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8 Golesburg Register-Mail, Golesburg,111, .Monday, Aug, 26, 1963 Oranae (f3(o53om3 ^i(t tke ^Alr O er ike lAJeekend As wedding music filled the sanctuary guests were seated in the Mission Covenant Church Saturday evening for the wedding of Miss Janet Kay Johnson and Donnie D. Vilardo by Larry Jones, Ed Hinkson, Bill Kent and Tom Eichhorn. 1 The double - ring ceremony was read at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. G. Harold Ahlberg for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W. Johnson, 1078 N. Farnham St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Vilardo, 913 S. Kellogg St. Best man was Ted Glas of Peoria. Groomsmen in-' eluded Richard Johnson, brother of the bride, and Glen Glas. Mrs. Axel Rosine was at the organ console to present the prelude and to accompany Miss Marsha Payton, soloist. Harmonizing with Miss Johnson's silk organza over taffeta wedding gown was her long stemmed huge white glamelia mark ed with green satin leaves and touched with stephanotis. Over bridal taffeta, the gown was enhanced by embroidered panels on the skirt, jacket and at the waistline. Worn with a bolero jacket, the gown was fashioned with a bell shaped skirt and designed with a detachable chapel length train. Silk illusion veiling was caught to an organza cabbage rose. Attendants Preceding the bride, as she walked with her father, were Miss Linda Nyman, cousin of the bride, maid of honor; Mrs. Ted Glas, bridesmatron, and Miss Carol Bellinger, bridesmaid. Vicki Johnson and Duane Johnson, niece and nephew of the bride, were flower girl and ring- bearer. The attendants' mint green silk organza sheath dresses were styled with scooped necklines and three quarter length sleeves. The full overskirts were styled with a cut-away front. Matching headpieces were cabbage roses encircled., with petals' and holding circular nose veils. Each carried green ice glamelias centered with shaded green carnations. Reception Tiny green and white glamelias were the floral touch at the reception, being used to form the miniature bridal bouquet atop the wedding cake, to circle the cake with greenery and to decorate the candlesticks. Honors were accorded Miss Elaine Schuldt of Blue Island, Miss Sherry Ledbetter, Miss Sharon Shanks, Miss Ethel Rinkenberger of Chicago Heights, Miss Sharon Schurtz, Miss Eloise Kopun, Miss Rose Marie Allen, Miss Gladys Edwards of Peoria and Miss Mary Koch of Belleville. Hosts and hostesses were uncles and aunts of the bride, the Louis Nymans and the Albert Nelsons. After Sept. 2 and a northern wedding trip the newlyweds will reside at Apt. B, 109 W. Cherry St., Normal. Both were graduated from Galesburg High School in 1960. Mrs. Vilardo will be a senior at Illinois State Normal University. Her husband, a graduate of Lincoln Barber College, East Moline, will be employed as a barber in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Mauser (Miss Sarah Leila Guidinger) Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Annette Marie Grothe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Grothe, 396 N. Prairie St., and John T. Hanna of Alexis was solemnized at 11 o'clock Saturday morning at Corpus Christi Church. Celebrant of the Mass was Rt. Rev. Dom. Philip O'Connor, Abbot of New Mellery Monastery, Dubuque, Iowa, assisted by Rev. A. Curran, who read the double ring wedding ceremony, for Miss Grothe and Mr. Hanna, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hanna of Alexis. Best man for his brother was Edward Hanna of Alexis. Guests were seated by Roger Vincent of Galva, Theodore Grothe, brother of the bride, David E. Bost and Herman Holscher, the bride's cousin. Mrs. Michael Gravino was at the organ console for the prelude and to accompany Mrs. Dean Hill, soloist. Carries Roses With her wedding gown of nylon organza, the bride carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis, as she walked with her father to the altar, where he gave her in marriage. The gown, marked with embroidery on the skirt, was worn with a bolero jacket and had a detachable chapel length train. The something borrowed was her veiling, belonging to Mrs. Ray Rosenbalm, the bridegroom's sister. Attendants, Miss Patricia Grothe, maid of honor, Miss Rebecca Grothe, bridesmaid, and Miss Joan Hanna, junior bridesmaid, all sisters of 'the couple, were in orchid organza sheath dresses. Styled with fitted bodices, having scoop necklines, the dresses were fashioned with overskirts marked with self bows at (Continued on page 9) Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Sarah Leila Guidinger and Raymond E. Hauser Saturday in the First Methodist church chapel as Rev. Joseph Hoffman read the double ring ceremony. The nuptials were solemnized at 3:30 o'clock in the afternoon for the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Guidinger, 513 N. Seminary St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond White, 1621 McMaster Ave. Best man was Kenneth Caspell of Macomb. Guests who were seated by ushers, George Guidinger and Bill Hauser, offered felicitations to the couple at a reception following in the church parlors. Mrs. Nicholas Molett of Tipton, Iowa, was at the organ to present the prelude and the wedding selections. Royal blue ribbons trimmed the white glamelia cascade bouquet carried by the bride