The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 20
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July 26, 1959

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 20

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RACINt SUNDAY BITLLETIN in\s M. lIBt tM. 1, 9w f Waikiki Bound —Racine country Club's interior was transformed into a nautical setting for a Hawaiian party, happily combining all the fun vacationers have cn route to the islands with the highlights of an Island stay. At left are (from left) Jerome Wiecher.i, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wicchcrs, Mrs. .Jerome Wlechers and Mr. and Mrs. Einer Jacobsen, as they received their leis. Right, a group samples a basket of tropical fruit. From left are Mr. and Mrs. George Shoup, Mrs. Francis Pell, Mrs. Donald —Journal-Times Photoi Butchart, Francis Pell and Donald Butchart. The Butcharts were co-chairmen, assisted by Messrs. and Mmes. George Gates, Jerome Wlechers and Elmer Nelson. Old Masters Look Down on 20th Century Offices (Continued from Page I) Among his choices were aj Titian, a Holbein, a Lawrence. • small Rembrandt, nil por -l traits, and two landscapes, a Turner and a Canaletto. From the study in their Milwaukee home, he took his favorite Jan van Mytens canvas, Portait of an Admiral, together with a Gilbert Stuart and several others. vases, with the place of honor Koshen-Jensen Vows Spoken in Emnr\anuel Rites Dr. F. Ray Morack heard the going to Bartholomcus Van dcr:"^'Pl'«' Promfscs of Barbara IHelsfs Portrait of a Lady. J^"*^^" ""^ Walter James i Van der HeKsl (IGl I'MGTO). ^o^hcn III in Emmanuel Lu- considcrcd even in his own day!•'i'"''"" Church at 5 p.m. Satur- as the only serious rival ofi^l^y. J"'y Parents of the Rembrandt, has accented the;couple are Mr. and Mrs. Heinle But, when he mentioned moving the Van Dyck Christ .[Ilf; strong character of his subject's face with a wide Flemish collar. Her jeweled breastpin, its chains, and her matching bracelets are so finely detailed as to appear three-dimensional. "She does something for says Mrs. R o t j m a n. —.* c." Ti.«~,— ..,v ,ir .u »,.r.». In I 'When work piles up, and 50 piano, Mrs. Rojtman put down her high-heeled foot. The Van Dyck stays right where it is. Case employes' initial re action to the paintings wasj varied. Most admired them on sight, but others were puzzled. Now that the paintings have become part of the decor, they are receiving even more attention for, as in all truly great art, there is always something new to be noticed. Even magnifying glasses have been brought into play. Living and working where the masterpieces are hung, they agree, is far more satisfying and stimulating than seeing the same masterpieces for a brief time on a museum tour. For her own small office, which was made from one of the vaults in the old building, Mrs. Rotjman chose three can look at that courageous face and it helps me!" The other two, Jan Steen's Lovesick Maiden and Anthony Palamedesz' Musical Company have an entirely different ap T. Jen.sen. 20.3.1 West Blvd., and Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Koshen Jr., 4201 Spring St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor- length gown of silk organza featuring long, sleeves, a Sa- —Ch«rlei Dtudlo Madison Church Is Nupfial Scene Luther Memorial Church in Madison was the setting Saturday, June 27, for the nuptial rites uniting Lois J. McCann and David L. Keup. The Rev. Charles A. Puis officiated at the 3;30 p. m. ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James McCann, Madison, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Keup, 810 Melvin Ave. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of white lace and tulle over taffeta. A pearl cap held her fingertip veil. She carried white carnations cen- brina neckline and a bouffant MRS. WALTER J. KOSHEN Hlj tered with a pink orchid. -Hlihllght atudlo Linda Jean Krizan Engaged Mr. and Mrs. William Krl- zan, 1838 Summit Ave., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Linda Jean, to Robert Clope, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Clope, 1004 Ohio St. No date has been set for the wedding. peal. Mrs. Rojtman likes the Maiden because of Steen's deft satire—"she is so obviously crushed, with such a ca.se of the vapors that everybody is rallying around to help her!" A Bygone Day The Palamedesz has rich and opulent coloring, shading from brilliant highlights on the satin clothing to deep shadows in the background. It rates its special niche In Mrs. Rojtman's affection, however, because it depicts a way of life that has passed from the modern world. It recalls an era in which music, art and gracious living were commonplace, and personal participation in the arts the usual rather than the unusual thing. For the conference room in the Case offices, the Rotjmans have chosen and donated paintings by living Wisconsin artists, among them one by Bob Burkcrt, who is widely known in Racine. Still another, highly modern in feeling, shows a geometric maze of television antennae. Rojtman admired it in a fellow board member's office, remarked how he'd like to own it. The friend replied "When Case, passes a hundred million in sales—you'll have it!" Ca.se did — and the board member made good his promise. Base Cleaning Chores with 'Mud' Entrance Children trooping into the house during summer play