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Monday, August 12, 1963
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12 Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III, Monday, Aua, 12, 1963 Pledge Vows Guests at the wedding of Miss Norma Willson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Willson of Wil* liamsfield, and Ralph Foulk Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Foulk Sr. of Laura, attended a reception following the ceremony at the home of the bride's parents. Wedding vows were exchanged at 7 o'clock Friday evening at the Williamsfield Methodist Church as Rev. Mr. Snider read the double ring ceremony. Best man for his brother was Dan Foulk of -j Laura. Guests were seated by Mike McClellan of Williamsfield and Dan Kerrick of Laura. Cousins of the bride, Miss Helen Lackie of Bradford and Miss Joyce Lackie of Normal, were organist and soloist, respectively. Walks With Father Walking with her father, the bride wore a silk organza over satin gown fashioned with a fitted bodice, having a sabrina neckline and full bouffant skirt with back apron effect. Her veiling was caught to a tiara of pearls. Yellow and white ribbons decorated her bouquet of yellow and white fuji mums. Reflecting the yellow touch of the bridal bouquet was the yellow nylon organza dress worn by Miss Faye Smith of Galesburg, maid of honor. Styled with a fitted bodice having a scoop neckline and cap sleeves, the modified sheath was fashioned with an embroidered overskirt accented at the waist with a large yellow rose and trailing rosebuds. Her hairbarid was a yellow nylon bow with a short veil. After a short wedding trip the couple will.reside south of West Jersey where the bridegroom is farming. Both were graduated from Williamsfield High School, she in 1963, and he in 1962. Lakelawn Swim and Tennis Club members danced to the music of Jim Bainbridge's Hi-Fis Saturday evening, when they gathered for the club's August party. The evening's program for the event, attended by 235, with a Bermuda theme, included dancing, ping pong, cards, swimming and tennis. Dinner was served at 10 o'clock. Centering the table, covered with orange fish net, was an arrangement of garden flowers, flanked by patio candles. In the clubroom the theme was further carried out by a mannequin dressed in Bermuda shirt and shorts, amid fish nets, paper fish and shells, with beach toys adding to the decor. Pictured above as the decorations were being checked Satur­ day from left to right are Mrs. Kenneth W. Knapp, Mrs. Ed Pettit, Mrs. Norbert Schactner, Mrs. William Balrd and Mrs. James P. Norris. Not pictured is Mrs. W. L. Giles, the sixth committee member. Also serving on the committee were Mr. Schactner, Mr. Baird, Mr. Knapp, Mr. Morris, Mr. Pettit and Dr. Giles. v AT ELLIS your money buys more on DOLLAR PAY j SUMMER FASHION JEWELRY Values to 3.00 29* each for $ 1 1963 CHINA CALENDAR PLATES Reg. 29c 10* Each All Better Jewelry Former Monmouth Resident Married St. John's Roman Catholic Church in St. Petersburg Beach, Fla., was the setting of a double*ring ceremony read for Miss Gloria Jean Meyerhofer and Michael Patrick Mahan Saturday morning, July 27. Rev. Leo F. Flood officiated at the Nuptial Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Fred L. Meyerhofer, 385 S. Tessier Drive, St. Petersburg Beach and the bridegroom, the son of Mrs. Evelyn Mahan, Springfield, and Prank D. Mahan, Chicago. Miss Meyerhofer, given in marriage by her father, wore a bailer* ina-length gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta. The basque bodice had a squared neckline outlined with chiffon. The same detail was carried out in the cap sleeves. The controlled lace skirt was caught to the back into a Watteau effect set off with a chiffon swirl rose. She had a queen's crown of lace embroidered with sequins and seed pearls with a bouffant tiered veil of silk illusion. Miss Barbara Mulligan of St. Petersburg was maid of honor. Best man was Darrell Burnham of Auburndale, Fla. Usher was Fred Meyerhofer, the bride's brother. A reception was held at the St. Petersburg Beach Police Pistol Club. The couple flew to Nassau, Ba- Bridal Attendant (Continued,from page 11) length sleeves. The bell shaped skirt was accented at the waistline with a back bow. Miss Grone had a circlet of yellow silk taffeta and yelling for her hair and carried a colonial bouquet of lavender carnations. Bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Atkinson, Rock Island; Miss Linda Benson, and Miss Donna B. Harden, both of Galesburg; Miss Sherry Ortman, Quincy, formerly of Galesburg, and Miss Linda Sperry of Macomb. They were attired like the maid of honor and carried similar bouquets. Joseph Lodico Jr., Moline, served as best man. Groomsmen were John Heddinger, Davenport; Michael Peterson, Tampico; Dallas Hamerlinck, Orion; Robert Ellsworth, Moline, and Gary Malcolm, East Moline. Guests were seated by Charles Cordis, Creve Coeur, and Melvin McLaughlin, Cordova. The wedding dinner was served to 75 in the dining room of Watch Tower Inn, Rock Island, and a reception for 450 guests was held at the Watch Tower Inn. