Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 26, 1973 · Page 12
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s I t J 1 1 I i ] t r ? it + I I? t j '4 -J- A - t ••5 •Tit j • s St' r* r i - Galesburg Register-Mail (fol^r r 11 Mr. and Mrs. James S. Rutherford of Braden- FIa.> announce the encasement of their Miss Mosaienc Rutherford ton, Fia.» announce daughter Mosalene, to Timothy Jan Hoist, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Hoist, 727 Lincoln St. Miss Rutherford, a graduate of Manatee, Fia., High School where she was a member of Cooperative Business Education attended Manatee Area Vocational and Technical Center where she took business courses. Miss Rutherford is employed as a secretary at the Bradenton Police Department. Mr. Hoist, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Ricks College in Idaho, aJso attended Utah State University, Logan, Utah. After graduating from Ringling Brothers Clown College, Mr. Hoist appeared and toured as a clown with Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus. He is now featured as the Singing Ringmaster and announcer for the circus. The wedding is planned for Aug. 21 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The engagement of Miss Gayle Smith to Bernard Stephan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Stephan, 836 E. Fifth St., is announced today by her parents, Mrs. Marilyn Smith, 167 Blaine Ave., and LaVerne Smith, Galva. The bride-elect, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed by Kentucky Fried Chicken on North Henderson Street. Her fiance, a graduate of Costa High School is with the Burlington Northern Railroad. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Gayle Smith Mr. and Mrs. Santos Arreguin, Chicago, announce the engagement of their daughter, Blanche Estela, to Gilbert Villarreal, son of Mr. ind Mrs. Gabriel Villarreal, 1057 McClure St. The bride-elect, a graduate of St. Mary's High School in Chicago, is employed as a customer service representative with Commonwealth Edison Light Co., Chicago. Her fi'ance, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is with the Jewel Tea Co., Melrose Park. The couple is planning a Sept. 8 wedding, ding. Miss Mr. and Mrs. Howard A. Schaad, Creve Coeur, Mo., announce the engagement of their Norman Admire Admire The bride-elect, a graduate of Abingdon High School, will be entering her senior year at Western Illinois University in September. Her fiance, a graduate of Abingdon High School and WIU, Clothing The '0m „, iiiif;IVi !-': :! .' :i - ! Tii. Miss Marguerite Schaad MOON TOWERS The Moon Towers Tenants Assn. is holding an ice cream social at the Towers Thursday from 5 to 8 p.m. The public is invited. Cake, pie, ice cream and coffee will be available. The event will bs outside, weather permitting. Alice Kitlni... Afitena wedding Wp to Williamsburg, Via., Mo*, and Mm. (Mfcwd A. Pence, Jr., who were married Saturday, will reside taifc 425 Waupdairii I>r M State College, Pa. (Miss AMoe L. Kufhn, daughter of Mr. amid Mm. W. Ellsworth KuJw, SMppenislbwg, Fa., exchanged wedding iprtomises with Mr. Pence, son <rf Mr. and Mrs. Clifford A. Pence, Sr., Abing- cton, at the Messiah United M'eitihodfot Church, Shdppens- burg. Rev. Thodore C. Yohe read the double for the couple at 2 p.m. Pirecedtaig ithe bmkle were Mi&s Ju honor, and bridesmaids, Miss Brenda K. Sbarv^or, Burns, B\\ of Shippensburg, and Mrs. NaftfaaiM W. Smith, III, Auirana', N.C. Tiffiany L. Fetters, wiais iBtoiwer gurl. Th« albtendfanils were in nale green cfhdfifewi over taffeta gowns, sod Oamsetot caps with mile green illusdjon veifag. Each oairried eofloniail ocs'egay bou- queits of yellow oaroalbions. The bride setected a white gown of $ate pewu fashioned with Bishop sleeves and an empire Wafet ifcrwnmied with rows Of Vendee lace lamd Saltin ribbon imiseUte on dflie bodice and cuffs. The face tand mibbon edged the V-nedWitae 'and aiccented ;the hemline of te A-Jine skirt and full duapel train. Her fingertip illusion veiling was attached to a peau de sode Oaimefot cap trimmed with seed peiaris, Venice tece wad tikiy satin buttons. She oairried a cotaial bouquet centered wiifth a white orchid surrounded by yeltaw roses and oaroalStonis. Is Best Man Stephen W. Pence, Maple Shade, N.J., was best man for his brother. Ushers and groomsmen were David K. Vander- h } ,1 Mrs. Clifford Pence Jr. (Miss Alice Kuhn) Mr. and Mrs. Steven C. Carlson (Miss Connie Tcsch) V 1 berg, a LaGrange Park; Charles|Stoaie 0. Baugihmain, Stroudsburg, Pia., ainid Ptrederiok L. Peters, StoippejiBbuTg. Mrs. Geonge Wagner, was organist ©jnd GViisis : Manie t F. Kuhn, !lhe bcii/de's cousin, wiais soloist, bici'h of Sihi'ipiperisibung. A ireceptiion ait the U^iversiity Dodge, Sihiipipemsfbuaig, Wtowed tfhe ceiremioiny. Miss Chiarieme EverBtlt, Shi'pfpenstbiHig, played P'ianto music during (he reception. Gifts were displayed by Mrs. Michael .Giainco'li, Ship- jpeneibuirg, and guests were registered by Mrs. Stephen Pence, Maipile Shade, N.J. Mrs. Pence, a 'graduate of SMpipiensb-ung High School and , . * ; ecei ! edP i; er Miss Connie Tesch . . . master's degree from <lhe Penn- f . _ .. ayivttdB Shdte Univemity, Uni- ™e First Lutheran Church was the ™^J^te , t ^ , >Ctf c , wedding of Miss Connie Lynn Tesch, daughter of Mrs. Alice J. verrtty Park. She formerly ^ * ^ McKnjght ^ md No ; ma / w . Tesch , Marshall, toughi; m Oairlisle, Pa., and Minn ^ md steven c 0 arlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Carl- wil'l be teachiimg dm 'the Penns sonj Oneida. ViaiUey. Area School District at 'R eVt Qrdell Peterson read the double ring ceremony for (Mills, of Abingdon iRnfox William ___ attendants. ___ arts gree 'from the University of II- were ushers, limoiis. He is 'a'sisisCiani!; professor ctf maftheroailics ali Dickinson Ruffled Val lace threaded with Ooiilege, Oariisie, P'a., and 'is blue velvet ribbon formed the currently on leave oif absence bib effect on the bodice, Man- while he is working on his doc- darin collar and deep cuffs of tonaite in mathematics at Penn- Miss Tesch's organza gown sylvamia State University. * * Oil aces A record toltial o*f more than 720 junior and senior high school students (firom throughoot Illinois have enrolled 'in the Summer Music Oamp ait Western Illinois Undverstity, which opened Sunday. Miss Sally Rynobt, band in- straefcor at Cale^burg High School, and Christopher Izzo, WIU associate professor and director of bands will conduct organza fashioned with long full sleeves and raised waist encircled with ribbon threaded lace. Lace also outlined the apron overskirt and edged the hemline of the softly gathered skirt with its back fullness which swept into a chapel train. Her short veiling was caught to a Camelot hat of b 1 <ue ruffled Val lace. She carried a single mum. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the newlyweds' home in Rio. take employed by Admiral Corp. and farms near Rio. Couple Exchang long - stemmed white The couple plans to taKe a wedding trip to Minnesota in July. Mrs. Carlson attended Galesburg High School. Her husband, a graduate of ROVA High School in Oneida, attended Spoon River College in Canton. He is Committee Meets The Hospital Committee of the Women of the Moose mst Monday evening at Moon Towers for a potiuck supper. Secret -revealed and Wedding Voivs Miss Shirley Joan Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Thompson of Knoxville, and Jerald Ira Boone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Boone, 340 Holton St., exchanged wedding vows Saturday at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Rev. Francis Oman read the double ring ceremony, at 10:30 a.m. for "the couple in the presence of the immediate families. Mrs. Boone, a graduate of Knoxville High School, worked in the office of Spoon River FS Inc., in Galesburg and Knoxville. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School, served two years in the armed service and is employed as a draftsman by the Trane Co. in Burlington, Iowa. The newlyweds will reside at 118 Leffler St., W. Burlington, Iowa 52601. pa.s were exchanged gifts. they MALES" formal we a "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342~5?14 Alter Six, Lord West, Palm Beach Register for Free Honeymoon to Las Vegas 10 West Main St., Galesburg If You Mss the High School Concert session this week. land Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dennis (Miss Mary Stickle) Two Classes Scheduled At the Civic Art Center The Galesburg Civic Art Center is sponsoring two art classes {or middle school age children and one art class for elementary school age children. Mrs. Frank Blaze will teach Crafts for middle school ge • LET'S GO • 1 Day, Sat., July 28th to Qulnslppl Island at Quincy* III. 1. Ride Cable car to Island; 2. Tour Island by railroad; 3. Boat ride to Mark Twain land at Hannibal, Missouri. Visit the cave, boyhood home, etc Reservations due Mon., JuJy 2.'J. Ph. 342-4856 or 342-6715. Air-Conditioned Trailway Bus. children beginning July 9. The; — class will meet Monday, Wednes-; pm students will sculpt into day, and Friday from 1 to 3| styro f oam anc j build up clay on p.m. for three weeks. Mrs. Blaze J an armature plans for the students