The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 19, 1959 · Page 21
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 21

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 19, 1959
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Gerald Engbring, Pafrkia Burdick Say Vows af S/. Edward's Church —Charles Studio MRS. GERALD ENGBRING (Patricia Burdicl<) Fred W. Jung Claims Bride Marriage vows were exchanged by Patricia Burdick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Burdiclt, 3716 Osborne Blvd., and Gerald Engbring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Engbring, Madison, July 11 at St. Edward's Catholic Church. The Rev. Richard J. Schaefer performed the 11 a.m. ceremony at which the bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown of embroidered nylon organza. The fitted bodice featured embroidered scallops at the modified sabrina neckline that were repeated on the brief gathered sleeves. Her bouffant skirt was gathered to a basque waistline, and featured plain j panels at the front and back land embroidered side panels. ' A butterfly bow was at- itached to the back waistline ! above the brush train. Her A double ring ceremony, per-! ^'"Sertip veil of French illusion formed by the Rev. Dan Garvey at 9 a.m., July 11, in St. Rose Church, united in marriage Shirley Ann Wurster and Fred W. Jung. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Margaret Wurster, 614 11th St. and Joseph F. Wurster Sr., 2229 Mead St. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jung, 1720 Grand Ave., are parents of the bridegroom. The bride, given in marriage —Camera Housa MRS. FRED W. JUNG (Shirley Wurster) by her brother, Joseph F. Wurster Jr., carried a prayer book to which a white orchid was attached. Her gown of rosepoint lace over satin had a fitted bodice with mandarin collar and a bouffant skirt of lace with lace and tulle flounces failing in a chapel sweep. A seed pearl crown secured her illusion veil. Her attendants were in white organza, styled on princess lines, with sheer pink embroidered yokes. White hairbraid hats with pink taffeta bows and baskets of painted daisies completed their ensembles. Mrs. Jerry O'Brien served as matron of honor and Helen Rizzo and Judy Jung as bridesmaids. Sharon Wurster was her sister 's flower girl, wearing white silk organza over taffeta and carrying a basket of pink and white baby roses. Ralph Kohel was the best man. Kenneth Glidden and Jerry O'Brien were groomsmen and Tom Kosterman and Wil- Ham Glidden ushered. Servers was caught by an open crown of encrusted seed pearls. Matching' embroidered mitts completed her ensemble. She carried Amazon lilies. Maid of honor was Doris Graff, classmate of the bride, from Sun Prairie. Other at tendants were Mrs. Joan Do browski and Mrs. Jackie Carl son, both of Racine, and Miss Barbara Wickert, Milwaukee Tom Burdick of Chicago was best man. Groomsmen were Ralph Engbring, Park Clinton Ohio; Walter Dobrowskl, Ra cine, and Wallace Carl.son, Ra cine. Bridesmaids were identically gowned in white nylon organza with sky blue embroidery. The fitted bodices featured an embroidered scalloped neckline and brief sleeves. Blue taffeta cummerbunds circled the waists and ended in bows and streamers. The skirts were bouffant ballerina; length. The attendants wore white horsehair braid picture hats with velvet bows on the crowns and streamers at the back. Their flowers were yel low daisies. The mother of the bride wore la light blue lace sheath with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose a grey and white silk dress with white accessories. Vocal soloist at the ceremony was Alice Wood. Ushers were Paul Lennertz. Lake- worth, Fla., and John C. Kaiser, Racine. The bride is a graduate of St. Agnes School of Nursing, Fond du Lac. After a wedding reception at Roma Lodge, the couple left for a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Minnesota. They will live at 890 Badger Rd., Madison. Vows Unite Jean M. Lund, David Keiser - Joiirnnl-Tlmr* riioto Jefferson Simpsons Visit Parents Here Capt. Jefferson Simpson, his wife, the former Claire Johnson, and their 4-yoar-old daughter Susan have returned to their home on the base of the