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i.-Ji ^jbui'fl Register-Moil,Galesburg, III. Monday, July 2,1973 The Social Side . • . Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Bonne Jr. (Miss Mary Kate Van Dell) Miss Mary Kate Van Dell . . . Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Mary Kate Van Dell, and Frederick G. Bohne Jr. on Saturday at the Advent Christian Church. Rev. Charles Rutan read the double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. for the brdde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Kenneth Van Dell Jr., 481 E. Dayton St., and the bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Bohne Sr., 54 Sandra Dr., Cheektowaga, N. Y., Best man was Robert Smith of Hamburg, N.Y. Guests were seated by Lawrence Wilson, Railph Dean and Robert Powell, and serving as groomsmen were James Kreiger of Holland, N.Y., Rick Benson and Terry Benson of Alexis. Attendants Miss Terri Wilson was maid of honor and Mrs. Christal Kinder and Miss Cynthia Van Dell, sisters of the bride, bridesmaids. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Van Dell selected an organza over bouquet taffeta wedding gown trimmed with scalloped sequdned Chantilace. The empire gown fashioned with f^eal Over the lAJeehend (iii, an empire waistline marked with narrow satin ribbon and double bow, was styled with an A line skirt. The detachable circular chapel length train, was accented with a central panel of sequined lace. Cathedral length veiling and a short blusher veil was caught to an open- crown pillbox appliqued in lace with ribbon trim. The bride carried a cascade arrangement of white roses accented in complementary bridal colors of lavender, pink, yellow and green star flowers. Kerrie Leah Kinder, Monmouth, the bride's niece, was flower girl, and Charles Van Dell, the bride's brother, acofyte. After the reception at the (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Long (Miss Elaine Witmer) Miss Elaine Witmer . . . First Christian Church was the setting for the wedding for Miss Elaine Witmer, daughter of Mrs. LaVerle S. Witmer, East Fremont Road, and Charles M. Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Long of LaHarpe, on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at 7 p. m. as Rev. Ralph Bennett read the double ring ceremony for ithe cotiple. Best man was Mike Rodeffer of La­ Harpe, and groomsman, A. C. Hardisty of Fountain Green. Guests were seated by Joseph Tristlla and David Rosenberg during the prelude by Miss Cathy Moyers, organist. Mr. Rosenberg, soloist, accompanied himself on the guitar. Attendants Attendants, Miss Kathy Fo- ganty, maid of honor, the bride's cousin, and Miss Toni Contro, bridesmaid, preceded tiie bride as she wartked with her uncle, Q. R. Sharp, who gave her in marriage. In yellow dresses with embroidered trim, each carried bouquets of long stemmed yellow roses with matching ribbon streamers. Ribbon streamers were worn in their haii". Veiling caught to a half Juliet (Continued on Page 10) Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith (Miss Beverly Thurman) Miss Beverly Thurman . . . Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Beverly Joann Thurman, daughter of Mrs. Carolyn Thurman, 125 Indiana Ave., and Richrd J. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo B. Smith, 937 Locust St., was solemnized Saturday at 2 p. m. at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony was Rev. James Rickey. Best man was Gordy Stone. Guests were seated by Jimmy Thurman and Richard Thurman, brothers of the bride. Bernard and Timothy Smith were altar boys. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church. Matron of honor was Mrs. Linda Oennison of Toulon. Walks With Grandfather Given in marriage by her grandfather, Cy Walter, Miss Thurman selected a sata-peau empire styled gown trimmed with re-embroidered lace appli -i ques. Lace was at the high col- bands on the A-line skirt with a ruffle edge, forming a circular train. Two diagonal rows of lace and ruffling trimmed the front and back of the gown's bodice. Veiling was caught to a Juliet headpiece of lace flowers and criss-cross Swiss braid. Miss Thurman carried yellow roses and white daisies with tuft and streamer accent. Mr. and Mrs. Smith reside at 105 E. Third St., East Galesburg. Mrs. Smith was graduated from Galesburg High School and Young School of Beauty. Her husband, who attended cap trimmed with small bows of seed pearls was about the shoulders of the bride's wedding gown of organza with yellow vertical beribboned embroidery trim on the bodice and sleeves. The empire line gown was styled with a chapel train marked at the waist with a small bow and streamers. Miss Witmer carried a crescent bouquet of yellow roses and white daisies. Flower girl was Lisa Arm-j strong, and ringbearer, Michael Armstrong. Guests offered fexcitations to ithe couple at a reception which followed at the Huddle Bin, where Mrs. Joseph Trisilla was at the guest book. Hostess was Miss Donna Sharp, the bride's cousin, and the bride- Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Swanson (Miss Teresa Shaver) Miss Teresa Shaver . . . Miss Teresa Jeanne Shaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alan E. Shaver, Mobile City, became the bride of Thomas R. Swanson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Swanson, 1096 Huber St., on Saturday. The double ring ceremony was read at the Bethany Baptist Church, Simmons Street, by' Rev. George Nulph at 2:30 p.m. Best man was Stephen R. Swanson of Pittsburgh, Pa., and serving as groomsmen were Greg Weech and Jim Heckel. As the prelude was presented by Gordy Weech, organist, guests were seated by Dennis Shaver, Don Shaver of Springfield, Bill Swanson and Bob D. Swanson. Soloist was Harold Snow. Attendants, Mrs. Steve Swanson of Pittsburgh, Pa., matron of honor, Miss Debbie Reed and Mrs. Jim Heckel, bridesmaids, were in multi-colored dresses with lavender, yellow and pink flowers. Attendants, who had velvet ribbon for their hair, carried cascading baskejts of mul|ti-colored daisies. Given in marriage by her father, the bride carried a colonial bouquet of white phalaenop- sis orchids and white stephanotis With gypsophila to complement her gown of white embroidered lace over taffeta. Styled with a high Victorian ruffled neckline, and long Juliet sleeves, the gown was fashioned with a wide band forming a raised bodice. The hemVne was scalloped. White illusion veiling was caught to an open crown pillbox. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the Bethany Church on South Academy Street, where gifts were arranged by Mrs. Bob Bass and Mrs. Bob D. Swanson. Honors were shared by Mrs. Harry DeHavand, Mrs. Helen Swanson, Mrs. Barbara Reed, Mrs. Shirley Weech and Mrs. (Continued on Page 10) Mr. and Mrs. Anthony E. Fritzel (Miss Debra Kay Vickroy) Miss Debra Kay Vickroy . . . Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Debra Kay Vickory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Vickory, 510 North G Street, Monmouth, and Anthony Edward Fritzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fritzel, 409 West Second St., Galesburg, was solemnized Saturday at 2 p. m. at Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for .the couple was Rev. Paul| Showailter. Best man for his brother was Michael Fritzel of Galesburg. Groomsmen included Paul Frenck, Jim Fritzel, ithe bridegroom's brother, and Patrick Polite, all of Galesburg. Altar boys were Pat Fritzel, Galesburg, the bridegroom's brother, and Mike Ivey of Monmouth. Offertory gifts were presented by Rod Vickroy, brother of the bride, and Carol Fritzel, sister of the bridegroom. Michael Lininenburger of Galesburg, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, David RandeM, also of Galesburg, Randy Vickroy and Rick Vickroy, both of Monmouth, ithe bride's brothers, seated the guests as Mrs. Marie Gabby, organist, presented the prelude. Soloists were Miss Mimi Yeransian and Jim Royer, both of Normal. Attendants Mrs. Patrick Polite, Galesburg, matron of honor, Mrs. James Wainwright, the bride's cousin, Moline, Miss Debbie Danforth, Monmouth, Mrs. Michael Linnenburger, Galesburg, the bridegroom's sister, bridesmaids, and Miss Dawn Vickroy, Monmouth, the bride's sister, junior bridesmaid, were in empire gowns of yellow floral printed polyanza trimmed