Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 9, 1963 · Page 6
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 9, 1963
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6 CdQlesbur (jalesbu Monda Miss Helen E. Kitlceii, Bride > > i The bride, Miss Helen E. Killeen, was given in mar- William Iowa when she exchanged wedding vows with John C. Thompson in a double ring ceremony Saturday at Corpus Christi Church. Officiating at the nuptials at 2 o'clock in the afternoon was Rev. Alphonsus' Curran. Miss Killeen is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William P. Killeen. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Harry C. Thompson, Broadway, Monmouth, brocade gown neckline which dipped to a vee in the back, had bracelet back, sleeves and bell skirt. length Serving as her sister's only at- 1314 W. I tendant, Mrs. Gerald Miller, East Peoria, matron of honor, wore a A lace-edged colonial bouquet green brocade dress and carried of white roses touched with ivy and tied with satin ribbon streamers was the floral accent for the bride's topaz wedding dress and hat in a matching shade. The TioleA nnwerdarif yellow pompons in a colonial arrangement. Her bell-skirted dress had a rounded neckline and three- quarter sleeves and her hat was a matching shade of green. At the console of the organ, Mrs. Michael Gravino presented the prelude as guests were seated by Rod Kirman and Robert Carver. Kirkwood, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. James William Lee stood with the bridegroom as best man. Reception Given serving honors at the reception which followed in the social rooms of the church were Mrs. James Sheahan, Mrs, Robert Johnson, Miss Evelyn Clay and Mrs. Robert Carver, Kirkwood, the bridegroom's sister. At the guest book was Mrs. Fred Mr. and Mrs. John C. Thompson ('Miss Helen E. Killeen) guest book was Johnson, Knoxville, and MR. AND MRS. ROSS E. DUNLEVEY (above) of near Abingdon will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary on Sunday when they will be guests of honor at an open house at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Russell Fox, 1901 N. Broad St. Guests are invited to call during the afternoon from 2 to 5 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Dunlcvey were married Sept. 18, 1923, in Galesburg at the Christian Church parsonage by the late Rev. S. H. Zendt. They have three grandchildren. Thecouple requests no gifts. nnounce naa^emen The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Darlene Kay Vogel, daughter of Mr. and Mits. George Vogel, 449 Olive St., to Edward James VanMeir Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward VanMeir of Sheffield is announced by her parents. Wedding vows will be pledged Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock in St. John Brehauf Church in Niles. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend the ce: iony. Miss Vogel, who received a bachelor of science degree in nursing from North Park College and Swedish Covenant Hospital School of Nursing in Chicago in em Luke's Hospital in Park Ri''ge. Her fr a, who : ~d his bachelor of science an^ master's V/estern degree in educatic Illinois University, Macomb, also completed postgraduate work at the University of California. He has aught at and this Niles far will three teach years ana tms year scier?e and coach in the junior high school at Mount Prospect. gifts were arranged by Miss Beverly Richards, Mrs. Kent Jones and Miss Mary Alice Downey, Danville, niece of the bride. On their return from a wedding trip through the South and after Sept. 15, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson will reside at 127 E. North St. The bride, a graduate of Cor- Ceremony Read At Chapel Mrs. Clara Johnson and Robert W. Simon were married Saturday evening in the First Methodist Church as Dr. Joseph Hoffman and her son, Capt. J- B, Johnson, chaplain at Glasgow AFB, Montana, officiated. Vows were pledged at 7 o'clock in the chapel where guests were seated by Donn A. Johnson, Dayton, Ohio, another son of Mrs. Johnson. Daughters-in-law of the couple, Mrs. Donn A. Johnson and Mrs. Richard Simon of Saddle River, N. J., served as attendants and Mr. Simon as his father's best man. Mrs, Donn Johnson selected a navy blue suit accented with a light pink corsage, and Mrs. Richard Simon, a cranberry suit accented with a white corsage, for the ceremony. For her wedding Mrs. Johnson wore a blue French wool suit with matching hat and had a pink sweetheart rose corsage. Mrs. Harry Neave was at the pus Christi High School, is supervisor in the traffic department at Intra State Telephone Co. Mr. Thompson was graduated from Monmouth High School and attended Western Illinois Univer­ sity and the University of Illinois. He affiliated with Delta Sigma Phi fraternity. Now serving as secretary of the Galesburg Jaycees, he is employed by National Biscuit