Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 20, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 20, 1973
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1 Wednesday, J upe SO,1973 jnis Th W Mm Judy Malecki t t • Mi , o Mr. and Mrs. Gene Barbara •A.'-Mifecicl, LaGrange, and'AIan°M. Booton, son of Mf. and Mrs:'Harold Booton» 484 Maple Ave., exchanged wedding Sotelo . . . promises April 21 at the First Presbyterian Church Grange, Rev, Kenneth McCul- Wedding vows were ex t t H leikraad the double ring ceremony-for the couple at 4:30 Wallfich, the 'p.m.'" Mil Wayne T. GMste Poiiite, Mich., brfttc's cousin, was matron of honon* Mrs. James Malecki, Tinley £ark, the bride's sister- 'In -iav*, and Mrs. John Pal- fticrjvLaGrange, were brides- .maids. Gary B. Swenson, Rockford, wd&tjest man, and James Ma* leck^'Tinley Park, the bride's brother, and John Palmer, La- Gratige, were groomsmen. Ushers were John Malecki, : Lisle;-the bride's brother, and Hobc»t Evans, Galesburg, the bridegroom's cousin. Carries Roses Malecki selected for Ibis's " her wedding a * ivory,,, A-line silhouette gown of ^ ;, ; French re-embroidered Alencon lace, English net, and , accents of peau d'soie, fashioned "with a scooped neckline. -Seed.pearls and Alencon lace appliques accented the bodice and sleeves, and lace appli­ ques formed scallops around the edge of the skirt and detachable peau d'soie train. Her three tier veiling with flower appliques was caught to a matching Alencon lace and pearls headpiece. The bride carried a bouquet of gypsophila, yellow and white roses and stephanotis. A reception was held for the couple at the Midwest Country Club, Oakbrook, after the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside in Brookfield after a wedding trip to Acapulco, Mexico. Mrs. Booton attended Kendall College, Evanston, and Western Illinois University, candlelight She works for Prudential Property and Casualty Insurance Co., Oakbrook. Her husband, a graduate of Western Illinois University, teaches in the jiin ior high school at Evergreen Park. . nil /iUU< Yesterday Cotillion Club Continued 'MBweoffee ^togrs :ai be n •* - Spojjitive wi cJ require a lot of money, Ha special display room or a &nendous amount of time, collection has brought w ._. many happy hours and ^brought the outside world to Jft'Hnteresting and fine col- CZlcction can be assembled on ^almost any subject. To make rrat an outstanding collection, ^personalize it with your own individuality. , V *J |.U ijLazy Living to Music Of The Mission Cotillion Club members danced Saturday evening at the Moose Lodge to the music of The Mission. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Box Eaves, Mr. and Mrs. John McDermet, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Naslund, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kan, Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMillan, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnson, Mr, and Mrs. Larry Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fell, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Combs, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Olson. The evening's prizes were won by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Young, Mr. and Mrs. Marv Klushman, Mr. and Mrs. Rod Morgan, Mr; and Mrs. Mike Sullivan and Mr. School's out - lazy living is and Mrs. Dick Mast. :;;"in." Mealtimes are more relaxed, and ready prepared foods •jarc preferred to those.that sim- : .rner all day over a hot stove. Home economists remind us Cthat cpld cuts and skinless pranks- are table ready when •-we IBiy them and provide de- £3ici{)us eating for a small price ;$er; serving. Leisure Is Program Topic Ruger Pontifex gave a talk entitled "Effective Leisure" * r Kleep plans ot your house in a "yliaridy place. They tell where -switches, drains, circuits and i$jpfs are located. They give .^dimensions. They are helpful to jjanjfone doing repairs. at the Senior Citizens meeting Monday evening at the YMCA. Mr. Pontifex, city park superintendent, discussed the meaning of leisure and how people can find a constructive use of it. His talk preceded a potluck supper. changed by Miss Barbara Jean Sotelo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Sotelo of Alpha, and Roger Engstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Engstrom of Alpha, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at 2 p.m. at St. John's Catholic Church, Woodhull, where Rev. Richard Bresnahan read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was his brother Rodney Engstrom of Seneca. Groomsmen were Michael CoweU of Waterloo, Iowa, Steve Nelson of Woodhull, Don Henrikson and Greg Anderson, both of Alpha. Guests were seated by Jim Bainbridge of Woodhull, Dave McKee of Alpha, Jerry Thayer of Woodhull and Scott Herndon also of Woodhull. Flower girls were Rachel Sotelo of Alpha and Angelina Hirachitia of Rock Island, while ringbearers were Tony Cowell of Waterloo, Iowa, and Mark Peterson of Oneida. Attendants Mrs. Jim Bainbridge, sister of the bride, matron of honor, Woodhull, Miss Darla Engstrom, Alpha, Mrs. Michael Cowety of Waterloo, Iowa, Miss Teresa Wallin and Miss JoAnn Sotelo, both of Alpha, were in identically styled gowns of imported Georgette chiffon trimmed with variegated colors of orchid, apricot, green, maize and pink floral embroidery. The honor attendant was in ivory, and the bridesmaids in avocado and maize. Each carried wicker basket arrangements of Nile carnations, pink, yellow daisies, gypsophila and springeri greens. