Peg Weaver reflected on visits to Monmouth in her memoir "When we drove to Monmouth, Illinois, one weekend in 1967, we met Nellie's (Jack's fiancee) father, Harold Williams. On Friday night we watched Tom play basketball, Carleton vs. Monmouth College.
The following night we drove to the Tin Shed to hear Jack's combo, "The Intruders", blast and to have a delicious dinner with Nellie, Harold and the Bushes', friends of Nellie and her father. Tom obtained permission not to return with the Carleton team, staying over for the Tin Shed affair and going back Minnesota with Pete and me.
In July 1969, Pete, Tom and I drove to Monmouth for Jack and Nellie William's wedding, Jim and Melanie flying from the East. Again being traditional we entertained with a groom's dinner the evening prior to the wedding. On July 19 Jack and Nellie were married in a Methodist Church, which had a sign on the lawn, "You think this is hot." Nellie had several attendants; Tom was best man. Since I don't enjoy shopping for clothes, I was glad that I could wear the same beige, tailored dress and pill-box hat that I had for Jim and Melanie's wedding."
Here are the photos I found with the labeling as my parents had them--
Sign outside First Methodist Church Monmouth ---I see red bricks in the background
Jack and Nellie after the wedding ----