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July 4, 1965

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

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4g KACtNrSUNDAY BULLETIN Robert Kissner Claims Rifa Bofsch as Bride af Sfurfevant Church for Miss Jensen, Ronald Johnson An heirloom ring of pearls and diamonds worn by the bridegroom's mother, grandmother and great-grandmother was the "something old" Rita Marie Botsch wore on her wedding day, when she became the bride of Robert Erick Kissner. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin C. Botsch, 3313. Robert St., Franksville, and the son of the Robert B. Kissners, 1025 William St., exchanged nuptial vows at 12 noon, June 26, in St. Sebastian's Church, Sturtevant, with the Rev. Edmund Olley officiating. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sheath gown of organza with long tapered sleeves. A panel of' Venise lace fell from the high round neckline, forming a cape collar, then to the hemline at the front and along the edge of the square cut train. A bow of organza held her bouffant veil of illusion, and her cascade bouquet combined white roses, stephanotis, ivy and camellia foliage. Mrs. William Runge was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Shirley DeVries and —P«ul Bauer Photo MRS. ROBERT KISSNER (Rita Marie Botsch) Linda Kissner, the bridegroom's sister. The attendants were dressed alike in maize silk organza floor length empire A-line dresses. I The round necklines and sleeves were edged with sheer pleating and a bow and streamers were at the back of the high-rise waistlines. They wore ruffled matching picture hats, and carried aipi bouquets of golden roses, tangerine carnations and camellia foliage. Renee Runge as junior bridemaid was also in a matching dress and carried an identical bouquet. The flower girl, Jill Runge, was dressed in a short, full-skirted white dress with a garland of small carnations on her head, and carried a satin fireside basket of white and yellow roses. David Christensen was best man, with Robert Lonergan and Robert Akulian as j groomsmen. Thomas Helding and Gary Lawrenz ushered. William Runge Jr. was ring- bearer. The wedding of Sandra Kay Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Newman, 1254 Hayes Ave., and Ronald Roy Johnson, took place at 7:30 p.m. Saturday; June 26, in [Holy Communion Lutheran Church. The Rev. Larry Pinnow officiated. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy O. Johnson, 1500 Grove Ave. The bride, who was given in ! marriage by her stepfather, wore a peau de soie sheath gown with empire styling, bell sleeves, and skirt trimmed in Venise lace. The detachable train, chapel length, was trimmed with bands of lace. The matching large crown held a bouffant veil. Lurene McDonough, maid of honor, and Marcia Newman, bridesmaid, wore empire dresses of lemon chiffon and Double Ring Ceremony Held for Jay Strigel, Roseann Baldoun —Sterelczyk Photo MRS. RONALD JOHNSON (Sandra Kay Jensen) —Camera House MRS. JOHN D. PEDERSEN (Elaine Andresen) Elaine Andresen Is Bride of John Pedersen Mt. Pleasant Evangelical Lutheran Church was the scene of a 4 p.m. wedding June 19, when Elaine Ruth Andresen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Andresen, 707 Illinois St., became the bride of John D. Pedersen, with the Rev. Louis Piehl officiating. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eric Pedersen of 3625 Lathrop Ave. A gown of white crepe over taffeta with embroidered cummerbund, slim floor length skirt with cascading back panels, and embroidered short sleeves, was worn by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. Her veil of Swiss illusion was caught to a matching bow trimmed with rock crystal tear drops. She carried a cascade of yellow roses and ivy. Susan Klees as honor attendant wore a gown of buttercup yellow shantung with embroidered c u m m erbund, square neckline, short sleeves and controlled floor length skirt. A matching bow held beehive veiling, and she carried a cascade of aqua majestic daisies and yellow roses. Owen Burgess was best man. Ushers were James Andresen and Tim Peil. The mother of the bride chose a blue lace sleeveless dress and matching jacket with white accessories. A turquoise jacket dress with white accessories was worn by the mother of the bridegroom. Both mothers had white rose and carnation corsages. Immediately following the ceremony, a buffet supper was served in the church hall. The young couple left on a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, and will reside at 3617I/2' Graceland Blvd. The bride's mother, in an aqua dress with lace top and jacket and matching hat, wore la corsage of cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Kissner, for her son's wedding, wore a pale pink dress with lace top and [matching accessories, and an orchid corsage. A reception was held in Scout Corps Hall, 924 Center St., after which the couple left on a week's trip to Kentucky. The bridegroom is employed at Western Printing and Lithographing Co., after attending the Milwaukee Institute of Technology for two years. white crepe. The lemon chiffon bodices had oval, necklines and elbow length sleeves, and the slim skirts