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Sotelo carried a double cascade of yellow roses centered with three white orchids and white Marguerite daisies as the complement to her ivory CameJiot gown designed with formal patterns of ivory Venice re-embroidered lace on the raised bodice, on the shoulders of the sleeves and on the cuffs. Twin-layered polyanza skirt was gathered to the bodice with a self-fabric cording. A large bow marked the detachable chapel length train at the empire'line. Ap- pliqued re-embroidered floral lace appliques decorated her ivory bridal picture hat accented by a large ivory illu- • i ' L I 1 *(l t ill ii 1 'll I i I .li I < lit i ' ill'.' I .'it(. t;.i • i •K't' vf \l lit' J JVe've never offered tables so beautiful. at prices like these! rich walnut finish tables all with care-free i •• 1 l1 f FORMICX TOPS! k F *7f P] SI r- * 1 'in r i HEXAGONAL COMMODE A dramatic touch to accent your room with dimensional 'block design and convenient storage space inside the handsome doors. Truly a buy! in V - t 1^ V s - * t COCKTAIL TABLE A 60" long, lovely beauty to dress up your room. Shelf space below — storage space inside the doors! Don't mis's this byy! $49.95 SQUARE COMMODE A large, elegant pieca for your favorite lamp or whatever you choose. Amazingly rich styling for this affordable pricel $39.95 if yowr Bum IWHG FURHIWR! STORI Knoxville The Friendly Town h h t I 4-4** I Miss • Lttait Swatison... Wataea scene Mr. and Mrs. Eager Engstrom (Miss Barbara Sotelo) sion bQw and streamers with a cathedral length ivory illusion veil. souri, the couple will reside at Woodhull. + n Both were graduated from Guests offered felicitations AlWobd Senior'High School, to the couple at a reception at the church. Woodhull. Mr. Engstrom, who attended Black Hawk East After a wedding trip to Mis- College, Kewanec, is farming. wedding for Miss Luan L. Swansea, daughter ot Mrs. Louise Swansort of Wabaga ahd the late Lowell Swatted!*, and Ronald D. Lovctt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lovctt, 136 N. Henderson St., on Sunday. Wedding vows were pledged at 3 p.m. as Rev. G. A. Ellccy read Uie double ring ceremony for the couple. Beat man was Domald Lovett, and , serving as groomsmen were Kevin Rkiss, Les Littlefield and Mike Lttfclefield. Guests were Seated by Roger Nelson and Dave Adams during the organ prelude by Darrell Olson. Preceding the bride as she walked with her brother, James Swa t nson of Wataga who gave her in marriage along with her mother, were Mrs t James J. Swanson, matron of honor, Miss Dee Smith, Miss Sharon Wynkoop, all of Wataga, and Miss Patty Fields of Rio, bridesmaids, and Karen Lovett, sister of the bride, flower girl. Attendants in sheer green cotton dresses with white flocked flower trim had white pi cture hats, trimmed with matching fabric. Each carried yellow daisy bouquets trimmed with yellow streamers. Bands of organza outlined with Venice lace and lace ap­ pliques over organza formed the bodice and high collar of )! jj'li '.[Hi '.jl|V . MjJl P L P Lovett (Miss Luan Swanson) bride's white organza clot hat, was also edged in the gown fashioned with French pouf sleeves. The A line silhouette skirt was marked at the seiUn midriff with lace. The chapel train, also outlined with lace, was caught to a bsck. bow of organza with streamers. Elbow length illusion veiling, caught to a Cam- lace. Streamers were the trim for the bride's cascade bouquet of yellow roses and white carnations. Honors at the reception in the church parlors were given Mrs. Dale Little, Mrs. James (Continued on Page 15) Way* CfcanHt Irtiift' WED.-THURS.~FRI.-SAT. ONLY w';- /AW T H i * » 1°/ conto UrS ft?** "Won •••V.t •V.i. m mm J * v & mm mm if I 1 •IV i l/i . _ - *W* 'to 'I'I m ti*' m Hi W 1 \ -III • * 4 *L * rp + • / • • 4 • «J *. • i LOW-CUT SNEAKER SOX Jl i 1 6« t * • •vv BRIEFS OR BIKINIS WALTZ GOWNS JR. BOYS' BOXERS 001* Pn. Cotton terry/nylon. 8-1 Save! PM. Acetate bikinis 5-7, briefs 5-8. Trimmed acetate pastels S-XXL Pr», Polyester / cotton shorts. 2-6X. RE-WEB KIT wnLcniifvutfticuAw Multicolor* BEADED COLORING BOOK SALE S«9- i;« to. Jumbo book (or liappy coloring. CHILDREN'S PLASTIC TOYS 20" VINYL BEACH BALL 50* LAWN CHAIR RE-WEB KIT r Glasses Reg. 7.88 Box of 16 Glasses. Puzzles Reg. 88c 1000 Pieces for Lots of Fun. 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