Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 5, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, September 5, 1963
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r Mr. and Mrs. Galen Timmons (Miss Diana Lee Lehnhausen) At London Mills Miss Dianna Lee Lehnhausen of Fairview, daughter of Mrs. Betty Davidson of Denver, Colo., walked with her grandfather, Joseph Lehnhausen of Fairview, to the altar of the Fairview Reformed Church on Sunday when she pledged wedding vows with Galen Duane Timmons of London Mills. Rev. Bartel Bylsma read the double ring ceremony for Miss Lehnhausen and Mr. Timmons, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Timmons of London Mills, at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon. Best man was James Young of London Mills, cousin of the bridegroom. Groomsman was Harold Holsinger of Morris, and ushers were Roger Timmons of London Mills and John McCone of Ellisville. Miss Frances Phjpps, organist, accompanied Mrs. Roger Tinder, soloist, and presented the prelude as guests were seated. Selecting a chapel length gown of chantilly lace over bridal taffeta for her wedding, the bride BERL Watch Crystals NORD Replaced JEWELERS in 30 Minutes. Official C.B.&Q. and Santa Fe Watch Inspector 314 E. MAIN ST. Located E. Mario Shop carried a white Bible with a shower of roses and stephanotis touched with ivy to complement the gown. Styled with a basque bodice, having a scalloped sabrina neckline, the dress with its bouffant skirt had self roses over two wide tiers of scalloped lace at the hemline. Fingertip illusion veiling edged with matching chantilly lace was caught to a Queen's crown of pearls. Attendants, Miss Karen McKeever, maid of honor, and Miss Jalayne Volhnar, bridesmaid, both of Fairview, were in mint green satin brocade dresses. Each had matching veil hats and carried short cascade bouquets of white asters with puffs of material matching their dresses. Reception Honors at the reception were shared by Mrs. Susan Morey, Mrs. Judy Lehnhausen, Miss Mary Jo Sydam and Miss Janice McCone, of Ellisville. At the guest book table were sisters of the bridegroom, the Misses Gloria and Ruth Timmons. Gifts were arranged by Miss Katherine Mulligan, Miss Jane Timmons and Miss Barbara Lehnhausen. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside in London Mills. Both wefe graduated from Valley High School, she in 1962, and he in 1961. Mrs. Timmons is employed at the Bank of Fairview and her husband, who attended Canton Community College, is employed by Republic Investors Life Insurance Co. At Monmouth . Miss Beverly Kay Smith, daughter of Mrs. Charlie P. Smith, 440 S. Seventh St., Monmouth, and the late Mr. Smith, exchanged wedding vows with Cloyd F. Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivester Cox of Kirkwood. Friday evening in the chapel of the First Methodist Church in Monmouth. Golesburg Register-Mail, Golasburg, III. Thursday, Sept. 3/ 19637 Rov. John W. Collins read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who are residing at 440 S. Seventh St., Monmouth. Richard Rothzen of Raritan was best man. Ushers were Dale Rhodes of Joy and Terry Owens of Monmouth. Given in marriage by her brother, Larry Smith, the bride was preceded as she walked down the aisle, by Miss Judith Melvin of Monmouth, maid of honor. Miss Melvin selected a yellow chiffon ballerina length dress for the ceremony. She carried a colonial bouquet of whito carnations tied with yellow ribbons. Carries Roses Yellow roses were the accent for the bride's bouquet of roses and white carnations which she carried. Veiling, caught to a Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Paul Johnson (Miss Elizabeth Tallcy) MISSION STUDY CIRCLE Mission Study Circle of the Trinity Lutheran Church will meet at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. D. N. Youngren, 956 N. Broad St. The program for the ensuing year will be planned and letters from Miss Verna Lofgren will be read. Mrs. Henry Saul will give the devotions. At Elmwood . . . Elmwood United Presbyterian Church was the scene of the Sunday evening wedding of Miss Elizabeth Anne Talley of Elmwood and Daniel Paul Johnson of Lacon. The couple pledged vows in a double ring ceremony read at 7:30 o'clock by Rev. D. William Hankins. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald E. Talley, 107 W. Ash St., Elmwood, was given in marriage by her father. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Johnson, 814 Ninth St., Lacon. The bride's ctiapel length gown of chantilly lace over taffeta, had a fitted basque bodice, long tapered sleeves, and sabrina neckline outlined with scallops of the handclipped lace which sparkled with sequins and seed pearls. The bouffant skirt had a lace overskirt caught up with self roses over tiers of the seal loped chantilly lace trimmed with iridescents. Her fingertip silk illusion veiling with hand-rolled edge was caught to a demi-crown of entwined pearls and she car ried a white orchid on a crescent of white carnations and green pittosporum. Miss Talley's only attendant, Mrs. Joseph Robinson, Farming ton, matron of honor, wore i ballerina gown of emerald green nylon sheer, organza over white lace. The scalloped bodice had long sleeves of the sheer material and the bouffant skirt was made with a deep hem. Her nose veil was in a matching shade of green and she had white accessories. She carried a crescent bouquet of white carnations and pittosporum. Richard Schmidt, Washington, III, was best man and guests were seated by Jack Johnson Lacon, brother of the bridegroom, .Jerry Bennington, Mendota, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, and Robert Talley, Great Lakes, brother of the bride. Candlelight- ers were Douglas Johnson and KELLOGG'S SAY! lets dress baby for a wonderful Fall At the first sign of fall . . , bundle baby up in a wonderfully warm and good-looking snowsuit or matched set from our complete array of chill chasers for little girls and boys. In our own second floor youth section you will find wearables for all the young set. Dresses, skirts, slacks, blouses — sizes from the one year to Fashions for the conscious young junior. Kellogg's Juvenile Aisle Stanley Johnson, both of Lacon, brother and nephew of the bridegroom. Nuptial music was by Mrs. William Althiser, Farmington, organist and Miss Sharon Blust, Peoria, cousin of the bride, soloist. Sharing serving honors at the reception which followed in the church parlors were Mrs. Glenn McBeth, Elmwood, Miss Patricia O'Leary, New Windsor, Mrs. Richard Schmidt, Washington, 111., Mrs. William Wilson, Dayton, Ohio, also a cousin of the bride and Miss Karen Bcal of Elmwood. Miss Linda Johnson, the bridegroom's sister, was at the guest book. The newlyweds are residing at Greenlawn Mobil-home Park at Chillicothe. Mrs. Johnson was graduated from Elmwood Community High School and Graham Hospital School of Nursing in Canton. She is employed at Proctor Community Hospital in Peoria. The bridegroom, a graduate of Mid County High School at Varna, attended Western Illinois University at Macomb. He is employed by Asplund Tree Company. Note 42nd Anniversary The 42nd wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lieber, 460 Locust St., was noted Sunday afternoon by relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lieber were married Sept. 1, 1921, at the Central Congregational Church by Rev. Mr. McKinley. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Hughes of Virginia Beach, Va., extended their congratulations via telephone. Guests were from Galesburg, Rio and Peoria. Mrs. Jeppie L. Harris Sr. and Mrs. Lieber served at the table which was decorated in the color scheme of pink and white. UNIVERSALIST WOMEN Universalist Women will meet Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the country home of Mrs. Theodore Bullman. pearl crown, misted about the shoulders of her white satin wedding dress. Mrs. Ronald Swanson of Monmouth was at the organ console to present the prelude and the wedding music. Honors at the reception in the Monmouth home of the bride's brother, Larry Smith, were shared by Mrs. Roberta Jacobs, Mrs. Ruth Ann Smith and Miss Jacque Jo Jacobs, all of Monmouth. Mrs. Cox was graduated from Monmoulh High School in 1963, and her husband from Media High School in 1961. He is employed as an assistant laboratory technician at Ralph Wells Co., Monmouth. 