U.S. Air Force Academy, in Colorado after visiting their parents in Racine, Dr.". and Mrs. Mclvin G. Johnson, 4.'5(j Melvin Ave., and former Cdiinty Judge J. Allan Simpson, 3635 Nicolel PI. During their Wisconsin stay, they visited Capt. Simpson's aunt. Miss Marian Allen, in F,gg Ihirbor, for several days. Capt. Simpson is on the faculty of the Air Force Academy. - Andrews Pliolo MRS. DAVID DE CELLES (Judith Frost) Robert C. Weisfs Visit in Florida Robert Clayton Weist and his bride, the former Nancy Ann Taylor, visited Florida on their wedding trip, and will reside at 826 Main St. Wedding vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. Taylor, 1610 Center St., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton A. W^st of Princeton, Ind. were pledged before Dr. Kenneth Hurst July 11 at 8 p.m. in Holy Commun- for the nuptial mass were the j ion Lutheran Church. bride's brother, Dennis Wurster, and James Beichcr. The bride, presented in marriage by her father, chose a For the wedding and the re- floor length gown of Chantilly Air Base Chapel Nuptial Setting Judith Lynn Frost and David C. DeCelles exchanged their marriage vows on June 27 at 2 p.m. in the chapel at March Air Force Base, Riverside, Calif. The Rev. Leonard Victor officiated in the presence of 75 guests, who later were entertained at a reception. The bride wore a ballerina length lace gown styled with sabrina neckline, and an elbow length veil held by a pearl crown. She carried a white orchid with stephanotis. Patricia Frost was her sister's maid of honor and Clifford Gerken was best man. George Messenger and Gary Haugen ushered. The couple is visiting at the home of the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn DeCelles, 2506 Green St. The marriage of Jean M. und, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lenry E. Lund, 4420 Llnder- mnnn Ave., to David G. Keiser was solemnized at 4 p.m. July in Plymouth Congregational Church. The bridegroom is the son of the Rev. V. H. Keiser, who performed the ceremony assisted by Dr, D. D. Wilson, and Mrs. Keiser of Grinncll. Iowa. The former Miss Lund chose a gown of white Chantilly laco over aqua satin, styled with square neckline and brief sleeves. Aqua satin was inset to form an empire waist with a front bow and hemline streamers. She wore a pearl-studded white petal hat. Her corsage, a white orchid with pule pink roses, was pinned to her purse. Joanne E. Lund, her sister's sole attendant, was in white Chantilly lace over yellow sutin, similarly styled. She wore a hat of white petals and had a corsage of yellow roses. Victor H. Keiser Jr. was his lirother's best man. For the wedding and the reception later at their home, Mrs. Lund wore a white linen frock with beaded neckline. Her accessories were pink and her pink corsage was pinned to her purse. The senior Mrs. Keiser was in navy bliio, and also had a ptuse corsage of pink roses. The Keisers wont north on their wedding trip, and are at home at 1445 College Ave. RACINE StlNDAT BULLETIN July 19,1951 S««. I» ftfi $i Joyce Priaulx, Jon James Mills Wed in Holy Communion Church Jon James Mills and his bride, the former Joyce Frances Priaulx, will make their home at 'U40V^ LaSalle St. when they return from their wedding trip to Niagara Falls. Vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Priaulx, !()28 Morton Ave., and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mills, 1919 Glllcn St., were pledged before Dr. Kenneth Hurst at 7 p.m., July 11, in Holy Communion Lutheran Church. The bride's dress was fashioned of rosepoint lace over satin. The fitted basque topped a skirt formed of tiers of lace and circled with a full duster ruffle which became a chapel train. Her floor-length veil was caught to a circlet of orangei!