Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 6, 1973 · Page 9
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, August 6, 1973
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r. * Galesbur ante J to '.I" li a Steve Swan son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Swanson, 211 Seminole Dr., was named to the Dean's List for the second semester at Southern Methodist University, Dallas. Tex. Steve and his brother Sam are t • 'if fl Hi ij:./; ' !i m^r, m:,<A - ii'f ^C^irn'm •>! -'-H m f!ii :!llij!i|J :i ;''' if km J!? !« lillllll!Bti|l' , ^il. IN,;[•!;; : /::— "i'lit! ii I.I 1 M id Hi..' I. 1 HiiiH f 'i Hil!ih!i • I'M fa! li-:. Iff L ..'li''!'' I ill it i' : i : V' J vI P fl [>hjil;: I :li::iiit ii.l;i!ti!;i r 1 i i i J. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Becker (Mist Sana McGrann) + Miss Sana McGrann ... Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Sana McGrann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William McGrann, 600 N. Maple Ave., Abingdon, and Frederick J. Becker, son otf Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Becker, 612 Hannah Ave., Forest Park, after guests had been seated for their wedding alt the Abingdon on the university's golf team. Undergraduate students whose grades placed them on the Dean's List at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale for work completed during the spring quarter included James ^l-^Mmi^ Patanella, RR 1; Mary C '^•w[im-:v ,i iStebor, 470 E. First St., straight A's, and David C. Tate, 1023 Pine St. Peggy Bocox, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin G. Bocox, 1056 Garden Lane, was named to the Dean's List at Greenville College, Greenville, for the second semester. She is a sophomore majoring in history and secondary education and is a college scholar, indicating that she has maintained an honor listing for a minimum of three consecutive semesters. Dean's lists for nine academic colleges and the Institute of Aviation of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Colonial Baptist Church was the setting for the wedding of for the 1972-73 spring semester Miss Debra Joy Hammock, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. William have been announced. C. Hammock, 1245 Court St., and Scott C. Swigart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Swigart, 712 N. Broad St., on Saturday. Marmac Dr.; Danny A. Dart* beck, RR 3, Windcrest Acres; Lawrence M. Earp, RR 2, Lakeland Addn.; Jeffrey A. Griffith, 1045 Monroe St.; Krista J. Gutson, 1035 S. Farnham St.; Janet A. Gustafson, 1734 Indiana Dr.; Richard N> Halpern, 1615 N. West St.; Martha S. Hanion, 1053 N. Cherry St.; Mary K. Hanton, 10S3 N. Cherry St. Also, Ann E. HaWkinson, 1065 N. Kellogg St.; Robert D. Hep- bum, 1985 Baird Ave.; David A. Moeller, 1839 Robertson Ave.; Carol D. Newcomb, RR 4; Larry P. Randell, 1074 Brown Ave.; Susan Schreckengost, 443 Knollcrest Dr.; Terry M. Stone, 1257 Willard St.; Duane H. Stremmel, 194 Hawkinson Ave.; Hekmat D. Tamimie, 1639 Bluebird Dr. Also, Steven H. Tolley, 1800 N. Seminary St.; Sylvia S. Trimble, 1515 E. Fremont St.; Gregory C. Weech, RR 3; Karen M. Wier, 788 E. Losey St.; Judith L. Anderson, 901 Locust St.; Gail L. Hannam, 830 Olive St., and Michael B. Walker, 563 Hawkinson Ave. nology in Melbourne, Fla., in Tuaek, WilKamsfteld, and Joan January. Flanegin, Yates City* Ateb, Kathryn A'. Davis, W Area Students |ry G. Olson, Jutffli A. McGfew, Patricia Behringer has enroll- Gaylene L. Seltert, all of A M; ed in Stetson University, De- Jane WtOMBlll, P^ci|£. Land, Fla., as a freshman for McKelvie, boot of Lwtt Wawm, the 1973*74 academic year, after | Mowtiottth; Rtehart fi. ltefr having completed an Advanced gle, Margaret J. Moore, Cynn Studies Program at the univer- R. Shimmin, Ludndb J. Law- sity this summer. rence, all of Rwevitte; Stwiley Her brother, Richard, is a jun- W. Adkisson, James P. Allen, ior at Arkansas College, Bates- both of Smittishire; Robert; D. ville, Ark. Lambert, Gary D. Litton, ^Joy They &re the children of Mr. E. Leirtinger, all Of Woodiwll; and Mrs. Charles Behringer of Linda J. Chaffee, Lynn P .