can be annoying. Especially when they track in dirt or drip water from the wading pool. Ease your cleaning problems by fixing an entrance where players can brush off the topsoil, change their wet suits and be near the snacks. skirt with a bustle ending in a chapel train. A pearl crown held her fingertip veil. She carried a cascade of white carnations and stcphanotis. The maid of honor, Sue Logan, cousin of the bride, wore a pink embroidered organdy gown with taffeta cummerbund and bustle bow. Her pink flower half hat had a circular veil and she carried a! colonial bouquet of white carnations and roses. Sandra and Jerl Koshen, sisters of the bridegroom, were junior bridesmaids, wearing identical gowns of flocked blue nylon over pale blue taffeta. They wore blue net whimsy veils and carried (Barbara Jensen) colonial bouquets of while roses and blue carnations. Richard Koshen was best man for his brother. The ushers were Marvin Kreuser and Dennis Kornwolf. For the ceremony and the reception at Dania Hall, the bride's mother wore a beige eyelet sheath over taffeta and beige and blue acces.sories. Her corsage contained white roses and blue feathered carnations. The mother of the bridegroom selected a pink embroidered linen sheath, pink and white accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds and white feathered carnations. The new Mr. and Mrs. Koshen will reside at 1785>/2 Spring St. after a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. Dip Venetian BI'mds in Bathtub for Cleaning Did you ever your Venetian blinds in the Patricia Fries To fie Bride Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fries of Milwaukee, formerly of Racine, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Patricia, to Edward N. Crary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Crary Sr., Milwaukee. Miss Fries attended the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and her fiance is a student at Milton College, where he affiliated with Alpha Sigma Phi. No date has been chosen for the wedding. n bathtub? Suds and rinse the blinds and hang them to dry over a pair of parallel lines, outdoors or indoors. Venetian blinds should be carried outdoors in some container to.prevent dripping on floors or rugs. SAVE THE JUICE Use kitchen tongs to turn steaks with instead of a fork. If a fork is used on broiled steaks it allows good juices to escape. Joyce McCann was maid of honor for her sister and the bridesmaids were Joyce Evans and Mrs. Charles Rauschenberger. Kathy Barnett, cousin of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of light blue taffeta with bateau necklines and crisscross cummerbunds and carried fans of white feathered carnations centered with pink roses. Julie Ann Pahl, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, wearing a light blue frock styled like those of the aides. She also carried a fan of flowers. . Lowell Keup, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The groomsmen were John O'Brien, Jack Barnett and John Osimitz. Ushers were Dale Gordon, Al Rause, Richard Dedrich and Edward Neckvatal. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom both wore light blue dresses with white accessories and corsages of pink try dipping'roses. The couple is residing at 912 MRS. DAVID KEUP (Lois J. McCann) Midland St., Madison, after wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Michigan. Furniture Finish Determines Care The finish on furniture is like woman's complexion. The way it looks is affected by what goes on it. A woman who wants to look her best discovers cosmetics suited to her coloring and skin type. A wise woman won't put "just anything" on her face. She won't use "just anything" on her furniture either. Different types of finishes require different types of care. The Home Furnishings Industry Committee advises that it's a good idea to find out when you are buying it what type of upkeep your furniture requires. Today many finishes can be wiped clean with a damp cloth. They never need waxing. Soft hand-rubbed finishes, like certain complexions, may require treatments with oil or oil combined with other ingredients. Don't experiment, though. Get the correct formula. Lacquered furniture will keep its beauty if properly cleaned twice a year. Wash it with cheese cloth and a warm neutral suds. (Use suds only. Don't saturate the cloth.) Wipe the suds completely away with a clean damp cloth and rub dry. Apply a water emulsion wax. Michigan Congregation Claims State Record FLINT, Mich.—Lincoln Park Baptist Church says it will have the largest building of any Southern Baptist church in the state when it dedicates a $165,000 auditorium in August. Japanese Missionary Has 'Busy' Retirement NEW YORK — (^» — Al though he retired and came back to the United States In 1955 after 54 years missionary work in Japan, the Rev. Dr William Axling still hasn't found time to take it easy. In a recent 30-day period, the Baptist clergyman filled 40 speaking engagements.. FORMAL RENTAL SERVICE Tuxedo Rentals - Gifts for Attendants Lateit Stylei —FUtingt In your Home ^ "Free" Pickup and Delivery Garmc;nti.guaranteed and delivered a week in advance to assure perfect fittings SPECIAL FOR MONTH OF AUGUST ' "FirM** Gilta for Groom and Groomsmen I4Q11 Carlyle Formal Wear for Men lOM P«irl S(rc«t ME 2-3240 LAST WEEK! 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