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8 GQlesburfl RegistertMqil, Golesburg, 111, Monday, June 25, 1973 The Social Side . . . Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Stevens (Miss Gwen Bruntmyer) Miss Gwen Bruntmyer . . . Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Gwen Diane Bruntmyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Bruntmyer, 486 Lombard St., and Gary L. Stevens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Stevens, 1559 E. Knox St., was solemnized Saturday at Corpus Christi Church. Celebrant of the Mass was Rev. Richard Slavish with Rev. Jonas Calamian officiating a.t the double ring ceremony read at 1:30 p.m. Best man was John P Fox of Abingdon. Mrs. Wilbur Peck, organist, presented the prelude as guests were seated and accompanied Miss Diane Dunn and Mrs. Glenn F. Most, soloists. Guests were seated by Donaid| B ^h, Mo.^in lavender, brides- W. Buchanan, J. Michael Ttoacy of Sfcreamwood, James A. Meyer t and Stan W. Jaworski of Chi! cago and serving as grooms\ men were John H. Gorski of ' Chicago, Timothy B. Rich, Rog- i er Cirimotich of Bettemdorf, Iowa, and John H. Krupps. Attendants Preceding the bride, as she walked with her father, were Miss Cheryl) L. Bruntmyer, maid of honor, sister of the bride, in pink; Miss Deborah S. Olds of Peoria, in yellow; Miss Erin K. Bruntmyer, sister of the bride, in blue, Mrs. SteVen Kirsch of Kansas City, Mo., in green and Mrs. Thomas Steiger of Osage IJiilillHi Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Doud (Miss Kathryn Harpole) Miss Kathryn Harpole ... After a wedding trip to Nassau in the Bahamas, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T " ^oud, who were married Saturday, will reside at Campus Maiio Apartments, Macomb. Miss Kathryn D. Harpole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haroole, RR 2, land Mr. Doud,._ . . - ^ , . ^ ' ' 'Swiss braid hat banded and maids. Each had matching picture hats to match their gowns identical in styling. Attendants carried baskets of multi-colored pompon mums Flower girl was Michele Snyder, and ringbearer was Paul J, Stevens of Bloomington Re-embroidered Alencon lace formed the high sculptured scoop neckline and cuffs of the white midriff of Schififli embroidery, (Continued on Page 9) son <otf LODR amid Mrs. Robert Doud, New Orleans, La., exchanged wedding promises at Corpus Christi Church at 8 p.m. Rev. John Lynch read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Nona Steward and John Connor, both of Macomb, seated the guests, as Mrs. Harry Neave played the organ prelude. Miss Harpole carried a white Bible and bouquet of cream colored cymibidium orchids, and siteptonotts with ivy and ribbon accent, as a complement to her ivory chiififion gown, accented with ruffled Val lace at the neckline, cuffs, set-in and on each tier oif the full tiered chiffon skirt. An ivory bowed with (tulle falling into back streamers completed her attire. Attendants In dresses of lavender floral print chiffon, attendants were Miss Karen Brufoaker, Zion, maid of honor; Miss Sherry Stephens, Zion; Miss Cathy Eells, Chicago, and Mrs. John Me, bridesmaids. They wore lavender braid hats banded with lavender taffeta ribbons and carded white baskets of soft lavender pompons, pink miniature carnations and gypso­ phila. Paitrick R. Doud, Waukegan, was best man. Groomsmen were Bill Ramsey, Macomb, Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Dillbeck (Miss Sherry Randell) Miss Sherry Randell . . . Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Sherry Bailey Randell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Randell, 1287 Day St., and Michael T. Dillbeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Dillbeck 11741 Loara St., Garden Grove, Calif., at the Bethany Baptist Church, 373 E. Simmons St., om . —r— :— i Saturday Dr. George Nulph read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who were honored at a reception following the ceremony at the Bethany Baptist Church, 590 S. Academy St. Best man was Geoff Thorn of Kalamazoo, Mich. Guests were seated by Kevin Dillbeck of Garden Grove, Calif., brother of the bride- continued on Page 9) Kalamazoo, Mich. Maid of honor was Miss Mary Hitchcock of Lansing, Mich. Carries