Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 11, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 11, 1973
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I Gdjfsburg Register-Mail, Gqlesburg, Monday, June 11, 1973 Woman s World T j oday. About People, Places... Sandra Brown AFS Student Will be in Italy This Summer Listening to Barlitz language records and studying Italian phrase books and dictionaries are all a part of the day's routine for Miss Sandra Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Brown of rural Galesburg, as she prepares for a summer in Italy. As a participant in the AFS Americans Abroad scholarship program', Sandy will live in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dante Chizzini of Viadana, Italy, a village in the Po valley of northern Italy. There she will share the home with the Chizzini family of Rosaria, Donata, Augusto and Chiera. Sandra stated that she was amazed at how many mutual interests she and her Italian sisters have. Too she was happy that they are a musical family and have a piano as Sandy plays the piano and sings in a cappella choir and will be a member of the Senior Ensemble next year. Two of her sisters have studied English in school, but otherwise Sandy will have to communicate in what Italian she can learn before her departure in a few weeks and at the language school at Trento where she will spend five days before going to Viadana. Living with youth of other nations will not be an entirely new experience for Sandra as she and her parents have hosted visitors from other lands frequently at their farm home. arc Music for the wedding of Miss Dorothy Ann Riley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. N. Riley of Wataga and Roger E. Matson, Overland Park, Kan., son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Matson of Duluth, Minn., on Saturday was presented by Mrs. Merritt ' Johnson of Wataga, organist. Rev. George J. Curran read | the double ring ceremony for • the couple at the Faith Lutheran ' Church, Wataga, at 2 p.m. Best ; man was Alan Garrett of Rocki ford, brother-in-law of the bride, \ and serving as groomsman was ! James R. Riley, brother of the j bride, Galesburg. ! Rodney Riley, nephew of the i bride, served as acolyte. Mrs. Garrett, matron of hon- J or, and Mrs. Charles Fach of ! Galena, bridesmaid, sisters of ; the bride, were in mint green * dresses and carried bouquets of i white daisies. Each had match­ s ing picture hats to complete j their ensembles. j Miss Riley, given in marriage , by her father, carried an ar| rangement of white roses and | stephanotis as the accent for her empire styled wedding gown of the gown with its softly styled skirt. For the something borrowed, the bride wore her sister's veiling. Reception Mrs. Robert Riley of Knoxville was at the guest book at the reception which followed at the church. Gifts were arranged by Miss Janice Holmes of Oneida and Miss Barbara Swanson of Galesburg. Serving honors were accorded Miss Patricia Burg of Springfield, Mrs. Dave Weidner of Waggoner, Miss Charlotte Olson of Wataga and Mrs. James Riley of Galesburg. After a wedding trip to Colorado and June 16, the couple will reside in Overland Park, Kan. Mrs. Matson has taught the past six years at Jane Addams School, Springfield. Her husband lAJed, * * Mr. and Mrs. James Hcckel (Miss Beth Bevard) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Patch (Miss Julie Gustafson) Miss Beth Bevard Miss Beth Bevard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Lee Bevard, 1561 N. Farnham St., and James Heckel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Heckel, 1564 N. Farnham St., exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the Bethany Baptist Church, Wataga. The nuptials were solemnized at 7:30 p. m. as the Rev. John Carlson read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man for his brother-in law was Tom Reinebach of Mt. Prospect. Guests were seated by Michael Peterson, brother-in- law of the bride, and Tom Swanson. Serving as groomsmen were Alan Bevard, brother of the bride, and Bob Ralston, cousin of the bridegroom. Attendants Mrs. Michael Peterson, Aurora, Colo,, was her sister's matron of honor, while Miss Deane Bevard sister of the bride and Miss Linda Rambo of Krioxville, were bridesmaids. In delicate blue dotted Swiss dresses, attendants carried baskets of blue and white daisy ponpons. Picture hats completed their attire. Miss Bevard, given in marriage by her father, carried a colonial arrangement of white and blue daisy pompons with delicate blue and white tufts and streamers, as the complement to her wedding gown of w'hite chiffon with lace accents. The of the Bishop sleeves were accented with lace having a satin ribbon insert. A simulated bib effect of lace and ribbon was a' fashion detail of the gown with its softly gathered skirt. An organza contour multi-bow clip held the bride's lace edged mantilla chapel length veiling. At the reception which followed at the church Mrs. Tom Reinebach of Mt. Prospect, the bridegroom's sister, asked the guests to sign the bride's book. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Randy Morger, Miss Debbie Reed and Miss Cheryl Brown. Honors were accorded Miss Darlen Franseen, Mrs. Mike Lawton of Bourbonnais, Mrs. Robert Ralston and Miss Teresa Shaver. The couple will reside at 571 N. Chambers St. Mrs. Heckel, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Protexall. Her husband, also a graduate of Galesburg High School, will be a senior in the fall at the University Mr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Downing Jr. (Miss Barbara Krupps) Miss Barbara Krupps . . . Wedding vows were solemnized at Corpus Christi Church Saturday for Miss Barbara Jeanne Krupps and Bradley C. Downing Jr., at 2 p. m. as Rev. Stephen Harney read the single ring ceremony for the couple. Mrs. John Stiles, organist, presented the prelude as the guests were seated by John R. Krupps and Joseph W. Krupps, wedding band collar and cuffs of Illinois, Chicago Circle. brothers of the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wiljiam J. Krupps, 465 N. Pleasant Ave. Best man for the bridegroom, son of Dr. and Mrs. Bradley C. Downing, 1127 Maple Ave., Downers Grove, was Gerald Muzyka of Chicago. The bride's brothers, who served as ushers, were also the groomsmen. Soloist was Miss Carey Downing of Downers Grove, the sister of the bridegroom. Attendants Preceding the bride, who walked with her father, who gave her in marriage, were Miss Margaret Jensen of Madison, Wis., maid of honor, Miss Mary Krupps and Miss Carol Krupps, sisters of the bride, bridesmaids. Each carried bouffant colonial bouquets of white and red miniature carnations with gypsophila as the complement to their navy blue dotted Swiss gowns. Navy bkae ribbon marked the crown of the at­ tendants' picture hats of white straw. Multi-colored flowers formed the colonial bouquet carried by the bride, who selected a gown of white voile with a floral patterned flocking. Wide ruffling marked the vee neckline of the gown fashioned with a fitted bodice banded at the waist with lace with satin ribbon insertion. A ruffle also marked the gracefully gathered skirt. To complete her attire, she selected a white bridal picture hat of puckered straw to which cathedral length illusion veiling was caught. Miss Kathi Downing,, San Diego, Calif., sister of the bridegroom, was at the guest book at the reception which followed at Holiday Inn. Honors were shared by Mrs. Craig Wilke, Miss Susan Fox of Wheeling, Mrs. David Reynolds of Monmouth, all cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Josef Tuszynski. Guests were presented rice Miss Julie Gustafson Miss Julie Ann Gustafson and Richard Alan Patch exchanged wedding promises Friday at Grace Lutheran Church in Knoxville. Rev. Lloyd Litlaus and Rev. Robert Lee, Sacred Heart, Moline, read the double ring —— ceremony at 7 p.m. for the Ibridla, dlaugfoteir oif Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Gustafson of near Galesburg, and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Patch, 561 N. Prairie St. Attendants were Miss Janet bouquet of daisies with gypsoph- Johnson, maid of honor and Daryl Cox, best man. Ushers were Dave Kimmitt and John Gustafson. The bride, given in marriage by iher father, was in an ivory organza gown fashioned with a self-rufifle high collar, and line extending up the back in an apron effect. She had an ivory Swiss braid hat bowed with deep ivory satin ribbons falling into streamers. Miss Gustafson carried a colonial ila and ivory ribbons. A reception was held in the church social rooms after the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to Missouri, the newlyweds will reside at 1555 Bateman St. Mrs. Patch, who attends ruffling around the square yoke Galesburg High School, is cm of the bodice. A deep ivory ployed at Arthur J. Nymans satin cumibenband with a back and Sons. Her husband, a grad- bow encircled the waistline of uate of Galesburg High School, the softly gathered full skirt is employed by Burlington with double ruffles at the hem- Northern. (Continued on Page 9) u ow6 '.. of white. Lace trimmed the is employed" by International neckline, sleeves and the bodice Harvester Co., Mission, Kans. ! I ^ead at ~SeMer ! Miss Brenda Janette Reed, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. Cletis Reed of Scheller, former Galesburg residents, and Rocky Wayne Grob, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Grob of South Roxana, were married May 5. ihe ^TvK^ Sandra Itosciilici-ry . . . Miss Deborah Evans Ferguson, ' Woodriver, at the caught to a Juliet can The ! The Community Chaptd in East Galesburg wasMhe scene As music filled the sanctuary of the First United Methodist Bear Point Freewill Baptist luJ* | ( , t . aKt „ . L, f „„ j( F, ' ida y o{ the wedding for Miss Sandra Ilosenberry, .laughter Church, Monmouth, guests for the wedding of Miss Deborah Church, Sesser. ™ ac , LU d LdsCdae » ouc l u " of Mrs. Luavis ilosenberry of near Galesburg and the late Mr. j ea n Evans, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard 10. Evans, 1138 Among the members of the, y° llow a ' ld whlte carnations Ilosenberry, and Frederick Slier, Abingdon, son of Mr. and j<;, Broadway. Monmouth, and \>AU ,,\ iiun^n M- wedding party were Mrs. Diann wiln gypsophila encircling a .Mrs. Herbert Stier of Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. DeJaynes (Miss Diane Ryan) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Stier (Miss Sandra Ilosenberry) Mr. and Mrs. John Hanson (Miss Deborah Evans) Miss Diane Ryan . . . Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Diane Marie Ryan, daughter of Mrs. Grant E. Ryan of St. Augustine, and the late Mr. Ryan, and Keith Allen DeJaynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell K. DeJaynes of Abingdon and Mrs. Alberta Brown of Moline, on Saturday. Rev. Donald Hogan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at the Abingdon Christian Church at 2:30 p.m. Best man was Michael DeJaynes of Ab- Hamilton of Scheller, sister of the bride, matron of honor and Danny Reed of Scheller, brother of the bride, an usher. For her wedding, Miss Reed white orchid. Mas* Tricia Reed of Schiller, sis-' liev ' Kaymond Broadway, Monmouth, and John David Hanson, son of Mr and Mrs. Arthur D. Hanson, J with b(:s ruffs - A Vfc !v<-'t »'»w-908 E. Seventh Ave., Monmouth,i.Soloists were Mi- H « ph u„r„ d Marquith read I at the waistline in front headed were seated by Carl Shaub o , dl^ iJ! 1 "'L ? I ceremony for bands of lace down the front Monmouth and Tim Fransenlc""! Iowa ter of the bride, was flower itne double r j ng 'girl. the couple at 7 p.m. As Miss and edge of the skirt. Her train of Galesburg i Among the guests was Mrs . ;Kai 'eii Van Winkle, Maquon,,veil was caught to a pillbox Rev Patrick V Flaherty Klower 8 ir l wa s Miss Brenda selected a gown of sata-peau (Lizzie Coffel oi Scheller, great- P 1 aye d the organ prelude, hat. She carried a nosegay read the double ring ceremonv J<0VcJahl of Monmouth; acolyte, trimmed with Venice lace. The j grandmother of the bride. guests were seated by Pete Irwmiet of white d-iisies. u ..»„..,i.... ... « n ,„ ,.«• K vans of Monmouth empire bodice, styled with a Mrs. Grob, a graduate of H f <'PP'"^ East Galesburg sheer yoke, outlined with lace, Wdtouville High School, was Raymond Herne. was fashioned with a high neck- employed at the Florsheim Shoe The bride, given in marriage line. A wide pleated ruffle cir- Co. in Mt. Vernon. Her husband by Louis Hiilier, selected an cled the hemline of the con- ; a graduate of ^ The bride's Mrs. J .i> tren oi Innar. empire yuwi, Saturday at 5 p.m. after the ingdon. Groomsmen were Terry DeJaynes of Abingdon and Donny Anderson of St. Augustine. During the organ prelude by |Mrs. Eugene Ehrenhart, guests were seated by Jeff Brown, of Abingdon and Dan Schisler of St. Augustine. Soloists were Miss Rozanne Oyler of Galesburg and Miss Barbara Roberts of Moline. attendants were prelude by Mrs. Gary Gilliland ilosenberry, ma- ;f Mf.nrmulh, organist. Best in ff .i -n ""'i' lor his brother was .James and brMiier of the bride, and rini<- 1, ' ,|owL ''' girl was Jamie DeJaynes and Miss Jacki Subloll, cousin of the bride., bridesmaids, all of St. AugUNtiue, were in organza dresses trimmed with lace land ribbon. The maid of honor, in mint green, and the bridesmaids, in yellow, had matching floral headpiece:! to hold their veiling. Kuril curried nosegays of yellow roscK mid mini green carnations. Miss Ryan, given in marriage by her brother, Tom Kynn, f '.Tn green Larry M: ii- Hanson of Monmouth. Broti-i . , „ , . , - Roxana High organza empire gown fashioned ,./. ,." ;•' ,. rs 0 r ih,. bride Mich-iel trolled Skirt. Lace edged the>School, is employed by Home; with an A-line skirt, stand-up 1 cck ' b " dL '- s " iati '°"' )n and Patrick l! cathedral mantilla veiling, Juice Co. of Woodriver. i collar and long full sleeves (Continued on Page U) Monmouth, were - .selected an empire idyled gown b,.arer. 'l^mmy 'liensleTof Be-| o1 Abingdon, cousin of the bride- ()| ,„.,,,. „„„,„„, wi „, Ul , rlU . mem, cousin of the bride. ! groom and ringlgarei. Uuk y ),,,, ,,„,. )()IUI( , ( , , h , Attendants iBodenhamer of St. Auguslim . r) |er|. „l Hie K ovvn with Miss l'atiicii Pearson Mo:i A . ltc " ( *f, ,lsl . . Jl" wide llouineil MISS lauiu,. » eJifcon, ™<>a Mj yickie Sublett, maid oi 1 KvaiiS| moulli, mad of h.nar, ^ iS |) 10 ,| 0 j. ( cousin of the bride, Miss groomsmen. 1 (Continued on Page '•)) iJnda Ryan, sister oi the bride, f<Kiil, funning II rbiipcl, inn,i jj ( .,j. iy i r jj„ ll'onWmifil mi I'ago 0)

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