^"t'"-'i'"B hairbraid picture —aumiiBl'* Portrait MRS. .ION JAMES MILLS (Joyce Priaulx) blossoms and .she carried while butterfly roses and white orchids in a cascade arrangement. Her father gave her in marriage. She was preceded by her sister and maid of honor, Judy Priaulx; two bridesmaids, her cousin, Kathy Priaulx, and Donna MacLeod; another sister, Jean Priaulx, as Junior bridesmaid; and Jean Nelson, cousin of the bridegroom, as miniature bride in a replica of the bridal gown and veil. The adult aides wore blue silk organza over taffeta, styled with full harem skirts and caught with tiny bows. Patricia Meyers Becomes Bride hats, and bouquets of roses completed their en.sembles. Ron Olslinske was best man. For groomsmen the bridegroom had his brother, Tom Mills, together with David Cook and Al Andersen. The- bride's cousin, James Priaulx, was ring bearer. Nancy Desmond was soloist for the ceremony. The bride's mother chose a pink sheath, worn with a pink feathered hat and a white orchid corsage, for her daughter's wedding and t h e reception afterward in Racine Labor Center. The mother of the bridegroom .selected a lace sheath with which she wore .a while feathered hat and a corsage of while carnations and stephanotis. ception in the evening in John son Hail, the mother of the bride wore brown with beige accessories and the mother of the bridegroom pink with white accessories. The Jungs will reside at 1108 Wisconsin Ave. when they re turn from their wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, lace and tulle over satin. Lace accented the'yoke and a wide band of the lace circled the full skirt with its chapel train. Her fingertip veil was caught to a coronet of pearls and she carried a cascade of white carnations with pink roses. Barbara Petras, her sole attendant, wore white eyelet over pink satin, waltz length. Her flowers were a colonial arrangement of white carnations. The bridegroom had Raymond Gallcr as his best man. Robert Lyon and Joseph Balaski ushered. For her daughter's wedding and the reception in the church parlors afterward, Mrs. Taylor wore a yellow flowered en semble with white accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. Mrs. Weist, mother of the bridegroom, chose a corsage of white roses to accent her frock of navy blue silk shantung. Karan Nietsen Engaged to Wed A fall wedding is being planned by Karen JoAnn Nielsen, whose engagement to John Stilp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stilp of Chicago is being announced by her parents^ Mr. and Mrs. Christian Nielsen, 1305 N. Green Bay Rd. Miss Nielsen is an airlines MRS. ROBERT WEIST (Nancy Taylor) -Ilniiton Htiiillo E. C. Bloom Weds Peggy Ann hiayes Peggy Ann Hayes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman C. Janes, Topeka, Kan., became the bride of E. C. Bloom, son of Mrs. Lucille Bloom. 12171/2 Kewaunee St., July 4. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a semiformal gown of white lace. Her veil was shoulder-length while net and she carried red roses. Sandra Chript, maid of honor, chose a beige dress for the wedding. Gerry Geven was MRS. JAMES BRADEN (Rosctta Bauer) James Bradens Marry in Lima James Rraden and his bride, the former Rosetta Bauer, marriage took place in Holy Ro.sary Church in Lima, Wis., on July 6, will make their home in Racine. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bauer of Durand, Wis. Her husband's father. Alan Braden Sr., resides in New Auburn, Wis. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore while Chantilly lace and tulle over satin. .Sequins trimmed the .scalloper neckline and the em Nuptial promises were repealed in St. Joseph's Church al 10 a.m. Saturday, July 4, by Patricia Ann Meyers and Ponald Edward Schowalter. The Uev. John Richeltn heard the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paul Meyers, 2613 Ashland Ave., and the son of Mrs?. Rosella K. Schowalter, 3501 Wright Ave. The bride's gown of Chantilly laco and lullc featured an all-lacc bodice with a modified, scalloped Sabrina neckline and bouffant, floor-Ionglh .skirt with a lace, apron effect oyor- skJrt aj (he front. Alternating layers of lace and tulle ruffles form*l the back of the skirl, with a double dust ruffle at ih( hemline. Her fingertip veil of French illi/.sion was gathered to a Juliet cap of lace and taffeta accented with iridescents and pearls. She carried a bou(|uct of red roses, white carnations and stephanotis as she was given in marriage by her fath cr. Mary Elizabeth Meyers was maid of honor for her sister. The bridesmuid.s were Mrs. Loraine Meyers of Des Plaincs, III., and Catherine Murtaugh, Crystal Lake, III. Their ballerina-length gowns of flamingo pink silk organza had Southern belle motifs at the front of the hell skirts. They wore modified picture hats, designed by the bride, of white net encircled with satin leaves and accented with flamingo pink rosettes. They carried colonial heart- shaped bouquets of roses and white carnations. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Daniel Jo seph Schowalter, as best man and Tom Michna and Ray Thei- sscn as groomsmen. Daniel Meyers, Des Plaines, HI., and liichard Meyers ushered. For the ceremony and the rece|)tion at Roma Lodge, the bride's mother wore a rose hc^igo sheath of embroidered organza with a chiffon drape. She chose white accessories and a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. The mother of the bridegroom wore a yellow silk organza dress, with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations and yellow roses. The couple will reside at 2417 Arlington Ave. after a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. best man. A reception was given at the NCO Club at Forbes jpire bodice topped a iftjffled Air Force Base in KansasI j^j^j ^ half-hat encru.sted iwhere the bridegroom is anj ^m^ sequins and pearls held I airman, third class. jlier jiiu.sion veil. Style Nylon Lace Scarf icJ^'^srCta,'' " —Clalreinont Uludio MRS. DONALD SCHOWALTER (Patricia Meyers) Mohammedans Copied Hindu Math System Mohammedans learned of mathematics from the Hindus whom they had conquered and developed the numerical sys tcm we use today Instead of the awkward Roman numerals. DRAPERIES If your draperies are too short for the windows when you move into a new home, you can got the needed length —plus a new, stylish look—by adding a box-pleated flounce of the same material. Add a box valance at the top, too, for extra height. for Riding in Summer Summer breezes are refreshing, But all girls know what a mess a windy ride can make of their hairdos. On a dale, especially in a convertible, look pert and protected with a nylon lace scarf. These are shaped especially for the job. SMALL-FRY TRAVELERS Small-fry travelers in Europe find a wealth of fascinating places to visit in Germany, with the opening or reopening of several specialized museums and an assortment of zoos. Among the favorite zoos for youngsters of all ages are those in Berlin, Frankfurt and Hamburg. Mrs. Glen Braden of Racine was matron of honor and Darlene Braden of New Auburn served as bridesmaid. Glen Braden was his brother's best man and Ralph Bauer, brother of the bride, was groomsman. U s h e ri n g were cousins of the bride, Larry Bauer and Danny Fedie, A reception for 120 guests was held after the double ring ceremony. Golden Gate Seminary Opens New Campus MILL VALLEY, Calif.—OP)— The Golden Gate Baptist Theological Seminary has moved from Berkeley to a 126-acre campus at Strawberry Point, just north of San Francisco. SILK POPLIN For a feeling of elegance, add a rich, smooth, pure silk poplin to your wafdrobe, when you feel the budget can stand it. FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE Tuxedo KeiilalH - Gifl» for Attendants Latest Styles-—Fittings In your Home — "Free" Pickup and Delivery Garments guaranteed and delivered a week in advance to . assure perfect fittings SPECIAL FOR MONTH OF JULY "Fi*ce" Gifts for Groom and Groomsmen Lou Carlyle Formal Wear for Men 1031) Pearl Street MU 2-3240 SALE TIME Two wcolis only ... a special selling of Stylist Permanents at terrific savings! Regular 12.50 Cold WavCf • 4J Popular 15.00 Sahm Wave 2S Rcgiilur Creiiie Cold Wave with cut with euatom cut Btauty Solon 437 Moin Str««l Phona MEIm 2-4243 THIRD PLOOR Mary Ellen Maeder To Become Bride Mr. and Mrs. Edward Maeder, 1020 West Lawn Ave., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ellen, to Roger Aceto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Aceto, 1509 Prospect St. Miss Maeder is a student at the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee. Her fiance attends Drake University. No data has been set for the wedding. if yon want an elegant wedding ... be I 8nre to KENT rORMALS from ^^gcorgc and Icsler's' SPECIAL GIFT FOR GROOMS 211 6th St^

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