*Mc- Altona. lElvain, Steven K. Pigg, dafl R. Wagner, all of Bushnell, Jind Undergraduate students whose these Prairie City students, grades placed them on the Pamela Taytor Naytar, Gayferd Dean's List at Southern Illinois L . Olson and Lana M. Tatfbr. University at Carbondale for work Mr. and Mrs. Scott C. Swigart (Miss Debra Hammock) ^ Miss Debra Hammock • • . Susan daughter of nd will be attending graduate school in the fall. from .1.1 1 tti were graduated Augusrtana College, Rock Island, where the bride was affiliated with Alpha Psi Omega, dramatics fraitenrrity, and Chi Omega Gamma, and where the bridegroom, was a member of Phi Beta Kappa. Saturday Christian Church. Rev! Frank Deniinger read the double ring ceremony assisted by Rev. Chris Becker of Clayton, Mo., brother of the bride groom, at 7:30 p.m. Qrgandst for the ceremony was the bridegroom's father. Attendants Maid of honor Mj;as Miss Oath- 1 MisS Frank ryn Schrtack of Quincy, and bridesmaids, Miss Diane Dorsey iSS^S ffi to the hemline and then circled rf^Xta^M/*? "fl? *«. Poor bridegroom* Forest Fvk. tiered veiling with two having Best man was Tim Sanders lace edging was caught to a 'of Freeport, and groonumen, narrow headbow, centered with David Debaughr of Odaburg, lace applique. S?Etf S 0 ^!^ Honor, at the reception, which who also seated the followed at the church, were shared by college friends of the Miss Johnson (Continued From Page 8) (Continued From Page 8) guests. The bride, given in marriage bride, Mifcs Pat Mailand of Norby her father, selected an em- ma j fr sue Harley of Spring- pire gown *JWJ^1** field, Miss Chris Dvorack of crepe •. accented wtth ivory ^ 9pl(iine3 Mrs< Randall Kel ^«^^^nS J" of Normal, Miss Kay Rogers *** i^ 06 ^ J ^t^SSf of Highland, and Miss Linda c ^s ^ Helmer of Chicago, u^i^^ Miss Stephanie Carison, Alex- brJde. White Sweetheart roses, . CAU-U .. v • tto bride, was at white heTeS -toSSS for the no is gypsoph^fom^ the ^ regented b Miss bride's bouquet. The bride had,^^„ ftfnn / nf - M nnmouth, a matching halo of the flowers included in her bouquet. At the reception which followed Miss April Frazier of Abingdon was at the guest book, and Miss Jill Gimther of GaJes- burg and Miss Nancy L. Johnson of Rock island at the gift table. Honors were shared by Mrs. Kathryn Peck, Mrs. Cynthia Schenck, Mrs. Karlene Way, all of Abingdon, and Mrs. Susan Kurth of Iowa City, Iowa. After a wedding trip, to the 02arks, the couple will reside at 315 Ellis Av?., Iowa City, Iowa, where the bridegroom Among them are Don E. Bowen, 1079 N. Cherry St.; Sara G. Vows were pledged at 6:30 p. m. as the bride's father read Briggs, 722 Greenleaf St.; Kath- the double ring ceremony for. erine J. Bullis, 993 N. Cherry the couple. Best man was Den- caught to a Camelpt cap. Miss St.; Kenneth W. Carley, 449 nis Swigart, brother of the bride- Hammock carried a bouquet of groom. Guests were seated by bridal pink Sweetheart roses Ricky Swigart, brother of the and miniature light blue cama- bridegroom, and Bill Hammock, tions with greenery and white brother of the bride. lace streamers for accent. Groomsmen were Mark John As the bride walked to the and David Formhals. Ray Ham- altar she handed her mother mock, brother of the bride was a rose, and as the couple walked ringbearer, and Beth Avery, down the recessional aisle, she flower girl. handed the bridegroom's mother Attendants la rose. Miss Lynn Louderman was Guests offered felicitations to maid