Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 3, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 8

Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, July 3, 1973
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8 <falc^.fO,Regisf^fd^^#_Qglisburfl t HI, Tuesday, July 3, 1973 J"' p Board Accepts Resignation Mrs. James Hagerty The resignation of Mrs. James Hagerty, RN, director of the Galesfburg Visifag Nurse Association for four years, was accepted by the board of the VNA at a special meeting held recently. Mrs. Hagerty will continue her association with the VNA, joining the Board of Trustees. Mrs. Hagerty was the 1971 recipient of Cosmopolitan Club's "OiMzen-of-tfoe-Year" honor, focusing attention on her nursing interests in tine community. She helped organize the Knox County Pubic Health Steering Committee and has worked on the boards af COPE and the Knox County Social Service Club and served on the advisory board for Positive Attitudes, Inc. She has most recently helped organize the CHIC Immunization Clinic and the recent pofc clinic for District 205. Receiving a science degree and teaching certificate at Mary Crest College"*'in Davenport, Mrs. Hagerty pursued pediatrics as supervisor at Mercy Hospital in Benton Harbor, Mich., practiced at Mercy Hospital in Davenport and did graduate work in pediatries in St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. Roy Nyman, LPN, will serve as acting director while the agency is seeking a replace' meant for Mrs. Hagerty. Mrs. T. J. Coffinan, president, presided at the special boiard meeting held tio act on the resignation. She also announced coffnim/ittee assignments for board members. The board met in the Community Room of Home Savings and Loian Association. Couple Will Reside In Galesburg The Parkview Church in Quincy was the setting June 24 for (he wedding of Mrs. Joan Marie Sdhwada, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Beckman, Quincy, and Francis McMahill, son of Mrs. George Lockwood, Good Hope. Rev. George Tomko read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1:30 p.m. Attendants were Mrs. Frank Marcinek, Quincy, and Ntek Cain, Henderson. Robin Hinkamper, Quincy, was flower girl. John Beckman, Quincy, was usher. The bride selected a pink crepe gown styled with an empire waist line, accented by daisies, stand-up collar, long, full beM sleeves trimmed with daisies throughout gathered to a deep cuff With looped buttonholes. Her shoulder length veil of pink bridal illusion was caught to a Camelot headpiece of white Alencon lace and pink ribbon. She carried an arrangement of long-stemmed pink American Beauty rosebuds surrounded by three tiny daisies with showers of pink ribbon. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronold Kinkamper, Quincy, the bride's brother-in-law and sister. The newlyweds will reside at 282 Aliens Ave., after a wedding trip to St. Louis. Mrs. McMahill, a graduate of Notre Dame High School, Quincy, and the Quincy School of Practical Nursing, was employed before her marriage as a licensed practical nurse at Illinois Soldiers and Sailors Home, Quincy. Her husband, a graduate of Western High School, Macomb, spent two years in the U.S. Army and is a Vietnam veteran. He is employed at Gates Rubber Co. oap Miss Marsha Reynolds ... Miss Marsha Reynolds, daugh tor of Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds, Cambridge, became the bride Of Michael Steines, <;on of Loren Steines, Altona, and Mrs. Henry Stoneking, Burlington, towa, Saturday at St. bhn 's Catholic Church, Woodhull Rev. Richard Bresnahan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 3 p .m. Guests were seated by Terry Steines, tne bridegroom's cousin, Calamus, Iowa, and Roger Nelson, Mortih Henderson. The bride was in an empire K)wn of white organza and Veni e lace fashioned with a double ruffled hemline and self- f tbric bow, at the waistline. Ribbon accented the bodice iiid puffed sleeves. She wore a sheer white picture hat trimmed with Venice lace and carried a bouquet of white Sweetheart roses and light blue carnations. Attendants Miss Janice Schultz, Wood- h ixlil, was maid of honor. Miss Sfoeri Steines, the bridegroom's „jster, Burlington, Iowa, was bridesmaid. Miss Lori Krueger, Wo.odh.uM, was flower girl. Richard Clarke, Alpha, was best man. Groomsman was Rick Steines, Alpha, the bridegroom's brother. . After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the church. The newlyweds will reside at Alpha after a wedding trip to Iowa.