Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 14, 1973 · Page 12
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 12

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, June 14, 1973
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VSL Gafesburg Regisfef-Maif, Gafesbufg, III. Thursday, June 14, 1973 OU 188 Gathy Cochran... In a gown which she had designed, and which her mother Jrafflfashioned, Miss Cathy-Cochran of Kirkwood, walked to the altar of the Kirkwood United lMethodist Church, Saturday evening, to become the bride of Don Daily, also of Kirkwood. Rev. George Terry officiated at the double-ring candlelight service at 7:30 p.m. The bride is jhe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C.'W. Cochran of Kirkwood, and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Floyd Lewis of Gladstone and the late Raymond Daily. ' Guests were seated by Marty Daily of Kirkwood, a brother of the.: bridegroom, and by Bill Dobrola of Addison during an organ prelude by Mrs. Cullen Eryant of Kirkwood. Mrs. Bill Dobrola of Addison, was soloist. Stan Wallace of Chandlerville, acted as best man. Groomsmen wJBrfc Tim Jobst of Ottawa and Lt> John Wetting of Laguna Beach, Calif. Two sisters of the bride served as her attendants along with Miss Dicky Fried of Kingston? Ia. The gowns of Mrs. Hatfdy Johnson of Minneapolis, Minn, and Mrs. Randy Baynes of Edwardsville, and Mrs. Fried were fashioned with shirred pjaid halter bodices, worn with sgHd color skirts and matching pitiiA shawls. Mrs. Johnson was in light blue, Mrs. Baynes in melon and Miss Fried in mint Beeen. Each had a white picture wZ trimmed with ribbon to iffatth her dress, and each car- pie* a basket of colored daisies, gypsophila and stephanotis. Completing the wedding party was a flower girl, Dawna Daily, a niece of the bridegroom and Mike Evans of Burlington, la., a cousin, who carried the rings. Escorted by her father, who also gave her in marriage, the bride presented a white rose to each of the mothers of the bridal couple as she walked to the QW6 w III 1 If Mr. and Mrs. Don Daily (Miss Cathy Cochran) altar. Her bouquet of white Pleasant, Ia. roses was tipped with blue and orange and was combined with Btatice and gypsophila. Her bridal gown was styled with a smocked empire bodice of nylon organdy, over bridal satin with sheer lantern sleeves, and the skirt, trimmed with two rows of pleated organdy and embroidered lace, formed a V- shaped train. A large picture hat with fingertip veil completed her attire. Reception At the reception which followed at Hend-Co-Hills Country Club, honors were given Mrs. Ray Hume, Mrs. Gary Evans of Burlington, Ia., both cousins of the bridegroom; Mrs. Martin Daily, the bridegroom's sister- in-law; Miss Karen Garland of Little York, Miss Sue Kloster of Downers Grove and Miss Diana Miller of Bloomfleld, la. Guests were registered by Miss Sue Middlesworth of Ottumwa, Ia., and Mrs. Pal Meyer of Mt. The gifts were displayed by Miss Nancy Sandberg of Kirkwood, and Mrs. Steve McAdams of Macomb. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will reside in Kirkwood. A graduate of Iowa Wesleyan College at Mt. Pleasant, Ia.,| where she was a member of Zeta Tau Alpha, social sorority, the bride is employed as a summer assistant to the Warren County Extension Service. Her husband, also a graduate of Iowa Wesleyan College, is employed at Gates Rubber Company in Galesburg. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon Volleyball will meet Friday at 7:30 p.m. at the Tom Maranville home, 1115 Moshler Ave. Members are asked to please note the change of place. For reservations or information, members may call Mrs. Maranville. Mr. and'Mrs. Gilbert Leath Jr. (Miss Connie Riggins) Miss Connie Riggins ... Miss Connie Riggins,- daughter of Mrs. Mildred Biggins, and William Riggins, both of Roseville and Gilbert Leath Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Leath, Monmouth, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the Roseville Methodist Church. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 4 p. m. by Rev. Phillip Merriiiit. As Mrs Herman Steele played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Doug Stokes, Monmouth. The bride selected an organza over bouquet taffeta gown, enhanced by scalloped sequined Chantilace on the A - line skirt, cuffs, and detachable full- length train, headed by an organza boiw. Her cathedral-length veil was trimmed in matching lace. She carried a nosegay bouquet of white roses, gypsoph­ ila and orchid and white ribbon, Attendants Mrs. Dennis Rankin was matron of honor for her sister. Mrs. Mike Strunk, the bridegroom's sister, and Miss Tammy Strunk, the bridegroom's niece, were attendants. They were in orchid Georgette chiffon gowns, veils caught to double bows of matching satin, and each carried nosegay bouquets of orchid and white pompons with ribbon streamers. Mike Strunk, Roseville, the This Father's Day give Dad something he won't have to stick his neck out for. Like an Ethan Allen game table. ' Or a beautiful reclining easy chair. Or any one of our desks, barometers or other thoughtful items from our gift shop, In fact, at Ethan Allen you're sure to find something for every Father's taste. Which means this year you won't have to stick your neck out either.' CARRIAGE HOUSE 248 E. SIMMONS ST. Across From New City Parking Lot (Continued on Page^.13) Miss Ann Meloan..« Aftef a weddiflg crlft to Den* .vet, Cote., afld Las Ve^as. Nev., and June 17, M*. and M». Kent Linemtelser, who were married June 9, will f< side a* im Lemon St., High land. Wedding vows were ejtohaivg- ed at the United Methodist Church, BusfateU, at 2:30 p.m, as Rev. James Weiss read the double ring ceremony for the bride, the former Miss Ann E Meloan. daughter of Dr. aw 1 Mrs. Joseph B. Meloan. 363 Gridley St., Bushndl, and the bridegroom, son of Mr, and Mrs. Oletus htnenfelser, 1817 Cypress. Highland. Best man was Ed Kohibreeker of Ceti tra'Ua. During the organ prelude bj Miss Kathy Shanklin of Bushnell, guests were seated by Larry Rindever of Highland and Ken Haller of Pocahontas. Attendant I Mrs. Sheryl Pringte of Highland, matron of honor, was in 1 a pink crepe dress, itrimmed lace. A flowered band trimmed her pink straw hat. Pink embroidered flowers ;rimmed the empire waist, mandarin collar and Juliette sleeves of the bride's ivory crepe wedding gown. Miss Meloan, given in marriage by her [father, carried a nosegay of roses, stephanotis and gypophi- la. Her Juliette styled headpiece held her ivory fingertip veiling. Among those given honors at Mr. and Mrs. Kent Lincnfelser (Miss Ann E. Mcloan) [the reception which followed at the bride's parents' home were Miss Sharon Pierce, Mrs. Terry (Continued on Page 13) FATHERS DAY SAVE Thursday, Friday, Saturday 1 DOUBLE KNIT SPORT COATS t regularly to 50.00 $34.90 Dashing jackets in comfortable, contemporary polyester. Solid spirals, plaids, houndstooth checks, dot checks and seersuckers in the collection. Dressy navy, brown, camel, burgundy, blue, red and green. Regulars 36-46, longs 39-46. SHORT SLEEVED CASUAL SHIRTS 4t«SO regularly 7.00 Choose smart knit pullovers and button front models with tapered bodies or half-zipper tops with collars. Exciting patterns, bold solids come in no-iron polyester and cotton blends. S-M-L-XL. FLARED ACTION KNIT PANTS regularly 14.00 to 17.00 10.90 The "natural" for Dad's active summer! Cool, wear- everywhere double-knit machine washable polyester. Handsomely tailored with new belt loops, bankroll waistband, frontier pocket accents. Lively solids, dynamic geometries, fashion seersucker. Waists 3042, inseams short, medium and long. 3.90 DAD NEEDS A GOOD BELT regularly 6.00 Especially when you can save on these fashionable, eye-catching patents, leathers, suedes. Plus the newest hardware buckles and trims. Wanted widths in white, brown, black, blue and navy. Waist sizes 30-42. MEN'S WALKING SHORTS regularly 6.00 Plaids or plains in machine washable polyester and cotton blends. Sizes 29 to 42. 3.90 SAVE ON NO-IRON UNDERWEAR 3 for 2.90 reg. 3 for 4,00 Stock up on long wearing and comfortable crew neck T'Shirts and sturdy briefs. Excellent knit blend of Dacron® polyester and cotton. White-S-M-L-XL. Open Friday Till 9 Saturday Till 5 PM

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