The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 26, 1959 · Page 22
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 22

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 26, 1959
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mAOOiiB StTNVAY BULLETIN Jity It. 195» See. t, tn» 4 JBt txchange Vows m St. Ppiriek's # Sandra Diane Kristopelt be- lame the bride of Donald Fron- r Llesner in nuptial rites read St Patrick's Church at 12 noon Saturday, July 18. The ftev. Martin Gloudeman officiated. The bride is the daughter 0f Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Kristo^it, 737 Cleveland Ave. Mrs. August Liesner, 1319 Geneva SL, is the mother of the brlde- |room. Z The bride's gown of silk or- ganxa had a shirred, fitted bodice with a scoop neckline detailed with Alencon lace ap­ pliques outlined with seed pearis. The skirt had un- pressed pleats at the waist line, lace applique trim and a lull train caught to a bustle. Her fingertip veil was secured by a pillbox of matching lace trimmed with pearls and iri descents. She carried an orchid centered in yellow carna- —Charlef Bludlo Tanya Thompson Tell Betrothal Announcement of the engagement of Tanya Theola Thompson, 1008 West Lawn Ave., to Gary Lehmann Is being made by her father, Slvert Thompson, Luverne, Minn. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar W. Lehmann, 1100 Irving PI. No wedding date has been set. Old-Time Plank floors Copied in New Homes Handsome onk floors of random width planks are being specified for many new homos, i Generally, they are Installed; with decorative wood pops which simulate the dowels cm-, ployed to fasten old-timo [liank floors. Kosch-Bucheger Vows Repeated Donald Kosch claimed Evelyn Bucheger as his bride in a double ring ceremony at 9 a.m. Saturday, June 27, In Most Precious Blood Church. Glidden. Wis. The Rev. T. Lesniak read the nuptial high mass. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bucheger, Butternut, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Koscli, 3025 N. Wisconsin St. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle, styled with a lace bodice with scalloped Sabrina neckline accented with pearls and irides- cents. The bouffant skirt was gathered to a basque waistline and featured alternating tiers of lace and tulle ending; in a duster ruffle. Her fingertip French Illusion veil fell from an open crown of lace accented with sequins and tear drop pearls. Her bouquet included white mums, white gladioli, red roses and ivy. The bride was attended by her sisters, Margaret l^uchc- Kcr as maid of honor and Caroline Bucheger as bridesmaid. Their identical mint green gowns had ruffled skirts with lace inserts and cummer- —Northern»lre Studio MRS. DONALD KOSCH (Evelyn Bucheger) of white carnations and garnet roses. Duane DeCaIre, cousin of the bride, was best man. The ushers were Raymond Kosch and Matthew Bucheger, brothers of the bridegroom and bride. An afternoon reception was held at the Glidden VFW Hall. Open house was held in the couple's honor July 19 at the home of the bridegroom's par-; ents. The new Mr. and Mrs. Kosch arc making their home at .3.321/2 Luedtke Ave. after a iwo-sveek trip to the western K. of C. Officers Guests at Dinner Lee J. Wolf, grand knight of Knights of Columbus, Council 697, was host to officers of the council at a dinner in Racine Country Club Thursday evening. The program for the year was outlined, including civic activities, youth program, membership drive and social events. Herb Scheible is general program chairman, and committee responsibilities have been assigned to Emil Kuester, Jack Wllbershide, Clarence Newman, Gilbert Geraghty, John Krewal, William Crabtrce, William Potthoff. Richard Kroupa Sr., Frank Flore, Harold Strege and Jerome Kennedy. Moths will stay out of your clothes closet if you wipe the floor with a cloth that has been moistened with turpentine. Mary Coatello Future Bride Announcement is being made by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Costello, 824 Newman Rd., of the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to James A; Nelson, son of Mr. and MI;?. Arnold E. Nelson, 1309 Munroe Ave. No wedding date has been set. Freezing Tips for Fresh Meat URBANA — You've got nutrients aplenty in a cut of fresh meat, so take care when you freeze it. Mrs. Dorothy Ebner, member of the