Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 18, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, June 18, 1973
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Miss Cimflace Roquet . , , Miss Candnce Mario Hoquet, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Itoquet of New Windsor, became the bride of William Curtis Wilson, son of Mr. tod Mrs. Anson Wilson of Viola, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at Uie United Presbyterian Church, New Windsor, a.t 4:30 p.m. as Rev. Douglas Mankell, assisted by Rev. Dennis Scott, read the double ring ceremony for tlhe couple. Best man for the bridogroomi was his faithcr. Guests wore sealed by Ran- dcll Fniel of Moline and Dan/ Mack of St. Louis, Mo., during the organ prelude by Miss Lori Llndgreji. Groomsmen included Richard Wilson, brother of the bridegroom, Thorn a s Gilliland of Monmouth and William Scbacch- ter of Viola. Miss Roquet, given in marriage by her father, selected a white sata peau gown, styled wllih a bodice, having) lace trim. Clusters of Venice flowers decorated the full skirt, with a flounced hemline, forming ia chapel train. Veiling was caught to a Cam- eiot headpiece of lace and ribbons. Miss Roquet carried a bouquet of white sbepha- notis, Peppermint carnations and ivy in a cascade arrangement. Attendants Miss Trudy Roquet, sister of the bride, maid of honor, Miss Deborah Forsieth, cousin of the bride, Mrs. T>bm GiUi- land and Miss Luan Wilson, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaids, were in dresses of red cotton, with white blush dots, trimmed with lace. Each had white picture hats and carried nosegays of Peppermint carnations and ivy. Flower girl was Jennifer Wilson of Viola and ringbear- er, John R. Brooks of Springfield. Acolytes were Craig Brooks of Moline and Robbie Mead of Davenport, Iowa, cousins of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Mario For- setih, unole and aunt of the. bride, served as hosts for .the, reception which followed in the Christian Education building. ,Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Robert Lovely of Oafe Ridge, Tenn., Mrs. Roger Johnson of Kewanee and Miss Marcie Medd of Davenport, Iowa, all cousins of the bride. Honors were accorded Mrs. Robert Brooks, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Richard Herzfeldt, Mrs. Robert Medd, aunt of the bride, Mrs. William Brooks, aunt of the bride, and 1 Mrs. Charles Thompson, aunt of the bridegroom. After a wedding trip, the Mr. and Mrs. William Wilson (Miss Candice Roquet) couple will reside at 1215 24th Street Place, Moline. A graduate of Winota High School, Vfola, and Moline Public Hospital School of Radiologic Technology, Mrs. Wilson is a registered radio­ logical "technologist at Moline Orthopedic Associates, Moline. Her husband, a graduate ofi Winola High School, who attended UlirM'is State University, was graduated from St. Ambrose College, Davenport, Iowa. Miss Swenson- Miss McCullough (Continued From Page 8) (Continued From Page 8) wards, both of Monmouth, and Karl Kenney, Alexis. Randy Swenson, Erick Swenson, both of Monmouth, and Mike Edwards, Little York, were ushers. A reception : was held at the church following the ceremony. ../ After a wedding trip and June 20, the newly weds will reside near Little York. , Mrs. Edwards is a graduate ol Yorkwood High School,- attended Carl Sandburg College and is a graduate of Midstate College, Peoria. She is employed by Giant Food Store, Monmouth. Her husband, a graduate of Yorkwood High School, farms near Little York. • LET'S GO • On Sat., June 23rd to St. Louis, Missouri —4o visit the 8 Flags over Mid-America. Bus leaves Galesburg at 5 A.M. Reservation clue date wed,, June 20th. Phone 342-4856 or 342-0715. Air conditioned bus. Miss Barnes(Continued From Page 8) Wally Warlin of Chicago, Mrs. Larry Artist of Crystal Lake, Miss Bonnie Barnes of Chicago and Miss Carma Schrodt of Whitesboro. The couple will reside near Oneida. Mrs. Courtright was graduated from Galesburg High School, and her husband from ROVA High School. He's attending Black Hawk East College, Kewanee, and is employed at Butter Manufacturing Co. When You Know It's For Keeps LAGUNA "It's Nyman's For Diamonds" ROYALTY ««•"' HtliliTEKtll DIAMOND HINGS ricane candle with • feathered carnations and daisies to match their dress. Richard Lees, Des Plaines, was best man. Jim Preuter, Broadview; Tim King, Bar- .rington Hills; Jeff McCullough, Galesburg, were groomsmen. Steven Otto, Long Beach, Calif., was junior groomsman. Ushers were Gary Seagren, Bellwood; Rick Olson, Normal, and Don Heller, Canton. Mike Jackson, Galesburg, was ringbearer. •• Miss Alberta Carrone, Melrose Park, was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. C. E. Van Norman, organist. A reception at the Sheraton Inn after the ceremony was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Larry Johnson. Serving honors were given Mrs. George i Rosine, Miss Rachel Resci- nito, boiih of Galesburg, and! Mrs. Gary Seagrsn, Bellwood. Mrs. Doug Bair, Cameron, asked guests to sign the bride's book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Gay Rosine and Miss Susan Anderson, Galpsburg. Miss Cookie Rosine, Galesburg, and Miss Kathy Otto, Long Beach, Calif., gave guests the rice packets. Mrs. Seagren, a graduate of Illinois State University, is employed at Arthur Anderson & Co., Chicago. Her husband, a graduate of Indiana Institute of Technology, where he was affiliated with Sigma Phi Eipsiilon fraternity, is employed as an electrical engineer for Commonwealth Edison, Chicago. | Miss |Sandra \ Ward . • . Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Sandra Ward, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ward of near Geneseo, and Mark Yonlz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Yontz of near Armington, on Saturday at St. Malachy's Catholic Church, Geneseo. The double ring ceremony was read at 5:30 p.m. by Rev. ' George Herbach. Best man was Barry Yontz of Armington. Serving as groomsmen were Chuck Cunningham of Bloominglon, Ronald Sebby, Naperville, Larry Ward and Robert Ward, both of Geneseo. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception and dance which followed at the Moose Hall in Geneseo. Attendants Mrs. David Peck of Galesburg was matron of honor; • Miss Susie Plumb of Bettendorf, Miss Mary Linda Stephenson of Elmhurst, Miss Jeannie Walker of Bloomington and Miss Cindy Yontz of Armington, bridesmaids. Pearl embroidered Alencon lace formed the illusion bodice and Victorian collar of the bride's white taffeta faille gown fashioned with a modified Empire bodice and long ruffle, which swept into a full with a back bow, banded the waist of the gored A line skirt, having a hemline self ruffle, which swept into a full chapel train. Tulle misted about a picture hat of sheer braid ornamented with roses fashioned with silk and satin. Miss Ward, given in marriage by her father, carried a colonial bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses and lily-of-the-valley with accents of gypsophila and nink streamers. After a wedding trip to Kentucky Lake, the couple will reside at Normal. A graduate of Illinois Wesley an University, where she was a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, Mrs. Yontz taught second grade at Altona. Her husband, a graduate of Illinois Wesleyan University, is attending Loyola Dental School, Maywood. For the summer he'll be employed by R. A. Culliman Construction Co., Tremont. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, 111. Monday, June 18, 1973 9 SCISSORS & KNIVES | SHARPENED SWANSON'S Lock & Key Shop (Hick Cannon, Proprietor) 342.5012—712 E. Main Miss Anderson- (Continued From Page 8) stephanotis and gypsophila as the complement to her gown of white organza trimmed with lace. Venice lace appliques formed the bib effect bodice, high collar and cuffs of the gown fashioned with full double sheer sleeves caught to cuffs with a deep ruffle trim. The full skirt, banded above the hemline with lace, featured a softly gathered back, Which formed a chapel train. Double tier illusion veiling, edged with lace, was caught to a Camelot hat of lace. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church, where Miss Becky Miller, the bridegroom's cousin, was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Patty Ostrander, Miss Linda Mclurg, and Mrs. Michael Dumse assisted by Miss Becky Miller and Miss Corie Miller. Honors were accorded Mrs. Wilfred Layton Jr. of Altona, Mrs. Monty Bolduc of Woodhull, Miss Donna McKillip, and Mrs, Steven Harden. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 511 West College, Carbondale. A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mrs. Luval.1, who was employed as a secretary at Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association, will be employed at the First National Bank in Carbondale, A graduate of Galesburg High School, Mr. Luvall wil,l be a junior at Southern Illinois University, Carbondale. N Y M A t\l EST.' I 8 (> I Jl WLl 1 MS W, hen somebody needs somebody I air body that l», discover It with our reg. $20.00 organicurl Protein Perm! BEAUTY SALON 208 HIU ARCADE Phone 342*3015 f Enriched with Ocyunlc Protein for a long-lusting Shampoo, Sti lncludtdl Dee Taylor formerly of Chantilly Blue. is with us. ] Mrs. Mark Yontz (Miss Sandra Ward) Miss Brown- (Continued From Page 8) toria, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Judi Erown, Miss Jolene Brown, both sisters of the bride, North Henderson, and Miss Sandy Richardson, Alexis. They wore lavender organza gowns and picture hats in deeper shades of lavender. Each carried three long-stemmed yellow roses with yellow and lavender streamers. Mark McKelvie, Champaign, was best man for his brother. Alan Martin, Matt McKelvie, the bridegroom's brother, and Terry Butcher, all of Alexis, were groomsmen. Ushers were Jeff Brown, the bride's brother; Jack Johnson, the bridegroom's cousin; Tom Johnson, the bridegroom's cousin, all of North Henderson, and Jeff Morris, Alexis. Melissa Johnson, North Henderson, was flower girl. Jason Brown, the bride's brother, North Henderson, was ringbearer. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Swanson, Peoria, was the host couple. Serving honors were given Mrs. Richard Johnson, the bridegroom's aunt; Mrs. George Johnson Jr., the bridegroom's aunt and godmother; Mrs. Jim Tucker, all from North Henderson; Mrs. Ed Dublo, Alexis; Mrs. Robert Spence, Little York, and Mrs. Verlyn Brown, Cameron, all aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Walt Dublo, Alexis. Guests were registered by Mrs. Mark McKelvie, Champaign. Gifts were displayed by Steph Allgeyer, Penny Rowland, Miss Brenda Fox, Mel Kehr and Gail Jensen. Rice packets were given to the guests by Vicki Johnson, Julie Jchnson, Polly Johnson, Amy McCreigh, Annie McCreigh, all cousins of the bridegroom, and Deanne Brown, the bride's cousin, and Kittle Tucker. Mrs. McKelvie is a graduate of Alexis High School. Her husband, a graduate of Alexis High School, is a student in architecture at the University of Illinois, Champaign, where the newlyweds will reside in the fall. Miss Wurl- (Continued From Page 8) Eureka, asked the guests to sign the bride's book. Serving honors were given Miss Ruth Ann Leahy, Miss Peggy Noonan, Miss Donna Russell, and Miss Micky McAtee, who also displayed the gifts. The newlyweds will reside at 1014 E. Division St., Apt. F, Lombard. Mrs. Hagge is a graduate of Lisle High School and Illinois State University in Normal, She has a degree in special education for the visually handicapped. Her husband, a graduate of Costa High School is a graduate of ISU with a degree in accounting. He will work for Arthur Anderson Co., Chicago. Miss Castlebury- _ » (Continued From Page 8) sett, Sciota, asked guests to sign the bride's book. Serving honors were given Miss Pat Baker, Sciota, Miss Susan Heath, Good Hope, and Mrs. Kenneth Stevens, Good Hope. Gifts were displayed by Mrs. Gajy Castlebury, Mrs. Ralph Bell, Macomb, Miss Ginger Featherlihe, Littleton, and Miss Demise Stevens, Good Hope. The newlyweds will reside in Industry. NEWCOMER CLUB The Newcomer Club afternoon bridge will meet Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. at the Home Savings and Loan. There will be a small charge. For reservations call Mrs. Don Levin or Mrs. LaClarc Sloan. JAY-C-ETTES Jay-C-Ettes will meet Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at Harbor Lights Supper Club for a dinner meeting and installation of officers. Calendar SOCIAL SERVICE CLUB