Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 16, 1973
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f The Social Sidle . . . Monday, July 16, 1973 rided an £xcli ancie Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Moore (Miss Jane Ailcne Herring) Miss Jane Herring . . . Guests for the wedding of Miss Jane Ailene Herring and Robert Allen Moore on Saturday were seated by Timothy L. Herring and Thomas B. Herring II, brothers of the bride, during the organ prelude by Mrs. Harry Neave. The nuptials at the First United Methodist Church were' solemnized as Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman and Dr. Robert White officiated at the double ring ceremony read at 7 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Herring, 1614 N. Seminary St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald White, 1414 W. Glen, Peoria. Best man for the bridegroom, son of the late Francis L. Moore, was his uncle, Larry Moore. Groomsmen included Thomas B. Herring II, brother of the bride, Michael Moore of Manitowoc, Wis., uncle of the bridegroom, and Robert Lovell. The ushers also served as acolytes. The candlelight ceremony concluded with the lighting of the wedding candle, and presentation of long stemmed red ros­ es to the mothers of the newlyweds. Attendants Preceding the bride, as she was escorted by her father to the altar, were Miss Dee Ann Herring, sister of the bride, maid of honor, Mrs. Robert Lovell, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Mary Dickeson and Miss Laura Flinn, bridesmaids. Red feathered carnations and white Snowdrift pompons accented with gypsophila were carried by the attendants, in red and white checked gingham gowns, trimmed with fluted lace interlaced with red satin ribbon. Miss Herring, who carried a slight cascade arrangement of white Sweetheart roses and red (Continued on Page 9) OW3 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rosenberry (Miss Pamela Henry) Miss Pamela Henry . . . As music filled the sanctuary of the Faith United Methodist Church Saturday, guests for the wedding of Miss Pamela Henry and Donald Rosenberry, were seated by Steve Stone and John Farris. Rev. Kenneth W. Goodell read the double ring ceremony at 2 p. m. for the bride, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Henry, 1123 S. Farnbam St,, and bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Rosenberry, 843 E. South St. Miss Patti Sanford was organist. Mrs. Pat Leeson and Mrs. Lee Wiggans, Monmouth, accompanied themselves on the guitar. Attendants Preceding the bride were Mrs. Gary Henry, the bride's sister- in-law, matron of honor, and bridesmaids, Miss Janet Peterson, Miss Connie Wolbers and Miss Sharon Dixon. Each carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of,white miniature carnations, gypsophila, red and blue star flowers and blue or red ribbons, as a complement to their polka dot seersucker halt- ,er dresses and picture hats. ,Two attendants wore red and white dresses and white hats, the other two selected blue and white gowns with blue hats. Re-embroidered Alencon lace formed the bodice and high sculptured neckline of the bride's organza gown fashioned with short pouf sleeves cuffed with Alencon lace. A wide band of the lace marked the hemline oE the A-line silhouette skirt. The chapel length train, outlined with Alencon lace, was caught to a modified Empire waist. Matching lace edged her fingertip illusion Mantilla. Miss Henry carried a cascade arrangement of white Sweetheart roses, red miniature carnations and (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. David Jacobs (Miss Diane Legge) Miss Diane Legge . . . Now on a wedding trip to the Bahamas, Mr. and Mrs. David William Jacobs, who were married Saturday at the First Baptist Church, will reside in Galesburg after July 20. Miss Diane Lee Legge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R s Legge, 1257 W. Grove St., ex ' changed wedding promisses with Mr. Jacobs, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin P. Johnson, Jr., Wataga, at 7 p. m. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple by Rev. Carlton G. Ohris- tenson. Miss Sylvia Fuga'te played the organ prelude as guests were seated by John [Jacobs, Wataga, and Mike Gilson. Miss Debbie Worden, [Knoxville, was soloist. Carries Roses Miss Legge selected an old- fashioned pinafore styled organ- lace with organza ruffling edging the lace pinafore, bodice, and cuffs. Her chapel length train was edged in Venice snowllake lace as was the hemline of her skirt. The bride's circular silk illusion veils were caught to a headihugging Juliet headpiece, appliqued in pearled Venice lace over satin ribbon. She carried a cascade arrangement of white stephanotis and yellow roses accented with gypsophila. Mrs. Mark Lohrenz, Miss Tarri Flickger and Mrs. David Federsen, bridal attendants, were in turquoise chiffon gowns find hats banded and bowed with matching satin ribbon. Each I carried bouffant colonial bou- za gown accented with Cluny quets of yellow daisies, pink miniature carnations, aqua pompons and streamers. Mike Robertson, Carbondale, was best man. Groomsmen Mr. and Mrs. John W. Tribbey (Miss Sue Wong) Miss Sue Wong . . . First United Presbyterian Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Sue Wong 'and John W. Tribbey on Saturday. The nuptials were solemnized at 4:30 p.m. as Dr. Kermit Petersen read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sunny Wong, 1001 E. Main St., and the bridegroom, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Tribbey, 1430 N. Broad St. Erst man was Jared Lacy of Normal. Groomsman for his brother was Kenneth Tribbey of Denver, Colo., and seating the guests were Todd Gamble and Rod Billings. Mrs. Tim. Guardalabene was matron of honor for her sister, while serving as bridesmaid was Mrs. Robert Shimmin of Oak Brook. Given in marriage by her father, Miss Wong carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of (Continued on Page 9) lace and a hemline ruffle. A brimmed white hat completed her attire. Miss Wong fashioned her gown and those of her attendants. Guests were asked to sign the bride's book at a reception, which followed at the church, by Miss Kati Headley. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Sam Guardalabene, Miss ;Tanya Pacheco and Miss Betty Au. After July 14, the newlyweds will reside at Buena Vista, Colo. Both Mr. and Mrs. Tribbey were graduated from Galesburg High School. Mr. Tribbey, who white Sweetheart roses with attended Eastern Illinois Uni greenery accent as the complement to her gown of bridal lege, is employed by Eby Con w ^/in* an .it i • s~\ _ m ; — T —1. satin. Ruffles were at the neck line of the, gown trimmed with Colo. 'versity and,Carl Sandburg Col- sl ruction Co., Twin Lakes, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Tinkham (Miss Frances Smith) (Miss Frances Smith . . . \ After a wedding trip to Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Tyrone Tink! ham, who were married Saturday at the First Christian Church, | will reside in St. David. j Rev. Ralph E. Bennett and Rev. Ray Sheppard, First Chris ! tian Church in Cameron, read i the double ring ceremony at { 7:30 p.m. for the bride, the for{ mer Miss Frances Marie Smith, ' daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Al i lan Smith, Lake Bracken, and {Mr. Tinkham, son of Mr. and J Mrs. Theodore Tinkham, Cam- •eron. Miss Debra Brown, the > bridegroom's cousin from Onei- Jda, was soloist. | Preceding the bride were I Miss Joyce Smith, the bride's |sister, maid of honor; Miss iKaren Kleinlcauf, Miss Bev | Kerr of Chillieothe, brides- f maids; Miss Laurie Tinkham, fthe bridegroom's sister, junior bridesmaid; and Carmen Rider of her design, fashioned by| m ond Ziegler, Mrs. Dennis Burns, of white crepe with an overskirt and bodice of lace, and long, lace sleeves. A flowing skirt was accented by white satin ribbon at the empire waistline. Fingertip veiling misting about her shoulders was also trimmed in matching lace. The bride carried a bouquet of white orchids and gypsophlia on a white Bible. Airman and Mrs. James E. Martinson (Miss Johanna Ziegler) Miss Johanna Ziegler . . . Miss Johanna Lynn Ziegler and Airman James E. Martinson exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in Altona. Rev. Carl W. Nelson of the Aledo Lutheran Church read the double ring ceremony <at 7 p.m. for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- Victoria, and bridegroom's sister, bridesmaid. bridegroom, son of Mr. andl QtThe ^T^l ? I" * It Mrs. James J. Martinson, Al- ^yen Westbay Wataga^ was . (best man, and M/Sgt. Gilbert „; . , , IK. Gravitt, San Antonio, Tex., Mass Ziegler carried a cres- ;lhe bridegroom's