Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on May 21, 1973 · Page 11
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May 21, 1973

Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 11

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"IS- Miss Kristina Vanover . . . Aftet a redding trip to Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Richard pease who were married May 12, will reside at Rural Route 1, Aledo. Miss Kristina Bea Vanover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wn> liafh Lyte Johnson, Geneseo, became the bride of Mr. Pease, son of "George Leonard Pease, Atedd, at the First Presbyterian Church, Rev. Don Stewart read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 4 p.m. Given, in marriage by Mr. Johnson, the "bride was in a white cotton Voile gown with a sweep train. Venice lace accented the sailor-type collar and cuffed Bishop sleeves. Blue groSgrain ribbon combined with Venice lace encircled the waistline and trimmed the hemline. Her old-fashioned "rolled-rim" hat was draped with veiling. A two-tiered elbow length veil completed the hat. She carried a basket of white roses, white miniature carnations, and blue bachelor buttons. Attendants Miss Beth Nenne, Blpoming- ton, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Nelson, Mr«. Dewain Menter, Geneseo, Miss Jane Fredrick, Geneseo, and Miss Mary Lou Pease, Aledo. They wore dresses of blue voile and "rolled-rim" hats in blue draped with veiling. Each carried umbrellas with daisies, miniature carnations and pompons. Best man was Gary Pheiffer, Macomb. Groomsmen were Jan Moore, Milan; Loren Pease, Brice Smith, Aledo, and Ron Brown, North Henderson. Ushers were Daniel Johnson, Geneseo; Mike Johnson, Geneseo, and Doug McCrery, Alexis. Mrs. Duane Haars, Geneseo, was organist and John Hartman, Geneseo, soloist. Reception Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Moose Lodge for the couple, followed by a buffet dinner and dance. Serving honors were given Mrs. Tom Connor, Hillsboro, Miss Martha Buescher. St. Louis, THERESA'S BEAUTY SHOP SHAMPOO and 5Q 672 N. ACADEMY ST. Appolnimenii Only 343-8304 Mr. end Mrs. Lynn Pease (Miss Kristina Vanover) Mo.; Mrs. Art Ne),son, Woodhull; Mrs. Carl Slowe, Geneseo; assisted by Miss Stephanie Carlson, Miss Sheri Van Pelt, Miss Mary Ann Parker, Miss Cindy Misfelt, and Miss Sue Johnson. Gifts were arranged by Miss Mary Beth Laleman, Miss Nancy Swigor and Miss Linda Farber. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Linda Whitehead. Hostess for the reception was Mrs. Lind Haas. Mrs. Pease is a graduate of Geneseo High School and Mid- state College of Commerce, Peoria. She was previously employed at Ward Drug Store, Geneseo. Her husband is a graduate of Alexis High School. He is a Vietnam veteran and is farming. Entertains Club Mrs. L. K. Bopp entertained at her home near Galesburg with a May breakfast for members of the Good Neighbors Club recently. Thailand was the program presented by Mrs. I. E. Swensrud of Galesburg. Mrs. Earl Anderson president, presided. Refreshments were served by Section 4, with Mrs. Anderson as chairman. Chorus Gives Musical Program The L. T. Stone Chorus, under the direction of Mrs. Roy Shumard, presented a musical program at the L. T. Stone Parent Teacher Assn. meeting Thursday evening at the school. The third grade classes of Mrs. Shirley Krause, Mrs. Ruth Meadows, and Mrs. Ruby Markham sang songs and recited excerpts from "Mary Poppins." Jerry Johnson, principal, presented each of the third graders with a diploma. Johnson installed new officers for the 1973-74 school year. Mrs. William Fuelling will serve as president; Mrs. Ron Anderson, vice president; Mrs. William Snyder, secretary and Mrs. James Wilson, treasurer. Room count was won by Mrs. Krause's third grade. Refreshments were served by the second and third grade room mothers. WOMAN'S CLUB BOARD The Board of Directors of the Galesburg Woman's Club will meet at the clubhouse Wednes day at 9 a.m. Couple " v Exchange Promises Mrs. Susan Rae McCaslin, daughter Of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Smith, 144 Dransville Road, Herndon, Va., and James David Wilkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilkins Jr., 1089 Hawkinson Ave., exchanged vows on May 4 at midnight The ceremony was solemnized at the Church of Christ, 909 Four Seasons Road, Bloomington. Charles M. Fleener, elder of the Church of Christ and the grandfather of the bride, performed the double ring ceremony. The couple had written their own marriage vows. Mrs. McCaslin, given in marriage by her father, selected an empire waisted gown of dark blue crushed velvet made by the bride's mother for the wedding. She carried a cascade of white carnations and blue roses. Miss Peggy Smith, Huntington Beach, Calif., sister of the bride was the maid of honor. Mrs. Betty Sims, Warren, Mich., was the bridesmaid. Both wore empire waisted dresses with bodices of the blue crushed velvet and blue and white satin polyester print skirt. Each carried a long stem white rose with blue ribbon streamers. Shelly Goergan was the flower girl. David Bruce, Galesburg, carried the rings on a white satin heart-shaped pillow. Is Best Man Best man was Chester E. Dearborn, Bloomington. Groomsman was David Peterson, Galesburg. Ushers were Joe