Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 6, 1973 · Page 8
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8 Golesburo Register-Moil, Golesburg, Social Side . . . Mondoy, Aug. 6, 1973 Wedding Bells Ring Over the Weekend iiiiinn a,, ^ij^ Lohan, St. Philomena's Church, Peoria. Best man was Kevin Lyons, Madison, Wis. Groomsmen, who also seated the guests, were the bride's brothers, Michael Vitale and Guy L. Vitale. Miss Vitale, who was given in marriage by her father, selected a chapel length gown of ivory organza, fashioned with a full circular skirt. Venice lace flowers accented the flounce that circled the hemline, and trimmed the fitted bodice which featured a scooped neckline and softly flounced sleeves. Her \ace wedding hat was designed with a layered hand-rolled organza brim. The bride carried a bouffant colonial arrangement of white gardenias, white stephanotis and blue ageratum. The bride's sister, Mrs. Bruce Mrs. Warren Van Gelderen (Miss Marcia Vitale) Miss Marcia Vitale ... , _ Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Marcia Victoria Vitale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Louis Vitale, Lake Rice, and Warren Van Gelderen, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Warren Van Gelderen, Northbrook, was solemnized Saturday at 11 a. m. at St. Patrick's Catholic Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for the couple was Rev. J. Rowe, was matron of honor, and Miss Catharine Van Gelde­ ren, the bridegroom's sister, was bridesmaid. Reception After the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the Harbor Lights Supper Chib. The newlyweds will reside in Schaumberg. Mrs. Van Gelderen, a graduate of Costa High School, attended Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa, and is a graduate of Katharine Gibbs School in Boston, Mass. She is affiliated with Phi Omega Sorority, and is employed at Fieldcrest Mills, Inc., Merchandise Mart, Chicago. Her husband, a graduate of GJenbrook North High (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Gene Woodward (Miss Kathy Frank) Miss Kathy Jane Frank . . . As music filled the sanctuary of the First United Presbyterian Church guests were seated for the wedding of Miss Kathy Jane Frank and Gene Leslie Woodward by Larry Leach, Pontiac, cousin of the bridegroom, Mike McCaw of Aledo and Stanley Leesman of Lewistown. Wedding vows were pledged Saturday at 2 p.m. as Dr. Kermit W. Petersen read the double ring ceremony for the bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Frank, 1416 N. Broad St., and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Cunningham, 971 N. Broad St. Best man for the bridegroom, son of the late Gene L. Woodward, was David W. Woodward, his brother. Soloist was Miss Pam Hewers, Decatur, college roommate of the bride. Matron of Honor Matron of honor for her sister was Mrs. Clarence Robinson of Augusta, Ga. The candlelight ceremony concluded with the presentation of roses to the mothers of the couple. Ring- bearer was Patrick Sundquist. Walking with her father, Miss Frank, who was given In marriage by her parents, carried a Camelot bouquet of bridal pink roses, white miniature carnations, stephanotis, and tiny flowerlets made of petals of aqua blue tipped carnations as the complement to her gown of fluff dot dacron polyester. Wide bands of re-embroidered Venice lace were at the collar of the gown and encircled the waistline. A self fabric bow and streamers accented the back of the waist of the gown fashioned with two vertical bands of the lace from the shoulders (Continued on Page 9) Mr. and Mrs. Ronald A. Wiscons (Miss Michelle Kennelly) Miss Michelle Kennelly ... The United Methodist Church, Maquon, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Michelle Kennelly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Teddy Kennelly of near Gilson, and Ronald A. Wiscons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wallace,146 N. Fairlawn, Mundelein, on Saturday. Vows were pledged at 10:30 a. m. as Rev. Carroll Ochsner read the double ring ceremony for the couple, who were the guests of honor at a reception immediately fofldowing in the church pairilors, and at a reception at 7 p.m. at the Swedish Gfee Club in Wauketgan, where has parents were hosts for a buffet .supper. Best man was Kenn Schweitzer of DeKalb. Guests were seated by Phil Kennelly, Kevin KenneMy, both of Gilson, Kyle Kenneiy of Viola and Brian Kennelly of Bloomdiigton, aflil. brothers of the bride. Serving ais groomsmen were Steve