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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

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ctent on if in l/Qead IJated City Now on a wedding trip around Lake Michigan, newlyweds Mr. arid Mrs. Ronald Lamer will reside at 310 N. Lilac St., Elmwood upon their return. Wedding vows were exchanged by the bride, Miss Joan Ruth Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Davis of near Williamsfield, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larner of Prairie City, Saturday evening. Rev. Wayne Nordstrom of Yates City read the ceremony at the Yates City Methodist Church at 7:30 o'clock. Cousins of the couple, Brad Hit* ton of Galesburg and Wayne Davis of Williamsfield, served as acolytes. Ivan Jem of Metamora was best man. Guests were seated 6y Wayne Dalton of Elmwood, John Paulsgrove of Gilson, the bridegroom's cousin, Wilson Dikeman, and Everett Dikeman, both of Yates City. Carroll Greene of Pekin, a cousin of the bride, presented the prelude and accompanied Miss Connie Kennelly of Yates City, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a cascade bouquet centered with a white orchid surrounded by white roses as she walked with him along the processional aisle. Of silk peau with a handclipped lace bodice, her wedding gown was fashioned with a cameo neckline. Lace trimmed the scalloped tunic of the full skirt dress and also formed the cascade of bows decorating the tunic. Seed pearls and sequins decorated the tiara catching her bouffant veiling. Attendants Mrs. Dale Smith of Galesburg, honor attendant; Mrs. Wayne Dalton of Elmwood, bridesmatron, and Miss Shirley Davis of Williamsfield, the bride's cousin, bridesmaid, each carried bouquets of blue and white daisies. Their French blue silk faced satin dresses were fashioned with fitted bodices and full skirts with tiers of satin cascading down the back. Blue flowers were the accent for their blue crowns, outlined with seed pearls, catching their blue veils. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the church where Miss Janie Rose Baird of Williamsfield was in charge of the guest book. Miss Pam Allen, Miss Louise Benson, both of Yates City, and Miss Pat Hilton, Galesburg, the bride- ii 1 * ' I'iM r' • •'' V*- , '*!' '.-!', 1 » Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Philip Larner (Miss JOM Ruth Davis) groom's cousin, were in charge of the gifts. Honors were accorded Mrs. Russell Davis of Williamsfield, the bride's aunt, Mrs. Judy Thurman of Elmwood, Mrs. James Baird, also of Williamsfield, and Miss Ann Walter of Lansing, 111. Mrs. Larner, a graduate of Yates Citj High School, attended Illinois State Normal University for two and a half years and is now a student at Midstate College of Commerce in Peoria, where she will complete her training in January. Mr. Larner, a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, was graduated from the University of Illinois, where he is completing his work on a master's degree. Entertain Calif ornian When Vesta 29 Rebekah Lodge met in the IOOF Hall Wednesday, the lodge entertained Mrs. Florence Nelson of Bellflower Lodge 370, Lakeland, Calif. She is a former resident. Mrs. Mildred Oaks, noble grand, presided. Mrs. C. E. Walihan extended an invitation to the members to call at her home Sunday afternoon when they will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. District 11 officers presented were Junior Past President Mrs. Walihan; secretary, Mrs. Wilda Ayers; International Rebekah representative, Mrs. Lucille Taylor; state of the order, Mrs. Mary Lucan and resolutions committee, Mildred Oaks. It was announced several members plan to attend the Fairview meeting Aug. 26, when they will entertain District 11 officers. He teaches commercial subjects at Yates City High School. Galesburg Register-Moil, Gotesbura, HI. Thursday,,Aug, 22, 1963 9 At Bishop Hill . . . ^Jewiuwedd Jdonored at J/QeceplL Miss Kay Yevonne Ston- and Mrs. Richard M. Stonberg Mr. and Mrs. Jan K. Logan (Miss Marta Kimble) J&mbie-cjCoaan lAJeddina in ing, DALLAS CITY—Miss Marta Kimble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin B. Kimble of Lomax became the bride of Jan K. Logan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Logan of Lomax Sunday in service at the Trinity Lutheran Church, Burlington, Iowa. Rev. Mr. G. A. Saathoff officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Sydney Vaughn, Lomax, organist, presented a program of nuptial selections preceding the exchange of wedding vows. She also accompanied David Coffman, Dallas City, soloist. Taper lighter was Martin Kimble, brother of the bride. Mrs. James Forquer, LaHarpe, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Miss Susan Nielsen, Palos Heights, college roommate of the bride and Miss Martha Hausknecht, Burlington, Iowa, were bridesmaids. Miss Sheila Gibb, Lomax, cousin of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid and Miss Mary Kimble, sister of the bride, flower girl. Mark Kimble, brother of the bride, was ring- bearer. Ronald E. Logan, West Burlington, Iowa, served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Rev. Gerald Cox of Lomax and Terry Sutton of Hamilton. Ushers included Brad Kimble, brother of the bride, and Richard Clifton, Dallas City. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white lace over satin styled with a fitted bodice, a bateau neckline and long tapered sleeves. The softly pleated bell skirt extended into a chapel train. The bride's veil of imported English silk illusion was gathered on a clip of white orange blossoms and rhinestones and she carried a white orchid and ivy centered on a white Bible. Attendants Wear Blue The bride's attendants and flower girl wore dresses of kitten satin in shades of princess blue, blue cloud and blue sky. They were all styled with fitted bodice, bateau neckline, cap sleeves and softly pleated skirt. The matron of honor and bridesmaids had feather hair clips matching their dresses, and the junior bridesmaid and flower girl had blue flower clips. Each carried colonial bouquets of blue and white carnations tied with ribbons matching their dresses. At the reception in Trinity Hall, attended by 150 guests, decorations were blue and white floral pieces and blue tapers. Aunts of the bridegroom, Mrs Vernal Sparrow of Salem, Iowa; Mrs. Errett Hupfer, Dallas City; Mrs. Eldon Gibb of Raritan and Mrs. Jim Gdbb, also of Raritan, served. Mrs. Ronald E. Logan, sister in-law of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. Miss Rita Grate, Miss Joan Rynatt, Miss Judy McGinnis and Miss Sharon NickoLs took care of the gifts. Both Mr. and Mrs. Logan are graduates of the Dallas City High Park Drive Dairy Bottled Daily in Galesburg ALL GRADE A MILK SFP ^) sTVt KNOX COUNTY FARMS Processed and Bottled Daily in Galesburg To Insure the Freshest Milk Possible to the Galesburg Area. FRESH FRESHER FRESHEST MILK HOME DELIVERY SERVICE Your Family Deserves the Best in Dairy Products. CALL "US" FOR HOME DELIVERY — 343-2149 WE DELIVER THREE TIMES PER WEEK! Galesburg - Knoxville - Abingdon Park Drive Dairy Corner Losey & Whitesboro 343-2149 for Home Delivery Galesburg, Illinois owa School. Mrs. Logan is a sophomore English major at Carthage College, where she is affiliated with WRA. Mr. Logan received his BA degree from Western Illinois University and will teach social studies and coach at the junior high at Plymouth, this fall. After Aug. 26, they will be at home in Carthage, 111., Apartment 1, Collegeville. Peach Romanoff Sauce 1 egg yolk rind of one lemon juice of % lemon 1 tablespoon butter cup light corn syrup VA cup sugar 1 cup whipping cream whipped Blend egg yolk, sugar, lemon rind and juice. Stir into corn syrup. Put into heavy saucepan and bring to boil, stirring constantly. Boil for 2 minutes. Stir in butter. Chill until thick (about 2 hours). Just before serving, fold into whipped cream and spoon Dver fresh, sweetened sliced peaches berg of Davenport, Iowa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. Stonberg of Bishop Hill, became the bride of Dennis A. Acquaro of Davenport, Iowa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rick Acquaro of Daytona Beach, Fla„ Saturday afternoon at the Sacred Heart Cathedral in Davenport. Miss Stonberg was given in marriage by her father, Richard M. Stonberg, with Fr. Kelly reading the double ring ceremony. Miss Susan Marie Zoller of Davenport and Ronald Acquaro of Daytona Beach, Fla., brother of the bridegroom, were their attendants. Only their immediate families 'were present and the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. C. J, Falelrt and an aunt, Mrs. R. J. Brennan of Pittsburgh, Pa. The bride selected a pink dress with delicate Schlffli embroidery and matching accessories carrying a colonial bouquet of pink and white carnations. Her attendant also wore a pink dacron dress with lace inserts and matching accessories and carried a pink and white carnation colonial bouquet similar to the bride's. Reception On Sunday afternoon a reception was held at the Bishop Hill Community Methodist Church honoring the couple. In the reception line were Mr. of Bishop Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Rick Acquaro of Daytona Beach, the bridal couple and their attendants. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. William Tarleton, Mrs. Rob- ion ert L. Nordstrom of Bishop Hill, Miss Ruth Ann Malmanger of Davenport, Iowa and Miss Caroline Henrichsen, also of Davenport. Gifts were opened and arranged by the bride and bridegroom. y\ rlc;i r ve cl DIAMOND RINGS ANGIt'S WINO SIT C«tot *MKt Kin* f«U .0O IrWt't Grttet »tl.» Also from $75 to $1,000 - EaTy M f >rmT*** ELLIS Jewelers 219 E. Main St. AvttorlMtf ArtC8fVed Mir m ^ m ^ mm — m There's Something NEW at Sears... Attend Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Philip Huff of Monmouth, attended the wedding of Miss Joyce Rinas and Edward Hecht in Chicago on Saturday Mrs. Huff was an attendant at the wedding. 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