Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 4, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 4, 1973
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! L.. :G<alisbufi Regi§ter»MajLGale3burg, 111. Monday; June A 1973 Couples Pledge Wedding Vows PeopL About le. Places... Andrew Beveridge, who will receive his doctorate at Yale University on June 4, will be an assistant professor at Co' lumbia University, New York, ' N.Y. Beveridge, a g r a d u a t e of Galesburg High School in 19(53, is the sen of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Beveridge, 573 Scotch Elm Lane. The Beveridges' daughter Mrs. Susan Goodrich of Milwaukee,, Wis., was one of six winners in the annual Wisoon sin Sculpture and Painters Show. Her two oil paintings were "Moon Hangs High Over Shanghai" and "Herd Girl's Dreams." The latter has been selected to appear in the August issue of Ms. Miss Louise Shawver, teacher at George Churchill Junior High School, will toe employed by the Volunteers in Mission of the| Presbyterian Church of the USA this summer. She'll 'be working at Woodstock School, Mussoorie, Up, India, which is at the foot of the Himalaya Mountains. A Galesburg physician, Dr. Crosiar G. Bower, now retired in Deland, Fla., was the only alumnus of Knox College or Miss Sharon Hinton . . . Wedding vows were pledged by Miss Sharon Kay Hinton and John Wayne Farris on Friday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. The nuptials were solemnized at 7 p.m. as Rev. John E. Loham and Rev. Ralph Bennett read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy W. Hinton, 1367 Willard St., and .the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fairis, 508 N. Cedar St. Best' man was Mark L. Swanson of Clenmomt, Fla. During the organ prelude by Mrs. John Stiles, guests were seated by Steven M. Farris, and Donald E. Hinton, brothers of the couple. Serving as groomsmen were James A. Farris, brother of the bridegroom, and Donald Rosenberry. Preceding the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, were Miss Mary Hinton, maid of honor far her sister, Miss Patricia Tevai, Miss Chris Morss of Abingdon, bridesmaids, and Kendall Farris, nedce of the bridegroom, flower girl. Empire waisted A line dresses, indentical in styling, were worn by the attendants, with the maid of honor, in lavender, Miss Tevad in yellow and Miss Morss, in turquoise. The honor attendant carried two pink roses, while the bridesmaids each carried a single pink rose. Veiling, caught peau d'ange lzce Cameloit headpiece, misted about the shoulders of the bride's wedding gown of Chanti- lace, styled with a basque bodice and redingote bustle effect skirt that swept to rows of ruf mii'iHH"! i «p nfciili 'i 'in ' ''lltimiilii,,,,!,. , SaLpi 11111 ••1(11,11 .(11!, », ( \ 1 -S^i Mr; and Mrs. John W. Farris (Miss Sharon Kay Hinton) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Melton (Miss Kimberly Bliss) fles down the back. A satin bow Lombard College from this marked the waistline. Miss Hin- community, to receive a School of Honor from the Fifty Year Club at Commencement. It was presented June 2 at the annual luncheon and business meeting of the club. Dr. Bower was in the Knox College Class cf 1920 and in the graduating class of 1922 from Northwestern University medical school. He married a Knox co-ed, Dorothy Helen Smith, of Wiataga, in 1923. Practicing in Galesburg, he was chief of staff at Cottage Hospital, and also at St, Mary's Hospital. His award was accepted, for the doctor, by a representative from Florida, Ernest Hauser, formerly of Galesburg. Another scroll winner at this Commencement was an Abingdon native, Archie S. Morse, of Sun City Center, Fla., Knox 1916, who served 48 years as an Iowa educator4eacher, 'principal, city and county school superintendent. For "lifetime achievements of personal worth and service to others," Miss Marjorie P. Churchill, a former teacher in Galesburg and Elgin, was also named to the Scroll of Honor by her Alma