of honor, while Mrs. Den- the couple at a reception which nis Swigart and Miss Nancy followed at the church. Nordstrom, were bridesmaids. After a wedding trip, the cou- Given in marriage by her pie will reside at 1110 N. Prairie father, the bride selected a St. white silk organza gown fash- Mrs. Swigart, a senior at ioned with a Chantilly I a c e Galesburg High School is a and long full organza member of the office occupa- sleeves caught at the wrist by tions program. Mr. Swigart, a a wide lace cuff. The A-line graduate of Gafcsburg H i g h skirt of white taffeta was styled School and Carl Sandburg Col- with an overskirt of organza lege, is a student at Monmouth and lace appliques. Double Jay- College. He's employed at ered silk illusion and lace man- Eagles in the produce depart- Lomax, George Lomax, Abingdon, Mrs. Anita Lomax, 856 W. North St., is a July graduate of Galesburg High School. She plans to attend Florida Institute of Tech- completed during the spring quarter included Bruce L. Hedbloom, Gilson; Norma Jean Simkins, Knox ville; David Claire Cooper, Yates City: Dana Jo Olson, Avon; Stanton A. Browning, Alpha; Charles E. Crum, Mary Ann Wietting, straight A's, both of Monmouth, and David Bruce Adkisson, Roseville. Calendai of Meetings *4 mi? JAY-C-ETTE BOAR* The Jay-C-Ette Board meeting will be this evening at 8 al the Dean's lists for nine academic home of Mrs. Joe Cahill,ri036 of E. Fremont St. was best man for his brother* in-law. Groomsmen were Dannie Williams, Willem Keck, both of New Windsor, Larry Brown, Alpha, and Brian Anseeuw, New Windsor, junior groomsman. Ushers were Mark Johnson, the bride's brother, New Windsor; Gary Johnson, the bride's Card Parties colleges and the Institute Aviation of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign for the 1972-73 spring semester have been announced. CHESS CLUB MX WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon members played duplicate bridge Wednesday evening in the Community Room of the Home Savings and Loan Association. The Greater Galesburg Chess C!ub will meet Tuesday at 7:30 Among them are Charles N. p.m. at the Home Savings and Edmiston, Christine R. Man- Loan Assn. gieri, Jeffrey L. McCurry, Nancy E. Wallick, all of Abingdon; Stephen K. Main, Marilyn K. both of EAGLES AUXILIARY Members of the Eagles Aux- Williiamson, both of Alfona; iliary will meet Tuesday at7:30 Joyce A. Brown, Franklin E. p.m. in the Eagles home. A|i Cook, both of Dahlnda; Kath- officers meeting will be at 7:.15 leen R. Grandt, Farmington; p.m. Homer L. FJeisher III, Robert H. Larson, William L. Mathers, Margaret R. Johnson, all of SWEET ADELINES Hi lv m n k uu - > T ^ Galesburg Chapter pf High scores were tallied by Knoxville; Gary A. Holt, Oned- sweet Adelines will rehearse - - . . . da; Jean A. Sa-line, Rio; Robert Tuesday at 8 p.m. at the Trinity M. Lawson, St. Augustine; John Lutheran Church. Mrs. George Gerstenberger, Mrs. LaClare E. Sloan, first; Mrs. Glenola Snyder, Mrs. Evelyn Watson, second, and Mrs. William Collis, Mrs. Elbert NEWCOMERS CLUB lice + LETS OO • On Sit., Aug. 25 to. Arthur, 111. (celebrating their centennial). To the Amish Market and Rook- ome Gardens. There will be an Arthur Host on the bui. Reservations due Aug. 20. Phone 3424656 or 342-6715. Air conditioned Trailway Bus. Shirley Stone of Monmouth, cousin of the bride. After a wedding trip to Rockton and Aug. 10, the coupl ( e will reside at 971 Aurora Ave.; Apt. 6, Aurora. Mrs. Woodward, a graduate of Galesburg High School, and Illinois State University will be teaching first grade at Fairmount School, Downers Grove. She is a Past Worthy Advisor of Galesburg Rainbow Assembly, Past Grand Editor and Past Grand Worthy Associate Advisor of Illinois Grand As- semtyy, International Order of Rainbow for