The annual picnic supper meeting of the Knox County Social Service Club will be at the Knox County Day Nursery Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. JOHCLUB The JOH Club will meet Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Jennie Hoxworth, 1497 Grand Ave. MOTHERS, FRIENDS OF THE RETARDED CLUB The Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club will convene Thursday at Club 19 at 7 p.m. for a Dutch Treat dinner and short business meeting. Reservations are to be made by Wednesday with Mrs. John Erickson. VESTA, REBEKAH LODGE Vesta, Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the Odd Fellows Hall. There will be a memorial service for alj branches of the order and the past noble grands will be entertained. NEWCOMERS BOARD Newcomers Board meeting will be Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Terry Stephens, 1047 Woodbine Circle. CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is Wood Collages by Phyllis Stringer of Rockford. The hours are 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The hostesses are Miss Dorothea Richardson, Mrs. J. H. Gorman, Mrs. Blake Neeley and Mrs. J. F. Harvey. Set the Pace More and more women are finding that jogging and run. ning do wonders for their complexion, circulation and disposition. Anyone v/ith serious health problems should tread lightly, of course, but a little wholesome perspiration never hurt anyone and if nothing else, running is a good way to let off steam. SpurkcttmHold Annual Picnic, Honor President Mrs. Roger Horton, outgoing president of the SparlMsttea Auxiliary to Firefighters, was honored Saturday evening with a "This Is Your Life" presentation at the annual Sparkalles picnic at Lake Storey in the Lions Shelter. John Stout was narrator of the program which was presented by members of the Sparkeiites and firefighters. Mrs. Ted Hoffman received a trophy for selling the most Sparkette cookbooks. Mrs. Omer Martinson was chairman of the affair, which was the last, meeting until fall. Bear Fact NEW YORK (UP!) - When visiting or camping in bearland, den't feed or irritate the animals. Bears, provoked, kill humans. Bang pots and pans together to scare bears away if they pad into your camping area. Keep them away also by disposing of garbage according to park rules. The rules aim to keep remnants of your meal from attracting the bears. Sack Shirt Looking for something out of the ordinary? See if you can find an empty flour sack, pre- find an empty flour sack, preferably one with some colorful printing, and make a shirt out of it. Perfect for washing the car, going bowling or wearing to the beach. If the children are going barefoot at playtime in the yard, make sure the grass doesn't hide things that might hurt their feet: sharp objects, pieces of glass, rusty.nails. Wolf sies Inc. Golesburg's Only Authorized WHITE & ELNA SEWING MACHINE Dealer for SALES & SERVICE Nowyrju can finish your decorating in the same place you started. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 303/342-5U4 Ailor Six. Lord Weal, Palm Beach Register tor fret honeymoon to has Vegas 10 West Main St.. Galesburg LOOK UNDER THE BIG RED & WHITE AWNING WEDNESDAY NIGHT "Ladies Day' 1 Cleaning Special Every Tuesday 30 % OFF on All Ladies Cleaning ; Received In Either; of Our :;Twb ;'Stpw$. : pii Tuesday. >•'•>.•' No Free Pick-up and Delivery Suedes & Furs Excluded J LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS 332 E. FERRIS rr- 1472 N. HENDERSON Introducing; 'Hie Ethan Allen Home Rishion Centefc That's right, no more running from store to store trying to match wallpaper ond paint and carpet and rugs and fabrics—we've got all of them in one place. Right in the heart of your Ethan Allen Gallery. Now you can mix and match colors and patterns and textures until you find exactly the combination you really like. And our expert staff of home planners is always there to help you put together the rooms you've always wanted. The Ethan Allen Home Fashion Center. It's such a good idea you'll wonder why no one ever thought of it before. CARRIAGE HOUSE 248 E. SIMMONS ST. Across From New City Marking IM

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