to work with , The nominal fees for both paper macne, greeting |these classes includes all mate-| card design, and other crafts, trials the students will use. Mrs. Robert Kerber will teach Mrs. Kerber will also teach a Sculpture Workshop for mid-| a Creative Workshop for ele- Altogether (here <are nine separate sessions in ithe camp which will run to July 14. The week's activities include daily sessions of lessons, sec- s, large group rehearsals, music theory, music history, conducting techniques and a recreation period, All camp counselors will be WIU students. The week-long camp will culminate in concerts open to the publ i c wi tteu;t charge. Th e s e free concerts will be presented Miss Mary Stickle Calls The Oneida First United Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Mary JoLene Stickle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Stickle, Oneida, and Thomas Richard Dennis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dennis, Lynn Center. Rev. James Elder read the double ring ceremony for the coupls at 7 p.m. As Miss Rosemary England, Oneida, played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Joe Johnson, Knoxville, and Jim Stickle, Oneida. Miss Debbie Brown, Oneida, M/hen You Your Car / Dennis, Oneida and John Johnson. Rod Stickle, Onoidia, was was soloist. , Miss Stickle was in a white ait 2 p.m. June 30, July 7 and lace gown with roses over white July 14 in the Grand Ballroom s hpp 8 r satin fashioned from her die school age children on July jm e nta "r7' school age children. d tlhe Uni ™ BuM- 10 12> 11 80(1 " fr ° m 1 10 3| S.1 a Sdf ^^iSI 1 "- recitals will he given a.m., will include a variety of artistic experience in two and three dimensional areas. For further information and to reserve a place in that particular class, call the Civic Art NOTICE Because the Galesburg Community Schools believe the health of the child i$ in important factor for the child's progress in school/ the Board of Education encourages | Center, 114 E. Main St. parents to complete those physical and dental exami nations required * For all children who will be entering school for the ffrst time * For all children who will be entering fifth grade. * For all children who wil be entering ninth grade. CALL YOUR DOCTOR NOW AND MAKE A SUMMER APPOINTMENT SENIOR WOMAN'S CLUB The ESO Group of the Senior Oman 's Club will meet Thursday at Pond. 9:30 a.m. at Sutor's * LET'S GO * IS D4Y Tour to Nova ScoiU *nd New England, Sept. 22nd. A Continental Trail- way escorted tour. Leaving Galesburg and returning to Galesburg. For more information Phone 342-4856 or .H2-6715. rochure:* feent on request. This* tour will sell quickly. Make reservations boon. from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday, July 21, in 122 -Browne Hall. Jan Lundeen of 979 N. Cedar; Kai 'Jhieen Blaze of near Knoxville mi Robert Borden of Knoxville, are among the 14 high school students from j across 'the nation 'participating in a speoiaj Summer Scholar Program at Knox College. The program, for high school juniors and seniors, gives the participants a chance to sample college life by taking college- level courses "taught by Knox professors. Sluden-Vs live mower's wedding gown, it was designsd with a raised bodice, long lace sleeves and a chapel train. Her white illusion veiling with lace trim was also her mother's. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow rases and blue carnations with gypsophila and white ribbon. Attendants the candleiighter. At the reception in the church F parlors after the ceremony, serving honors were given Miss Susie Dennis, Mrs. John Johnson, sisters of the bridegroom; Mrs. Evelyn Mize, Effingham, Mrs. Harry Bulsan, Wataga and Mrs. Kathy Lufkin, Oneida, all aunts of the bride; Mrs. Keith Main, Alton/a, Mrs. Leo Ilennen- fent, Wataga and Mrs. Faye Higgins, Knoxville, the bridegroom's aunts; Darlene Law(Continued on Page 13) Miss of honor and Mrs. Terry Dennis and Mrs. Glenn Olson bridesmafcrons, all of The honor attendant w delicate blue flocked were Oneida. nylon organza, and the bridesmatrons low gowns. Each wore matching 1 in Knox re:si-|ribboas in their hair and car-; Idence halls and eat together iniried a single rose tied wi-U'i a single j college dining rooms. The pro-! streamers. which grain, will end July 23. began June 17, n Dennis, Onsida, w man. Groomsmen were Terry You need a car telephone.., 1L works like your phono at home and at your business, just pickup the hand sot when that important person calls. Get all the facts today. CO 00 N. Ch St Phone 343-1112

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