Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 5, 1975 · Page 34
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 34

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 5, 1975
Page 34
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Raymond-McGregor Vows Spoken Pedestal bouquets of white gladioli, white, pink and blue Majestic daisies and babies'-breath adorned the altar of Embury United Methodist Church for the May 31 wedding of Miss Nancy Ann McGregor and Kent Howard Raymond. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Lee R. McGregor, 1717 Sylvan Court. Mr. and Mrs. Rollin A. Raymond of Oklahoma City, Okla., are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. William Blomberg performed the double-ring ceremony. Two seven-branched candelabra accented the church. Laura Laughlin provided flute music before and after the ceremony. Steve v'rtol, soloist, was accompanied by the organist, Miss Velma Wachlin. Rose-Patterned Lace Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore an Empire gown of chiffon over taffeta. French Alencon lace in the traditional rose pattern accented the fitted bodice and wedding ring collar. Lace scallops bordered the hemline of the skirt and chapel train. Lace motifs decorated the front of the skirt and the wrists of the sheer fitted sleeves which were edged with a sheer circular ruffle. Her cathedral-length illusion veil was outlined with lace motifs and attached to a matching lace headpiece. She carried a colonial bouquet of white daisies, pink Sweetheart roses, blue stephanotis and babies'-breath. For her sister's wedding, Miss Marlene McGregor was maid of honor. MRS. KENT RAYMOND Bridesmaids were Miss Jennifer Hilligoss Of St. Louis, Mo., and Miss'Deb- bie Raymond of Oklahoma City, sister of the bridegroom. Blue, Pink Colors The maid of honor wore a pink chiffon gown styled with a double cape collar and a cascading ruffle down the front of the, skirt and around the hemline. The bridesmaids' gowns were identically styled in radiant blue chiffon. All of the attendants carried nosegays of blue;, pink and white daisies with babies'- breath. Each wore a cluster of daisies in her hair. Kirk Raymond of •Flagstaff, Ariz., performedrthe duties of best man for his brother's wedding. Groomsmen were Kevin Amsler of Muncie, Ind., and Tim Maloney of West Lafayette, Ind. Ushers were Gary Edwards of Anderson, Ind., and John Reach of Columbus, Ind. A buffet reception followed at the Sword and Stone Restaurant. White organdy, swagged with pink netting, skirted the fountain, cake and bridal tables. Centering the buffet table, was a spiral candelabra holding pink tapers and an arrangement of white gladioli, pink and blue Majestic daisies and babies'-breath. Centering each of the guest tables-was an arrangement of pink, blue and white daisies, babies'- breath arid candles. Living In St. Louis The bride is a graduate of .Freeport High School and Purdue University at West Lafayette. She is employed as a research assistant at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo. Her husband is a graduate of Purdue University and is a third-year medical student at Washington. University. Following a wedding trip to Lake Geneva, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond are making their first home at 4720 S. Broadway, Apt. 709, St. Louis. Couple Settles Near OranqevMe -.*»"..'• •.•':- • • • •. . ^y St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lena was the setting for the wedding of Miss Rhonda K. Shippee and Karl W. Schei. deron May 24 at 2 p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Shippee of McConnell. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Scheider, Freeport . Route 3, are parents of the bridegroom. White Killian daisies and yellow carnations decorated the altar, and an arrangement of yellow and white daisies and greens surrounded a wedding candle. Seven-branched candelabra also were used. Ceremony Performed At 2 p.m. The Rev. Michael J. Shanahan performed the double-ring ceremony at 2 p.m. Mrs. David Schulz was organist, and solos were sung by Miss Pam Eisenhower. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a polyganza sheer gown which had a tucked yoke, Bishop sleeves and chapel train. Chantilly lace trimmed the high collar, Empire bodice and cuffs. The flared skirt was • adorned with lace appliques, and lace also bordered the flounced hemline. Her fingertip veil of illusion was edged with matching lace and secured by a Camelot lace crown headpiece. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow Sweetheart roses, babies'-breath and stephanotis. '• Mrs. Pat Daughenbaugh was matron of honor for her, sister. Her sleeveless gown of mint green polyester knit had an organza bolero jacket that tied in front. . . Bridesmaids were Miss Pam Shippee, sister of the >bride. Miss Beth Scheider, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sue Moring. Their gowns were identical to tlje matron of honor's. The attendants carried nosegays of yellow and white daisies and babies'-breath. Their headpieces had clusters of daisies. .'••.,-.. .•-.• " ; Flower girl was Amy Stamm, whose gown matched those of the other attendants. She carried a white basket of yellow flower petals and wore a daisy headpiece. Attend Bridegroom Rich Daughenbaugh served as best man, and groomsmen were John Scheider, brother of the bridegroom, Ronnie Stamm and Tim Magee. Ushers were Gregory Shippee, brother of the bride, and Jim Scheider, brother of the bridegroom, Ringbearer was Jim Scheider. A reception followed in the church hall. The bride, a 1974 graduate of Lena- Winslow High School, is employed by the Lena State Bank. Her husband, a 1973 graduate of Orangeville High School, is employed by Patterson Lum-' ber Co. Cambridge Home Provides Setting For Couple's Vows Wiley and Carl L. Saxby were Untted;;in marriage in a double- ring ceremony June 7 at 4 p.m; at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Laurence Wiley of Cambridge, Mr. Saxby, is the son of Mr. and Mrs Donald Saxby of Mount Mortis. .The bride chose an Empire gown of beige with pink and green braid trim -and she carried a bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses. Miss Barbara Wiley, sister of 'the bride, ; was maid of honor. She wore a beige flowered gown and carried a bouquet of red Sweetheart roses. 7. Serving as best man vvas Larry Lo- rehte\of Arlington Heights. A reception was given from 6 toil p.m. at the Holiday Inn in Moline. The^bride is a graduate of Cambridge.. High School and Western Illinois University^ She is a re- porterfor'the Kankakee Daily Journal. Her husband was graduated from Mount Morris High School and Illinois State University, Normal. He is employed as an accountant by Miedema, Lemria and Wadley Co. in Kankakee. Following a wedding trip to Nashville, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. Saxby are making their home in Kankakee. .MRS. KARL W. SCHEIDER Mr. and Mrs. Scheider are living at rural Orangeville. Wagon Wheel Dinner Follows Couple's • • ~ ^ ; . .- , " : "*» '5 •: '• --*••;},c. >• -' Rockton Church Vows Mrs. Carol Horstmeier and Dale Moss were married by the Rev. Wilbur Bartholomew at 7T>.m : June 5 in the Church by the Side of the Road in Rockton. For the single-ring ceremony, Mrs Moss wore a gown of green and yellow floral organza over'green taffeta It had a scooped neckline, Empire waistline and sheer sleeves. A ruffle marked the hemline; She carried a bouquet of yellow .roses, daisies and babies'- breath. Mrs. Dennis Shippy bf Freeport, matron of honor, wore a white dacron gown with black and white polka dot trim on the neckline and hemline. Her bouquet was of yellow roses, daisies and babies'-breath. Dennis Shippy was best man. A sit-down dinner was served in the Garden Room of the Wagon Wheel Lodge. , . Mr. and Mrs. Moss took a wedding trip to Lake Wisconsin and the Wisconsin Dells. They are living at 316 W American St. Mrs. Moss is employed by North' western Telephone Co. and her husband is owner of Moss Television Sales & Service. 12 f ™P ort Journa| -Standard. Weekender, Saturday,Sunday, July 5-6, 1975

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