Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 19, 1975 · Page 57
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 57

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 19, 1975
Page 57
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Couple Travels South; At Galena The double-ring ceremony was used for the wedding of Miss Elaine E. Schreck and David A. Snyders on June 17 in Calvary United Methodist Church of Stockton. The Revs. John Dexter and Charles Fleck officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Darius F. Schreck of rural Stockton and Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Snyders of rural Galena. Organist and pianist was Ron Hill of Stockton. Soloists were the bride and John Beed of Stockton. Father Escorts Bride Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an acetate and nylon lace gown over taffeta that had a scooped neckline, long, full sleeves of lace and an Empire waist. Her chapel-length veil of nylon tulle, accented with lace, fell from a Camelot headpiece. Her bouquet was of yellow roses and white daisies. Miss Marcey Arnold of Woodbine was maid of honor. She wore a green polyester knit gown 'trimmed with white lace. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Delvin Schreck of Lena, Miss Laura L. Love of Freeport and Mrs ? Joseph Love of Rockford, sister of the bridegroom. Junior bridesmaid was Cindy Schreck of Sandwich. Their gowns were of yellow polyester knit accented with white lace. Carry White Bibles Each attenda.nt carried a white Bible and a yellow rose. Serving as best man was Merrill Henrichs of Galena. Junior groomsman was Dan Snyders, brother of the bridegroom. Groomsmen were Vernpn Croffoot of Freeport and Arnold Feldermann and Marty Johnson, both of Galena. Gary Scott and Dave Kleckner, both of Freeport, ushered. Candlelighters were Airman Daniel D. Schreck of Chanute Air Force Base at Rantoul and Spec. 5 Duane D. Schreck of Ft. Ord, Calif. A reception followed at the church. To The Bride-To-Be The Journal-Standard is glad to run wedding accounts of brides, and their pictures. Because of space limitations and good newspaper practice, a tihie linilt has been set in the publication of wedding accounts with pictures. Wedding pictures received after 15 days will not be used. Brides and their families are asked to fill iq a-wedding blank from The Journal-Standard newsroom in advance of the wedding and see that it reaches the society editor as soon as possible after the wedding. Only pictures of the bride alone, In a formal gown, are used. These will be limited to one column. MRS. DAVID SNYDERS The bride, a 1974 graduate of Stockton High School, is employed by The Heritage in Galena. Her husband was graduated from Galena High School in 1973 arid attended Highland Community College. He is engaged in farming. Mr. and Mrs. Snyders took a wedding tripjto Tennessee. They are at home in rural Galena: ANNOUNCEMENTS and INVITATIONS.., * Candle-Napkins * Bridal Registry ' (Free gift when you register) * Free Thank You Notes With Announcements STONE'S HALLMARK --_ .Qn-Jhe.-Plaza Bridegroom Stationed In California The Rev. William Budden performed the ceremony for the wedding of Miss Miriam Alonso and Leo Lotta on June 14 at 2 p.m. in St. Joseph Catholic Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Alonso, 629 W. Avon St. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lotta, Freeport Route 3, are parents of the bridegroom. Flanking the altar were bouquets of pastel colored daisies. Carries Orchid, Stephanotis . The bride chose an organza over taffeta gown accented with lace and seed pearls. She carried a white orchid and stephanotis. Her short net veil was attached to a lace crown headpiece trimmed with pearls. Mrs. Ray Dorn, sister .of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Kathy Watson, Miss Ronda Beam and Miss Francine Lotta, sister of the bridegroom. The attendants wore organdy gowns in pastel shades and picture hats with streamers to match their gowns and carried assorted colored daisies. • Brother Is Best Man , Mark Lotta was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Henry and Manuel Alonso, brothers of the bride, and Bill Neinas of Holmen, Wis. Gene MRS. LEO LOTTA Lotta and Ray Dorn seated guests. A reception followed at the Mercury Ballroom. The bride, a 1974 graduate of. Freeport High School, attended Highland Community College. Her husband, also a graduate of Freeport High School, is serving in the Marines. He is stationed at Pendleton, Calif. Carpet & Furniture Cleaning Specialist In Our Plant Or In Your Home See Freeport's most complete selection of beautiful new carpeting. LLOYD G. SMITH 1791 South West Ave. 232-4174 Complete Bridal Services for You . . . For bridal gowns, attendants' dresses and accessories, Bridal Registry, Bridal Salon and Consultant, famous name luggage, invitations, guest books, napkins, attendants' gifts, home decorating and furnishings . . . come to Weise's. "A good neighbor since 1907" Freeport Journal-Standard, Weekender, Stturday-Sunday, July 19-20, 1976 Page 9

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