Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 12, 1975 · Page 29
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Dinner, Dance Given After Nuptial Service Couple it_ ~ ,a__BJi_ _£ "___^___-«. Biis ami teniiteawjfife ww* Mfes Maart I; Bui at (finifHte-ffinjg Jons 7 IMSss "Stem Ibnmi Satfito f"«jfofl at masr- aft St. TObniEBS Ampmtng C&fltafite Cfimnzfti. __ Tflte K1L Stop.. Msgjr.. EfcaymaBS JT. softer ®ff ttftis Mfcs Mtwrii Miss tte iSteftangse off was 3m mcssi fiftswstx. JCiss TDfatmas was sisJtoiSL, ami fey Mis:. SQnciJsi Sdtato., tar- MRS. RANDY HOWARD Is Lake Of A trip to the Lake of the Ozarks was taken by Mr. arid Mrs. James F. Kehl Jr. after their wedding June 7. The former Miss Candice Jane Sisler and Mr. Kehl exchanged vows at 2 p.m. in a double-ring ceremony performed by the Rev. William Blomberg. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Sisler Jr., 1016 S. West Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. James Kehl; 733 W. Elk St. Bouquets of lavender and white Majestic daisies flanked the altar. Miss Velma Wachlin was organist, and soloist was Ray Divan of Elgin. The bride chose a Princess-style gow.n of organza which featured^"Venise lace yoke,-short cap.sleeves and MRS. JAMES F. KEHL JR. off tt&e (Mopte aon? Mr, sod MESL. AM&Hniy BetSmsL, 1I3R W. Americana StL ami Mr.. $Q& MES, James Hweraund, HZ2,W.. Pa&aaer St. Tfte tsnsfie wvsre a prine«ss 'sUhouette gewn «rf crepe jersey whidb extended sato a ckapeiKfengtls train, Tbe bodice featured a lace bib, outlined with a lace raffle and long lace sleeves ending in a ruffle. Pearls accented the lace trim and a pearl- encrusted band trimmed the front of the dart A lace border enhanced the hemline, A Juliet headpiece secured her blusher and fingertip veil. Her bouquet was composed of white Sweetheart roses-. Maid of honor was Miss Millie Ben- Destination Ozarks high ruffled collar, A ruffle marked the hemline. The gown also had a chapel- length train. A Venise lace headpiece secured her blusher and "fingertip veil of silk illusion. She- carried a cascade bouquet of lavender and white daisies and yellow Sweetheart roses. .Miss Michele Kehl of Rock Island was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Jacki Stykel and Mrs. Gary Kampmeier. They wore lavender knit gowns fashioned with a deep V-neckline and but- • terfly sleeves. The*A-line skirt fell from the raised waistline. Their white -picture hats were trimmed with lavender ribbon and they carried white wicker baskets olf lavender and white daisies and babies'-breath. Gary Lingbeck served as best man. Groomsmen were Jerome Banz and Dennis Kuntzelman of Leaf River, and ushers were Mark Sisler, brother of the bride, Robert Fryer, Tim Holden and Dave Busker. A reception was held in the church parlors. Bouquets of lavender and white daisies centered the serving table. The newly weds are Freeport High. School graduates. She is employed as a secretary by the Stephenson County Highway Department. Her husband, who attended Highland Community College, is employed by Norm's Auto Body. Mr. and Mrs. Kehl are living at 1228 S. Carroll Ave. want Tftey wane w&iito wwfeJtsrtBaiaa®3 ttsre feats Sasiuswedl Ctoiistioa Tureatia <»ff itow«r giri, wore a must gowm au»a a hato of f!ow«r&. ia« earned a toasfce* et Itowssrs,. Serving as his brother's best man was Kenneth Howard, Groomsmen were Terry Print, Martc HoJnx awl Tom Howard, another brother of the oridegroom. Ushers were Phil Gas-man, Cliff Wilken, Ren Howard and Mike Leopold, A wedding dinner followed at the Elks Club and a reception was held there at T p,m. Dan Heine's Past and Present band provided music, Italian porcelain