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin the couple will reside at 1902V4 29th St., Moline. Mrs. Mueller, a graduate of Rock Island High School, received her bachelor of science degree from Western Illinois University in June. She is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon, honorary journalism fraternity and Kappa Delta Pi, honorary education fraternity. Mrs. Mueller also served as 1963 yearbook editor and was named to Who's Who in American Colleges and Universities. She will be employed at Calvin Coolidge Junior High, Moline, this coming fall as a mathematics teacher. Mr. Mueller, who was gradu ated from St. Joseph's High School, Bellevue, Iowa, and Moline Community College, Is a senior at Western Illinois University, where ho is majoring in physical education and is a member of Pi Delta Epsilon. He is also a member of the United Stales Marine Corps Reserve. Miss McGaan- (Continued from page 11) Charles, a' sorority sister; Miss Aldora Austin of Galva and Miss Joan SchmeMe of Morrison. Gifts were arranged by Miss Barbara Sherman of Victoria, Mrs. Larry Nichols and Mrs. Don Binno of Altona. Among those present for the wedding were Mrs, Harry Schuler, of Morrison, the bridegroom's grandmother. Wedding Trip After a wedding trip to the Great Lakes area, the newlyweds will reside at Morrison. A graduate of ROVA High School, Mrs. Knox was graduated from Monmouth College, with honors in 1961, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She will teach in the Morrison High School, where she has been teaching for the past two years. Her husband, a graduate of Morrison High School, is the owner and operator of Spencer's Garage in Morrison. He is a member of the Illinois National Guard, taking his training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. SINCERITY LODGE Booster Club of Sincerity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Wednesday noon at 12:30 o'clock at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. Mrs. C. W. Owen is chairman. hamas, for their wedding trip and upon their return they will reside at 6502 Gulf Winds Drive, St. Petersburg Beach. The bride, born In Aurora, attended Madonna High School, Aurora, and is a graduate of Boca Ciega in St. Petersburg. The bridegroom, born in Monmouth, attended Monmouth High School. A graduate of Winter Haven High School, Winter Haven, Fla., he attended St. Petersburg Junior College. READ THE WANT ADS! Miss Foss(Continued from page il) with azalea pink carnations. Gifts were taken care of by Mrs, Naomi Ryberg and Mrs. David Selkirk and Miss Marylou Ramire* invited guests to sign the guest book. On their return from a wedding trip to Starved Rock Park, Mr. and Mrs. Huff will reside at 91514 N. Broad St. Mrs. Huff, a graduate of Mount Pleasant High School, was also graduated from Medical Laboratory School, Minneapolis, Minn. She is employed at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. The bridegroom attended the University of Illinois and has been attending Western Illinois University at Macomb this summer. He served four years in the Navy, part of which was in the Navy School of Music in Washington, D. C. He is a Galesburg High School graduate. \ Among the out-of-town guests To Give Recltnl Barbara Colburfi, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Karl Colburn, M Division St., will present a piano and organ recital at the Academy of Fine Arts, 444 N. Academy St,, at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. The public was invited. attending the wedding was the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Leroy Foss of Washington, Iowa. WANTED YOUNO LADY TO ASSIST OFFICE MANAOIR IN LADIES' SHOP Experience helpful but not necessary. Typing essential and adding machine knowledge preferred. Apply only If Inter* ested In retailing career. WRITE BOX 70S c-o REGISTER-MAIL Doyles Gift Shop - 319 E. Main St. An outstanding array of beautiful gift-ware and accessories all taken out of our regular stock and reduced up to Vi for Dollar Day only! White Bone \ J \^ China Cats m (perky and pretty for collectors) m Beautiful White Bisque Vases (raised floral trim, I styles) Instant Coffee Jars $«j 00 cach ecta $ j oo "cii t item) Pottery Coffee Mug Q $1 (Gaily decorated) J for I for (air tight and a perfect item) VASES Crystal Bud Vases Satin Glass Bud Vases (assorted colors) , ..50 for ONE GROUP of Gift- Items Including... i Pottery Bowls i Fancy Cups and Saucers i Vases, etc. , . , , Lacy Figurines * ' 1 Nursery Rhyme Only characters) Beautiful Covered Candy Dish Only (In pottery—Re«. $2.50) ea. Only each FANTASTIC BUYS! LARGE GROUP OF DECORATED Bathroom, Bedroom and Dressing Room accessories in gay colored pottery with antique-type trimming and shapes. YOUR CHOICE |/ QDI /T $ Shoe Pin Cushions /2 J KILE DAY Jewel Boxes Shoe Ash Trays in pink, green, white, aqua, Bowls, etc. or purple, all hand trimmed COMPLETE SELECTION OF Plain crystal in "Presidential House" pattern. Goblets # Sherbets }/o PRICE DAY Wines • Cordials /A 1 BmB ^ fc ONE GROUP OF ATTRACTIVE Pottery gift items in "Blue Onion" type pattern. Group Includes . . . Salt and Pepper Shakers, Jam Jars, Covered Butter Dishes, Instant Coffee Jars. (You'll want a whole matched set) ea. ONE GROUP OF Vases, ash trays, candy dishes, etc., from our regular gift stock. Look at Our Window for Many $ Day Specials Not Advertised Vi PRICE DOLLAR DAY ONLY ley 319 E. MAIN Galesburg, Illinois new location (next to Klines)

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