Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 5, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 13

Galesburg, Illinois
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Thursday, July 5, 1973
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14 Galesburg fieaistir-MoiL (kltibuffl, 111. Thursdoy, July 5, 1973 cene of eremonu a First United Methodist Church chapel .was the scene ot the wedding tor Mfes Patricia Carol King and James A. Johnson on .Sa^ttay ot 7 p.m. _ Dt p Joseph Hoffman read the double,; ring ceremony for the bride/daughter of the late Har­ old'King and the late Mrs. Dor* •fchf'Xing Kendall, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson, 1780 BoJrd •Ave.ue; Guests, who later attended a reception at the Huddle Inn, were seated by Ron Ifinkaon. teven Ehrenhardt served as fnm. | Matron of honor was Mrs. nVi'iliam Jchnson of near Letts, « .... Carries Roses *• For her wedding, the bride, Sive'h in xnarriaige by Mr. ^Johnson, selected a white satin ggoiwn-with silk overlay styled -with white and yelow trim at Jjhe high neckline and encircling $he waist. Completing her at- Jtire was a wide brimmed hat •wdttrr^eltow trim. Miss King ^carried a bouquet of yellow ^oses, enciroied with white and yellow daisies. • After a wedding trip the couple wifl reside at 560 E. Fifth 35t. * Both Mr. and Mrs. Johnson jwere graduated from GaJesburg »High School. Mrs. Johnson is ^employed at Eagles and her husband, at Dick Bfick Co. iWedding IWUl Be ISiytday » Miss Judy Medhurst and Wil- 5iam7 JKerr, whose engagement .was "announced previously, have ^selected Sunday as their wedding date. Vows will be ex- Jchanged at 2 p.m. at the First i Christian Church. All friends *and relatives are invited to the *j:eremony and reception to follow at the church. £ the-bride-elect is the daughter TtfJAr. and Mrs. Ward Med- fhuijst; of near Galesburg, and -her*4iance is the son of Mr. £and Mrs. James Kerr, of near ^Galesburg. ' Mr. and Mrs. James A. Johnson (Miss Patricia King) Couple Reside in Lawrenceville Wedding vows were pledged by Mrs. Barbara Strom, daughter of Mrs. Rita Walker, 585 Arnold St., and Charles E. Billingsley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Billingsley of Lawrenceville in the bridegroom's home on Sunday. Rev. Gary York of the Central Christian Church of Lawrenceville read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who were honored at a reception at the Elks Club, Lawrenceville, following the ceremony. Best man for his brother was Larry Billingsley of Lawrenceville. Matron of honor was Mrs. Larry Billingsley of Lawrenceville, sister-in-law of the bridegroom. Mrs. Strom selected an old- fashioned long lace dress over .\avender for her wedding. Lavender velvet bow was the accent, and she wore a lavender picture hat. She carried a nosegay of daisies. Mr. and Mrs. Billingsley reside in Lawrenceville, where he is employed by his father's company, C. E. Billingsley Oil Driving Co. •Mrs. Billingsley, who attended Knox College for two years, where she was affiliated with Phi Mu sorority, was employed in the Engineering Department at Butler Manufacturing Co I I HIGH SCHOOL & JR. HIGH PENNANT CHARMS $195 T ALSO CLASS YEAR CHARMS Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg I I Her husband, who attended Vincennes University, Vincennes, Ind., served a two-year tour of duty in the Army. Miss Finley(Continued From Page 13) lish iHusaon veiling was caught to a lace Queen Anne cap trimmed with sequins and seed pearls. Miss Fdniey, escorted by her father, carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds, daisies and gypsophila. Mrs. Douglas Hooper, twin of the bride, Larwton, CHda., matron of honor, Miss C'Ann Donaldson, cousin of the bride, Snyder, Tex., Miss Nancy Corn and Mass Linda Yard* brough, Miami, bridesmaids, were in blue organza gcwns flocked with pink, having blue and pink velvet ribbon sashes. Each had matching hats; trimmed with pink velvet ribbon, and each earned nosegays of pink rosebuds, tiny white carnations and gypsophila. Among the guests were grandparents of the 'bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Groves of Des Moines, Icwa, and Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Glasman cf Sun City, Ariz. . Guests offered feUicdtations to the couple at a reception which Iclllowed in the home cf the bride's parents. After their wedding rtriip to Tan-Tar-A Resort, Lake of the Ozarks, the couple will reside at 1-324 Lamoine Village, Macomb, where ithe bridegroom is a junior at Western Illinois University. RNA The Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors cf America, will meet this evening ait 8 p.m. in the IOOF HaM. Couple Promises The Williamsfield United Methodist Church was the set* ting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Betty Grubb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Grubb, Yates City, and Ed Sherman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sherman, Maquoh. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 2 p.m. by Rev. Phillip Snider. Guests were seated by Eugene Grubb, the bride's brother, Farmington, and Ben German, Yates City. . Preceding the bride were her sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard Grubb, matron of honor, rural Gilson; Mrs. Gary Williams and Miss Sarah Jean Booth, bridesmaids, both of Yates City, all of whom wore orchid georgette chiffon empire gowns and orchid flower . headpieces. Each carried a colonial bouquet of yellow and lavender carnations accented with gypsophila and lavender streamers. The bride selected an organza over bouquet taffeta empire gown enhanced by scalloped, sequined Chantilace on the bodice, high collar and A-line skirt. A narrow satin ribbon encircled the raised bodice, with a tiny double bow in the front. Her detachable fully lined circular chapel-length train, topped by a large organza bow, was ac- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sherman (Miss Betty Grubb) cented by a central panel of the sequined lace. Her short blusher veil and cathedral-length mantilla train-veil were caught to an open-crown Camelot headpiece, appliqued in lace with ribbon trim. Miss Grubb carried a bouquet of white carnations with yellow pompons and gyp­ sophila, centered with a lavender orchid. Richard Grubb, the bride's brother, Gilson, was best man. (Continued on Page 15) Normal Is Scene of Wedding The First united Methodist Church, Normal, was the scene of the wedding for Mrs. Mary Elizabeth fieeton, daughter of Mr\ ind Mrs. fuiHtM ftutledge of Anchor, and Arthur JtiWkm Frittch. soft Of MrY and Mrs. Raymond Fritsch, 1555 Clay St., on June IS at I pin The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Gordon White. During the organ prelude by Mrs. Normati Breen, organist, guests were seated by Overhart of Hotfhitl Given in marriage by her father, Mrs. Beeson fashioned and made her empire gown of off-white crepe and embroidered lace sleeves. She carried a nosegay of blue carnations and Demonstration Contest Will Be Friday The annual Home Economics 4-H Foods Demonstration Contest witt be held Friday morn- fng at the Trinity Lutheran Church. Ten gkte in the age group Iran 9 through 11 will participate in a special contest. The first demonstration will star* at 9 a.m. A half-hour break will come at 10:30 a.m. after which winners of the first contest will be announced. Seventeen older 4-H girls will compete — starting at 11 a.m. —the final demonstiration will start at 1:40 p.m. State Fair winners and alternates will be picked from the latter group. white Sweetheart roses. Miss Lowde $olendef of Normal was maid of honor. Best man was Virgil Mason of BJoomington. f , A reception followed at the Jerr yihome of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fritsch of Hudson, brother and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, hosted by Mr. and Mrs. Rutledge, her parents. Mrs. Fritsch was graduated from Octavia High School and Mr. Fritsch from Galesburg Senior High. He afco attended Millikin University at Decatur. After a Wedding trip to 'the southern states the couple Will reside in Bloomdngton. Parents Announce Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Harold Anderson of Bishop Hill announce the marriage of their daughter, Delores, to Michael Todorovich of Chicago. Mrs. Todorovich attended Bishop Hill and Galva schools and is employed as assistant to the director of catering at the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago. Her husband was educated in Europe and is self-employed as a decorator. The couple is residing at 4140 North Paulina, Chicago. Summer Sale Spring "* Summer Merchandise OFF '•• ire Costumes, Dresses - Short and Long Pant Suits, Summer Purses, Summer Jewelry - All Weather Coats 1 Rack Dresses $ 5 and $ 10 Values to $50.00 1 Rack Slocks & Print Blouses *10°° FASHIONS and FURS 444 f. Main St. Downtown Galesburg l^/^^T?m IMJLVI'', tiHiM -rl'.' 1 . mm miifi'u mm) . ft Hi ,'JVi tmW\Si WHILE QUANTITIES LAST COOL SHIFTS tea. 1.99-3 Days 2.SZ SHELL TOPS ffef. J .t 1-3 Days 3.33 PADDED BRA fee. 1.56—3 Days 1.17 GOWNS «eg. 2.19-3 Days 1.62 Sleeveless summer. Colorful nylon pull* Fiber* filled cups: Nylon waltz style, E xce "ent assortment of bright sum- cottons. S -M-l 'XU ewers in S-nVLSovel polyester / cotton, color choice. S -XXxl mertime prints to choose from. Beach Towels Premium quality, 100% soft bsorbant cotton KNIT SHIRTS ROLUJP HATS "TRAINERS" ffesr. £22-3 Days lef. l.*7-3 Days ft* ••«-* Days 2 J3 1.27* 58V Men's nylon knit Rayon or cotton, la Absorbent cotton/ dress styles, 14K*l 7. thee 6V7K. Save, pojyoster pants. V.llow/blut trim] 31" tMe "HOT CYCll" 8e96 •eg. I0.»e 3 Days Molded plastic. 16" front wheel. Adjustable seat. 33tt"xC4" Cotton terry woven* * Checked. 12 x 14". COOKY SALE Krtsge s tow Mce 4r >ks». V 4 >to 13-oz.' pock* ages, Wide variety, PUNTERS ' l p^ m KBV J PEANUTS C it On.' Dryroasled with* out oil or sugar. Well? CnarfltM 48c 1.48 KEG. 57c Cookout Necessity Plastic liners for 2Q-or30ggl, cons. Chhkmn Chow M*ln/Chinese Noodles, Rite, Roll.,**74c El SALE EXPIRES JULY 7 S. S. KRESGE COMPAN Y C«i,i.|r>l9 S. 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