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Claims Bride The marriage of Carol Ann Eisel and Rusell J. Larson was solemnized at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 18, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church. The Rev. C. B. Kionka officiated. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Eisel Jr., 1330 St. Patrick St. The bridegroom Is the son of Mrs. Alice Lul, 2221 Geneva St. The bride's gov/n of reem- broidered tulle over satin was styled with a bouffant skirt with white satin banding and bow near the hemline. It had a bateau neckline and cop- toured basque caught at' the waist by a crushed satin cummerbund. A crown of rhlne- slones and pearls secured her illusion veil. Her bouquet, in the shape of a cross, contained white carnations and a white norchid. She was given in marriage by her father. For something old, the bride wore a 50-ycar-oId bracelet [which belonged to her grandmother, the late Mrs. Clara A double ring ceremony, per- Bouwma. formed by the Rev. Josephj Geraldlne Jacoby was maid Sukup on July 18 in St. Johniof honor and the bridesmaids Nepomuk Church united in!were Sue Muchie and Cheryl marriage Dawn Van dcr Wie-j^''!*"": .i'""'-!.*' ^u"'' n"^"' 1 J « «. J «« junior br desmaid. Their f oor- len. da.ghtcr of Mr. and Mrs.,]^^^^^, ^^^^ ,^ ^^^^^^^ Earl A. Van dcr Wie^on Sr.,!hues of pink, green and blue 2312 Orchard St., and Josephjsiik organza over taffeta. They A. Cuadra, USMC, of San wore matching taffeta head- Francisco. The bridegroom is ''«nds with circular veils. The [aides carried pink and white Icarnations and the junior •bridesmaid had yellow and —Sterflciyk iPhoto MRS. RUSSELL LARSON (Carol Eisel) Double Ring Rife Read for Couple —AP WIrephoto David Sorenson and his bride, the former Marjorle Kustcra, chose July 25 ai their wedding day. On that date, the bridegroom's parents, standing, left, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sorenson (Genevieve Navarre) celebrated their 2<th wedding anniversary and his grand parents, at right, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Navarre (Emma Bacon), their S3d anniversary. Hie Navarrcs were married In Green Bay and the Sorensons in Luxemburg. David Sorensons Choose Dual Anniversary for Wedding MRS. JOSEPH CUADRA (Dawn Van dcr Widen) white carnations. The flower girl, Janic KscVi- mann. wore a frock styled like the bride's gown and carried a basket of assorted carnations. The bridegroom was attended by Thomas Meyer as host man. Roger Slater and Hcrnie Muchie wcrrf grooms !men. The ushers were Louis j Larson Jr. and Ralph Bouwma, Paul Bouwma was the ring- l)carer. Mrs. Ei.sel witnessed her •daughter's wedding in a blue ipure silk eyelet gown. The tiridegroom's mother chose pink ; linen. Both had corsages of pink roses and white carna- the son of Mrs. Adolph Cuadra jjons. of San Francisco niid the late The ceremony preceded a re- Mr. Cuarda iieption at Turner Hall. The For her wcddinj:. Hic bride "T.'^'"- '''iL^'^^ Urson will ... r > •. reside at liOfiZ Douglas Ave, selected a gown of while organ- , ^^i,, dy and lace over pink satin pj-r, Wisconsin, with a pink cummcrhiuul circling the wai.st and lieroming a butterfly bow in l)ack. She; wore a brief white veil with her! white feathered hat, and car-; ried a pink rosary with her bou-' quet of white carnations and pink roses. For something old she carried her mother's bridal handkerchief. Her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. Norman Black Sr., nia-S tron of honor for her sister! wore a gown styled similarly to the bride's, but in mint green. She wore a similar hat! and carried mint green and. pink carnations. Norman Black| Sr. was best man. Mrs. Van dor Wielen, the bride's mother, wore a beige and white ensemble with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses and white carna The home of Mr, and Mrs. Vov/s Spoken Lawrence O'Connor, godpar-i ents of the bride, was tlie set-' St. Alban's Episcopal Church ting for the wedding breakfa.st,in El Cajan, Calif., was the and also a reception later. David L. Sorenson and his bride, the former Marjorle Kusters, chose July 25 as their wedding date to coincide with the 26th anniversary of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sorenson, 1641 Villa St., and the .53d anniversary of his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ephraim Navarre of Milwaukee. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kusters, 1100 Emmerlsen Rd. The wedding ceremony, per- j formed by the Rev. James R. Mant.sch at 11 a.m. in St. Edward's Church, preceded a breakfast at the Kusters home, and a dinner and evening reception in Racine Labor-Center. The young Sorensons' wedding trip took them to northern now serving with the armed forces in Frankfurt, Germany. The former Miss Kusters chose a bridal gown of Chan- lilly lace over satin, with the lace tiered skirt sweeping into a brush train. Her veil fell from a rhinestone crown and she carried an orchid sur rounded by carnations, roses and Canterbury bells as her father gave her in marriage. The bridegroom's sister-in- law. Mrs. John Sorenson, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Joyce Kusters, a cousin of the bride and Joan Govaerts. Another sister, Cheryl Kusters, was junior bridesmaid and flower girls were Mary Ro.se Sorenson, sister of the bridegroom, and Patricia Kusters, a cousin of the bride. In mint green taffeta with matching ribbon-trimmed headpieces. They carried white baskets filled with roses, carnations, daisies and Canterbury bells. The flower girls were in pink frocks with matching headpieces, and carried pink flowers. John Sorenson was his brother's best man, and another brother, Dennis Sorenson, served as groomsman with Jerome Schuster. Mrs. Kusters, mother of the bride, was in pink lace over taffeta with white accessories. Mrs. Sorenson, the bridegroom's mother, was in champagne lace over taffeta with pink accessories while Mrs. Navarre wore* rose lace over taffeta with white accessories. Wisconsin. The bridegroom isl The senior attendants werejAII had orchid corsages. Speak Promises at Holy Narhe David Bundy claimed Karlene Aschenbrcnner as his bride in rites rdad in Holy Name Church on Saturday, July 2.1. The Rev. John Schmitz celebrated the 10 a.m. nuptial high mass. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Esther Asch enbrcnner, 1820 Howe St., and Louis J. Aschenbrcnner, Racine. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs, Fred Bundy, 162.') Holmes Ave. As she was given in marriage by her brother, Ronald Acsh- enbrenner, the bride wore a waltz-length gownof silk shantung and Belgian lace. It was detailed with a full skirt, pleated cummerbund which cascaded into a butterfly bow and a lace ba.sque featuring a V neckline. Her fingertip tulle veil was gathered to a pillbox.' . ^ #» • i or Our Savior s George W. Orfh Claims Bride —Piil» Porlmlt Mrs. David Bundy (Karlene Aschenbrenner) Vows Exchanged She carried a cascade arrange-; ment of phalaenopsis orchids, white carnations and ivy. Bernadette Perkins, the bride's only attendant, wore a cocktail-length gown of mint Jifeen lace over taffeta, styled with a boat neckline and bouffant skirl. She wore a crown with matching veil and carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses, carnations and ivy, Robert Nelson was best man and the ushers were Richard Puck and George Gross. The ceremony preceded a wedding dinner at the Prime .scene Saturday, July II, for the|Steak House and a reception -Boyd An<1»r»on Photo MRS. NORMAN BUCHOLZ (Georgia Zemek) Bucholi-Zemek The bridegroom is stationed i^^^^'^ ''^'TT /'T . ^''''If at Camp Pendleton Calif Georgia Elizabeth Zemek and brother-in-law and sister, Mr, where the bride will join him in Norman F^BuchoIz, USAF.Iand Mrs. Allick Hanson, 4915 jl ^g fgll^ iThe Rev. J. M, Lav read the James Ave, —Highlight atudio Prudence Farina Soon to Wed Sept, 5 has been chosen as their wedding day by Prudence Farina and Eldon H. Farmer whose engagement Is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lt^vrence Farina, 1516 Willmor St. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mrs. James Farmer of Highlands, Texas, and tha lilt Ml. f MM 7:30 p.m. rites. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, George Zemek, H a r I i n g e n, Texas. Parents of the bridegroom are Mrs. Warren Voth, El Cajon, and Norman H. Bucholz, Racine. The couple will reside in Sacramento. Lt. Bucholz is a grad uate of San Diego State College, where he affiliated with Pi Kappa Alpha. The bride's attendants were Marianne Bucholz, sister of the bridegroom, Vassa Casey, Joanne Young and Virginia Zemek. Gene E. Bucholz was best man for his brother. The ushers were William Voth, Warren H. Voth Jr„ Paul Kendrick, Ray Albright and James Suverkrubbe. The ceremony preceded a re ception at the home of the bridegroom's mother. 