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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 18

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2B RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Barbara Ellen Tree Is Bride of G, J. Luchini at Calvary Church ''"'Nuptials Read for Ruth Strauss, Barbara Ellen Tree, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tree, 1810 Ole Davidson Road, and Gary J. Luchini, son of Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Luchini of Milwaukee, exchanged marriage vows at 4:30 p.m., June 19, in Calvary Memorial Church. Dr. Arlin M. Halvorsen was the officiating clergyman. . A bell-shaped gown of silk linen with molded bodice and a bateau neckline and elbow length sleeves edged with clu- liie lace was worn by the bride. The two-tiered bell skirt and detachable square cut train repeated the lace trim edging. A bow and full blown rose was at the back of the waistline. Her matching pillbox held a bouffant veil of bridal illusion. Her bridal bouquet was a crescent design of white cattielaya orchid, surrounded by white stephanotis and ivy. The •bride's father presented her in marriage. Miss Mary Ann Tree, sister of the bride and maid of honor, Susan Ballantyne, brides, maid, Ruth Ann Jensen, junior bridesmaid and Becky Lou . Ballantyne, flower girl, were attired in floor length dresses , of mint green. The gowns : were A-line, with oval neckline and puffed sleeves band,ed in emerald velvet ribbon. . Mint bows and rosettes held their circular veils, and they .carried parasols covered with multi-color Marguerite daisies. Lawrence H. Miller was best man, Charles J. Tree, groomsman, and LaValle Madsen and Thomas Ballantyne ' ushers. Charles Henricksen Was soloist, and Mrs. Kermit Rasmussen was organist. • • The bride's mother wore a •fose colored lace dress and • jacket, with a white hat and orchid corsage. - A reception was held on the lawn of the bride's par. ents' home, and a buffet supper was served to several hundred guests. Following a two week wedding trip to Washington Island, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Lu- .chini are residing at 2510 19th .St. _ The bride was graduated this year from Carthage College, and will teach sixth grade in West Ridge School. The bridegdoom is an accountant with the Racine Sales Branch of the J. I. Case Co. - Before the wedding, the bride was feted at a linen Shower at the home of Mrs. Richard Bliss, and a miscellaneous shower at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Charles Tree, with Mrs. William Ballantyne and Miss Susan Ballantyne as hostesses. Dinner was served in honor of the couple at the home of Mr. and.Mrs. Harold Albright. —Bob Dlckert Photo MRS. GARY LUCHINI (Barbara Ellen Tree) « Thomas Hempel, Linda Bentz Plight Troth Linda Susan Bentz, daughter of Clifford P. Bentz, 1643 Grand Ave., and Thomas Jacob Hempel were united in marriage June 26, 12 eclock noon, at Holy Name Church. Officiating was the Rev. Lawrence Kasper. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. George J. Hempel, 3444 3d Ave. The couple will reside in Omaha, Neb., where the bridegroom is stationed at Offutt Air Force Base. Donald Losinski Ruth Ann Strauss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Strauss, 1400 Carlton Dr., and Donald L. Losinski, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Losinski, 3329 St. Clair St., were married at 11 a.m. Saturday, June 26, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The Rev. L. Briske read the marriage ceremony. A gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. The bridal dress, styled with small basque caught to a full skirt with tiers cascading into a circular sweep, had long tapered sleeves and scalloped neckline trimmed in iridescent sequins. Her veil of Swiss illusion was held by a matching headpiece, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white fuji mums and chrysanthemums with dark green oliage. Mrs. John E. Strauss, sister-in-law of the bride and matron of honor, wore a floor ength gown of bliie peau de sole, fashioned with scoop neckline and sheath skirt detailed with side and back full ness. A matching cabbage ftse plateau completed her Potter-Olson Wedding Rites Held at Holy Trinity Catholic Church The Rev. Stephen V. Labaj officiated at the Nuptial High Mass at 11 a.m., June 19, in Holy Trinity Catholic Church, when Kathleen M. Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She chose a gown of silk peau with three-quarter length sleeves and scoop neckline. It detailed a controlled skirt with voluminous overskirt cascading into a circular train. A jeweled pillbox held a veil of Swiss illusion and she carried white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Carol R. Zwiefelhofer, as maid of honor, Mrs. Keith Mack and Mrs. Floyd Netzin- ger, sisters of the bride, as bridesmaids, wore pale yellow shantung outfits with floor length sheath skirts and sabrina necklines. The costumes detailed three-quarter length sleeves, back panels and beehive veiling caught to Chanel bows. They carried straw baskets of white daisies. James M. Hempel was his brother's best man. Another brother, William J. Hempel, and the bride's brother, Thomas D. Bentz, were groomsmen. Ushering the guests were Gary Riley, cousin of the bridegroom, and Dan Bentz, brother of the bride. For the wedding and reception, held in Memorial Hall, the briciegroom's mother chose a sheath of blue-green silk sheer over a summer satin print with white accessories. Her corsage was of yellow roses and white