Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 9, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 9, 1973
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8 (Stolesburg Register-Mai I, Golasburg, II The Social Side . . . Monday, July 9, 1973 Vows Are Pledged, Promises Exchanged • I Mrs. Gregory Keller (Miss Elizabeth Butts) Miss Elizabeth Butts . . . Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Elizabeth A. Butts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril W. Butts, 715 Monmouth Blvd., and Gregory Patrick Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Keller, Riverdale, Iowa, was solemnized Saturday at Corpus Christi Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double : ring ceremony for the couple at ' 2 p.m. was Rev. James Grubb, 'St. Anthony's Church, Daven'•port, Iowa. David M-assey, Dav• enport, was best man. Grooms- 'men were Mark 'McGinn, Bettendorf, Iowa, and William ; Baynham, Westport, Conn. • Miss Butts designed and • made her gown of candlelight satin accented with Peau Dance Galloon lace on the bodice and cuffs, and fashioned with silk ' organza sleeves. Her silk illusion veiling was caught to a Juliet headpiece. The bride car- 'ried a bouquet of white roses. Miss Bridget Butts, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Miss Barbara McMiilin, Sterling, and Miss Nancy Bradford, were bridesmaids. Ushers were the bride's broth' ers, Cyril W. Butts Jr. and Robert J. Butts. After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the church. The newlyweds plan to take a wedding (trip in August to New England. Mrs. Keller, is a graduate of Costa High School and Marycrest College, Davenport, Iowa. Her husband, a graduate of Westport, Conn., High School, is a student,at Marycrest College. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howie (Miss Shirley Tackett) Miss Shirley Tackett . . . The Ellisville Church of the Nazarene wus the scene June 30 for the wedding of Miss Shirley Tackett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Tackett of Prairie City, and Thomas Howie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester T. Howie of Campbell Hill. Rev. Efton Elliott read the double ring, -— —;—rr—~,— r, ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Robert acce , nted ^-embroidered Alen- Bobby was best man. Guests'™ 11 lace - Appliques were on the were seated by Brace Abskeer Mr. and Mrs. William Kerr (Miss Judy Medhurst) Miss Judy Medhurst . . . As music filled the sanctuary of the First Christian Church on Sunday for the wedding of Miss Judy Medhurst and William Kerr guests were seated by Steven Medhurst, the bride's brother, Michael Larson of Victoria, the bride's cousin, and Terry Williamson of Avon, cousin of the' . ; «r bridegroom. Vows were pledged at 2 p.m. as Rev. Ralph Bennett read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Medhurst of near Galesburg, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Kerr of near Galesburg. Best man was James Sportsman, and groomsman, Tom Reams. William Jewsbury, organist, presented the prelude and accompanied, Miss Carole Medhurst of Joy, cousin of the bride, soloist. Attendants Colonial bouquets of green and yellow carnations with streamers were carried by the attendants in mint green dresses. White picture hats completed their attire. ;Miss Mary Volk of Champaign, was maid of honor; Miss Jon W e s t f a 11 of Naperville, bridesmaid, and Miss Julie Medhurst and Miss Jane Medhurst, sisters of the bride, junior bridesmaids. Kristie Ken- nefct, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Walking with her father, who gave her in marriage, Miss Medhurst carried a colonial bouquet of orchids with gyp- sophila and streamer accent as the complement to her wedding gown of organza with Schiffli embroidery and front panel, trimmed with Venise lace. Flower bud appliques were on the yoke, having a high collar, of, the gown with its A line skirt, forming a chapel length train, which was also trimmed with Schiffli embroidery and lace Veiling was caught to a head(Continued on Page 9) Jr. of St. Louis, Mo., and Ray O'Neil of Fairview Heights. Mrs. Sharon Miller, sister of the bride, matron of honor, was in a pink A-line dress trimmed with daisies. The bride selected a sata- peau empire gown styled with high collar, ringing the cuffs and marked the bodice of the gown, with its A-line skirt, forming a circular train, also edged in lace. Shoulder length wedding veil was caught to a small hat. Beth Ann Bobby and Darren (Continued on Page 9) Come To Bill Poyner Carpet Sale At 639 S. Chambers for the Viking Tweed Kitchen Carpets This Week's Special 8 COLORS IN STOCK. Vi77 YARD FREE Estimates CALL — OPEN 9-5 - SAT. 9-1 Evening By Appointments. 