Hers ted of Munide- ledin and Ted Nocella of Giailes- burig. Miss Terra Hildebrand of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scbenk (Miss Janet Allen) AUGUST SAVINGS PERMANENT . . . Haircut and All • CREAAB SHAMPOO • SPARKLE RINSE • TEST CURL • STYLE SET • GLAMOR SPRAY • STYLED CUT • COLD WAVE Complete 7' Phone 342-W15 ,7 nil}. m HQS Hill Arcade Miss Janet Allen... Miss Janet Florence Allen, daughter of Troy Allen, Abingdon, and the late Mrs. Allen, and Lawrence E. Schenk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schenk, Mt. Sterling, exchanged wedding promises Saturday at the Abingdon Christian Church. Rev. Donald Hogan read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 7 p.m. Guests were seated by Joe Geisler, Mt. Sterling, and Karl Pfeiffer, Abingdon, during the organ prelude by Mrs. Eugene Ehrenhart, Abingdon. Soloist was Raymond Dunlap. Miss Allen carried a colonial bouquet of yellow Sweetheart roses, gardenias, and stephanotis trimmed with long yellow streamers, as a complement to her crepe d'long gown, fashioned with long sleeves and Aline silhouette skirt. Pearled embroidered Chantilly lace formed the illusion bodice and high sculptured neckline. A chapel length train was caught to a back bow. Her three-tier waist-length silk illusion veiling was caught to a face-framing headpiece of Alencon lace highlighted with seed pearls. Attendants Bridal attendants were Mrs. Roger Larson, Abingdon, matron of honor; Miss Marsha Ames, 0'Fallon and Miss Denise Christian, Hillsboro, bridesmaids. Lavonne Reische, Mt. Sterling, the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl and Todd Pfeiffer, Abingdon, the bride's nephew, was ringbearer. Rick Philips, Jacksonville, was best man. Groomsmen were Robert Schenk, and Ronald Schenk, Mt. Sterling, the bridegroom's brothers. Mrs. Rick Phillips, Jacksonville, asked guests to register at the reception for the couple at the church after the ceremony. Serving honors Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Anseeuw (Miss Cheryl Johnson) Princeton was maid of honor; Miss Jacquie Wiscons of Mundelein, the bridegroom's sister, and Mrs. Brian Kennelly of Blooiminigtion, the bride's sister hi-tow, bridesmaids. Carries Roses The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected an A- Line gown of ivory silk organza over bridal taffifeta for her wedding and carried, as a com plement to, the gown, a cascade of bridal pink roses, white Marguerite daisies, accented with gypsiophd&a, greenery and pink and violet ribbons. Pink satin ribbon interlaced (through floral (Continued on Page 9) Miss Carol Martin... Miss Carol J. Martin, daughter of Mrs. Claude Martin Sr. of Oneida, became the bride of Richard J. Kol, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Koll of Wichita, Kan., on Saturday. Vows were pledged at 7:30 p.m. at Newman Center, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kan., as Rev. Leo Kerschen read the double ring ceremony for the couple. Best man was Norman Moieder of Las Vegas, Nev., and grooimsmacr, RoHan- do Mayans of Wichita, Kan. Guests were seated by Kenny Mutter and Larry Thoigmartin, both of Wichita, Kan. Ringbear­ er was Terry Poole cf Abingdon, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Diana Blair of Blooming ton, was matron of honor for her sister, while serving as bridesmaid was Mass Gloria Gibbs of Chicago. Angela Carter of Oneida, niece of the bride, was ffower girl. Yellow roses and blue gyp- sophila with yellow and blue streamers formed the cascade arrangement carried by the bride, as she walked with her brother, Claude Martin Jr., who gave her in mamage. Pearl embroidered peau d'ange lace appliques were scattered on the illusion bodice and long full sleeves of the bride's ivory organza gown fashioned with a stand-up batteau neckline formed by lace appliques. Appliques fanned a deep sculptured hemline band, and outlined the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Vainer (Miu Patrick Teval) Miss Patricia Teval ... Nuptial Mass for the wedding of Miss Patricia Marie Teval, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Teval, 441 Greenleaf St., and Andrew James Varner, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Varner, 801 Hebard St., Knoxville, was solemnized Friday at the Immaculate Heart of Mary, — Church. Celebrant of the Mass and reading the double ring ceremony for the couple was Rev. James Rickey. Best man was Jeff Jones, Knoxville. Groomsmen were David Chenoweth, Liverpool, Ken Stanton and Randy