The Escanaba Daily Press from Escanaba, Michigan on June 20, 1959 · Page 6
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Women's Activities Darlene Thor bahn Is The Bride Of Wayne Corbisier Mr». Gerald F. Monsrain Elizabeth Smokovich, Gerald F. Mongrain Wed altar bouquet.« were used t. Thomas the Apostle Church y for the wedding oi El^beth 1 Smokovich and Private Firs; s Gerald Francis Mongrain. ler Arnold Thompson solemn- the 10 a m double ring ¡>er- for the daughter of Mr. and Fri.nk Georpe Smokovich, ! Shendan Roart. and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred James Mongrain, 314 N 13th St. A dinner for the immediate family will be served at the Fare­ way Dinette and the couple will be greeted by 200 guests at a re- rejyt.on from 4 to 8 at the Eagles Club As she was given in marriage by her father, the bride w-a* attired m a chapel length straples* gown of white lace and tulle with matching lace bolero. Her fingertip veal of illusion was held by a pearl-trimmed tiara. She carried a cascade *>f yellow roses and white carnations. Aides' Attire Mrs. Louis Bei thiaume of Milwaukee, matron of honor, wore a ballerina length dress of nile gTeen with lace bodice, scoop neckline and full skirt of chiffon over taffeta, The bridesmaids Kathleen Smokovich of Esoanaba and Mrs. James Peterson of Milwaukee, both sister* of the bride, wore identical frocks of yellow lace and chiffon over tofteta. All Uiree attendants had matching hc.idpieces and pearl jewelry and they carried colonial bouquets of white and orchid flowers centered with one yellow rose. Richard Casey of Wells was best man and Allan Martin and Janie.' Peterson served as groomsmen. Ushers were Francis Smokovich and Harold Martin. Mrs. Willard Borman *ang the music of the wedding Mass and Miss Dorothy Rogers sang “Hail Mary” *s the bride placed a bouquet on the altar of the Ble»*ed Virgin. Mrs. Smokovich attended her daughters wedding in a light blue • v th tchiq^ accessories and h pink Yose" corsage. Mrs. Mon- gram wore a beige sheath with harmonizing accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. At Reception flowers formed the cen- for the reception buifet table Mrs. Earl Anderson and Miss Margaret Ozimac will ixnir, Miss Betty Caron and Mrs. Francis Smokovich will serve the wedding cake and Miss Nancy Severingen will be in charge ol the guest book. Whfen the newiyueds leave for tl.eir honeymoon the bride will wear a navy sheath with matching accessories. They will live in Spring Valley, N. Y., where Pvt. Mongrain is stationed with the U. S. Army. The bride is a St. Joseph High School graduate and has been employed at Neisner’s Her husband was graduated from Esoanaba Senior Hteh School. Among guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. James Peterson and Christine, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smokovich, Hancock, Mrs. Louis Berthiaume, Joseph Smokovich and George Petrusich, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson. Big Bay. Mrs. J. J. Walch Leaving Sunday For Conferences Mrs. John J. Walch is leaving Sunday for Ann Arbor where she will attend the 12th University of Michigan Conference on Aging, followed by the Leadership Training program for the ltfRl White House Conference on Aging. Mrs. Walch also will attend « meeting of the Legislative Advisory Council on the Problems ot the Aging. Mr*. Wayne Corbisier (Ridings) Darlene Anita Thorbahn of Gladstone and Wayne Hector Corbisier of Escanaba were married in a single ring service at 10 a. m. June 13 in St. Thomas the Apostle Church by Father Arnold Thompson. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thorbahn, 418 Wisconsin Ave., Gladstone, and Mr. and Mrs. Selmei Corbisier, 531 N. 18th St. The reception was held at the Eagles Club. The bride wore s floor length gown of wrhite lace and net with ¡ace panel detail and carried white carnations and red roses. Patricis Corbisier, honor maid, and Sharon King, bridesmaid, were in blue chiffon and their colonial bouquets were blue and white carnations. Ralph Thorbahn was best man and Ron Derouin, groomsman. The newlyweds plan a belated honeymoon trip to Florida. Their home is at 801 N. 19th St., Escanaba. Lois Buckland, Robert Levesque Wed At Schaffer The wedding of Lois Margaret Buckland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Buckland of Danforth, and Robert Joseph Levesque, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul I^evesque Sr. of Schaffer, took place at 11 a. m. today at Sacred Heart Church in Schaffer. The Rev. John Arneth solemnized the service. White nylon net over taffeta fashioned the bride’s ballerina length gown which was worn with a matching bolero. Tiers of ruffles detailed the bouffant skirt. Her three-quarter length veil was caught to a cap of nylon petals. She carried white carnations centered with red roses. Rose Mary Levesque, sister of the bridegroom, who was maid of honor, wore a ballerina gown of light blue nylon lace over taffeta with a short lace jacket. Her flowered headpiece had a short blue veil. Carnations and roses were in her bouquet. Louis Levesque was best man and Don Levesque seated the guests. The bnde’s mother was in aqua and Mr«. Levesque wore light blue. Their accesM>riei« were white and their corsages were red roses. A breakfast at the home of the bridegroom's parents will be followed by a reception for 200 guests from 4 to 8 at Riverland followed by dancing. The couple will live in Schaffer after a honeymoon in Chicago. Mrs Ra\mond Moe Mrs. James Oliver Finn Palmert-Finn Bridal Rites In Wauwatosa p 5 tel ice Special Activities For Bethany League This Coming Week Two special events are schedul ed for Bethany Luther League next week The first is a trip to Rapid River to see the three act comedy “Minick,” presented by the Aug- ustana College Players. The Leaguers are to meet in the Fellowship Room at 7 p. m. Monday, June 22. for this event. Thursday the Leaguers plan to take a cruise around the bay on the “Lucky Strike.” Since the number of tickets is limited to 25, Leaguers are asked to make reservations with Jan Bowman in I the church office. The boat will J leave from the Municipal Dock at 6:30 p. m Herman Carlsons Will Observe Golden Wedding In August Mr. and Mrs. Herman Carlson ot Escanaba Rte. 1, wudely known residents of the community, whose g«.lden wedding anniversary was June 14. will celebrate the occasion in the middle of August when all members of their family will be able to be home. The anniversary day, itself, was marked by a picnic gathering ot relatives in the near vicinity, held at Wells State Park. St. Bernard’s Church in Wauwatosa. Wis., was the setting this morning for the wedding of Arlene Therese Palmert and James Oliver Finn. Parent« of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Steven Palmert, «457 Upper Parkway, North Wauwatosa, formerly of Benton Harbor. and Mr. and Mrs. John Finn of Escanaba. The Nuptial High Mass was celebrated by Father Schneider before an altar decorated with white roses. The double ring ceremony took place at 11 a. m. Mrs. S. S. Mullen of Milwaukee was the organist. Bridal Gown Given in marriage by her father. the bride wore a gown of pure silk dupuione and reembroidered alencon lace. The gow*n was fashioned with an empire effect bodice accented by a sabrina neck- Nancy Jo CourierAnd ouis Skoqlund Wed ow can I overcome my fear? THE TRUTH IN THIS GREAT BOOK CAN DISSOLVE IT FOR YOU Fi at can vanish-von can find yourself assured, safe, comforted, with new couiage to go forward-as vou ponder with an unprejudiced, recep- live thought the truth coiv- lained in this great book, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures tyr Mary Baker Eddy. Vou rn»> read m borrow Science and Health free oi chaige at any Christian Science Reading Room. The b'*>k ran be purchav d in red, green, or blue binding at $5 and will be sent postpaid on receipt of check or money order. Christian Science READING ROOM 325 South 13th St. „ Escanaba fi rSon Mrs. Henry Graber of Dallas Tex., who spends her summers in the Upper Peninsula, has arrived in Escanaba, and is a guest at the House of Ludmgton and also of her sifrter, Mrs. Charles Bisdee. - HOLD Nancy Jo Courier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Courier, 2011 15th Ave. N., became the bride of Louis Warren Skoglund in a 9 a. m. double ring ceremony today at St. Thomas the Apostle Church. The bridegroom is a son of Edmund Beauchamp of Gladstone Rte. 1 and the late Mrs. Beauchamp. Father William Russell solemnized the marriage service and celebrated the Nuptial High Mass before an altar adorned with bouquets of pastel majestic daisies, peonies and asters. Servers were Louis Berube, a nephew of tbe bride, and Carey Prey. Mrs. Joyce Borman provided the music of the service which included “Suite Nuptiale” and “Ave Verum Corpus.” Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a bal- leiina length gown of white Chantilly lace. It was fashioned w’ith a scalloped sabrina neckline, em- ! bellished with iridescent« and long tapering sleeve* w’htch formed calla lily points. Under­ skirting of fine mesh net emphasized the petal shaped panel of lace on the bouffant skirt. Her I veil was caught to a little white ; hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations and white 1 pompoms, centered with one pink I rose. Bride's Attendants Her maid of honor. Barbara Jean Sarasin of Milwaukee, wore a strapless gowrn of shrimp shade i taffeta, with a bolero, detailed with tiers of scalloped lace and net Her picture hat of matching net, sequin trimmed, had back streamers. Her flowers were a colonial bouquet of white with shrimp maline. Bridesmaids. Pat Taylor, in AMUNDSEN & PEARSON Jew elei »—-1123 Ludlngton St, Walter G. Fearsun, Prop. ‘ARTHRITIC HANDS’* Now you can wear th«»>e treasured diamonds with absolute safety and comfort. An ama*- ms n«‘w Invention can be adapted to an> riii# Shown exclusively at Amundsen b Pearson Jeweler* - 1123 Ludington St. Walter G. Pearson, Prop. pink, and Mrs. Beverly Godfrey, in blue, wore strapless jacket frocks of lace over taffeta, ba!- leruia length, with scalloped hemlines, and matching picture hats They carried blue, pink and white colonial bouquets. All three attendants wore but toil earrings and necklaces, gifts of the bride. Ronnie E. Van Drese was best man and groomsmen were Carl Shedore of Elgin, 111., a cousin of the bride, and Everette Godfrey. Ushering were Oliver Beauchamp. uncle of the bridegroom, and John Shedore, Elgin, cousin of the bride. A brown nylon dress with leafy background and white accessories was the choice of the bride’s mother. Her corsage was red roses and white carnations. Breakfast. Reception Breakfast for 25 guests at the Patio Lunchnette in Escanaba. The couple will greet 400 guests at a reception at the Flat Rock Town Hall with dancing following. Carol Van Effen will use a cake knife, a gift to the bridegroom’s mother on her wedding day, when she serves the tiered wedding cake. Donna Martinsen will be in charge of the guest book and Marlene Sopina. of gifts. The newlyweds will live in a new home, just completed for them in Gladstone Rte. 1, after a honeymoon in Green Bay. The bride is wearing a blue and W'hite summer cotton ensemble for going-away. The new Mrs. Skoglund was graduated from Escanaba Senior High School in 1957. Her husband who was graduated from the same school in 1953 served four years in the United States Navy. Among guests at the wedding were Mrs. Lil Shedore and John and Carl, Elgin, Barbara Sarasin and Rita Doran, Milwaukee, Jen Dee Maulin, Marquette, Janet M a 1 l n e and Dot Abramson, Houghton. Harriet Johnston, Sault Ste. Marie, Mrs. Nellie O’Brien of Shawano and relatives and friends from Marquette, Menominee. Gladstone, Flat Rock, Wells, Escanaba and neighboring communities. DAILY PRESS H Fscannba June 34), l»i>* line and long lace sleeves. The skirt was detailed with a haren hemline and a sw’eep tiain. Her veil fell from a half pill box of illusion and alencon lace trimmed with pearls. She carried a orayer book covered with phalaenop.