Gotesburo Register-Moil, Gqlesbura, HI. Tuesday, Aug; 7, 1973 f 9 • • • Miss bailee Flickiuger Mi* Sato* Kay rtatifigtf, daughter of Mr and Mr*. Mar- viii I. nuMng/et of fie* w* tags, b*J*tethe bride of Brent R. Aneil, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anefl, 1« Sparta, Wa- taiga, on Friday. 1t» double ring ceremony was redd by Rev. G. A. EHcey *t 7:30 p.m. at the Wataga CoflgreigatioHal Church. Best man lor his brother was Craig Anedil of Wttoga, and serving as groomsfnan was another brother, Mark Afteft, also of Wataga. Guests vWvo were seated by James Moore of Qjslesburg and Jeff Erickscn of Henderson, cousin of the btide, later attended a reception at the church. Soloist was Robert L. Davison % Galesburf, brother- in-law of the bride. Ma^nob^of honor for her sister wis Mrs; Robert L. Dayi- son ft olGieosburg, Mil .serving m bfttssmaid w« her sister, Mrs. Burton Bjoriing of Altiona. Lace .was ait the fjsgh neckline of the bride 's white crepe dress fashioned with a yoke of tiny tucks and ruffe and a softly gathered skirt. White ribbon banded the bride 's wide brimmed white straw hat. Miss Flickinger, given in marriage by her farther, carried a colonial style bouquet of yellow roses, accented with white stephanotis and yellow satin ribbons. For the something old, she wore her maternal grandmother's ruby and pearl lavaiiere. Reception Honors at the, reception were given Miss Rochelle Pouche, Mrs. James Moore, Miss Janice Holt, cousin of bride, Miss Iinda Swearinger, all of Gaiesburg, Miss Carol AneM, Maquon, cousin of the bride* groom, Mrs. Jelf Bnickson of Henderson, Miss Chris Gustaf- soin and Moss Sharon Johnson, both of Wafcaga. After a wedding trip, the couple wil reside at 236 N. Kellogg St. A graduate of Gaiesburg Hiah School and Carl Sandburg College, Mrs. Anell is employed at United Facilities. A graduate of Gaiesburg High School, Mr. Anell, who is* a member of Illinois Nations! Guard, is employed at Burlington Northern Railroad. Mr. ail Mrs. Brent R, Anell (MfSs Safl.ee Kay FHckinger) Miss Linda Schoonover ... Miss Linda Darlene Schoonover, granddaughter of Mrs. Leta Smith, 1264 W. Main St., became the bride of Walter I. Disbennett, son of Leroy Norman Disbennett near Peoria, and the late Mrs. Disbennett Saturday at the home of the bride's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Seehawer, Dahinda. Rev. Robert McDonald, Emmanuel Unit e d Methodist Church, read the double ring ceremony for the couple at 4 p.m. in the presence of the immediate family. Attendants were Miss Nancy Mitchell and Leroy Norman Disbennett Jr., the bridegroom's brother, Daytona, Fla. Miss Schoonover carried a nosegay bouquet of daisies as a complement to her white wedding gown fashioned with ruffles at the neckline, sleeves ard waistline, and a softly gathered skirt. Following the ceremony, a reception was held for the couple at the Seehawer home. The newlyweds will reside near Dahinda after September. Mrs. Disbennett attended Gaiesburg High School. Her husband, a graduate of Galesburg High School, attended Carl Sandburg College. He is training as a sanitary engineer at Oak Run. SALES LADIES WANTED 1 FULLTIME (5 bays) 1 PART-TIME (3 Days) Frings Benefits; Merchandise Discounts; Hospital- izatien; Oood Chance for Advancement. Will Consider Management Trainee. Coll 343-1518 Weekdays 9 to 5 For Personal Interview Spooner Sam Members Attend Carlock Meeting Bill Church, president, and Robert RockhoH, representatives of Spooner Sams, attended a Good Sam committee meeting at KOA Kampground, Carlock, this past weekend, for the purpose of appointing committee chairmen to take charge of events at the state rally in Lincoln Sept. 28 and 29. Roy Bird, state director of the Good Sam Club, presided at the meeting. Plans were finalized for the Good Sam Club regional rally to be held Aug. 24, 25 and 26 at the Knoxville Fairgrounds, which will be hosted by the Spooner Sams. Events will include a flea market, Butane demonstration, trailer display, dancing, games, a potluck supper and various demonstrations. It was announced that the Boy Scouts would perform the flag raising ceremony at the rally. L. Root, chaplain of the Gaiesburg State Research Hospital, will conduct a nondenomi- nation church service Sunday , morning of the rally. Prizes will i be awarded, and attendance is not limited to Good Sam members. Further information may be obtained from Mr. Church, 823 Indiana Ave. Plan Open House Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Smith, RoseviHe, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with an open house from 2 to 4 p. m. at the Roseviile Christian Church. Hosts for the event will be their children, Mrs. Wayne (Elelse) Lowderman, Macomb; Mrs. Arthur (Eiina) Lewis, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Mrs. Roy (Ima Jean) Bycroft, Roseviile; Mrs. Raymond (Gaila) Parsons, Gaiesburg, and Vance Smith, Rose viile. They have 11 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were married August 9, 1923 at the Methodist Parsonage in Roseviile by Rev. T. W. Puffer. They have lived their entire married life in the Roseviile community, where Mr. Smith farms. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the open house. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Will Nate 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Edwin E. BHck, 712 NE TfcM St., Aiedo, will be honored at an open house Sunday at the Messiah Lutheran Church in Atedo, in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. ReaalftveB and friends are invited to attend between the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. The couple requests that gifts be omitted. Mr. and Mrs. Biick were married Aug. 15, 1923 in the Trinity Lutheran Church parsonage in Gaiesburg by Dr. P. Arthur Johnson. They are former residents of North Henderson, Alpha and New Windsor. Mr. Blick operated the Biick Oil Co., in Ailedo with his son John until Mr. Back's retirement in 1970. They are also the parentsAOf Mrs. Robert Yarde, De Kalb, and Eugene of Rook Island. They have 11 grandchildren. Mayo Paraplegics Plan 20th Reunion Final plans for the 20th reunion of Mayo Paraplegics and Associates at the Sheraton Motor Inn on Aug. 11 and Aug. 12 have been made. John Fay Jr. and Father Convery have been in Gaiesburg to complete the final arrangements. Registration and a get-together wiill be Saturday, Aug. 11, at 2:30 p.m. in the Caledonian Plaid Suits, Room 267. A social hour at 6 p.m. will be followed by !ihe annual banquat in the ballroom. There will be a picnic Sunday afternoon at the home - of William C. MoKillip at Lake Bracken. These veterans were all patients in Ward C4 at Mayo General Hospital during 1945 and 1946.. Anyone wishing to attend the banquet may make reservations by calling the Sheraton Motor Inn or Ralph B. Johnson, 1003 W. North St. Miss Weaver(Continued From Page 8) 15, the couple will reside at 2150 Daniel Drive. A graduate of Gaiesburg High School, Mrs. Rowland, who attended Carl Sandburg College, is employed at the Evergreens. Her husband, a graduate of Knoxvilte High School, also attended Carl Sandburg College. Inn, for a guest night dinner. He's employed at Admiral's. ALTRUSA CLUB Altrusa Club will meet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Holiday ROGERS SHOES 230 E. MAIN 14 No Extra for Sizes Over Ten ... with bump toe. Madt for sportin' it. Soft, leather-on-lMthar uppers atop a red rubber platform sole end super heel. Whits w/Black, Beige w/Blus or Beige w/Brown, $00. li MFAKtiS Card Parties LAKE BRACKEN COUNTRY CLUB Lake Bracken Couples Bridge Club met Monday evening at the clubhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Cart Hund were hosts. Next week's hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miles. Women's high score was won by Mrs. Russell Watson; second, Miss Margie Hund. Harry Aldus won men's high score and Mr. Miles second. Wedding Will Be Sunday Miss Carol England and Lawrence W. Hayes, whose engagement was announced in January, have selected Sunday as their wedding date. Vows Will be pledged at 3 p.m. at the First United Methodist Church. Friends and relatives are Invited to the wedding and reception to follow at the church. Miss England is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. David England, 1453 E. Losey St., and her. fiance, the son of Earl Hayes, 514 N. Farnham St., and Mrs. Susan Hayes, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. Two Escorted By Marshall* Mrs. Lois Oottinson, deputy from Victoria, and Mrs. Esther Powell, State Supervisor from Roanoke, 111., were escorted I by the marshalls, introduced and given grand honors at the Woodbine Camp, Royal Neighbors of America, meeting Thursday evening in the IOOF Hall. Mrs. Thomas Sepich, oracle, presided, with Mrs. Wallace Mundy and Mrs. Lewis Baldwin, serving as marshall and inner sentinel, respectively. A report was given by Mrs. Wilda Ayers. Potluck Dinner Precedes Meeting A potluck dinner was held preceding the meeting Wednesday evening of Smcerlty Lodge 6, 'United Transportation Union Auxiliary. Mrs. Ruth Van Unick, president, conducted die meeting at which the quarterly audit was read and accepted. Some new by-laws were accepted by the membership. Refreshment* were served after the meeting. Search Goes On STORES, Cam. (UPI) - A University of Connecticut scientist has been awarded a $360,000 National Science Foundation grant to aid his quest for Improved orthopedic implant alloys. Dr. Norbert D. Greene, in the metallurgy and general dentistry departments, is trying to f J nd the best alloys for such implants as bone screws and artificial hips. Materials worked with so far range from gold and • silver to titanium and stainless s f eel.
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