Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois on July 19, 1975 · Page 59
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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 59

Freeport, Illinois
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Saturday, July 19, 1975
Page 59
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Heiden-Sch/eich Vows Said MRS. TIMOTHY HEIDEN MRS/BRIAN SNYDER The Rev. William Budden officiated at the double-ring wedding ceremony of Miss Charity Schleich and Timothy Heiden on June 21 at St. Joseph Catholic Church. - . , Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Karl P. Schleich, 1245 S, Carroll Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. John Heiden, 1511 W. Logan St. Flanking the altar for the noon ceremony were pedestal bouquets of yellow gladioli, green Majestic daisies, blue carnations and pink pompons. Mrs. Ervin Scholz, organist, accompanied Jerry Kielman, soloist. Green and 'Blue Gowns An Empire-styled gown of polyester bridal satin trimmed with lace and seed pearls was worn by the bride. It was styled with high neckline, leg-of- mutton sleeves and a short train. Her mantilla > veil was edged in lace and was attached to a matching headpiece. She carried a cascade of white miniature carnations, white Sweetheart roses,- blue daisies and babies'-breath. Miss Karen Valkema was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Miss Beth Schleich, Miss Nancy Heiden and Mrs. Jean Runte. They wore identical Empire gowns of blue and green floral chiffon, fashioned with A-line skirts and cape sleeves. They also wore white picture hats with matching bands and carried nosegays of pink daisies, yellow miniature carnations and babies'-breath. Lori Runte was flower girl. She wore a gown styled identically to those of the attendants and carried a white bas- ket of flower petals. She wore a small cluster of blue daisies in her hair. Both Employed Here Serving as best man was Doug Wessels and groomsmen were Ken Mester, • Dave Seiffert and Rich Heiden, Doug • Martin and Pat Schleich seated guests. A reception* followed at the Sword & Stone Restaurant. White organdy swagged with blue netting, skirted the serving table. • The bride, a graduate of Aquirt High 'School, is employed by Emmert Diug Store. Her husband, a 1971 graduate of • Freeport High School, is employed by the Stephenson Service Station. Following a trip through the West ,Mr. and Mrs. Heiden are making their home at 115 Marcia Drive. Married In Overland Park, Kan. Miss Connie Gale Spargur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Spargur of Overland Park, Kan., and Brian Eugene Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Snyder of Overland Park, former Free- porters, were married June 14. The Rolling Hills United Presbyterian Church in Overland Park was the setting for their wedding. An arrangement of yellow and white mums and gladioli decorated the altar. Mrs. Robert Knodle of Freeport was soloist for the double-ring ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Bob Ralston at 7 p.m. The bride chose a satin gown trimmed' with appliques of lace and seed pearls. It was designed with a square neckline, fitted waistline and long sleeves. Seed pearls trimmed the full skirt, which extended into a chapel-length train. A Juliet cap headpiece trimmed with seed pearls, lace and silk ribbon secured her elbow- length veil. Sister Is Matron Of Honor Mrs. Phillip Frye of Grandview, Mo., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Lisa Patterson of Overland Park and Mrs. Steve Kuntz of Freeport, sister of the bridegroom. their gowns of apricot floral printed organza over yellow taffeta had a high waistline accented with a sash and back bow. The gowns also had a rounded neckline and short puffed sleeves. They wore fresh flower barrettes in their hair and carried nosegays of yellow and white carnations and daisies. Attend Bridegroom Kirk Knodle of Freeport was best man, and groomsmen were John Schofield of Freeport and Jim Walter of Overland Park. Steve Kuntz of Freeport and Brian Braham of Overland Park seated guests. ' A reception followed in the church's fireside room. Guests were later received at the home of the bridegroom's parents for a buffet dinner. A centerpiece of yellow daisies and white carnations was used on the^serving table. The newlyweds took a wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells. They are living at 7339 Maple St. in Overland Park. The bride plans to attend college in Kansas. Her husband, a college junior, is'employed by Les' Professional Cleaning. Bridal Gifts . . . Visit our Unique Gift Department, choose from a. large selection of lovely gifts.. STONE'S HALLMARK On-The-Plaza . White Daisies Adorn Church White daisies decorated Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Wood Dale June 14 for the wedding of Miss Kathleen Merner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irven Merner of Itasca, and David Cassens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cassens of Lanark. The Rev. John T. Real performed • the double-ring ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Organ music was provided by Ron Duval, and the soloist was Roger Thompson. A gown of linen, bordered at the hemline with Venise lace, was worn by the bride. Her long veil was trimmed in Venise lace and was secured by a cap of matching lace., She carried white daisies and orange roses. Attend Bride Maid of honor was Sharon Frusolone of Roselle and bridesmaids were Vicky Tufano of Lombard, Kathy Coyne of Milan and Cindy Cassens of Muncie, Ind. . They wore floral print gowns of orange, white and green, fashioned with Sweetheart necklines, ruffled hemlines and long sleeves. They carried white daisies and orange roses in baskets. Jim Keeney of Mundelein served as best man, Groomsmen were Dave Sigler, Mike Merner and Rob Hensley. Restaurant Reception A reception followed at 5:30 p.m. at Mr. Duke's Restaurant in Wood Dale. Mrs. Cassens is a graduate of Western Illinois University at Macomb and is director of parks and recreation for the Itasca Park District. Her husband is a student at Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago. They will make their home in Wood. Dale. Open Until ' 9 P.M. Mon, & Fri. FroaportJournal-Standard. We«k«nd«r, Saturday-Sunday. July 19-20, 1976 Pag* 11 <

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