The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 24
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 24

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, June 27, 1965
Page 24
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iNI SUNDAY lULLITIN fie/o/V School Alumni Wed in Church of the Covenant -•""'"•"•'""Miss Batepburg Is Bride; Couple to Live in New York —Charles Studio MRS. ROBERT ADAMS (Karen Wahamaki) Miss Martin Is Married in Church Rife St. Edward's Church was the setting for the marriage of Margaret June Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Martin of 1542 Holmes Ave., and Daniel P. Wieczor- —Pederaen Photo MRS. D. P. WIECZOREK (Margaret Martin) ek, son of Mrs. Leonard Wiec- rorek of 1225 Center St. The couple exchanged vows at 10 a.m. on June 12 before the Rev. Richard Schaeffer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of organza over taffeta accented by pearl and crystal trimmed Alencon lace appliques and styled with a scoop neckline, sheath skirt and detachable chapel train. A headpiece of pearl and sequin trimmed lace held her bouffant veil and she carried pink and white roses and ivy. Mrs. Terrance Morin was her sister's matron of honor and bridesmaids were Margaret Crowe and Judith Jarapko. They wore floor length frocks of varigated pink linen with square necklines, empire bodices and sheath skirts detailed by bows and detachable watteau panels. Deep pink bows secured their circular veils and pink Fuji mums, white pompons and ivy formed their bouquets. David P. Wieczorek was best man for his brother. Michael Lipp and Richard Bonini were groomsmen and ushers were Terrance Martin, the bride's brother, and Thomas Wieczorek, the bridegroom's cousin. Mrs. Egon Jensen was soloist. The rites preceded a dinner at Kiibourn Gardens and a reception at the Racine Scout Corps Hall. The bride's mother saw the day's events in a pink and white ensemble of crepe and lace with white accessories and the bridegroom's mother wore blue lacie with white accents. Both mothers had corsages of white cymbidium orchids. ' After a trip to northern Wisconsin, the young Wiec- zoreks will live at 3714 Kinzie Ave. The marriage of Karen Jayne Wahamaki and Robert William Adams was solemn ized in a 4:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday in Church of the Covenant. The Rev. Anderson Clark, dean of the chapel o: Beloit College, officiated at the rite. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sven Olavi Wahamaki of 3702 Maryland Ave. and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. James Woolford of Wellington, Kans., and the late Dr. Richard Charles Adams of Rochester, Minn. The young people are graduates of Beloit College. The bride also is a graduate of the Montessori Training School, Oak Park, 111., and a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. She will be a directress at the Ed In a Montessori School, Edina, Minn., this fall. Her husband is a junior in the University of Minnesota medical school and a member of Nu Sigma medical foundation. They will live In Minneapolis. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white silk organza gown with a hand crocheted yoke and sleeves. She carried white stephanotis. Her aides, in white floor length gowns with yellow ribbon waistbands, were Jane Liesveld of Kansas City, Mo., the maid of honor, and Sally Smith, also of Kansas City, who was bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Gerrit Kuechle of Rocky River, Ohio, the best man, and Robert Hanck of Worchester, Mass., Ensign John Ryerson of San Francisco and Kim Wahamaki of Racine, the bride's brother. For the ceremony and a reception in the Harbor Room of Hotel Racine, the bride's mother wore green chiffon with matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose azure blue linen with matching accents. Heidi Crewe^Batenburg became the bride of Jon Gordon Eberenz in a 2 p.m. ceremony Saturday in Plymouth Congregational Church. The Rev. —AAA Album MRS. JON EBERENZ (Heidi Batenburg) Orris Bartholomew officiated as vows were recited by the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Batenburg of 2710 aSalle St. and the son of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Eberenz of Corning, N. Y. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of chalk white silk organza over taffeta with an empire basque of Alencon lace, scoop neckline and floor length A-line skirt with cathedral train. A caplet o pearlized orange blossoms held her bouffant veil and she carried Amazon lilies with steplianotis and ivy. Julie Batenburg was her sister's honor attendant and bridesmaids were Diane Beckloff of Hinsdale, 111., and Mary Ruth Hier of Roslyn, L. I Candice Bell of Big Flats N. Y., the bridegroom's niece, was flower girl. The aides wore floor length gowns o: peony and pink peau de sole with scoop necklines and popcorn lace detailing at the sleeves and waists. Matching picture hat^ and bouquets oi pink roses and ivy completed their costumes. The bridegroom w(as attended by Thomas Younker o Corning, N. Y., and by Wi Ham Jang, also of Corning Robert Zika of Park Forest, 111., and Thomas Peterson Racine. For the ceremony and a reception at Racine Country Club, Mrs. Batenburg wore pink linen suit with a corsage of cymbidium orchids and Mrs. Eberenz, the bridegroom's mother wore a frock of powder blue silk and lace accented by cymbidium Orchids. After a trip to Canada, the newly married pair will live at 42 Roosevelt St., Corning, N. Y. Robert Clark, Dianne Atwell Wed in Double Ring Ceremony Wedding vows of Dianne J. Atwell and Robert W. Clark were pledged Saturday morning in an 11 oclock Nuptial High Mass in St. Mary's Catholic Church with the Rev. Robert W. Pusch officiating or the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Atwell of 1916 Arlington Ave. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Clark of Grand Rapids, Mich. The bride, escorted by her father, was attired in an ivory silk peau de sole classic gown of re-embroidered Alencon lace with pearl tracery frosting the bodice and skirt front. A softly pleated back with the lace applique trailed into a cathedral train and was accented by a waistline bow. A matching open pillbox secured the bride's silk illusion veil and her costume was completed with a crescent styled bouquet of roses with stephanotis and ivy accents. Preceding her as maid of honor was Eileen May and three bridesmaids, Marian Gajdos, Elaine Svitavsky and Louise Lenshek of Negaunee, Mich. The bridal aides were identically attired in turquoise floor length gowns of chiffon, satin and taffeta. The gowns featured midriffs of satin with back bows and rosette trim. The bell-shaped skirts had softly pleated backs which followed the styling of the bride's gown. Matching sheer leaf and forget-me-not headpieces held pouf . veils and they carried crescent styled bouquets of white and turquoise carnations and foliage. The bridegroom's brother, John A. Clark of Grand Rapids was best man. Groomsmen were brother of the bride Anthony Atwell of Madison, David Barkema of Grand Rapids, and William Carlstrom of Port Washington. An afternoon dinner and a reception for several hundred guests was held at the Elks Club. The bride's mother wore powder blue silk jacket dress with white accessories. The bridegroom's sister, who —Charlei Studio MRS. ROBERT W. CLARK (Dianne Atwell) stood in for his parents who were unable to attend because of illness, wore a turquoise sheath with a turquoise and white coat and white accessories. Both had corsages of white carnations and roses. The Clarks will make their summer home at 2100 Romayne Ave. upon returning from a wedding trip to Yellowstone National Park and various western states. The bridegroom was graduated from Michigan State University and received his master's degree from the University of Wisconsin. He is employed as an analytical chemist with S. C. Johnson and Son. The bride, formerly at University of Wisconsin- Madison, will complete her education on the Milwaukee campus. RICE RECIPE Cook loads of thin-sliced ohion and green pepper in butter, then add a can of stewed tomatoes and a round of frankfurters. Heat thoroughly and serve over cooked rice. Charles Winter, Janet Meyer Plight Troth Redeemer Lutheran Church was the setting for the June 12 marriage of Janet Ruth Meyer and Charles William Winter. The service was held at 4 p.m. with the Rev. B. P. Wallschlaeger officiating. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Meyer, ^ocia ^oieLooli Mrs. Jon Eberenz, the former Heidi Crewe Batenburg, was honored at a number of parties before her marriage on Saturday. Mrs. Ray Fenstermacher was hostess at a luncheon at the Loom of Den mark and Mr. and Mrs. Jofin S. Rowland entertained at a dinner party as did Mrs. Edward Zika. Misses Sue Gillett and Gloria Jensen were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower and kitchen showers were given by Mrs. Ralph Deihl and Mrs. John McAlvay and by Mrs. Byron Peterson and Mrs. thomas Peterson. Mrs. Clarence Underwood was hostess at a luncheon for the bride and her attendants. Two parties honored Mrs. Bill D. (Shirley) Hunter be fore her recent marriage to Lloyd C. Hansen. Mrs. James Martinsen and Mrs. Fred An derson were hostesses at a personal shower and Mrs. James Jander and Miss Margaret Hansen entertained at a pantry shower. Before the recent marriage of Joellen Fisher and Joseph Demichelis, the bride was honored when Mrs. Charles V. Johnson gave a crystal and personal shower. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Demichelis, the bridegroom's parents, entertained for the bridal party at a rehearsal dinner at the Hobnob ^^olbert-Deuster Wedding Vows hedged in St. Edward's Church —Highlight Studio MRS. CHARLES WINTER (Janet Meyer) 2631 Sunrise Road. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Winter, Route 1, Box 71A, Waterford. Given hi marriage by her ather, the bride wore a floor ength gown with full hooped skirt and train of tiered white nylon lace. She also wore a pearl and crystal Grown with silk veil and carried a cascade of white orchids, stephanotis and carnations. Helen Schultz, maid of honor, was attired in a powder blue floor length empire sheath with square neckline and short sleeves and matching blue pouf veil. She carried yellow mums, daisies and roses attached with assorted blue bows. Bridesmaids, dressed identically to the honor attendant, were the b r i d e's sisters, Barbara and Kathy Meyer and cousin of the bridegroom, Susan Niemann. They carried bouquets identical to the maid of honor. Peter Bielefeld of Waterford, was best man. Greg Niemann, Brian S t a u f f and Wayne Schmidt, all relatives of the bridegroom, completed the wedding party. • The bride's mother chose a pink silk crepe dress with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige and powder blue lace dress with powder blue accessories and wore a corsage identical to the bride's mother. Following a 6 p.m. supper, a reception was held at Veterans Park in Milwaukee. The couple is residing at 921 Main St. The marriage of Patricia Ann Deuster. daughter of Mrs. Paul R. Deuster of 2412 Webster St. and the late Mr. Deuster, to Patrick Malloy Colbert took place Saturday n St. Edward's Church with the Rev. Richard J. Schaefer celebrating the 11 a.m. Nuptial Mass. *oth the bride and her husband, son of Mrs. Cornelius M. Colbert of 4001 Kinzie Ave. and the late Mr. Colbert, are alumni of Dominican Col- ege. As undergraduates she filiated with Delta Kappa Chi and he with Epsilon Alpha Delta. After a trip through eastern states, they will be in their home at 2324 Dwight St. The bride is a member of the fac- ty of McKinley Elementary School. The bridegroom is in tthe production control department of J. I. Case Co. James Deuster of Green Bay, uncle and godfather of the bride, gave her in marriage. Her wedding gown of ivory peau de sole was simply styled with the guipure lace of the empire bodice extending into brief sleeves to form its only trimming. The A-line sheath skirt was topped by a detachable cathedral train Her veil was caught to a harmonizing headpiece, and she carried a bouquet of Amazon roses and stephanotis. Her sole jewelry, representing "something old," was the pearl-and-gold necklace which had been her paternal grandmother's wedding gift. A maid of honor, Eileen Riordan of Madison, cousin of the bride, and two bridesmaids, Julie Deuster of Green Several showers feted Bon nie Sue Rohner before her marriage to Raymond John Sorenson June 19, A surprise shower was held by Mrs Donald Rhodes and Mrs, Wil lard Olson, A* kitchen shower was given by Mrs, William Rohner at her home. Mmes. Norman Sorenson, Leonard Peden and Robert Anderson honored the bride with a miscellaneous shower at the Sorenson home Another kitchen shower was held by Mrs, Wilbur DeGrave at Sturtevant's Legion Hall. A surprise shower feted the bride with Mrs. Dennis Demet as hostess. Preceding her marriage Saturday to Robert W. Clark Dianne J. Atwell was guest of honor at a dinner party Wednesday given by her grandmother, Mrs. Anthony Marta at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Atwell, 1916 Arlington Ave. The rehearsal party was also held at the At well home Friday evening. MRS. PATRICK COLBERT (Ann Deuster) Barbara Nielsen Betrothal Told The engagement of Barbara Nielsen to Jon Christensen has been announced. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Nielsen of Cedar Falls, Iowa. Her fiance's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Christensen, 704 Munroe Ave. The couple, students at Dana College in Blair, Neb., have not set 'a wedding date. Bay, also a cousin, and Mrs. Harold Sternberg of Kenosha, preceded her. Miss Riordan was in yellow peau de sole and the bridesmaids in similar frocks of sea spray. Their floor length, A-Iine sheaths had empire bodices of Cluny lace forming short sleeves. Satin bands, defining the empire line, formed bows and streamers at the back. They carried carnations tipped to match their dresses, and wore circlets of the Same flowers in their hair. The bridegroom had his brother, Michael Colbert, as best man. Completing the wedding party were Paul Deuster, brother of the bride, and Richard Yasko as groomsmen, and John Floyd and the bride's other brother, James Deuster, as ushers. Robert Riordan of Pulaski, Wis., was the soloist. At the close of the ceremony, the bride placed a sheaf of red roses at the altar of the Blessed Virgin. To witness her daughter' wedding and attend the re ception later in the Clayton House, Mrs. Deuster wore a sheath and coat ensemble o pastel green cotton brocade with bone colored accesso ries. The bridegroom's moth er was in beige brocade with brown accessories. A linen shower, with Mrs. Karl York of 3000 Olive St. as hostess, was the first of a number of pre-nuptial parties given for Mrs. Patrick Col bert, the former Ann Deuster, a bride of Saturday. She received miscellaneous gifts at the shower given by Mrs. Weldon Murphy of 2408 Webster St., and gifts for her future kitchen and pantry when Mrs. Michael Colbert of 226 Virginia St. entertained at her home. The bride's aunt, Mrs. Ray J. Riordan of Madison, was hostess at a luncheon and personal shower at the Madison Club, and in Kenosha Mrs. Harold Sternberg and her mother, Mrs. Everett Engstrom, were co-hostesses at linen shower at the home of the latter. Mr. and Mrs. Querin Dorschel of Chicago were hosts at a dinner honoring the couple at the Black Steer, Milwaukee. The bride's "dove" luncheon was held at Frenchy's in Milwaukee, and friends of the bridegroom arranged a bachelor party for him at Racine Labor Center. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Cornelius Colbert, was hostess at the rehearsal dinner Friday at the Elmwood, Dean Russell Whitman and his recent bride, the former Nancy Erma Hennlngfleld, were honored at a pre-nuptlal shower and^ reception given by the bridegroom's father, Willard Whitman In Eau Claire. The bride also was honored at two parties in Racine. Women of First Methodist Church honored her at a pantry shower and Miss Lois Hennlngfleld and Mrs. Warren Henningfield were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at the Edwin Henningfield Sr. residence. Three showers heralded the recent marriage of Nancy Marko and Richard Bahrs. Miss Vicki Groesbeck was hostess at a miscellaneous shower as were Mrs. Selina Biahrs and Barbara Marko. A personal shower was given by Mrs. Raymond Bahrs. A series of parties marked the approach of the marriage of Margaret Martin and Daniel Wieczorek. Miscellaneous showers were given by Mrs. red Borgardt and Mrs. George Wieczorek, aunts of the bridegroom; by Mrs. Elmer Ebert, the bride's aunt who also honored the bridal pair at a dinner; by the bride's co-workers at Western Print- ng Company, who entertained at a dinner at Harvey's; and by Mrs. Terrance Morin, Miss^ Margaret Crowe and Miss Judith Jarapko. Mrs. Richard Kristof (Ruth Anderson) was honored at two showers prior to her recent marriage. Sally Eckblad and Sue Kristof entertained at a miscellaneous shower as did two of the bride's sisters, Orvin Jarlsberg and Mrs. Melvin Kugel. Barbara Ann Burke, the recent bride of Alan Exner, was feted at two parties before the nuptials. Mrs. Otto Exner, Mrs. Terry Exner and Mrs. James Brown entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of the latter in Racine, and Mrs. Christ Bekas was hostess at a bridal tea at her home in Elmwood Park, 111. Joan Mary Petersen of 2814 LaSalle St. has been selected as a rush counselor for the brmal sorority rush period in February at the University of Illinois. Miss Petersen is an affiliate of Phi Mu sorority. Linda Albright Bride-elect Mr. and Mrs. Irving Albright of 1112 Melvin Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Ann to Lawrence R. Andersen, son of Mrs. Lorraine Andersen, 3941 Green St. and Russell Andersen of Racine, A June, 1966 wedding is being planned. Kaye-Christy's Open Mon. 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