Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 9, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, May 9, 1973
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14 Golesburp Register-Moil, GolttbufQ, HI, Wednesday, May 9, 1973 ith this Ring I Thee Wed... rlene Colli, 18 . . . The Grace Lutheran Church, Kncpville, was the scene Saturday,for the wedding of Miss - Darienc Vivian Collis, daughter ofvlir. and Mrs. Clyde Collis, Mgqpon, and Bruce John Hartman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harl Hartman, Colorado Springs, Colorado. •flet. Lloyd R. Kittlaus and Rev. Ronald K. Hasley, chap- Iain* tof Moline Lutheran Hospital, read the double ring cere- nibny for the couple at 8 p.m. Music was by Miss Donna , Dfajle, trumpeter; Mrs. James Steele, Knoxville, organist; and • Vaughn Edmondson, Chambersburg, Pa., soloist. _Miss Collis, given in marriage by^her father, was in an ivory chiffon gown fashioned with a ... fiti?c>, bodice and scoop neckline of scalloped re-embroidered alencon lace. The long sheer sleeves were trimmed in wide cuffs of matching scalloped lace. The raised waist was defined with a narrow band of chiffon over taffeta. Lace continued from the bodice down the front of the softly gathered skirt which formed a sweep train. Thg bride 's silk illusion tiered veife elbow length and Man- tijKlength, were caught to a J PS cap headpiece trimmed , wjgjace. She carried a cascade bwwjoet of white Sweetheart < rmm and lily-of-the-valley. ' tSSZ Attendants a s Mary Johnson, Rich, Va., was maid of honor. BruEsmaids were Mrs. Wayne Tyrrell, Rock Island, and Mrs. Byron Baughman, Macomb. Attendants were in cotillion blue dresses of sheer chiffon over taffeta. Four-tier blue tulle veiling was caught to openwork headpiece caps. Each car- it/mar Mr. and Mrs. Brace Hartman (Miss Darlene Collis) DR. and MRS. CHARLES JFARIEY will accept a limited number of students in organ, piano, or voice. Call 343-6336 For Information ried colonial arrangements of white daisies and yellow pompons trimmed with yellow streamers. Best man was Earl Hartman, the bridegroom's brother, Woodland Park, Colo. Groomsmen and ushers were the bride's brothers, Dale Collis, Galva, and William Collis. The bride's cousins, Russell Carlson Jr. and Derek Carlson, both of Gilson, were acolytes and ushers. Flower girl was Dana Collis, the bride's niece, and ringbearer was Sean Collis, of Galva. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the church fellowship hall. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Dale Collis, the bride's sister-in-law, Galva; Miss Mary Heizer, Richmond, Va.; Mrs. William Collis, the bride's sis­ ter-in-law; Mrs. Earl Hartman, the bridegroom's sister-in-law, Woodland Park, Colo. Rice packets were distributed by Stacey and Shelley Collis, the bride's nephew and niece, Galva. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Neil Chambers and Mrs. Gene Myers, Moline. Guests were asked to sign the guest book by Miss Dina Lee Carlson, the bride's cousin. Is Guest A special guest at the wedding was Mrs. Zoe Edeklindt, Karlskrona, Sweden, whom the bride had met on a tour in Norway in 1969. After a one-month Wedding trip through the Western States to California, the newlyweds will reside at 1311 Lincolnway East, Chambersburg, Pa. Mrs. Hartman, a gradute of (Continued on Page 15) Miss Susan Boyer.•. Following a wedding trip to Disney World in Florida, Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Tabb, who were married April 21, will reside in Quincy. Miss Susan Jean Boyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph II. Boyer, Quincy, and Mr. Tabb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dorm Tabb, RR 1, Cameron, exchanged wedding promises at the Trinity United Church of Christ in Quincy at 7 p.m. Rev. Milo J. Phillip! read the double ring ceremony for the couple. As Mrs. Hewitt Erke played the organ prelude, Larry Flanagan, Oneida; Gregg Boyer, the bride's brother, Quincy; and Richard Johnson of Maquon, seated the guests. Soloists were Miss Judy and Vicki Seward, Quincy, who performed a duet accompanied by guitar. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown designed by her mother of white bridal satin with an overlay of white chiffon, fashioned with a rounded neckline, Bishop s'eeves with elbow-length cuffs, and a self train which flowed from the empire waist. Daisies highlighted the bodice, and a spring green chiffon ruffle flounced the hemline of the skirt. Miss Boyer wore a white nylon picture hat enhanced with daisies, and a floor length veil. She carried a Romance cascade bouquet of white Marguerite daisies, centered with jonquils, gypsophila, and trailing English ivy. Attendants Mrs. Richard Johnson, Maquon, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. John Wilson, Mrs. William Hickman, Macomb, Miss Sue Tabb, the bridegroom's sister, and Miss Cathy Boyer, the bride's cousin, Quincy. They were in champagne beige kettlecloth dresses ot a peasant style; all designed by the bride's mother. Each wore a spring green picture hat with matching streamers and 4 Dmyt Only-Wmtinmndmy, lkvndmy, FrUmy, tmfwrdmf MOTHER'S DAY COOLNCMRON SUMMER SHIFTS Mr. and Mrs. C. Richard Tabb (Miss Snsaa Boyer) carried clusters of jonquils and gypsophila, centered with greens. Candlelighters were Kim and Lisa Flanagan, nieces of the bridegroom, of Oneida. Best man was William Hickman, Macomb. Groomsmen were Michael Boyer, the bride's brother, Jacksonville, Fla.; John Wilson; Gerald Ricketts, Monmouth and Thomas Turman. Following Die ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the church hafl. Mrs. Larry Flanagan, the bride­ groom's sister, asked guests to sign the register. Mrs. Tabb, a graduate of Quincy High School and West ern Illinois University, is employed at St. Mary's Hospital, Quincy. Her husband, a grad uate of Monmouth-Warren High School and WIU, is employed by Artcraft Company as a cartographer, Quincy. Scene of Wedding Miss Katherine Diane Hodge*, daughter of llrv and Mrs. Willard Hodges, Williamsfield, btcMW (hi bride of Mitt Steven Johnson, son of Richard Johnson Sr., Champaign, and Mr*. Barbara Johnson, Belleville, Saturday in the bride's patents' home. Rev. John Clarke read the double ring ceremony tor the couple at 10:90 a.m. Attendants were Mrs. David L. Hodges, Williamsfield, and Richard Johnson Jr., Champaign. The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected a white Chantilly lace gown fashioned with an illusion bodice, a Mandarin collar and long full sleeves with a self-ruffle cuff. A white organza cumberbund ending in a back bow encircled the waist of the softly gathered skirt with its deep hemline flounce. Her chapel length veil outlined in the matching Chantilly lace was caught to a bandeau of lace. She carried a bridal bouquet of blue daisies, white carnations and gypsophila. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the bride's home. The newlyweds will reside at 142 N. Adams St., Apt. 1, Havre Dc Grace, Maryland. Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of WiDlamsfiekf High School and Patricia Stevens Career College and Finishing School. Ber husband is a graduate of Champaign Central High School and is ih the U.S. Navy, stationed at Bambridge, Maryland, and attends Nuclear Power School. Belt New* Accentuate the waist with gleaming patent leather belts with interesting buckles that feature a combination of gold and silver. Don't give away your wide belts yet, they teem to be coming back. Nutrition experts say that a good breakfast Is necessary to a good day at school for children. A baking soda solution will safely clean and deodorize all types of range surfaces. Use dry soda to scour difficult spots. It will not scratch. The KNOX-q&X.esBuzq sycnphdNy Presents The Lost Concert of This Seoson Saturday, May 12-8 P.M. 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