The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 26
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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 26

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ere A Pick, There A Pick, Everywhere A Toothpitik Holder —Journ»I-Tlm«» Pholot Mrs. Erwin Holz of 2025 Carlisle Ave. has been collecting toothpick holders for almost 50 years and has a collection of over 450, with only five duplicates. Most are made of glass and china (these are her favorites because they are more colorful) but she has them made of alabaster, shells, pottery, silver, a variety of wood, and some expensive cut glass. Pictured at right with part of her collection, Mrs. Holz shows a toothpick holder she made in a ceramics class at Douglas Park Community Center and another in a colorful flower design. Pictured above are two Italian wood carvings which are among her more unusual toothpick holders. Mrs. Holz is always on the lookout for a new and different one whether shopping in Racine or on vacation. Most, however, have been gifts from friends and relatives. She has one from.the House of David in Benton Harbor, Mich., and a favorite from her nephew, Ludwig Holz, who purchased it when stationed with the military in India. The toothpick holder is black ebony and came complete with the toothpicks. The tooth-shaped picks are ivory» two of which are large and meant to be used by men. The two smaller picks are to be used by women. Others have come from Mexico, Japan, Canada and all parts of Europe. Mrs. Holz says there is a demand for larger toothpick holders today to be used as decorative cigaret containers in the home. Candlelight Service Is Held for Sorenson-Rohner Wedding Christ Church Methodist was the setting for the June 19 marriage of Bonnie Sue Rohner and Raymond John Sorenson. The candlelight service was held at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Allen McCaul officiating. Miss Susan Waite was soloist for the ceremony. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rohner, 4906 S. Green Bay Road. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Sorenson, 2042 Willow Road. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an Aline gown of silk organza with oval neckline and long tapered sleeves. A sheer watteau chapel length train was bordered with lace. She wore an open crown pillbox of Al- encon lace, petals, pearls and crystal with a veil of Swiss illusion. She also wore an heirloom watch which belonged to her late grandmother, Mrs. Paul Rohner Sr. In her bouquet were white calla lilies and fern. Mrs. Robert Anderson, as matron of honor, was attired in a floor length gown of light blue peau de sole with cascading watteau back panel. Her caplet of shattered petals held beehive veiling. She carried white carnations, chrysanthemums, ivy and pink roses. Bridesmaids, dressed identically to the honor attendant, were Mrs. William Rohner and the bride's sisters, Margie Lou and Susan Jean Rohner. In their bouquets were pink carnations, chrysanthemums, ivy and pink roses. Lori Burrows, as flower girl, was in a miniature bridal outfit. Robert Anderson was best man for his brother-in-law. Completing the wedding party were Robert Sorenson and William Rohner, groomsman, —AAA Album MRS. RAYMOND SORENSON (Bonnie Rohner) and John Rohner and William ICulshaw, ushers. Billy DeGrave served as ring bearer. The bride's mother chose a two piece pink silk dress with white accessories and a corsage of tan orchids. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a blue silk dress, matching accessories and a corsage of yellow orchids. A reception was held at St. Sebastian's School Hall where a buffet supper was served for .several hundred guests. The bride, a graduate of the RACINE SUNDAY lULLITIN 4C Richard Thonrias Hack! Takes Bride Saturday in Skokie Ceremony In a ceremony at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Peter's Church, Skokie, HI,, Susan Rurt Getman became the bride of Richard Thomas Hackl. They exchanged vows before the Rev. John Kelly. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter MacF. Getman, 9455 LeClaire Ave., Skokie, III. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Richard Hackl, 1504 W. Lawn Ave. The new Mrs. Hackl, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a white silk linen, empire ensemble which ended in a chapel sweep. Complet-' ing the outfit was a full length mantilla of Chantilly lace. Mrs. Richard W. Cook of South Milwaukee was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Eugenia Chambers, Riverdale, Md.; Mrs. Jay A. Doniger, Skokie, III., and Kathryn Hackl of Racine. Junior bridesmaid was Margaret H. Getman of Skokie. They wore floor length white pique empire styled gowns with moss green velvet sashes. Their headpieces featured green velvet bows with daisies scattered on streamers. Best man was Burt L. Baumgartner of Kaukauna, Wis. Attendants were David;in Evanston, 111. They plan to Balane, Chcektowaga, N. Y.; Charles Meyers, Racine, and Ear] Wirtz, Slurtevant. The bridegroom's mother wore a brown and white Douppioni silk dress and brown and white hat. The couple went on a wedding trip to nothern Wisconsin following a reception at the Evanston Women's Club —.John Hownll Pholo MRS. RICHARD HACKL (Susan Burt Getman) Slim While You Play Dig a chair in the sand, hang your towel on a high rock, watch the boys go by —and get slim and trim at the same time. Invisible exercises can do all the things setting-up exercises do for your figure, but they look like (and are) just plain fun. Start the action by digging a hole in the sand, really scooping to firm arm U\Y Graduates Say Promises; Couple