Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 25, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg ReQ\sHr^o\\, Galesburg^ III. Mpndoy / June ,,jS # _,1 .?73 , 9 Miss Harpole- (Continued From Page 8) Mr. and Mrs. William A. Bcardslcy (Miss Vickl Snider) Miss Vicki Snider ... Miss Vicki Lee Snider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel F. Snider, 902 E. North St., Knoxville, became the bride of William A. Beardsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Beardsley, 107 Orange St., Knoxville, on Saturday. Wedding vows were pledged at 7 p. m. at the First United Piresbyibewan Ohnirdh, Knox-' wile, witoere Rev. Sitaiffbrd Weeks read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Dan Snider of Knoxville^ brother of (he bride. Guests were seated by Bill, Snider and John Beardsley, ha'h oif Knoxville, brothers of the couple. Serving as grooms- maul wias Matt Wilmot of Abingdon. Miss Jo Ann Hubbard of near Gdlson was maid of honor; and Miss Sharon Kennedy of near Knoxville, bridesmaid. Flower g'id was Marcie Wilmot of Abingdon. T5>e (bride, given in marriage by 'her ifiaitiher was in an old- faghioned pdnalore-styled white goiwn otf ojiganza and Cluny lace. The pinafore eififect in lace was edged in organza ruffling. The ruffling formed a V on the la'ce 'ibadice; aictenlbed* by ver- tipal button trim. An organza chaipel-length tain was edged in Venice snowlake lace, as was the hemline of the gown. Lantern - styled sleeves had fitted cufifs of Ckmy lace edged in organza ruffling and the stand-up collar was ruffled. , Sine hiaid a oallihedral-length Mantilla double - layered illusion veil, bordered in the same 3)ace liteit trimmed her gown, which with !the shorter blusher veil, were caught to her open^crown piibox. Miss Snider carried a nosegay of daisies and white roses with tufts of lavender and Whiite ribbon. Guests offered felicitations to ifche couple at a reception which ifi&lfowed ait the church. Mr. and Mrs. Beardsley will reside ait Hilltop Trailer Courts, KmoxviMe. B'cilih were graduated from Knoxville High School. Mr. Beiarctsley is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Miss Randell- (Continued From Page 8) Mr. and Mrs. James H. House (Miss Elizabeth McCrcight) Miss Elizabeth McCreight . . . The First United Methodist Church Chapel was the setting Saturday' for. the wedding of Miss Elizabeth Ann McCreight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. McCreight, Sherrard, former Galesburg residents, and James H. House, son of William House and the late Mrs. House, Wichita, Kan. Dr. Joseph Hoffman read the double ring ceremony at 3 p.m. for the couple in the presence of the immediate family. Woman Airline Pilots group in Wichita. Her husband attended North High School, Wichita, Kan., Eldorado, Kansas Junior College AH T> ii u i and Wichita State University, Mrs. Allan Buttscteu, Daven- jWitchitat Kan He served > in thJe port, Iowa, the bride's cousin, Marine Corps and is employed was matron of honor and Wil- by the Internal Revenue Serv- liam Dando, Wichita, Kan. was ice. best man. David McCreight, ^vedts 'uhe*' Shem ,rd ' Miss Bruntmyer- Miss McCreight selected a) (Continued From Page 8) • white bonded lace empire gown —-—-——— fashioned with long sleeves and> OT P WBa « own fashioned with an Mr. and Mrs. Russell Westfall Jr. • (Miss Vlckl Rose) Miss Vicki Rose . . . After a wedding trip to Missouri, Mr. and Mrs. Russell 0. Westfall, Jr., who were married Thursday at the First Congregational Church in Wataga, will reside at 115 E. Willard St., Wataga. Miss Vicki Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rose, 227 S. Carr St., Wataga, exchanged wedding promises with Mr, Westfall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell 0. Westfall Sr., 131 Carr St., Wataga, at 7:30 p.m. as Rev. G. A. Ellcey read the double ring ceremony for the cou- given in marriage by her par- pie. Preceding the bride, who was ents, was Mrs. Jerry Plemmons, the bride's sister, Muscatine, Iowa, matron of honor; Mrs. Jerry-Bewley, and Miss Dc-bra Wynkoop, both of Wa men. Dale Stickle and Royce Kunkle, both of Wataga were ushers. Darrell Olson, Moline, was organist. After the ceremony a reception was held at the Wataga Congregational Church. Serving honors were given to Mrs. George Kunkle, the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Ronald Kunkle, the bridegroom's aunt, both of Wataga, and Mrs. Eldon Rose, the Dick Mis, Ubertyville, and John Hat-pale, the bride's bwlncr. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple in the church social rooms. Miss Barbara Ulstmp, Miss Barbara Feraiessey, Mrs. Michael Kneokl and Mrs. Dan Gads were given serving honors. Gifts were displayed by Miss Jane Borne and Miss Laurie Smith. Miss Jan Bima wa ;3 at the guest book. Miss Laurie Evans played the piano. Mrs. Dmid will graduate in November from Western Illinois University, where she is a member of Sigma Kappa Sorority and Who's Who Among Greek iFmatemiiliies and Soror- iities. Her husband, who has a master's degree (from WIU is emiployed tfnere as admissions crAinselw. He was a member of ft/he varsity baseball team and a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon Fraternity. CWI Credit Women International will meet at the Elks Club Thursday at 7 p.m. for a dinner meeiing. CHESS CLUB The Greater Galesburg Chess Club will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at Home Savings and Loan Assn. LAPM The Ladies Auxiliary Patriarchs Militant will meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of ithe Odd Fellows Hall. Miss Grouse- (Continued From Page 8) Miss Martha Dcmin of Moline. Honors were shared by Mrs. Richard Barnes of Del City, Okla., Mrs. Frebert Dams of Madison, Wis., Mrs. Donald Measz of Ft. Atkinson, Wis. and Mrs. Ronald Sensabaugh. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, La., and June 27, the couple will reside at 2770 Springer Rd., Both Mr. and Mrs. Peters were graduated from Galesburg High School. Mrs. Peters, also a graduate of Moline Public Hospital School of Nursing, is employed at Galesburg Cottage Hospital. Her husband is employed by the Burlington Northern Railroad. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Women of (ihe Moose wil! meet Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Moose 'Lodge. The publicity committee will have its revealing parity of secret pals Thursday alt 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Helen Rice, 144 S. Farnham St. VIOLET CHAPTER Violet Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, wil 1 , obserave advance night Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. A social hour will follow the meeting. SWEET ADELINES The Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines wiJil rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the conference room at Cottage Hospital. The board will convene at 7 p.m. Hope College, Holland, Mich., is employed at Checker Motor Corp., Kalamazoo... , Mr. - and 'Mrs. Dillbeck are involved with the Christian ministry working with The Navigators, which they will continue to do in the fall. REBECCA CIRCLE The Rebecca Circle of Faith Lutheran Church in Wataga will meet Thursday at 2 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Richard Rommel near Wataga.. rt^coTE, 13 white^waist-j^ silhouette skirt with ver-;^ rid ^ alds .The honor a^ride's sister-kvlaw. length veiling She carried a tlcal bands of lace and Iace ap itervdaist was in a china blue cry- 1 Gifts were arranged by Miss colonial bouquet of blue com- P 1: q Lies marking the front of the stal orepe gown and the brides-; Diane Olson, Miss Rhonda Kun- flowers and white daisies. i s!t . irt - The full chapel train, ap-, malds - m strawberry pink. Each pliqued with Alencon lace motifs, was caught to the empire waist encircled with lace. Biu- carried colonial bouquets of white Patrician carnations accented with greenery and tufts sion veiling was caught to a face! 0 f m £ blue ribbon. : framing Camelot headpiece of | Kelly Kunkle, Abingdon, was Reception Friends offered felicitations to the couple at a reception in the church lounge following the ceremony. J A1 T™ | acemu ^»ted with^er ghTand John" Robbins,!