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Freeport Journal-Standard from Freeport, Illinois · Page 2

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Kubly-Cardinal Rites MRS. HERBERT KUBLY White Majestic daisies and yellow carnations decorated St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church for the June 15 wedding of Miss Marguerite Ann Cardinal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Cardinal, 1360 Crest wood Drive, and Herbert Kubly of Monroe, Wis. Mr. Kubly is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Kubly of Monticello, Wis. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Robert Sherry at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Miss Deana Raih played nuptial music at the organ. The bridal gown with train of shirred silk was accented with daisy venise lace. The bride's veil was secured by a lace headpiece and she carried a bouquet of stephanotis and yellow roses, Yellow Gowns Mrs. Arthur Fazio, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Miss Diane Delmont of Rockford and Miss Frederica Grant of Madison, Wis., were bridesmaids. Couple Repeats Vows In Byron On June 15 Each wore a yellow sheer gown trimmed with matching lace and carried a basket filled with white daisies. The flower girl, Luann Fazio wore a white gown with yellow sash. Rick Freitag of Monticello was best man, and George Mau of Monroe and Rodney Kani- merer of Monticello were groomsmen. Arthur Fazio and Ralph Blumer of Monticello ushered. Guests Received Guests were received at the Jolly Troll, where a yellow. *reen and white color scheme was carried out in the decorations. Mmes. Larry Hawes, Richard Lamm, Jon Sisler and Dale Tischhauser and Miss Linda Ecklund, Miss Nancy Guilfoyle and Miss Donna Ketchamark assisted at the reception. The newlyweds traveled to Wisconsin for their honeymoon :rip and are living at 1420 10th St. in Monroe, where they are employed. Mrs. Kubly, a graduate of Aquin High School and St. An jiony School of Nursing at Flockford, is a nurse at St. Clare Hospital. Her husband is employed by Moore Business 'orms Inc. Miss Teresa Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Baker of Leaf River, and Sgt. Wayne Campbell exchanged wedding vows in St. Mary Catholic Church, Byron, on June 15 at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. Sgt. Campbell, who is stationed at Kincheloe Air Force Base, Mich., is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fairman Campbell of Red Wing, Minn. The Rev. Edward Wright performed the double-ring ceremony, and Mrs. Robert Cox was organist and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Curt Lukan. White gladioli decorated the church. Venise lace formed the Empire bodice and sleeves of the crepe bridal gown and edged the chapel length train. The bride's veil was secured by a lace, cap-style headpiece accented with pearls. Carry Carnations Mrs. Jerry Wickam of Leaf River was matron of honor for her sister, and Miss Janet Baker and Miss Linda Osbaugh, both of Freeport, were bridesmaids. Each attendant wore an apricot gown with a lace bordered train. The bouquets were of white carnations and apricot Elegance carnations. Lea Ann McKay and Gordon Skogsberg, both of Leaf River, were flower girl and ring bearer. Live In Michigan James Campbell of Red Wing, Minn., brother of the bridegroom, was best man, and groomsmen were Joseph Campbell of North Dakota and William Campbell of Kansas. Phillip Baker and Brian Skogsberg, both of Leaf. River, ushered. Following the ceremony, guests were received at the Bertolet Building in Leaf River. Roses and white candles decorated the tables. Assistants at the reception included Mrs. Leroy McKay, Miss Sharri Davis and Miss Debbie Watts. The newlyweds are living at Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Mrs. Campbell is a 1966 graduate of Leaf River High School and was employed as a secretary by Barber-Colman Co. in Rockford. Her husband is a graduate of Central High School at Burlington. Freeport (III.) Journal-Standard Pg. 2 Wed., July 3 ,1968 MRS. WAYNE CAMPBELL Open New Opera Theater, Season SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) - The Santa Fe Opera Association opened a new season and a new $1.75 million theater Tuesday with a production of Puccini's "Madame Butterfly" under the direction of John Crosby. A crowd of 1,366 filled the theater, which was constructed after the old facility burned in 1967. Jail Escapee Works Fast FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — Thomas Edward Perri, 25, escaped from the Broward County jail Tuesday afternoon and, police said, within an hour he had obtained a job at a bottling company plant two blocks from the jail. He was returned to the jail. WANT-AD TIPS See Want-Ad Page For Details To Place Your Ad DIAL 232-1176 Direct Line To Classified WILL"" DO— Light " housekeeping n . ____ . _ FOR SALE— 1950 Chevrolet >/ 2 ton !ry c l?!_R?9d. *'r?s, _ r .uns_gopd._ INTERNATIONAL" SIDE DELIVER RAKE— For sale, on rub- her. __ ___ VACATION SPECIAL— Save up to $100. P AMQEJALE^.Friday, Jul y 5. FOR RENT— 4 room cottage on lovely lot. Available now. 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Now drastically reduced to make room for new stock. We are happy to announce that Freeport Hardware is here to stay and will be known as . . WAGNER'S HARDWARE 105 W. Main St. Freeport, Illinois Open Daily 8 to 5 — Monday 12 to 9 We Have Those "HARD TO FIND" ITEMS! NAILS Common Type 10 C Ib Westly WHITE WALL CLEANER Reg. $1.50 39 GUTTER and DOWN. SPOUT 10 Foot 99 LUCITE PAINT and other brandi 2 o $ 5.00 Masking Tape Save 70% 50 C Ib Uted POWER MOWERS $ 14.50 STANLEY TOOLS 20% Off ALL TV TUBES Price Double-Ring Ceremony Is Used Miss Betty Mae Meyers and Kenneth Richard Kunkle were married June 22 at 2 p.m. in Silvis Heights Baptist Church, Silvis. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Meyers of East Moline, are former Davis residents. Mr. Kunkle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kunkle of Silvis. Officiating at the double ring ceremony was the Rev. Gordon H. Perry. The bride's A-line Empire gown was banded with Chantilly lace and her shoulder- Brethren Officials Urge Increased Church Action For the church to fulfill its mission, it must become increasingly involved in the life of the world, the world where people live. This was the dominant note in both addresses and actions before the Church of the Brethren Annual Conference in session June 25-30. Attendance at the closing session numbered 10,000. The concern for involvement in the world was underscored by decisions to continue a supportive role in the Poor People's Campaign, to discern and accent factors which contribute to an effective ministry in urban areas, to restyle the church's administrative structure around needs in the world and to update the church's policy statement on war. Inaction Of Congress Concerned about the relative inaction of Congress to respond in earnest to the nation's "triple crisis"—the problems of poverty, racism, and war—the denomination scheduled a "Washington Witness" Monday to press, with government leaders, concerns 'for social jusitce. A statement passed by the conference, for use in talks with MRS. KENNETH R. KUNKLE length veil was of nylon illusion. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Bridal Retinue Serving in the bridal retinue were Miss Diane Meyers of East Moline, sister of the bride, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Ernie Ballard of Moline, Miss Sraytha Cooper of Ypsilanti, Mich., and Miss Jane Hess of Bunker Hill as bridesmaids. Each attendant wore an Empire gown of petal blue nylon iver taffeta and carried a basket filled with blue and white daisies. Robert Ewing of East Moline was best man, and groomsmen were Tom Rexroth of Silvis and Ron Meyers, brother of the bride, and Lloyd Duncan, both of East Moline. Ushering were Ernie Ballard of Moline, Keith Perry of Silvis, Gary Dawson and Paul Hawotte, both of East Moline. Have B.A. Degrees A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. The new Mrs. Kunkle is a 1964 graduate of United Township High School in East Moline and received a B.A. degree in Christian education from Cedarville College, Cedarville, Ohio, June 8. Mr. Kunkle, also a graduate of United Township High School, attended Blackhawk College in Moline, and received his B.A. degree in Bible from Cedarville College. He served three years in the Army and is employed at the U.S. Army Weapons Command, Rock Island. Following their wedding trip to the Eastern States and Pocono Mountains in Pennsylvania, the newlyweds are residing at 125V 2 Fifth St., Silvis. the legislators, pointed to the need for drastic revision of the welfare system, called for "some basic floor of support" for all Americans, commended the passage of the 1968 Civil Rights bill and the Supreme Court decision regarding the 1966 act on open housing, deplored the tendency to treat military budget requests "as all but untouchable," and pledged the support of the church to stepped-up responses to crisis issues at both national and local levels. Urban Situation In probing the church's response elsewhere to the urban situation, the conference received an analysis of effective urban ministries based on actual congregations. The findings posed a series of guidelines on effectiveness, and suggested that "every urban congregation ought to be related to at least one specific servant-form ministry." Servant-form means according to one spokesman, the type of ministry which does not seek return in members, dollars or "institutional glory." Along with the goal of heightened response to mission, as well as a closer coordination program, the administrative pattern of the church was re- Capital Footnotes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Commerce Department says Cook County 111., Chicago, registered the nation's largest county gain in business and industrial jobs in the year ending last March. It said the county had 2,175,478 such jobs, an increase of more than 77,000 over the year before. structured. The new plan, to be implemented during the next 14 months, continues the concept of a single denominational board, to be known as the Church of the Brethren General Board. Moderator of the Ocean Grove Conference was the Rev. Dr. M. Guy West of York, Pa., a pastor- elect of San Diego, Calif. It was announced the conference in 1969 will be held at Louisville, Ky. Area Churches Annual Picnic The annual Sunday school picnic of Freeport Mennonite Church will be Thursday at the church with a fellowship dinner. The Rev. William Ping of the New United Methodist Church, Freeport, will lead the worship service at 11 a.m. Lanark Churches Day campers and leaders of the Cherry Grove and Lanark Churches of the Brethren wil 1 'eave their respective churches Saturday at 8:30 a.m. for Camp Emmaus, Mount Morris. "The Value of Yourself" will be used as the theme of the day, and everyone attending is asked to bring a sack lunch and swim suit. A cookout is planned followed by an evenir 3 vesper service. Campers are expected to return at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Paul Steiner, pastor of the Lanark First Brethren church, will conduct a worship service Friday evening at 6 O'clock at the Shannon Nursing Home. Local Churches Local Conference Members of Faith United Methodist Church will participate in a local conference tonight at 8 p.m. at the church. Trinity UM Class The Armour Bearers Class of Trinity United Methodist Church will meet in the church Friday at 7:30 p.m. Members are reminded to bring gifts for the children of South Vietnam. Cook-Ouf Planned Youth of Zion United Church of Christ will have a cook out Friday at 7 p.m. Those attending are to bring wieners or hamburgers and buns. Beverages will be furnished. STATE TEMPERATURES Moline, clear 70 47 Peoria, clear 71 50 Springfield, clear . 77 51 Rockford, clear 66 48 . Quincy, clear 73 51 Belleville,, clear .. 82 55 .. Chicago Mid'y, clear 71 52 . MIDWEST Dubuquc, clear 68 49 . Madison, clear 64 42 South Bend, clear .. 68 49 . Paducah, clear .... 81 59 T Burlington, clear . 70 50 Nixon Names Advisor Group For Campaign NEW YORK (AP) — Republican Richard M. Nixon named Tuesday a group of America's top financiers and industrialists who have agreed to advise him during the 1968 campaign and after, if he is elected. Four Illinois industrialists were in the group. 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