Don and Vivian Ugent marriage announcement

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4 Nuptial Vows Are Repeated By x . . t 1 1 i i i i i Vivian balkansky, Donald Ugent Mr. and Mrs. Norman Balkan-sky, Balkan-sky, Balkan-sky, N. Santa Monica blvd., announce announce the marriage of their daughter, Vivian Lee, to Donald Ugent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ugent, North Miami Beach, Fla. Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel officiated officiated at the 5:30 p.m. ceremony Sunday, July 15, at Congregation Beth Israel. For her wedding, the bride selected selected a pique gown with Irish crochet lace trimming the bodice MRS. DON AM) I'GENT and accenting the fullness of the chapel train. Her elbow-length elbow-length elbow-length veil was draped from a Grecian wreath headpiece, and she carried an arm bouquet of long-stemaned long-stemaned long-stemaned white roses. Mrs. Robert Heling, sister of the groom, and Barbara Balkansky, sister of the bride, were matron and maid of honor, respectively. Mrs. Heling wore a beige linen sheath featuring an apricot cummerbund cummerbund with beige cotton lace J ... K A i trim. She carried an arm bouquet ! are Joseph Gutstein, N. 44th st., of tangerine carnations. Miss Hal- Hal- i and Mrs. Rose La Pedus, N. Mary-kansky Mary-kansky Mary-kansky appeared in a tangerine land ave. Mrs. Gertrude Rosen, N. linen dress with a slightly gathered j 54th blvd., is the paternal great-skirt. great-skirt. great-skirt. Velvet ribbon and floral ap- ap- I grandmother, pliques accented the cummerbund ! of her dress, and she carried beige Capt. and Mrs. Asher L. Corn- Corn- carnations Serving as bridesmaids were Ar-lene Ar-lene Ar-lene Weintrub, Chicago, III.; Sandy Sandy Rose, Milwaukee, and Mrs. Neil Margolis, Cleveland, )., cousin of the bride. 'Their beige linen dresses featured A-line A-line A-line skirts and beige cotton lace trim at the hem and short sleeves. They carried arm bouquets of tangerine carniitions. Arlene Balkansky, sister of the bride, mill Susan Heling, the groom's niece, acted as junior bridesmaids. They wore full- full- skirted, short-sleeved short-sleeved short-sleeved frocks of i apricot cotton voile with white: cummerbunds, collars and cuffs! Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Gross-and Gross-and Gross-and apricot floral nppli(iies. Beige .man, N. Buy Ridge ave., announce i iii iiiitions formed their bouquets. I the birth of a daughter. Sally Ann, Gordon Aaron served as best 1 on July 14. at St. Marv's hosnital. man, and ushering duties were performed by Irving Ugent, Chicago, Chicago, brother of the gioum; Irvin Ladish, and Aaron Ugent, cousin of the groom, both of Milwaukee. The mother of the bride was attired attired in an Imported beige linen sheath highlighted by lace trim on the bodice. A dress of beige silk organza with embroidered trim was worn by the groom's mother. Both mothers wore corsages of gold orchids The new'Mrs. Ugent is a June graduate of the University of Wis consin-Madison, consin-Madison, consin-Madison, from which her husband received both his B.S. and j M.S. degrees and is presently working on his Ph.D. in botany and ' genetics. j After motoring t Washington, ! D. C, and spending a month in 1 Mexico with the Rockefeller Foundation, Foundation, the riewlyweds will spend a year in South America, particularly particularly in Peru and Bolivia, where I Mr. Ugent will do research sponsored sponsored by the National Science i Foundation and the UW. SOCIAL NOTES I Mr. and Mrs. Gerald A. Stewart, i Madison, Wis., announce the birth ! of a daughter, Tracy Beth, on July ! 13, at Madison General hospital. I The baby has a sister, Lisa Ellen, 3. I The maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Maurice II. Cohen, E. Quarles pi., Milwaukee, and the paternal grandparents are Mrs. Kate Stewart and George Stewart, both of Madison. From Cambridge, Mass., comes news of the birth of a daughter, Lorri Jo, to Mr. and Mrs. Jon E. Gudcman, on June 17. Mrs. Gude-man Gude-man Gude-man is the former Joyce Lieber-rnun Lieber-rnun Lieber-rnun of Milwaukee. The maternal grandmother is Mrs. Joseph Lie-berman, Lie-berman, Lie-berman, Milwaukee, and the paternal paternal grandparents are Undersecretary Undersecretary of Commerce and Mrs. Fid-ward Fid-ward Fid-ward Gudcman, Washington, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. David Gershaw announce the birth of a son, Randall Randall Gary, on June 10 at St. Michael's Michael's hospital. The baby has a sister, Denniann, 3'i, and a brother, brother, Mark Howard, 1 lk. The Ger-shaws, Ger-shaws, Ger-shaws, who are residents of Tucson, Tucson, Ariz., are visiting in Milwaukee Milwaukee for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Paul La Pedus, N. 53rd st., are the maternal grandparents, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gershaw, N. 58th I st., are the paternal grandparents. The maternal great-grandparents great-grandparents great-grandparents field, USAF Hospital, Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, announce the birth of a daughter, Sharon Denise, on July 6. The baby has a brother, Stuart Joseph, 2. The ma ternal grandparents are Mr. and j Mrs. E. M. Goodman, N. Lake dr., ; and the paternal grandparents are j Rabbi and Mrs. Maurice Cornfield, I W. Roosevelt dr. Mrs. Sanford Co- Co- ! hen, N. Lake dr., is the maternal great-grandmother. great-grandmother. great-grandmother. Dr. Cornfield practiced at the Hampton Clinic in Milwaukee before leaving for service in Anril. The baby has two sisters, Gail Susan, 13. and Jane Ellen, 8. Mrs. Helen Koppel of Madison is the maternal grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Grossman, Hotel Hotel Astor, are the paternal grandparents. grandparents. The maternal great- great- Los Mr. Van of ' at University Ter-ract and and cocktail Mrs. activities rain, the can York, a of New The Mrs. the an "Gideon" N. to house Goldberg, and was to a city

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  1. The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle,
  2. 20 Jul 1962, Fri,
  3. Page 4

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