Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 2, 1973 · Page 9
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Miss Jan ice Eyler. • i As music filled the sanctuary of the first Lutheran Church in Monmouth, the guests for the wedding of Miss Janice L. Eyler and Albert Algren, were seated by Chris Algren and Mark Algren, brothers of the bridegroom, Handy Eyler and Gary Eyler, brothers of the bride, all of Monmouth. Rev. Gerald L. Youngquist read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Eyler of near Monmouth and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Theodore Algren, 407 N. 11th St., Monmouth, at 7 p.m. after the organ prelude by Mrs. Lloyd Arthur of Monmouth, aunt of the bride. Best man was Mark Barnes of Monmouth. Groomsmen included Charles Shawver, Grant Minor and Gregg Ball, all of Monmouth. Pianist was Richard Johnson of Monmouth, and soloist and guitarist, Mrs. David Meadows of Monmouth. Attendants Miss Diane Eyler, sister of the bride, maid of honor, Monmouth, Miss Cindy Anderson of Bloomington, Miss Joan Koch of Peoria, and Miss Jane Gibb of Terre Haute, Ind., cousin of the bride, bridesmaids, were in identically styled dresses of satin and chiffon with appliques of flowers. The maid of honor was in lavender, and the bridesmaids in pink carried white baskets of lavender and pink * daisies with white gypsophila. Flower girl was Amanda Asplund of Oneida, and ringbearer Doug Carlson, cousin of the bride. Randy and Gary Eyler, brothers of the bride, served as acolytes. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Eyler selected a gown of white organza and Chantilly-type lace, with Nottingham scalloped lace forming the pinafore effect. The empire A line silhouette skirt was styled with a chapel length train. Illusion veiling was caught to a Camelot headpiece with clusters of Alencon lace petals trimmed with irides- cents. Miss Eyler carried a bouquet of white and lavender pompons and daisy pompons with pink roses and lavender and pink ribbon streamers. ~ Reception Hosts at the reception which followed in the Fellowship Room of the church were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carlson of Roseville, uncle and aunt of the bride. Miss Judy Carlson, cousin of the bride, Monmouth, was at the guest book. Honors were accorded Mrs. Tom Reynolds, Mrs. Gary Higbee, both of Monmouth, Miss Debbie Under of Galesburg, Mrs. Dave Bohnenkamp of West Point, Iowa. Gifts were arranged by Miss Diane Cruce of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Algren (Miss Janice L. Eyler) * LET'S CO it on Thunday, July 19th. Spend a pleasant lull day In Monmouth, 111. 1. Attend 1 hr. cooking class — Instructor Chef Paul; 2. Have a Gourmet lunch at the Cooking School;; 3. Hear about Monmouth History 4- a tour. Ph. 342-4856 for reservations due by July 18th. Limited to 24 people. Air Conditioned New Randelt Bus. Chicago and Mrs. Jerry Cokel of Kirkwood. After a wedding trip to Minnesota and July 7, the couple will reside at 710Mi E. Archer Ave., Monmouth. A graduate of Warren High School and the American Institute of Commerce, Davenport, Iowa, Mrs. Algren is employed by McLaughlin and Hatiery, Lawyers, as a legal secretary. Her husband, a graduate of Monmouth High School, attended DePauw University where he was a member of Sigma Nu fraternity. Mr. Algren, who will attend Monmouth College, is employed at DeKalbs in Mon mouth, Miss Marian K. Gillette . . . Miss Marian K. Gillette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gillette, 1743 N. Broad, and Dennis Edward King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward King, 1102 E. Fifth St., exchanged wedding vows Juno 14 at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Rev. Stephen B. Harney read the double ring ceremony at 11 a.m. for the couple in the presence of the immediate families. Attendants for the couple were Mrs. Sheryl Peterson and David Howland. Miss Gillette, escnrted by her father, chose a dress styled with empire waist, A-line skirt and matching jacket and wore a gold locket belonging to her mother. Fingertip veiling of Alencon lace was caught to a headpiece of organza rosebuds and pearls. The bride carried a cascade of yellow roses and Miss Van Dell- (Continued From Page 8) church, the couple left for a wedding trip through the northern states. The newlyweds will reside at Cheektowaga, N.Y. Mrs. Bohne Jr.