342-4949 Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dunbar (Miss Cynthia Reeves) Miss Cynthia Reeves . . . After giving a long-stemmed white rose to her mother as she walked to the altar with her father, Miss Cynthia I. Reeves pledged wedding vows Friday with Douglas A. Dunbar at the United Presbyterian Church in Alexis. Rev. Richard Harken read the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Reeves, Alexis, and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Dunbar, Henderson. Mrs. Dunbar received a rose from her new daughter-in-law, following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Wilson of Alexis were the host couple for the wedding. Preceding the bride was Miss TtUutitk'Dttte /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Togch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAY Bebbi Dillbeck, maid of honor, Alexis, Miss Mary Van Winkle, Monmouth, and Mrs. David Reeves, the bride's sister-in-law, bridesmaids, Alexis. The honor attendant was in a pink chiffon gown, Miss Van Winkle in yellow and Mrs. Reeves in blue. Each wore a picture hat and carried a rose with streamers to match her dress. Miss Reeves was in a sheer organza gown accented with clusters of simulated pearls and Mrs. David L. Morse (Miss Carol Ankenbrandt) Miss Carol Ankenbrandt . . . Wedding vows were solemnized in a double ring ceremony read for Miss Carol Jo Ankenbrandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Ankenbrandt, 1824 Lowell Ave., Springfield, and David L. Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Morse, 2065 Cambridge Rd., Springfield, on Saturday. Rev. Hugh P. Oassidy read the ceremony at 1. p.m. at the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Springfield, after guests had been seated by Thomas G. Murray Jr. of Olney. Best man for his brother was John C. Morse of Arlington, Va., and serving as groomsman was Ralph Jenkins of Springfield. Raymond Kaldarmans of Springfield, was organist. Attendants Preceding the bride, as she walked with her father, were Miss Susan D. Ankenbrandt, maid of honor for her sister, Ohatsworth, and Mrs. Thomas Eardley of Bloomington, brides : maid. As the complement to their gowns of light blue trimmed with a floral print, attendants carried bouquets of white carnations and light blue daisies. Short white gloves completed their attire. A white orchid, encircled by blue daisies and trimmed with blue and white streamers, formed the bouquet carried by the bride, given in marriage by her father. Lace, which trim med the bride's wedding gown of organza over taffeta, formed the bib effect bodice, high col lar and panel on the softly gathered skirt, with its- chapel sweep train. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception, which followed at Holiday Inn East, Springfield. After a wedding trip to Florida and July 15, the couple will reside in Springfield: Mrs. Morse, a graduate of Western Illinois University, Macomb, was a member of the Galesburg High School faculty. Mr. Morse, who attended Western Illinois University, was graduated from Southern Illinois University and received his master's degree from Indiana University. He's employed by the Illinois State Library, Springfield. Mrs. John Can* (Miss Sonja Larson) Miss Sonja Larson ... After a wedding trip to Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. John Carr who were married June 30, will reside in Evergreen, Colo. Miss Sonja Elaine Larson, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Robert L. Larson, Iowa City, Iowa, became the bride of Mr. Carr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard | R. Carr, 529 Lombard St., at the First United Methodist Church, Iowa City. Rev. C. Dendy Garrett read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 3 p.m. The bride