of white crepe had Venise lace trim at the high waistlines with bow and streamers at the back. Lemon circlets with rosette trim held circle veils of illusion. Mike Crawford was best man, and Lee Johnson, groomsman. Dennis Johnson and Timothy Osius ushered. The bride's mother was gowned in a pale blue silk sheath with lace top and matching jacket in blue silk, and blue accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink crepe sheat}i with scalloped lace demi-jacket and matching accessories. A reception was held at Danish Brotherhood Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson will reside at 1907 Carlisle Ave. Hersf-Conwisher Nupfials Held; Couple to Live in Ames, Iowa The Franciscan Sisters of St. John's Nepomuk Church sang the Mass for the June 19 wedding of Roseann Baldoun and Jay Anthony Strigel. The Rev. Joseph G. Sukup officiated at the 12 oclock noon ceremony. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Baldoun, 5912 Northwestern Ave., is a Whitewater University graduate with an education degree. Her sorority is Alpha Sigma and she will teach elementary school at Sun Prairie, where she and her husband will reside. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Strigel of Sheboygan, is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and is a civil engineer with.the Highway Commission Bridge Department in Madison. The bride appeared on the arm of her father in a traditional gown of silk peau de soie. The fitted bodice detailed long tapered sleeves and scalloped sabrina neckline. The bell skirt ended in a cathedral train. A pearl and crystal crown held a two- tiered bouffant veil. She carried a cascade of white roses and carnations. Judy Baldoun was her sister's maid of honor. Sue and Mary Strigel were bridesmaids for their brother's wedding. The bride's youngest sister, Charlotte, was charm girl. Their ensembles of two- tone pink linen were floor length with fitted empire bodices, square necklines and short sleeves. Their sheath skirts detailed detachable watteau back panels and deep pink taffeta bows held circular veiling. The honor attendant carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and pink carnations. Bridesmaids had pink roses and white carnations. The bridegroom's brother, iLoren J. Strigel of Baltimore, was best man. Also attending him were Thomas M. Manning of Sheboygan, Thomas Hauch land Michael West. Ushering were Marv Krull of West Allis and Leigh Larson of Madison. "Mother of the bride appeared in a two piece dress of blue silk peau. The bridegroom's mother wore a two piece dress of beige lace. They had corsages of piiik roses and white carnations. A reception for several hun^ dred people was held at the Labor Center. —Peter J. Haas Photo MRS. JAY STRIGEL (Roseann Baldoun) Ecumenical Experiment Set EDINBURGH —(/?)— The Presbyterian Church of Scotland is studying a proposal for designating the new Scottish town of Livingston near Edinburgh as an area of ecumenical experiment. The first step would be to share Church of Scotland I buildings in the area with the Episcopal Church. "It is suggested that an ecumenical center be set up in Livingston—that herein all the churches share common work such as training of youth leaders, share in common service to the community, share in worship together," the Rev. Donald F. Mac! Donald told the recent meeting of the Church of Scotland General Assembly. "It is further suggested that work on the project be carried out in three stages, beginning in 1970-71 when the I town center comes into being." MacDonald called it "a daring, bold and imaginative experiment" which would involve the Kirk's own congregations in many problems and difficulties. A special committee was ordered to examine implications of the scheme and report to next year's General Assembly. Couple to Go to Turkey in Peace Corps Two years in Turkey as Peace Corps representatives are on the calendar for the former Lois Jean Mikkelsen of Anderson College, Anderson, Ind., and Ervin Everell Rockhill, son of the Rev. and Mrs. Everell J. Rockhill, 4320 Byrd Ave. They will leave following a wedding trip to Indianapolis. The father of the bridegroom, assistant pastor of the First Church of God in Racine, performed the wedding ceremony at 3:30 p.m. June 12 in Park Place Church of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mikkelsen of Canfield, Ohio. For her wedding, the bride wore a gown of silk peau de soie with chapel train, full skirt, and lace collar effect at the neckline.' Her flowers Pair Will Move to Arizona; Bridegroom to Serve as Vicar s MRS. ERVIN E. ROCKHILL (Lois Mikkelsen) NOT SO MUCH Excessive dieting drains a woman of her vital appeal. 1^ ^ - were gardenias and stephanotis. Mrs. Bonnie Ericson, matron of honor, wore olive green peau de soie, sleeveless and floor-lentgh. Her flowers were white pompons with white and brown ribbons and green trim. In matching green gowns were the bride's sister. Fay Mikkelsen, and Joan Dotson, bridesmaids. Charles Hise attended the bridegroom as best man. Ushers were the brothers of the bridegroom, Marvin Rockhill land Darrell Rockhill. A reception was held in the Shield Dining Room, Olt Student Center, at the college. The bridegroom attended Anderson College, where his bride was graduated this year. Rabbi Aaron B. Ilson performed the wedding ceremony Sunday, June 27, at 4:30 p.m. in Temple Sinai, Pittsburgh, uniting in marriage Rosa Conwisher, and Kenneth Louis Herst, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold W. Herst. 