Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 27
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 27

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 12, 1975
Page 27
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Dubuque, Iowa, Trip Follows Wedding Rites The Rev: Robert Bush heard the exchange of nuptial vows by Miss Dena Katherine Homan and Wayne K. Allen at 1:30 p.m. June 7 at the First Church of the Open Bible. The bride is the daughter of Mrs/Eunice M. Homah, 813 S. Blackhawk Ave., and Robert E. Homan Jr., 862 W. Lincoln Blvd. Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. MRS. WAYNE ALLEN Allen, Freeport Route 2, are parents of the bridegroom. White gladioli and blue and yellow daisies adorned the altar. Mrs. Robert Bush was organist for the double-ring ceremony. Carried Colonial Bouquet For her wedding, the bride chose a gown, trimmed in lace, fashioned with a square neckline and sleeves which flared from above the elbow. She also wore a small matching hat which secured her full-length veil edged in lace. Her colonial bouquet contained white daisies and babies'-breath. . Mrs. Susan Diane Leopold of Rockford was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Merry K. Mordick. Mrs. Leopold wore a light blue gown and Miss Mordick wore yellow. They wore matching picture hats and carried blue, yellow and white daisies and babies'-breath. Ronnie Schoenrock of Stillman Valley was best man and Dave Reeder served as groomsman. Seating guests were Robert Homan and Russ Allen, brothers of the couple. Travel To Dubuque A reception followed at the Eagles Hall. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Freeport High School. Her husband, a 1973 graduate of Pearl City High School, is employed by th'e Kelly-Springfield Tire Co. Following a wedding trip to Dubuque, Iowa, Mr. and Mrs. Allen are making their home at 415 S. Lemon Ave. • Church By.Side Of Road Is Setting Of Wedding Wedding .vows were exchanged by Miss Nelli Schubin and Raymond Karpinski in a double-ring ceremony at the Church By the Side Of the Road at Rockton at 1:30 p.m. June 1. Dr. Joseph Cleveland officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs; ^Fedor Schubin of Rock City. Mr. and Mrs. Roman Karpinski, also of Rock City, are parents of the bridegroom. '.••'., Among the songs played on the organ was one written by the bride's father for the occasion. A dotted swiss gown, trimmed in lace, with standup collar, iorig sheer sleeves and Empire waistline was worn by the bride. She also wore a lace-trimmed mantilla veil. Mrs. Joe Carl Prince of Heber 'Springs, Ark., was matron of honor. Cathy Bessert was bridesmaid, and Sonia Zavolokoff of Chicago was junior bridesmaid. Their gowns were of melon, mint green and lemon colors. respectively. They were Empire waisted gowns, fashioned with short bell sleeves trimmed in lace.- They wore picture hats trimmed with ribbons to match their gowns and carried bouquets of white carnations and yellow Sweetheart roses. , Henry Karpinski of Cicero was best man and groomsman was Walter Gladkin of Rock City. ' , A reception followed at the Lost Lake Glub at Rock City. Leo Morozow provided accordion music and accompanied his wife, who sang. The bride and her husband are both graduates of Dakota High School. She attended Highland Community College and is employed as an engineering aide at Micro Switch. Her husband is attending Highland Community College and is employed as a technician by Micro Switch. Mr. and Mrs. Karpinski are making their home at 1443 Winter Drive following a wedding trip to the Vagabond Inn iniRochelle. • Couple Says Vows In Noon Rites St. Joseph Catholic Church" was the setting for the double-ring wedding of Miss Sharon Joann Davis and Herbert Andrew Small on June 7 at 12 noon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Davis, 1739 S. Oak Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew D. Small of Galesburg are parents, of the bridegroom. , . Flanking the altar were pedestal bouquets of white gladioli and turquoise Majestic daisies backed with lemon foliage." - The Rev..William Budden, associate pastor, officiated., Mrs^Ervin Scholz was organist, and soloists were Clyde Cole. Vern Ellis and Ann Stevning. The bride chose a gown of-chiffon and Alencon lace. The yoke was beaded with seed pearls, and the gowns also had full chiffon sleeves and a train. A Juliet headpiece secured her veil, which was edged with lace, and white Sweetheart roses, turquoise stephanotis and babies'-breath formed her cascade bouquet. ' . Linda Davis of San Francisco, Calif., was maid of honpr. Bridesmaids were Sandy Peska of Park Ridge, Viicki Schulte and Jeannie Humsburgcr, both of Dixon, and Jeannie Buss. Their aqua crepe gowns had long- sleeved jackets that tied in the front and full skirts. Tliey carried nosegays of white daisies, turquoise stephapotis, miniature carnations and babies'- breath. Flower girl was Cathy Jastie of Riverside, who wore an aqua dotted swiss gown. Serving as best man was Joseph Cavenaugh of Chicago. Groomsmen were Robert Weed. John H. W. Mar-' quis. John H. Burton and Gary L. Bowen^ Ushers were Larry Michaud and Brian Davis. Tobi Loving carried the rings. A reception followed at Germania. The bride received an associate of arts degree from Highland Community College and a bachelor of arts 'degree from Northern Illinois University. DeKalb. Her master's degree was obtained at Sangamon State University. She is an adult counselor at Macoupin Bridal Gifts . . . Visit our Unique Gift Department, choose from a large selection of lovely gifts.. STONE'S HALLMARK On-The-Ploza MRS. HERBERT SMALL County Mental Health Center. The bridegroom received a bachelor of arts degree and master's degree from Sangamon State University. He is employed as 'a veteran adviser at the university. They took a wedding trip to the islands of Oahu and Maui in Hawaii Their first hotne will be in Springfield Spode Pattern: Summer Palace Perfect for everything trom casual entertaining to formal dining. And because it's Spode Gourmet Stone China you can bake in it. And serve in it, too. Now available in five charming patterns. "Little's On Gifts Is Like ... Sterling On Silver" 24 E. Stephensoni— On The Plara 232-2611 Open Until 9 P.M.-Fri. & Mon. Freeport Journal-Standard, Weekencjer, Saturday-Sunday, July 12-13, 1975 Page 13

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