* a graduate of Galesburg High School, was employed at Frost Top, Knok- ville, and Lincoln Street A & W. Mr. Bohne Jr., a graduate of Maryvale High School, Cheektowaga, N.Y., served with the Navy aboard the USS Kitty Hawk and at the Naval Magazine on Guam. He's employed at Anchor Concrete, Cheektowaga, N.Y. When You Know It's For Keeps It J CAROLINE "It's Nyman's For Diamonds" CHELSEA white carnations with green and white ribbon streamers. Mrs. King, a graduate of Al Wood High School is employed by Home Savings and Loan Association. Her husband, a graduate of McKinley High School and St. Louis Junior College, St. Louis, Mo., served four years in the Air Force. He is employed by Burlington Northern Railroad. After a wedding trip the couple will reside at 65 Locust St. Attendants Carry White Beaded Purses Attendants at the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Fleming | on June 9 carried white beaded purses as the accent for their gowns of pink flocked organza over taffeta. The maid of honor, Miss Di- aii\j Coleman, cousin of the bride was in lavender, and the bridesmaids, Miss Susan Bell, Miss Barbara Cowan, Miss Patricia Gatlin, Miss Debbie Roberson, and junior bride- maid, Miss Sherry Cole man, sister of the bride, were in pink. Each had white flop hats with lavender and pink ribbons. Mrs. Fleming, given in marriage by her father, was in a white satin gown with lace trim from the wedding band collar to the hemline of the skirt, which formed a sweep train. Her wide brimmed hat had white satin ribbons. The attendants' dresses and the bride's dress were fashioned by the bride's stepmother, Mrs. Morris Coleman. Mrs. Fleming carried a pink and lavender pompon bouquet with lace streamers. ! The wedding took place at the Sheraton Motor Inn. Miss Van Trunip- (Continued From Page 8) About People, Places... Stephen E. Jordan, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Jordan, 419 Jefferson St., is a 1973 graduate of the College of Medicine at the University of Iowa. Convocation ceremonies for the Medical School graduates was held at Hancher Auditorium on May 24, and University Commencement on May 25 at the University of Iowa Field House. Jordan is a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Chapter of the University of Iowa and the Phi Beta Pi Medical Fraternity. Dr. Jordan is now serving his internship at Hennepin County Hospital, Minneapolis, Minn. Leonard A. Byerly Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Byerly Sr., 1409 N. Cedar St., has gone out under the church planting program of Bob Jones University to pioneer an independent fundamental church in Fairfield, N.Y. Mr. Byerly recently received a certificate from the three- year institute of Christian Service at the university and has been trained in BJU's (Church Planting Outreach Program under the direction of Rev. Charles Underwood, a veteran church builder now on the faculty. During the first year of pas- toring the young church, Mr. Byerly will receive from the university part of his salary as well as counsel in establishing the work. By its second year of operation the church is slated to become autonomous — self- supporting and running its own affairs. A graduate of Galesburg High School and a Vietnam veteran, Mr. Byerly and his wife, the former Sally Watkins of Galesburg, will move up to Fairfield sometime this month. Miss Vickroy- Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Monday, July 2, 1973 9 ' (Continued From Page 8) were the accent for the bride's bouquet of yellow, and white daisies which she carried as the floral accent for her gown of antique ivory polyanza accented with Venice lace. Lace in a formal Grecian pattern formed the bodice and the upper portion of the full Camelot sleeves and the cuffs. The double layered skirt was softly gathered at the waistline and accented by a large self-fabric bow to which a detachable chapel length train was caught. Three-tiered ivory illusion veiling was caught to a (Juliet cap. The bride was given in marriage, by her father. The reception followed at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Monmouth, where guests were • asked to sign the bride's book I by Miss Arm Marie Fritzel, the bridegroom's sister, Galesburg. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Steve Swanson, Galesburg, Miss Paula Johnson, Rio and Mrs. Bruce Fitzgerald, Macomb. I Honors were accorded Mrs. Ron Metz of Normal, Mrs. Steve Coelker of Normal, Miss Sue Mayer of Loaf River and Miss Marcia Olson of Barlville. After a wedding trip to New Orleans, La., the couple will reside at 88 N. Arthur Ave. Mrs. Fritzel, a graduate of Monmouth High School and Illinois State University, where she was affiliated with Gamma Kappa co-operative, will be a member of the faculty at Costa Catholic School this fall. Mr. Fritzel, a graduate of Costa High School and Carl Sandburg College, is employed in the accounting department of Dick Biick Co. 1948 Weeh fJor 25tlt Reunion ^alurday. Events At Holiday Inn Mrs. Shirley Hutmachcr Greaney, Houston, Tex., center, registers her former classmates at the Galesburg High School Class of 1948 Reunion Saturday at the Holiday Inn, From left are Merle Baldwin, Don Parke, Mrs. Greaney, Mrs. Christine Tcmpleton Poole, and Mrs. Richard (Phyllis Dyer) McKillip. Silver tankards filled with flowers and silver steins on gold table covers decorated the banquet room of the Holiday Inn for the silver reunion Saturday of the Galesburg High School class of 1948. Class members and guests met at 2:00 in the afternoon for registratrion, social hour and cocktails. Name tags in the shape of graduation caps complete with silver and gold tassels were presented to each one as well as silver covered reunion booklets with a current listing of each classmate. A hospitality table centered by large punch bowl, a bulletin board with pictures of the past and present and a display of old yearbooks and school newspapers were all part of the afternoon's entertainment. A buffet dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. Master of ceremonies for the banquet was Dave Hix who introduced Miss Sylvia Ryin, dean of girls at GHS in 1948, who gave the invocation. Following the dinner other sipeoial guests were introduced. William Goodwin, dean of boys in 1948 reminisced about the boys in the class and some of his bwn experiences with the group. Roy Damiberg ifirom the Miss Schoonover (Continued From Page 8) Mr. and Mrs. Harmon will reside in Alexis after July 11. Mrs. Harmon, a graduate of AlWood High School, who attended Western Illinois University, was employed at Rowe Manufacturing Co. Her husband, a graduate of Aledo High School, also attended Western Illinois University. He's self- employ ed. SWEET ADELINES Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines will rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Trinity Lu -j theran Church. There will be noi board meeting. I Scallpped sequined Chantilace trimmed the bride's A line empire styled gown of organza over bouquet taffeta, styled with a circular chapel length train. Cathedral length train veiling was bordered in matching scalloped lace. Flower girl was Lynette Simpson of Lee Center, cousin of the bride. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church. Following a wedding trip, the couple will reside at lOBVz E. Meek St., Abingdon. Mrs. Buchen, a graduate of Abingdon High School, will attend Carl Sandburg College in the fall, as will her husband, a graduate of Bushnell-Prairie City High School. Mr. Buchen, who recently completed a tour of duty with the Navy, is employed at Briggs Manufacturing in Abingdon. VESTA REBEKAH LODGE Vesta Rebekah Lodge meet- iv.ig scheduled for Wednesday has been cancelled because of the holiday. MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 309/342-55M Alter Six, Lord Weil, Palm Beach Register for Fret. Honeymoon to l.as Vegas 10 Weil Main St.. Caleiburg /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY SALON WAVE Reg. $17.50 BODY WAVE ORGANIC Appointment Not Always Necessary ORGANIC PROTEIN . Fully Guar«ni«wd 12 S0 *15 1 208 HILL ARCADE Phone 342-3015 1948 faculty and his wife were special guests and Mr, Damberg, also spoke to the class. Mr. Hix reported lihat the class had 17 attending from out of state wibh one state, Arkansas, having 100 par cent representation with its only '48 grad, Larry Tompkins, attending. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Filich were given the award for coming the farthest, having driven from Los Angeles, Calif. Special awards were presented to Bill Spencer and Bolb Pitbing- tion. Ed Quick was presented an award for having the youngest baby and Charles Hughey won the awaird for the most grandchildren. Prizes were also presented to Mrs. Don (En*ma Sharp) Johnson, Bob Stevenson, Gerald Wcese, Mrs. Ida Todd Brown, Mi's. Robert (Patricia Brown) Rekl, Mrs. Minor (Mildred Froniabargor) Donaldson, Mrs. Don (Cora Ann Ma fchais) Parke, and Bob Baker. A dance tarn 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. dliiimaxed the evening with music by the Founmost Band. Joe Little served as general chairman for the reunion. Othr er officers were Mrs. George (Betty Benson) Shannon, secretary; and Mrs. Pihiil (Jean Bonesteel) Redingbon, .tireasur er, who also maintains the permanent file of all class members. Members of the planning committee for the reunion were Mrs. James (Marilyn Cook) Leahy, publicity; Bill Hughey and Gale Hamman, bulletin board; Mrs. McKilitip, registration; Mrs. Poole, naimc tags; Dick Sandburg and Mrs. George (Betty Benson) Shannon, reunion book; Mrs. Ray (Vorna Larson) Jonahscn, decorations; Miss Dolores Little, hospitality table; Mrs. Marvin (Marie Pumiphrey) FJiekingor, awards; Mr. and Mrs. Don Parke, scrapbook; Mrs. Rcdington atvd Mrs. Shannon, invitations and reservations; Miss Little and Mr. Shannon, dinner arrangements; Merle Baldwin, picture arrangements; and Mr. Little, entertainment. The cjass decided to hold its next reunion in five years. Miss Little was named chairman. College News... Gary Woodkirk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Wood­ kirk, KnoxvMle, has been ac- eipted in the Radiological Technology program at Carl Sandburg College. He started classes June 25. Woodkirk is a June graduate of Knoxville High School. Stephen Foshay, Ernest Shortness, and Karen Combs, all of London Mills, were named to the Dean's List for the spring quarter at Western Illinois University, Macomb. Stanley C. Conway, near Berwick, made a straight A grade point average during the spring quarter at Color ad D S'jate University, Fort Collins, Colo. A total of 184 Illinois State University graduate students completed requirements for master's degrees at the close of the spring semester. Among them are Marilyn Erickson, near Albona, Master of Arts in Spanish, and David Martin, near Alexis, Master of Science in guidance and counseling. Dr. Theodore Bedrick, registrar of Wabash College, Crawfbrdsville, Ind., has announced the names of 292 men who have earned Dean's List recognition wibh a B average or better for the 1973 spring semester. Among those cited for the distinction was Samuel Salter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis S. Saf.it.er, of near Oneida. Mary Lou England, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene England, Oneida, has been named to the Dean's List at Lincoln College, Lincoln, for the spring semester. She has been chosen as a resident assistant for the fall semester. To STEIN'S For SKIN DIVERS WATCH STRAPS Non Corrosive Stainless Steel & Assorted Colors. Perfect for $C00 Summer Wear. Only 4? Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galeiburg July Clearance WOMEN! FOOTWEAR To Values to $24.95 All Mokes Included All 1973 Styles FLORSHEIM, PENALJO, NATURALIZER TOWN & COUNTRY, CALIFORNIA COBBLERS and FANFARES Rogers Shoes 230 E. Main St.

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