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July 1, 1968

Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 8

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James D. Haas Takes Bride Miss Julie Thomasson and James D. Haas were united in marriage at 2 p.m. June 15 in First United Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thomasson, 123 N. Sunset Ave., are parents of the bride. Mr. Haas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Haas, 312 S. Van Buren Ave. Vases of white gladiolia and yellow Majestic daisies decorated the altar. The Revs. John W. Bruce and Webster R. Hobb performed the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Thomas Wingert was soloist. She was accompanied by Mrs. Robert Smith at the organ. Taffeta Gown The bride chose a gown with train of Alencon lace over taffeta. A petal plateau headpiece accented with seed pearls and aurora borealis secured her veil of silk illusion. She carried a cascade of yellow Sweetheart roses and white daisies. The bridegroom's sister, Miss Pamela Haas was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Kay woods, and JoAnne Thomasson, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Each attendant wore a gown of yellow taffeta and chiffon with a yellow lace bodice. Their ons and yellow Majestic daisies was on the serving table. Reception assistants were Mrs. Larry Goodrich, Mrs. Ruthann Hardman and Mrs. Florence Welty and Misses Karleene Boyle, Shirley Monigold, Linda Hahn, Kathy Barrett, Linda Long and Martha Haas. The new Mrs. Haas is a 1966 graduate of Freeport High School and is employed by Micro Switch. Mr. Haas, also employed by Micro Switch, graduated from Freeport. High veils of yellow net were secured by yellow flowers and they carried bouquets of yellow pompons and white daisies. Dawn Hornung of Pearl City School in 1964 and attended Highland Community College. He served two years in the Marine Corps, 13 months of which were in Vietnam, and received his discharge in February. The newlyweds are residing at 840 W. Avon St. Miss Kahl, Mr. Lieb Say Vows Miss Constance Joan Kahl and Kenneth Paul Lieb exchanged nuptial vows June 15, in St. ushered and"scott'"Hayes car" Marv ' s Catholic Church, Eliza- MRS. JAMES HAAS was flower girl and wore a dress styled like the other attendants'. Terry Phillips of Pearl City served as best man, and groomsmen were Gary Huenefeld and Randy Hornung. John Clouser and Tom Erb Wolfe of Galena. Each wore a blue chiffon gown enhanced by an Empire bodice of white lace with bateau neckline and puffed sleeves. Their headpieces were wisps of silk illusion caught to matching bows and they carried nosegays of blue-tinted carnations. Wed In California Rites All Saints Episcopal Church i don; Deane Mosher of Newport, in Pasadena, Calif., was the setting for the . T 'ine R wedding of Miss Elizabeth Brit; Gordon and Michae) Sto c .kopf Ascher, son of Vt.; and Join Davenport of Seattle, Wash. Garden Reception A reception was held in the Roger Lieb of Stockton served Mr ai)( j j^ rs j 0 h n stoskopf garden at the Gordon home. A as best man. Seating thu guests A .- hpP 71ft w et pn h Pn <:nn st stone terrace banked with mag- «.oi-n 55am T.inh onrl Minhnnl ASCIier, ' Ia VV> ^tepnenSOn til. „„, = „,„„„„ „.,. ..„„„...„„. .....? were Sam Lieb and Michae Dreibelbis of Freeport. Johu Albreclit served as groomsman. James Kahl, brother of the bride, was ringbearcr. Wisconsin Honeymoon A reception was held in the church hall. Assisting were Misses Shirley Shadle, Lissa ried the rings. Reception At Church A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. A centerpiece of white snapdrag- Area Couple Jakes Wedding Trip To East jbeth, at 1 p.m. The Rev. Robert Jackson performed the double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Miles M. Kahl of Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lieb of Stockton are par- The Rev. M. W. Close, pastor of the Seward First Congregational Church, performed the double-ring ceremony for the June 9 wedding of Miss Ruth Louise Hodgson and Roy George completed each ensemble. William Quinn III of Loves Park served as best man. Wayne Rummel, brother of the bridegroom, and Eugene Britsch of Ridott were groomsmen. j Glenn Koning of Pecatonica and Rummel. The bride is the daughter of i Steve Kerkhoff of German Val- Mr. John E. Hodgson of Egan.jley ushered. and Mr. Rummel is the son