1 h h 1 '.I ' #• Lodge Receives Information on State Meeting Mrs. Mildred Oaks, noble grand, conducted the meeting of Vesta Rebekah Lodge Wednesday evening in IOOF Hall when communications were read from Mrs. Laura M. Bade, state assembly secretary, regarding the state meeting to be Sept. 15 and 16 in the State Armory in Springfield. Invitations were received to attend meetings at Cameron, Sept. 18 and at Roseville, Sept. 10 when district officers will be entertained. Fairview Lodge will entertain in honor of 50-ycar members or older, Sunday, Sept. 22, from 2 to 4 o'clock in the afternoon, The lodge has 9 members with over 50 years membership with one having been a member 73 years. Mrs. Alice Morrison was appointed chairman of a card party, the time and place of which will be announced. Tables were decorated in a back to school theme when refreshments were served during a social hour in the lodge dining room by Mrs. Robert Haws and her committee. Show Film- (Continued from page 6) Eugene Smith of Viola answered questions. Mrs. Kermitt Brown called for highlights ot the Departmental Marche from several of the Partners who had attended the Chicago meeting. Mrs. L o r e 11 a Stringer, departmental chapeau, will make her official visit to Galesburg in February. It was voted to extend an invitation for Spring Pouvoir to be held in Galesburg. Hostesses for the social hour were Mrs. William Lewis, Mrs. Walter Forbes, Mrs. Chester Ben nett, and Mrs. Ernest Peterson. CENTRAL CHURCH WOMAN'S ASSOCIATION Members of Central Church Woman's Association will meet Friday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock for a dessert luncheon at the home of Mrs. Charles Paisley, 731 N. Academy St. Members of Group II will serve. Rev. Wilmot Lippert will present the program. t The PERFECT Diamond Ke epa^Ka 6OY0 J I T> OU All,, i . i I mllJ «y, J.J u..,. t c . *.!«(*)» *w if*. 't*m r«*-l 1* Pay only $1.50 per week Keepsake Diamonds '100 pay as little as $1 per week Girls: Get your FREE copy "How to Plan Your Engagement and Wedding" Register your China - Crystal, etc. Patterns HEART'S Jewelers 316 E. MAIN ST. We Give S&H Green Stamps To Show Slides of Trip to Sweden for Armed Forces Club Cans of juice for the Red Cross were brought by members when the Armed Forces Service Club convened in the Community Lounge at the YMCA Tuesday evening with Mrs. Ernest Rice, president, presiding. Mrs. Carl Carlson reported that at the next meeting she will show slides of her trip to Sweden. Later refreshments were served by Mrs. Marjorle Sippel, and Mrs. Ray Taylor. Prizes in the evening's games were awarded to Mrs. Leo Hull, Mrs. Fred Palmgren, and Mrs. Rice. Mrs. Elmer Guenther received the special prize. Mrs. P. A. Walsh was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd P. Cox (Miss Beverly Kay Smith) Receives Degrees (Continued from page 6) diplomas and pins to 87 nurse interns this afternoon in Chicago's Orchestra Hall. Miss Carol Wooldridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay A. Wooldridge, 108 Bayard Ave., Knoxville, is a member of the class of 1963 and recipient of the Medical Staff award. A graduate of Knoxvllle High School in 1960, Miss Wooldridge was a member of the student nurses choir and vice president of her senior class. She plans to join the nursing staff at Mercy Hospital, Urbana. Explain CI ill) Goals Committee chairmen summarized their duties and the general purposes of the club were explained to prospective members as the Jay-C-Ette board entertained at a coffee hour Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. David Gustafson, 488 N. Academy St. Guests included Mrs. George Shirck, Mrs. Earle Stanley, Mrs. Robert Sparks, Mrs. George Clark, Mrs. William Shonkwiler and Mrs. Robert Chapman. Mrs. Donald Peterson, president, was accorded serving honors. A board meeting was also held recently at the home of Mrs. Peterson, 625 W. Sanborn St., at which time Mrs. Ned Anderson, treasurer, proposed a budget which was accepted. Plans were discussed with committee chairmen and the year's program was outlined. A report on the annual Jaycee family picnic held recently at Lincoln Park, was given by Mrs. Gustafson, chairman. It was- decided to retain Donald Peterson, outgoing Jaycee presi­ dent, as club adviser for another" year. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. mm SUGAR FREE less than PER 6 FL. 01. Bottled by CANADA DRY BOTTLING CO. Galesburg, 111. Naturalteer's new fashion look is tapered with surprising new comfort... the extra roominess of a heel-hugging, toe-free last. The slim mid heel and contrasting textured look add fashion interest. AS SEEM IN LA DTE S* HOME JOURNAL ANO VOGUE NO EXTRA CHARGE FOR SIZE 11 Rogers Shoes 230 E MAIN

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