carnations. —Camera House MRS. DONALD LOSINSKI (Ruth Ann Strauss) ensemble. The bridesmaids, similarly dressed, were Mrs. John Hollow, Mrs. Robert Teska and Mrs. Charles Balk. The attendants' flowers were cascade bouquets in a blue and white combination, a blue center of mums surrounded by feathered fuji mums and accented with foliage. Ronald Lowe, brother of the bridegroom, attended him as best man. Robert Teska, Gerald Brodek and John Strauss were the bridegroom 's attendants, while William Amerson, and Marvin Hack ushered. The mother of the bride wore a bone-colored sheath with a matching coat of bone and black tweed. Two brown cymbidiurii orchids formed her corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a three-piece sheath suit in blue with detailed collar, blue and white accessories and white orchids. A reception was held in the evening at J.M.B.A. hall, after which the couple left on a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. They will live at 2400 Jerome Blvd. The bridegroom is a 1965 graduate of the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, ^Samuel's Portrait MRS. WILLIAM POTTER (Kathleen Olson) Michael J. Fojtik, 711 Crabtree Lane, became the. bride of William M. Potter. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' Dean O. Potter, South Milwaukee. dress with matching accesso ries, and the bridegroorrt's mother wore a mint green silk jacket dress with matching accessories. Both wore white orchid corsages. Dinner for 100, and later a reception for several hundred guests was held at the Labor Center. The Wisconsin Dells and northern Wisconsin were destinations for the couple's wedding trip. They will reside at 244 Island Ave. The bridegroom attended Ripon College, and was graduated this June from Dominican College with a bachelor of arts degree in mathematics. He is a systems analyst in the Data Processing Dept. of American Motors in Kenosha. The ' bride, who attended Alverno College, where she was secretary of the freshman class, graduated this June from Dominican and also holds a BA degree in rriathematics. A gown of sheer silk organza, styled in a floor length sheath with wide banding of Alencon lace at bodice and hemline, was worn by thel bride, who was given in marriage by her father. A detachable train cascaded from the waistline of the bridal gown, and an open crown of butterfly lace caught with seed pearls held her bouffant veiling of Swiss illusion. White butterfly roses, carnations and ivy were combined in her cascade bouquet. Formal gowns in shocking pink chiffon were worn by the maid of honor, Ann G. Whittmann of Mequon, Wis., and the bridesmaids, Mrs. Zachary Takerian and Mary Potter, sister of the bridegroom. The dresses were designed with elbow length sleeves, and circular neckline finished with a draped "fold, in empire style. Open pillboxes trimmed with seed pearls held bouffant veiling, and they carried crescent cascades of red roses and pink carnations. Best man for the bridegroom was Robert Skrobis of South Milwaukee, and groomsmen included Robert Hintz of Milwaukee and James S^yierzynski of South Milwaukee. Allan Olson, brother of the bride, James Potter, brother of the bridegroom, and James Caveney were ushers. The bride's mother chose pink silk shantung jacket Susanne Saffler Is Bride of Robert Jarvinen —Charles Studio - Mary Ann Larson January Bride Mr. and Mrs. Calvin J, Converse, 2426 Charles St., announce the engagement of Mary Ann Larson to Burton N. Haigh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burton J. Haigh, 4812 N. Green Bay Road. The couple, students at Wisconsin State University- Whitewater, are planning a Jan. 22 wedding. Shrimpers 'Catch' 15th Century Anchors LOURENCO MARQUES, Mozambique — IJP) —Shrimp­ ers in the little fishing smacks "Lena" and "Boaventura" had a valuable catch off this coast the other day. They fished up two ancient anchors which experts say date from, the 15th Century, when the Portuguese explorers rounded and named the Cape of Good Hope for the first time in history. One of the anchors still has its wooden haft, now petrified by time and tide. CAMPER CHARM The outdoors offers beauty plusses—fresh air, cold water and exercise. But there are hazards too. Mosquitos are attracted to the young and active, so take along a repellent and use it. Avoid scents and scented creams; perfume attracts or excites insects. For gathering firewood or other rough work, wear canvas gloves so your hands get home in good shape. A hat protects your hair and won't let it catch in low branches. Woods walkers today find sneakers or basketball shoes give sure footing, but change canvas footwear once or twice a day. Clothes Sizes May Be Different All manufacturers don't size clothes the same way. A size 12 may fit you when it's made by one house and yet be too small when it comes from a different manufacturer. When you find one manufacturer's line fits perfectly, be sure to remember the label. It can save you shopping time in the future. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wayne Jarvinen (Susanne Elsie Sattler) are making their home at 1117 Washington Ave. after a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. The couple was married June 19, 6:30 p.m., in Atonement Lutheran Church with the Rev. Jerome Miller officiating. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Saltier, 2930 Arlington Ave. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jarvinen, 1511 Grange Ave. Given'in marriage by her father, the bride wore a nylon gown of Chantilly lace with bateau neckline, long sleeves and fitted bodice. The bouffant skirt, featuring Chantilly ruffles, ended in a chapel sweep. Her elbow length vei was attached to a crown of pearls and crystal. She carried a cascade of white roses, stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. Ronald Ferg, as matron of honor, appeared in a gown of light blue crepe with scoop neckline, empire waistline and short sleeves and the panel was floor length She wore a . matching headpiece with bouffant veil and carried a cascade of pink carnations, red roses and ivy. Ronald Ferg was best man. Ushers were William Ludwig and Ralph Yohe. The bride's mother chose an ensemble of yellow chiffon voile over taffeta with matching accessories and yellow cymbidium orchids. Mother of the bridegroom was attired in a beige silk shantung suit with coral accessories and white cymbidium orchids. A reception for several hundred guests was held in the church's Fireside Lounge. Before the wedding, two miscellaneous showers were held for the bride. One was given by Mrs. Ronald Ferg; the other, by Mr.'^. William Allen and Mrs. H^rry Sattler. The bridegroom's parents held.the rehearsal dinner. —Camera House MRS. JOHN C. HINCKLEY (Safi Lee Wright) Former Teacher at North Park Wed in Racine Dr. Clarence Seidenspinner officiated at a 2 p.m. Saturday, June 26 wedding in the First Methodist Church, uniting Safi Lee Wright, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Eliton Noyes of 10610 Central S.E., Albuquerque, N. Mexico and John C. Hinckley. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert P. Hinckley of Seacost Shores, E. Falmouth, Mass., is affiliated with TWA, and the bride is a former teacher at North Park School in Racine. The bride wore a cocktai length dress of Chantilly lace over satin with lace overskirt and scoop neckline. Her jewe! ry included earrings handed down through generations on her mother's side of the fami ly. Her veil of white net was trimmed with flowers and seed pearls. An orchid with yellow center and st^phanotii were combined iii her bouquet. Ardis Grover as matron of honor wore a gown white lace over mint green taffeta with green net overskirt. Identically dressed was the bridesmaid, Judy Uhler. They carried white roses, car nations and mums. Teachers Exchange Wedding Vows in Moravian Church of Lake Mills Paul Hinckley, brother o: the bridegroom, was best man and David R. Kolze was groomsman. The mother of the bride was gowned in white lace over powder blue taffeta with white accessories and a corsage of blue carnations with pink roses. The mother of the bridegroom had a pink carnation and tea rose corsage with her pink chiffon dress and pink accessories. A reception was held in the church parlors, after which the couple left on a wedding trip to Mexico, City. Their fu ture home will be at 815 E. Oakton St., Des Plaines, 111. A pre-nuptial miscellaneous shower honoring the bride was given by Donna Roy, Margaret Shall cross and Evelyn Walquist at the Walquist home. MIX 'N' MATCH Remember when you travel that nothing stretches a wardrobe the way separates can. You can mix and match and as a result make several ensembles out of just a few pieces. THE GRACIOUS CHARM OF Lake Mills Moravian Church was the setting Saturday, June 26, for the \Vedding of Barbara Jean Hooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Richard Hooper of Rout? 1. Lake Mills. Wis.. V and Robert John Tertel. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Otto Tertel of 3029 E. Enps Ave., Springfield, 111. and the late Mr. Tertel. The Rt. Rev. Frederick Wolff performed the marriage ceremony. A traditional gown of nylon organza and Venice lace ap­ plique, fashioned with illusion oval neckline and three-quar' ter length sleeves, was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. The gown had a dome controlled skirt which continued into a chapel train. Her shoulder ength veil was caught in a circlet of flowers, and she , carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses and stephanotis. Miss Ellen M. Hooper, the bride's sister, was maid honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bernice Tertel and Mrs Marvin Moldenhauer. The bridal aides wore floor lengtl gowns of Nile green embroidered nylon organza over taffeta, styled with illusion oval necklines, short sleeves and controlled skirts. Their cascade bouquets included white and pink Frenched carnations. Attending the bridegroom as best man was his brother, Donald Tertel. Groomsmen were Eugene Fiedler and Roger Kortegast, both of Racine. Richard Mason and Dave Aninias ushered. A pink knit .linen dress with white accessories an^ a white orchid was worn by the mother of the bride. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink dress, and she also had white accessories and a white orchid corsage. A reception in the church's fellowship hall followed the ceremony, after which the couple went to Canada on their wedding trip. They will live at 6221^ Munroe Ave. The bride is a graduate of Moravian College, Bethlehem, Pa., and has taught English in Horlick High School for the past three years. She will continue to teach at Horlick. Th0 bridegroom received a degree in engineering from the University 6f Illinois, was employed by AC Sparkplug Division of General Motors for two and a half years, attended lip for Woman Who Is Traveling The best travel companion a woman can have is a black knit shift. It will pack easily, remain unwrinkled, and can be dressed uj> or down fof day or evening wear. —Orlffln Studio MRS. 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