Dixon Evening News
Nov. 18, 1947
STERLING GIRL IS BRIDE OF S. LONG
(Telegraph Special Service)
Oregon - In a 10:30 o'clock ceremony in the chapel of the Presbyterian church in Morrison, Miss Maxine C. ROSENOW of Sterling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ROSENOW of Tampico, became the bride of Sylvan F. LONG of Morrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D.LONG of Oregon, Saturday morning. The Rev. R. HEYDINGER officiated at the single ring ceremony.
Preceding the service, Mrs. Edna NATHEW, organist, played "Ave Maria" by Schubert and "O Promise Me" during the ceremony. She also played the traditional marches.
WHITE JERSEY DRESS
The bride wore a white wool jersey dress with powder blue and black accessories and a corsage of American Beauty roses.
Her sister, Mrs. C. Dale WOOD of Yorktown, who was her only attendant, wore an ice blue wool crepe dress with black and gold accessories. Yellow chrysanthemums made up her corsage.
Harold LONG of Oregon was his brother's best man.
For her daughter's wedding Mrs. ROSENOW chose an aqua dress with black accessories and a corsage of white baby mums. The same color dress was worn by Mrs. LONG who also had black accessores and a corsage of white baby mums.
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. The couple left on a wedding trip through Indiana, Kentucky and other Southern states. After Dec. 1 they will reside at 201 South Orange street, Morrison.
The bride is a graduate of Tampico high school and served two years in the Waves. She has been employed at the Central National bank in Sterling.
Mr. LONG was graduated from Dixon high school and served four years with the Seabees. He is local superintendent of the Illinois Northerm Utilities company in Morrison.