candelabra and an arrangement of mixed flowers decorated the dinner table. Champagne was serw3 from a fountain. The bride is a graduate of Aquin High School and Highland Community CoUege. She is employed by Lindgren, Callihan, Weaver & Van Osdol. Her husband was graduated from Freeport High School and is employed by the Morse Electric Co. - Following a wedding trip to Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Howard are making their home at 221 W. Jackson St. M/ss Cindy Hines, James Brown Jr. Exchange Vows The home of Mr. and Mrs. George Hines of Milledgeville was the scene of the wedding of their daughter, Cindy Sue, and James M. Brown Jr. on June M. The bridegroom is the son of Mr, and Mrs. James M. Brown of Polo. The Rev. B. J. Breeden of the Open Bible Church of Polo performed the ceremony at 1 p.m. The bride chose an acetate gown designed with an Empire waistline and square neckline. Lace trimmed the front of the bodice, cuffs and tops of the sleeves. Bands of lace enhanced Che front of the skirt and hemline. Her tiered bouffant veil was secured by a lace cap, and she carried an arrangement of daisies and yellow and white roses. Attendants were Sue Watts of Freeport and Lloyd Sherman of Polo. The maid of honor wore a sheer yellow, white and green floral print gown and carried a bouquet of daisies and greens. , ; A reception Was held in the MlUodge< ville Bank community room. The newlyweds^are living at Mount Morris Estates in Mount Morris, where Mr. Brown is employed by Kablo Printing Co. Wit! Live tn Iowa FSts» IMtai Meftfcwftst. Lwwurk was the seWiwg twr tt» w of Mfcs 'txwaise Renro \jmwtv Ttowmas NKetae) Myers m Jhme 'I. Parasls wt the wiwpte are Mr Mrs, R. Dean Lwrar <rf rural and Mr. ami Mrs, Roland Myers «t EWiwe,, Iowa, Tbe Rev, Donald T, Qtea&, SM^*^ tendent of the Rw&torti DvstrkU <&f tne United Metaotlist Owur^ and the Rev.. Ckvilte E, Cote perfcwroed ttoe (Kwibfcs ring ceremony/ at warn The altar was deeorattHl vcith v(i«e Red IPttneess Ss Harold Wilhclms played and accompanied the s David Cassem ami MPS, Blaine acre. The>feride ch^se a go\xm of shew w^ ganM and CUiny lace, styled with an Empire waistline, cummerbund, hi#U collar and full Bishop sleeves. The skirt extended into a chapel train. She also wore a picture hat with satin hand and carried a cascade of green foliage, gardenias and slepuanoti& Miss Cynthia Ransom of Rayonne, N. J., was maid of honor, Bridesmaids N^re De«ise Siegel of Highland Park, Martha Lower of Lanark and Mary Ann Myers of Boone, Iowa. All of the attendants wore. maim> saki-linen gowns with white niffletl Cluny lace edging the collar «iu< cuffs and extending from the waistline down the center back of the gown. They tUso wore matching picture hats with floral embroidered bands and buck bows to match the trim on their gowns. They carried colonial bouquets of various types of green foliage. Working On Master's Scott Lilly of Boone, Iowa, served a* best man. Groomsmen were Thomas Bricc, William Wallace and Christ ophor Lower, Mark Lower, Dennis Wll % son, Jnmes Keunoy and Ronald Ulong were ushers. ' A buffet dlnnor and reception foN lowed, at tho Lanark Mnsonlc Temple, The brido is u gruduato of Lnntu-k High School and graduated from tho University of Iowa this year. Hor husband was graduated from ' Uoono (Iowa) High School and In 1074 wius graduated from tho University of' Iowa. Ho is working on his ma.stur',s degree In Journalism at tho university, Mr. and Mrs, Myors nro making tholr homo at Terrace Park, Uoutu !l, Iowa City, Iowa. Freeport Journal-Standard, Weekender, Saturday, Sunday, July 12-13, 1975 Pago 16

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