to complement her royal blue wedding dress fashioned with a velveteen bodice and peau satin bell-shaped skirt. Fashion detail was the back bow and streamers. Her royal blue veiling was caught to a large velvet bow. Mrs. Kenneth Caspell of Macomb, was matron of honor. She carried a white ruffled carnation nosegay with red ribbon to accent her cranberry velveteen dress. The A line skirt and bow, placed high at the center of the bodice, emphasized the lifted waistline. The cranberry and white theme was continued as the decor at the reception. The couple, who plan to take a honeymoon trip to Bermuda and the islands in December, are residing at 1136 Cony Road, Algonquin, 111. Mrs. Hauser, a graduate of Western Illinois University, where she was a member of the Wester Fins, a swim club, and Sigma ADULT BIBLE CLASS Members of the Adult Bible Class of Evangelical United Brethren Church will meet at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dan Cordell, 1409 E. Main St. CWF Members of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church will meet Monday afternoon from 1 to 3 o'clock at the church to make cancer dressings. Kappa sorority, taught kindergarten at two schools in Algonquin last year. Mr. Hauser, a graduate of Western Illinois University, worked toward his master's degree at Northern Illinois University, where he had an assistantship last year. While at Macomb he was affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity, and Kappa Delta Pi, honorary society. Mr. Hauser "will be teaching this year at Belvidere High School, Belvidere. S. A. HOME LEAGUE Salvation Army Home League will not meet this week because of the annual Salvation Army ice cream social to be Thursday eve- rang from 5 to 8:30 o'clock on the lawn at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David L. Reed, 346 S. Henderson St. League meetings will be resumed on regular schedule next week. The public is invited. VIOLET CHAPTER Violet Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, will meet at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening in Masonic Temple with Mrs. Harold Young of Morton as guest of honor. A social hour will follow and all Eastern Stars are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Moore (Miss Joy Wether ford) Iflflidd $oy, lAJetlterf^ord. . • Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Joy Wetherford and Willard Moore Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock as Rev. Gerald Nichols of Alpha read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Vows were exchanged in the chapel of the First Methodist Church in Galesburg by the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wetherford, 1019 Lincoln St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Anderson of near Knoxville. Miss Wetherford, who walked with her father to the altar to pledge her wedding vows, selected a white ballerina length dress of lace, fashioned with long veillike sleeves. Misting about her shoulders was veiling caught to a tiny cap. She carried a crescent bouquet of white roses and ivy. Miss Jennefer Wetherford, the bride's sister, as maid of honor, carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons touched with dark peach ribbon, to complement her peach dress. Veiling also was peach and caught to a tiny hat. Is Best Man Best man was Robert Woodside of Oneida. Guests were seated by Dave Wetherford and Glenn Olson of Oneida, as Mrs. Harry Neave at the organ console presented the prelude. Miss Dianna Wetherford, the bride's sister, was at the guest book when guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the church parlors. Gifts were' arranged by Miss Patty Madigan, and Miss Virginia Miller. Honors were accorded Miss Donna Yelm, Miss Joyce Beam and Mrs. Linda Wetherford, sister-in-law of the bride. After a wedding trip to Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Sept. 1 the couple will reside at 191 Maple Ave. Mrs. Moore, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is a licensed practical nurse and surgical technician at St. Mary's Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Knoxville High School, served four years with the Air Force and is employed by Rex Johnson Grain Co. of Oneida. Plan Wedding For Saturday The marriage of Miss Margaret Ann Cotter and William Bernard Schreck will take pjace at 10 o'clock Saturday morning at the St. Bernard Church in Bushnell. Their engagement was previously announced by the mother of the bride-to-be, Mrs. Martha Cotter, 625 Dean St., Bushnoll. Mr. Schreck is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schreck, Roseville. Miss Cotter was graduated from Bushnell High School and has been previously employed in Macomb. Mr. Schreck was graduated from Avon High School, attended Western Illinois University, and will be a junior at the University of Illinois this fall. Relatives and friends are cordially invited to attend the wedding and reception which follows. Attendant Is From Oquawka Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Ella Fredene Foster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Foster of Denver, Colo., and Thomas Edward Heyart, son of Mrs. Nicholas J. Heyart of Apollo, Pa., and the late Mr. Heyart, on Wednesday. The wedding took place at the Evans Memorial Chapel, Denver University, Denver, Colo., where the Rev. Walter J. Finley