uncle, was Mr. and Mrs. Frederick McAlister (Miss Carol Coleman) Miss Carol Rnth Coleman . . . Wedding vows were solemnized for Miss Carol Ruth Coleman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Coleman, 1257 W. Main St., and Frederick Gene McAlister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAlister, 527 E. Carroll, Macomb, on Saturday. Rev. Francis Oman read the double ring ceremony cent bouquet of blue daisies with white ribbon accents as a complement to her organza and Chantilly lace gown fashioned with a high ruffled neckline, Bishop sleeves, and empire Aline silhouette skirt with attach„ xr u n > ea " circular chapel length train. Roger Higbee, Cameron, was iB]ue flhhm en( ! irchA §, e waist . best man. Groomsmen were the bridegroom's brothers, Tracey, Todd and Tim, all of Cameron. John Hanna was ring bearer. line and neckline. A picture hat adorned with lace and blue ribbon completed her attire. Attendants groomsman. Terry Lamberson, East Galesburg, and Brad Clay, Altona, seated the guests, who later attended a reception for the couple in the church parlors. The couple's brothers, Raymond Ziegler, and Jeffery Martinson were acolytes. Larry Gravitt, the bridegroom's cousin, San Antonio, Tex., was ring- bearer, and Wendee Weedman, the bride's cousin, Victoria, was . , ;• r i Guests, who later attended a, „,. tum unue s *he bridegroom's cousin from Uon in the church social ! Miss Lori Truelove, Victoria,; j^gin RocMord, flower girl. i .was maid of honor and Miss . ° Miss Smith was in a gown (Continued on Page 9) j Julie Martinson, Altona, the| (Continued on Page 9) for the couple at noon. Guests, who later attended a reception buffet dinner at Holiday Inn, were seated by Albert Fell, Loren Buffington of Belvidere and Terry Wiley of Waunakee, Wis. John Westfall of Waterford, Wis., was best man. Attendant Mrs. Lawrence Horaney was matron of honor for the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. Crystal pleated organza and Venice lace outlined the scoop neckline and formed the cuffs of the puffed sleeves of the bride's ivory Chantilly lace gown, fashioned with an empire waist encircled with the crystal pleated organza and lace. Rows of the pleating caught to a border of lace formed the hemline flounce of the Aline silhouette skirt, which formed a chapel train. Double tier waist-length illusion veiling was caught to a Camelot hat of Cluny lace. Miss Coleman carried a bouffant colonial bouquet of pink and white Sweetheart roses and stephanotis with gypsophila and pink streamer accent. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 60 S. Pleasant. A graduate of Corpus Christi High School and Moser Secretarial School, Chicago, Mrs. McAlister is employed at Butler (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Purchase (Miss Sheryl Hawkins) Miss Sheryl Sue Hawkins . . . Coldbrook Christian Church was the scene of the wedding for Miss Sheryl Sue Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hawkins of near Cameron, and Gerald Lee Purchase, son of Mrs. Marjorie Purchase, 460 E. Third St., and Donald Purchase, 516 N. Pearl St., on Saturday. -Wedding vows were exchanged at 7 p.m. as Rev. Tom Akers read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Brothers of the couple, Roy Hawkins of Cameron and Dean Purchase, seated the guests during the organ prelude presented by Mrs. Lonnie Johnson of near Galesburg. Soloist was Miss Janis J. Jewell oi Monmouth, who accompanied herself on the guitar. Larry Owen of Galesburg was best man, and Steve Purchase, counsin of the bridegroom, groomsman. Preceding the bride, who was given in marriage by her parents, were Miss Pam Ward, Galesburg, maid mint green and of honor in^ Miss Deann| Hawkins, Cameron, sister of the bride, junior bridesmain, in yellow. E?ch had matching bows with veiling to complete their costumes. Attendants carried a single long stemmed yellow rose with mint green ribbon and fern accent. Carries Roses White and yellow Sweetheart loses with ivy and gypsophila accent were carried by the bride as the complement to her gown of lace and satin. The gown, styled with an empire bodice of lace, having a stand-up collar and long sleeves, was fashioned with an A-line skirt of satin. Scalloped lace edged the detachable train, caught at the (Continued on Page 9)

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