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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 27

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Speech Therapist, Engineer Marry; Pair on Trip to Smoky Mountains Karen A. Durand and Gary F. Urben recited nuptial promises Saturday In an 11 a.m. ceremony In Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Crescent —BratUey .lacck Pliolo MRS. GARY URBEN (Karen A. Durand) Lake, Wis., where the Rev. Jc^eph Kelchelc officiated. The bride, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and a speech therapist in the Racine Unified School System, Is the daughter of Mr. and —Samuel's Porlialt MRS. RICHARD KRISTOF (Ruth Anderson) Ruth Anderson Is June Bride of R. C Kristof Wedding promises were exchanged by Ruth Margaret Anderson, daughter of Mrs. - Caroline D. Anderson of 2200 Prospect St., and Richard Charles Kristof, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kristof of 1815 Carlisle Ave., in a noon rite on June 12. The Rev. A. J. Klas officiated at the ceremony in Sacred Heart Church. Following a luncheon and reception in Trinity Methodist Church fellowship hall, the couple left for a trip through Illinois, Indiana and Ohio. They will make their home at 423,3 Allendorf Drive in Cincinnati, where the bridegroom is epiployed by the U.S. General Accounting Office. He is a Milton College graduate with a degree in business administration and a member of Alpha Sigma Phi fraternity. For her marriage, the bride wore an empire gown of lace and organza with a scalloped neckline, jeweled bodice and a bell shaped skirt detailed by lace banding and a chapel train. A crown of pearls and crystal held her veil and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, carnations and ivy as she was given in marriage by her brother, Charles H. Anderson. Sally J. Eckblad was her aunt's maid of honor and Sue M. Kristof, the bridegroom's sister, was brides- inaid. They wore street length sheaths of pink lace and taffeta with matching floor-length overskirls. Pink lily of the valley held their beehive veils and pink roses and white carnations formed their bouquets. Victor Weinfurter Jr. was the best man, Daniel Organ escorted the bridesmaid and Jeff Anderson and Paul Eckblad, the bride's nephews, seated the guests. The bride's mother wore an aqua suit with white accessories and the bridegroom's mother chose a beige and aqua ensemble. Both mothers had corsages of white roses and carnations. Mrs. Lawrence R. Durand of Webster. The bridegroom, also a University of Wisconsin graduate and a chemical engineer at the S. C. Johnson & Son Co., Is the son of Mrs. Victor Gabriel of Coleman, Given in marriage by her lather, the bride wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace and organza with a lace bolero, fitted bodice and pointed chapel train. A caplet of organza roses held her veil and white roses and icy formed her liouquet. Jane Anderson was maid of honor and Joanne Ortwig was bridesmaid. They wore floor length Nile green crepe gowns with raised waistlines and rounded necklines detailed at the back by floor length panels. Matching headpieces held their veils and they carried long stemmed white roses. Norbert W. Smith was best man for the bridegroom, who also was attended by Joseph D. Durand, the bride's brother, Edmond M. Kraemer, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, and Charles Heidemann. I-'or the ceremony and a reception in the church parlors, the bride's mother wore a beige and rose ensemble with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations and red roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a lemon yellow suit with beige accessories and a consage of white carnations and yellow roses. After a trip to the Smoky Mountains, the bridal pair will live at 1526 Wolff St. Dean Whitmans Repeat Promises; to Live in Grove The marriage of Nancy Erma Henningfield and Dean Russell Whitman was solemnized in a 1:30 p.m. rite on June 19 in First Methodist Church where the Rev. Julian Wigen officiated. Parents of the bridal pair are Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Henningfield Sr. of Union Grove and Willard Whitman of Eau Claire. