The Journal Times from Racine, Wisconsin on May 28, 1988 · 27
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the Journal Times, Community, Racine, Wis. May 28, 1988 5 Engagements Allen-Lochner Debra A. Allen of 729 West Lawn Ave., daughter of Carol Win-terle' ofMhe same address andTerry Allen of Aspen; Colo., is engaged to Joseph P. Lochner of Decatur, 111., son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lochner of Prarie du Chieni An Oct. 8 wedding is planned. Rivas-Solazo Joanna Gwen Rivas of Whitewater, daughter of John Rivas of 1322 Grand Ave.,. and the late Mary Rivas, is engaged to Gregg Allen Solazo of Whitewater, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Solazo of Greendale. A June 18 wedding is planned. Debra Allen and Joseph Lochner McGovern- O'Claire Francine McGovern Of 3050 86th St., Sturte-vant, daughter of Frank McGovern of Kenosha and Cecilia , McGovern of Racine, is engaged to Jeff O'Claire of 234 Crab Tree Lane, son of Russ and Roberta O'Claire of the same address. An Oct. 8 wedding is planned. Jeff O'Claire and Francine McGovern r . Wayne- McFarland Karen L. Wayne of 4207 Winthrop Ave., daughter of Mabel L. Wayne of the same address, and the Jate James A. Wayne, is engaged to Scott E. McFarland of Racine, son of Mr.1 and Mrs. Ross McFarland of St. Cloud, Minn. An Aug. 26, 1989 wedding is planned. . . ' : Karen Wayne and Scott McFarland . r " V Schafer-Cuevas Barbara A. Schafer of Plantation, Fla., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Schafer of 1901 Jerome Blvd., is engaged to Armando Cuevas of Plantation, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilberto Cuevas of Coral Gables, Fla. An Oct. 1 wedding is planned at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Birthdays Mrs. Alice C. Zlevor of 2015 Prospect St. will celebrate her 90th birthday at a buffet open house from 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday, June 5 in Vogel Hall of Holy Name Catholic Church. Friends are invited. Mrs, Zlevor was born on June 1, 1898 in Appleton. She came to Racine in 1 923. On June 30, 1 925 she was married to William L. Zlevor in Appleton. He died on March 1 9, 1 979. Mrs. Zlevor is a member of St. John Nepomuk Church and enjoys sewing. She has three , children: Winifred Kirt; William (Elaine) Zlevor Jr., and David J. (Adele), all of Racine. There are 15 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. mmmmmmmmmmm ...... . wl Marriage licenses. Miles Bengston and Mary Buchek of Racine; Edward Lema Jr. and Dawn Hankel of Racine; Spence Campbell and Christine Swanson of Burlington; Stephen Sullivan and Kifflje Scott of Dover; David Albrecht of Eau Claire and Christine Bernthal of Caledonia; Israel Gonzalez and Olga Longoria of Racine; Randy Friesema and Shelly Kuiper of Mount Pleasant. Francis Quella and Linda Nelsen of Racine; Ceroid Kossow of Raymond and Karen Weber of Norway; Scott Vondra of Sheboygan and Toni Piccolo of Burlington; Jeffrey Tumm and Connie Barnes of Lewisville, Texas; Albert Battisti and Kim Petersen of Racine; Dale Lang and Laura Seymour of Raymond; William Fritsch and Laurie Jansen of Racine. Steven Winey and Elizabeth Williams of Winona Lake, Ind.; Ralph Malicki and Susan Konitzer of Caledonia; The9dore Grady of Norway and Janelle Hittman of Raymond; Richard Colano of Waterford and Carrie Steffen of Burlington; Joseph Cochran and Lus Cartagena of Racine; Adam Lancy and Anna Warburton of Chicago; Stephen Royle and Colleen Harold of Racine. . Jeffrey Nachreiner and Michell Waranka of Caledonia; Todd Tanner and Teresa Schovain of Racine; Terrence LaMarr and Marcy Prokop of Union Grove; Christian Wojteckl of Burlington and Sandra Kropidlowski of Cedarburg; Andrew Yankech and Jennifer Johnston of Racine; Edward Kirt and Jennifer Panis of Racine; Albert Gores and Janet Rueter of Burlington. John Kammer and Karen Nega of Burlington; Thomas Kostovich and Joseph Rojas of Chicago; Dean Holewinski of Racine and Lori Luxon of Mount Pleasant; Peter Ydunate and Lisa Reinhardt of Racine; Franciscus Meiland of Mijdrecht, Holland and Laurie Bulik of Mount Pleasant; Robert Mudge Sr. of Black River Falls and Jean Faust of Racine; Gary Harris and Sheila Thompson of Racine. Darryl Hibbler and Jacqueline Johnson of Racine; Richard Albee and Susan Schen-def of Waterford; People Hanneman and Laura Bossart of Minneapolis; Timothy Bonn of Racine and Jodi Norbeck of Caledonia; Sylvanus Lanier and Doris Barker of "Racine; David Pierce of Caledonia and Karen Malenfant of Racine; Allen Beth of Racine and Robin Doolittle of Mount Pleasant. Paul Woodward and Nanette Wranik of Racine; Lester Willms and Marian Morgen-sen of Racine; Roger Keeran and Sandra Sorenson of Mount Pleasant; Steven Thorp . of West Allis and Peggy Knutson of Burlington; Terry McClelland and Carolyn Boykin 6f Racine; Robert Baasch of Milwaukee and Donna Allar of Racine; Scott Spaulding 'and Sandra Nixa of Racine. 