Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 13, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 13, 1973
Page 9
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&U, CUJ, Sen. of £ wemon The Bethany Baptist Church was the scene Saturday for the wedding of Miss Cathy Marie Wilklns and f>aane Harold Martin. i)f. "George Nulph read the double ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Wilklns, 1039 E. Fifth St., and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin, 4.31 W. Harfoeck Rd., Grants Pass, Ore. Miss Wilklns, given in marriage by her father* was in a lace and satin gown of her own design,' fashioned with long sleeves, empire waistline, and train trimmed with lace roses. Her veil was elbow length, and she carried a whito lacq-coverod Bible trimmed with blue and yellow daisies. Miss Diane Wilson, Khoxvillc, was maid of honor. Mrs. Robert Winsaucr, • Lincoln, Mo., and Miss Carol Wilklns, both, sis- . ters of tho bride, were brides- \ maids. The. honor attendant ' wore a dress with blue bodice and blue and yellow daisies in the skirt. The: brldemaids' dresses had yellow bodices and blue and yellow* -skirts. Each had shoulder length veils and carried bouquets of blue and yellow daisies. Is Best Man Michael Martin, Grants Pass, Ore. was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Robert Winsauer, the bride's brother-in- law and his son, Bob Winsauer, the bride's nephew, from Lincoln,. Mo. Ushers were Mark 'Strand, Joe Baudo, Steve Nulph, all of Galesburg, and Michael Nulph, Oneida. Michael Winsauer, Lincoln, Mo.', the bride's nephew, was ringbearer. Missy Edgington, Ft. Madison, Iowa,- the bride's cousin; was flower girl Galisburg Register-Mail, Galesbufg, IH. Wednesday, J una 13, 1973 9 Mis* Jeanette Walteen .Tared, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jared, Berwick, and William Henry Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson, Roseville, exchanged wedding promises Sunday, at the Berwick Baptist Church. Rev, James Jennings of Abingdon read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. The bride given in marriage by her father, selected an or­ ganza gown fashioned with Bishop sleeves and beribboned Empire silhouette trimmed wM sequirted scalloped Cbantllace. Lace extended the length of tine detachable chaipel train end outlined her long illusion veiling. She carried a cascade bouquet of carnations and daisies. Attendants Miss Connie Hunter, Roseville, was maid of honor. Miss Tracey Janed, fine bride'8 sister, was junior bridesmaid. Frank Hennenfent, Smi*hrtilre, was best man. Todd MeVey, Berwick, (the bride's cousin, was junior groomsman. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Carlson are graduates of Roseville High School. They will reside near Roseville. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Martin (MiSs Cathy Wilklns) organist. A duet was sung by Rev. and Mrs. Bill Coleman of Galesburg. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. Serving honors were given Mrs. Charles Woods, Dahinda; Mrs, Larry Frakes, Galesburg; Mrs, Marguerite Hoambrecker and Mrs. Gail Bowlyow, Lomax, all aunts of the bride. Miss Joyce Bowlyow, the.bride's cousin, Lo- Gordon Weech, Knoxville, was max, was at the guest book PRAIRIE PLAYERS 656 W. LOSEY Presents THREE CHILDRENS SHOWS Snow White & Rose Red June 16-17-23 & 24 The Crossi July 7-8-14 & 15 • Beauty * The Beast July 21-22-28 & 29 TWO SHOWS EACH DAY 1:30 PM — 3?30 PM Season Ticket — $1,50 Individual Ticket- 75c TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: O.T. Johnsons, Lincfstroms, Burglancfe, J.C. Penneys Gifts were displayed by Miss Denise Winsauer and Miss Diane Winsauer, Lincoln, Mo. The couple will reside in Greenville, S.. C, after June 24 and a trip to the southern states.. Mrs. Martin, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attends Bob Jones University, Greenville, S, C. She is employed at the Shriners Hospital in Greenville. Her husband is a graduate of Prairie High School, Alberta, Canada, and Bob Jones University. • Attend Conclave Mrs. Thomas Sepich was welcomed as a collegiate at installation ceremonies Sunday in East Moline of the Women of the Moose. Mrs. Le Roy Plym, former Galesburg resident, was installed as senior regent. Other chapter and Royal Order of Moose members from Gales burg who attended were Miss Viola Roll, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Osborne, and Mr. and Mrs Everett Cederoth : who entertained Mr. and Mrs. Sepich; at dinner in honor of their 21st wedding anniversary. ALTRUSA CLUB The Altrusa Club Thursday at 6:30 pin. at the Holiday Inn. Officers will he installed and annual reports given. Mr. and Mrs. William Carlson (Miss Jeanette Jarcd) MALES' formal wear •in Stock Rentals" PHONE 309 /942-&ri4 : Aflar Six, Lord W «M>, Palm B«*ch Register for Free Honeymoon , to Las Vegas 10 Well Main SJ„ Q«ltibu»g Mothers of Twins Club Hosts Grandmothers of Twins and members of surrounding area clubs, Peoria, Monmouth, Geneseo and the Quint Cities, were guests Monday evening when Galesburg Mothers of Twins Club met at the Community Room of the Home Savings and Loan Association. Marc Franson, who spent several weeks last summer, in Europe as part of a "People to— —:— People" High School Ambassador program, showed slides and narrated.on the countries which he visited, East and West Ger- miany' he contrasted as being different as night and day. In England, castles were the most important type of architecture. The lives of the Scandinavian people revolve around the water, while the Austrian people are great music lovers, he noted. While in Russia the travelers felt very suppressed and when they left there they really knew whiat freedom meant, Mr. Franson commented. In conclusion he. noted that ! 'history , became a living and important thing as .they learned the culture d: each country. It instilled in tenia new appreciation of our own country." Prizes were won by Mrs Myers, Mrs. Harold Weeks, Mrs Clark Mead and Mrs. Linda Cramer. ' '.»'•• Refreshments were served by Mrs. Earl. Anderson, Mrs. Michael DeWitt and Mrs. Fred Fansler. • Mrs. Nancy Tabb, . a prospective-member, of Abingdon, was a guest. TOPS Club Conducts Auction Monday After, official weigh-in and announcements,. IL TOPS 372 held a Make and Bring auction at the Salvation Army Monday evening. Each member made something and brought an item to sell. Among the variety were painted rocks, jewelry, knitwear, pictures and bake goods. Proceeds of the auction wiT be used to send each member to the fall rally in.October al the Holiday Inn Queens ifor the everting were Mrs. Bill Burleson and Mrs Arthur Hrbek. • Wedding Will Be June 23 Miss Janet Lang of 823 Buck ingham Court, Crystal SPARKETTES The Sparkettes annual picnic will be Saturday at 5 p.m. at the Lions Shelter at Lake Storey. Rain date is June 22. Members are to furnish one hot and one cold dish, while the Sparkettes Club will provide the meat and beverages. Mrs. Omer 'Martinson is committee chairman. Court, Crystal Lake, will become the bride of James Broline of 846 Rivercrest Court, Louisville, Ky., on June 23, at 2 p.m. The ceremony will take place at the St. John's Catholic Church, Crystal Lake. Friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and the reception to follow at the Turnberry Country Club. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Lang of Crystal Lake and Mr. and Mrs .; ; C Curtis Broline of Woodhull. • O.T. 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