of I Reception Held Mr. and Mrs. George Rummel Mr. and Mrs. Raymond John- ents of the bridegroom. Charles Niemeyer, soloist, was , accompanied by Miss Alma | ^ n f" g ^ Becker, organist. The bride wore a gown of silk organza featuring a scooped Lunning, Laraine Buisker, Mary Jean Breed, Colleen Lee, Jen Bausman, Cindy Wenger, Jayne Krohmer and Jane Mitchell and Mrs. John Albrecht and Tom Lieb. The new Mrs. Lieb, a graduate of Elizabeth High School, attended Highland Community College. Her husband, a graduate of Stockton High School, served in the Marine Corps for three years and is employed by Chrysler Corp. in Belyidere. Following a Wisconsin honeymoon, Mr. and Mrs. Lieb will live at 807 W. Lincoln Blvd. Williams-Burfiendt Mr. and Mrs. Albert Allen Williams are at home in Lanark following their marriage May 25 and a wedding trip to Denver, Colo., and California. The former Miss Bonnie Jean Burfiendt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Knorr, and Mr. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Williams, all of Lanark, Of German Valley. The bride wore a silk organza over mist taffeta gown with son were hosts at a reception in Fellowship Hall of the church following the ceremony. Other Watteau train. The gown was i assistants were Mrs. Ralph Kon- styled with an Empire bodice j«ig, Mrs. Steve Kerkhoff and •Mrs. Tom Bixler and Misses Barbara Buttel, Janice Baker, Kris Leonard, Carol Eickman. and Kathie Roettger. , ' The new Mrs. Rummel is a graduate of Winnebago High School and the La Molo School of Beauty Culture. She will be employed at the Fashionaire Salon of Beauty in Byron. Her husband, a graduate of Forreston High School and Lincoln Barber College, is owner of Roy's Barber Shop in Leaf River. Mr. and Mrs. Rummel took a wedding trip to the East. Newspaperman Dies WASHINGTON (AP) — John L. Williams, 72, former chief of the Kansas City Star Washington bureau, died Sunday. Williams, who retired in 1964 from more than 50 years of newspaper work, was currently serving on the Republican National Committee to assist in the reorganization of its public relations service. MRS. ROY G. RUMMEL and scooped neckline and was re-embroidered with lace and seed pearls. Her silk illusion veil was held | by a rose petal crown headpiece and she carried a crescent bouquet of yellow roses. Nile Green Gowns Miss Doris Rummel, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Connie Britsch of Seward and Miss Barbara Mader of Kent. Each wore a georgette over taffeta Nile green gown which featured a redingote design. Floral braid trimmed the Empire waistline and cuffs of the long sleeves. A rose bow plateau headpiece with veil and a bouquet of yellow carnations MRS. KENNETH LIEB neckline and elbow-length sleeves and trimmed in Alencon lace. The A-line skirt extended into a full-length train. Her silk illusion veil was caught to a Dior bow headpiece. She carried a bouquet of cascading white roses and blue carnations centered with a white cymbidium orchid. Attended Bride Miss Diane Fischer of Elizabeth served as maid of honor, and bridesmaid was Miss Eldine United. Methodist Church, Chad- wipk ring ceremony in a setting of pink gladioli and white carnations. Arnold Grimm was organist and accompanied Arnold and Kay Prowant, who sang. Chantilly Lace Gown The bridal gown was fashioned with a Chantilly lace bodice enhanced with seed pearls and French sequins and an organza skirt with chapel length train accented with matching lace. The bride's veil was secured by a cabbage rose headpiece, and she carried a cascade bouquet of lilies of the valley, pink Sweetheart roses and white carnations. Miss Kristy Kloepping of Lanark was maid of honor, and Miss Doris Kness of Freeport served as bridesmaid. Beverly Knorr of Lanark was junior bridesmaid. Each attendant wore a pink gown with a satin banded cotton lace bodice and a georgette over taffeta skirt that featured a Watteau back panel. Each has a Swiss braid rosette headpiece securing her veil and carried a colonial bouquet of pink Sweetheart roses and white carnations. Attend Groom Gary Shellhause was man, Terry Rahn was groomsman and David Linker of Chadwick, junoir groomsman. Guests were seated by Wayne Linker, Francis Snider and Ronald Harter Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kloepping were host and hostess for the reception in the church par- The ceremony was performed by the