1 Ross Erickson and Kaye Erickson of Springfield, Mo.; Peter Dyhan and Diane Niesen of Racine; Kenneth Kozlowski of Dellona, Wis. and Linda Gall of Mount Pleasant; David Peterson and Karen LaMack of Mount Pleasant; Charles Meinke of Randall, Wis. and Colleen Demuth of Yorkville; James Van Lone of Rochester and Linda Patterson of Waterford; David Gonzalez and Deborah Myhre of Racine; Jose Lopez of Waukegan, 111. and Elia Garcia of Racine. Gregg Solazo and Joanna Rivas Dombrow- Carreno Jennifer Dombrow of 170 Westminster Square, daughter of the Mr. and Mrs. William Dombrow of the same address, is engaged to Stephen Carreno of 2056 Shoop St., son of Martha Carreno of the same address and Ruben Carreno of 521 South St. A June 17, 1989 wedding is planned. Dwyer-Abbott Faith A. Dwyer of 3441 Daisy Lane, daughter of Ron and Ruth Dwyer of ithe same address, is engaged to Spencer L. Abbott Jr. of 3523 17th St., son of Bud and Donna Abbott of the same address. An Aug. 27 wedding is planned. ' ' ' ; Faith Dwyer and Spencer Abbott Jr. Jackson-Johnson Jacquelyn B. Jackson of Beloit, daughter of Lloyd I. and Ruby West Johnson of Milledge-ville, Ga. (formerly of Racine), is engaged to Michael B. Johnson of Beloit, son of William J. and Elsie M. Johnson of Davis, 111. A July wedding is planned in Rockford, 111. Michael Johnson and Jacquelyn Jackson Racine in History 100 years ago May 28, 1888: The streets of Racine presented a metropolitan appearance Saturday evening, several thousand people being out and a brass band discoursing music as an advertising scheme arranged by several firms. May 29, 1888: Water pipes are being laid in the courthouse and hereafter the county officials will drink water from the waterworks. May 30, 1888: The new Washington Avenue and 12th street fire hydrants were tested yesterday afternoon and gave the best of satisfaction. At the waterworks pumps 125 pounds of pressure was put on. May 31, 1888: The Racine Refrigerator Co. today received an order for 40 refrigerators from a Chicago party who has already had 240 of them. June l, 1888: A museum of anatomy will be established in the store recently occupied by Winter & Doe. June 2, 1888: It has been suggested that the Lakeside rink be remodeled into a swimming school. In Chicago, there are several and all are largely patronized. One here would pay big money. June 3, 1888: No paper was published. 50 years ago May 28, 1938: Under auspices of Hulbert Brothers Inc., automobile dealers, a 28-passenger Boeing cabin plane will be brought to Racine Wednesday afternoon for passenger hops. May 29, 1938: Because of the failure to reach a settlement of the strike of cannery workers at the Frank Pure Food Co., Franksville, many farmers who had contracted with the company for their crops of spinach have plowed the produce under. Some have sold their crops on " the Milwaukee market. May 30, 1938: No paper was published. May 31, 1938: Heading three Memorial Day parades were members of the Racine Amrican Legion drum and bugle corps. They played in Racine, Union Grove and Milwaukee. June l, 1938: While 541 students will be graduated from the three Racine senior high schools this month, 730 will be completing the junior high school course in four public junior high schools so there will be no lessening of the teaching load in the high schools. June 2, 1938: With the $503,000 general park improvement project scheduled to get underway on June 23, the city council WPA committee and Mayor Roy A. Spencer took steps to purchase some lVfe-ton trucks to be used in parks while extensive improvements are made on the WPA program. June 3, 1938: Between 70 and 80 WPA workers, scheduled to begin a new shift this morning on the beautification project in Island Park, were out of work following a controversy over wages. 