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July 11, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 35

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James Nicholls Claims Bride July 3; Pair to Live in Newington, Conn. Nuptial promises were exchanged by Judith E. Hans and James E. Nicholls in a 6 p.m. ceremony on July 3 jn Grace Methodist Church of Lake Bluff, III. The Rev. Ernest Carder officiated at the rites which preceded a reception at Lake Forest Academy. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Hans of McHenry, 111., and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Michael Nicholls of 3550 Osborne Blvd. After a camping trip to northern Minnesota, the bridal pair will live in Newington, Conn. The bridegroom, a mechanical engineering graduate of the University of Wisconsin, has been associated during the past year with the UW geophysics department spending three months in Antarctica. Late this month he will join United Aircraft Research Company in Hartford, Conn. The bride, also a UW graduate, will teach next year in Newington. Her sorority is Kappa Alpha Theta and her husband is a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon. For her marriage, the new Mrs. Nicholls wore a satin gown with a sculptured neckline, pearl and teardrop accents and a chapel sweep. An Alencon lace mantilla and satin bow detailed the back of the semi-bell skirt and white gardenias and pink roses were combined with foliage in her bouquet. She was given in marriage by her father. Cheryl Lynn Wittrock was her honor aide and Susan Sappenfield, Judith A. Greg- cry, Mrs. J. Wesley Blackwell, Mrs. Charles Holt and Sandra Boice were bridesmaids. They wore empire floor length gowns of white schlffle embroidered organza over pink taffeta. Crowns of pink roses and ivy were their headpieces and they carried matching umbrellas accented by pink roses. Lee Ann Stephenson was flower girl in a similar ensemble. -Richard Matt Photo MRS. JAMES NICHOLLS (Judith E. Hans) Suzanne Sfeffen to Be Bride George Jiracek was best man. John Christoffel, Steven Nicholls, M. James Hans, Richard Daly and James Bowers escorted the bridesmaids and Harry P. Hans, Edward Christian Wittrock and Allen M. Dombrow were ushers. The bride's mother saw the ceremony in a pale yellow silk floor length gown with a gardenia corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore floor length mint green chiffon with green cymbidium orchids. —F. J. Fechman Studio Suzanne Steffen Mr. and Mrs. Guilford Steffen, 1653 Grange Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter, Suzanne, to Jerry V. Caswell of Sommerville, Mass. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Caswell, Marblehead, Mass. The bride-to-be, a grad uate of Lawrence College Appleton, is working to wards an MA degree at the University of Wisconsin- Madison. Her fiance, a grad uate of Brandeis Universi ty, is working at the Bran deis Library in Waltham Mass. They plan to be married Aug. 21 in North Adams Mass. Felfon-Sfeiner Nupfials Held af St Edward's Wedding promises of Kathryn Helen Steiner and Dennis Arnold Felton were exchanged before the Rev. Richard J. Schaefer at 9:30 a.m. July 3 in St. Edward's Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon C. Steiner of 3510 Wright Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold W. Felton of 1605 Grange Ave. are parents of the bridegroom. Escorted by her father, the bride appeared in a traditionally styled floor length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. Sequins dotted the scalloped sabrlna neckline and long sleeves, and the sheath skirt had a scalloped hemline. The back featured a bow-detailed detachable chapel train. Her two-tiered bouffant veil fell from a Swedish crown of pearls and crystals and she carried an arm bouquet of white roses and ivy. Carol Johnson, the maid of honor, and Diane Felton, sister of the bridegroom who served as bridesmaid, were dressed identically in white sheer over taffeta. Their floor length frocks had empire bodices with kabuki sleeves accented with white Venise lace, and detachable watteau panel backs. They wore matching taffeta headbows with circular veils and carried crescent bouquets of tropicana roses with ivy. The wedding party includ- —Camera House MRS. DENNIS FELTON (Kathryn Steiner) ed the bride's niece, RaeAnn Granger, as charm girl, wear ing white sheer over taffeta and John Douglass, nephew of the bride, who was the ring bearer. Dennis Hoffman was the best man with Michael Lang don as groomsman. Richard Granger and Raymond Pfeiffer were the ushers. The ceremony preceded a luncheon at the home of the bride's parents, and a dinner and reception at S. C. Johnson Hall in the evening. For the day's events, the bride's mother chose a turquoise silk sheath and the bridegroom's mother a blue crepe sheath. Both had matching accessories and white orchid corsages. The Feltons visited Michigan on their wedding trip. THE BUTCHER SHOP 417 6th St. 634-4122 MONDAY and TUESDAY ONLY! Wiitiie Supply Lasts . . . YOUNG, TENDER g% ^ FRYERS 25 Lois Nelson, Joel Kavanaugh Wed in Madison Lois Jean Nelson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Laurence Nelson of 2338 S. Green Bay Road, became the bride of Joel Francis Kavanaugh on July 3 in St. Patrick's Church, Madison. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. JO' seph J. Kavanaugh of Fargo N. D. Dr. Timothy J. Donovan, ^"'"'^ Janet Hansen, Margaret Kring Are Wed KACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white brocade sheath, street length, with matching coat. Her beaded pillbox had a blush vei and she carried a white or chid. Attending the couple were Mary Claire Nelson, sister of the bride, and James Kavanaugh of Minneapolis, brother of the bridegroom. Thomas Sterrey of Madison ushered. Miss Nelson wore a white inen sheath with yellow coat, white accessories, and a yel- ow headbow with blush veil. She carried a yellow orchid. Mrs. Nelson witnessed her daughter's wedding, and attended the luncheon for relatives and close friends at the Midway Motel, in a white sheath with turquoise peau de sole coat, turquoise accessories, and a corsage of white baby roses. Mrs. Kavanaugh, mother of the bridegroom, was in a pink linen sheath with white accessories and a corsage of pink and white baby roses. After a trip to northern Minnesota, the Kavanaughs will be at home in Sun Village, Sun Prairie, Wis. The bride, a graduate of Prospect Hall, Milwaukee, is secretary for the Francis I. DuPont Co. in Madison. Her husband is an alumnus of Marquette University and a sales representative in Madison for William H. Rorer Co. After a trip to Mackinac Island, Dr. Timothy J. Donovan and his bride, the former Margaret Sue Kring, will be at home in Madison at 1351 South St. while he takes his residency at University Hos pitals in that city. Doctor Donovan, son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley T. Donovan of 1612 Park Ave., and his bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kring of Dear- bom, Mich., exchanged their wedding vows June 26 in St. Mary's Catholic Church in Wayne, Mich. The Rev. J. T. Dulin, S.J., of Loyola University in Chicago, a cousin of the bridegroom, officiated at the noon ceremony, which preceded a reception at the Metropolitan Club In Dearborn. Embroidery embellished the round neck and the bell skirt of the bride's silk organza gown, designed with detachable train. Her shoulder length veil was secured by a cabbage rose dotted with pearls, and her jewelry was a strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. Her flowers were white roses and stephanotls. She was given In marriage by her father. —allies studio MRS. TIMOTHY DONOVAN (Margaret Kring) Teachers Plan August Wedding Barbara Queen of Wayne, Mich, was her maid of honor and bridesmaids were a sister, Linda Kring, and Jean Carbine of Battle Creek, Mich., a cousin of the bride. Their aqua shantung gowns had square necks, elbow sleeves, embroidered c u m m erbunds and floor length sheath skirts. They wore matching shoulder veils and carried aqua carnations and white stephanotls. For her duties as flower girl, Kim Kring, the bride's niece, wore a floor length white dress with aqua embroidery and carried a basket of aqua carnations. Thomas Smith of Racine was the best man. The wedding party included the bridegroom's brothers, Richard and S, Thomas Donovan as groomsmen, and Dennis Donovan as Mass server. Ushers were Dr. Joseph Burtka of Detroit, Dr. Arvid Johnson of Lake Geneva, and Dr. John Hamacher of Madison. Mrs. Kring witnessed her daughter's wedding and attended the reception In a pale green frock with matching jacket, white accessories and a corsage of white roses. Mrs. Donovan, mother of the bridegroom, was in a shell pink crepe sheath with matching lace coat and shocking pink accessories. White roses formed her corsage. The bride is a 1963 graduate of Western Michigan University at Kalamazoo. Her husband, an alumnus of the University of Wisconsin- Madison, has just completed his internship at Wayne County General Hospital in Eloise, Mich. Prior to the wedding, the senior Mrs. Donovan was hostess at a tea for the bride at her home. Doctor and Mrs. Donovan entertained the immediate families and members of the bridal party at a rehearsal dinner at the Colonial House in Dearborn. Linda Gillmore Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Gillmore of Hutchinson, Kan., announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Elizabeth, to Jerry W. Wilkerson. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Wilkerson, Nashville, Tenn. The bride-elect resides at 920'/^ Belmont Ave. and teaches at William Horllck High School. She is a graduate of Kansas State University. The prospective bridegroom, also a teacher at Horllck, resides at 516 Park View. He received a bachelor of journalism degree from the University of Missouri and an MS from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. The couple is planning an Aug. 29 wedding in Kansas. Patricia Nelson Is Married at Holy Trinity Holy Trinity Church was the setting for the marriage of Patricia Nelson and Albert Mohrbacher, who exchanged vows at 10 a.m. on July 3 before the Rev. S. V. Labaj. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orval Nelson of 311 Summerset Drive and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mohrbacher of 3218 Fox Drive. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of organza and lace with a scalloped, sequin trimmed Sabrina neckline and a bouffant skirt which extended into a chapel train detailed by back ruffles. A lace plateau secured her veil and red roses and white carnations were combined with stephanotis In her bouquet. Sandra Nelson was her sister's honor aid and Kim Mohrbacher, the bridegroom's sister, and Nancy Bolton were bridesmaids. They wore floor length yellow chiffon gowns with scoop necklines and waist bows. Andrew Emmrich was best man and Bob Emmrich and Dean Lundquist The marriage of Janet C. Hansen and Dean A. Lundquist, both students at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, took place June 5 in St. Edward's Church with the Rev. Anthony Hlrt officiating. They will reside in Milwaukee at 1931 A. E. Kenwood Blvd. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forest W. Hansen of 1327 Deane Blvd. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Marcella Lundquist of Rice Lake, Wis. The former Miss Hansen wore the wedding gown of her sister and matron of honor, Mrs. Patricia Hammel, and the veil worn by another sister, Mrs. Richard Garski. The gown, of white silk organza, had a fitted basque with scal- oped neckline and three quarter sleeves. The bouffant skirt was appliqued with velvet motifs and had satin side panels which extended to form a chapel train. The veil of Imported Illusion was caught to a hand-rolled rose of peau de soie dotted with seed pearls and crystals. She carried white orchids, gardenias and yellow roses combined with ivy. Mrs. Hammel was in street length frock of shrimp —Suchanek Photo MRS. DEAN LUNDQUIST (Janet Hansen) NEW LOW PRICES on JEWELRY with the TAX OFF at Brenner's With tha compUtt removal of the Federol tax on jewelry, diamonds, watches, lilverwart (leather goods, clocks) we ore more than pleased to pass the largo savings on to you. Prices are now reduced and our selection is large and varied. So visit us soon and let us help you select a truly fine gift at a price well within your budget. SAVE ANOTHER 10% on ALL LADIES' SUMMER and YEAR 'ROUND JEWELRY! Celebrate With Us and Share the Sayings BRENNER'S JEWELRY 530 Main — On the Square Since 1933 ) —Charles Studio MRS. ALBERT MOHRBACHER JR. (Patricia Nelson) Art Henkes escorted the bridesmaids. After a reception at Dania Hall, the bridal pair left for a trip to Whitewater Lake. They are living at 1311 Virginia St. colored crystal peau de soie and the bridesmaids, Susan Hansen and Anita Hansen, sisters of the bride, in pale gold and willow green respectively. They carried carnations tipped to match their dresses, and yellow roses. The best man was Loren Rivard. Groomsmen were Arnold Clement, the bridegroom's cousin, and Craig Brewer. Ushers were Lawrence Hansen, brother of the bride, and James P. O'Brien. Altar boys were the bride's brother, David Hansen, and a cousin, William Sheahan. For the wedding and the reception at the Red Carpet Inn, the bride's mother selected a three-piece ensemble of pink lace and a corsage of white carnations and pink roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a two-piece aqua costume and a corsage of sweetheart roses and white carnations. Three miscellaneous showers and a personal shower were among the pre-nuptlal parties given for Mrs. Dennis Felton, the former Kathryn Steiner. Carol Johnson, her maid of honor, was hostess at the personal shower. Sharing hostess duties at the first miscellaneous shower were Mrs. Edward Ericksen and Mrs. Bradford Emerson, aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Richard