200 TV Bible Students Complete Examinations WASHINGTON — — More than 200 students took final examinations here in the first Bible course ever offered via' television for college credit. The Saturday morning TV course was sponsored by the American Univariity, a Math- The new Mr. and Mrs. Bundy will reside at 1937'/j Kearney Ave. after a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. Suzanne Bodi Engaged to Wed Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bodi, 517 Shelley Dr., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Suzanne Margaret, to Rodney T. Auger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Auger of Escanaba, Mich. No .date has been set for the wtd4tBg. - Ch»rle« SUidlo MRS. JON E. LINDGREN (Judith Gctzin) Jon E. Lindgren and Judith Ann Golzin exchanged nuptial vows at 6' p.m. Saturday, July 2.'i, in Our Savior's Lutheran Church. The Rev. Ervin Bondo hoard tlie vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Gct/.in. Rt. 1, Sturtevant, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Verner Lindgren, 1514 Packard Ave. Given in marriage by her father,, the bride wore a ballerina- length gown of net over taffet- ta. It was styled with a Queen Anne collar studded with sequins and pearls, long sleeves and a lace apron front over ruffled net. Her illusion veil was caught to a crown. She carried a white orchid with white feathered carnations. Nancy Peterson, only attendant of the bride, wore a gown of white tulle over yellow taffeta featuring a scoop neckline and yellow cummerbund. She wore a white whimsey veil and carried white carnations centered with yellow rosebuds, David Burdick was best man, Paul Thomas and Klaus Tscheschlok ushered, A reception was held in the church parlor. After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the couple will live at 404 English St. St. Patrick's Church was the setting Saturday, July 18, for nuptial rites uniting Judie Wickersham, 2819 Hamilton Ave., and George W. Orth, son of Jacob Orth, 1643 Villa St. The Rev. Martin Gloudeman officiated at the 9 a.m. ceremony. Given in marriage by her brother - in - law, Edward J. Baker, the bride wore a gown of parchment taffeta accented with scrolls of Alencon lace. It was styled on princess lines with appliqued detail at the squared neckline and on the full skirt, which extended into a chapel sweep train. Her fingertip veil was secured to a crown of pearlized orange blossoms and rhinestones. She carried a white orchid with streamers of carnations. Mrs. Edward J. Baker was matron of honor for her sister and the bridesmaids were another sister, Diana Wickersham, arid Betty Ann Thomas. They wore identical aqua taffeta gowns with darker aqua cummerbunds and matching hats. They carried yellow roses and while carnations. Kathleen M. Evans, niece of the bridegroom, was miniature bride, wearing a replica of the bride's gown and veil. She carried a basket of yellow roses and white carnations. Robert J. Bauer Jr., nephew of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. Edmund J. Orth attended his brother as best man. The ushers were Jerome J. Orth, Helen Kasapian, Jerry Emerzian Say Vows Here J^rry Emerzian and his bride, the former Helen Kasapian, will make their home in Wai)- kegan after their wedding trip through northern Wisconsin. Parents of the' couple, who were married July 25 in St. Mesrob Apostolic Church, are Mr, and Mrs. Kaprial Kasapian, 954 Huron St., and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Emerzian of Waukegan. For the wedding ceremony, performed by the Rev. Varoo- jan Kabaradjian of Evanston. the bride chose a gown of rose- point lace and tulle with iridescent sequins borderihg the scalloped sabrina neckline. Lace flowers, also accented with sequins, were appliqued on the tiered skirt. An open crown of pearls, in wedding ring motif, held her fingertip French illusion veil, and she Carrie^ a white orchid with carnations as her father gave her in'marriage. The attendants who preceded her included her maid of honor, Mary Chobanian, and three bridesmaids, Ann Emerzian, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Mary Kalashian of West Allis and Mrs. Lucy Azarian, sisters of the bride. Also in the bridal party were the bride's niece, Carol Jean Azarian,, as a miniature bride and the bride's nephew, Edward Kalashian, as the miniature bridegroom. The adult aides wore white chiffon over taffeta with two- tone pink cummerbunds circling their waists and becoming back panels. They wore matching white horsehair picture hats with pink rosebuds and carried pink carnations and red roses, Sarkis Emerzian was best man for his brother and completing the wedding party were Nazar Kalashian, Sahag Vartanian and Dave Azarian, nephew of the bride. Another nephew, Ned Azarian, was soloist for'the ceremony. The nuptial music was sung by the St. Mesrob choir. For her daughter's marriage | and the large reception in Memorial Hall afterward, Mrs. KaSapian wore pink lace with while accessories and Mrs. Emerzian, mother of the bridegroom, blue lace with white accessories. Both had orchid corsages. Prior to her marriage the! bride was the guest of honor at a party given by her attendants. Co-workers at Hamilton Beach arranged a dinner for her at which she was presented a gift from the group. -Knlnlck Photo MRS. JERRY EMERZIAN (Helen Kasapian) Lieufenanf Weds MISS Quamme The marriage of Constance Jean Quamme, daughter of Lt. Cmdr. Wesley J. Quamme, USCG, and