Daisies The bride, given in marriage by her parents, selected an empire gown of white crepe with Chantilace bodice. Narrow bands of ),ace accented the waistline and hemline of the A-line skirt. Full, sheer Bishop sleeves were gathered to fitted cuffs appli- qued with lace, which also trimmed the portrait neckline. The gown's detachable train of crepe with lace overlay was accented with a large bow. Three-tiered silk illusion veils were caught to an open crown Camelot headpiece appliqued in .lace and decorated with seed pearls. Miss groom, and Bruce Lenardson of|R an d e ii carried an arrangement T '~' of white daisies with aqua color gypsophila. After July 1 the couple will reside in Kalamazoo, Mich. Mrs. Dillbeck, a graduate of Illinois State University, is a member of the elementary school faculty in Kalamazoo. Mr. Dillbeck, a graduate of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Underwood (Miss Jena Duckwiier) Miss Jena Duckwiier ... Miss Jena Lane Duckwiier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Duckwiier, 1840 McMaster Ave.,,became the bride of Donald Underwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Underwood, 1039 S. Kellogg St., Saturday at Emmanuel United Methodist Church. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 2 [p.m. by Rev. Robert McDonald. Miss Karen Black and Russel Sharp were attendants. Jeff Duckwiier, the bride's brother, and Dave Malmrose, were ushers. The bride selected a white crepe gown styled with chiffon sleeves. Her waist-length illusion veiling was caught to a 'crystal crown. She carried a rainbow Bible and nosegay bouquet of pink roses, white pompons, and liliesHof -the-valley, ac- (Continued on Page 9) cented with greenery and'Butler Manufacturing Co streamers. A reception was held for the couple in the Mary Moore Room jof the church following the ceremony. After a wedding trip the mew- jlyweds will reside at 705 Century Estates. Mrs. Underwood, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Her husband, also a GHS graduate, is employed at Dr. and Mrs. William J. Hentze (Miss Ellen Gardner) Miss Ellen Gardner . , . As music filled the sanctuary of the First Lutheran Church guests for the wedding of Miss Ellen June Gardner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Gardner of near Galesburg, and Dr. William J. Hentze, son of Dr. and Mrs. William E. Hentze, Vandalia Road, Greenville, were seatedL . -- , by Master Paul Hentze, Green-i Trentanelh of Ca P e Girardeau, ville, brother of the bridegroom, Dr. John Damas of Chicago and John Trentanelli of Columbus, Mr. and Mrs. Mark E. Dunn (Miss Cheryl Meyer) Mr. and Mrs. David Howiand (Miss Christine Johnson) Mr. and Mrs. James It. Peters (Miss Janlyn Crouse) Miss Janlyn Crouse . . . Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Janlyn K. Crouse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Anderson, 882 N. Kellogg St., and James II. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Peters, 1558 N. Seminary St., on Saturday at the First United Presbyterian Church at 4 p.m. as Dr.' Ohio. The double ring ceremony was read at 4 p.m. by Dr. Hugh Reynolds of Gibson City Christian Church, formerly of the Coidbrook Church and Rev. Ordell Peterson. Mrs. C. E. Van Norman, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied Doyle Keith Wilcox of Chicago, soloist. Best man was Dr. Paul Davis of Petersburg, 111., and serving as groomsmen were Dr. William Wrobel of Chicago, Dr. Tom O'Rourke of Chicago, !Mo. Attendants Miss Dorothy Halla of Chicago, maid of honor, Mrs. Stephen Eff'Jand, Urbana, matron of honor, sister of the bride, Miss Stephanie Hentze, Springfield, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. James Gardner, Peoria, sister-in-^aw of the bride, and Miss Christine Johnson Miss Cheryl Meyer . . . Miss Cheryl Ann Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles! A quartet of attendants in mint green crepe dresses preceded J. A. Meyer, 515 Day St., and Mark E. Dunn, son of Mr. and the bride, Miss Christine Marie Johnson, down the processional Mrs. William E. Dunn, 563 N. Academy St., exchanged wedding aisle as she walked with her father to pledge her wedding vows promises Sunday at the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christlwith David L. Howiand on Sunday at the First Lutheran Church T n.