Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on June 27, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, June 27, 1973
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• L Galesbum Register*Majl, Golesbur Wednesday, June 17 ou anae Miss • i • 4 4 r - >vMiss Cathy Sue Smock and Gary E. Reynolds, both of Mom- itrouth, exchanged wedding promises Sunday, at 7 p.m., at ffifin First Christian- Church, Monmouth. ^•Ttev. Ellis Beeman, officiated at the double ring ceremony for f'hUlbride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville E. Smock and and bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond L. Reynolds, aJftof Monmouth. Quests were seated by Randy Carlson of Oquawka, and M\h Gillaland of Monmouth, also served as candle- *4§ r * 4 I * * to**-' . **** 5T-^ , - -* r. XT* I 4 •A' * 4i - i' • A-* ^ - "t. F * -1 'I 4- + . trtu &** - + \vh& Inters. ,7 K*bnneth Reynolds of Mon, brother of the bride- 0 , , was best man. Edwin 0. Smock, brother of the bride, a«ji Rex Albert, both of Mon- ffl^fch, served as groomsmen. Preceding the bride to the al* <tai%were three attendants, Miss Donna Icenogle, maid of honor, Mrs. Bill Renken, sister of the;bride, and Miss Joy Lovdahl, tfie' bridesmaids, all of Mon- xittJliih. Escorted by her faither, who Iso save her in marriage, the wore a modified empire gown of imported silk organza Brusselis lace. The raised brim, accented by re-embroid #0^ 2 and long fitted sleeves yme fashioned of Smock lace English net with cuffs and ^Sband-up collar of crystal fleeted organza. The A-line which formed a circular M!?f)eWongth train, was appli- oucd in lace and ended in a deep scalloped border all around the skirt and train. The bride's large brimmed high crowned picture hat of matching white was fashioned of p*eated or- Miss Sue Josephson •.. St. John's Oathofc Church Galvia, was .ilihe setting for the nTOn wedding- of Miss Sue Jo sephawv daughter otf Mr. ani Mrs. Russell Josephson of near Gal via, and Steven Hoffmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hoffmann off DyersviWe, Iowa, on Saturday. Rev, James Hancock of the First United Methodist and Rev. Lee Bales of St. John's Catholic Church officiated ait the double ring ceremony, Kenny Willenborg of Dyersville, Iowa, was best man, and Paul Wilhelm and David Kintzle,: both of Dy ersvalle, Iowia, groomsmen. Guests, who later attended a dinner reception 'at Epworth Hall, First United Methodist Church, Gal via, were seated by Paul Thier and Bill Wilhelm, hri'h of Dyersville, Iowa. Miss Carol Steiner of Kankakee, maid of honor, Miss Pat Jones and Miss Pat Nicholls, 'bridesmaids, preceded the bride down the processional aisle. Given in marriage by her parents, Miss Josephson carried "sniotw shower" bouquet of white miniature carnations with statice and gypsophila as the complement to her gown of •Wctoil fatSiin,-styled with lace on (he bodice and upper* sleeves, cuffed in lace. Lace also trimmed the skirt and detachable train of the gown fashioned by the bride. Ballerina veiling was and Mrs. Gary Reynolds (Miss Cathy Smock) ganza in two layers, on the ringbearer and flower girl, re- ered large ChanUlly rose appli­ ques, and tiny rosebuds and leaves in Venice lace. A roll of smallpr Venice appliques ringed the base of her crown. The back was accented by a large tulle bow and streamers. The bride's nosegay bouquet was a white )rchid with yellow carnations, white daisies, and gypsophila. John Renken, nephew of the bride, and Miss Debbie Renken. niece of the - 4—: - v A reception was held in the social room of the church following the ceremony. Upon their return from a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 925 South B St., Monmouth. The bride, a graduate of Monmouth High School, is employed at Professional Chefs. The bridegroom, also a Monmouth High School graduate, is employed at Gale Products in bride, were the'Galesburg. and Mrs. Steven Hoffr (Miss Sue Josephson) caught to a circular headpiece of matching sa'tin and lace. After ta wedding trip to Florida and July 1, the couple will reside at 3322 Louise ' Street, Rockford. A graduate of Galva High School and Illinois State University, Mrs. Hoffmann is a first grade teacher ait