Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 16, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 9

Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 16, 1973
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Mr. and Mrs. Rod Morrison (Miss Gloria Randall) Miss Gloria Randall . . . The Abingdon United Methodist Church was the setting Sunday for the wedding of Miss Gloria Kay Randall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Randall, St. Augustine, and Rod Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Morrison, Abingdon. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 2 p.m. by Rev. Frank Deninger. As Mrs. Pat Dunlaip presented the organ prelude, guests were seated toy Bruce Morrison, Abingdon, the bridegroom's brother; Boib Knott, Abingdon, and Raib Perdue, Avon, the bride's cousin. Soloists were Miss Becky Randall, St. Augustine, and Miss Roxie Ayer, Avon. Waist length illusion veiling, caught to an organdy crescent headpiece, misted about the shoulders of the bride's organza empire gown, fashioned with a high neckline, long Bishop sleeves and trimmed with blue berilbfooned embroidery which formed a pinafore effect. The skirt swept into a ohaipell length train. Miss Randall carried an arrangement of blue daisies and yelbw roses. Attendants Miss Karen Jean Pepper, from Roseville, in a yellow organza gown, was maid of honor, and Miss Becky Randall, the bride's sister, in a blue goiwn, was bridesmaid. Each carried a iong-stemimed yellow rose. Jeri Herslow was flower girl and Tommy Perdue, Avon, was ringibearer. Dave Condreay was best man and Dan Morrison, Abingdon, groomsman. Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception at the church following the ceremony. Serving honors were shared by Miss Vickie Roe, Mrs. Maxine Perdue, Avon, and Mrs. Joyce Herslow, both aunts el the bride. Miss Chris Perdue, Avon, was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Sherrie iMIifler, Mommiouilih, and Mrs. Nancy Lewis, Williamsfield. The newlyweds will reside at 205 Vfe W. Latimer St., Abingdon. Mrs. Morrison, a graduate of Abingdon High School, is employed by Gale Products. Her husband, a graduate of Abingdon High School, is employed at Shottenkirk Chevrolet Garage, Abingdon. Miss Henry- (Continued From Page 8) Miss Hawkins- (Continued from Page 8) Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, MMdQy^Jji!y__!i # _AJ!?3-- 9 /HOP 1115 N. HENDERSON ST. For The Ultimate In Wedding Fashions With The Personal Touch FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER BUDGET USE OUH BRIDAL LAYAWAY white gypsophila, accented with white streamers. For her something old, the bride wore a diamond and pearl necklace belonging to her grandmother. Poncho Ramirez was best man. Groomsmen were Joe Rosenberry, Pat Blake and Joe Trisilla. Guests offered- greetings to the newlyweds at a reception at the church following the ceremony. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Larry Carlson, Miss Dorene Cherrington, Miss Gayle Smith and Miss Sue Zefo. Gifts were displayed by Miss Linda Hillemeier, Miss Mary Leeson and Miss Marilyn Bates. Nieces of bridegroom, Lori Crane, Barbara Crane and Cindy Crane, presented guests with rice packets. The newlyweds will reside at 443 E. Losey St., following a wedding trip to the Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberry are graduates of Galesburg High School. Mrs. Rosenberry is employed by Don's Travel Inn and her husband by Butler Manufacturing Co. ! Miss Coleman- (Continued from Page 8) Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stickle (Miss Diane Olson) Miss Diane Olson ... Miss Diane Olson, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Olson, 319 S. Simmons St., Wataga, became the bride of Dale Stickle, son of Mrs. Clayton Wright, 230 N. Simmons, Wataga, and the late Edward Stickle, on Saturday. Vows were pledged at 7 p.m. at the First Congrega-! tional Church, Wataga, as Rev. Gregory A. Ellcey read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Donald Hoots of Wataga; groomsmen Robert Miller of Bushnell and Kenny Cox of Wataga and ushers Richard Peterson and Warren Rose, both of Wataga. Attendants Mrs. Robert Miller of Bushnell matron of honor, Miss Jean Miss Herring- continued From Page 8) Miss Legge- (Corttinued From Page 8) waistline. Fingertip veiling and a blusher veil were caught to a CameJot headpiece of lace and seed pearls. The bride's gown and attendants dresses were styled and fashioned by her mother. Guests at the reception at the church were asked to sign the bride's book by her cousin, Mrs. Dave Hankins of Avon. Gifts were 'arranged by Miss Ellen Ramp of Peoria and Mrs. Robert DeCrane of Galva. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Carlson, Alexis, were hosts for the reception. Honors were shared by Mrs. Gary Jensen of Davenport, Iowa, Miss Elgie Harlow of Monmouth, Mrs. Raymond Purchase of Knoxville, Miss Sally De- Crane of Galva, Miss Debbie LaVoy of Aurora, Miss Wanda McCormick, Miss Brenda McCormick of Wataga, and Miss Tammy Johnson of Knoxville. After a wedding trip and July 20, the couple will reside at 363 Maple Ave. Mrs. Purchase, a graduate of Warren High School, Monmouth end Young's School of Beauty Culture, is employed at Marge's Beauty Saton. Her husband, a graduate of Alexis High School, is employed at Butler Manufacturing 0;>. Miss Ziegler- (Continued from Page 8) Miss Smith- (Continued from Page 8) were Ashley Johnson and Gary Selander, New Windsor. At the reception at the church following the ceremony, serving honors were given Mrs. Bob Baird, Centralia, Mrs. Judy Legge, Mrs. Ashley Johnson and Miss Worden. Gifts were displayed by Mrs. Larry Morris and Mrs. Duane Waiters. Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs are graduates of Galesburg High School. Mrs. Jacobs is employed by Intra State Telephone Co. Her husband attended Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, and is employed by Gale Products. NEWCOMERS CLUB Newcomers Club afternoon bridge on Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. in the Community Room of the Home Savings and Loan Association. There will be a small charge per person. For reservations members are being asked to call Mrs. Don Levin, 835 Kellogg St. room, were seated by Man Smith II, Dick Smith, the bride's brothers, and Tim Tink- ha<m, the bridegroom's brother, Cameron. Mr. and Mrs. James Greene hosted the reception for the ccuiple after the ceremony Guests were asked to sign the bride's book by Miss Ruth Timmons, the bride's cousin, London Mills. Serving honors were given Miss Kathy Youngquist, Miss Julie Youngquist, Miss Kala Poplett, Miss Mary Jo Duckworth, Miss Debbie Under, Miss Terry Swackhamer, Miss Lori Mishiler, Sauk Village, and Miss Becky Lincoln. N Manufacturing Co. Her husband, a graduate of Wapello High School, Wapello, Iowa and Parson's College, Fairfield, Iowa, served four years in the Air Force with the rank of Staff Sergeant. Mr. McAlister, who is attending graduate school at Western Illinois University, Macomb, is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. "Ladies Day" % Cleaning Special |AL : M - ; E^ry|^uesjd;ay r IHr on AH Ladies Cleaning W I Received In Either of Ogr- M i Two Stores On Tuesday. m f M Suede* <L ... '1 "•>>'•' * t Furs •' : k..*y Excluded 332 Ei&R&$.- 1472 N. HENDERSON star flowers with gypsophila and ivy accent, selected her mother's wedding gown for her wedding. Antique rose lace edged the front panel and out lined the hemline of the chapel train of the candlelight peau de soie satin gown. Ivory lace embroidery and seed pearl trim formed the accent for the fitted bodice, having a yoke of Chantilly lace. Bouffant triple tiered silk illusion chapel length veiling was caught to a antique rose lace and seed pearl studded Ju liet cap. Reception Guests offered felicitations to the couple at a reception which followed at the church, where Miss Evelyn McCullock was at the guest book. Gifts were arranged by Miss Janet Weick of Robinson, Kans., Miss Sally Trachsel of Wataga and Miss Leanne Bailey. Music for the reception was presented by Miss Dianne Bailey and Miss Cindy Bailey. Honors were shared by Miss Brenda Patterson of Normal, Miss Christine Uhlmann, Miss Leslie Lohmar and Miss Sandra Doss. Present for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Koelliker of White Cloud, Kans., Mr. and Mrs. William Witte of Troy, Kans., grandparents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moore of Macomb and Mrs. Emma Leezer of Monmouth, grandparents of the bridegroom. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside at 807 Illinois Avenue, Peoria Heights. Mrs. Moore, a graduate of Galesburg High School and Carl Sandburg College, where she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa honor fraternity, was graduated from Western Illinois University, Macomb. Her husband, a graduate of Freeport High School, who attended Carl Sandburg College, was graduated from Western Illinois University, where he was a student affiliate of the American Chemical Society. He's employed as a medical technologist at the Red - Cross Regional Blood Center, Peoria. Drys of Galesburg, Miss Patti Garey of West Memphis, Ark., bridesmaids, preceded the bride as she walked with her father, Richard Olson of West Memphis, Ark., who gave her in marriage. Miss Olson carried a colonial bouquet of yellow roses, blue pomps with gypsophlia accent as the complement to her empire gown of organza over taffeta. Scalloped sequined Chantilly lace trimmed the gown with its narrow satin ribbon encircling the empire waist. Two vertical lace panels, marking the front of the gown, encircled the hemline of the A line skirt. Lace marked the yoke, high collar and the cuffs of the sleeves. An organza bow and lace trim accented the circular chapel train. A blusher veil and cathedral length Mantilla train veil was bordered in matching lace and irridescents. Miss Carol NeWcomb of