3935 North Bay Drive. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Conwisher, Pittsburgh. The bride was gowned in silk organza, appliqued with Alencon lace and designed with a scoop neckline and long tapered sleeves. Her bouffant sheath skirt had a .scalloped chapel train. She carried her mother's prayer- book adorned with white orchids. Mrs. William T. Levine, matron of honor and sister of the bride, wore a yellow floor length sheath of 'silk organza with draped detail and carried an orchid bouquet. Harold W. Herst, father of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were David Sands, Des Moines, Iowa, and Michael Gordon, Detroit. Mrs. Conwisher, mother of the bride, wore a willow green, floor length chiffon sheath with lace bodice, and clutch purse with orchids. Mrs. Herst, the bridegroom's mother, wore a dusty pink sheath with beaded bodice, and carried a clutch purse with orchids. A reception was held in the garden at the Temple followed The marriage of Sylvia t Nass and Eugene A. Kock, who will serve as vicar at Grace Lutheran Church in Tucson, Ariz., took place June 20 at St! Stephen's Lutheran Church of Beaver Dam. The Rev David Kock of St. Clair, Minn., conducted the 2 p.m. ceremony. The Rev. Marvin W. Zank of Medford, Wis., had the wedding address. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Nass, 2609 Kentucky St., taught for four years for Good Shepherd Lutheran Church at St. Stephen's Lutheran School. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs, Alwin J. Kock of Eau Claire, has completed his second year of study at the Wisconsin Synod Theological Seminary at Mequon. The bride chose a floor length gown of silk organza. I Three appliques decorated the bell-shaped skirt, and the bodice of lace had long sleeves. Her elbow length veil was secured to a crown of pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations with a touch of stephanotis and ivy. The matron of honor was Mrs. Ronald E. Hauer of Milwaukee, sister of the bride. Her other attendant was Mrs. Richard J. Kock of Eau Claire. They were identically dressed in street length, long sleeved frocks of mint and white bonded lace, with matching hats. They carried cascade bouquets of carnations and ivy. The bridegroom's brother, Richard J. Kock of Eau Claire attended him as best man. The other groomsman was 1 Ronald E. Hauer of Milwaukee. Serving as ushers were David Nass and Paul Nass, brothers of the bride. The organist was Robert Kock of Watertown. Kenneth Gawrisch, a classmate of the bridegroom, sang "The Wedding Benediction." , The St. Stephen's Junior Choir closed the ceremony by singing "The Benediction," directed by James Tank. A reception in I MRS. EUGENE KOCK (Sylvia Nass) the church parlors followed the ceremony. After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the couple will reside in Grafton, Wis. They will move to Tucson in August. Their address will be 722 East Second St. tan Do Not Wos/i Your Tan Away You can wash your away. To stave qif flaking and fading of your skin (which comes off when you bathe),, apply a dry skin cream after you shower. The cream helps prevent surface dryness and thus checks aging weather lines. Select one that is non- greasy. Hat Necessary for That Vacation Even though you may feel it is unnecessary to take along a hat when you go on a vacation trip, you never know when the unexpected occasion may crop up when you would be happier if you had one with you. So why not slip one of the pretty summer collapsible print hats into your suitcase and be prepared? CLEARLY CONTEMPORARY But af Home in Any Seffing and will reside at 1527 Grand Ave., Ames, Iowa. The bride was graduated from State University of Iowa, and is a speech pathologist for the public schools of Ames, Iowa. The bridegroom attended the State University of Iowa, and is now studying restaurant and institutional management at Iowa State University. Guests were in attendance at the wedding from 11 states, including the maternal grandfather of the bridegroom, Leo Eisenstadt from Clearwater Beach, Fla. Pre-nuptial dinners were held for the out-of- town guests at the homes of Our patrons will be pleased to know Miss Grace, our stylist, has returned and has a few appointments open for customers who call early. Our Special This Week A Frosting or Streaking for only $12.50 Our New Process cuts bleaching time in half. by a dinner. Marty Schramm!Mr. and Mrs. Allen 1. played dinner music. Mr. and Mrs. Herst left on a wedding trip to Des Moines, Schwartz and Mr. and Mrs. Sol Toder with Mrs. Ben Benedict as co-hostess. All Human Hair ^ i / Trial Finings [JVlaS Immediate Delivery V \/li^J Seeing Is Believing In Our Quality Wigs In All Price Ranges ELMWOOD PLAZA WIG SHOP N«x> to Fanny Farmar (Downttairi) Weekdays 1 to 9 P.M. 3701 Durand Ave. Saturday 9:30 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. 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