The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 25
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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 25

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—anniucrs Portrait MRS. RICHARD MATHEW HAMILTON (Shirley Jeanne Kapellusch) Richard Hamilton Weds Miss Shirley Kapellusch In a ceremony at noon on Saturday in St. Patrick's Cliurch, Shirley Jeanne Kapellusch became the bride of Richard Matliew Hamilton. They exchanged vows before the Rev. Gerard Clark. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence L. Kapellusch of 5112 Four Mile Road. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Hamilton of 5345 Hunt Club Road. He is the grandson of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Hamilton of Racine and of Mrs. L. L. Schooner of South Bend, Ind., and the late Mr. Schooner. The senior Mr. Hamilton founded the Parties Fete the Hamiltons The marriage on Saturday of Shirley Kapellusch and Richard M. Hamilton has been the occasion for many parties in recent weeks. The bride's aunts, Mrs. Charles Cerny of Racine and Mrs. Dwain Ericksen of Brooksville, Fla., and her cousin, Mrs. John Bartell, were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower and the Misses Carol Haberman, Marilyn Francis and Kathy Polansky of Racine and Mrs, Eugene Butterfield of Madison gave a linen shower. Dr. and Mrs. Roland Schacht and Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Peil entertained for the bride and bridegroom at a brunch at the Schacht home and Dr. and Mrs. Robert Lehner honored the couple at a cocktail dinner at their home. The bridegroom's brother, Robert L. Hamilton Jr., hosted a bachelor party at the Milwaukee Athletic Club and the bridegroom's parents gave the rehearsal dinner Thursday evening at their home. On their return from the Bahamas, the bridal couple will be honored at a cocktail dinner at which the bridegroom's sisters, Mrs. Donald Ritter and Mrs. John Burke, will be hostesses at the Ritter residence. American Decor in London Chapel LONDON —i/P)— Faihtful depictions of American birds, fruits and flowers are shown in the American Memorial Chapel behind the great altar of St. Paul's Cathedral. The eight delicately carved festoons are of limewood, which has been left in its natural state and color. They include a scrub jay, flowering dogwood, a scarlet tanager with its nest, white flowering raspberries, an osprey, 1 e m o n columbines, hepatica, a quail, a bobolink and bush poppies. Dumore Company and Hamilton-Beach. Young Mrs. Hamilton, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white silk linen sheath with a scoop neckline, belled sleeves and empire waist accented by beaded Alencon lace appliques. A detachable chapel length train fell from the neckline. A headpiece of lace and pearls held her veil and white mar- garette daisies and roses were combined with ivy in her bouquet. The bride's sister, Mrs. Eugene Butterfield of Madison, was matron of honor and Marilyn Francis and Carol Haberman, sorority sisters of the bride in Alpha Chi Omega at the University of Wisconsin, were bridesmaids. They wore pale aqua shantung sheaths designed by Mrs, H. Loeb of Madison with scooop necklines, bell sleeves and floating back panels. Matching pearl trimmed caplets held their butterfly veils and white daisies and ivy formed their bouquets. The bridegroom was attended by Robert L. Hamilton Jr., his brother and best man, and by John R. Howard of Chicago, Larry Kapellusch, the bride's brother of Racine, Michael Dwyer and Bruce Black, both of Racine. For the wedding and a reception at The Breakers, the bride's mother wore a pink crepe sheath with an Irish lace overblouse, matching accessories and a corsage of white garnet roses and a cymbidium orchid. The bridegroom's mother wore a silk print costume suit in shocking pink and lavender with pink accents and a corsage of double cynlbidium orchids. The young Hamiltons will honeymoon in Nassau. They will make their summer residence in Hutchinson, Kan., where the bridegroom will be a consultant for Master Manufacturing Company. In the fall they will reside in Madison where the bridegroom will continue work toward a masters degree in marketing and the bride will resume her studies as a junior majoring in mathematics. The bridegroom is a graduate of St. John's Military Academy and received a bachelors degree in business administration from the University of Notre Dame this spring. Jane Wlechers Is Bride Jane Elizabeth WIechers became the bride Saturday of James Robert Weller, She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Richard Jack WIechers of 39 S. Vincennes Circle, His parents are Dr. and Mrs, Ross Russell Weilcr of Fox Point. The Rev. Paul W, Larson of Milwaukee officiated in Plymouth Congregational Church as the couple exchanged vows in a 4;30 p.rn. service which preceded a garden reception at the WIechers home. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore an empire gown of English net and pearl-embroidered Alecon lace with a detachable cathedral train of ivory peau de sole. A cluster of lily of the valley secured her veil, which was bordered by Alen­ con lace, and lily of the valley and roses were combined in her cascade bouquet. Shari Urquhart of Madison was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mona WIechers, the bride's sister, Andrea Weller, the bridegroom's sister, Nancy Lang of New York City, Susan Whittemore of Boston, Elizabeth McLaughlin of Chicago and Barbara Bonville of Milwaukee. They wore pale pink organza gowns styled with straight skirts, shoulder bows and empire waistlines accented by moss green velvet ribbon forming floor-length streamers at the back. Their bouquets were pale pink garnets. The bridegroom was attended by Donald Sarno of Sikeston, Mo., the best man, and by Scott Smith, Jonathan Harper, Harold Herslof, Dean Schacht and Richard Holt, all of Milwaukee, and Edward Meyer of New York City. Mrs. W i e c h e r s saw her —B. Artln HalK Photo MRS. JAMES ROBERT WELLER (Jane Elizabeth WIechers) Thomas Eddys Are Honored Parties In Racine and Denver preceded the marriage Saturday of Shera Lea Hess and Thomas Kent Eddy, In Denver, Mrs. Louise Mc- Faddcn entertained at a tea for the bride attended by faculty members of the Denver public school system and Linda Johnson entertained at a shower. Al.so in Denver, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eddy hosted a dinner for the bridal pair. In Racine, Mrs. Herbert Falkenrath honored the bride at a luncheon in her home and auntrf of the bride, Mrs. Harvey Hess Sr. and Mrs. Leslie Kou.sck, entertained with Mrs. Floyd Adams at a buffet dinner and shower at Walt's Cfiuntry Squire. Mrs. William Danford was hostess at a cncklail party and dinner for the bride and bridegroom at her summer home at Pan Yak Park, Eagle Lal<e, Mrs. Harry Moulton entertained for the bride at a luncheon at Racine Country Club and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Eddy, the bridegroom's parents, gave the rehearsal dinner at the Colony House, Trevor, Wis. Sunday, Jun* V, IMS RAClHi SUNDAY IUUITIN Denver Man Marries Shera Hess Saturday Joan Veneios to Wed Aug. 22 daughter's wedding in a floor length sheath of blush pink chiffon and the senior Mrs. Weller wore floor length pink chiffon accented by white beading. Both had corsages of cymbidium orchids. The young Wellers will live in New York City where the Many Parties Herald Miss Wiechers' Marriage A series of parties in recent weeks has heralded the marriage Saturday of Jane Elizabeth Wiechers and James Robert Weller. The series began in May when Mr. and Mrs. Einar Jacobsen and Mrs. Herbert Bowman entertained at the home of the latter at a luncheon and kitchen shower for the bride. Mrs. A.I. Johnson was hostess at her home at a coffee for Miss Wiechers and Mrs. Rose Weller, the bridegroom's mother, entertained at a luncheon in her honor at Brynwood Country Club, Milwaukee. Mrs. H.J. Haumersen was hostess at her home at a luncheon and miscellaneous shower and Mrs. Harold Vilett's home was the setting when she was hostess at a luncheon where the bride received powder room accessories. Mmes. Victor Smith, Jack Meyer, Benjamin Feldstein and Louis Silver, all of Milwaukee, entertained at a breakfast and paper shower at Madeline of Willowbrook, Thiensville, and Mmes. Jack Weiss, Benjamin Malnekoff and Sherman Ackerman, also of Milwaukee, gave a luncheon at Chez Lenny. Mrs. Herbert Brehm and Mrs. Lester Naleid gave a luncheon and recipe shower at the home of the former and Mr. and Mrs. Don Black hosted a dinner at Racine Country Club. Mrs. Kenneth Kehl and her daughter Elsa were co-hostesses at a luncheon-linen shower for the bride at the Milwaukee University Club and Mrs. Jerome Wiechers and her daughter, Mrs. Marshall Thomas, held a luncheon and miscellaneous shower at the Wiechers home. A luncheon at Simon House, Milwaukee had Mmes. Elmer Stein, William Goodsitt, Solly Bazelon and Hyman Mendeloff of Milwaukee as hostesses. The University Club was the scene for a dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. Richard 0. Lang and their daughter Nancy. The bride's mother, Mrs. Richard Jack Wiechers, entertained the bridesmaids at luncheon at Racine Country Club. The bridegroom's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Ross Russell Weller of Fox Point, gave the rehearsal dinner at Brynwood Country Club. Making Up Family Music Informal family "jam" sessions are excellent means of stimulating the musical novice's interest in playing an instrument, reports Marion Egbert, education director of the American Music Conference. Family music-making focuses attention on the benefits of sharing music, eliminates the pressures that often accompany playing with others, and provides worthwhile experiences for the family as a group. bridegroom is employed by Chesbrough-Ponds. He is a graduate of the Milwaukee University School and of Northwestern University where he affiliated with Alpha Delta Phi. His bride was graduated from Kemper Hall and attended