Girls. Mr. Woodward, a graduate of Pontiac High School and Eureka College, will be coaching and teaching biology and psychology at Aurora Central High School, Aurora. While tub college he was a member of the golf and basketball teams for four years. tilla chapel length veiling waslment. Wedding Vows Pledged at Aledo VIOLA—The Messiah Lutheran Church, Aledo, was the setting for the wedding of Miss Constance LeAnn Engwall and Gregory George Lindsay on Saturday at 4 p. m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Earl Engwall of Viola and Mrs. Maxine Lindsay cousin, WoodhuU, and Jeffryi H j cks> Ryker, Alpha. Miss Luaim Coliburn, Woodhull, was soloist, accompanied by Miss Vickie Jordan, pianist and Miss Jane WalUn, flutist, both of Alpha. Reception After the ceremony, guests, offer* to *"iglg< Sib 8 ^ OH m, BRACKEN Mrs. Charles Woolsey and Mrs. Glenn Gore were the hostesses at Thursday's bridge at 'Lake Bracken Country Club. High score was tallied by J. Sutor, Wataga; James E. Miss Kennelly (Continued From Page 8) , ^ . . (u-t, Home Savings and Loan Assn lace trimmed the high neck- ^ < n °—n „u n ~^ Newcomers Afternoon Bridge will meet Tuesday at 12:45 p.m. in the Community Room- at ™7Z l ~X 4 rr TZ: There is a small charge. For line, oufiis of the W sleeves WMrva(tanSf members maycall Mrs. Don Levin, Box 126, Henderson, or Mrs. LaClare Sloan, weds at a reception church parlors. Serving honors were givert Mrs. Ralph Briggs Mrs. L. E. Jacoby, Members aire being asked to ssra=to TOHIIS-? *tt2s ss and the fitted bodice of the gown. Lace also edged the ciir- ouliar detaidhable craipeil length trailn. Her Swiss braid picture 214 Fulton St. <hat was trimmed with'lace .and MOSAIC CLUB Mosaic Club will meet Mrs. Merlin Johnson, Woodhull; Mrs. Arthur Keller, Western and Mrs. Kenneth f of Woodland Park, Milan, and Sheridan Lindsay of Sheboygan, Wis. The double ring ceremony was read by Rev. Karl Nelson 1 . The bride, given in marriage by her father, selected a gown of ivory silk organza featuring long tapered sleeves, ruffled at the cuff and a scoop neckline also ruffled. Appliques of peau de anze lace accented the bodice. From the empire waistline her A-line skirt formed a sweep chapel train bordered with a dust ruffle and matching lace sprinkled with seed pearls. Cathedral length veiling of imported silk illusion was held by a semi-camelot cap and bordered with peau de anze lace with $eed pearls. Mrs. Dale Lee Husby, Menon- ine, Wis., served as the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Mary Darby of Davenport, Iowa, sister of the bridegroom; Mrs. Richard Luxmore, Moline; Mrs. Gene lingafelter, Viola, Miss Pat Irish, Columbus, Ohio, niece of the bridegroom. Miss Rhonda Sheridan of Highland Park, a cousin of the bride was the junior bridesmaid. Miss Candy Darby of Davenport, Iowa, niece of the bridegroom was the flpwer girl. Is Best Ma The bridegroom's brother, Gene Irish of Columbus, Ohio served as best man. Groomsmen were William O'Hara of Dayton, Ohio, Dennis Engwall, Viola, brother of the bride; Richard Corken of Bettendorf, Iowa, brother-in-law of the bridegroom; Stuart Sweeney of Plymouth, Wis., brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and junior Ltt'» Go To IlUnoU Sttio Ftir— 1. Sunday. Aug. 12th Veterans Day. a. Wed.. Aug. 15th R.G.A. Rodeo featuring Bobby Qolds- boro. 3. Sat., Aug. 18th — Jim Nabors and Nashville Brass. Horse show every afternoon. Entertainment in early evening. Reservation due date Aug, 9th. Phone 342-4856 or 342-6717 — Bus leaves at 12 noon. Air conditioned bus. Spring; Kemp, Skokie. The couple will reside in Alpha after a wedding trip to Missouri. Mrs. Anseeuw, a graduate of AlWood High School* is employ- day Inn Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Elbert O. Hicks and Mrs. Nelson