^ Abingdon After a one-week trip Jirough c Ped pearls The bride given in Wata? , a)B rin .g b earer. Miss San-! M^S WeSl is a graduate of Michigan Wisconsin and Ohio, mamage by her father'car- ripa ^ tt * bride > s sister , and G ate^g jS &&S Sre the newlyweds will reside in r fed a sterling and crystal ro- Mss Jerry Lynn Piemmons, the . hpr ^Snd^ ^ded H^.' kle, both of Wataga, and Miss Robin Eiker, Henderson. Miss Wanda McCormick, Wataga, asked guests to sign the guest book. Rice packets were given to the guests by Miss Shelly w hen somebody needs somebody Hair body that discover it with our reg. $20.00 organicurl is, Protein Perm! Wichita. i S ary given her by her parents, ; h .. Wp » q - wpm accAvipi Mrs. House, a graduate of who had brought it from the ,7™ ' ^ « i y * li. Galesburg ffigh School, attended Vatican I Moss Rose who walked to the Bradley University and is a ' ' al)tar wth her Mother, Eldon graduate of the University of Reception Rose, Janesville, Wis., carried Kansas, Lawrence. She is a phy-' Pimcfo ,„ aM 0 . . 4 . a bouffant, colonial bouquet of sical therapist at the Institute of K n £«l h?£ u ^ 51 f- *5 e whlte Patncian carnations and Iogopedics Wichita Mrs 1 y Mjss Lmda white Snowsong roses accented House has'a private pilot's ii- JS psoni ; fhW # a( 2f ^ e Wlth ™ k and white ribbon ' as cense, and belongs to the 99's, a ;' h T™ wh , 1 ch foUowed in the complement to her princess • —— :hllrch uariors. Gifts were ar- style gown of white satin. Im­ parled by Miss Rosemary Mey-, ported French Chantilly lace er and Miss Mary Catherine,motifs edged the hemline and Bruntmeyer of Burlington,!|he front, panel of the gown Iowa - (which was fashioned with a fit- Honors were accorded Miss,tec! bodice and A-line skirt. The Gerri ArqueW/e of Elmhurst, 'lantern sleeves were of sheer Mrs. John Fox of Abingdon, 'miramist with a wide lace Miss Cathy Wolfram of Nora.'trimmed cuff. A mantilla veil and Mrs. Joseph Bruntmyer of of matching Chantilly lace ac- Detroit, Mich. ,cented the lace appliques scat- After a wedding trip to the,tered on the chapel length SMI ©JET S VITALITY MISS WONDERFUL ENNA JETTICKS ORCHIDS WHITES - BONES Reg. $10 to $15 DRESS STYLES SANDALS WHITES and COLORS All From Our Regular Stock POLL PARROT BLUE STARS ACTIVE AGE SHOES FOR GIRLS Whitet and Colors BLOOM tALMSURff. ULINOII 228 E. MAIN is employed by Midwest Manufacturing Corp. BEAUTY SALON 208 HILL ARCADE Phone 342-3015 Enriched with Organic Protein £or a long-lasting W3VG. Shampoo, Set includadt 10 I Dee Taylor formerly of Chantilly Blue is with us. 1 Reg. $18 to $20 Hawaiian Islands, the couple will reside at 2710 Springer Rd. A graduate of Galesburg High School and Illinois State University, Normal, Mrs. Stevens is train. The bride's mother designed the bride's and attendants' gowns. Is Best Man Gary Hager was best man, And employed as a receptionist in and Jerry Bewley and Warren the office of Dr. Stephen Con- Rose, both of Wataga, grooms- tro and Dr. Maurice Claman. A graduate of Costa High School and Knox College, where he was affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsiion fraternity, Mr. Stevens is a coordinator of Quality Control and Safety Engineering at Galesburg Malleable Co. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-5fU Alter Six, Lord Weit, Palm Baach Register for Fret Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 Weil Main St., GaUiburej To Reg. $10 to $13 UIS'l' PH. 342-2013 NOTICE We have been closed all day today and will be closed again tomorrow to prepare for our huge semiannual clearance. SALE STARTS 7 AM WED. See tomorrow's paper for complete details. Warehouse SHOE CENTER 120 E. Main Galesburg Operation Alteration SchubacrYs Is Known For Fine Alterations Wait Til You See This One! Come In Soon To See How We're Growing THE SHOP ACCOMMODATING Men's and Wojnen'« J"a»blon» ir One Hour Free Parking in the Smith & Allen Garage, Kellogg & Main Streets, Galesburg. Open Monday <& Friday til 9.

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