Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 19
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Susan Hartog, Mr. Heyman Say Vows Marriage vows were exchanged by Miss Susan Lynn Hartog and Andrew Doty Heyman at 1 p.m. June 14 at the Second Presbyterian Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hartog, 1342 Empire Court, and Dr. and Mrs. Marshall Heyman of Falls Church, Va. A bouquet of pink gladioli, green pompons and blue carnations and candelabra were used as church decorations. The Rev. James Griffes performed the double-ring ceremony. Michael Huffman was organist and accompanied Phyllis Gessler, soloist. Wears Garden Hat For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of, Venise lace over organza,, fashioned with long sleeves, raised waistline and a daisy chain trim on the flounced hemline and train. She wore a matching garden hat of illusion adorned with scattered daisies. She carried a cascade of gardenias, white Sweetheart roses and ivy. Kathy Buckingham of East Lansing, Mich., was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Linda Buskett of Falls Church and Vickie C. H. White of Leaf River Church Scene Of Ceremony Blue and white carnations decorated the altar of Leaf River United Methodist Church for the wedding of Miss Lori Lee Svendsen and Daryl Kenneth ,Voegeli on June 8. ..The Rev. Charles Fisch performed the double-ring ceremony at 2 p.m. Nuptial music was played by Mrs. Ralph Schelling, organist. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Victor Svendsen of Argyle, Wis. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Carol Salter of Leaf River. An off-white polyanza Empire gown with Alencon lace bodice and pearl trim was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. The A-line skirt extended into a chapel train. She also wore a picture hat trimmed with blue ribbon streamers and carried red Sweetheart roses, white carnations and babies'-breath. Matron of honor was Mrs. Cheryl Carr, sister of the bridegroom. She wore a pastel blue organza gown and picture hat and carried blue carnations and babies'-breath. Robert Carr served as best man, and Charles Voegeli, brother of the bridegroom, was usher. Guests were received at the Bertolet Building in Leaf River after the, ceremony. The bride attended Monticello (Wis.) High School. Her husband, a graduate of Leaf River High School, is employed byi Glenn Borneman. Mr. and Mrs. Voegeli are living in Leaf River. Bloomington. Junior bridesmaid was- Beth Hartog. Attendants wore sleeveless gowns of printed cotton organza of pink,.blue and green fashioned with ruffled necklines. They, .carried colonial bouquets of pink Sweetheart roses, green pompons, blue miniature carnations and babies'-breath with ivy. Make Home In Bloomington James Barry of Chicago served as best man. Groomsmen were Jeffrey Bright and Edward Heyman. .Junior groomsman was Brian Hartog. Tim and Tom Hartog seated guests. A reception followed in the church parlors. The cake was flanked with bouquets of pink gladioli, green pom- pons, blue carnations and babies'- breath. Mrs. Heyman is studying for a bachelor of fine arts degree at Illinois Wesleyan University in Bloomington. Her husband was graduated from Illinois Wesleyan in 1974 and is employed by' Bachrach's Meriswear. Mr. and Mrs. Heyman took a wedding trip to Pheasant Run in St. Charles and are making their home in Bloomington. don't HURRY! miss out on the FREE v - . . T-Bones for savers! AH over .Stephenson County, folks are eating better and (best of all) they're eating FREE T-bone steaks; How do you get your free T- Bones? It's simple . . . Just open or add to your time deposit account at "The Action Bank". For a $500 deposit, we're giving one free T- Bone. You get two free for a $1,000 deposit, four for $2^500, all the way up to 8 free T-bones for a $10,000 depos.it. Not only do yoO get the free steaks, but we're paying high interest on your savings dollar too. All accounts insured, each depositor up to $40,000. Penalty for early withdrawal. Hurry in, this deal will end on July 15. CITIZENS STATE BANK OF LENA "THE ACTION BANK' Dcpoiitor Iniuivd to $40,000 Page 4 Freeport Journal-Standard, Weekender, Saturday-Sunday, July 12-13, 1075

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