K. Sutter as host- reservations for the luncheon Aug. 9 at the club. NEWCOMERS ALUMNAE Newcomers Alumnae met for luncheon and bridge at the Holi- groomsman, David Engwall, Aledo, cousin of the bride. Seating the guests were Scott Norton, Aledo, cousin of the bride, and John Sweeney, Plymouth, Wis., nephew of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a dinner reception was held at the Oakview Country Club in Akdo. Miss Judith Johansen of Milan was in charge of the guest book with Miss Patricia Engels of Rock Island and Miss Susan Nelson, Moline the gifts. Honors were given Mrs. Paul Engwall, Aledo, Mrs. Stuart Sweeney of Plymouth, Wis., Mrs. Richard Norton of Aledo and Mrs. Richard Corken of Bettendorf. After a wedding trip, the couple will reside in Moline. Mrs. Lindsay, a graduate of Winola High School, Viola, who attended Illinois State University, Normal, is employed in the engineering Department at Bituminous Insurance Companies, Rock Island. Mr. Lindsay, a graduate of Bettendorf High School and Blackhawk College, is attending St. Ambrose College. He is ,em- pJoyed by John Deere Industrial Plow Planter in Moline. ed at Gale Products. Her husband, a graduate of Winola High School, Viola, is employed assesses, a foreman at Admiral's. tiny pink rosebuds. Honors at the church recep-..... A , 4 w tion were given Mrs. Don Mb- Wednesday at 1 p.m. at Soan- Roberto of Moline, Mrs. Benvyn getaha Country Club Cooper of Canton, the bride's aunts, Mrs. MaUcotoi O'Dean of Gailesburg, Mrs. MenriN Owen of Maquon, Mrs. Kyle Kennelly of New Windsor, the bride's sis- teriin-kw, and Miss Terri Campbell of Knoxville. After a wedding trip to Crys- tail.Faidis, Mich., the couple wtliM reside near Gilson. 1115 HENDERSON The Ultimata Miss Teval (Continued From Page 8) Prizes were won by Mrs. Wayne Wilson, first; Mrs. Clarence Johnson, second, and Mrs. Myrtle Johnson, third. Mrs. Wiscons was graduated from Illinois State University in June. Her husband, who attended ISU, is employed at Butler Manufacturing Co. With Wedding Fashion* Personal Toitftt FOR EVERY BRIDE AND HER ftUDGfT USE OUR BRIDAL LAYAWAV couple at a reception at the church after the ceremony. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Roger Humphreys, Knoxville; Mrs. Gary Johnson, Mrs. Larry Peterson, Littleton, Colo., all sisters of the bridegroom; Mrs. James Shaver, the bride's aunt, and Miss Lynn Lynch, Knoxville. Miss Linda Brown was at the guest book. The newlyweds will reside at the Mobile City Trailer Court. Mrs. Varner, a graduate of Galesburg High School and the Carl Sandburg Licensed Practical Nurse's Course, is employed at Cottage Hospital. Her husband attended Knoxville High School and is employed at Gates Rubber Co. W .J ' I.HI , SUMMER . L H if.* t > ( WOMEN'S Miss Allen (Continued From Page 8) BETTER DRESSES Miss Vitale (Continued From Page 8) School, Northbrook, and Wesleyan University, Middletown, Conn., received has masters of business administration at Northwestern University, Evanston, He is with Kemper Insurance Co., Long Grove. EMMANUEL WOMEN Emmanuel United Methodist Women will meet at the home of Mrs. Marie Swanson, 875 E. Losey St. Thursday at 2 p.m. Mrs. Howard Peterson will conduct devotions and Mrs. Dale B. Johnson will present the program entitled, "Foods of the Bible. 11 Miss Doris Nelson will be assisting hostess. Dick Clarke, Mt. Sterling, both sisters of the bridegroom. After a short wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside near Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Schenk, a graduate of Abingdon High School, will be a senior at MacMurray College, Jacksonville, in the fall. Her husband, a graduate of St. Mary's Academy, Mt. Sterling, farms near Mt. Sterling. 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