Albain-Mack vows spoken in Viola
St. John's Roman Catholic Church, Viola, was the setting for
the June 23 nuptials uniting Janice Mack of Davenport, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Donald Mack of Viola, and Dr. Wayne Albain, Monroe, Mo., son of
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Albain, Monroe.
The Rev. Ed Harkrader performed the 2 p.m. ceremony.
The bride's gown of sheer miramist over taffeta featured a
Chantilly lace bodice with Victorian neckline, long sleeves and a skirt
trimmed in rosettes and extended to a chapel train edged with lace
ruffles. A halo of flowers held her fingertip veil.
Rosanne Mack, Iowa City served her sister as maid of honor.
Bridesmatrons were Mrs. William Newswander, Aledo, and Mrs. John Fagan,
Norman, Ohio, sisters of the bride; Mrs. Judy Klunger, Monroe, and Mrs.
Carol Zimmerman, Royal Oaks, Mo., sisters of the bridegroom. The
attendants wore huckleberry polyknit gowns.
Katie Mack, Minneapolis, Minn., and Tim Kechons, Davenport, niece
and nephew of the bride, were flower girl and ring-bearer.
Best man was Gary Brandt, Davenport, Bud Klungler and Gary
Sheppard, both of Monroe, Mike Mack, Davenport, and Bernard Mack,
Wilton, Iowa, brothers of the bride, were groomsmen.
A reception and dance was held at the Reynolds American Legion
clubrooms. The couple are residing in Toledo, Ohio.
The bride was graduated from Winola High School, viola; Mount St.
Clare College, Clinton, Iowa, and Scott Community College. She was
employed at the Lutheran Home, Davenport. Dr. Albain, a graduate of
George A. Dondera High School, Monroe, received a bachelor of science
degree from the University of Missouri, Columbia, and a doctor of
chiropractic degree from Palmer College. He has a practice in
Lambertville, Mich. (1984)