Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 25
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 25

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1975
Page 25
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Wedding Trip To Maine Taken By Hermans Miss Vickie Ann Schneider and Freder.ick Alan Lierman repeated wedding vows in a double-ring ceremony at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Lena on May 24. .- .~V ' The Rev. Thomas Doran officiated before an altar arranged with white gladioli, blue carnations and yellow Majestic daisies. Mrs. Richard v Ma'her was organist and Mrs. Kenneth-Kilmer was soloist; For the 10 a.mTceremohy, the bride wore a jersey gown fashioned with a weddirfg band collar, long tapered sleeves and a chapel train. Popcorn Venise lace trimmed the sleeves and formed a V-shaped bib on the bodice. She also wore a short tiered veil arid -blusher of silk illusion edged in Venise lace, secured by a Juliet headpiece of ^matching lace, She carried a cascade of yellow daisies, blue miniature carnations, white Sweetheart roses and babies'-breath. ^ Parents Of Couple SJje is the daughter :of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schneider of rural Pearl City. His parents are^ Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lierman of Rockford^. Miss Julie Schneider of Pearl City was maid of honor at her Sister's wedding. She wore a gown of floral flocked nylon in blue, yellow and pink, over white pima cotton, it was fashioned with -a sweetheart neckline, French pouf sleeves and ruffle,at the hemline. She carried a nosegay of multicolored summer flowers and >lso wore a picture hat With blue streamers. ^ „ Flower girls, Sherri and Wendy Williams, wore pale yellow and blue gowns, respectively, of double knit jersey,'trimmed in brocaded lace, ^ach wore a picture hat with streamers to match her dress. Sherri carried a lace basket of rose petals, decorated with a cluster of yellow daisies. Wendy carried a ring pillow, decorated with a cluster-of blue miniature carnations. Honeymoon In Maine Francis T. Carriglitto served as. best man. Seating guests were. Richard Lierman and Ralph Turnbull. A dinner and reception followed at the Colonial Inn in .Lena. White organdy, swagged with yellow netting, skirted the cake table. White gladioli, blue carnations and yellow Majestic daisies formed a long, low centerpiece on the bridal table. - The bride, a graduate of Pearl City High School, is employed as a secretary by Sunstrand Aviation Co. in Rockford. Her husband has a bachelor of science degree in English and is employed as a group lead writer by Sunst- rand, -,'•'..' After a honeymoon in Maine, Mr. and Mrs. Lierman are. living at 232 Guard St., Rockford. v Couple Is Wed At First Baptist WpHHinO vnurc urarn nvnViannnrl K«» BB^^MM^^BMMRBUHHBHBBBi^^HB^BH^^ ! . J , I Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Coleen Ann Stake and Dennis Gene Janssen on May 31 in First Baptist Church. , The Rev. George White performed the double-ring ceremony at 1:3Q p.m. A bouquet of pink gladioli, white Fugi mums, green carnations and babies'- breath centered the froiit of the church. Flanking^ the bouquet were seven-branched candelabra tied with ferns and white satin bows. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Bernard Stake, Freeport Route 2, and the late Mr. Stake. The bridegoom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Millard Janssen of rural German Valley; Music Provided Mrs. Clarence Paul was organist, and soloist was the Rev. Jess Burton. ' Candlelighters were Kevin Stake and David Janssen, brothers of the bride and groom, respectively. The bride's A-line gown of polyester satin was trimmed with satin bands at the neckline, Empire waistline and wrist. Candlelight lace was used for the bodice, long fitted sleeves and train. Her tiered net illusion veil was edged in lace and fell from a Juliet cap headpiece of candlelight lace. She carried a cascade of white miniature car- MRS. DENNIS JANSSEN nations, pink Sweetheart roses and white Fugi mums. The bride also wore her great-grandmother's gold ring. . Miss Diane Janssen of German Valley, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Misses Marsha and Debra Stake, sisters of the bride. Wear Flocked,Gowns The maid of- honor wore a Princess- style gown of green flocked crepe fashioned with puffed sleeves and an Em- Gratiot, Wis., Church Scene Of Double-Ring Ceremony pire waistline marked with a satin ribbon. She also wore a green picture hat and carried a nosegay of green miniature carnations, white Sweetheart roses and babies'-breath. The bridesmaids' gowns were of "pink flocked crepe and their picture hats were pink. They carried nosegays of pink miniature carnations, white Sweetheart roses and babies'-breath. The flower girl, Kimberly Stake, sister of the bride, wore a white gown patterned after the bridal gown. In he« hair she wore a halo of multicolored miniature carnations. She carried a wicker basket filled with pink rose petals. Brother Carries Rings Steve Fricke was best man. Groomsmen were John Johnson and Phillip Fransen. Ronald Janssen was ring bearer for his brother's wedding, and usherettes were Sally Siemens and Cheryl Stake. / A reception followed in the church hall. White organdy, swagged with pink netting, skirted the serving and bridal tables. Mrs. Janssen, a Freeport High School graduate, was graduated from Highland Community College this year, with a major in elementary education. Her husband, a graduate of Forreston High School, was graduated from Rockford Business College, where he majored in accounting. They took a wedding trip to Florida. The Rev. Francis Dominic performed the May 31 wedding of Miss Karen A. Tuescher and Michael J. Schlichting at 2 p.m. at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Gratiot, Wis. Miss Deb Bartosik was soloist and. Miss Trish Babler, organist. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Walter Tuescher of South Wayne, Wis. -Mr. and Mrs. Elmer V> Schlichting.of Nora are parents of the bridegroom. Escorted By Brother Given in marriage by her brother, David Tuescher, the bride wore a dotted voile princess-style gown fashioned with long sleeves and a peter pan collar. Venise lace accented the front of the gown and a back bow secured her chapel-length train. She wore a matching picture hat with dotted voile hat band and a chapel veil scattered with Venice lace accents. She carried a cascade of daisies and yellow rosebuds. Matron of honor was Mrs. Jim Mau, who wore a yellow dotted swiss gown and white picture hat accented with yellow dotted swiss ribbons. Junior bridesmaid was Kim Ann Schlichting, sister of the bridegroom, dressed identically to the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Lyle Samson and Mrs. Roger Reent's, sisters of the bride, and Miss Joan Winn. They wore green dotted swiss gowns and picture hats with matching ribbons. They carried nosegays of daisies and babies'- breath. At Home In Nora Serving as best man for his brother's wedding was Mark Schlichting. Groomsmen were Kevin Samson, Kurt Schlichting, brother of the bridegroom, Joe Tuescher, brother of the bride, and Craig Thompson. Ushers were Brad Heilman and Brad Schlichting. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mrs. Schlichting is employed by Associates Finance Co. Her husband is a student at Highland Community College and is employed by Freeport Memorial Hospital." Mr. and Mrs. Schlichting are making their first home in Nora. ANNOUNCEMENTS and INVITATIONS.., * Candle-Napkins •* Bridal Registry (Frte gift when you register) * Free Thank You Notes,. With Announcements STONE'S HALLMARK On-The-Plaza __ In. out tritaat inouraaie and iei ,ui' HiCfi you with you* f Open Mon. & Fri. Eve. CHINA CRYSTAL STAINLESS PEWTER Gourmet Cooking Accessories 16 N. Chicago Ave. Freeport Journal-Standard. Weekender,,un<lay, July ,12-13, ,1975 Page 11

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