Loves Park, Her h usbanid, a g-raduate of Xavier High School, Dyersville, Iowa, is employed at W. F. and John Barnes. Rockford. Miss Janis Pestle Miss Janis Le Ann Pestle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester L. Pestle of Good Hope, and Jeffrey C. Anderson of St. Augustine, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson of St. Augustine were married at a 7 p.m. double ring ceremony Saturday at the Church of God of the Abrahamic Faith in Macomb. Itev. John Carr officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected a white organza and Venice lace gown for her wedding. The fitted bodice of Venice lace had a scalloped portrait neckline and was scalloped over the waist. Camelot sleeves were fashioned witlj sheer organza fullness between the fitted lace upper sleeves and the elongated fitted lace cuffs, with scalloped edge. Circular organza skirts were softly gathered at the sides and back and enhanced by a hemline ruffle. An open-crown pillbox held the bride's double-layered illusion Mantilla train-veil in cathedral length, completely bordered in the identical Venice lace. She carried a linen hand- gggContinued 011. Page 15) Mr. and Mrs. J. C Anderson (Miss Janis Pestle) Church Miss Deborah VanGetson St. John's Oathol Woodhutl, was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Deborah VanGetson and Jeffrey Kelly. Rev. Richard Bresmahan read the ceremony «t 2 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward VanGetson, Woodhull, and bridegroom, son of Mrs. Joanne Kelly, Palm Springs, Calif., and the late Ralph Kelly of Alpha. The bride selected a sheer gown with modesty certited with a ribbon -If I:MH ice ac- <rf Cluny lace with a self-edged raffle. A cylinder skirt was accented with circular ruffle extending into a chapel .train. Her fingertip illusion veiling was caught to a lace and pearl Juliet headpiece. She carried a bouquet of daisies and Sweetheart roses. it Bushnell Church t 7:30 p. m. as Rev. Allen Marrctt The Bushnell United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Ml9s Deborah C. Emory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Emory, Pnalrie City, and Allen L. Noltensmeier, son of Mr. (and Mrs. Asa Noltensmcier, Chandlcr- ville. Vows were exchanged ; read .the double ring ceremony for the couple. The bride selected an imported organza gown and matching Mantilla train-veil, which was double layered and completely bordered in the match- that veils trimmed Her Miss Maria VanGetson, Woodill, was madd of honor for her Bridesmaids were Mns.lser, both of Woodhull. Mike low, Rock Island; Russell lind Barton, Alpha. Miss An- sfcrom, Woodhull; Fred Forbes gela VanGetson, and Miss Lisa Chicago, and- John Kile, Kan VanGetson, Woodhull, were jun- sas City, Mo bridesmaids. Flower girl tfr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Kelly (Miss Deborah VanGetson) lor war. Miss Michelle Petrovich, Alpha. i I Bryce Anderson, Woodhull, was best man. Groomsmen were Kevin Anderson and Jim Cow- Brad Barton, Alpha, was ring- bearer. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. After a wedding her gown, were caught to an open- crown pillbox. Scalloped Alencon lace ringed her stand-up collar and headed the crystal-pleated flounce of her A-line skirt, accented by large lace appliques. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses, miniature carnations and gypsophila. Attendants Miss Teresa Emory, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Lisa Noltensmeier, • r sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. John O'Bryant, and the newlywcds will reside near Bath. Mrs. Upltensmelcr. a graduate of Bushnell - Prairie City High School, attended Robert Morris College in Carthage and Carl GaLesburg of at- Her husband, a graduate Chandlervillc High School, tended Robert Morris College in Carthage and is employed by Caterpillar in Mapleton. He also serves with the Air National Guard in Springfield. southern states, .the newlyweds will restide in Alpha. Mrs. Kelly, a graduate of Al- ucwioiuwu, *yao won man, Wood High School, attended Mo- John Emory, the bride's broth- Itr.x Lutheran Hospital school for nurses. 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