Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 7, 1973 · Page 8
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Tuesday, August 7, 1973
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8 Galesburg Reaistef'Maii, Galesbura, UK Tuesday, Aug, 7, 1973 Summer Brides Exchange Vows President Host §or Pilot Hobo Party ™ ^Members of the Pilot Club met Monday evening at the home pf the president, Mrs. T. V. Szerlong, 1684 N. Kellogg St., for skfiuffet supper preceding the meeting. Members came in casual afiff hobo dress, with Mrs. Kenneth Hallberg, Miss Lucille West aifl Mrs. Gay McGiH being awarded prizes for the most original costumes. Tables were covered with red and white checked cloths. Centerpieces were flowers arranged in "Mrs. Chauncey Brown, membership chairman, conducted a candlelight .initiation ceremony and welcomed Mrs. Hallberg as a new member. She also presented her with a large yellow mum tied with a green ribbon in a white vase as Mrs. T. H. Donovan read the club's code of ethics. Mrs. Carl Isaacson called on each committee chairman for her report. Reports varied from a campership to the Mississippi Valley Girl Scout Council to be given to a deserving scout, collection of cancelled stamps, collection of used eyeglasses to a donation of cookies to the Red Cross Blood Center on Aug. 15. Mrs. Robert Swartz explained the traveling food basket which will be a money making project for the Education and International Relations Committee and Mrs. Dale H. Johnson called on members to keep in mind the Happiness Basket which will be awarded at the October meeting. Mrs. Szerlong, president, announced that the District 12 Fall Leadership Conference would be at Jumer's Castle Lodge in Bettendorf on Oct. 5 and 6. Mrs. Szerlong reported on the recent 52nd International, Convention which she attended as the club's delegate in Boston in July. International President, Elizabeth Brown, presided., Miss Brown, a member of District 12 was a guest last fall at the Leadership Workshop hosted by the Galesburg club. Mrs. Szerlong gave a brief resume of Dr. Cylvia A. Sorkin's address at the President's Banquet. Dr. Sorkin used as her subject, "It's What You Learn Members Attend Reception in Bushnell Mrs. Alice Penick, noble grand, presided at Vesta Re- bekaih Lodge meeting Wednesday evening in the Odd Fellow Hall. It was announced Monmouth Rebekah Lodge wild entertain Elvira Fenton of Glenwood, and her assembly officers on Aug. 16 at 8 p.m. at Monmouth Odd Fellow Hall. Mrs. Wilda Ayers, Mrs. Jemima Fuller, Mrs. Geraldine Steele and Mrs. Jennie Castle and Mrs. Nora PauJl, both of Abingdon, attended a reception at Bushnell for the Theta Rho state president, Miss Linda Webber. At the social hour, Mrs. Evelyn Woollums served refreshments. Those having birthdays in May, June, July and August were celebrated. Bouquets of phlox decorated the table. After You Know It All." About 1,500 members from 550 clubs throughout the U.S., Bermuda, Canada, England, France and ti n j Japan were registered for the convention. Mr. Szerlong accompanied Mrs. Szerlong as special events and activities are planned for the "Co-Pilot" husbands. Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. A. B. Dodson, Mrs. W. C AUen, Miss Frances Hambsch, Mrs Roy Peterson, Mrs. B. W. Anderson, Mrs. Harry Danielson, Mrs. Carl Nelson and Miss Florence Richardson assisted Mrs. Szerlong in planning and serving the buffet. Guest for the evening was Mrs. Gale Morehead. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Rubinfeld (Miss Patricia Geef) Miss Patricia Geef Wedding Will Be Sunday In Media Mr. and Mrs. Chester McBride of Media announce the engagement and forthcoming'was softly gathered at the sides and back. Re-embroidered Venice lace accented the bodice and fitted cuffs of the Camelot sleeves. Her cathedral-length double-layered Mantilla was bordered in matching Venice lace. She carried a cascade bouquet of miked flowers. Sherman Rubinfeld, Blooming ton, Minn, was best man for his brother. Groomsman was Charles Rubinfeld, LaGrange Park, also a brother of the bridegroom^ * Waiter Buswell, Galesburg, and Lyle Ray, Farmington, jseaitetf the guests. Reception Miss Jeannie Schenck, Abirig- The Abingdon United Methodist Church was the setting for the wedding Sunday of Miss Patricia Louise Geef, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Geef, 319 W. Glen St., Peoria, and Samuel Harold Rubinfeld, Abingdon. Rev. Frank Deninger read the double ring ceremony at 3 p.m. for the bride and bridegroom, son of the late Dr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Rubinfeld. Preceding the bride were Mrs. Charles Kibler, St. Louis, Mo., matron cf honor, and Mrs. Robert Hansford, Newport News, Va., bridesmatron Miss Geef selected an organza gown fashioned with a shepherdess neckline and a double layered circular skirt, which marriage of their daughter, Thetaia, to Michael Kiradhart, son of Daren Kindhart of Media and Mrs. Margaret Cox of Mt. Angel, Ore. Vows wifll be exchanged Sunday at. 1 p.m. at ilhe McBride home in Media. A reception will foiltow the ceremony. Parents Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Seiph, Table Grove, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Rebecca Ann, to David Leroy Wheeler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wheeler, Fktt. The couple will exchange wedding promises Aug. 18 at 2 p.m. at the Fiartt Christian Church. Ail friends and relatives are invited to attend. Wedding Will Be Aug. 18 In Winchester Miss Beverly Jo Little and Rudy Ahnaguer Jr., whose engagement was announced previously, have selected Aug. 18 as their wedding date. Vows will be exchanged at 3 p.m. at St. Mark's Catholic Church in Winchester. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Little, Winchester, and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Almaguer Sr., of Monmouth. UNITY LODGE Unity Lodge 425 Auxiliary of the United Transportation Union will meet Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Eagles Club. Miss Jacqueline Howard . . don, asked guests to register at the reception in the church following the ceremony. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. James Leezer, Mrs. Caryl Brasile and Miss Nancy Stone, all of Abingdon. After a short wedding trip, the newlyweds will reside in Abingdon. Mrs. Rubinfeld, a graduate of Peoria High School and Bradley University, teaches Spanish and English in the Abingdon High School. She is affiliated with Delta Zeta Sorority. Her husband, a graduate of Abingdon High School, attended Western Illinois University, and is a registered sanitarian and chemist for. the City of Abingdon. Mrs. Michael Hanson (Miss Carolyn Obernuefemann) Miss Carolyn Obernuefemann • . . After a wedding trip to Colorado Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hanson, who were married Saturday at St. Clare's Catholic Church in O'Fallon, will reside in Galesburg. Rev. Edmund Lugge read the double ring ceremony at 4:30 p.m. for the bride, the former' M'ISIS Carolyn Oberiniuefemiann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Obernuiafemiann, O'FaJfcn, and briidegmoiom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hanson, 1352 N. Keitagg St. Preceding the bride were her attendants, Mrs. Jeairnette Parker, her sister fram O'FaiLlcn, matron of honor, MZTS. Ida Shucnart, the bridle's sister from BeffieviMe, and Miss Maircia Mepford, Faiirview Hecights, bridesmaids. Miss Elaine Ellison was the miniature bride. Gerald Hanson was best man for his brother, and grooims- men were Fred Mather and Mark Hanson, the bridegroom's brother, ail from Galesburg, Guests, who later attended a reception for the couple at the Knights of Columbus Hall in O'Faion, were seated by Gerald Obernuefemann, the bride's brci'Jhe/r, O'Fa&lion, and Jim Lind, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Hanson, a graduate of Althsifif High School, BeUieviie, was employed before her mar riaige as a legal secreiiary for the law firm of Brady, Donovan, and Hatch in Belleville. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg Senior High School, sarved in the U. S. Air Force four years, and is employed at the Giant Food Store. Miss Ruth Davison... Mr. and Mrs. James Reed (Miss Teresa Smith) Miss Teresa Smith ... Miss Teresa Ann Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith, Williamsfield, exchanged wedding promises with James Wiley Reed, son of Wiley C. Reed, 682 Beecher Ave., end the late Mrs. Reed, Saturday at the Williamsfield United Methodist Church. Rev. Phillip Snider read the double ring ceremony at 4 p. m. for the couple. Best man reception was held for the couple in the church fellowship hall. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. William Hart, Mrs. Arthur Mills, Mrs. Michael Grunman and Mrs. Kenneth Dean. Mrs. Brent Gale, Pes Moines, Iowa, the bride's sister, was at the guest book. The newlyweds will reside at 302 A E. Mulberry St., Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Reed are grad- To Miss Jacqueline Ann Howard and Bruce Wayne Davlin exchanged wedding promises Saturday ait the Rio Presbyterian Church. Rev. Wffiiaim Schicbohm .read the double ring ceremony at 4: SO p.m. for the bride, daughter cf Mrs. Chadene Hiet, Alpha, and the late Mr. Hiet, and the bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Devlin, New W'ind- sor. The bride's sister, Miss Nancy Howard, Alpha, was maid of honor. Best man for his brother was .Ronald Devlin, New Windsor. The bride selected a Juliet a'.yled ivory goiwn trimmed with powder blue inserts of ribbon, and a full length apron of antique ivory lace. She carried a natural wiickeir flower basket ]Sl swi l b £ ro »^ rn 1Miss Carol Weaver . . . Guests, who later attended a 1 First United Methodist Church was the scene of the wedding reception at the church, were'for Miss Carol Susan Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry seated by Kelvin Devlin, New ! S. Weaver, 982 Bateman, and John M. Rowland, son of Mr. and Windsor, the bridegroom's (Mrs. William Rowland of near Galesburg, on Saturday, brother, and Tom Thompson, I Dr. Joseph Hoffman read the double ring ceremony for the Galesburg, the bridagroom's ! couple at 2:30 p.m. after guests| cousin. Mr. and Mrs. John Rowland (Miss Carol Weaver) had been seated by Harry Row- !s fy led with an empire waistline(ert. Guests for the wedding of Miss Ruth Davison and Sgt. Lyle Dahl on Saturday were seated by Don Davison, the bride's cousin, and Tony Van Hook, the bridegroom's cousin, both of New Boston, during the organ prelude by Date Harris, Aledo. Rev. David Eadie read the double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. at the New Boston United Methodist Church for the bride, daughter of Mrs. Walter Davison, New Boston, and the late Mr. Davison, and the bride groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Dahl, New Boston. Preceding the bride were Miss Brenda Davison, the bride's sister, maid of honor, in a lilac floral print over taffeta gown; Miss Patty Dahl, (he bridegroom's sister, in orange, and Miss Pat Onken, in green, bridesmaids, all from New Boston. Each carried colonial bouquets of white daisy pompons centered with flowers to match their gowns. Miss Davison carried a Camelot cascade all-white arrangement of stephanotis, carnations and an orchid, accented with gypsophila, as a complement to her white satapeau and Cluny lace gown, fashioned with a natural waisted bodice, high neckline and Bishop sleeves. Cluny lace accented the cuffs and deeply edged hemline. Her veiling was trimmed with embroidered flowers. Jim Dunbar, Rock Island, was best man. Groomsmen were Gary Peterson, Rock Island, and I Steve Louck, Aledo, the bride's, cousin. Vocalist was Bill Rueck- 1 Terry Hart, BrimfieM, the bridegroom's cousin. Scott Smith, the bride's brother, Williamsfield, was groomsman. Miss Smith selected a white organza over taffeta gown fashioned with a high self-ruffle neckline and double-sheer Bishop sleeves cuffed with a self-ruffle. A full organza, skirt with a sweep train was accented with a beruffled pinafore of white ChanttUy lace, with a large back bow. Her three-tier waistlength illusion veiling was caught to a Camelot hat fashioned of ruffled Val lace and highlighted with seed pearls. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and daisy pompons, accented with blue and yellow gypsophila, and centered with a white orchid. Attendants Miss Denise Smith, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Debra Dcubet. The bride's sister, Anita Smith, was flower girl. All are from Williamsfield. Guests were seated by Brent Gale, Des Moines, Iowa, the bridegroom's b r o t h e r-in-law, and John Sohwarz, Roberts. Following the ceremony, a uates of Williamsfield High School. Mrs. Reed is a junior at Illinois State University. Her husband attended Carl Sandburg College and Bradley University, and is employed at Nussbaum Trucking, Inc., Nor* mal. COUPON LINDA'S TREND OF BEAUTY -13« PhlUipi a Ph. 343-763S Coupon good Aug. 6- BRJAug. 18, 1973 for Aft FREE Hair Shaping TOwllh Your 1st (poo fc Sat. Eva. App'ts. AvaUabla Sham. >V< w m Am Here's a shortcut for the family's favorite cook 1U1 ipl^siiililllll Mrs. Devlin, a graduate of and Holland Thurman, of near streamers Sca n ope{1 matching STEIN'S For SIGNAL WATCHES A WYLER PRODUCT 17 Jewel Movements. Shockproof & Fully Guaranteed In Our Store. FROM $1A95 ONIY IT Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JiWftiY DIPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. — Downtown Galesburg I |AlWood Higih School, WoodlhauVAbingdon, who also served as | is employed at Protexall. Her|groomsmen. Acolytes were Ste- husband, a graduate of Winoila High School, Viola, is at Ad fniral's. OHOHOflf SCISSORS & KNIVES SHARPENED SWANSON'S Lock & Key Shop (Rick Cannon, Proprietor) 342-5012—712 E. Main lace bordered the bride's cathedral length mantilla illusion Guests offered greetings to the newlyweds at a reception in the church parlors following the ceremony. They plan to reside near Oklahoma City, Okia., where Sgt. Dahl is stationed at the Tinker Air Force Base. Mrs. Dahl is a graduate of Westmer High School, Joy, and Black phen Rowland, brother of the!veils caught to a face framing bridegroom, and Thomas Wea-headdress accented by a satin ver, cousin of the bride. I ribbon bow. Best man was Richard S.I The cake served at the re- Weaver, brother of the bride, 'ception which followed at the Hawk Collage, Molina. Her hus- i Attendants church, was baked by the bride- band is a graduate of Aledo Preceding the bride, as she groom's grandmother, Mrs. High School, wa'.ked with her father, who Bazil Zugg. I gave her in marriage, were Serving honors were given ROVIN' COACHMEN |Miss Mary Jo Crim, maid of Mrs. Richard Weaver, Miss! The Rovin' Coachmen will ihonor, Miss Mary Rowland, sis- Ellen Weaver, Mrs. Donald Can-jmeet Friday through Sunday at ter of the bridegroom, and Miss trell and Miss Debra Weaver. 1 Jayne Weaver, sister of the Miss Janis Weaver was at bride, bridesmaids. the guest book, and Mrs. Sally Accent for the bride's bouquet Duncan and Miss Jill Duncan of white roses and stephanotis,: arranged the gifts. ww< was gypsophila. Miss Weaver's . Aft er a wedding trip and Aug. their ovm hoUi: , g$ om ^ gown of Chantilly lace was (Continued on Page 9) luck dish. Lake Wildwood Haven, located! one-quarter mile south of Bushnell, three and one-half miles east and then one mile south. I Members are asked to bring Choose from a Variety of styles and kitchen Matching Colors INTRA STATE TELEPHONE CO. 100 N. Cherry St. Phont 3430112

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