The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 4, 1965 · Page 19
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July 4, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 19

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June Olesen and Donald Williams Exchange Vows in Christ Church June Gudriin. Olesen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Einer Olesen of 8024 Braun Road, and Donald Lester Williams, ^on of Mir. an4 Mrs. Dale L. Williams of 1341 Blaine Ave., were united in marriage a\ 1:30 p.ni; June 26 in Christ Church Methodist. The Rev. Stanley Matz performed the ceremony. A gown of white rice crepe over taffeta worn by the bride was street length, and the skirt caught to an empire basque with white braide scrolling, short sleeves and scoop neckline. Her butterflv veil of illusion was fastened to a pillbox of Irish lace. Her free form cascade bouquet combined phalaenopsis orchids, stephanotis, ivy and bridal fern. She was given in marriage by her father, Mrs. Glen Johnson, matron of honor, wore a pink crepe street-length frock with empire basque, narrow satin belt and matching pink hat with beehive veiling. Chris Ramig attended the bridegroom as best man. John Ramig and Tom Ludvigsen ushered. The mother of the bride wore powder blue silk crepe with blue accessories and a white cattleya orchid corsage. The mother of the bridegroom was gowned in pink silk crepe with lace bodice and white accessories. Her corsage also featured a white cattleya orchid. —Charles Studio A 5 p.m. dinner was served at Lee Dolf's for immediate relatives and friends, after which the couple went to northern Wisconsin on a wedding trip. They will live at 7930 Braun Road. Guests from South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa and Illinois *MRS. DONALD WILLIAMS attended the ceremony /¥..-» Ai»>».\ Mr. and Mrs. Emer Olesen (June Olesen) ^^^^^ ^^^^^ afternoon reception at their home after the wedding. Pre-wedding events included a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Harvey Mulder and Mrs. Kenneth Riekkbff, dinner at Lelani's for the bride, with her coworkers as guests. She was also entertained by Mrs. Glen Johnson at Mr. Richard's in Milwaukee. Mrs. Dale Williams entertained after the wedding rehearsal. Catherine Ann Stoffel Is Wed in Santa Monica Catherine Ann Stoffel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Law Stoffel of Santa Monica, Calif., and formerly of Racine, became the bride of Walt e r Anthony Bunnell' Saturday. He is the son of Walter Alexander Bunnell of West Los Angeles and the late Mrs. Bunnell. Ceremony Read af Epiphany Unites Couple A ceremony uniting in marriage Betty Jean Daughen baugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verlin L. Daughenbaugh of 1917 Carlisle Ave., and Ed-ward Carl Benner, son of the Theodore Benners of 1927 Grange Ave., was performed by the Rev. Edwin Jaster. The wedding was solemnized at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 12, in Epiphany Lutheran Church. A floor length gown of Chantilly lace over bridal satin, styled with a scalloped V-neckline, was worn by the bride with a French illusion fingertip-length veil and jeweled crown. She carried yel- ' low roses and white cartia- —Bruce Marshall Pholo MRS. EDWARD BENNER (Betty Daughenbaugh) tions with a white orchid and ivy. She was given in marriage by her father. The matron of honor, Mrs. Lavaughn Folkers, wore a floor length gown of aqua peau de soie. Her flowers were yellow roses and white carnations tipped with aqua and ivy. Harry Harrington was best man for the bridegroom. Paul Roscizewski and Charles Benner ushered. * The bride's mother was costumed in a rose knit suit with white accessories and corsage of baby roses and cymbidium orchid. Mrs. Benner, mother of the bridegroom, had a similar corsage with her beige crepe sheath dress and pink accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Benner will make their future home in southwest Chicago. —Samuel's Portrait Sally Madsen Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. Aage Madsen, 616 Lafayette Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Sally, to Merlin Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Dean Hall Of Burlington. An Oct. 9 wedding is being planned. C e r emonies were held in St. Augustine By-the-Sea i n Santa Monica at 3 p.m., with the Rev. Russell Minter officiating, THe reception was held at Hotel Bel-Air, B e 1- Air, Calif. After a wedding trip to Mexico, the bridal couple will reside in West Los Angeles. The bride is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Albert John Stoffel and the late Dr. and Mrs. Alexander John Williams, all of Racine. She attended Northwestern University and was graduated from the University of California at Berkeley, where she was a member of Gamma Phi Beta. She was a coronet debutante in 1959. The bridegroom, also a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley, was affiliated with Sigma Chi fraternity. Appearing on the arm of her father, the bride was attired in a gown featuring a Mimosa lace bodice, organza skirt, Dior sleeves and chapel train. Her juliet cap of Mimo- —Ray Huff Studio MRS. WALTER BUNNELL (Catherine Stoffel) sa lace held an elbow length veil and she carried lilies of the valley on a prayer book. Barbara Jones, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Benjamin Baldwin Jr., Kim McCloskey and Heather Werder, as bridesmaids, appeared in full length ensembles of light blue