|Reinart-Mack Vows Said
Wearing an A-line gown of silk shantung with Venise lace
accenting the skirt, Miss Teresa Jean Reinart became the bride of Paul
Edward Mack, 245 15th Ave., East Moline, in a morning ceremony Saturday
at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Davenport.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Reinart, 1717 W.
9th St., Davenport, and Daniel Mack, St. Joseph, Mo., and the late Mrs. Mack.
Attending the bride were her sister, Miss Margaret Reinart,
Davenport; Miss Marilyn Mack, St. Joseph, sister of the bridegroom; Miss
Betsy Zeit, Waukegan, Ill., and Miss Sharon McDermott, Waukon, Iowa.
Cathy Sandifer, Davenport, served as flower girl.
The attendants were dressed in romance karati and light blue crepe.
Mr. Mack was attended by his brother, David Mack, Anoka, Minn.;
James Johnson, Rock Island; Peter Corby, Moline; Leamon Sandifer,
Davenport, brother-in-law of the bride. Timothy Mack, also of St. Joseph
served his brother as ring bearer.
The Macks are on a wedding trip to Rockton, Ill., and will live
in Iowa City.
Mrs. Mack graduated from West High School and attended the
University of Iowa. She was with Petersen-Harned-Von Maur and is now
working in Iowa City.
Mr. Mack, a graduate of Alleman High School, received a bachelor
of science degree in general management from the University of Illinois,
Urbana. He will receive his master's degree in business administration
from the University of Iowa in February of next year.
At the University of Illinois, Mr. Mack affiliated with Lambda
Chi Alpha fraternity and the Society for the Advancement of Management.
He is a system's analyst in the business systems department of John
Deere Harvester, East Moline.
(Times, Sept. 10, 1967)