Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 8, 1973 · Page 13
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 8, 1973
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14 GoltsbufQ Rtoistgr-Moil, GolesburQ, Ml. Wednesday, Aug, 8,1973 I. f HAVE YOU VISITED O.T.'s \p anH SHELF ON THE BALCONY? We Hove S&W The Best Brand In The West! S&W Celery Hearts 16 oz. con 79c S&W Peeled, Whole Spiced Peaches 30 oz. con 71c douptes • • • Mr. and Mrs. Roger Brown (Miss Ddoris Erlcksoa) Miss Deloris Erickson . . . ._. Miss Deloris Jane Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Erickson, near Oneida, exchanged wedding promises Sunday with Roger Eugene Brown, son of Mrs. Davis Krans, n£ar LaFayette, and the late Richard Brown, at the Oneida United Methodist Church. The 7 p. m. double ring ceremony was read by Rev. James I Elder. Best man for Ms brother was Rick Brown of Midline. Another brother, Ronnie Brown from LaFayette, and John Yea- igsr from Galesburg, were groomsmen Miiss Erickson selected an organza over bouquet taflfeta empire gown enhanced by scalloped, sequined Chantilace, on the bodice, high collar «nd A-ine |skirt in a iredingoltie effect. Sheer Bishop sleeves were gathered to fitted lace cuffs. Her detachable chapel length train, topped by a large organza bow, was aiooemited by a central panel of the lace. The bride's short blusher veil and her cathedral­ ienage mantilla train-veil, completely bordered in the matching Chantilace were caught to an openHcrown Camefct headpiece appiiqued in lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies accented with gypsophUa and centered with roses. Attendants Miss Doris Jean Erickson, Onaida, was miaiid of honor foe her sister. Miss Kathy Bevenour, Gatesbung, and Miss Linda jSwansoh, Cambridge, were [brMesmatds. Shelly Peters from Coal Valley was flower girl, and Bobby Krans, the bridegroom's brother, LaFtyyeftte, was ringlbsairer. Guests, who later attended a reception at the church, were seated by Russell Bjorling, Alton®, and Steve Tdley, Gailes- faung. Miss Nancy Erickson of Altona was seated at the guest (hook alt the reception. Serving honors were given Mrs. Orval Muhtaman, Onion; Mrs. Wiffiam Murdock, Oneida, and Mass Shindy Johnson, Ga'esibirg. The nawlyweds, who are b:>th •grata es of ROVA High School, HI reside near Altona. Mrs. Brown attends Cad Sandburg College and is employed by Butler Mig. Co. Her husband attended the Uniwreflty, of Illinois and Is ' Miss Pamela Wingate Mist Pamela Sue Wingate, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Da* vtt K. Wingate of Avon, became the bride of Guy Wilson Owtogs, son of Mrs. Virgil W. Owings of Morehouse, Mo., on Saturday. Wedolng vows .were pledged el 1 p.m. as Rev. Thietje Hunt reM me aouDte nng ceremony for the couple at (he Avon Federated Church. Guests, who must •nenaea a reception at Driftwood Supper C8ub, UsUe Swan Lake, Avon, were seated by David L. Wingate and James ,W. Wingate, both of Avon. Best |man was Virgil W. Owings o* Lombard, end groomsmtan, James V. Glascock of CbJurnbia, Mo. CandletiglhtorB were Susan Wingate of Abingdon, and Eric Johnson of Prymouth, cousins I of the bride. Maid of honor was Miss Carolyn Feldman, while serving as bridesmaid was Miss Jeanne Underwood. White roses with liily-of-tiie- vafley formed the bouquet carried by me bride as the complement to her gown of imported siilk organza over bouquet taffeta in a modified empire style. Peau d'ange lace fiormed the bodice styled with a sheer yoke and cap sleeves of the gown with its chapel train, trimmed with garilands of marrow re-embroidered lace. Three tiered ill UGI on veiling was caught to a Juliet headdress with re-embroidered lace buds •and peairils. Reception Hosts ait the. reception were! Mr. and Mrs. L. F. LilOie Jr. of Avon. Miss Susan Hunter was |«t the guest book, and rice packets were presented guests by Lori Wingate of Abingdon and Julie Johnson of Plymouth, cousins of the bride. Serving honors were accorded Miss Lord Lille of Avon, Mrs. Tim Butter of Melrose I Park, Miss Mama MeOutafoan Couple Note 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lindburg of Alexis celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary recently. They were married July 17,1948 in Peoria. The couple was honored at a dinner in Monmouth by their son, Michael Lindburg of Alexis, and then returned home to a surprise anniversary party hosted by their children, Mrs. Sam Patterson, Howard King, Mrs. Dan Imler of Alexis and Mrs. Russell Alexander of Knoxville. They have 11 grandchildren. P> Mr. and Mrs. (Miss Pamela of Plymouth, cousins of the bride, Mrs. Lainry Nasliund, Miss Rebecca Refbm and Miss Jennifer Wingate, alH of Avon. After a wedding trip to Color rado and Aug. 20, the couple will reside at 309A West Qirin- cy, Pittsburg, Kan. Mrs. Owings, who was graduated from Kansas State College of Pittsburg, Pittsburg, Kan., where she was an assis- Guy Owings Sue Wingate) tant in a resident hall, vice president and recreation chairman of the Student Union Board, is attending graduate school at Kansas State College, Pittsburg. Her husband, a graduate of the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., where he also received his master's degree, is a certified pubic accountant. He is professor of accounting at Kan sas State College of Pittsburg. mmiSeS Miss Florence Cullison.. Miss Florence Ann Cullison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Dean CulHson, 307 Division St., Knoxville, and Wayne William Ensley Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne W. Ensley Sr., Kewanee, exchanged wedding vows July 27 at the Knoxville United Methodist Church. Rev. Jamie G. Milam, Reynolds Methodist Church, read the candlelight double ring ceremony at 7:30 p.m. for the couple. Best man was Pvt. Robert James Mass, Ft. Knox, Ky. Miss Cullison was in a Chant'!Jy lace gown fashioned with a fitted bodice, natural waistline, Victorian sleeves, and high neckline with scalloped ceauih trimmed bib. Sequins also trimmed the bouffant skirt which had art attached chapel- length train. Her chapel-length mantilla veil was caught to a Camelot headpiece trimmed with lace. She carried a Colonial bouquet. . Attendants Miss. jLinda Hendricks, Rao, was rtmd of honor. Bridesmaids were all sisters of the bride from Knoxville, Miss Jean CulHson, Miss Joan Cullison and Miss Alice Cullison. Marlene Perry, Knoxville, war. flower girl, and ringbearer was Chris German, Kewanee. ; Lynn CuUison', the bride's brother, Knoxville, Barry Ens- Icy and James Ensley, the bridegroom's brothers, were groomsmen. Guests, who later attended a reception in the church Fellowship Hall, were seated by (Continued on Page 15) Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ensley Jr. (Miss Florence Cullison) To STEIN'S For_ Boys & Girls M#n$ & Womsni I. D. 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