Mater, Knox College, at the Commencement meeting of the Fifty Year Club on Saturday. The Churchill home is 900 Apple Lane, El Paso, Tex. The "Scroll" represents the fine art of "living and serving" and Miss Churchill's illustrious life qualifies her uniquely . . . Press Intelligence, Washington, D.C., Captain, W.A.C., U.S. Army, former Post Adjutant, Chemical Warfare Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala. ton carried a cascade arranged of pink roses and white pom pons. For the something old, she had an ivory incased print of the Sacred Heart belonging to her great- grandmother, Mrs. Henry Burns, and for the something borrowed, a sterling silver Rosary carried by her mother on her wedding day. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception at the church where Miss Barbara Hinton, sister of the bride was at the guest book. Miss RoseMarie Hinton, sister of the bride, Miss Terry Wilburn and Mrs. Lawrence Horn, cousin of the bride, were at the gift table. Honors were accorded Mrs. James A. Farris, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, Mrs. Mark L. Swanson of Clermont, Fla., Miss Kathy Hinton, sister cf the bride, and Miss Gene Conner. Mr. and Mrs. Farris will reside in Gallesburg. Mrs. Farris, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Home Savings and Loan Association. Her husband a graduate of Galesburg High School and Augustama College, is employed at the Continental, j Miss Kimberly Ann Bliss . As music filled the sanctuary of Corpus Christi Catholic Church Saturday for the wedding of Miss Kimberly Ann Bliss and Ronald Dean Melton, guests were seated by Kevin Kiigore and Chuck Hungeiiord. Mrs. John Stiles, organist, presented the prelude. The nuptials were solemnized at 1:30 p.nn. as Rev. John Lynch read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James F. Bliss, 544 Irwin St., and the bridegroom, son of James W. Melton, 443 Day St., and Mrs. Ted Conklin, Ottumwa, Iowa. John Funk of. Ottumwa, Iowa, was best man and Jim Zigen horn was groomsman. The or­ ganist also accompanied Roger Davison, soiloist. Miss Sandy Gibbs, maid of honor, and Miss Sandy Shay of Des Moines, Iowa, bridesmaid, were identically dressed in pink gowns of polyester organza. Both carried white wicker baskets of pink miniature carnations, light pink button pom pons, and white daisy pom pons with gypsophila. White picture hats completed their attire. Miss Bliss, given in marriage by her father, carried a cascade bouquet of white gardenias, pink miniature carnations and miniature junior bridesmaid pink posies with gypsophila, White Venice lace formed the Empire bodice and drop shoulder effect of the white organza gown fashioned with sheer Bishop sleeves cuffed with the Venice lace and a Victorian collar of the lace. The fully gathered double layered organza skirt fell into a sweep train. A Dior bow of organza headed the chapel length train. Her double tier] waist length illusion veiling was caught to a camelot hat of matching scalloped Venice lace. Guests offered feMcitabions to the couple at a reception at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Mrs. Russ SkinnisiT, sister of the bride- 1 groom, was in charge of the' guest book and Miss Karen Sgt. and Mrs. Stephen D. Hilton (Miss Sharon C. Lcrsch) Miss Sharon Lerseh ... Miss Sharon Christine Lerseh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald P. Lerseh, 1089 Maple Ave, became the bride of Sgt. •Stephen D. Hilton of Peoria, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hilton of Peoria, on Saturday at the First Lutheran Church. Wedding vows were exchanged 1 at 7 p.m. after guests had been seated by David Gibbs of Galva, L/Cpt. Rick Scott of Peoria, Mike Healey and Sgt. David Brancher. Best man was Bill Happach of Peoria. Serving as groomsmen were Bud Clayton of Chicago, Kedric Martin of Peoria and Robert Pirtle of Bartonville. i and I Staff of the East Peoria Reserve Station. Attendants Miss Donna Brown of Toulon, maid of honor, Miss Diane Lerseh, Mrs. Carolyn Probst and Mrs. Happach of Peoria, bridesmaids, were in floral print gowns. Each had picture hats (Continued on Page 9) Newcomer Club Holds Steak Fry Members and guests of the Newcomer Chib were entertained at a Steak fry Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Jacobs, 785 N. Senmi- nary St. The hoet couple led an evening of games after the dinner. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Women of the Moose will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Moose Ledge. Miss Linda Oelberg . . . Music for the wedding ceremony read for Miss Linda Rae Oelberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Christian Oelberg, 103 E. South St., Wataga, and Jeffry C. Pedersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pedersen, 1859 W. Prairie, Park Ridge, on Saturday, was by Mrs. C. E. Van Norman, organist. The nuptials were solemnized at 2:30 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church as Rev. George J. Curran of the Faith Lutheran Church of Wataga read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Douglas Pedersen of Des Plaines, brother of the bridegroom. Soloists were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Rossman of Peoria. Acolyte was Jeffrey Oelberg, Wataga, the bride's brother. Baskets filled with green, blue, yellow and apricot color daisies with gypsophila accent were carried by the attendants, Miss Constance A. Powell of Wheeling, maid of honor, in a nile green organza dress; Miss Bernice E. Kramer, Palos Hills, in light blue, Miss Michelle Faklaris of Chicago, the bride's cousin, in yellow, and Miss Joellyn E. Young of Wheeling, in apri- Mr. and Mrs. Jeffry Pedersen (Miss Linda Oelberg) quet of white daisies and yellow roses with gypsophila accent. Reception A reception followed at the Elks Club, where rice packets were presented guests by Miss Mr. and Mrs. David Medhurst (Miss Linda Nestrick) Miss Linda Nestrick cot. Each had matching picturejPeggy Bramlett and Miss Bon- hats, jnie McCormick, both of Wataga, Given in marriage by her fa- 1 who were also at the gift table, ther, Miss Oelberg wore her* Honors were given Mrs. mother's wedding dress and veil ! Charles Sawall of Lincoln Wood, for the ceremony. Of ivory Miss After a wedding trip to Tampa and St Petersburg, Fla., and Mjss Unda Nestrjckj daughter of Mr< aml Mrs , Don Nestr i c k, June 11, the couple will reside Mc(io> an(1 DavU1 Mec i nu rst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Med- at 89,36 Parkside Ave., Desjhurst, Joy, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at St. Mary's Plaines. | Roman Catholic Church, Keithsburg. Rev. William Ryan, St A graduate of Galesburg High Mary's, and Rev. Claude More-; School, Carl Sandburg College?; l;imJ - AIudo Ba P tist Church, read; churo h hall following the cere- Western Illinois University, Ma-; thf; single ring ceremony for the moriy . comb, Mrs. Pedersen is em-!couple at 2 P'" 1 - ployed at G. D. Searle and Co., Skokie. J lor husband, a grad- to complete their attire. They Rev. Ordell Peterson read the| carried star burst clutch, bouquets of white Marguerite daisies and lavender Majestic daisies. The bride, given in marriage double ring ceremony for the couple, who walked beneath an arch of sabers, as they left the altar following the ceremony. The Marines were from the R (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Martin Brown (Miss Dixie Gibbs) Miss Dixie Gibbs . . . Miss Dixie L. Gibbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dwane Gibbs, Gilson, and Martin W. Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arlis Brown, Williamsfield, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the Wii- Jliamsfield United Methodist Church. Rev. Phillip Snider read the 'double ring ceremony for the ouple at 7 p.m. Guests were seated by Jim Gibbs, the bride's brother, Gilson, and David Preceding the bride were Miss l^S^^nt NOTICE! • Due to the large overflow of formal weddings for the weekend of June 16th & 17, MALES Formal Wear is unable 1o handle any further booking for tho«e two days. It i$ imperative that you plan ahead even booking now for Aug. with us for your wedding so that you too will receive our utmost attention. Thank you MAIES' FORMAL WEAR ony , The newlyweds will reside vr*™ r,,n ,n „ n u '|v „ i h ,f " "V i' I K ' Th u % glVenin """"Wiiear New Boston after a wed-iBrown, the bridegroom's broth- \ u] ^l H Mary CulJen of DaltonjSkokie. iler husband, a grad-;by her father, was in a white i.. , . . . willh»mfii>l<l '.'!.' satin, the gown was fashioned: Mrs - Hon Kidder of Lakejuate of Maine South Highjc.epe dress fashioned with a, din * tr, P to Ch,ca 8°- I i» rece dinJ the bririn WP «- MiJ/ l,|rn ' c ° Us with a front lace panel on the [Bracken, Miss Debbie Walters, |School, Park Ridge, and West-(lace bolero, trimmed with or-! Mrs. Medhurst is a graduate fitted bodice and full skirt, with 'Milwaukee, Wis., cousin of the, ern Illinois University, is em-igandy and pearls. Her long oI A1(i(1( > I I'yh School and Black- its two and one-half yard train. bride . a "d Mrs. Kenneth Olsonjployed at T. and F. Florocar-jveiling was outlined in lace and hawk College, School of Nurs- siiif itincinn f ;„r ^,.t,~ „,.ii;„„ of nnottix i—~ caught to a lace cap. She car->' n fJ- She is employed by Mercer tied a colonial bouquet of white c< J- Hospital, Aledo. Her husband mums and red roses. 'is a graduate of Westmer High Attendants School and is employed by , Miss Marsha Nestrick, Aledo,\ Deam Frve - Inc " Alcdo - jin every imaginable color, can was ma id of honor. Bridesmaids 'solve the problem of splitting'were Miss Beth Nestrick, Phoe-j (mj c |< , sw jtch from fair to nails. Many manufacturers arejnix, Ariz.; Miss Carole Med-:f ou ] weather is an Silk illusion fingertip veiling of °™i&d trimmed in lace was caught to an ivory floral crocheted head Church HotlOIS piece with seed pearl trim. The bride carried a colonial to^-Qmilitating Seniors Sunday ;bon Co., Rolling Meadows. \IS ail Suvet I Nail polish, now fashionable j W est, . Williamsfield, were groomsmen. Angela Gibbs, the bride's flower girl, and Phil Debbie Doubet, maid of honor; Miss Gretchen Brown and Miss Tamra Brown, bridesmaids, sisters of the bridegroom, all of Williamsfield. atL hZ ZhlT^ « radu - : *»u 'n8 »I** ial « f P'^h!hurst, Joy, and Miss Nancy Mc-^ft TtoJ aui-g high school seniors was with a hardening acrylic base.'CYory, Cedar Raoids iowa n„, t given by the Fast Main Street - o , (ndp f s ' WWd - | r >ne of the pmuesi siyie; United Church of Christ on Sun- 1 tuart Coulter ' J °y- wafJ best smock rain shirt and matcl (day immediately following the S<*r*tldi«r for WiniWX ''TZ^S? K?"!^ 1,1 « rCal ,0 " ki »« P asl ^ Best man was Steve Best, AI-!^' ilh loiia, the bridegroom's cousin. Pat Collopy, Dahinda, and Greg field. Walks with Father Miss Gibbs, given in marriage by her father, selected an em- organza gown fashioned jwrtrait neckline, ac(Continued on Page 9) worship service. The graduates puck'-; up in some of the A'tdo, and Don Russell, New are hzrl Clayton, Cnnim spectacular things they've done Hcslon. Ushers were Gary Nesto seersucker. Still an inexpert- trick and Richard Nestrick, sive fabric, seersucker comes both of Aledo, the bride's broth- Mrs. Albert Reed and Miss not only in the traditional ers; and Dennis Medhurst, Joy, Janes Stites served at the re-'stripes, but in plaids, pastels.the bridegroom's brother. land polka dots. ' A reception was held in the Schrodt, Cindy McKarJand Jeff Kemiey and Ted Christy. 'reshment table. * LET'S GO * SATUHDAY. Junu 161h lo A/najiu. Jowu, uloupiny al lhe Blrlbplato ol Pmnlavvl HQCIVBJT. l.uciil Huiili- on tlii' l.u'. tu Iniir the 7 vilhiK'-.. l'';niiil.y .style din lice. Hi'.ii,s Viiliun due d;,te, Wed , lime J.'jlli. J'hone |«5« ot HU- 0710. Ali-Cij/idlliomU bun. WANT TO ATTEND BEAUTY SCHOOL? JUNE CLASS ONLY TUITION *100 YOUNG'S SCHOOL OF BEAUTY CULTURE? 136 E. Main St. Ph. 342-8266

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