The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska on February 7, 1972 · Page 8
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The Lincoln Star from Lincoln, Nebraska · Page 8

Lincoln, Nebraska
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Monday, February 7, 1972
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• Til# il«r Mu lùqy, b UP / 7, 1972 One Is A “Valentine Ball” Queen iVladam Chairman Afternoon Wedding Who will be queen of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority Valentine Ball? No one will know the queen’s identity until she is presented at the BSP dance to be held at the Legionnaire Club on Saturday evening, Feb, 12 —- that is to say that no one other than the judges who select the winner will know before that date. There was a preview of the queen candidate on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 6, when the contestants were interviewed and judged by a very ini- pri'ssive group of Lincoln residents. And our photographer just happened to be on hand at the command performance. Pictured above, standing — left to right—are Miss Linda Hayes, Mrs. Edward Sc’hulenberg, Mrs. Jerry Davis, Miss Jeannie Johnson, Mrs. Jerry Mullinix, Mrs Richard Clarence, Mrs John Matulis, Miss Helen Wipf, Pamela Orcutt, Miss [..ouayne Swift, Miss Mary Robinson, Miss Barbara Ludwig, Mrs. Jerry Smith, Mrs. Al Calvert and Mrs. Tom Tidball, Wilkins, I^eo V. Scherer, Jr., Seated at the table—left to Mrs. Micliael Boosalis and right—are judges Mrs. Charles Wallace Richardson. i-ormer Bride Bride On Sunday The marriage of Miss Linda Bohlmeyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bohlmeyer of Fairbury, to Randall Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Smith of Jansen, was solemnized on Sunday afternoon Feb. 6, at the American Lutheran Church in Fairbury. The Rev. Kenneth Jacobson read the lines of the 2:30 o’clock ceremony. Mrs. Eugene Bohlmeyer of Lincoln was her sister-in-law’s matron of honor, and Miss Karen Bohlmeyer, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The three bridesmatrons included Mrs. Howard Nispel of Grand Island; Mrs. David Fairbanks of Kansas City, Mo., both sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Jerry Knoche of Lincoln. Doyle Oerter of Kearney served as best man, and the groomsmen and ushers included Jeffrey Smith of Jansen, brother of the bridegroom; Eugene Bohlmeyer of Lincoln, Duane Bohlmeyer, brothers of the bride; Larr\’ Smith of Lincoln; Fred Achtmeier of Harbine; Dennis Patton and James Mumby. The bride chose a gown of organza and Venise lace for her wedding. The lace formed an overlay for the smoothly sculptured Empire bodice w+iich was designed with a high collar, banded in lace, and the lace was repeated to cap and to cuff the full, sheer sleeves. Beneath the Empire waist the floor-length organza skirt was softly gathered and was completed with a train which e.xtended from back Empire height into cotillion length. The bride is careering in the physical therapy department at Bryan Memorial Hospital, and Mr. Smith is a senior in the University of Nebraska College of Business Administration. SINUS SUFFERERS M*r«V f*o4 n*wt for youl Exeltwi»* new ‘Twird cor#" SYNA-CLIAR D«cong*itOMl tgblch met knifontiy ond continuoutly lo drain ond door «Ml noMl-iinut cavitiM. On« eoro* tabl«t givM you op to I hours roiiof from iMbi end prossur* «f ternoill««. Allows you to brooth« •atSy—Mopt wotory mym» mud rwuiy no»«. You MU buy SYNA-ClEAt AT F AM 11 Y OK UO «MmmI mm4 tar ■ pr«scriptiON. faMbfodton «MroMtaod by mokor. iry • l0d«1^ Introductory Offer Worth $]50 Cel out this od—taka to «tora fistad. Purchosa ona pock el SYNA>CLEAR 12*t ri iiTr «M mmrm bYNA ClUft 12-Pock Praa. On Saturday evening, Feb. 5, the marriage of Miss Debra Lynelle Strobel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Strobel, to Bruce Edward Fischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fischer of Valentine, took place at the Redeemer Lutheran Church. The sixsome of attendants included Miss Karen Maty a of Omaha, the maid of honor; bridesmatrons Mrs. Cory Strobel of Omaha and Mrs. Clay Tucker, and bridesmaids Miss Patra Boosalis of Grand Island, and Miss Terry Baughan. John Zarbano of Omaha served as best man. and the groomsmen and ushers included J. B. Fischer of Valentine, John McHenry, Cory Strobel of Omaha, James Strobel, Lee Simmons of Valentine, William Kathrein, Philip Kelly of Omaha, Thomas Watson, and Thomas Welch of Sidney. The bride appeared in a gown of silk peau de soie and pearl embroidered Alencon lace. The sculptured bodice, designed with a scalloped collar and deeply cuffed Bishop sleeves which repeated the lace and pearl motif, had an overlay of the pearl embroidered lace, and the pearls, framed with miniature circlets of lace, patterned a front panel which extended from the throatline to the hem of the peau de soie skirt which extended into a cotillion train. The bride has attended the