Mrs. Quamme of Portsmouth, Va., to Lt. j.g. William F. Fahey, USNR, took place recently in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at the U.S. Naval Station in Norfolk, Va. The Quammes for merly resided at 1633 Erie St The bridegroom is the con o Mr. and Mrs. William H. Fahey of New York City. The bride's embroidered or gandy gown had an empire bodice banded in white satin topping a full intermission length skirt which extended to form a chapel train. A plateau of embroidered organdy held her ballerina length veil and she carried a Bible topped with a white orchid as her father gave her in marriage. Ballerina frocks of pale blue chiffon with matching picture hats were worn by the attend Joseph HIavaceks Wed in Befhesda A reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oesau, 2000 Grjind Ave., honored their daughter, Joan Diane, and her bridegroom, Joseph John Hlavacek, after their marriage July 1 in B e th e s d a Lutheran Church. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mh. Glen Martin, Route 1, Caledonia. For the ceremony, read by the Rev. Douglas Lindgren, the bride selected a gown of rose- point fece and tulle. The fitted bodice of lace was styled with a tulle yoke below the scal- oped sabrina neckline with Us accents of seed pearls. The full .skirt had lace panel sand appli ques of lace in flower design. The skirt ended in a sweep train. Her fingertip Illusion veil fell from a ballerina crown of iridescent sequins and pearls and she carried a cascade of MRS. JOSEPH HLAVACEK (Joan Oesau) white roses, white carnations and stephanotis. M^IS. WILLIAM FAHEY (Constance Quamme) ants. Maid of honor was Gail O'Connor of New York and bridesmaids were Mrs. J. Lantz, Louise Herrin both of' New York, and Jane Bell of Ports- Her father gave her in marriage. Sharon Hanson was the bride's maid of honor. Patricia Hiavacek, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid and ;Shirley Oesau, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. I Nancy Neis .served as flower girl and Lenard Martin, brother of the bridegroom, as ring bearer. The honor attendant and bridesmaid wore bailer 1 n a length frocks of white nylon with tiny pink rose print, and 1 pink cummerbunds. They carried pink roses and carnations. Junior bridesmaid and flower girl were in white flocked nylon with pink cummerbunds. The flower girl carried a basket of pink roses and carnations. Gilbert Schwulst served as best man and ushers were the bride's brother, Donald Oesau, and the bridegroom's brother- in-law, James Choinski. The bride's mother wore a dress of powder blue lace with white accessories and the mouth. Barbara Thompson of I bridegroom's mother a blue Norfolk was the flower girl. ^ith matching bolero and white accessories, corsages of pink Both had roses and carnations. The young HIavaceks will make their home at lllS'/a LaSalle St., upon their return from northern Wisconsin. Daniel Fahey was hisi brother's best man and groomsmen were Kenneth Clark, Peter Murphy and J. Lantz, all of New York. Mrs. Quamme chose a sheath j of willow green Chantilly lace with matching feather hat and accessories, with which she wore a lavender orchid. Mrs. Fahey, mother of the bridegroom, was in pink Chantilly lace with beige accessories. Foot comfort depends She too had a lavender orchid, the fit of your stockings. Upon leaving the chapel the Hose rfiot Fit Properly Insure Foot Comfort on Ingrid Deichmann Set Wedding Date Announcement of the engagement of Ingrid Deichmann to Sp. 4/c James J. Langley is being made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Deichmann of Goslar, Germany. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Langley, 818 Romayne Ave. Their marriage will be solemnized Dec. 26 in Germany. Rear Vision Mirror Hides Midget Radio ROME — An Italian concern is marketing an automobile rear vision mirror that has built-in radio. bridal couple passed under the traditional arch of swords. They received guests at a reception and buffet at Breezy Point Officers' Club before eaving on a wedding trip. Tlfey will reside in New York City. -Mezlnli atudio MRS. GEORGE W. ORTH (Judie Wickershanf) Paul A. Kraemer and Edward R. Evans. The wedding breakfast was given by Mrs. Robert Bauer and a dinner was held at Whitey's. The couple greeted 200 guests at a reception at Union Labor Center. After a wedding trip to the southern states and Mexico, the new Mr. »and Mrs. Orth IwlU rtildt at 2207 LaStUa St 1959 Cars are as hreathtakingly low as our finance rates Beware of the too-small stocking because all stockings tend to shrink from perspiration. So, buy a size that gives at least a half-inch of wiggle" many things. One of them is space from the big toe. M*mb«r r.o,i.o. 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