The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on June 27, 1965 · Page 28
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June 27, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 28

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^ Sunday, Juni 27, 1965 —AAA Album MRS. RICHARD BAHRS (Nancy Marko) Bahrs-Marko Are Married in Lutheran Rite In a double ring ceremony at 4 p.m. on June 19, Nancy Louise Marko became the bride of Richard Jerome Bahrs in Christ the King Lutheran Church where the Rev. Robert P. Wolff officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. William Warner of Kenosha and Steve Marko of 2024 Franklin St. The bridegroom's parents are Mrs. Selina Bahrs of 1026 Wilson St., and Ervin Bahrs of 2114 Slauson Ave. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of ivory peau de soie with a scoop neckline and a bell skirt accented by seed pearl studded Alencon lace appliques and detailed by a large back waist bow which extended into a chapel train. An organza petal headpiece held her veil and she carried white carnations, roses, lily of the valley and ivy. Barbara Marko was her sister's honor aid and Evelyn Podkamensky was bridesmaid. They wore copen blue sheer over taffeta cocktail length gowns with scoop necklines and A-line skirts with side cluster pleating. Matching taffeta bows held their bustle veils and white roses and pink carnations formed their bouquets. The bridegroom was attended by his three brothers, Donald Bahrs, the best man, Edward Bahrs and Kenneth Bahrs, and his nephew, David Bahrs. The rites preceded a reception at Danish Brotherhood Hall. The bridal couple will live at 1711 Chatham St. What's the Fare for Company Dinner? .Marinate strips of rare beef in herb dressing. Serve on individual lettuce- lined salad plates with julienne beets, sliced or diced avocado and onion rings as an elegant first course for company dinner. Couple ^lans 4th of July Wedding Trip Marriage vows were exchanged by Lily Ann Welch and Norbert James Bankenbush at Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church June 12 at 4 p.m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Welch of Hy. K, Franksvilte, and Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Bankenbush, Hy. K, Franksville. The Rev, Allen D. Capek was the officiating clergyman at the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of whitfe silk organza over taffeta. The fitted bodice had an oval neckline and long tapered sleeves. Jeweled lace detailed bodice and full skirt front, and a gathered back extended into a chapel train. A pearl and crystal crown secured a three tiered veil of illusion. She! carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, carnations and lilies of the valley. Miss Kathleen Welch, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor and Miss Audrey Bankenbush the bridesmaid. They wore floor length gowns of blue organza over taffeta with floor length back panel, accented with a bow. They had scooped necklines with beaded trim and softly pleated skirts, wore rosette and pearl headpieces, and carried cascades of pink daisies with carnations. The bride's niece, Robyn Jean Welch, as flower girl, wore a floor length dress of white lace and ruffled net accented with blue bows. She In Jahii's Clock Gallery For Dignity, Charm and a Family Treasure in Every Home GRANDMOTHER and GRANDFATHER CLOCKS by Seth Thomas New Hamp- Nodel Shown, shire," $39;. I 3316 Washington 634-4638 —Charles Studio Karen Shimel Affianced Mr. and Mrs. Emil Shimel of 1441 Quincy Ave. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Karen May to Paul Daryl Burlingame, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Burlingame of 1120 Hayes Ave. The bride-elect was graduated from the Kenosha Technical Institute for Practical Nursing. The couple is planning a June, 1966 wedding. — DpMoiilpled riiolo MRS. NORBERT BANKENBUSH (Lily Welch) carried a lace basket of pink and white roses and lilies of the valley. Lenn Hunter acted as best man and Ronald Welch, brother of the bride, was the groomsman. Ushers were Adrian Bankenbush, bridegroom's brother, and Franklin Welch Jr., brother of the bride. Mark Lyle Welch, bride's brother was the ring- bearer. Mrs. Welch chose a bone colored jersey knit suit with gold threads, with gold and bone accessories for her daughter's wedding. She had a corsage of pink roses and white carnations. Mother of the bridegroom wore a blue lace dress with blue accessories and a corsage of pink roses and white carnations. The reception was held at the Tamarack Restaurant. A wedding trip to northern Wisconsin is planned for the Fourth of July weekend. Organisf Serves for 4 Decades LOUISVILLE — UP) — Not many organists can match the record of Mrs. M.C. Whitworth. She stepped down recently after 45 years at the organ of the Christian Missionary Alliance. Mrs. Whitworth had played continuously except for four years which she spent as a missionary in Chile starting in 1929. CATHOLICS SEE DANGER NEW YORK — (;P) — With population in Latin America and Asia expected to double in the next 35 years, "such overwhelming growth will virtually wipe out efforts for socio-economic progress in the poorer nations and will generate pressures that breed human despair," say a group of Roman Catholic experts in a- new book, "Population Growth — Threat to Peace?", published by P. J. Kenedy & Sons. Hahsen-Hunter Vows Repeated in Emmaus Rite Emmaus Lutheran Church was the scene for the marriage of Mrs. Bill D. (Shirley) Hunter of 2115 Orchard St., and Lloyd C. Hansen of I0I3 LaSalle St, The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated at the service at 4:30 p.m. on June 12. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson of 1839 State St., wore a blue silk sheath dress with a chan- el jacket and a matching veiled bow headpiece. She carried a white orchid with stephanotis and carnations on a white Bible. Her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. James Martinsen was her sister's matron of honor n a two-piece pink jacket ensemble of silk shantung with a matching bow headpiece and a bouquet of pink and white carnations and rose buds and a pink orchid. Sheri and Shawn Hunter, the bride's daughters, were bridesmaids in white linen A-line frocks detailed by blue bows. They carried colonial nosegays of blue carnations and rosebuds with white streamers. The bridegroom, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hansen, had James Martinsen, the bride's brother-in- law, as best man. Kevin and Kerry Hunter, the bride's sons, accompanied the bridesmaids. The Emmaus Senior Choir, of which the bride is a member, sang under the direction of Mrs. Viviette Meyer Nelson with Alice Klingberg as organist. The rites preceded a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Jander of 1015 Three Mile Road, the brother- in-law and sister of the bridegroom. Mrs. Jander wore a yellow and white print frock with a corsage of white carnations and yellow rosebuds. The bride's mother, who fashioned the frocks worn by the bridal aides, was in a two-piece blue ensemble accented by a blue chiffon scarf and a corsage of white carnations and blue rosebuds. After a trip to Wisconsm Dells the newly-married pair is living at 2115 Orchard St. Amateur Musicians: Population Boom While the population of the. United States increased approximately 27 per cent during the past 15 years, the na -i tion's amateur musicians in-' creased almost 85 per cent, according to the American Music Conference. AMC reports more than 37 million Americans played and/or received instruction on musical instruments in 1964. The number of school-age mu -j sicians has increased 300 pei cent since 1950. i Virginia Tryber Becomes Bride af Holy Name Nuptial vows were exchanged by Virginia Tryber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Tryber of 1032 College Ave., and Jeffory Wayne Tomaloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Tomaloff of 1516 Owen Ave., in a ceremony at noon on June 19 in Holy Name Church. The Rev. David Braun officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of Chantilly lace and organza with a scalloped neckline, a bouffant overskirt with a lace flounce and a detachable sheer watleau panel which extended into a cliapel length train. A cap of jeweled lace petals held her veil and she carried red and white roses. Carol Lane, the bride's aunt, was matron of honor and Priscilla Riebe was bridesmaid. Theresa Tryber was flower girl. The senior aides wore white lace over taffeta with oval necklines and bell skirts detailed by back obi bows. Matching headpieces with p o u f veils completed their costumes. The flower Band Popular School Activity A recent National Education Assn. survey showed that almost 95 per cent of the nation's high schools offer some type of music instruction. Band instruction, according to NEA, is the most popular music course and is provided by more than two-thirds of all secondary schools. Approximately 85 per cent of all band and orchestra instruments are purchased for use by school- age children. —ClinrlcB Studio MRS. JEFFORY TOMALOFF (Virginia Tryber) girl wore a white sheer frock trimmed with lace and had a circle veil secured to an angel crown of jeweled sheer. James Lane, the bride's uncle, was best man, Marshall Tomaloff, the bridegroom's brother, was groomsman and Patrick Kosterman, the bride's cousin, was ring bearer. The rites preceded a Ivnch- eon, a buffet supper and an evening reception in the Harbor Room of Hotel Racine. For the events, the bride's mother wore an aqua floral frock and the bridegroom's mother was in a pink dress with pink and blue accents. Both mothers had corsages of red and white roses. The young Tomaloffs are living^at 1823 21st St. Rainbow Dessert for Summer Days Alternate small scoops of lime and strawberry sherbet and vanilla ice cream in your prettiest serving bowl. Keep in freezer until just before serving. Spoon on chilled drained canned fruit cocktail. Serve with wedges of angel food cake. Alan R, Exner Claims Bride; Brofher Officiates af Rites Alan Robert Exner claimed Barbara Ann Burke as his bride in a 4 p.m. ceremony on June 19 In First Methodist Church of Oak Park, 111. The bridegroom's brother, Terry R. Exner, officiated at the Hies, The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Exner of 6725 Roslyn Place. His bride's parents arc Mr, and Mrs. D. O. Burke of Elmwood Park, 111. The bridal pair will ntake their home for the summer in Perry, Iowa, where the bridegroom will be affiliated with Lutheran Social Service of Iowa at Des Moines before returning this fall to continue work for his master's degree in social science at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City. The bride will teach physical education at Rowland Hall School in Salt Lake City. Given in marriage by her father, young Mrs. Exner Do Tfiey Really Learn fo Spell? LOUISVILLE — im — Mrs. Virginia Chapman, a member of the State Department of Education, is surrounded by abbreviations in her job. She travels across the state checking on the 230 kindergartens which have been issued permits to operate. The schools are members of KACUS (Kentucky Assn. of Children Under Six), a division of SACUS (Southern Assn. of Children Under Six). For purposes of administration, the schools have been organized into seven regional groups, all with pronounceable abbreviations. They include LACUS (Louisville Assn. of Children Under Six) and so on. —Phillips Photo MRS. ALAN EXNER (Barbara Burke) chose a floor length gown of organza over taffeta trimmed Iwith Chantilly lace and pearl beading and styled with a Sabrina necliline. A jeweled crown held her veil and she carried white cymbidium orchids and stephanotis, Mrs. Dale Burke was her honor aid in a cotton brocade floor length frock of yellow and while and carried a colonial bouquet of daisies. The Hon. John C. Ahlgrimm was best man and Gerald Baldner and John Burke ushered. The bride's mother wore a green silk surrah sheath with a co-ordinated coat and bone accessories accented by a corsage of Amazon lilies. The bridegroom's mother was in a pale blue linen sheath with white accessories and a cor- jsage of pink roses. 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