Galesburg was at the guest book at the reception which followed at the church. Gifts were arranged by Mrs. Jerry Bewley, Mrs. Russell Westfall Jr., Miss Diane Johnson and Miss Amy Ellcey, all of Wataga. Serving honors were given Mrs. Richard Olson of West Memphis, Ark., Mrs. Larry Johnson, Mrs. Barbara Cox, both of Wataga, and Mrs. Marybelle Root, Galesburg. After a wedding trip to Wisconsin, the couple will reside at 341 N. Sparta St., Wataga. Mr. and Mrs. Stickle were both graduated from Galesburg High School. She is employed at the First Galesburg National Bank and Trust Co., and her husband, at Gale Products. Guests at the reception were asked to sign the bride's bxx by Miss Beth Strom, Victoria, the bride's cousin. Serving honors were given Miss Natalie Clark, Victoria; Mrs. Terry Lamberson, East Galesburg; Miss Susie Lynn, Oneida, and Mrs. Steven Westbay, Wataga. The newlyweds will tour the western states en route to their new home in Tucson, Ariz., where Mr. Martinson is stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base. Mrs. Martinson attended ROVA High School in Oneida, where her husband was a graduate. I CIVIC ART CENTER The current exhibit at the Galesburg Civic Art Center is the Macomb National Theater Company. The hours are 11:30 n. m. to 4:30 p. m. Tuesday through Friday and 10:30 a. m. to 3:30 p. m. Saturday. VESTA LODGE Vesta Rebekah Lodge will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. on the second floor of the lOOF Hall. LMWL The Lutheran Women's Missionary League of Mt. Calvary Church will meet Tuesday at 8 p. m. at the church. Topic and devotion will be given by Mrs. Darrcll Axtell. Hostesses j for the evening arc Mrs. Richard Noel and Mrs. William Pttentler. L.ard Parties Mrs. Tinkham, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Carl Sandburg College, and is now a student at Illinois State University. She is majoring special education, learning disabilities. Her husband, a graduate cf Warren High School,' is a student at Spoon River Junior College in Canton where he is majoring in farm machinery technology. He is employed part-time at Lumber Products for International in Canton. GALESBURG DUPLICATE BRIDGE CLUB • Galesburg Duplicate Bridge Ciub played Tuesday evening at Midwest Credit Union Building. Winners were Mrs. Helen Erickson, Mrs. Marshall Marvelli, first; Mrs. Martha Fraser, Mrs. Mary Roland, second; and Chuck Ellison, Mrs. Gladys Masilko, third. A twovsession open-pairs club championship will be held Sunday at Midwest Credit Union Funk,|Bldg., beginning at 12 noon. A dii.ner will be served between the two sessions. \imounce Daughter's Ms SWEET ADELINES The Galesburg Chapter of Sweet Adelines wi.'d rehearse Tuesday at 8 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church. image Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Murray, 1602 Willard St., announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Catherine Pauline Shea, to George Austin of Tucson, Ariz., July 3. The couple wi.\l reside at 821 E. 10th St., Tucson, Ariz. READ THE WANT ADS! MALES' formal wear "In Stock Rentals" PHONE 30t/J42-S£M Aflar Six, Lord Wait. Palm Batch Register for Free Honeymoon tn Las Vegas 10 Wait Main St., Oale»bur» LADIES' AUXILIARY The Ladies' Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars 2257 will have a picnic Wednesday beginning at 11:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Marguerite Holloway, Lake Rice. Members arc asked to bring their own table service and a dish of food to pass. A White Elephant Sale will be held after the picnic. if LET'S CO * 1 Day, Sat., July 21th to Qulmlppl 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 envc, boyhood home, etc Reservations due Mon., July 23. Ph. 342-4886 or 342-6715. Alr-Condl- tioned Trailway Bus. Hog. $17.50 BODY WAVE,__ ORGANIC I O prote,n - 12 S0 $ 15 Appointment Not Always Necessary 208 HILL ARCADE Phone 342-3015 EAGLES AUXILIARY Eagles Auxiliary will meet Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club for initiation of new members. Officers meeting will precede at 7:15 p. m. READ THE WANT ADS! To STEIN'S •THAT SPECIAL CHARM I A Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. ~ JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg mm In Sterling Silver or Yellow Gold Filled COMPLETE SELECTION FROM OUR HUGE CHARM DISPLAY LAST WEEK OF SPECIAL SELLING TSSoritake Stoneware AND COLOR-COORDINATED GLASSWARE Spinnaker Malaga SPOTLIGHT CRYSTAL Selection of Patterns Shown: SAFARI Five Piece Place Settings (Reg. $10.95) 7.95 20% SAVINGS ON ALL OPEN-STOCK SERVING PIECES AND ACCESSORIES This is true stoneware and truly beautiful in a wonderful variety of patterns, one more lovely than another, and surely one to match and complement your decor. Sea Mist 244 E. MAIN ST. STORE HOURS Mon. & Fri. 9:30 to 9:00 Tues., Weds., Thurs., Sat. 9:30 to 5:00 DOWNTOWN GALESBURG CONVENIENT REAR ENTRANCE From Simmons St. Parking Lot }

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