Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on October 7, 1963 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, October 7, 1963
Page 9
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Gotesburg Rtglster«Moll, Golesburg, Monday, Oct. 7. 1963 9 Mr. and Mn. George Woodward (Mist Carol Wooldridge) Yluptiaid Soicmnizecl iii 'fi!i!!li!liill!iii!tp :f;,ii!i1 '' 1 IIII I II '"" 1 III I II I I iw r ing. Jon Ckurck li Mills and Mrs. Larry Nesbit, Monmouth. When they return from a short wedding trip and after Oct. 8, Mr. and Mrs. Poland will reside in Rock Island, where the bridegroom will be employed by the National Tea Co. He is a graduate of American Schools of Chicago. Mrs. Poland was graduated from Abingdon High School with the i class of 1961. '!J!>; •I Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Poland (Miss Connie Shinn) eremony In a ceremony Saturday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock in the Knoxville Methodist Church Miss Carol Wooldridge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fay A. Wooldridge, 108 Bayard Ave., Knoxville, became the bride of George Woodward, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Woodward, East Fremont Road, Galesburg. Rev. Miles Jackson Officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mis. Weldon Shreeves, at the organ console, presented tbp'; prelude as guests were seated js^d accompanied :; Mrs. Dale White, soloist. Usfiers induded.lMi|fhall Purl, Galeiburg, Lsiicifitmiphreys, Cambridge, and Jo^uV^Oley. Milwaukee, Wis., wb^ iu1w ?ierved as groomsmen. C^g^l&Mt Jr. of Independence, Mo., was best Brown peau jfewfe was worn by Miss Kristin Johnson of Chicago, maid of honor, while Mrs. Marshall Purl and Mrs. John Whi.tsitt, both of Galesburg, bridesmatrons, and Miss Krie Eckrrian, Gilson, bridesmaids, were in old gold, olive green and bittersweet orange. The dresses were fashioned with fitted bodices, having boat necklines, and peg top skirts. Scalloped veiling was caught to matching pillbox hats. Carry Pompons The honor attendant carried a cascade bouquet of gold daisy pompons .with garlands of wheat and oak leaves, and the other attendants carried bronze pompon bouquets of design similar to the maid of honor's bouquet. Snowdrift pompons centered with cymbidium orchids accented with moss green foliage formed the crescent cascade bouquet carried by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. Her wedding dress, styled and made by the bride's mother, was of ivory peau de soie fashioned with a fitted bodice, having long sleeves and a bell shaped skirt. Reembroidered Alen- con lace appliques decorated the rounded v neckline, hemline and $ead at ^J^noxuiiie detachable chapel train. Alencon, lace also marked the edge of the satin pillbox hat which caught the bride's fingertip tiered silk illusion veiling. Decorative motifs of autumn hues were carried out at the reception following in the educational building of the church. Miss Sharon Woodward, sister of the bridegroom, was in charge of the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss' Pat McCoy of Knoxville, Miss Mary Mesetz of Chicago, and Mrs. Richard Skates of Chicago. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Leon Tice, London Mills; Mrs. Marvin Tice, Sandwich; Mrs. Lee Hossler, Peoro* cousins of the bride, and Mrs. Michael Barton of Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Harold King served as hostesses at the reception After Oct. 9 and a trip to Wagon Wheel Lodge, Rockton, the couple will reside at 107 N. Busey, Urbana, where the bridegroom is attending the University of Illinois. Mrs. Woodward, a graduate of Presbyterian-St. Luke's School of Nursing, will be a member of the nursing staff at Mercy Hospital, Urbana, after Oct. 14. Her husband attended Western Illinois University and both were graduated from Knoxville High School. Tri-Arts- (Continued from page 8) Marble Treatment A marble polish now comes in a push-button container. It may be used on marble tables and shelves, ceramic or mosaic surfaces. According to the manufacturer, it does not yellow or discolor are Mrs. Marie Salzberg Swanson, Mrs. Robert J. Fiala, and Mrs. D. C. Sheets; for Prairie Players, Mrs. Hacker, Mrs. Cabeen and Lou Minello. A spot announcement on the ball will be heard on both local radio stations, recorded by Charles Bennett, Mrs. Hacker, and Tom Poole. News media publicity is by Mrs. William Gerstner. The major chairmanships for the ball are being assumed this year by Civic Art League representatives, alternating in this function with the other two recipient groups of Tri-Arts ball proceeds; Knox-Galesburg Symphony Guild and Prairie Players. There will be a meeting of the general committee Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Clark Palmer, 1198 N. Prairie St. Pledging wedding vows in a double ring ceremony Miss Connie LaDene Shinn and Marshall Poland, both of Abingdon, were married at 2:30 o'clock Sunday afternoon in the Abingdon Christian Church. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Shinn of near Abingdon, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poland, 800 N. Monroe St., Abingdon. Officiating at the nuptials was Rev. Donald Hogan. Serving as her sister 's maid of honor was Miss Phyllis Shinn and bridesmaids were Miss Patricia Morris, Abingdon and Miss Nancy Nordberg, Galesburg. Pink ribbon-tied colonial bouquets of white carnations centered with deep pink Sweetheart roses and encircled with lemon leaves complemented the pink satin-faced peau dresses worn by the attend: ants. The sheath dresses had three-quarter length sleeves and oversWrts caught up in back with a single cabbage rose. Their matching hats and veils were also trimmed With cabbage roses. Carries Roses Miss Shinn also chose pink as the accent color for her wedding gown, carrying an arrangement of pink Sweetheart roses on a white Bible. Her long . sleeved chantilly lace wedding dress had a cameo neckline and fitted bodice. The bouffant, skirt was styled with a front panel of the lace and the sides and back were composed of cascading tiers of the lace. Her imported nylon illusion veiling was held by a tiara of seed pearls and sequins. Scattering rose petals in Hie bride's path was Jo Ann Ray, Maquon, flower girl. Dennis PolaH, the bridegroom's brother, was *:st man and ushers were Dean Tait r St. Augustine and Gerald Pica, Abingdon. Miss Lee Ann Lincoln, Galesburg, presented the organ prelude and nuptial music. The pink and white decorative theme was continued in the church social rooms where a. reception honoring the newlyweds followed. Sharing serving honors were Mrs. Darwin Nesbit, London Mills; Mrs. Paul Graham, Moline; Mrs. Fritz Boelkes, Galesburg; Mrs. Donald Shinn, Abingdon; Mrs. Marvin Essex, Knoxville; Mrs. Glen Heckert, London Social Announcements • « * Entertains Widows Club Members of the Widows Club met at the home of Mrs. Helen Wilson, 197 N. Cherry St, Saturday evening. The hostess was assisted in the serving of refreshments by Mrs. Hattie Gladfelter, Prize winners were Mrs. Stel la Plock, bridge; Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Athol Swigart, ca ftasta, and Mrs. Lorene Cox, bunco. WW POSTSCRIPTS Welcome Wagon Postcripts will have an evening of bridge and canasta when they meet at 7:45 o'clock Tuesday evening at the Galesburg Woman's Club house. OTA COUNCIL Wednesday at 1:30 o'clock in the afternoon the Parent-Teacher Council will meet at the Rose Hoben Welch School. Topic will be "Legislators Look at PTA." Speakers will be Richard Larson and Raymond Anderson. TRAVEL AND LITERATURE GROUP Members of the Travel and Literature Group of Galesburg Woman's Club will have a 12:30 o'clock luncheon Wednesday at the club* house. The afternoon program will be titled, "Mediterranean Cruise.!' Luncheon reservations should be called to Mrs. Leo F. O'Brien, 1238 N. Prairie St., by Tuesday noon. SINCERITY ROOSTER CLUB Booster Club of Sincerity Lodge, Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen, will meet Wednesday for a 12:30 o'clock luncheon at the American Legion Home. The luncheon will be followed by a card party. Mrs, Nan Gibson will be chairman. LWMt Luther Woman's Missionary League of Mount Calvary Luther* an Church will convene at 7:3© o'clock Tuesday evening at the church. Mrs. William Petenfter will be the hostess. WOM Women of the Moose will have Christmas in October at their Tuesday evening meeting at the Moose Lodge home. Each member is being asked to bring gifts for Mooseheart and Moosehaven. Mrs. Sandra Reed, Mooseheart committee chairman, will be in charge of the program. CHURCHILL PTA The first meeting of the George Churchill Junior High School Parent-Teacher Association will be at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. All parents are invited to take this opportunity to become acquainted with the teachers of their children. READ THE WANT ADS! 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