-. Mrs. Steines, a graduate of Orion High School, is employed as a cashier ait the Wood- Mi P1 a z a. Her husband, a graduate of Central High School, Davenport, Iowa, is em- Mrs. Michael Steines ployed as a mechanic at Wood(Miss Marsha Reynolds) hull Plaza. Mrs. Roger L. Fee (Miss Rona Davis) RALPH M. NOBLE The Ralph M. Noble Post 285 and Auxiliary will hold its joint installation of new officers Thursday at 8 p.m. at the American Legion Home. Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Mrs. Russell Watson won women's high score, and Mrs. Henry Miles, second. Men's high was won by Del French and Russell Watson won second. Grand slams jvere made by Mrs. Miles, Harry Aldus, Mrs. Lee Story, Mr. French and Mr. and Mrs. Watson. Mr. and Mrs. Watson was the host couple. Next week's hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Hienie Johnson. 40% OFF On All Summer Merchandise r Giv« a Laiy Bug Shop Clit Certificate 2 ^Tfie Lady Bug Shop Open at 9:30 a.m. Closed Wednesday PLENTY OF FREE 209 E. MAIN, KNOXVIUE Next Door to Ron 's Super I I I SAVE PARKING OXVIUE H uper Valu Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wilcoxen (Miss Ramona Hammer le) Miss Ramona Hammerle The United Methodist Church, Princeville was the setting for the wedding of Miss Ramona Marie Hammerle of Laura and Terry Wilcoxen of Farmington on Saturday. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hammerle, Mrs. Lyle Woodcock, and Stephen Wilcoxen, Farmington. Double ring vows were spoken at 7 p.m. with Rev. Richard Htickens of Buda officiating. Jack Cheeseman, Princeville, was the organist and accompanied Carl Fauth, also of Princeville, soloist. Given in marriage by her uncle, Milton Burkey of Warren, the brida selected for her wedding a gown of white Ohan- tilly lace fashioned with Sabrina neckline and long fitted sleeves cuffed with ruffled lace. Layers of pearled and sequined cascading ruffles of scalloped Chanitally lace formed the skirt that swept into a cathedral train. A Dior bow of satin held her cathedral length Mantilla of illusion edged with matching Chantilly lace. She carried a oascade arrangement of two white hybrid orchids, with stephamotis and greens. Maid of honor was Miss Harriett Coe and bridesmaids were Mrs. Becky Gufcherie, Farmington, Miss Angie Megan, Dubuque, Iowa, and Mrs. Cathy Hagard, Princeville. Norina Hunter, niece of the bridegroom, was the flower girl. Her brother, Billy Hunter, was ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Lawson (Miss Deborah Rednour) Miss Deborah Rednour ... Miss Deborah Irene Rednour, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rednour, 1197 S. Pearl St., and John William Lawson, 1661 Baird Ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lawson, Baring, Mo., exchanged wedding promises Saturday at Corpus Christi Catholic Church. Rev. J. Lynch read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 1:30 p.m. in the presence of Donnie Gutfoerie, Farmington, was best man. Groomsmen were Dan Wilcoxen, Donovan, brother of the bridegroom, Pat Clardy, Farmington, and Paul Warner, Hanna City. Larry Wilcoxen, brother of the bridegroom, Walnut, and John Anderson, WilMamsfieW, seated the guests. « A reception was held in the church Fellowship Hall, follow ing the ceremony. After their return from a wedding trip through the southern states, they will live on South Elmore Road, Laura. The bride, a graduate of Princeville High School, is employed by Home Comfort Prod(Continued on Page 9) Moving MAXINE'S FLOWERS & HANOI CRAFTS 1430 w! Main Apt. 19 (Back Door) Closed July 4 thru July U the immediate family, Attendants were Mrs. Gary Daniel, the bride's sister, and Richard L. Rupert. The bride, who walked to the altar with her father, was given in marriage by her parents. She selected her mother's wedding gown of white satin fashioned with a lace yoke and long- pointed lace sleeves. The satin skirt, made with an inverted pleat in the front, swept into a long train in back. Her shoulder length veil was caught to a band of flowers. She carried a nosegay bouquet of white daisies with pink carnations. Reception A reception was held for the couple ait the bride's parents' home after the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside at 1661 Baird Ave,, after a wedding trip. Mrs. Lawson, a graduate of Galesburg High School, is employed at St. Mary's Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Knox County High School, a /- romi&e& Miss Rona Davis • . . Hie First Church of the Nazarene was the scene' Saturday of the wedding of Miss Rona Beth Davis and Roger Ik Fee. Rev. Floyd Suman read the double ring ceremony'at 2 p. m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Ri jDavis, 780 Walnut St., Knoxville, and bride-' —- u ; • groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Fee, Warren, Ohio. Host couples for the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Braden