the University of Wisconsin and Prospect Hall. Barbara Casey fo Be Married ^ A Barbara Casey Mr. and Mrs. George M. Casey of 2707 Charles St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara, to Robert F. Kniestedt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Kniestedt of St. Louis, Mo. The bride-elect was graduated from St. Louis University and teaches English at a St. Louis high school. Her fiance was also graduated from St. Louis University where he was affiliated with Alpha Delta Gamma fraternity and Psi Chi, honor fraternity. He is presently employed with I.B.M. and is working on his master's degree in business administration. The couple plans to be married Sept. 4. WHEN IT COMES TO DIAMONDS COME TO MORTENSEN'S JEWELRY 321 1 Washington Ave. Cvrnliif Appalntmriili Cold Wave Special National Advertised Brands Includes Cremo Shampoo Styled Hair Shaping and Style Set. IlllDGliT 3i/;50 COLD WAVi: " COLD WAVi; LANOLIN COLD W AVK Going on Vacation ? Joan Venetos Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Venetos of 3915 North Bay Drive announce the engagement of their daughter, Joan to Constantine A. Dallis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Dallis of East Liverpool, Ohio. The bride-elect, formerly of Los Angeles, made her debut in January, 1961, in Beverly Hills, Calif. She has attended St. Mary's Academy, Toledo University, Mundelein College, the University of Wisconsin- Milwaukee and will attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the fall. Her fiance received his bachelor's degree at Kenyon College and his master's degree at Ohio State University. He recently received a Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and is presently employed with the Student Counseling Center there. The couple plans to be married Aug. 22 in Toledo, Ohio. Shera Lea Hess, the daugh* ter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry Hess of 4019 Kinzie Ave became the bride of Thomas Kent Eddy in a 4 p.m. ceremony on Saturday in Gethsemane Lutheran Church. The Rev, W. R. Wold officiated. The bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trezise Eddy of Denver, and his wife will honeymoon in Bermuda, On their return, they will live at the Colonial Court Apartments near Kan.sasville until autumnn when they will return to Denver. Young Mrs. Eddy, a graduate of Drake University where she is affiliated with Kappa Alpha Theta sorority, is an elementary teacher in the Denver public schools. 'Jhe bridegroom is a student at the University of Colorado where he is majoring in business administration. For her marriage, the bride chose a gown of white peau de sole with a .scoop neckline, short sleeves and a detachable chapel length train. Bands of Venise galloon lace circled the natural waistline and the hem of the slim skirt. A band of matching Venise lace detailed her chapel length veil and white stephanotis, roses and gardenias were combined with ivy in her bouquet. The "sixpence in her sho^" was the "good luck" gift of one of her students from London and the "something old" in her ensemble was a ring, given her by her parents on her 25th birthday and incorporating the original stone from her mother's engagement ring. She was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Harry Moulton of Cor- aiville, Iowa, was her matron of honor and the bridesmaids were Linda Johnson of Denver, Mrs. Richard Widmark of Park Ridge, 111., Mrs. Richard Morgan Jr. of Racine and Pandilla Hess, the bride's sis ter, also of Racine. They wore floor length sleeveless gowns of blue shandu with empire bodices and self fabric flowers and bows at the back. Matching fabric bows held their bustle veils and they carried cascades of daisies and ivy. Richard Redhair, the bridegroom's brother-in-law from Denver, was best man. Other attendants were Joseph Sta- vast of Denver, David Hess of Racine, Richard Morgan Jr., Racine, and Dean Greb of Billings, Mont. Mrs. Roger La- Brasca was soloist and Mrs. Harold Wilhelmsen was organist. The bride's mother wore an aqua peau de sole sheath with Alencon lace accents and a matching coat. The bridegroom's mother chose an apple green chiffon sheath with matching accessories and a Christian Dior flower chapeau. Both mothers had corsages of white orchids. MRS. THOMAS EDDY (Shera Lea Hes.<i) Mrs. Davidson Is Married Mr. and Mrs. William Crossley Long of 2520 River Shore Drive, announce the marriage of their daughter, Pamela Long Davidson, to Ronald Peter Zenner on June 19. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter T, Zenner of Milwaukee. —HlghllKht studio Barbara Kroes Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kroes, 3030 N. Green Bay Road are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Barbara to Ronald Bridgette, son, of Edward Bridgette of 4326 Mona Park Road. A spring of 1966 wedding is being planned. HAIR sHAPiisc »2. OO House of Beauty DIAL (;34-<1351 • 21st and TAYLOR Ol'KN EVENINGS BY AI'POWTMENT Women's Store • 1013 - t6th

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