>is orchids. Her ai.ster, Mary Ann, maid of honor, and bridesmaids JoAnn Cheevers and Josephine Anzalone, both of Benton Harbor, were attired in heaven blue orgivn/.a gowns styled with harem hemlines and sabrina neckline. They wnre matching blue picture hats. The flow’er girl, Vicki Palmert, was dressed identically and carried a wreath of ivy, sweetheart roses, and blue streamers. The other attendants carried wmte sweetheart roses. Students At Central Richard Bryson of Escanaba was Mr. Finn’s best man and William LeMire and Vincent Nelson of Escanaba, Dennis Schultz of Hermansville and Steven Palmert of Waumatosa ushered. The reception will be held at Alioto's in Wauwatosa. After a wedding trip to Chicago the couple will return to Milwaukee where they will reside until fall when they will go back to Mt. Pleasant to continue their schooling. Mrs. Finn is a graduate of St. John's in Benton Harbor and is now in her senior year at Central Michigan University. Mr. Finn spent four years in the Air Force after graduating from Senior High School in Escanaba and is continuing his education at Central. He is employed by American Motors in Milwaukee until September. Faith Circle Of First Methodist Names New Officers Officers of Faith Circle of First Methodist Church, named at a meeting following the steak-out for combined evening circles at the home of Betty Whitney, weie announced today. They are: Harriet Fitzharris, chairman; Lola Ness, vice chairman. Jan TenHaken, treasurer; Jonnie Sager, secretary and publicity chairman; Phyllis Tucker, spiritual life chairman; Barbara Bloomer, nominating committee; Gladys Emerson, Sunshine; Marian Bohn and Eileen Moore, calling. Meeting* will be resumed in September with the study topic, • East Indian Religion ’ : Charlene Tousignant, Raymond Moe Married Bouquets di .gons ad< Peter and w’aukee for high noon of gladiolus a »med the aitai Paul Church the wedding of Charlene nap- S. S Mil* today at Tousign- rtayir.ond Hyde Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder and Mrs. John Schroeder returned to Lansing, 111., after visiting Mr. and Mrs Rirtiard Jaeger and Mr. and Mrs, Paul Porath and other relatives. Mr-s. Alex Muther left for Rochester. Minn., for a check-up at the Mayo Clinic, ant of Milwaukee and Moe of Janesville. Wis The double ring ceremony ?o* the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tousignant of Bark River Rie 2 and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Moe of Elroy, Wis., was solemnized by Father Darnel Jus- lel. The bride’s ballerina length ?own of imported lace over aatin had a scalloped neckline with sequin trim, oointed sleeves and a scallof>ed lace hemline. A crown of pearls and sequins held her fingertip veil. Her white pe;»rl earrings and necklace weie the bridegroom’s gift. She carried rt'd roses and white carnations. Aide» In Blue K>nneth Larson was of nonor and Mr*. James bridesmaid Their dre.se« blue li»ce and taffeta were ballerina length and their blue crowns had short veiling. Light blue and Whit«» carnation* were in their bouquet«. Th^ir ne-’k- lares and earrings were the bride s gift. Kenneth Tousignant of Schaffer was be»*! man and Lloyd M<>e groomsman. Ushers wtr« R Taylor and J:«me* Miller, Mrs. Touhignant wore a Dior blue floral chiffon taffeta d. es# with white a* cesMM te* ai*d th* bride's grandmother was attired m pink lace with white aote*- aoriea. A lignt blue *uit wiih white ac< f. soi le* w a* the choice of the bndegroorrt’s mother, rheti eoisaxe# were white roaea. Reception The reception from ! to T »HP be held at Ken's Cocktail Lour.#* Tne newlyweds, after a North •m Wisconsin hor,evmoofi, wiW live at 2315 Pleasant St in .tan#» vi!le For traveling the bnrle ha« selected a black and wmte mrt- jjemble The bride s graduate o/ River-Hams High School, haa oeen with the S A H Stamp Co m MJwauke« the pajt three Mr. Moe, a graduate of New Li*bon High School is employed hr Fisher Body, Chevrolet Di viaton in Janesville. Jamar-Casperson Rites At St. Patrie Brid ks Girl Scouts Of Troop 53 Return From Camping Trip Girl Scouts of Troop 53 returned last evening from a camping trip at Wells Park. During their three days stay the Scouts enjoyed hiking, cooking out, and a guided natuie tour. Girls of the Troop are Judy LaFleur, Carol Smokovich, Mary Ozimac, JoAnn Tellifsen. Mary Alice Boucher. Mary Kidd, Judy Frasher, Marsha Fradcio. Mary Smithwick, Diane Sparpani Laurel Stendahl and Marvi* Erick&on. Leader of the Troop i* Mrs Stephen Fraddo, assisted by Mrs. Ralph Frasher. Bark River Honored At Shower M it.. Lawrence Krnmf and Mrs Leonard Niquette were hostesse Wednesday evening at a pink and blue shower in honor of Mrs. Gerald Bushenville at the Niquette home. Five hundred ano smear were played duiing the evening with prizes going to Mrs. Donald Van Enkevort and Mrs William Fodor. Guest prize went to Mrs. Vernon Dahl. Others pret-ent were Mesdames Gerald Van Enkevort, Geralo Oaeppert, Maivin Palmgrcn, Albert Olson and Edwin Hall. Peonies and roses formed the table centerpiece and mother and baby w'ere presented writh a gift. Miss Mary Ruth Jarr.ar wore a floor length gown of silk embroidered organza as her father gave her in marriage to Donald Lloyd Casperson Jr., at St. Patrick's Church this morning. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jamar, 1200 S. 19th St. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Casperson Sr., of Rte. 1, Powers. Father Charles J. Sterlick performer the 9 a. m., ceremony in the church decorated with pink, blue and white carnations. St. Patrick’s choir sang “On This Day O Beautiful Mother,” at the end of the Nuptial Mass as the bride placed a bouquet of blue and white flowers on the Blessed Virgin's altar. The bride’s gown was fashioned with a full skirt embroidered in redingote fashion, writh a crisp organza bow' in the back and shirred sleeves. Her jewelry, which consisted of a single strand of pearls and earrings, was a gift of the bridegroom. A pearl crown held her fingertip veil. Her tisket style colonial bouquet was composed of white carnations and pink miniature roses. In Pastel Tints The matron of honor. Mrs. Arthur Paquin and the bridesmaids, .Joan Severinsen and Patricia Packenham were attired in waltz length gowns of white organza with colored embroidery at the top and throughout the skirt. The sashes at the w'aist which formed a bow in the back were the same color as the embroidery. Mrs. Paquin’s was blue, Miss Severinsen’s mint green and Miss Packenham’s, pink. Their flowers, colonial style bouquets of carnations and pompons were tinted to match the individual dresses. John McGraw was best man , and Hubert Casperson and Lawrence Murray, groomsmen. The guests were seated by Marvin Casperson and W'llliam Galganski. Mothers' Attire Mrs. Jamar chose a blue rayon dress with white accessories for I her daughter’s wedding. Her corsage w as white carnations and red rosebuds. Mrs. Casperson chose a pink lace dress with w'hite accessories. Her corsage was white carnations and pink rosebuds. A dinner w-as held at the Dells j Supper Club and a reception will ; be held from 4 to 8 at the K of C. Hall. Mrs. John McGraw will ! pour and Miss Mary McLaughlin | will cut the cake. The guest book is being taken care of by Mrs. I Earl Wallis. The bride chose a blue and black j check suit with w’hite accessories I for their wedding trip to the Low- j er Peninsula and Canada. The bride is a graduate of Escanaba Senior High and the bridegroom of Powers-Spalding High School. | Out-of-town guests attended from Wisconsin. Illinois, Minneso- ; ta and the local surrounding areas. IV* What A Value! introducing Tiw | Graceful New Patten^ U KENNEDY—Mr. James A Kennedy St., who have five and Mrs of 716 S. 14th boys, welcomed their first daughter yesterday. ! June 19. at 6:55 p. m. Patricia Ann. who weighed 5 pounds and j 4 ounces, was born at St. Francis Hospital. Mrs. Kennedy is the former Marjorie Petersen and the grandmothers are Mrs. Loren W Jenkins and Mrs. William L 1 Kennedy. LAHAY—Twfins, a girl and a boy, were born June 19 at St. Francis Hospital to Mr. and M s Richard C. Lahay of 1609 S. 14th St Mary Ellen, who weighed 6 pounds, arrived at 8:50 p. m. and James David, who also weighed 6 pounds, w'as born at 9:07 p. m. The motner is the former Maxine Burtt Mr. and Mrs. Lahay have one other son CHURCH OF CHRIST V. F.W. HALL 904 Sheridan Road SUNDAY SERVICES: 10 a.m., 11 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Listen Sunday Eves. 8-30-9. “Herald of Truth Program” Mutual WDBC Everybody Welcome Wesley S. Hawley, Minister 1414 lim Ave. S.. riione ¡>1 6-6190 At U m Amati iif LOW PMC! • 1« TEASPOONS • S KNIVES • 8 FORKS • t SOUP SPOONS • I SALAD FORKS • I TABU SPOON • I PIERCED SERVING SPOO» • I BUTTER KNIFE • I SUGAR SPOON a\aioU* t »fro Ckoffi PAY ONLY A WEEK •Trod« m«rti oi Otmtdu M Blomstrom & Petersen Escanaba’s Leading Jewelers Smee 1907 (Next to the Delft Theatre)

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