and Mr. and Mrs. George Swing. The bride was in a gown of white silk organza and Nottingham lace over pink. The bodice was fashioned with a yoke of lace accented with a small organza ruffle, a high collar and sleeves with a layered look of lace and organza. The softly gathered skirt fell from an empire waistline belted in lace, to a chapel length train bordered in a deep ruffle. Her silk illusion veiling was caught to a lace capulet. She carried a colonial bouquet of bridal pink roses and lavender statis accented with gypsophila and stephanotis. Attendants The bride's sister, Miss Jane Davis, Knoxville, was maid of honor; Bridesmaids were Miss Anita Marsh, Mrs. Dee Wil- hams, the bride's sister, Janesville, Wis.; Miss Tfina Anderson, St. David, andjMiss Lindsay Davis, Knoxville. Flower girl was Dena Williams, the bride's niece, JanesvlUe, Wis. Robert Martin was jbest man. Groomsmen were Thdmas Fee, Warren, Ohio; Dennis Marsh, and Scott Park, Warren, Ohio. Alan Goulding, was junior groomsman. Ushers Were Mike Goulding and Terry; Anderson, St. David. , [' A reception was held for the couple at the Sheraton Motor Inn following the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside at Niles, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Fee are graduates of OJivet Nazarene College, Kankakee, and will be attending Kent University graduate school in the fall. Mr. Fee is employed at First Federal Savings and Loan Assn. in Warren, Ohio. | Edina, Mo., is employed at A, T. & Sante Fe Railway Co., Wedding Will Be July 19 Miss Sue Wong and John Tribbey, whose engagement was announced in June, have selected July 14 for their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 4:30 p.m. at the First United Presbyterian C h u r c h. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and reception to follow at the church. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Wong, 1001 E. Main St., and her fiance is the son of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Tribbey, 1430 N. Broad St. * LET'S GO it on Sat., July 21 lo Hon. and Buggy Day*! In KnoxviU.. III. Visit the Historical sites, outdoor Flea Market, Chuck Wagon meal, Parade and much more, sponsored by Knoxville Business Assoc. and Jr. Women of Knoxville. Prlca $1,50 for transportation and ins. Ph. 342-4856 for reservation. Handell's beautiful New Bus. Limited to 45 passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Tinder (Miss Vicki Cremer) Miss Vicki Cremer ... Miss Vicki Elaine Cremer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank V. Cremer, London Mills, and Jerome Allen Tinder, son of Mrs. Nedra Tinder, London Mills and the late Bernie Tinder, exchanged wedding vows June 23 at the United Methodist Church in London Mills. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 30 p.m. by Rev. David Hutton. The bride selected an empire gown of peau de soie with lace bodice and sleeves. The A-line skirt was appliqued with lace motifs accented by tiny pearls as was the detachable train. A band of lace roses encircled the hemline of the dress and train. A single veil edged in lace was caught to a lace flowered headpiece. Miss Cremer carried a bouquet of yellow, pink and blue daisies and carnations accented with white gypsophila. Attendants Attending the couple were Mrs. Earl Wilson, Rushville, matron of honor; Miss Sue Le- Gate, London Mills, bridesmaid; Cecil Ruggles, best man; Walter Rieley and Rodney E. Williams, groomsmen, all of London Mills. Angela Braten, Peoria, the bride's cousin, was flower girl, and Rodney E. Williams, the bridegroom's nephew, was ring bearer, London Mills. Cheryl Rauhiaus, Peoria, and Harlen Cook, London Mills, were ushers. A reception was held for the couple at the church following the ceremony. The newlyweds will reside in London Mills. Mr. and Mrs. Tinder attended Valley Senior High School in Fairview. He is employed by Abingdon Farm Equipment. •k LETS GO * 1 Day, Sat., July 28th to Quinilppl Island at Quincy, 111. 1. Ride Cable car to Island;'2. Tour Island by railroad; 3, Boat ride. Mark Twain land at Hannibal, Missouri. Visit the cave, boyhood home, etc Reservations due Mon., July 23, Ph. 342-4856 or 342-6715. Air-Conditioned Trailway Bus. In Marble - Wood - Leather. Handsomely Engraved. $000 FROM... £ Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg PRAIRIE PLAYERS 656 W. LOSEY PRESENTS CHILDREN* SHOWS THE CROSS ROADS July 7-8-14 & 15 BEAUTY & THE BEAST July 21-22-28 & 29 TWO SHOWS EACH DAY 1:30 p.m. & 3:30 p.m. INDIVIDUAL TICKETS 75c KJ. MAUN M . — uowniown uaiegourg mmm TICKETS AVAILABLE AT OT. JOHNSON'S \ LINDSTROM'S BURGIAND'S JC. PENNEY'S I

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