Smith, Herndon, Va., brother of the bride, and Steve Helms, Galesburg. Vocal numbers were performed by Bud Wilkins, Mrs. Margo Bruce, and Jim Hull, acapella. Following the candlelight ceremony a reception was held in the church basement. Serving honors were given to Mrs. Jer ry Goergan, Mrs. James Parsley, and Miss Cathy Parsley Mrs. Bud Wilkins was at the Golesbura Register-Moil, Golesbura, 111. Mohdov, May 21, It •tl|!l' if**' Mr. and Mrs. James David Wilkins (Mrs. Susan McCaslin) gift table, Mrs. George Bednar-State University. Mrs. Wilkins, cik, sister of the bridegroom, I a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan was at the guest book. j University School of Nursing, is Mr. Wilkins, a graduate of Galesburg High School and a veteran of the United States Air Force, enrolled at Illinois Miss Johnson- ' (Continued From Page 10) Swanson, Altona. John Swanson, Galva, groomsman, and Scott Lake, Rio. ringbearer. Ushers were David Howerton, Chicago, and Gary Swanson, Altona. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the church parlors. The newlyweds will reside at 417Vfc NW First Street, Galva, upon return from a wedding trip to the Hawaiian Islands. Mrs. Swanson is a graduate of Galva High School and until her marriage was employed by Flagmaster. Inc., in Springfield. Her husband is a graduate of ROVA High School, Oneida, and is employed by Houghton Lumber Co., Altona. employed as a staff nurse at Brokaw Hospital,- Normal. The couple will reside in Bloomington, 111. ARTIST GUILD The Artist Guild is not hold- irg a dinner meeting and installation of officers Wednesday evening. The notice was run inadvertently. VIOLET CHAPTER Violet Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, will convene Tu /3- day at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. A social hour will follow the meeting. ELKETTES CLUB The Elkettes Club will hold a dinner meeting and installation of officers Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Elks Lodge.! Members will be contacted for; reservations. CLASS "OF 1943 The Galesburg High School i Class of 1943 will hold a planning session at the Huddle Inn Tuesday at 8 p.m. SILVER STREAK LODGE Silver Streak Lodge 140 Auxiliary to Railway Carmen of America will meet at Eagles Lodge room Tuesday at 6 p.m. for a potluck dinner. A business meeting will follow. CHAPTER W A special meeting of Chapter W, PEO, *will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Jack Hinchliff, 1546 N. Broad St. Members are asked to call Mrs. L. A. Cash, 900 'Lawrence Ave., if they are unable to attend. WOMEN'S AUXILIARY The Women's Auxiliary to the Knox County Medical Society will meet Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for brunch at the Sheraton Inn. CIVIC ART CENTER The current, exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is New Graphics. The hours are from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Florence Lindberg, Miss H. Federspiel, Mrs. R. D. Kelly and Mrs. Blake Neeley. CHESS CLUB The Greater Galesburg Chess Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Steele Middle School. The final round of the four- round Swiss Tournament will be played. All interested persons are invited to attend. SWEET ADELINES The Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Katherine Nielson Middle School. The board will meet at 7 p.m. * LET'S 60 • SATURDAY, June ISth to Amana, Iowa, slopping at the Birthplace of Praiidant Hoover. Local guide on the bus to tour the 7 villages, Family style dinner. Reservation due date, Wed., June 13th. Phone 342-4856 or 3426715. Air-Conditioned bus. Eagles- (Continued From Page 10) U»therf«forstouppir» Ritualistic Units were in charge of preparations. Committee chairmen were Mrs. Baughman, flowers; Mrs. Alvin Hanson and Mrs. Jack Dawson, registration, and Mrs. Mary Moody, gifts. Prizes were won by Mrs. Baughman; Mrs. Charles Harrison, Cedar Rapids, Iowa; Mrs. Sylvia Castle, Davenport, Iowa; Mrs. Ruth Reynolds; Mrs. Ransom and Mrs. Hartow. Joint memorial services honoring the deceased members from the arie and auxiliary was held. Luncheon was served by Mrs. Hanson, chairman, Mrs. Roy Cruys, Mrs. Moody, and Mrs. Sue Rickus. GARDEN STUDY CRAFT GROUP The Garden Study Group and the Craft Group of the Galesburg Woman's Club will gather at Sutor's Pond, Wednesday for a noon picnic lunch and social time. Sutor's Pond is located on a side road, running north off the Wataga road, turning at the Blue Angel tavern. Members are being asked to take a covered dish and table service. In case of rain, the social will be at the home of Mrs. Frank Sutor, 1338 Spruce Ave. /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashion* With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY ANNUAL BLANKET BONANZA! ALL FROM FAMOUS FIEL DCREST and ST. MARYS! ALL AT V u Vl OFF ... AND MORE! 3.99 to 19.99 regularly 6.98 to 35.00 SIZES: TWIN - DOUBLE - QUEEN - KING Huge selection in conventional, thermal and. flocked nylon weaves. Vibrant prints, solids and decorator jacquards in an assortment of fashion colors. 100% polyester, Acrilan® acrylic and blended yarns. All completely washable too! Take advantage of these great savings — blankets make terrific gifts, and they're just right for home, camp and cottage! 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