4C ""'''ll^VTS^ Bride's Ensemble Carries Ouf Klem-Page Vows Are Pledged in Kenosha Church Charles Rudolph Klem and his bride, the former Mary Francis Page, whose marriage took place July 3, will make their future home in Kenosha. The bride is the daughter of James Page of 1101 11th Ave., Union Grove. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Klem of Kenosha. The Rev. Michael Dutko officiated at their marriage in St. Anthony's Catholic Church, and a dinner at the Kenosha Veterans of Foreign Wars Club, and an evening reception at the same site, followed. The bride wore a gown of peau taffeta. The fitted bodice, appliqued with Alencon lace, topped a sheath skirt and detachable overskirt that extended to form a circular train. A pearl trimmed crown held her Swiss illusion veil, and she carried a bouquet of Old, New, Borrowed, Blue Legend Wedding traditions of something old, something new, something borrowed and something blue" were observed in the ensemble of Dinah Lee Hult when she be- —F. J. Pechman Studio MRS. J. F. PATRYKUS (Dinah Halt) —Sterelczyk Photo MRS. CHARLES KLEM (Mary Page) white carnations and lilies of the valley. She was given in marriage by her father. Preceding her were a maid of honor, Mary Highman, and three bridesmaids, Nancy Blum, Ellen Dick and Carol Dostal. They were dressed in gowns of light blue crepe with empire bodices of white lace. Their flowers were blue carnations and lilies of the valley. The bridegroom's cousin, Ann Klem, was the flower girl, wearing a pink floor length dress and matching headpiece. Attending the bridegroom were his brother, Thomas Klem, as best man, and Frank Andreoli, John Klem and Tom Atkins as groomsmen. Ushers were Richard Henry and Anthony Bonn. The Klems are residing at 3514 50th St., Kenosha. The bridegroom is employed at American Motors Corp. and the bride at St. Catherine's Hospital. came the bride of James Franklin Patrykus on July 3. The marriage took place at 12:30 p.m. in St. Patrick's Church with the Rev. Daniel Cawthon of Tulsa, Okla., performing the ceremony, and another priest-friend, the Rev. Russell Roetzer of Kenosha, at the organ for the proces sional and recessional. The soloist, Alana Harris, was accompanied by Loren Trick. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Roy Louis Hult of 1713 West Blvd. and the late Mr. Hult. For "something old," she wore the diamond-and- gold family heirloom ring, lent by her sister-in-law, Mrs. David Hult. "Something new and something blue" was the rosary entwined in her bouquet of white roses, carnations and ivy, and "something borrowed" was her crown of pearls and rhinestones, previously worn by Mrs. Robert Pomeday. She was given in marriage by her brother, David Roy Hult. Her silk organza gown had a cummerbund of re-embroidered Alencon lace, with the lace trim repeated on the A-line bell skirt and detachable chapel train. The attendants who preceded her were in petal pink crepe over satin. Mary Lynn Hult was her sister's maid of honor and bridesmaids were Pamela Joyce Damm and Mrs. James Hoffman (Bonnie Duncan). Their gowns had empire bodices and ankle length sheath skirts. The matching headpieces were caught to the hair with small clusters of pink baby carnations and rosebuds, and they carried the same flowers in their colonial bouquets. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Patrykus of Wisconsin Rapids, had his brother, David Patrykus, as best man. Groomsmen were Robert Pomeday and Gerald Hubert, and ushers were Mike Iggulden and Robert Lanquette. To witness her daughter's wedding and attend the afternoon luncheon in the Elmer Voigt Room of the YMCA, the bride's mother wore a blue and white costume with blue accessories, and the bridegroom's mother a pink wool summer suit with white accessories. Pink carnations and rosebuds were combined in their corsages. After a trip through northern Wisconsin and Michigan, the bridal pair will be at home at 514 18th St., Racine. The bridegroom, an alumnus of Holy Cross Seminary, recently completed his course in elementary education at Dominican College, and will teach in the Unified School District this fall. The bride is employed at First Credit- Pacific Finance Corp. Prenuptial parties for the bride included a miscellaneous shower in Wisconsin Rapids, given by Mrs. Fred Patrykus and Mrs. David Patrykus, and a kitchen shower in Waupaca, Wis., for which the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Norman Niemuth, was hostess. In Racine, Pamela Damm was hostess at a personal shower in the bride's honor. —Charles Studio Cynthia May Cynthia May Is Engaged Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy May, 1543 West Blvd., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Cynthia, to Peter Bell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bell, Middleton. The bride-elect is a French major at Wisconsin State University-Whitewater and is affiliated with Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority. Her fiance is an accounting major at the university and a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. RufhM.CIdy Becomes Bride of John Sfover The marriage of Ruth Margaret Clay, daughter of Mrs. James S. Clay Jr. of 2901 Olive St., and John A, Stover, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Stover of Glenview, 111., took place at noon June 26 in Holy Trinity Catholic Church with the Rev. Steven J. Labaj officiating. Victorian lace bordered the bride's floor length white linen shantung tunic-style dress and train. Her illusion veil was caught to a circlet of white rose buds and she carried white roses combined with stephanotis and ivy. The bride's brother, James S. Clay III, gave her in marriage. Mrs. Clay was her matron of honor and Judith Healy of Evanston was the bridesmaid. The bridal attendants were in pink silk shantung, floor length. Three cabbage roses of the shantung formed their headpieces, and two similar cabbage roses detailed the back of their frocks. They carried pink roses surrounded by white carnations. William Stover was his brother's best man with Dr. John Schultz of Chicago as groomsman. Ushers were David Foran, Eugene Luptak and Paul Lively, cousin of the bride. For her daughter's wedding MRS. JOHN STOVER (Ruth Clay) and the luncheon at the Woman's Club afterward, Mrs. Clay wore a green silk sheath with lace accents and matching accessories. Her flowers were white orchids. Mrs. Stover, mother of the bridegroom, was in a blue silk jacket and dress with matching accessories and a corsage of pink orchids. After a week in northern Wisconsin, the young Stovers are at home at 4544 N. Oakland Ave., Whitefish Bay. The bride, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and a member of Alpha Xi Delta, is employed at the Milwaukee Children's Day Care Center. Her husband is a member of the Milwaukee Journal staff. He is an alumnus of Marquette University and a member of Sigma Delta Chi. Helbling-Pfeil Ceremony Read af Sf, Joseph's St. Joseph's Church was the setting for the June 26 nuptial ceremony, performed by the Rev. Roger Boesch, uniting Pamela Eileen Pfeil and William Charles Helbling. Immediately after the wedding, the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Pfeil of 1101 Cedar Creek St., entertained at their home, preceding a dinner at the Hobnob for the bridal party and immediate families. The bride appeared in a floor length gown of peau taffeta and Chantilly lace. The lace bodice had a scalloped neckline and long sleeves. The bell skirt was topped by split back panel with appli ques of the lace. Her illusion veil was gathered to a jeweled crown and she carried white carnations and white roses in a cascade arrangement. Her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. Richard Anderson, her sole attendant, was in a floor length gown of pink linen with white embroidery detailing the skirt. A white velvet sash circled the waistline and fell in streamers at the back. She held a colonial bouquet of white carnations and pink roses. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank N. Helbling of 2130 Golf Ave., had Michael Verhaeghe as his best —Samuel's Portrait MRS. WILLIAM HELBLING (Pamela Pfeil) man. Ushers were Randall Pfeil and Kenneth Allen. The bride's mother wore a beige lace sheath with beige and brown accessories and a corsage of white carnations and yellow tea roses. The bridegroom's mother selected a mint green lace sheath and jacket with white accessories and a corsage of white carnations and pink tea roses. The Helblings will reside at 9437 Spring St. The bridegroom is employed by the Korndoerfer Construction Co. A pre-nuptial personal shower for the bride was given by Mrs. Richard Anderson and Mrs. Nick Cespkes at the home of the latter, 2123 Ashland Ave. Fveryf/twqES^ SOLD MJ,e BARE WALLS %f^X /111 7- —Samuel's Portrait Laura Francis October Bride Laura Francis and her fiance John M. Staven, whose engagement is being announced by her parents, have chosen October as the month for their wedding. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John Francis, Route 1, Box 227, Sturtevant, and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Staven, Route 1, Box 245, Union Grove. NOW! FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! 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