10 years ago May 28, 1978: "Flying Brian," who claims the world skateboard high jump record at 5 feet, entertained children and adults alike last week, while in Racine. May 29, 1978: No paper was published. May 30, 1978: The pagoda-shaped animal nursery building at the Racine Zoo will be dedicated Sunday at 2 p.m., at the zoo. Donated by the North Side Bank, the building is to serve as a residence for young zoo animals. May 31, 1978: A downward trend in serious reported crime in the city continued through the first quarter of 1978. Reports compiled by the Racine Police Department show a 24 percent drop in the number of serious crimes through March compared with the first quarter of last year. June 1, 1978: Racine County is not included in the list of seven major projects in the state's 1979 Highway Improvement and Maintenance Program. That means 1979 holds no plans for improvement of Highway 31 from Highway 20 to County Trunk MM. June 2, 1978: Contract talks in the two-day-old strike by heavy equipment operators on building construction projects in the greater Milwaukee area, Racine and Kenosha counties probably won't resume until sometime next week. June 3, 1978: Jacobsen Manufacturing Co. officially changed hands Friday, for the second time in 10 years. Textron Inc. completed purchase of the Racine-based maker of powered turf, lawn garden and snow removal equipment early Friday afternoon. M if ' T1" i Hi u ' vr ! Mil v & - ft v-v f4-, A 7 , I Jp- fJ Ju? f t Stephen Carreno and Jennifer Dombrow Carroll- Sczulczewski Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Carroll Sr. of 5134 Rosedale Lane announce the engagement of their daughter Wendy of the same address to Richard Sczulczewski of 5107 Byrd Ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sczulczewski Sr. of Franklin. A June 4 wedding is1 planned in Michigan. A reception will be held in Racine when the couple return from Michigan. - rV Richard Sczulczewski and Wendy Carroll Bowden-Souter Hope Bowden of Racine, daughter of Carl Bowden of Kenosha and Mary Bowden of Racine, is engaged to Patrick Souter of 1105 Irving Place, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Souter of the same address. An August wedding is planned. Hope Bowden and Patrick Souter Annie Sanders contestant in Miss Preteen Pageant Annie Sanders, age 9, daughter of Bernie Sanders of 3453 9th Ave. and Victor Kremis of 300 100th Ave., Sturtevant, will participate in the Miss Wisconsin American Preteen Pageant today and Sunday at the Red Carpet Hotel, Milwaukee. The Miss American Preteen Pageant is open to girls ages 8-12 who are good students. Emphasis is placed on mental alertness, self-confidence, achievement in school and performance onstage. The Wisconsin Preteen winner will receive a crown, banner, trophy, flowers and a cash award and will represent the state at the national pageant November in Tampa, Fla. She will be crowned Miss Wisconsin American Preteen and return to the 1989 pageant as reigning queen to crown her successor. She also will be invited to be a special guest at all Miss American Coed and Preteen functions. Awards are given in several areas of competition: Speech, talent, best application, photogenic, personality and hostess. Annie is a third grade student at Annie Sanders pageant finalist Red Apple School. Her hobbies include horseback riding, swimming, diving, gymnastics, writing and presenting family plays. Desiree Smith contestant in Miss Princess Pageant Desiree Rose Smith, 6, daughter of Dan and Annita Rosenberg of 5904 Middle Road, is a contestant in the Miss Wisconsin American Princess Pageant to be held June 3-4 at the Red Carpet Inn in Milwaukee. The Miss American Princess Pag-eant is open to girls between ages 4-7. The pageant will focus on social awareness, self-confidence, achievement in school and performance on stage. The winner of the Miss American Princess Pagenat will receive a $300 cash award, a crown, banner and trophy and will return to the 1989 pageant to crown her successor. She also will be eligible to compete in the National Princess Pageant in November for the title of National Miss American Princess. She also will be invited as the guest of any Miss American Coed or Pre-teen functions she chooses to attend. Awards are given in several areas of competition: Talent, best in evening wear, photogenic, .miss , t (l I WSL Desiree Smith pageant contestant personality and the hostess award. Desiree's hobbies include ballet, tap, singing and swimming. f

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