Granger and Mrs. Donald Douglass, sisters of the bride. Co-hostesses at the home of Mrs. Jones Felton, grandmother of the bridegroom, were Mrs. Felton, Mrs. Robert Felton and Mrs. Raymond Felton. The third miscellaneous shower, at the home of Mrs. Arnold Felton, mother of the bridegroom, had Mrs. Felton, Mrs. Stanley Krough, Mrs. William Geersten, Mrs. Raymond Pfeiffer, Mrs. Car Stuhr, Mrs. Walter Johnson and Mrs. Edward Tomasek as assisting hostesses. Co-workers of the bride at the J. I. Case Co. office honored her at a luncheon at Dania Hall. The Arold Fel­ tons were hosts at the rehearsal party at their home. A personal shower, given by Mrs. Thomas Nitsch of 2419 Olive St., was the first of a series of parties honoring Mrs. James Anthony Bauer, the former Kay Carroll, whose marriage took place July 3. She received miscellaneous gifts at showers given by Mrs. James Fredericks and Mrs. Eldon Galligan at the latter's home, 3406 Washington Ave., and also by Theresa and Dorothy Bauer at their home, 1515 Ellis Ave. Neighbors of the bride were guests at the shower given by Mrs. Henry Vogl at her home, 1022 Lathrop Ave. Gifts for the bride's future pantry and electrical appliances were presented her when Theresa Bauer and Mrs. Frank Zurawski entertained at the Zurawski home, 7550 Botting Road. The bridegroom's parents, the Fred P. Bauers, were hosts at the rehearsal party at their home, 1515 Ellis Ave. To honor Mrs. William N. Wendt III, the former Sharon Sacket, her aunt, Mrs. Robert L. McQueen, and her cousin, Barbara Jean McQueen, entertained at a luncheon and miscellaneous shower at Racine Country Club. Three hostesses, Irene Lentz, Mrs. Robert Bull and Mrs. William Phillips, arranged a surprise personal shower at the Phillips home, 2500 Jacato Drive. A dinner in honor of the couple was given by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Crowley of 1643 College Ave. at their home. The bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sterling Sacket Sr., gave the rehearsal dinner at the Clayton House. Prior to the June 26 marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Chovan, the bride, the former Mary Ellen Bellaire, was honored at a number of showers. Among them were the miscellaneous shower given by aunts of the bridegroom, at the home of Mrs. Richard Gabbey of 3728 Mercury Lane, with Mrs. Gabbey, Mrs. Santo Garbo and Mrs, Sam Garbo as co-hostesses. Another miscellaneous shower was given by the bride's sister, Mrs. Leland Hanson, of 3219 Moorland Ave., and Karen Hanson. The bride received personal gifts at the shower given by her maid of honor, Diane Zak, and her mother, Mrs. Charles Zak, at their home, 2419 Loraine Ave. A trio of parties preceded the recent marriage of Judith E. Hans and James E. Nicholls Mrs. Paul Jessup and Mrs. Donald Johnson entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of the former and a similar shower was combined with a luncheon when Mrs. Martin Hans and Mrs. Doris Hans Dombrow were hostesses at the Martin Hans home. Miss Cheryl Wittrock, Miss Judy Gregory and Mrs. J. Wesley Blackwell gave a shower and luncheon at the Wittrock home. Before the wedding, the bride was honored at a miscellaneous shower for which Mrs. Hammel, the matron of honor, was hostess at her home. Pre-nuptial entertaining for Mrs. John A. Stover, the former Ruth Clay, began in Northbrook, 111., where Mrs. Paul Herbert was hostess at a kitchen shower. The bride's former apartment-mates, Linda Rowe, Susan Smith and Nancy Watts, arranged a miscellaneous shower for her and she received gifts of crystal at the luncheon-shower given by Mrs. Everett Hanson and her daughter, Mrs. John Heunink. Another miscellaneous shower had Mrs. John Trumbull as hostess and a linen shower was given by Mrs. T. H. Widmer. Mr. and Mrs. James S. Clay III entertained at a cocktail party for the couple. Hosts at the rehearsal dinner, at Oage Thomsons in Kenosha, were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stover of Glenview, 111. Carol Helen Becker was honored at several parties before her recent marriage to Ronald Robert Olson. Mrs. Herbert R. Weinbrenner was hostess at a miscellaneous shower at her home, ' 1 Daisy Lane and Mrs. R it W. Bolton and Mrs. Henry G. Christensen entertained at a linen shower at the Bolton home, 2317 Webster St. Mrs. Harry E. Cooper of 5229 S. Lakeshore Drive gave a luncheon and personal shower at her home. Prior to the rites, the bridegroom was honored at a bachelor party at the Clover Club hosted by Michael Pfeiffer. ,tDi Kaye-Christy's Open Mon. 'til IN UPTOWN 9 G OLD B L ATT'S DAV thd DAV OUT. 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