Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on September 30, 1963 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, September 30, 1963
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I Clatesbura Refljster*MailGal€isburg, IIL Monday, Sept, 30, 1963 1f}uptiats Solemnized at \)c anoud urclieS Mr. and Mrs. Francis A. Chinlund (Miss Connie Jane Appell) Miss Coimie Jane Appell . . . As strains of the wedding march filled the sanctuary of the First Lutheran Church Sunday evening, Miss Connie Jane Appell walked with her father to the altar to pledge vows with Francis A. Chinlund of Aledo. Vows were exchanged at 7:30 o'clock when Rev. Ordell Peterson read the poration, Galesburg. Her husband was graduated from Aledo High School. double ring ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Appell of Lake Bracken, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Chinlund of near Aledo. Acolytes were Tom Peterson and David Hawkinson. As part of the ceremony Rev. Mr. Peterson sang a solo, accompanied by Mrs! C. E. Van Norman, at the organ console. Soloist for the wedding was Douglas Johnson of Aledo. Guests were seated by Duane Gerst, who also served as groomsman, David Appell, a cousin of the bride, Tom Paulsgrove of Gilson and Edwin Yotter of Oakville, Iowa. Best man was David Johnson of Peoria. Misting about the shoulders of the bride's nylon organza wedding dress was fingertip veiling caught to a rosette of organza and braid. A double row of Alencon lace in the symbolic orange blossom pattern outlined the scooped neckline of the bodice of the gown with its full gathered skirt. Half circles of the lace trimmed the skirt and were decorated with bows, gleaming with pearls. Miss Appell carried a lace covered prayer book decorated with a lavender orchid. Mrs. Richard Bourdon, matron of honor, ' and Miss Vickie Appell, junior bridesmaid, sister of the bride, carried ballerina clusters of white carnations to accent their bittersweet orange satin sheath dresses. Bow trimmed shoulder straps and cleft side pleats were fashion markings on the dresses. Each had matching headpieces with veiling. Reception The bride's cousin, Miss Judy Appell, asked the guests to sign the bride's book at the reception following in the church parlors. Hostess was Mrs. Phil Lass. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Thomas Van Dusen and Mrs. Duane Gerst. Honors were accorded Mrs. Charles Cross, Mrs. Reece Jones, Mrs. Quinten Appell, aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Edwin Yotter, sister of the bi.degroom. After Oct. 7 and a trip through the northern states, the couple will reside on a farm near Aledo where the bridegroom is farming with his father. Mrs. Chinlund, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at the Public Finance Cor- Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. Roach (Miss Marlene McMcnimcn) Miss Marlene Kay McMenimen ... Miss Marlene Kay McMenimen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. McMenimen, 982 Beecher Ave., became the bride of Edwin Eugene Roach, son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Roach of Oneida, Saturday as Rev. Robert Kimble read the double ring ceremony. The nuptials were solemnized at 11 o'clock in the morning at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Mrs. Gary (Miss Beverly E. Dunn Ann Nichols) Best man for his brother was Kenneth Roach of near Oneida. Guests were seated during the prelude by Mrs. L. E. Mattson, at the organ console, by John M. Sutor, Robert English, Richard Rupert and Greg McMenimen, the bride's brother. The date marked the bride's parents' 20th anniversary. . With her wedding gown of slipper satin, the bride carried a crescent cascade of stephanotis and phalaenopis orchids centered with a hybrid orchid and accented with ivy. The fitted bodice of the gown with embossed lace had a scalloped neckline and long tapered sleeves. The bell shaped skirt was fashioned with a short chapel train. Misting about the shoulders of her gown was illusion veiling caught to a tiny crown. Mrs. John Sutor, sister of the bridegroom, fashioned the bride's dress. Miss