Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on August 8, 1973 · Page 14
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Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois · Page 14

Galesburg, Illinois
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Wednesday, August 8, 1973
Page 14
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Ceremony h Rend In Maquon tin Methodist Chufeh, Ma- c,uofi, wis the scene of the wedding on Sunday for Miss Karen Jean Thompson, daughter of Mf. ««i Mrs. Clarence K. Thompson of near Maqtton, and Lyte Robert Chasteen* son of Mr. end Mrs. Laurel Chat' teen, ati State St., East Gate* burg, ; v Rev. Carroll Ocfesner read the douhle ring ceremony at 2 p.m. for the couple, who will reside ki Maquon after their Wedding trip. Best man was fienhis Shea . of Henderson. Quests, who later attended-a reception at the home of the tn-ide 's parents, were seated by Carl Thompson of Trtvoll and Kchard Cnaiteen of East Galesburg. Mrs. Tracy Mitchell of Maquon was matron of honor for her sister. Given in marriage by her father, the bride selected a white aata-peau wedding gown, trimmed by bands of Cluny lace. Lace marked the square neckline of the gown, with its waistline circled by a row of lace, and skirt trimmed in three horizontal rows of lace, With one bordering the hemline. Mantilla illusion veiling, bordered in lace, and a short blusher veil, were caught to a ruffled headdress, trimmed with tiny pearl clusters. Her Colonial bouquet was of white and pink daisies, encircling an orchid. Reception Craig Thompson, brother of the bride, was at the guest book at the reception. Honors were shared by Mrs. Albert Presto, sister of the bride, Mrs. Dennis Shea, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Jerry Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Chasteen (Miss Karen Thompson) sister-in-law of the bridegroom. A graduate of Fairview Val- 'ey High School, Mrs. Chasteen is employed at the Farmers and Mechanics Bank. Her husband, a graduate of ROVA High School, is employed at Midwest Manufacturing Co. Galva Church Is Scene of Wedding The First United Methodist Church in Galva was the setting Sunday for the candlelight wedding of Miss Teresa Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jones, near Galva, and Theodore B. Hopping, son of Mrs. Ted Hopping, Galva, and the late Mr. Hopping. The double ring ceremony was read for the couple at 7 p. m. by Rev. John Hancock. James Golesburq ReQistgrMoil, Golesburo, III. Wednesdoy, Aug. 8, 1973 15 Miss Cultigoii- (Continued From Page 14) f Hopping, Galva, was best man for his brother. Miss Jones carried an English bridal cascade bouquet of ivory roses and wore a cameo kick* et necklace belonging to her great-grandmother. Her Ivory peau and Charoiilfy lace gown was styled with a stand-up collar, long sheer sleeves with lace cuffs, and a controlled skirt bordered with lace in a WRC The James T. Shields Woman's Relief Corps, 121, Auxiliary to the Grand Army of the t _ . Republic, will host the depart- aM « GaJva ment School of Instruction with! Miss Kathy Hadley and Miss redingote effect. The gown fear- tired a chapel-length train and a lace yolk bodice edged with pleated ruffles. Her manMia chapel-length veil, appiiqued in lace, was caught to a lace Camelot headpiece with seed pearl trim. Mrs. Burgess Langdon, the bride's sister, was her matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sue Medley, Miss Coffleen Gnomien, and Miss Marge Huber, ail of Galva. Groomsmen were Kevin Burnett, Larry Lindheng, and Warren Kieft. Guests were seated by Jerry Smith and Bob Rafey, an all-day session Thursday, starting at 9:30 a.m. at the Eagles Club rooms. There will be a noon break for lunch, which will be served at the Huddle Inn. The afternoon session will convene at 1:30 p.m. All officers are befog asked to wear white and be at the hall by 9 a.m. Will Note Anniversary stone by Rev. Dwight K. Sailor. They are the parents of one daughter, Mrs.' Bill (Virginia) Hanson of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. There are two grandidhallidren, OQUAWKA - 4-. and Mrs. Virgil Ransdell wffl observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Aug. 8. They will be honored at open house from 2 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 12 at their home in Oquawfca. Ail A drawstring glitter bag is fotenid)3 and relatives aire in* the perfect evening accessory vited to aCitend. Jwheiier you're sparkling in Mr. and Mrs. Ransdell werejmetaillic fabrics or wearing ba- marrded on Aug. 8, 1923 at GdadV sic black. The FASMOH -CflXT-'Cftifa TOPPERS INDISPENSABLE POP-ONS TOP THE PANTS YOU LOVE. WHICH ONE IS YOURS? PRE-SEASON SALE PRICES $ START AT 25 99 Come and see our tremendous collection of pant- coats in a variety of styles, colors and fabrics, many with sherpa or fake fur trim. Sixes 5-15 or 6 -18. / A imtli deposit will hold your coat in "layaway" til needed. FRANKEL'S THE FASHION COAT CENTER Missy VanRaemdonk asked guests to sign the bride's book at the reception in Epworth HaiU after the ceremony. Serving honors were accorded Mrs. Raymond Jones, Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Mrs. Dale Soderberg and Mrs. Robert Peck, all aunts of the bride. After a short trip to Wiscon- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hopping (Miss Teresa Jones) sin, the newlyweds will reside i graduates of Galva High School at 103 S.E. First Ave., Gniva. Mr. Hopping is employed by Mr. and Mrs. Hopping are Walworth in Kewanee. Cliff finsley, Berwyn; Ron Currier, FarrrtingtOn; Steven Currier, Sheffield, all cousins of tne ortaegroom, ana RICK White, Kewanee. Organist was Mrs. Shirley Pickering, Ne* ponset, who is related to the bridegroom. Miss Mary Sue Hendricks, Rio, and Miss Crystal Whetsell, Alpha, the bridegroom's cousin, were at the guest book at the reception. Serving honors were shared by Mrs. Mary CulUson, Mrs. Genieva Cochran, both of Decatur; Mrs. Jeanette Rice, Gilson, all aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Nancy Whetsell, Alpha; Mrs. Blaine Cooper, Mrs. Ruth Harvey, both of Kewanee; Mrs. Ekrise Currier, Sheffield, all aunts of the bridegroom, and Miss Sue Pierson, Knoxville. Mrs. Ensley, a graduate of Knoxville High School, attended Carl Sandburg College and is employed at St. Mary's Hospital. Her husband, a graduate of Kewanee High School, attends Weaver Airline Personnel School and is employed by Kewanee Boiler Mfg. Corp. WELCOME WAGON Welcome Wagon Fun Night will be this evening at 7:30 p.m. at Home Savings and Loan Assn. Prlnl* Short -sleeve, wash*, able polyester. In prints and solids. *f 4 Days Mtfn. M Pierced orpiercecMook. 100 PAPER LUNCH PUT!$ Whits 9 plates, fluted edge. Economy pack. 4*. 4 Days •WSkeintV Rayon/cotton skeins. • N .t Wl. 7 WASHCLOTHS Reg. 97c »f in fA* 4 Days /pk a ./O 11x11 cottor terry. 100 HANDY WIPE DIPES' 4 DISH CLOTHS 41 .56* Cotton walfle • weavt. Itoffi •So Permanent press fob* rles In summer colors. Boys' regular or slims. Woodgiam Ug. M4-40tys t Pre>mollt«nad with oil. proftcts from rash, legular 17* lor of SO Wipe N Dlpef 57« Coltri 290 LUNCHEON PAPER NAPKINS Soft, absorbent, white napkins. 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