Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 24
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 24

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1975
Page 24
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Pink And White Glads Adorn Altar In a candlelight setting, Miss Susan Jean Wagenknecht and Arlan Richard Juhl exchanged wedding vows June 7 in Milledgeville United Methodist Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Hollo Wagenknecht of rural Milledgeville and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Juhl of rural Estherville, Iowa. The Rev. Clark J. Moushon performed the double-ring ceremony at 7 p.m. Twin baskets of pink and white gladioli flanked the altar, and hurricane lamps and white bows decorated the pews. Mrs. Gary Hartje was organist, and Mark Zumdahl of Sterling was soloist. Acolytes were Keith and David Wagenknecht. Bride Chooses Traditional Gown The bride chose a traditional gown of sheer organza over peau de soie with a fitted Princess waistline. The bodice was accented with a yoke of pearled Nottingham lace edged in ruffled Cluny lace. Cluny lace:also formed the Gibson collar and ruffle on the long, tapered lace sleeves. The A-line skirt extended into a cathedral train enhanced by a wide flounce of lace. A pearlized comb secured her fingertip, lace-edged mantilla veil, and she carried a bouquet of phalaenopsis orchids, leather leaf, stephanotis and pink babies'-breath. Mrs.-Mark Zumdahl of .Sterling was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Karen Meiners of rural Sterling. Wear Floral Gowns They wore pink, lavender and green floral printed gowns over pink taffeta underskirts. The gowns, designed in a wrap-around effect, had cape sleeves and ruffled necklines. Their matching picture hats were trimmed with flowers made from the same floral material as their gowns. They carried bou- , quets of daisy mums. Martin Schimels Make First Home In Chicago Rabbi E. Robert Kraus of Tenip Jex Beth El in Rockford performed the double-ring ceremony for the wedding of Miss Rosemary Wachenheimer and Martin Schimel on June 1 at the Germania Club. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Wachenheimer Sr., 306 Lorraine Drive. Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Schimel of Bloomingdale are parents of the bridegroom. . ' Rabbi Kraus also was soloist, and Jack Yeoman was violinist. A large white trellis, enhanced with pink and white Majestic daisies babies'-breath,^ smilax and salal fo-' liage served'as'a canopy. Flanking the trellis were green plants, creating a garden effect. , The bridalgown had;a high ruffled neckline and full Bishop sleeves ending in a ruffle. A blue ribbon belt marked the Empire waistline, and a ruffle edged the skirt and chapel train. Embroidered floral appliques enhanced MRS. MARTIN SCHIMEL the gown and train. The bride also wore a picture hat, trimmed with blue ribbon, which secured a waist-length veil. She carried a bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses, pink daisymums, white miniature carnations and blue babies'-breath. Miss Christine Yocius of Chicago was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Linda Wright and Patricia Schindlbeck, both of Chicago. Teresa Kielty of Pecatonica was flower girl. The attendants wore pale pink halter gowns with attached hoods. They carried nosegays of variegated pink miri v iature, carnations, pink daisymums, deep pink strawflowers and babies'- breath. The flower girl carried a lace flower basket filled with pink rose pet_ als." Serving as best man was Chris Musgrave, Groomsmen were David Wach- enh^imer Jr. and -Robert Noerr. John • .Kielty was ring bearer. A dinner and dance followed the cer- empny. ;Deri<r Farrar of/Fre'eport played "one of his compositions, dedicated to Hie couple, on the piano. White skirts wereused on the wedding tables. An arrangement of-pink and white Majestic daisies and-babies'-breath in a silver compote decorated ;the cake , table. ' v - _ '" * f '• '-^'' * The bride, a graduate of Aquin High School, attended Rosary College three years. »She is an underwriter for Hart- /' ford Steam and Boiler Insurance Co. in Chicago. Her husband was graduated from Oak Park High School, Northern Illinois University in DeKalb and the University of Chicago. He is employed by General Electric Finance Co. in Chicago. -Following a wedding trip to Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Schimel are living in Chicago.. Charles Juhl of Boone, Iowa, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Charles Hutchison of 'Creston, Iowa, was groomsman. Serving as ushers"' were Ricky and Kenny Juhl, brothers of the bridegroom, and Dr. Philip Wagenknecht. V A reception followed in the church fellowship hall. Newlyweds Travjel East . ' The newly weds took a wedding trip to the Eastern states. They are living in Springfield. Mrs. Juhl was graduated from Lake • Land College in Mattoon with a degree in dental hygiene and is employed as a • dental hygienist for Dr. Leonard Giannone in Springfield. Her husband received a bachelor of science degree in agricultural, engineering at Iowa State University in Ames. He is employed by the Illinois Department of Transportation, •' ' -.-.-' .;'' •" Newlyweds Honeymoon In Hawaii \ Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Rosalie A. DeWall and Paul Park at 2:30 p.m. June 7 at the Forreston Reformed Church^ Parents of the couple. are Mr. and Mrs. Onne A. DeWall of Forreston and 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard 0. Park of Mount Morris. The Revs. Kenneth Cordes, Ray Kleinhaus and Ralph Houston officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Vocal selections were sung by the bride and groom and by Neil DeWall of Loves Park. Mrs. George Groenwold was organist. Wears College Tiara For Jier wedding the bride chose a gown fashioned with a lace and organza bodice and full organza skirt. Lace medallions embellished with seed pearls adorned the gown. Her- full-length silk illusion veil was held in place by the Augustana College Swedish sterling silver and pearl bridal tiara. She carried a cascade of phaleo- nopsis orchids, stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. Larry Dikkers of Baileyviile~ was "matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.> Neil DeWall and Miss Claudia Park of Mount Morris. Flower girl was Sarah Lynn Dikkers of Bail- Attendants wore polyester blue gowns fashioned with flpral print chiffon jackets and blue picture hats, they carried baskets of pihk7 blue and lavender flowers. Two Candlelighters Wayne Miller of Durant, Iowa, served as best man; Groomsmen were Bruce True and 'Mark Nave. Ushers were Larry Dikkers, Randy Ocken, Boswell Latham and Patrick Hollar. Joel DeWall carried the rings ' MRS. ARLAN JUHL MRS; PAUL PARK Candlelighters were Anne Dikkers of Baileyville and Krista DeWall of Loves Park. White cloths and blue netting accented with pink and blue streamers and silver appointments, decorated the tables for a reception which followed in the fellowship hall of the church. The cake featured a fountain. Wedding bells and pastel streamers were also used in decorating. The bride is a. graduate of Central College in Pella, Iowa, and attended Rockford Cpliege. She is employed as a reading coordinator of the Mount Morris School District. Her husband, a graduate of Augustana College in Rock Island, is employed by Rock Island Central Junior High School. Following a wedding trip to Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Park are making their home in Oregon for the summer. Page 10 Fraeport Journal-Standard, Weekender, Saturday-Sunday. July'12-13, 1975 .

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