Debbie McMenimen served as her sister's honor attendant, and Miss Cindy Lippert and Miss Debbie Wyckoff as bridesmaids. Of duo-tone acetate satin, the bell silhouette dresses had cutaway panels on the skirt. Miss McMenimen, in bamboo and antique gold, carried a lemon leaf colonial bouquet of nilfc green lace carnations —— in... -I. • - •— I I ' IIM^M (Continued on page 9) Hand Decorated CAKES • 4U Occasion! • Btmwy* « tvcfiuung* SCANOIA IAKIBY i LUNCH m e. nam s». Miss Beverly Ann The Immanuel Methodist! Church in Canton, Mo., was the scene of the wedding of Miss Beverly Ann Nichols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell T. Nichols of Canton, Mo., and Gary E. Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Dunn of Abingdon, Vows were pledged at 7 'clock Saturday evening as Rev. Ott Steinhaus read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Dave Bliss of Hermon, and groomsman, Rick Dechow of Abingdon. Guests were seated by Bryon Brown of St. Augustine, Sid Landon and Wayne Nichols of Canton, Mo., during the prelude presented by Mrs. Robert E. Ayers of Canton, Mo. Soloist was Mr. Ayers. Walks with Father Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a cascade bouquet of white fuji mums with showers of double- faced picot satin tied with lov- knits to complement her er s "LOOK" to the Give-A-Gift "VIIERS 149 I. Main St. for Fin* Dinnerware %\ Down - $1 Week Nichols .... gown of bridal satin. Hand-embroidered lace appliques decorated the fitted bodice, having long sleeves, and also the skirt, which formed a chapel train. Chi Omega sorority sisters of the bride, Miss Pat Smith of St. Louis, Mo., and Miss Brenda Johnston of Hannibal, Mo., as bridal attendants were in moss green satin dresses. Each had open shallow pillbox hats of matching satin, banded with miniature pearls and short circular veils, banded with velvet leaves. The attendants carried cascade bouquets of bronze mums tied with satin in variegated autumn tones. Reception A reception followed in the fellowship hall, where the tables were decorated with bronze mums and autumn colored tapers. Mrs. Jerry Smith of Racine, Wis., sister of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Dennis Smith of Columbia, Mo., a sorority sister of the bride; Mrs. Dave Bliss of Hermon, cousin of the bridegroom; Miss Irene Peters of Canton, Mo.; Miss Carol Smith of Spring- LOW in calories -alight, yet so tasty! field, another sorority sister, shared serving honors. Parents of the bridegroom were hosts for the rehearsal luncheon served in the Fellowship Hall on Saturday noon. The couple is residing at 602b College St., Canton, Mo. Mrs. Dunn is a junior at Culver-Stockton College, where she is majoring in physical education. The bride, in the choir, directs two children's choirs at the Methodist Church and is a member of the Light Opera Guild. Mr. Dunn, a senior at Culver- Stockton, is majoring in mathematics. A member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity, he is employed as an assistant manager at Sandy's in Quincy. Violet Club Ha§ Program On Handicraft A dessert luncheon was served at the recent meeting of the Bi- County African Violet Society, when members were entertained in the home of Mrs. L. W. Owens, 1363 S. Cherry St. During the business session conducted by Mrs. Scott Rader, president, letters from officers of the National African Violet Society were read. The program on "Handicraft" was presented by Mrs. R. M. Ljnd- blom, who demonstrated the making of corsages from wood fiber. Mrs. Owens invited members to view her many African violets grown both in natural and fluorescent light. i Future Bride... Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bodenhamer (Miss Mary Karen Smith) Miss Mary Karen Smith . . . Bridal attendants carried empire clusters of autumn hued pompons accented with sprays of golden tipped wheat to complement their gowns of willow green satin for the wedding of Miss Mary Karen Smith and John Charles Bodenhamer. The 8 o'clock ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Smith, 452 E. Losey St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Bodenhamer, 110V4 E. Main St., Abingdon, was read by Rev. Arne Peterson of the Faith Lutheran Church of Wataga at the Galesburg First Lutheran Church. Mrs. Raymond Conrad, matron of honor, Miss Sharon Ray of Rockford, the bridegroom's niece; Miss Susan Fundenberger and Miss Carlee Fundenberger, the bride's cousins, bridesmaids, were in identically styled dresses having wide belts of the reverse side of the material. Fastened at the top of wide belts were trains edged with the contrast material. With the full skirted dresses having fitted bodices and short sleeves, each •had tiny pillbox hats of the two shades of willow green designed by the bride. Caught to the hats were circular veils of maline. Walks With Her Father White snowdrift chrysanthemums and white orchids accented with variegated dracena and la- gustrum foliage formed the crescent cascade bouquet carried by the bride as she walked with her father. Miss Smith's wedding dress of silk organza over bridal taffeta was fashioned with a full skirt, which formed a train. Reembroid- ered Alencon lace appliques decorated the sweetheart neckline, bodice and puffed peplums of the gown. For the something old Miss Smith had a necklace worn Dy her mother and her paternal grandmother at their weddings and had a lace edge handkerchief carried by her mother, her aunts and her maternal grandmother at their weddings. Embroidered lace marked the edge of the satin pillbox hat which caught the bride's bouffant tiered veiling. Flower girls were Paula Bodenhamer, St. Augustine, the bridegroom's niece, and Susan Billings of Burlington, Iowa. Paul Kauffman of Wataga, the bride's cousin was ringbearer, who carried the same heart-shaped pillow carried by the ringbearer at the bride's mother's wedding. Best man for his brother was James Bodenhamer of St. Augustine. Groomsmen included Neil R. Smith, the bride's brother, Raymond Conrad and Jack Tieken of Rockford. Ushers were Neil Hutson of Knoxville, Don Beamer, Larry Wenstrom and James Sheahan, who seated the guests during the organ prelude by Mrs. C. E. VanNorman. Rev. Ordell Peterson was soloist. Reception Willow green and gold accents were used as the decorative motif at the reception in the parish house following the ceremony. Mrs. Larry Wenstrom was in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Dottie Yates, Miss Sherry Ledbefcter and Mrs. Neil Hutson of Knoxville. Honors were accorded Miss Jeri Jordan, Mrs. Larry Heady, Mrs. Larry Miller of Danville, Miss Becky Meidrum and Mrs. Gary Davison. Cousins of the bride, Ann Fundenberger and Pamela Kauif- ANNOUNCEMENT IS MADE of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Linda Kay Van Riper (above) to Richard Lee Fillman. Miss Van Riper is the daughter of Mrs. Dale Van Riper, Kirkwood, and the late Mr. Van Riper. Mr. Fillman is the sain of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fillman of Monmouth. Although a few invitatious are being sent, all friends &nd relatives are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow at the Kirkwood Methodist Church on Saturday, Nov. 9 at 7 o'clock in the evening. Miss Van Riper is an August graduate of the Burlington Beauty Academy, while Mr. Fillman is employed by the Wickes Lumber Co., at Galesburg. man of Wataga, carried baskets filled with tiny bags of rice, in the willow green and gold, which they presented to the guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Robert Fundenberger, Mrs. Robert Kauffman, aunts of the bride, Mrs. Wiley Ray of Rockford and Mrs. James Bodenhamer of St. Augustine, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin and Oct. 6 the newlyweds will reside at 954 Bateman St. Mrs. Bodenhamer, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Colorado State College at Greeley, and Brown's Business College. A member of Alpha Iota sorority, she is employed as a secretary at Protexall Inc. Her husband, who attended Abingdon schools, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. READ THE WANT ADS! CHICKEN mom SUPPER Rt039 «nii«d Chutca oi J«iu» C!tri»t 9i UlUr D»y 9%inU $? If- HENDERSON TUESDAY. Oct. 1, 19«S ticvfea i '111 8 Adutti