University of Nebraska where she is a member of Gamma Phi Beta sorority. Mr. Fischer also is a former student at the University of Nebraska and is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity. SPAGHETTI TONIGHT! S-10p.m. The greatest spaghetti meat sauce in town, over pasta exactly “al dente“'fragrant garlic bread, crisp green salad. Mama Miai Bring the family. AFTERNOON Unicameral Ladies Club, luncheon, 12:30 o’clock, Nebraska Club. EVENING Altrusa Club, 7:30 o’clock, Pioneer House, 11:30 H St. Lincoln Mrs, Jaycees, Bridge, 8 o’clock, at the home of Mrs. Clyde Mauk, 2419 So. 19th St. Alabama Ceremony Under 12-11.29 RAMADA inn : Interttat# 80 •t Airport Exit f also serving . . . delicious Lasagne and Veal Parmesan! t The wedding of Miss Jan McCracken, daughter of Mrs. D. H. McCracken of Montgomery, Ala., and the late Col. McCracken, and Thomas Kotouc, son of Mr. arri Mrs. Otto Kotouc of Humboldt, took place on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 5, at the Gunter A.F.B. Chapel in Montgomery. The three attendants included the maid of honor Miss Nancy Birchfield o f Montgomery, Ala., and bridesmaids Miss Donna Hallberg of Orlando, Fla., and Miss Leslie Lanier of Atlanta, Ga. Jon Kotouc of Lincoln served his brother as best man, and groomsmen and ushers were Brock Hutchins of Atlanta, Ga., Lee Roscoe of Charleston, S.C., and Spence McCracken. The bride’s gown of white satin was designed in the Empire mode and was accented with lace. The lace, which patterned the bodice and bordered the button-centered bib, was repeated to fashion the ring collar and cuff the long, full sleeves. The softly gathered skirt was floor-length and was completed with a chapel train. A profile bandeau of lace held in place her tiered veil. The bride is a graduate of Auburn University, where she is a member of Alpha Omicron Pi, and of Phi Beta Kappa, and She now is a member of the pjublic schools faculty on Atlanta. Mr. Kotouc is a graduate of the University of Nebraska, where he is a member of Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, and of Harvard Law School. STRETCH YOUR travel dollar SAVE FROM $5.00 TO $22.50 on AMERICAN TOURISTER 1000 SERIES SPECIAL SALE 25% OFF SUGGESTED RETAIL From February 6th through February 21st, we’ll give you 25% off our Tiara line of men’s and women's molded luggage. That's right, our regular line in all our regular colors and sizes. With all the standard American Tourister features (tough stainless steel frame, fiberglass reinforcement all over, non-spring locks that won’t pop open) that we’ll charge you full price for later on. So take advantage of our dollar stretching special. We are not going to be this generous for very long. American Tourister FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY WE GIVE AND REDEEM CX)MMUNITY Satmleff STAMPS 1124 "0" At a 3:^ o’clock ceremony on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 5, the wedding of Miss Judy Wessel, dat^hter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Wessel, and Dennis Batliner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin F. Batliner, took place at St. Teresa’s Church. The Rev. Paul York solemnized the service. The foursome of attendants chosen by the bride was composed of Miss Cindy Wessel, who was her sister’s maid of honor; Mrs. Frank Holt, the bridesmatron, and bridesmaids Miss Susan Stemper and Miss Mary Grzesion. Jerry Batliner of Omaha served his brother as best man, and the groomsmen and ushers included Ronald Tresnak of Kansas City, Mo.; Randjr parlson, Mark Coyle, Ronald Messineo and William Wessel. ’ , Silk organza fashioned the gown chosen by the bride for her wedding. The smocked bixlice was designed with a rounded throatline, contoured with a ruffle of the organza, and the ruffle motif was repeated at the wrists of the Bishop sleeves of organza. Beneath the Empire waistline the organza skirt was in the A-line, silhouette mode. A juliet cap of satin ribbon, and lace in a daisy motif, held in place her tiered, waist length veil, and she carried a bouquet of white svveeUieart roses, lilies-of-the-valley and gympsophelia. Mr. Batliner is a former student at Nebraska Wesleyan University. NWU Faculty Women The members of the Nebraska Wesleyan University Faculty Women’s Club gathered at the Campus Center for a meeting on Saturday afternoon, Feb. 5. Social Chairman Mrs. Harold Chaffee was in charge of the 2 o’clock event. The committee members included Mrs. Glenn Bush, Mrs. Neal Chism, Mrs. Gabriele Cope, Mrs. Glen Dappen, Mrs. Walter El well, Mrs. Clayton Feis, Mrs. Richard Marvel, Dr. Mary Smith, Mrs. Joe Wampler, and Mrs. Robprt Warwick. Featuring free estimates IPs our way of introducing our 5-in-1 drapery cleaning service to you. 1. Adjust-a-drape cleans draperies fresh as new. 2. Draperies guarantee« to be returned at exact length as received. ‘ 3. Makes hems perfectly even. 4. Keeps linings in place. 5. 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