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a bouffant gown of organza and ace with long lace sleeves and a tiered skirt of lace-edged •i'fiililiiiiiiPlSliii MRS. DEAN WHITMAN (Nancy Henningfield) organza with a chapel train. A crystal crown held her veil and white button pompons and red roses were combined with ivy in her bouquet. Louis Henningfield was her sister's maid of honor and Mrs. David Anibas and Mrs, Edwin Henningfield Jr. were bridesmaids. Their gowns, in various shades of blue, were detailed by self fabric roses repeated in the headpieces which held their circular veils. Their flowers were blue and white pompons. Kathy Coley was flower girl in a miniature of the bridal ensemble. Randy Whitman was ring bearer. The bridegroom was attended by the bride's brother, Fred Henningfield, who was best man, and by Edwin Henningfield Jr., another brother, David A n i h a s, the bridegroom's brother-in-law, Ernest Henningfield and Willard Whitman Jr. Franklin Maasch was soloist. For the ceremony and a reception in American Legion Hall, the bride's mother wore a frock of white lace over pink satin with matching accessories and corsage of pink roses. After a trip to Florida, the young Whitmans will live at 1208 Center St., Union Grove. Zenner-Sfegner Vows Are Said at St. Lucy's A family dinner at The Breakers followed the marriage of Jeanne Schllesmann Stegner and John Gilbert Zenner, which took place at 11 a.m. on June 19 in St. f..ucy's Church where the Rev. Douglas Venne officiated. The new Mrs. Zenner, the daughter of Mrs. Earl Van Der Warn of .3212 Ruby Ave,, was given in marriage by her brother, Mark Schllesmann, USN. Her husband's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zenner of 909 Orchard St. The bride wore a cocktail length sheath of white lace over aqua taffeta with a long overskirt of taffeta caught to r "^iLJ'", —Oary Haas Pholo MRS. JOHN ZENNER (Jeanne Stegner) a fitted cummerbund detailed by obi bows. A matching flower cluster secured her pouf veil and white butterfly roses and ivy formed her bouquet. Mrs. George Klofanda was her honor aide in a turquoise and white ensemble featuring an oval neckline and a bell skirt. A matching cap held her veil and she carried painted daisies and ivy. Suzenne Stegner was the junior attendant in a nylon and taffeta frock and Jeryl Stegner, the flower girl, was similarly attired. They carried baskets of daisies and ivy. Richard Knotek was best man and Bernie Stegner escorted the junior aid. Richard and David Zenner ushered. The newly married pair will live at 2921 Winlhrop Ave. SheW Explain the Problem LOUISVILLE —(/P)~ Mrs. Earle McNary will be more specific the next time she telephones an electrician. Recently, her doorbell wouldn't work. She called a repair shop and asked if they could send a man to fix a little electrical trouble. He promised to stop by the next day. A week passed and no serviceman. Mrs. McNary telephoned the shop again and was told: "I came by the address you gave me the day after you called," the electrician said. "I" must have rung the doorbell 10 minutes but nobody answered." —Charlr« Htiidio MRS. DAVID O'CONNOR (Lucy Jensen) David O'Connor Claims Bride, Lucy Jensen Wedding vows were exchanged by Lucy Jensen, daughter of Mrs. Esther Jen- .sen of 1019 Forest St., and David O'Connor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard O'Connor of 1109 S. Lafayette Ave., in a ceremony at noon on June 19 in St. Patrick's Church, The Rev. Gerard Clark officiated. Given in marriage by ,Iin J. Jensen, her brother, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of lace over taffeta with a scalloped scoop neckline trimmed by iridescent sequins, and a full skirt with a scalloped hemline detailed by sequin trimmed appliques. A pearl coronet held her veil and white roses, carnations and ivy formed her bouquet. A handkerchief, carried by three generations of the O'Connor family, completed her ensemble. Loretta Lequia was her sister's honor aide,, and Sandra Rogers, the bridegroom's sister, was bridesmaid. They wore mint green chiffon over taffeta with scoop necklines, long chiffon sleeves and satin waistbands. Matching ring hats and bouquets of yellow roses and carnations with foliage completed their costumes. Sam O'Connor was best man for his brother. Joe Jensen, brother of the bride, was groomsman, and Richard Jensen and Robert O'Connor, brothers of the bride and bridegroom respectively, were ushers. The ceremony preceded a dinner at EJmwood Restaurant and a reception at the bride's parental home for which her mother wore a light blue frock with red accessories and a red rose corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a white and gold sheath with a yellow rose corsage. After a trip to Post Lake, the bridal couple will live at 1805 W. 6th St. Donald Porcaros Will Make Home in Arizona Judith M. Erickson, daughter of Mike ErickHon, 1105 '/2 HaycB Ave,, became the bride of Donald S. Porcaro, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. Porcaro, 3200 Erie St., In a June 5 ceremony in St. Joseph's Church with Msgr. H. J. Schmitt officiating. The bride given In marriage by her father, selected a French lace sheath gown with a detachable peau de sole