foods research staff at the University of Illinois, points out that research studies have shown that incorrect freezing procedures can destroy nutrients in meats. To curb or prevent these losses, the University of Illinois foods research staff recommends three practices: Handle meat quickly. The longer you delay, the more nutrients you will lose and the greater the chances that microorganisms will cause undesirable changes in the meat. Use moisture-vapor-p roof packaging materials. Research shows that proper packaging reduces loss of nutrients in some meats. Freeze meat quickly. The lower the tempierature, the quicker the meat will freeze. The 0 degrees F. temperatyre of home freezers Is satisfac* tory for freezing small amounts of meat. If, however, you freeze a large amount (a quarter or side or more of an animal) at one time, it's best to have it frozen at a commercial freezing plant. Then you can' store It In your home freezer. This practice makes it unnecessary to Increase the freezer temperature, which slows the freezing process. LAU'S Open Mon.|^ Noon to y P.M. bunds. They carried bouquets;states and Pacific'Coast. —SKmuel'i Portrklt MRS. DONALD LIESNER (Sandra Kristopelt) tlOM and white roses as she was given in marriage by her father. Barbara Hunter attended the bride as maid of honor and iudy Kristopelt was bridesmaid. Their blue organza i;owns had draped necklines and harem ballerina- length skirts with bow trim. I They wore matching satin bows with pearl trim and nosegay veils. Their flowers were blue carnations and white " roses. The flower giris, Cindy Kristopelt and Susie Krosto- pelt, wore floor-length frocks of white organza. The bridegroom was attend" ed by Harry Ottel as best man and Dominic Anzalone as . groomsmen. Ralph Molbeck and Dick Nergaard ushered. For the ceremony and the reception in the Marine Room of Memorial Hall, the bride's mother wore a pink embroidered sheath, pink and white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. The mother of the bridegroom chose a gown of coffee tissue taffeta, toast-colored accessories and a corsage of yellow roses. After the wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the new Mr. and Mrs. Liesner are residing at HSO'/a Superior St. if you van! an elegant wedding ... be sure to RENT from "george and lester's' SUMMER TRAVELS When the lonp, summer miles have you feelinR hot.j sticky and generally uncom -1 fortable, try this cool trick, j Soak a cotton .square with; witch hazel and bathe the face] and throat. Let dry naturally. It's instantly coolinR and only! mildly astringent—good forj even very-dry skin. Keep witch 1 hazel and cotton squares in the glove compartment. RE-OPENING TOMORROW (Monday, July 27) Following three weeks close-down for vacation and ovon repairs lirndy to xervr. you apat'n with the lincxl in hake.d gooth "Where You Sec thn Neon Krinylcs in Iho Window" :i:«tl Wiiiih. Ave. P1IONI-: MK 3 -4298 JULY i^eauli^ Sate! Up to m GPP OUR 0 REGULAR PRICES NATIONALLY ADVERTISED PERMANENTS Selling the Country Over from $10 up IMAGINE Cold Wave Pt opo rato ry Shampoo ^ Lu^l'e Rjnsp Styled Hoirdress Fmijhing Shampoo $9.00 $1.50 Waves.n.,'6' Waves .M,8" "~ Waves™. *9 "~ Waves .M/10 Appointments Not Always Necessary STOREWIDE SUMMER CLEARANCE MEN - WOMEN - CHILDREN SHOES SAVINGS UP TO 50% Open Mon. and Fri. 9 to 9 FELDMAN'S SHOE STORE 915 Sixteenth MX Br SPECIAL GIFT FOK 0E00M8 211 fixh St. SHOP DAILY 9:30 TO 5:30 except MONDAYS AND FRIDAYS 12 NOON TO 9 Introducing The New Colors Princeton's Temptation BLACK ICE Full Length Styles Shortie Styles These coats are now being shown in our display windows * Princeton's own psuedo-mink fabric with the look and feel of nature's most fabulous fur. . . now shown in the new luxurious mink shades of Black Ice and Block Pearl. In this exciting collection we feature the newest '59 and '60 silhouettes. Each is styled with the some care and precision workmanship that goes into the making of the finest mink coats. StUci youfi now on our eoAvtn/«<t( cHarg», /oyawoy Or nUndad pay plan. Also a marvelous showing of Princeton's Ollegro In solid colors—beige, brown, blue stone, charcoal, platinum or white . . . and beautiful combinations of charcoal with silver, white with black pearl and beige with wild wood. Second floor fashion center

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