Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1975 · Page 32
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 32

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Hawaiian Wedding Highlighted Newlyweds With Exchange Of Leis For Luck take Trip To Smokies A private residence with garden on the island of Oahu in Hawaii was the setting for the wedding of Miss Janet Marie Carpenter and Dennis Eugene Wicks on May 31. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Carpenter, 1271 W. Logan St., and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wicks of Decorah, Iowa. The 11 a.m. double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Donald Hall at Home Pumehana on the north shore of.Oahu. , Flutist for the outdoor ceremony MRS. DENNIS WICKS was Mrs. Roxann Hutchison. A clarinet and flute duet also was performed by Mrs. Hutchison and her husband, Don Wears Knit Gown The bride chose a knit gown fashioned with brief jacket and long sleeves. She wore a nylon hat with net. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and babies'-breath and wore a six-strand pikake lei, the traditional bridal lei in Hawaii. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the couple exchanged maile leis, symbol of good luck and best wishes. Attending the bride was Miss Jill Babcock of Honolulu, Hawaii. She wore a blue gown styled identically to the bride's and carried a single long- stemmed yellow carnation. She also wore a five-strand paka lana lei and a headpiece of paka lana.and fern. Serving as best man was Robert Sansom of Honolulu. Reception Follows A reception followed at the residence. The bride was graduated from Freeport High School and received a B.A. degree from the University of Wisconsin in Madison. Shie earned an M.A. degree from the University of Hawaii in Honolulu and was a fifth grade teacher at Kamehameha Schools in Honolulu. Her husband was graduated from Thomas Roberts High School in Decorah, Iowa, and received a B.A. degree at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash. He was a marketing representative for Pacific Insurance Co in Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. .Wicks took a wedding trip from Los Angeles to Iowa and Illinois. They will make their home in the Midwest. Park Hills Evangelical Free Church was the setting for the May 23 wedding of Miss Teresa M. Brown and DeanH. Penner at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Lorrell Eikenberry of Rockford performed the double-ring ceremony. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Brown, Freeport Route 3. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kinsey of rural Mount Morris are parents of the bridegroom. . Seven-branched candelabra decorated with white bows, ferns and multicolored flowers enhanced the front of the church. On either side of the altar were radiating bouquets of pink gladioli, green Majestic daisies, lavender carnations and babies'-breath. Mrs. Wesley Osterloo was organist and accompanied Mrs. Linda Schoen as soloist. For her wedding, the bride chose a knit polyester gown with long train and a full-length veil, all designed and made by the bride. Her gown had a V- neckline edged in a ruffle and long sleeves ending in a ruffle. She carried a bouquet of white daisymums and pink Sweetheart roses. Miss Betty Brown was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Douglas Hale of Winslow and Misses Sara and Susan Penner, both of Mount Morris. Flower girls were Lisa Kinsey of Freeport, Mich., and Amy Sitler of Crawfordsville, 'Ind. The maid of honor was attired in a lavender flocked polyester crepe gown, styled identically to the bride's gown. The bridesmaids also wore identical gowns of green flocked polyester crepe. All carried bouquets of white MRS. DEAN PENNER daisymums, purple bachelor's buttons and pink Sweeth'eart roses. The flower girls wore pink gowns of the same style and carried white wicker baskets of flower petals. Each wore a halo of multicolred flowers in her hair. Douglas Hale of Winslow performed the duties of best man. Groomsmen were James and Paul Brown, both of Freeport, and Dale Penner of Mount Morris. Ushers were Eric Dietmeier, Craig Hessinius of Lena; John Roach •of Baileyville and Frank Stevens of Shannon. White organdy, swagged with lavender netting, skirted the serving and bridal tables at a reception which followed at the church. The bride and her husband are graduates of Highland Community College. She is employed by the Economy Insurance Co. He is employed as a maintenance employe at HCC's technical building. Following a wedding trip to Smoky Mountains National Park, Mr. and Mrs. Penner are making their first home at 14 1/2 S. Cherry Ave. PUBLIC AUCTION! WMn a " ""-"'«'" »•» '"P"""' ««•«..« ANTIQUE JEWELRY FEATURING DIAMONDS, EMERALDS, SAPPHIRES AND RUBIES! If you only go to one auction in your life, this is it! Wednesday, July 9, 1975-7:30 pan. Viewing Time—6:30 p.m. Henrici's Clock Tower Inn 7801 E. State St., Rockford £""»*« Partial Listing: P Q k ^w* stand 'brass dress sword, Chinese bamboo table, large brass jelly pen *™1 S «* A L V ' c | orian china cabinet, carved Vienna wall clock, Oak framed tapestry, Oak gateleg table, Louis XIII boudoir desk, Pine locker, set of four (4) Victorian chairs, tiled.wash stand with cupboard, secretary china cabinet Mahogany gentlemen s chair, pair of signed original oil paintings dated 1880 Regency ?hin* %t- - rae Plc !, n u **?° 1 ' Chiming Westmi nster clock, bronze statue of man, snip ini ppnie, |ug and bowl set, tapestry painting in gilt frame, pair of Louis XIV coTels ™[° l|commodes with marb le tops, Rosewood occasional table, Oriental Si' y. arley . twis4t P'ant table, international coin collection, fine artnavoubureal? large Georgian tea table, brass ship's telegraph, pair ot carnival glass vases Bentwood armchair, cut glass ship's decanter, country Chippendale commode' stripped P'ne writing table, Oak tea trolley, Mahogany carved Chiffonier, ART: Qraph.cs by Pablo Picasso & Pierre Renoir, wall clocks, ship's wash stand, Mahogany gateleg table, three chiming Whittington clocks, wicker commode chair, Victorian architect s table, two carved wooden Unicorns, organ sto 9 l, Jacobean cabinet, Sheffield-style s,lver tea service, hand-painted pink vases, art navou clock, master Sheffield-style silver punch service, Cloisonnete vase. Consignments Accepted On Day Of Sale. P.g,, IP .Fr, W ort,Jpum8l,St.nd.rd, Weekender, J.B.SKEEN GALLERIES (312) 773-1656 July-5-6; ^975

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