(Un TV.™ e .iin^t. i - I Thf> nnntmk wprs snlpmniznH at 3 n m «« Rou nrvloll W of Latter Day Saints High Priest LaVerne Benson, assisted by Rev. Kermit Petersen, First Presbyterian Church, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. Organists were Dr. and Mrs. Charles Farley. Miss Diane Dunn was soloist. son, Miss Mary Lees on and Miss Nancy Addis were in pale blue dotted Swiss gowns with blue The nuptials were solemnized at 3 p. m. as Rev. Ordell W. Peterson read the double ring ceremony for the bride, the The bride, given in marriagejg'rl, and Lance Johnston, ring -J by her brother, John R. Meyer, ' was in an empire satin gown Mrs. Nick Jobe, bridesmaids, 'with sheer overskirt trimmed were in lavender crystalline j v 'ith lace and blue satin ribbon, sheer sleeveless gowns styled j He { veiling was waist-length j Meyer with capelets fant arrangement of lavender -sophila gladioia florets accented with The bride, given Jn marriage . ... . .. .. . daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rus- by her father, carried satin ribbons in -their hair. They G> Johnson, 942 Hawkinson colonial bouquet of white roses, carried nosegay bouquets of Ave and ^ bridegroom, the carnations and blue roses with ^ of jvtr. and Mrs. Raymond blue streamers. M Hbwtend, 18 i 0 Robertson Ave. Best man tor his cousin _ was Alfred Hayden. bearer. j Attendants Jim Neal, Alexis, was best! Miss Shelley Miller, maid of Lori Ann Johnston was flower man. Groomsmen were Vein Dunn, Rusty Gustafson, Sam Osceola, Iowa, and self-ruffled crystal pleated !a " d sne tarried a bouquet of!Charles Meyer, Macomb. Ush -j Connie Fako ets. Each carried a bouf-; blu ? roses, daisies and gyp-!en were Ed Derry, Dewy lion-fried white i rictt and Curtis Marshall Reception Attendants honor, Miss Mollie Jordan of Davenport, Iowa, Mrs. Gary Spraigue of Monmouth and Miss bridesmaids, oar- baskets filled with colored daisies and spring atephianoiids and gypsophila as the accent for her wedding gown of sata peau decorated with pearled Guipure lace ap­ pliques on the bodice, high collar and in a scattered all over effect on the demi-bell skirt which had a gathered .self- fabric flounce, with a lace border. Lace also edged the detachable circular chapel length j train si'.yded with the same flounce and lace border. Tiered! gypsophila accented with white I.,,,, . , ... . . . er of the bride, and Robert (Continued en i ^age it), xindy Adams, .Miss jane (Jarri- K.'onlinued en i 'a 6 e 10) and ribbon Lttpiieet "continue (Continued on Page 10) Kermit Petersen read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Guests were seated, during the organ prelude by Mrs. Haf- old Moore, by Joe Asbury of Dahinda and Glen Zimmerman of Evansville. Best man was Marc Irwin, and groomsmen, Roger Crouse, brother of the bride, and Gene Ebert. Soloist was Mrs. Rodney Goff. Mrs. Gene Ebert, matron of Ixnor, Miss Beverly Thompson, and Miss Connie Crouse, sister of the bride, bridesmaids, were in identically styled dresses. Each had matching hats. The honor attendant, in mint green, carried a colonial bouquet of yelllow daisies wjlth gypsophila, and the bridesmaids, in yellow, carried mint green daisies with gypsophila. Flower girl was Amy Sopher of Knoxvillc, and ringbearer, Rodney White of near Knox­ villc. Given in marriage by her stepfather, Miss Crouse carried a cascade bouquet of white Marguerite daisies and yellow Sweetheart roses with ivy accent as the complement to her wedding gown of silk bonganza, Camelot styled, with appliques of reembroidored Alencon lace on tlie bodice, sleeves, skirt and scattered <xn the fabric rose topped bouffant Watteau train. Elbow length veiling of silk illusion was caught to a Juliet cap of nylon straw. Reception Guests ait Uie reeejrtiioii, which I allowed at tlie church, were asked to sign the guest book by Miss Barbara Jtoop, Miss Laura Hoop, both of St. Joseph, Midi., and Miss Carol Sbpnenson of Midwest City, Okla. Gifts were arranged by Miss Nancy Edmi- slcn of Davenport, Iowa, Miss Jackie HurkliaMer of KnoxviUe, Miss Nancy Key of Aledo and (Continued on Page 0) 1

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