Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 8
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I t . SaiesbupQ Reglater*Maj,l, Galesburg, 111, i The Social Side ... Monday;June 18,[973 f: » i I f » » > ! 1} 1 1 » t i j < !• * i i ! 51 l.. » i I i < » < • June Wedding Bells Ring for Couples ;| '-r ill!!! 1 •illtl "III 11 1,1' ISIIiiIllilll'i 'Llllli'ii:' Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Luvall (Miss Deborah Anderson) Miss Deborah Anderson ... ' As music filled the sanctuary of Trinity Lutheran Church guests for the wedding of Miss Deborah Sue Anderson and Jeffrey Carl Luvall were seated by David Stinson, Scott McIlravy of Belleville, the bridegroom's cousin, and John Anderson, brother of the bride, who also served as acolyte. Rev. Constant R. Johnson read the double ring ceremony for the bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin E. Anderson, 220 N. Pleasant Ave., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Verne C. Luvall of near Galesburg, Saturday at 7:30 p.m. Best man was Rick Pittington, and serving as groomsmen were Steven Anderson, the bride's brother, and Dan Parke. Soloist was Mrs. Lillian Tucker of Springfield,. Mo., the bridegroom's aunt, who was accompanied by Mrs. Harold Moore, organist. Attendants Preceding the bride, who walked with her father, were Mrs. Jeffery Erickson of Wataga, matron of honor, Miss Anna Griffith and Miss Michelle Luvall, the bridegroom's sister. White satin ribbon accented the attendants' light blue flocked empire styled dotted Swiss dresses. White picture hats completed their attire. Each carried white wicker baskets with daisies and miniature carnations. Given in marriage by her parents, Miss Anderson carried a bouffant colonial, bouquet of white gardenias, white Sweetheart roses with blue (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Hagge (Miss Sharon Wurl) Miss Sharon Wurl . . . Miss Sharon Louise Wurl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Edward Wurl, San Jose, Calif., became the bride of Stephen Joseph Hagge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hagge, 997 Dayton Dr., Saturday at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Rev. J. E. Lohan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1 p.m. As Miss Martha Hanlon played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Michael Somers, Chatsworth, and Bob Gray, Kankakee. ' Preceding the bride were Miss Jean Sovanski, maid of honor, Washington; Mrs. Jo Anne Miller and Miss Nancy Hagge, the bridegroom's sisters. They were in bright pink gowns, white hats, and each carried a long-stemmed white rose with white ribbon trim. Carries Roses Miss Wurl, given in marriage by her brother, Daniel Wurl, selected a white cotton lace gown with pink ribbon entwined with the lining. Satin buttons accented the bodice and cuffs of the high-necked, long puffed-sleeved dress. Her hemline veil trimmed in lace was caught to a lace head band. She carried two long- stemmed red roses with white ribbon. William Hoelting, Carlinville, was best man. Groomsmen were Jim Hagge, the bridegroom's brother, and Don Adair. After the - ceremony, a reception was he^d in the home of the bridegroom's parents. Miss Janet .McCIallen from (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Alan Seagren (Miss Patricia McCuliough) Miss Patricia McCuliough ... After a wedding trip to the Bahama Islands, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Seagren, who were married Saturday will reside at 7428 W. Washington St., Apt. 601, Forest Park. Miss Patricia Ann McCuliough, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald D. MoCulilough, 1325 Spruce Ave., and Mr. Seagren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seagren, 301 S. 22nd St., BeMwood, exchanged wedding vows at the First Lutheran Church in Galesburg. Rev. Ordell W. Peterson read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. Miss McCuliough carried a cascade bouqueib of white roses centered with white hybrid orchid, accented with. Purple Seafoam Statice. Pearied peau d'-ange lace formed the illusion bodice and. high sculptured Victorian collar of 'the white silkened organza gown fashioned with long, full sleeves, appliqued with lace, caught to cuffs of the sculptured pearled peau Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Courtright (Miss Carol Barnes) Miss Carol Barnes . . . Altona Immanuel Lutheran Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Carol Lynn Barnes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Barnes, 1355 Moshier Ave., and Daniel Brent Courtright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Courtright of Oneida on Saturday. Vows were pledged d'ange lace. Lace appliques were scattered on the A-line silhouette skirt and formed a sculptured hemline. Her matching chapel length man- itilla outlined and appliqued in lace, was caught to an organza Camelot hat. Mrs. Don Heller, Canton, matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. David Rybski, Frankfort; Mrs. Nick Jobe, Galesburg; Miss Lois Menke and Miss Lori McCuliough, Galesburg, junior 'bridesmaids. In gowns of either orchid, Nile green, maize, apricot or blue, each wore picture hats with matching ribbon streamers. They carried hur- (Continued on Page 9) •at 2 p.m. as Rev. Milton Englehardt read the double ring ceremony for the coupJe. Best man was Keith Brown of Oneida. Serving as groomsmen were Keith Fell of Oneida and Joe Pecharich of Rio. During the organ prelude by Mrs. Hugh McMaster, guests were seated by Bruce Courtright of Oneida and Billy Barnes of Galesburg. Soloist was Mrs. Ben Myers of Oneida. Attendants White daisies with yellow streamers were carried by the attendants in mint green dotted Swiss dresses. Each bad a wide brimmed hab with matching mint green ribbon. Maid of honor was Miss Barbara Robertson of Galesburg; and bridesmaids were Miss Debbie Barnes, Galesburg, and Miss Joan Countright of Oneida, sisters of the couple. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Barnes selected a white nylon organza gown over taffeta with white lace daisy trim. Styled with an empire bodice, the gown had a full skirt, farming a graceful train. Veiling was caught to a Camelot style cap accented with seed pearls. Miss Barnes carried a cascade of yellow and white daisies. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at ia reception which followed at the church padsh hall Miss Cheryl Meyers was at •the guest book, and Mrs. Robert Harness and Mrs. John Dugan at tfie gift table. Honors were given Mrs. (Continued on Page 9) liiiSll M,:".iy mmw illllillil Mr. and Mrs. Stephan McKelvie (Miss Joy Brown) Miss Joy Brown , . , After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Stephan McKelvie, who were married Sunday, will reside at Lake Warren, Monmouth. Miss Joy Louise Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene C. Brown, North Henderson, and Mr. McKelvie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. McKelvie, Alexis, exchanged wedding vows at the North Henderson United Methodist Church. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 2 :30 p.m. by Rev. Kenneth Knudsen, North Henderson Zion Lutheran Church. Music was by Mrs. Everett Winkler, Alexis, organist, who accompanied George Johnson Jr., Alexis, soloist, the bridegroom's uncle and godfather. Miss Brown was in an empire organza gown, worn with a matching double-layered mantilla train veil, bordered in scalloped Chantilly lace. TJ» mantilla was caught to a face framing demi-Camelot headpiece, appliqued in matching lace. Bands of lace, with irideseants trimmed the bodice and the A-line styled gown with a circular skirt, which formed a circular chapel length train with lace trim. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses, miniature white carnations and stephanotis. Miss Brown wore a pendant necklace which belonged to the bridegroom's grandmother, and carried her mother's handkerchief which she carried at her own wedding. Attendants Mrs. Warren Hatch, Vic- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards Jr. (Miss Rhonda Swenson) Miss Rhonda Swenson . , . Miss Rhonda Swenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Swenson, 422 N. B St., Monmouth, and Richard Edwards Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Edwards, Little York, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the First Lutheran Church in Monmouth. " ' Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gilbert (Miss Sherry Sargeant) Miss Sherry Sargeant . . . The Abingdon United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Sherry Lee Sargeant, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Welch, 414 S. Lafayette St., Macomb, and Thomas W. Gilbert, son of William T. Gilbert, Abingdon, and Mrs. K. W. """ (Continued on Page 9) Rev. Gerald Youngquist read the single ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. Miss Swenson selected an organza gown and double- layered Mantilla cathedral- length train veils, bordered in snowflake Venice lace which also trimmed her gown. The veils and shorter blusher were caught to a face-framing Mantilla headdress, edged in a double row of Venice lace and accented by pearl - centered iace. The gown was fashioned with a raised bodice, a cummerbund encircling the waist, stand-up collar and A-line skirt ending in a flounce ruffle that formed a brush train at the bottom of the circular skirt. Tiny flower buds were embroidered on the organza and lace and satin bows trimmed the skirt arid collar. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses, white pompons, and blue statice. Attendants Miss Cathy Peterson, Little York, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Cindy Welch, Little York; Mrs. Kerry Smith, Monmouth; and Miss Karen Edwards, Peoria. Miss Suanne Swenson, Monmouth, was junior bridesmaid. Jim Missavage, Kirkwood, was best man. Groomsmen were Ed i>ce and Leroy Edi Continued on Page 'J; Stromberger, Dyer, Ind. Vows were exchanged at 2 p.m. as Rev. Frank Dcninger read the oV>uble ring ceremony for the couple. Miss Sargeant selected a natural waisted gown of white scalloped Chantilace. The bouffant skirt swept to a chapel train at back, and the hem and cuffs were accented by sequined Chantilace ruffles. A white satin ribbon encircled the waistline. Her elbow length silk illusion veiling was caught I) a lace Camelot cap. She carried a lace covered Bible accented with white ribbons and blue and white streamers. Attendants Mrs. Phil Thompson, Bushnell, was matron of honor. Miss Lynn Kelso, Abingdon and Miss Nancy DeJaynes, the bride's sister, Macomb, were bridesmaids. David Shultz was best man. Mike Jennings and Mike Legate, both of Abingdon, were groomsmen. Ushers were Jake Gilbert, Abingdon, and Everette Van Duyn, Kewanee. A reception was held at the church, following the ceremony. The newly weds will reside in Petersburg. Mrs. Gilbert is a graduate of York wood High School. Her husband, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended Carl Sandburg College. HJ is employiid by the Home Juice Co., Petersburg. Mr. and Mrs. Obie Royer (Miss Mario Castlebury) Miss Marie Castlebury . . . Miss Marie E. Castlebury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Billy K. Castlebury, Good Hope, became the bride of Obie P. Royer, son of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Royer, Littleton, Sunday at the Good Hope Methodist Church. Rev'. Arthur Furguson read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. As Mrs. Kenneth Moore, Good Hope, played the organ prelude, guests were seated by David Castlebury, the bride's brother, Good Hope, and Roger of yellow roses, stephanotis and gypsophila. Attendants Mrs. Lynn Welsh, Ranloul, was matron of honor and Mrs. Dave Crear, Sycamore, ' - ~ > H <<^» »w^vi Featherline, the bridegroom's bndesmatron. They were In brother, Littleton. yellow organza dresses and Miss Castlebury selected a carrksd white hats with y° llow v •, i „ . . , aj id white daisies, gypsophila, bridal gown of sheerganza and „ ,,, ' ' , .. , , , ,. . aj1 d yellow ties. They had one reembroadered lace fashioned n J . • , eta sleeves, empire A -line silhouette and attached semi- cathedral train. Her waist length illusion veiling was caught to a Camelot headpiece Duane Easley was best man, and Mike Royer, groomsman. At the reception at the church following the cere- trimmed with small seed nm y> Ml «s Mary Ami Ulan- pearls. She carried a bouquet (Continued on Page 9)

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