sonia Bantz, sister of the bridegroom was at the guest book and Mrs. Thomas Pearson of Cedar Rapids was in charge of gifts. Now honeymooning at Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Bantz will reside at 7225 W. Plank St., in Peoria after Aug. 12. Mrs. Bantz was graduated in 1960 from Menlo-Atherton High School in California and from College of San Mateo's Vocational Nurses Training School in 1962. A member of Alpha Gamma Sigma, California state honor society, she is employed at Methodist Hospital in Peoria. The bridegroom, a 1959 Galesburg High School graduate, was graduated from the College of Applied Sciences at Bradley Uni- doupL Recite Uowd Coidbrook Cliuvcli Coldbrook Christian Church was the scene of the Sunday afternoon wedding of Miss Judith Kaye Squire, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Squire of near Galesburg, and Donald Everett Fredrickson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Fredrickson of near Seaton. The couple exchanged vows at 2:30 o'clock with Rev. Hugh A. Reynolds reading the double ring ceremony. As guests were being seated by Dwight Ricketts, Seaton, and Wayne Hoteling, Macomb, Mrs. Ethel Carson, Oneida, presented the prelude. She also accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Mauritz Hodges of Oneida. Paul Fredrickson of Little York was best man, and John Fredrickson of Seaton was groomsman. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Squire carried a crescent cascade bouquet of yellow roses centered with white cattleya orchids as the color accent for her ballerina length wedding gown of nylon organza and lace. Worn with a short-sleeved jacket of chantilly lace, the scoop-neck- lined sleeveless dress had a bouffant skirt circled at the waistline with a cummerbund. A shoulder length veil of illusion cascaded from a lace half-hat decorated with seed pearls. Her lace handkerchief was brought from Brussels, Belgium, by the bridegroom. Attendants Miss Joyce Elaine Squire, Springfield, sister of the bride, Miss Peggy Klusmeyer of near Cameron, bridesmaid, and Julie Squire, also a sister of the bride, flower girl, wore identically styled dresses of white embroidered nylon over aqua sheaths fashioned with lowered round necklines, short kimono sleeves and bouf- (Continued on page 9) Pledge Wedding Vows Mr. and Mrs. Gay McGill, 1165 E. Fremont St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Sharon Pavlat to Warren F. Blythe, son of Mrs. D. E. Ramey, 527 N. Broad St., and H. L. Blythe of Spring Valley. Wedding vows were pledged Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, when the double ring ceremony was read by Rev. James Agee in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs. Pavlat was given in marriage by her father. Attending her as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Ted VerHaar of South Holland, 111. Serving as best man was John Golofsky. Mrs. Emil Dalberg was at the console of the organ. A reception for members of the family and a few friends followed in the McGill home on East Fremont Street. Given serving honors were Mrs. Jack Savidge, Mrs. Don Gillenwater and Mrs. L. A. Bradford. After a wedding trip to Florida and Aug. 5, the newlyweds will reside at 1181 Willard St. Mr. Blythe is employed by Brown Specialty Co. Also attending the ceremony from out of the city were Mrs. H. L. Blythe, Spring Valley, Mrs. Marie Peyron and Mrs. Francine Bouseman, both of Fountain Green and Ted VerHaar of Sou-:h Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fredrickson (Miss Judith Kaye Squire) tulle veils were caught to small aqua rings and they wore short lace gloves. Bouquets were crescents of yellow glamellias centered with yellow roses in a darker shade, the flower girls being in miniature. The bridegroom's nephew, Will Fredrickson of Little York was the ringbearer. The yellow floral theme was continued in the miniature bride's fant skirts. Their white scalloped bouquet of roses and glamellias atop the tiered wedding cake on the refreshment table at the reception in the church parlors. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Wayne Hoteling, Macomb, Mrs. Paul Frederickson, Little York, Mrs. Richard Corbin, East Galesburg, and Mrs. Dwight Ricketts of Seaton. Mrs. Christine Smith invited guests to sign the guest book and Miss Marilyn Diericks, (Continued on page 9) Announce Wedding ... Jl CARROLL'S FOR EDUCATIONAL GAMES The marriage of their youngest daughter, Miss Carolyn Sue Blust to Robert Perryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Perryman of Yates City is 'announced by Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Blust, also of Yates City. The couple were married Tuesday, July 23 in Galesburg. Mrs. Perryman was graduated from Yates City High School with the Class of' 1962. The bridegroom, who attended Elmwood High School, is farming. They will reside in Yates City. Mrs. Robert Perryman (Miss Carolyn Blust) Return Home Mrs. Paul Watson and son Freddie of Independence, Mo., who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. C. E. Cunningham, 265 E. South St., and other relatives, returned to their home Friday. OUR ANNUAL, JULY PERMANENT WAVE SALE up to Vi off For a fashionable crown of soft, silky wave. 5 5.00 PEPE BR1GET WAVE Including Haircut VITALITY Including Haircut CHAULDRON CREME Including Haircut REGULAR $20.00 * LIQUID LANOLIN Including Haircut $ 6.50 ig Haircut 8.50 aircut 10 YOU GET E-V-E-R-Y-T-H-l-N-G Nothing More To Pay • PERMANENT WAVE • HAIKCUT • SHAMPOO • STYLE SET • TEST CURL • SPARKLE RINSE • SPRAY NET Telephone 342-3112 Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Darnell (Miss Linda Forbes) ecomed Pledging wedding vows Friday evening at First Baptist Church, Miss Linda Kay Forbes became the bride of Robert David Darnell in a double ring ceremony read at 8 o'clock by Rev. Malcolm Shotwell. Miss Forbes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Forbes, 1098 Lancaster St., was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Knox County RNA Picnic Is at Lake Storey Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, was the host camp for the annual Knox County Royal Neighbors picnic Sunday evening at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. A potluck picnic supper was served at 6 o'clock. Guests were present from Abingdon and Victoria and local members were also permitted to bring guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Folger and twin sons, John Robert and James Russell of Bakersfield, Calif., were out of town members present. The twins are the great- grandsons of Mrs. Doris Anderson, also a member of the camp. Plans for the 1964 picnic were made and the event was scheduled for Sunday, July 26, at Lake Storey. The host camp will be announced. Mrs. Kenneth Darnell, 1189 E. Brooks St. Preceding the bride down the processional aisle were Miss Nancy Swinger of Alerlo, maid of honor, and Donna Rave Jones, flower girl. Miss Swinger's pink silk dress had a cowl neckline forming a vee and finished with a bow at the back and the skirt was bell shaped. A pink bandeau held her matching veil and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. The flower girl carried a basket .of white daisies. Pinpoint pearls trimmed the crown of braid which held the bride's finger-tip length silk illusion veiling. Her chantilly lace over nylon gown had a scalloped sabrina neckline which dipped to a vee and the bodice which came to a point at the waistline, was highlighted with sequins and seed pearls. The bouffant skirt of lace had three large rosettes at the back. She wore lace gauntlets matching her dress and carried a white orchid surrounded with pink roses and ivy on a white Bible. Jack Symmonds was best man and ushers were Howard Dawson and Larry Forbes. Mrs. Wayne Tryon was at the organ for the prelude and also accompanied Mrs. Jack Symmonds, the vocalist. Later guests attended a reception in the church parlors. Greenery encircled the tiered wedding cake on the refreshment table and pink candles in crystal candelabra were at each side. The traditional miniature bride and bridegroom decorated the cake. Given Honors Serving honors were given Mrs. Judy Shoemaker, Miss Patty Duke, Miss Becky Erickson and Miss Sharon Enderland, the latter of Rio. Mrs. Howard Dawson invited guests to sign the guest book and gifts were arranged by Mrs. Russell Nelson, Mrs. Donald Jones and Mrs. Larry Rowe, Wataga. On return from their wedding trip to Chicago the newlyweds will reside at 249 Pine St. A 1963 graduate of Galesburg High School, the bride is employed" at W. T. Grant Co. The bridegroom was graduated from Galesburg High School in 1958 and attended Bradley University for two years and Knox College two years. He is employed as a quality control technician at Gates Rubber Co. fit 4 *> * - < % , <f%, ;i ^ £ » > \ i 'i Airman and Mrs. Richard Welch (Miss Darlcne Dennis) ffupllaid Soiemnized (^orpud C^liridti CLkurch Nuptial Mass was solemnized at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at Corpus Christi Church for the wedding of Miss Darlene Dennis and Airman 3.C. Richard Welch. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Dennis of near Knoxville and the! son of William Welch, 788 S. Henderson St., was Rev. Jonas Callanah. At the console of the organ, Mrs. Michael Gravino played the prelude as guests were being seated by John Hutson, Knoxville and Larry Forbes, ushers. Donald Dea Hi of Rantoul stood with the bridegroom as best man. Escorted down the processional aisle by her uncle, Vernon Allison, the bride chose a cascade bouquet of white roses, stephano- ftis and ivy strands to complement her wedding gown of chantilly lace and nylon net. The bodice was designed with cameo neckline and long sleeves of lace and the lace skirt had inserts of net trimmed with seed pearls. The back was formed of alternating tiers of lace and net. Is Attendant Miss Sharon Dennis, maid of honor and her sister's only attendant, carried a colonial bou­ quet of white carnations tied with white ribbon streamers to contrast with her yellow chiffon over satin sleeveless dress. The bateau neckline lowered at the back and the full skirt was encircled with a wide belt with back buckle. A small white hat and veil completed her costume. Flower girl was the bride's niece, Carol Olson. The couple received congratulations and best wishes at. a reception in the social rooms of the church. The yellow and white theme was continued on the refreshment table with its tiered wedding cake and lighted tapers. After their wedding trip to Starved Rock State Park and Aug. 7, Airman and Mrs. Welch will reside at 420 S. Tyler St., Rantoul. 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