with lace and yellow ribbon insertion. Each had ripple brim hats in yellow and carried baskets of yellow >and white daisies with gypsophila. Greenery and gypsophila (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Hall (Miss Kathlyn Johnson) Miss Kathlyn Johnson . . . Miss Kathlyn Anne Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard M. Johnson, Altona, and Douglas Albert Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Hall, Moline, exchanged wedding vows Saturday at the Immanuel Lutheran Church in Altona. Rev. Milton P. Englehardt read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 2 p.m. lar, rining the cuffs of the full I Galesburg High School, is em- Bishop sleeves and formed ployed at Gates Rubber Co, The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected an empire satin and nylon chiffon gown with lace trim, and white chiffon veils accented with lace. She carried a bouquet of yellow Sweetheart roses and white daisy pompons with orange gladioli florets. Attendants Mrs. Larry Olson, Oneida, was matron of honor for her sister. Bridesmaids were Miss Cathy Boyer, Peoria; Miss Sharon Schiapkohl, Mason City, Iowa; Miss Cheryl Johnson, Al­ tona, the bride's sister. Sonja Scott, Rock Island, and Kristal Hall, Coyne Center, the bridegroom's nieces, were flower girls. Kurt Hall, Coyne Center, nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Robert B. Hall, Coyne Center, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Bruce Hall, the bridegroom's brother, Rochelle; Randy Erickson and William Hallgren, both of Moline. (Continued on Page 10) Mr. and Mrs. Gary Harmon (Miss Raye Ann Van Trump) Miss Raye Ann Van Trump . . , Alexis United Presbyterian Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Raye Ann Van Trump, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Van Trump of near WoodhuJU, and Gary Lee Harmon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Paulsgrove of Aledo, on Friday. The double ring ceremony was read at 6 p. m. by Rev Richard J. Harken Bitter guests had been seated by Steven Van Trump of Woadhuli, brother of the bride, and Michael Miller of Alexis, brother-in-law of the bride. Larry Harmon of Arlington Heights was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Dennis Brokaw, Patrick Dowdail, both of Galesburg, and Steven Williams of Aledo. Preceding ithe bride, as she walked with her father, who Igave her in marriage were Mrs. jMichael iMilier, sister of the wide, Alexis, matron of honor, Mrs. Dennis Brokaw, Galesburg, Mrs. Danny Van Fleet, Lomax, and Miss Kathy Montgomery, Gales/burg, cousin of the bride, bridesmaids. Flower girl was Leondra ©laser of Aiedo, niece of ithe bridegroom, 'and ringbearer, Brent Dahl of Alexis. After the reception at the church, the couple left for a wedding trip to Florida. (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs, Barry Lee Buchen (Miss Sheri Schoonover) Miss Sheri Schoonover . . . Wedding promises were exchanged by Miss Sheri Lee Schoonover, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Schoonover, 305 N. Cedar, Abingdon, and Barry Lee Buchen, son of Mrs. Carol Eaton of Bushnell and Robert Buchen of Littleton, Colo., on Saturday. The double ring ceremony was read at the Abingdon Christian Church by Rev. Donald Hogan. Best man for the bridegroom, nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gordon of Bushnell, was Bill Peacock of Abingdon. Ushers were Jack Heimel Jr., cousin of the bridegroom, and Terry Eaton, brother of the bridegroom, both of Abingdon. Serving as groomsmen were Jim Ryan and Craig Andrews, both of Abingdon. Jamie Ryan of Abingdon, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. Attendants Serving as maid of honor for] her twin sister was Miss Teri Schoonover of Abingdon, and serving as bridesmaids were Mrs. Pat Sharp of Galesburg and Miss Connie Barnes of Avon. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Schoonover carried a colonial bouquet of pink roses, white stephanotis and miniature lavender carnations with gyp­ sophila accent as she walked to the altar to pledge her vows. (Continued on Page 9) I,

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