linen. They carried pink roses. Best man w'as Larry G. Jones. Ushers were Albert Law Stoffel Jr., brother of the bride, Boyce R. Williams Jr., cousin of the bride, Jerome C. Reneau and Jeffrey Thompson. For the wedding and reception, the bride's mother chose a costume of yellow peau de soie with lace bodice. Barbara Gillis Affianced Mr. and Mrs. Richard G. Gillis, 1800 Woodland Ave., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Robert Yust, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Yust, 1766 Oregon St. No date has been set for the wedding. A1WAY8 RR8T QUAUTY * Bamam Days STARTS WEDI SE£ PENNEY'S BIG 16-PAGE BARGAIN CIRCULAR IN TUESDAY'S PAPER! Couple Say Vows in Ceremony at St. Lucy's St. Lucy's Church was the setting for the June 26 marriage of Maria Gonzales and Ricardo Morones Jr. during a 10 a.m. ceremony with the Rev. Francis Vajda officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jose Gonzales of 3121 Hickory Grove Ave., and her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Morones Sr. of 5209 Kearney Ave, The bride given in marriage by her father appeared wearing an empire A-line gown of peau de soie with an attached pointed chapel length train. The re-embroidered lace and pearl etched bodice featured a sculptured neckline, and elbow length sleeves. Her silk illusion veil fell from a double crown of pearl and crystal and she carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations and red roses. Maid of honor, Rosa Morones, the bridegroom's sister, wore a white lace dress with long sleeves and a peau de soie bow at the front waistline with a matching lieadpiece. Her bouquet was colonial styled with red and white roses. Helen Rodriquez, Stella Sanchez and Thelma Rivera were bridesmaids and were attired in gowns of pink silk taffeta. The gowns featured full skirts, scoop necklines, and tapered basques. Matching caplets caught with beehive veiling and colonial bouquets of roses completed their costumes. Andrew Rodriquez was best on Wedding Trip Mildred Louise Frederickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Frederickson of Kenosha became the bride of Vincent Clarence Menheer of Kansasville in an 11 a.m. ceremony Saturday, June 26 in St. Peter's Catholic Church, Ke nosha. The Rev. Anthony Niciunas, M.l.C. officiated. The bride appeared on the arm of her father wearing a traditional gown of Chantilly lace. The bodice had a sabrina neckline, long sleeves and sequin sparked skirt which was highlighted by a tiered ruffle back ending in cathedral train. A crown of pearls and aurora borealis held her triple tiered veil and she carried a cascading bouquet of stephanotis, roses and carnations. Mrs. Richard Meyer was matron of honor and wore a gown of pink sheer over taffeta. It featured a princess bodice and A-line skirt with back neckline bow and streamers. A matching circlet headpiece with a circular veil completed her costume and she carried a colonial bouquet of pink carnations and roses with streamers. Dressed —Nicholsons' Mrs. Ricardo Morones Jr. (Maria Gonzales) man and attendants were Nick Sanchez and Manuel Gonzales, the bride's brother. Albert Sanchez and Fermin Gonzales ushered. ' The bride's mother wore a pink rayon gown with floral accessories and a corsage of pink carnations and white roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink suit with beige accessories and a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. Following a reception at Lucia Hall, the bridal couple left on a wedding trip to the southwest states. They will reside in San Antonio, Texas where the bridegroom is stationed with the U.S. Army. Preceding her marriage, the bride was guest of honor for a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Marlene Smith. JENSENS BRIDAL REGISTRY A Valuable GiH to the Bride-to-be When She Reghten Assures the best selection of lovely gifts to make hers a gracious home in which to embark on her new career as mother, homemaker and hostess. WEST RACINE Cjfacioud aCiving^ 3313 WASHINGTON AVE. 637-1286 MRS. THOMAS TODD (Jan^ee Wadsworth) bund of moss green, silk formed a sash effect in the back. They carried pale green chrysanthemums, and white and yellow daisy chrysanthemums with a diagonal accent of bells of Ireland. Wridf-Novak Befrofhal Told —Sterelczyk Photo MRS. VINCENT MENHEER (Mildred Frederickson) identical to he matron of honor were the bridesmaids, Mrs. William Babcock and Mrs. Theodore Menheer, Joseph Menheer was best man and Walter Goetz and Theodore Menheer were attendants. Richard Meyer and William Babcock were ushers. Following a reception in the Kansasville Town Hall for several hundred guests, the Menheers left on a wedding trip through the southern states. The bride is employed with the MacWhyt6 Co. and the bridegroom owns and operates the Menheer TV and Radio Shop. Clothes Dryer Serves as Chick Hatchery LOUISVILLE —m— Mrs. Dave Holston recently found a new use for her clothes dryer. A mother hen walked out on five eggs in her nest, so Mrs. Holston stuck them in the dryer. Warmed by the pilot light, the eggs soon changed, into five baby chicks. Former Racine residents Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer Wadsworth Sr., now of Ft. Thomas, Ky., announce the marriage of their daughter, Jamee Clare Wadsworth, to Thomas Todd. The wedding took place June 26, 8:30 p.m., in Christ Church, C i n- cinnati, Ohio, with the Revs. Allen Person and Walter H. Taylor officiating. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. Warren Walker, 1410 Main St., and the late Mr. Walker, Her mother is the former Mary Claire Walker. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. William Todd Jr. of Pittsburgh and the late Mr, Todd. A reception was held at the Queen City Club in Cincinnati, After spending the summer abroad, the couple will reside in Cambridge, Mass., where the bridegroom is attending Harvard Law School. The bride will attend Boston University. The bride attended Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, N.Y, Her husband, a graduate of Williams College, Williamston, Mass., was a member of Delta Upsilon fraternity and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. Mrs. John S. Wadsworth Jr. of Brooklyn Heights, N. Y., was the matron of honor. Jan Glier, Catherine Coffman and Ann Heinze, all of Ft. Thomas, Ellen Manchester, Hanover, N. H., Nancy Apthorp, Shaker Heights, Ohio, Byrn Peters, Utica, N. Y., and Deborah Walker, Hillsboro, Va., were bridesmaids. Libby Wadsworth, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Best man was Alexander Mcintosh, Toronto. Ushers were W, Logan Hardie, Cincinnati, James 'H. Hardie, Pittsburgh, John S. Wadsworth Jr., Charles Hagy, Westfield, N. J., Douglas Stevens, Pittsburgh, Peter Johannsen, Roselle Park, N, J., and Dr. Frederick Lind, Wynnewood, Pa, The bride was attired in a silk faced peau de soie antique satin gown fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, sheath front and full train. Her veil of embroidered Brussels lace was worn by her mother at her wedding. She carried yellow sweetheart roses arranged in a cluster with strands of ivy entwined with white sweetheart roses. The bridesmaids were in delicate yellow silk organza over taffeta gowns. They were made with full length sheath fronts and fullness in the back. The neckline was bateau and the sleeves elbow length. A crushed cummer- At OUR BEAUTY SALON Get Beauty On A Budget! Nationally Advertised Permanent Wave 6'° BUDGET PRICED At Only Includes crome 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 SALE PRICED AT ONLY Reg. $59.50 All Wig Sales Final 95 29 Aiihurns and Litht Shades Sllchtly Hither Goldblatt's, Elmwood Plaza. Phone 637-1271 RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN 41) Sunday, July 4, 1965 visTsllrth"^**" Vomee Clare Wadsworth, Visit Sout j^^^^^ Todd Are Married ^°"P'f ^'='"'"9* Wedding Vows af Jeanie Novak Mr. and Mrs. Phil L. Novak of Milwaukee announce the engagement of their daughter, Jeanie Ellen, to Thomas A. Wridt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wridt Jr., 743 Roosevelt Ave. No date has been set for the wedding. " The prospective bridegroom, member of the Kiltie Drum and Bugle Corps for eight years, attended the University of Wisconsin Racine Center and was corps director of the Kiltie Kadets before entering the U. S. Army in 1964. He is stationed at San Juan, Puerto Rico, as a trumpeter with the 81st Army Band. The bride-elect has been a flutist in the Milwaukee Elks Band for seven years. St. Stanislaus Elaine E. Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Nelson, '«25 Wisconsin Ave., and John L. Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Miller, 1810 LaSalle St., were united in marriage at 11 a.m., June 19, in St. Stanislaus Church, with the Rev. Joseph Baran officiating. A traditional gown of chiffon taffeta and Alencon lace was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Leonard Nelson. The gown was fashioned with oval neckline, elbow length sleeves, controlled skirt With a three-tiered lace flounce that continued into a chapel length train. A snowflake lace pillbox with open crown trimmed in seed pearls and rock crystal, held her Swiss illusion bouffant veiling. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids with ivy foliage. Identically dressed were the matron of honor. Donna Chizek, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaid, Pauline Miller, sister of the bridegroom, in light blue taffeta. The frocks featured floor length controlled skirts with white hairpin lace top, three- quarter length sleeves and scoop neckline, worn with light blue forget-me-not forward clusters holding beehive veiling. They carried double rings of blue daisies and white butterfly roses with ivy foliage. In matching miniature attire was the flower girl, Mary Kawa. ; The brother of the bridegroom, Richard Miller, attended him as best man, with Bernard Thielen as groomsman. John Chizek and Michael Schirott were ushers. The mother of the bride wore a two-piece dress of silk worsted fabric in ice blue, with a corsage of double orchids in white, A pink lace sheath with matching silk shantung coat was worn by the mother of the bridegroom with a pink orchid corsage. An afternoon reception was held in McCarthy Hall, after which. Mr. and Mrs. Miller left on a wedding trip to Canada and Niagara Falls. —Samuel's Portrait MRS. JOHN L. MILLER (Elaine E. Nelson) CHECK Bridal / Sandy's Register Your favorile Bride-to-Be has undoubtedly listed her name and gift preferences in Sandy's Popular Bridal Register. You'll find it easy to select a gift for her, she registered her gift preference here so you could have a big selection and avoid possible duplication. Racine's Only Complete Gift Store INCLUDING FAMOUS MAKE APPLIANCES, TV, RADIOS, HOUSEWARES, FASHIONS FREE — choice of mony gifts for every Bride-to-Be who registers at Sandy's. Thrifty SANDY'S DOWNTOWN — 512 WIS. AVE.^

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