Pitts, both of Knoxville Miss Teval carried a white nosegay bouquet of roses centered with an orchid, and accented with greenery and ribbon streamers as a complement to her empire white gown trimmed with rose lace on the Juliet sleeves and at the waistline. Her gown, and triple-tier floor length veiling were fashioned by her mother. She carried a blue rosary given to her by her grandfather Teval. Bridal attendants, Mrs. John Farris, matron of honor, Miss Linda Bean, bridesmaid, Miss Theresa Teval, and Miss Sharon Teval, the bride's sisters, junior bridesmaids, were in light blue print gowns and short blue veils caught to a blue velvet ribbon, all designed by the bride's mother. Each carried nosegay bouquets of white carnations accented with tufts of deep blue starflowers and deep blue ribbon. Miss Janet Bullock was or* ganist. Guests were seated by Dean Derham and Dave Malone, both of Knoxville.' Altar boys were Joe Tracy and Joe Kisler. Ringbearer was Larry Dale Peterson, Littleton, Colo., the bridegroom's nephew. Reception Guests offered greetings to the (Continued on Page 9) were Miss Cheryl Johnson . . . Miss Cheryl Lynn Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Johnson, near New Windsor, became the bride of Reginald Marcel Anseeuw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Anseeum, New Windsor, Saturday at the New Windsor Calvary Lutheran Church. The double ring candlelight ceremony was read for the couple at 7:30 p.m. by Rev.i : Paul Holmer. j carried baskets of yellow, green, Mrs. Merle Norberg, New joink and apricot daisies. Couple Note Windsor, the bridegroom's sis- 1 The bride selected a silk taf- 95th Anniversarv tor Wfl « matmn Af w*. l fe t a S°wn fashioned with a *„ **" mvTer f. a V! ?T T r ''Victorian bodice of Nottingham^; ^^^J^»*«J Undal attendant were Mrs.; lace ^ ^ ^ f]oi ^ ce ^ of Alexis celebrated their 25th Joseph Berry, Sacramento,! si ik organza banded with match- K* kta « aomver^ recently Calif., the bridegroom's sister; ling lace, which matched the Z 1 ^ were mamed JuJv 17 > 1948 Miss Pamela Johnson, tab© 1 edging on the chapel-length, Th^^ were hon ^ ^ a hriri*'* mii^n• Mi« rvn»ii fl 'detachable train. Fingertip \ A . ine °9 u »" e . were n ? M ^ a * a brides cousin, Miss Cynthia . ^ &]]k V eilmJ wasl dinner m Monmwth by their Pearson, both of Woodhull, and: causg}l t to a lace JuMet ca * ^ son Michael Undbuieof Alexis Mrs. Richard J. Koll (Miss Carol J. Martin) (Continued on Page 9) The honor attendant was in 'i given Mrs. Jim Conway, Ber-; so £, bridesmaid, wick, the bride's aunt; Mrs. ™ Robert Petitt, Morning Sun, Iowa, the bride's sister; Mrs. Jack Shank, Mendon and Mrs. Miss Lori Johnson, New Wind- carr Wa colonial bouquet of yel- j ^ returafid J° f '^ A — A 'i cw sweetheart roses, pink, yel-! 8 " 1 ^^anniversary party host a blue gingham gown accented with white, and a blue straw lace hat. Bridesmaids were in identically styled gowns of pink, green, yellow or apricot. Each low, blue and apricot miniature carnations, stephanotis and gypsophila. Merle Norhert, New Windsor, (Continued on Page 9) ed by their children, Mrs. Sam Patterson, Miss Alice Howard, Mrs. Don Imler of Alexis and Mrs. Russell Alexander of Knoxville. They have 11 grandchildren. chapel length train, caught at the empire waistline. A Spanish pedneta from Andaiucia, Spain, held her fingertip mantilla, also edged in matching lace. Reception A irecepUon followed in the social rooms of the center, where guests offered feCticiiila- tions to the couple, who left for a wadding trip to Co&omado. Alter Aug. 10, they wil reside at 2303 Somerset, Wichita, Kan. A graduate of ROVA High Schod and Wichita State University, where she was a mem- bar of Sigma Delta Pi, honorary, and Newman Club, Mrs. * IETS GO * On • Pro-School Shopping Tom Jo Woodiitld Shopping C • n t s r {Chicago's MWMI and laigait on Wad., Aug. 22. Reservation due date Sat., Aug. 18. Phone 342-4856 or 342-671$. All Conditioned Trallway Bui Koll will be a foreign language teacher at Haven High School, Haven, Kan. Her husband, a graduate of Kapaun High Schood and Wichita State University, where he was a member of Alpha Kappa Psi fraternity and Newman Cliub, is employed as an accountant for Peat, Marwick, Mitchell and Co., Wichita, Kan. COUPON ffl jjgl LINDA'S TREND OF HQ BEAUTY US Phillip* Ph. M3-7S3I an f Coupon good Aug. I Aug. 19. 1973 for VL JFBEE Hair Shaping MB (with Your l»t Shut- Eflfl (poo * Sat. Eva. App'U. AvailahU CLIP COUPON

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