Will Live in New York and bosom. Pile the scoopedilll. Joellen Mae Fisher became the bride of Joseph Daniel Demichelis in a 4:30 p.m. ceremony on June 19 in Christ Church-Methodist where the Rev. Allen P. McCaul officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Kenneth Fisher of 704 Blaine Ave. and her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Demichelis of Highland Park, out sand into a mound at the back, smoothing it later to form a headrest. (Switch digging hands to benefit both sides.) Drape a beach towel over the headrest, sit down, put your feet up and relax! Why should you reach up and hang your towel to dry on a rock or the top of a beach umbrella? To give your midriff a good slimming stretch — and you can get a half-hour or more of the same kind of reaching-up exercise while you play beach or volley ball. The more you do, the trimmer you get. Then pick up a pebble wi your toes. It's good luck they Racine-Kenosha Teachers Col-!say, and besides that, it helps lege, will teach at the Paris'strengthen feet and limber up Consolidated School in the; muscles and gives you a lithe, fall. She and her husband are making their home at 4818 S. Green Bay Road, springier walk. You can do this at home, too, using lucky marbles instead of pebbles. It's fun to watch the boys go by — and good exercise, too. Look all around (both ways!) without moving your feet. Turn just from the waist. As you put on suntan lo- Urges Parleys of All Faiths CHICAGO — (;p) — To jimplement the current up- tion, trim your waist, hips surge in Christian unity, iheiand legs, too. Put lotion on Rev. Dr. Harold Fey suggests your hand, then slide your that the Roman C a t h o I i c hand down your leg to your^ Church and the World Coun- ankle. Keep knees stiff andibasket bouquets WUILC cil of Churches hold periodi-|repeat often—especially after daisies. Robert J. Demichelis cal, joint "world conferences!swims. iwas best man and Robert Both young people are graduates of the University of Wisconsin where they were awarded masters degrees in business administration. They will make their home in New York City, where the bridegroom, who affiliated at the university with Beta Alpha Psi and Evans Scholars, will be employed by the firm of Touche, Ross, Bailey and Smart. The bride will be as-| sociated with Donaldson, Lufkin and Jenrette, Inc. Given in marriage by her father, the new Mrs. Demi jj.^!chelis wore a floor length gown of peau de Lin with a scoop neckline, a self band ed midriff accented by a back bow and an A-line skirt with a lace applique back panel A scalloped crown of lace pearls and crystal held her tiered ballerina veil and she carried a white orchid with stephanotis and ivy. Her attendants, in Nile green Irish linen sleeveless frocks with empire bodices and square necklines, were Mrs. Charles V. Johnson, the matron of honor, and Mrs W i I li a m Kirkpatrick, the bridesmaid. They carried of white —AAA Album MRS. JOSEPH DEMICHELIS (Joeilen Fisher) Vicar Will Present Stole to Pope Paul LONDON —iJP)— Dr. Hu bert Box, vicar of St. Barna jbas, Bexhill-on-Sea, will pre sent an embroidered silk stole made by nuns of the Anglican |Convent of St. Margaret, East Grinstead, to Pope Paul dur ing a summertime joint ecu menical pilgrimage of Roman Catholics and Anglicans toi Rome. Meanwhile, word has been received from the Vatican that the Pope will wear the set of vestments made for him by Anglican nuns. These were presented during an audience he gave the fourth ecumenical pilgrimage to the Holy Land Among the 280 pilgrims were the Anglican Bishops of Exe ter and Crediton, Roman Catholic prelates, a Greek Or thodox archbishop and Protes tant churchmen. Easy-Care Shoes Are a Patent White patent leather is a good choice for s u m m e r shoes. Spots wipe off easily with just a damp cloth if you don't have any specially designed preparation at hand. reside at 3720 Astoria Drive in Racine, The bride is an English teacher at Pulaski High School, Milwaukee. She attended Clarke College, Dubuque, Iowa, and was graduated from Marquette University and is an affiliate of Sigma Tau Delta. The bridegroom is a graduate of Marquette University and is employed by the J, I. Case Co. A luncheon shower was given by Kathryn Hackl, 1504 W. Lawn Ave. and a miscellaneous luncheon shower was given by Eugenia Chambers and Mrs. Jay A. Doniger of Skokie. SIXTH At W\<^tiS\ti Patricia Murray Tell Engagement The engagement of Patricia Murray to William Panyk is being announced by her aunt, Mrs. Frieda Mauter of 1918 Cleveland Ave, Her fiance is the son of Mrs, Emma Panyk of 3045 Highway 31. A Sep- temjier wedding is planned. world conferences!swims. of common con-| Now learn the towel trick, an exercise in disguise to shape bosom and firm arms. Hold a towel stretched out behind your back, with one hand on each end, and pull it back and forth diagonally until you're dry. cal, joint on issues cern." Dr. Fey, a professor at Chicago Theological S e m i- nary, writes in the Christian Century (of which he formerly was editor) that such conferences could deal with the racial revolution, expanding population, secularism, disarmament and other current issues and "witness to the degree of unity God has given| us and lo the hope we have ifor more." KEEP YOUTHFUL Zest for day-to-day activities keeps a person youthful. Giangiorgi escorted the bridesmaid. For the wedding and a re ception at Clayton House, the bride's mother wore a gown of maize crepe and lace with white accessories and a green cymbidium orchid. The bridegroom's mother was in green satin brocade with white accents and a white cymbidium orchid. 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