|Dolores Harbeck Becomes Bride of Dennis A. Mack
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, Davenport, was the setting
at 10 this morning for the marriage of Miss Dolores M. Harbeck, daughter
of Mrs. Mary Harbeck, 1502 W. 6th St., Davenport, to Dennis A. Mack, son
of Mrs. Agnes Mack, Viola, and the late Walter Mack.
The Rev. James Hopkins performed the double-ring ceremony before
an altar decorated with white chrysanthemums. Mrs. Wayne Harris,
Davenport, was organist and accompanied the vocalist, Frank Mack, Rock Island.
Given in marriage by her brother, John R. Harbeck, Davenport, the
bride was attired in a gown of satin and Chantilly lace with molded
bodice, long sleeves, and scalloped Sabrina neckline trimmed in back
with pleated satin and a flat bow. The full circular skirt featured a
scalloped lace insert. The bride's fingertip veil of imported silk
illusion was held by a crown of lace and seed pearls. She carried white
roses and stephanotis on a white prayerbook.
Miss Eleanor Mack, Denver, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of
honor. Her gown of turquoise velveteen and organza was fashioned with
sweetheart neckline and waltz-length skirt. She wore a matching beaded
velveteen headpiece with blush veil and her colonial bouquet was
of pink carnations.
The bridesmatron, Mrs. John Harbeck, Long Grove, and the
bridesmaid, Miss Patricia LaMar, Davenport, wore gowns of royal blue
styled like that of the honor maid. Their flowers were similar to hers.
Richard A. Mack, Viola, served his brother as best man, and
ushers were Michael Redington, Davenport, and Thomas Forsyth, Rock Island.
A reception for 200 guests is being held this afternoon at
Promger's Riverside Restaurant, Davenport. Following a 2-week southern
wedding trip, the couple will reside in Viola. For traveling, this bride
has selected a black wool sheath with matching jacket and accessories.
A graduate of Immaculate Conception Academy, Mrs. Mack attended
St. Anthony's Hospital School of Nursing and formerly was employed as a
dental assistant by Drs. A. L. Syverud and G. M. Townsend, Davenport.
Mr. Mack was graduated from Viola High School, served two years
in the Navy and is engaged in farming and trucking in Viola.
(24 Nov 1960)