Si.JO Child 7«c Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hovind (Miss Phoebe Kay Hogan) Miss Phoebe Kay Hogan . . . Repeating wedding promises in the First United Presbyterian Church Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock were Miss Phoebe Kay Hogan and Larry Wayne Hovind. The ceremony was solemnized as Dr. Kerm'.t Petersen read the double ring ceremony for the couple. James Hull, soloist, was accompanied by Mrs. Harold Moore at the organ console. Guests were seated in the sanctuary by Charles Hovind Jr., Myron Hovind and Monty Hogan. Best man was Richard Leafgreen of Rio. Miss Hogan, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Herschel Hogan of Lake Bracken, was gowned in a white lace over taffeta dress as she walked with her father to the altar. Styled with a fitted bodice, having a scalloped bateau neckline, the dress was fashioned with a bell shaped skirt of three tiers. Silk illusion veiling was caught to a flower crown with tulle leaves. She carried a crescent cascade of white butterfly roses touched with green foliage. Attendant Mrs. Monty Hogan, matron of honor, selected a mint green chiffon over taffeta ballerina length dress for the ceremony. Matching veiling was caught to a mint green crown. Mrs. Hogan carried a crescent cascade of white mums and white pompons with a lemon leaf backing. Mint green and white was the color theme at the reception in the church parlors. Fashion fern encircled the cake and punch bowl on the table, centered with a tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bouquet of white roses. Mint green tapers completed the appointments. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. Charles Hovind Jr., Mrs. Myron Hovind, Mrs. Bud Wilson and Mrs. Mike Lyon. Mrs. Mary Penn was in charge of the guest book and gifts were arranged by Mrs. Lloyd Hogan and Mrs. Robert Zeigler. After a wedding trip to Chicago the newlyweds will reside at 86 N. Pleasant St. Mrs. Hovind, a graduate of Galesburg High School is employed in the office at P&M Lustro- lite Co. Her husband, also a Galesburg High School graduate, is employed at the Knox County Country Club. Home Adviser Gives Lesson Topic BCNU Homemakers Extension Association Unit met last week in the home of Mrs. Raymond Swank, 253 Cedar Ave., with Mrs. Everett Taylor, home adviser, giving the lesson on the topic "How do you rate as a shopper?" The minor lesson on "History of the Home Bureau," was given by Mrs. Olive Simonson. Miss Dina Melburg . . . Miss Dina J. Melburg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Melburg of Oquawka, and Alvie L. Louck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Louck of Oquawka, exchanged wedding promises at the First Lutheran Church in Galesburg Thursday evening. Rev. Ordell Peterson read the double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock for the couple, who will reside in Oquawka. Serving as attendants were the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Milton L. Jem of Galesburg. Mrs. Jem selected a three piece blue knit suit with navy accessories. Her corsage was blue carnations and white daisies. For her wedding Miss Melburg wore a winter white knit dress complemented with cranberry accessories. Her corsage was bronze mums and yellow roses. After the ceremony the Jerns were hosts in their home at 680 E. third St., for a reception. The bride, a graduate of Glad- storfe-Oquawka High School, is employed at Sylvania in Burlington, Iowa. Her husband, also a Gladstone-Oquawka High School graduate, is employed by the State of Illinois, Division of Highways, Monmouth. Safety's first. The preceding foursome should be at least 200 yards away from your tee or on the green before you swing. 69 c SHOPPERS SPECIAL A Complete Luncheon In Itself Menu Changes Daily -OPEN SUNDAYS— TWIN CHEFS RESTAURANT 108 E. Main St. FOR SALE THE WALTERS' GIFT SHOP TO SOMEONE WHO WANTS AN ESTABLISHED BUSINESS. WILL CONSIDER TAKING HOUSE ON TRADE. WILL SELL OR BENT BUILDING. Apartment Above. Would like to retire. INQUIRE AT 117 EAST FIRST AVENUE, MONMOUTH, IUINOIS

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