train. A crown fjf peau de sole held her fingertip veil and she carried a cascade of phalaenopsis orchids, stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. George R. Porcaro was matron of honor and was attired in a moss green empire There's One Way to Limit It LOUISVILLE — i/P) — Max Sanders, president of the Stock Yards Bank, is in great demand as a speaker. Before one meeting, he asked the chairman how long he should talk, "Oh, talk as long as you like," the chairman replied, "But I oughta tell you these people are planning to leave after about 15 minutes." NORTH SIDE GOLD B L AT -rS At OUR BEAUTY SALON Get Beauty On A Budget! Nationolly Advertised Permanent Wave BUDGET PRICED A» Only 50 Includes creme or oil shampoo, styled hair set, styled hair shaping, conditioning creme rinse and hair spray. Come in for your "Budget" Beauty Treatment today. Appointment not usually necessary. IMPORTED 100% HUMAN HAIR WIGS Reg. $59.50 SALE PRICED AT ONLY 29 95 All Wig S«lat Final Aiiliiirna mid l.lclit Sliadm filKhlly llUlirr GoldbUtt'i, Elmwoed Plaza, Phon* 637-1271 —ChBrles Studio Sandra Smith ^ettothed The engagement of Sandra Smith, 3133 S. 93d St., Sturtevant, to Pvt. Edwin C, Davis of Camp Pendleton, Calif., is being announced. The prospective bridegroom, son of Mr and Mrs. Ernest D. Davis of 3333 90th St,, Sturtevant, will leave for overseas duty in September. The couple has not set a wedding date. MRS, IX>NALD PORCARO (.ludilh ErickBon) floor length sheath and carried yellow roses, white daisies and ivy. Bridesmaids, Mrs. Robert Spahr, Mrs. Leroy Johnson and Miss Mary Lou Vilhirreau, were attired in identical gowns only in pale yellow and they each carried white roses, yellow daisies and ivy. The junior bridesmaid, Brcnda Hammill, and the flower girl, Gretchen Hammill were attired in white satin floor length gowns and carried yellow ro.ses, white daisies and ivy, George R. Porcaro was best man and other attendants included James Young, Ronald Morse, Robert Davidson and Dale Ockerlander. Ring bearers were Gregory and Scott Porcaro. Ray Hammill and Richard Missurelli were ushers. The mother of the bridegroom wore a green suit fashioned of a silk fabric which the bridegroom purchased when in Japan recently. A white orchid completed her cpstume. Following a reception at Danish Brotherhood Hall the bridal couple left on a wedding trip to the western slates and will reside in Scoltsdale, Ariz. Sunday, Juna 27, 1965 KACINE SUNDAY lULUTlN David Birds Say Wedding Vows; Will Reside in California Marilyn Kay Hugunin and David B. Bird exchanged marriage vows Saturday in a 2 p.m. ccromny at Cargill Methodist Church in Janesville with the Rev. Kendrick Strong officiating. The bride pearls held her bouffant lUk Illusion veil and she carried pink roses and whito daislei in a cascading bouquet. Jane Butler of Elmore, Minn, was maid of honor wearing a floor length sheath of candlelight crepe with a coral bodice in empire styling. A flowered headpiece held her butterfly veil and she carried a basket style bouquet of coral and white daisies. John Williams of Sacramento, Calif, was best man and Alan Hugunin, brother of the bride, and Robert Wollmer, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, ushered. A reception was held imme- diaicly after the ceremony In Fellowship Hall of the First Congregational Church. The Birds, both graduates of Wisconsin State University- Plattcville, are taking a wedding trip to Yellowstone and the Northwestern States. They will make their home In Sacramento where the bridegroom is an assistant civil engineer for the State of California, Austin Pholo MRS. DAVID B. BIRD (Marilyn Hugunin) is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hugunin of Janesville, Wis. and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Clarance Bird of Route 1, Kansasville. The bride appeared on the arm of her father wearing a classic styled gown of organza. It featured an A-line skirt with a corded scoop neckline ^and bias fold waist detail I over appliques of re-embroid- iered Alencon lace. Lace also I detailed the chapel train and •elbow sleeves. A cluster I headpiece of lace and seed Music Rooms Part of New Schools Music room construction showed the largest comparative gain of all special classroom facilities—including science and language rooms— built during the 1963-64 period, according to a School Management Publications' survey of 12,000 school systems. The report showed that of the new secondary schools completed in 1963-64, almost 56 per cent included facilities for music, compared with only 35 per cent in new high schools completed the previous year. SHOP MONDAY Noou lo 9 P.M. 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