Rev. George Regas at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The bride, daughter of Dr. Irving Gordon of Pasadena and the late Mrs. Gordon, was attired in a gown with train of MRS,. MICHAEL ASCHER ivory peau de soie with Alencon lace accents. Her veil was secured by a tiara of flowers, and she carried a bouquet of daisies and cornflowers. Attend Bride Miss Harriet Dann of Wilmington, Del., was maid of honor, and Miss Deborah Tracy of !orona del Mar, Calif., and Miss Sandra Lynch of Dallas, Tex., were bridesmaids. Each attendant wore an emerald green gown and a circlet of flowers in her hair and carried a bouquet of yellow daisies and babies' breath. Richard Bell of San Diego, Calif., a former Freeport resident, was best man. Also attending the bridegroom were two brothers of the bride, James Norrby and Thomas Rolf Gor- nolia trees and yellow and white mum plants provided the background for the receiving line. Guests were seated at small tables covered with yellow cloths. The newlyweds left for a honeymoon trip to New Orleans and Fort Myers Beach, Fla. They will make their first home at 100 Bleeker St., New York, N.Y. The new Mrs. Ascher is a Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 8 Mon., July T, 1968 19G4 Westridge graduate and a 1968 graduate of Wellesley College, Wellesley, Mass. Mr. Ascher is a Freeport High School graduate and a 1964 gradu^ti; of the University of Colorado at Boulder. He attended Dartmouth Medical School and is a 1968 graduate of Harvard Medical Sehool. SHOE SALE Miami Beach Loses Its Last Horse Due To Ordinance MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) Miami Beach no longer is a one-horse town. The city's last horse, Big Red, owned by Philip Chafetz, was moved to a Miami stable after the city enforced an ordinance pased last March banning livestock. WOMEN'S From DRESS SHOES SC90 & CASUALS Entire Stock of Spring & Summer HANDBAGS V* Price SUMMER SANDALS Values to $10 From CHILDREN'S SHOES Including Buster Browns One Low Price . . . rs LOAFERS Values To $17.99 One Low Price Don't Panic . . We'll Be OPEN ALL DAY JULY 4 For Your BEER and PACKAGE GOODS NEEDS WALNUT HILL Drive-In 9 West Galena Ave. • Main at Walnut 5 POINT SAFETY SPECIAL I Make sure your car is ready for vacation trips and avoid costly breakdowns on the road. Here's what to do... 1. Front end alignment 4. Front wheels balanced 2. Wheel rotation (including weights) 3. Brakes adjusted 5. Plus we safety-inspect • Shock absorbers • Exhaust system • Battery and cable .Steeringsystem 'Coolingsystem SPECIAL THROUGH WEDNESDAY » UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAY ON SERVICES plus parts, most can. Regular $16.95 valui. 4 FULL PLY RENOWN 2 ^j *J 7.75-14/7.75-15 $13.49 Plus$2.19/2.21 F.E.T. 8.25-14/8.15-15 $15.34 Plus $2.35/2.36 F.E.T. 6.50-13 tubeless LS1 F.E.T. Pflces P' us trade-in. Whitewalls $2.25 more. INSTALLED FREE! NO MONEY DOWN! UP TO 12 MONTHS TO PAYI lors. Other assistants included Mmes. Wayne Linker, Francis', Snider, Gary Reese and Gary Kloepping and Miss Wilma Bright, Cheryl Giedd, Diane Kloepping and Debra Snider. The newlyweds are graduates of Lanark High School. Mrs. Williams is employed by Crum & Forster Group Insurance and Mr. Williams is engaged in farming. ALL SALES FINAL No Exchanges or Refunds Open Monday and Friday Nights SHOES 6 W. Stephenson St. More and more Freeport people now make FREEPORT SAVINGS their FAMILY SAVING CENTER We help them work out a common sense saving plan for every future family need so they can be sure to have the money when the time comes— for college, a new home, retirement or whatever. FREEPORT SAYINGS CURRENT RATE AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Since STEPHENSON PHONE 23: DISCOUNT COUPON EACH MIX OR MATCH Regular Values 1.99 to 2.49 DRESSES Plain, One-Piece SUITS Men's or Ladies' 2-Pc. Coupon must b« preitnUd with order | ||^ Expires July 8 f er COUPON ANY: EACH 2 OR MORE Mix or Match •PANTS • SLACKS • SKIRTS (Plain) Re £ n ?* ecich • SWEATERS NOLIMIT • SPORT SHIRTS I PRESENT COUPON WITH YOUR ORDER Q 0 Q 0 Q fExpire. July 8 |Q Q Q_Q_ DISCOUNT COUPON BY POPULAR DEMAND! HUMS BEAUTIFULLY LAUNDERED FOR TSAVE 20'1 Niolly Fold.d or'oii Hunger j7REE OF"CHARC? COUPON MUST'BE PRESENTED WITH ORDER J LA .NKJT CLEANSING SPECIAL 29 Sterilized, deodorized, mothproofed and sealed in plastic ready to use. 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