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RoSevMe United Methodist Churdi was the scene of the wedding fof Miss Leigh Aftne Johnson, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson of Roseville, and Larry W* Hunter, soft of Mr, and Mrs. Willard Hunter of Roseville, on June 10. Rev. Phillip Merrltt of Rose* vllle and Rev.. James Weiss of Bushnell United Methodist Church officiated at double ring wedding ceremony read at 7:30 p.m. Pihil Yeoman of Good Hope was best man. Serving as gr6omsman was Jimmy Hunter of Rosevil(le, brother of the bridegroom, and as ushers, Steve Johnson of Roseville, brother of the bride, and Lonnle Langford of Roseville. Attendants Mrs. James Wagofter bf Rose- viille, matron of hoiMf, Mrs. Randy Mjowen of Roseville, sister of the bride, and Lynette Jdbmtfi, sister of the bride, flower gift!, preceded the bride, escorted by her father, who gave her In marriage. The bnlde carried a white handkerchief* belonging to her greait-grattdmother with her blue and white bouquet of carnations and daisies with White satin ribbon trim. White iace over taffeta was the fabric for her wedding gown, designed with an empire bodice and chapol length train, caught at the shoulders. Finger lengtlh veiling was caught to a seed peart flower headpiece. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church After a wedding trip, the couple reside in Roseville. A graduate of Roseville High School, Mrs. Hunter, who attended Western liinois University, Macomb, is employed at the office of Bowman Shoe Co., Monmouth. A graduate of Rose* vllle High School, Mr. Hunter, who was graduated from Black Hawk East College,- Kewamee, is employed at Abingdon Pot' tery. KIRLINS IVFFK-END SPECIAl ASSORTED HAND-DIPPED COCONUT BON BONS Tender Angel Flake Coconut — hand dipped In pastel fondant. Regular 89c 69 c lb Wedding Invitations 36-Hour Service On ... Ejngraved Invitations Hallmark BRIDAL & SHOWER DECORATIONS BRIDE'S MEMORY ALBUMS Master Charge Welcome .YOUR CONVENIENT HALLMARK STORE 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. DAILY SUNDAYS - NOON TILL 5:30 P.M. 221 E. Main St. — Downtown Galesburg First Methodist Church Scene Of Ceremony Miss Jean Lorraine Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay E. Thomas, rural Cameron, and Michael Gene Hpwerton, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Howerton, Rural Route 2, exchanged wedding vows June 2 at the First United Methodist Church. Rev. Robert White read the double ring ceremony for the ccuple. Attendants were Miss Beth Walker and John Crouch. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the home of her parents. The newlyweds will reside at Kimberly Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Howerton attended Galesburg High School. He is employed by Butler Manufacturing Company. Miss Laura Lock Is Bride Music Pupils Present Recitals Pupils of Mrs. Reese Elliott Wison, Academy of Fine Arts, 444 N. Academy St., presented ibwo meoiltiab Sunday. The istutienfts are Malinda and IDama Hamman; Teresa and Mary Jean Danfortlh; (Rickey OertJh, FaltM, Jodi and Toba Kisfoer; Vickie Anderson, Julie Karketimeder, Mary Gray, John, Jackie and Debbie iBryoe. Ateo, David Hoifmam, Beth and Meg Leinier; Steve, Scott Jlolhti and Joyce Seaibaugih; Andy Lamsion, Victor ami iRailpih Compile; Steffi Brouil- i&jbe, Ztoe Uremia, Barbara BeMke, IMidieJie Oant, Tim Bind KaliJhy Holt; Arin Himoh- Mtfif, Miamgairet Ann Mundy, Mark 'and Eva Podiesziwa; -Rulth Aydt, Mlary Jeian, Me- limdia and Christine Clay.- How to get decorating help without paying for it. In most furniture stores, the salesmen know all there is to know—about selling. \ But when it comes to decorating, what % they know usually can't fill an ashtray. Well, if you're tired of being over-sold and under-informed, visit our Ethan Allen Gallery. Free of charge, there will be a talented decorating expert at your disposal. To-provide as much help as you'd like or as little. Qur decorating experts are an unusua breed.- Instead of talking you into buying something, they'll talk you out of buying it —if they don't think it's right for you. And just so they can properly advise you, they'll often draw up a floor plan of your home with you—room by room. So, if you're looking for a little help and not a lot of pressure—in decorating your home—come visit us. Ethan Allen Galleries "We can help you have the home you want!' , CARRIAGE HOUSE 248 E. SIMMONS ST. Across From New City Parking Lot Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ctallaugher (Miss Barbara Potter) Miss Laura Jean Lock and David Freburg were married in a double ring wedding ceremony read by Rev. Rodney Ruberg of Hermon, at the Presbyterian Church in Prairie City, June 15. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lock, Avon, and Mrs. Verda Freburg of Prairie City and the late Ernest Freburg. Guests were seated by Merle Van Dyke and Kent Lock, brother of the bride lighted the candles at the altar. Mrs. Joyce Van Dyke, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, Amy Lock, also a sister of the bride, was flower girl. The bride who walked to the altar with her father, who gave her in marriage, was in a pastel gown with an A-line skirt with empire waist accented with a pink ribbon, she had a yellow wide brim hat, and. carried a cascade bouquet of pink and yellow roses. Rex Freburg, brother of the groom, was best man. Mark Van Dyke, nephew of the bride was ringbearer. A reception for the couple was held at the church following the ceremony. The bride, a graduate of Avon High School, was graduated from Galesburg Cottage Hos^ pital School of Nursing. Her husband, a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School, attended Spoon River Junior College, Canton. They will reside in Bloomington. 0 Rev. Michael Arms of the St. Augustine Catholic Church read the double ring ceremony at the church June 11, for Miss Barbara Alice Potter and Larry Gal.'iaugher. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Potter of Avon, and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gallaugher of 2630 Cornelia, Waukegan. Preceding the bride down the aisle were her attendants, Mrs. Pat Wall, of Bushnell, sister of the bride, matron of honor; Mrs. Michael Hornsby, Rockford, and Miss Karen Erickson, Oak Park. They were accompanied by the best man, George GaVaugher, brother of the bridegroom, and groomsmen: Doug Eaton, .Quincy, and Allen Forbes, Rochester, N.Y. Flower girl was Laura Ann Wall, niece of the bride. SL ^luaudtine Scene d The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, wore a white imported cotton voile with a high neckline and bodice trimmed with Venice lace, find long puffed sleeves with deep cuffs and ruffles at the wrists. Her skirt was full with a deep flounce at the hemlirte also trimmed with Venice lace. Her detachable train was of voile with a matching flounce as on the gown. Her headdress was a large picture hat trimmed with fresh powers of pastel pompons. Her bridal bouquet was a nosegay of pastel pompons. Guests were seated by Patrick Wall of Bushnell and Ron Karnopp of Morton. A reception for the couple was held on the church lawn. After a wedding trip to Florida, the couple will reside at Box 233A, Zion, 111. 60099. eremony. The bride, a graduate of Western Illinois University, was a varsity cheerleader and a member of the Alpha Sigma Alpha social sorority. She is employed at Downer's Grove as an elementary language arts and music teacher. Her husband is also a graduate of Western Illinois University where he ma jored in sociology. He is employed as a child-supervisor at Lake County Youth Home in Waukegan. White on Tan Show off tanned skin with white ivory jewelry. 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