Co. amonze Your Fall Wardrobe • * q ****** with KNOX Professional Cleaning Last year's wardrobe will take on a new look, colors appear brighter and livelier, and you can be ever proud of your well groomed appearance. Only a professional cleaner can bring out the best in your clothing. Call and delivery or KNOX today free stop at pur convenient downtown location. L J. SPECIALIST! IN FABRIC CAftt &AUNPRY * DRY CLEANERS Fremont and Henderson Streets In Mcimouth 734-6111 193 f. Street Phone 342-5115 Wedding Is in Minnesota AND MRS first of September at the Methodist Church in Redwood Falls, Minn., will reside at Mankato, Minn., where both will be members of the senior class at Mankato State College. Mrs. Rosine, the former Judith Fleury, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. organ console for the reading of Fleury of Redwood Falls, Minn. Mr. Rosine, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rosine of Monmouth. The Grant C. Merillats of 1097 N. Academy St., the bridegroom's grandparents, attended the wedding. the double ring ceremony. Later at the reception, which followed in the church parlors, Mrs. Grace Peterson of Monmouth presented the musical background. A rehearsal dinner was held Friday evening at Loraine's Restaurant, where relatives were guests. After Sept. 10, Mr. and Mrs. Simon will reside at 55 E. Simmons St. Mrs. Simon is owner and operator of the Galesburg Engraving Co. Her husband, formerly with Hinchliff and Pearson, will be associated with her in the business. ew we BOOSTER CLUB Booster Club, Sincerity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Wednesday afternoon at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey for a potluck at 12:30 o'clock. Mrs. Blanche Weaver will be chairman. NCJW The Board of the National Council of Jewish Women will meet Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at Temple Sholom social center. MOTHERS OF WW II Mothers of World War II, Unit 51, will meet Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the American Legion Hall. NOW OPEN MADALINE'S BTY SHOP I am now back in my old location at 881 MULBERRY ST. Along with I^ee Grimes formerly of Lyonels we welcome all old and new customers. Operators: Lee Grimes Madaline Milligan Malmen Phone 343-6713 in Miss Teresa Ann Phillips, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Phillips of Prairie City, became the bride of Larry L. Starbuck, of Galesburg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Starbuck of Bardolph, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at the bride's home, where Rev. Edward Dunavin of the Methodist Church read the double ring ceremony. Best man was Robert Lindsay of Burlington, Iowa. Miss Phillips carried a white Bible, decorated with tea roses and centered with an orchid, foi v her wedding. The bride's white brocade sheath dress was worn with a matching jacket, trimmed with white fox fur. Her short veil was caught to a crown, trimmed with flowers. Mrs. Junior Barnstead, as matron of honor, selected a tan and brown suit accented with white accessories. Also taking part in the ceremony were Mr. Barnstead, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rankin of Avon, godparents of the bride. The newJyweds were honored at a reception in the bride's home, where garden flowers were used for decorating for the event. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 706 W. Brooks St. Mrs. Starbuck attended the Bushnell-Prairie City schools and her husband was graduated from Bardolph High School. He is employed at Gebhart's Auto Supply in Galesburg at a salesman. OWA Mr. and Mrs. Gary Collins (Miss Patricia Link) Elect Officers Mrs. Robert Cabeen was elected president of the Prairie Players Announce Daughter's Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Paul Clement of 874 E. Losey St. announce the marriage of „ , ., . n _. their daughter, Dianna, to Gardner ' vlce P resldent; Mlss Wedding yews w e r e exchanged by Miss Patricia Joann Link, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milford Link of Abingdon and Gary Dean Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Collins of Abingdon as Rev. Donald Hogan read the double ring ceremony. The nuptials were solemnized at 7:30 o'clock on Saturday evening at the First Christian Church in Abingdon. David C. Ray, brother- in-law of the bride, and Sammy Collins, brother of the bridegroom, seated the wedding guests. Miss Luann Lincoln was at the organ console to present the prelude and to accompany Miss Marsha Payton, classmate of the bride, the soloist. Best man was Dan Adcock of Abingdon. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a cascade bouquet of white fuji chrysanthemums with small blue daisy pompons. Her ballerina length white embossed gown was fashioned with bateBu neckline and three- quarter length sleeves. The fitted waistline of the dress, designed with bell skirt t was simply trimmed with a small self bow. Shoulder length illusion veil was caught to an open pillbox hat. Preceding the bride to the altar was the matron of honor, Mrs. David Ray of Berwick, sister of the bride. Mrs. Ray selected a dress of powder blue lace with a chiffon collar, matching shoes and open pillbox hat with nosettp veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of white daisy pompons. Guests offered congratulations to the couple at a reception following in the church parlors. White bells topped the four-tiered wedding cake of blue and white which centered the table covered with Civic Theater at the annual mem- a white Irish linen cloth and bership meeting Sunday afternoon adorned with blue candles and entwining huckleberry. at May Co. Also serving will Lynn Kreitzburg, secretary; Michael Baylor, son of Mrs. Margaret Baylor, 1057 Garden Frank Sutor, treasurer; Miss Ce Lane, The wedding took place in the Mrs. J. B. Gray, Mrs. James Accorded honors at the refresh- be Merle ment table were MrSi Ly ] e L i n k and Mrs. Ernest Murray of Abingdon, aunts of the bride, and Church ou Sept. 8 before 30 1 Gene K r a u s e and Mrs. W. S, friends and relatives. Rev. Don aid Peterson read the ceremony. The bride Agar, directors. Mrs., Jack Kirkpatrick, retiring Mrs. Ralph Strom of Toulon, sis. _ ... _ _ y i f, . A | ter of the bridegroom, cile Smith, Mrs. John Barnstead, | Mfss Luel]en | urington of Ab . . , m1 n i r. i n *nf i ingdon, was at the guest book and church parlor of Bethel Baptist Hacker, Thomas Poole Ed PettiU gifts were arranged by two of Mlss Link s classmates, Miss Rosalee Lowney and Miss Faye Smith. Mrs. Collins was graduated from Galesburg Cottage Hospital School of Nursing on Friday. Both are graduates of Abingdon High School. Mr. Collins is employed by General Telephone Company and Mrs. Collins will be employed at Cottage Hospital. After a short wedding trip to Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Collins will be at home at Shaw's Trailer Court in Abingdon. wore a ballerina | president, gave her report length dress of silk society taffeta. Alencon lace marked the Fa ]J CleailOUt skirt, which had unpressed side fall and back pleats. A jacket featur- 11 J " me ^° check ^ «„.i i--- wardrobe. Have any necessary ing a cowl neckline completed her ensemble. Her circular veil of repairs made, weed out any- pure silk illusion was caught to a thin § ^eable. This will leave Swedish-type crown of Alencon s ? ace m your closet for any re- Iace outlined and trimmed with P Ia £ements you may have to seed pearls and crystals. She car- make ' ried a colonial bouquet of white roses and white carnations. Mrs. Jan Cannon of Bishop ilill, matron of honor, was in a green two-piece wool suit with black accessories. She had a corsage of pink carnations. Earl Hoor of Byron was best man. The bride attended Galesburg schools. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Western Illinois University, Macomb, and is employed at the railroad yard. A reception followed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William P. Cannon, 1265 S. Farnham St. After a short wedding trip the couple will reside at 1057 Garden Lane. READ THE CLASSIFIEDS! STEP INTO THE SPACE AGE' ESA Chapter Votes To Sponsor Parties for Ward D-IO Mrs. Don Stribling, president, conducted the business meeting when the Alpha Mu Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha met this week in the Hill Arcade cafe. The chapter voted to again hold parties for Ward D-10 at the Galesburg State Research Hospital. Miss Doris Wilson, a former member was welcomed back into the chapter. Names were drawn for secret pals. { The remainder of the evening was spent discussing plans for the forthcoming state convention to be in Galesburg on Oct. 11, 12 and 13 at the Custer Inn, Gamma Chi and Alpha Mu being the hostess chapters. Hostesses for the evening were Miss Mary Peterson and Miss Dotty Hertel. Conduct Committee Meetings Members of the Ways and Means committee of Nellie Swanson School met recently at the ho me of Mrs. Ha rold Morris, chairman, 1626 Baird Ave., with Mrs. Raymond Howland, co-chairman, assisting. Plans were made for a chili-hot dog supper to be at the school Oct. 17. A meeting of the room representatives and social committee was held recently at the home of Mrs. Gale Lindeen, 1951 McMasters Ave. Mrs. Lindeen was assisted by Mrs. James Baughman and Mrs. Earl Miller, co-chairmen of the social committee. Plans for the six PTA meetings for the 1963-64 year were discussed. sew the "go" silhouettes of the season McCall's 6912 READ THE WANT ADS! GARDEN STUDY GROUP The Garden Study Group of the Galesburg Woman's Club will sponsor a breakfast, plant sale and white elephant sale on Tuesday at the clubhouse. Serving for this Wednesday mortiing event will be from 9 to 12 o'clock. 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