read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Robert Reed Jr., Denver, Colo., brother of the bridegroom. Miss Donna Foster of Oquawka, served as her cousin's" maid of honor. For the wedding she wore a lavender chiffon over taffeta (Continued on page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nelson (Miss Bernadine L. Crouch) l/Yjidd dSernadine C^roucli Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Bernadine L. Crouch and Kenneth E. Nelson was solemnized at 9 o'clock Saturday morning at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring wedding ceremony for Miss | Crouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Crouch, 1280 Grand Ave., and Mr. Nelson, son of Mr. and M^s. Donald E. Nelson of near Galesburg, was Rev. John Horan. Mrs. Shirley Stiles was organist and soloist for the ceremony. Lyle Nelson served as his brother's best man and guests were seated by Robert Nelson, another brother of the bridegroom, and Ed Kubitz. As color contrast for her wedding gown of lace and peau de soie the bride carried a bouquet of golden rapture roses. Her long sleeved dress had a cameo neckline and handclipped chantilly lace flounces cascading down the back of the bouffant skirt. Her veiling was caught to a small crown of iridescent pearls and sequins. Walks With Father Walking with her father, who gave her in marriage, the bride was preceded by Miss Lola Ry- lander, maid of honor, who was in a maize organza peau gown, arid carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Her imported lace veiling was caught at the top by three maize roses. Designed with short sleeves and a sweetheart neckline, the full-skirted dress was fashioned with a cascading back flair marked with a large bow at the back waistline. Miss Rebecca Sue Motz, flower girl, and Daryl Crouch, ringfoear- er, are niece and nephew of the bride. After the reception at St. Joseph's all-purpose room, the couple, who will live at 911 W. Losey St., left for a northern wedding trip. Honors at the reception were shared by Mrs. Raymond lad- well, the bride's aunt, of Abingdon; Mrs. Carl Motz, sister of the bride; Mrs. William Howard, (Continued on page 9) nnounce From Mount Vernon ... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Molder of Mount Vernon announce the engagement; and approaching marriage of their daughter, Kay, to John J. Zakarian, son of Mrs. A. Zakarian of Jerusalem, Jordan. Wedding vows will be solemnized at 7:30 o'clock at the Trinity Episcopal Church in Mount Vernon on Saturday, Sept. 14. The bride-elect, a graduate of De Paul School of Nursing, St. Louis, Mo., received her B.S. degree in nursing at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale. Mr. Zakarian, also a graduate of Southern Illinois University, is a member of the editorial staff of the Galesburg Register- Mail. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond E. Manthe of Matherville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Carol, of Milan, to Robert Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott of Alpha. No date has been selected for the wedding. Miss Manthe, a graduate of Sherrard High School and Hurley's Cosmetology School, is employed in the order department of the Servus Rubber Co., Rock Island. Mr. Scott was graduated from AlWood High School and served two years in the Navy. He is employed at International Harvester Co., East Moline, Miss Carol Manthe Decree From Paris ^Jltere +3A Something j?or £li veryone By LUCIE NOEL PARIS (AP)—Paris fashion designers offer a wealth of trends, in beautiful fabrics and striking colors, for fall and winter. The to-each-his-own approach, as shown in photographs released today, means there is something for everyone—from the conservative follow-fashion dresser to the nonconformist rebel. Soon the styles will be adapted to the American market—for a fraction of the Paris prices. One important trend is the muffled-up look for winter, in a general antifreeze campaign the entire couture endorsed. Collars climb up to the eyes, bypassing chin and nose. Necklines are cowled, hooded, scarved or swathed in fur or fabric stoles and high windshield collars. Topcoats are easy, roomy, square-shouldered and spell winter comfort. The showings were the biggest fur stories in years. Included were many fur trimmings on suits for day and evening displayed by such houses as Heim, Chanel, Saint-Laurent and Griffe. Most styles shown for day in soft mohairs and tweed plaids, checks and herringbones, also appear in evening wear in deluxe silks, velvets and brocades — among the best French manufacturers have produced. For evening jeweled and beaded embroidery is all - important. Feathery are integrated and add a touch of fantasy. Bird plumage colors were shown for sports. One of the season's important features is the return of sleeves. Batwing sleeves are at Cardin's for every hour, from tweed to chiffon. At Saint-Laurent's they are tight-fitting and jeweled for evening. Laroche does them in fur on tweed suits and so does Lanvin. Ricci uses fur sleeves in wool coats. Fabrics and colors lend the excitement to a carefully studied silhouette. Mosaic cameo tweeds by Asher, firm mohair, checked weaves by Besson, blended shades in king-sized plaids and hounds- tooth lend quality and beauty to the winter scene. i

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