carried a bouquet of gold roses, white pompons and gypsophila as a complement to her white and yellow organza gown trimmed with ribboned Venice lace. The Aline, empire gown was fashioned with a pinafore bodice, high neckline, Bishop sleeves and pleated organza hemline. Her illusion chapel length Mantilla veil, edged with matching lace, was caught to a bandeau headpiece. Attendants The bride's sister, Mrs. David D. Krueger, St. Cloud, Minn., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Joan Lloyd, Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Angela •Seiberling, Fort Collins, Colo., and Miss Carol Swett, Boulder, Colo. Debra Venzke, Iowa City, Iowa, was flower girl. Edwin H, Betts Jr., Englewood, Colo., was best man. Groomsmen were Jack Berquist, Englewood, Colo.; Bernie Cammarata, Schaumberg, and Rudy Busch, Galesburg. Ushers were David D. Krueger, St. Cloud, Minn., and Kenneth Carr, Wheat Ridge, Colo. A reception was held at the Faculty Club, Iowa Memorial Union, Iowa City, following the ceremony. Mrs. Carr, a graduate of Stephens College, Columbia,. Mo., and Denver University, Denver, Colo., teaches art at Evergreen Junior High School Evergreen, Colo. Her husband is a graduate of Denyer University where he was affiliated with Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity. He is an auditor for Gates Rubber Co., Denver. (Continued on Page 9) * LET'S GO * on Sat., July 21 to Hone and Buggy Day»f in Knoxville. 111. Visit the Historical sites, outdoor Flea Market, Chuck Wagon meal, Parade and much more, sponsored by Knoxville Business Assoc. nnd Jr. Women of Knoxville. Price 51.50 for transportation and ins. Ph. 342-4856 for reservation. Kan, dell's beautiful New Bus. Limited to 45 passengers. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lishman (Miss Pamela Sells) Miss Pamela Sells . . . Immanuel Baptist Church, Monmouth, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Pamela Sells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred I. Sells, 1101 E. Seventh Ave., Monmouth, and Gary Lishman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lishman of near Galesburg, on Saturday. Rev. Michael Peterson read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who took a wedding trip through northern Arkansas. Best man was Roger Davis of Yates City. Guests were seated by Rodney Schraub and Chuck Schraub, cousins of the bridegroom of Pekin. Groomsmen were Michael Garrett, Sidney Thrailkill, Poncho Ramirez and Bill Egenlauf, all of Galesburg. Mrs. Beauford' Peterson, organist, presented the prelude as the guests were seated. Mrs. Berty Mabry, soloist, was accompa­ nied by Stanley Barrows. Both are from Monmouth. Mrs. Robert E. Hayes of Lansing, IM., matron of honor, Miss Kala Poplett of Galesburg, Miss Cathy Sells, Miss Vickie Sells, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Haffner (Miss Sharon Pepper) Miss Sharon Pepper . . . The Avon United Methodist Church was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Miss Sharon Pepper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Pepper, Roseville, and Gerald Haffner, son of Mrs. Floyd Haffner, Walnut Grove, and the late Mr. Haffner. Rev. Wayne Nordstrom read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. As Miss Rebecca Kipple, Monmouth, the bride's cousin, played the organ prelude, guests were seated by Sp. 4 Michael Pepper, Ft. Bragg, N. C, and David Server, Prairie City. Mrs. David Taylor, Avon, was soloist. (Continued on Page 9) (Continued on Page 9) ic LET'S GO -k on Thursday. July 19th. Spend • pUasanl full day in Monrnouth, 111. 1. Attend 1 hr. cooking class — Instructor Chef Paul; 2. Have a Gourmet lunch at the Cooking School;; 3. Hear about Monmouth History + a tour. Ph. 342-4856 for reservations due by July 16th. Limited to 24 people. Air Conditioned New Randell Bus. Have You Visited Go I es burg's Newest HOBBY and CRAFT SHOP? Large Assortment of Miniatures for Collectors Eggeury, Terrarium, Wooden Basket Purses, Collectors Boxes and Crates, Prints and Patterns For Painters or Decoupage, Doll Supplies. Chenille and many misc. items and supplies for the hobby of your choice. KREUTZER'S HOBBY HOUSE 722 N. HENDERSON ST. — PHONE 342-1549 1 ft

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