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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 37

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Sunday, July 11, 1965
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Carol Becker, R, R, Olson Say Vows In Lakeshore Garden Seffing The lakeshore garden of her parents' home was the setting for the marriage of Carol Helen Becker and Ronald Robert Olson. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Becker of 5133 S. Lakeshore Drive and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto L. Olson of 1410 Carlisle Ave. exchanged vows before the Rev, W. R. Wold in a 6 p.m. rite on July 3. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length empire gown of white silk shantung with elbow length sleeves and self covered buttons detailing the bodice which was accented at the back by a double chiffon train which fell from the shoulders. A Juliet cap of white daisies held her floor length chiffon veil and white daisies, stephanotis and ivy formed her bouquet. A handkerchief of ivory linen and imported lace, carried by the bride's mother at her wedding, completed the bridal costume. Lovice Becker was her sister's honor aide in a pale aqua floor length gown of crepe with picot-edged aqua ribbon detailing. Sally E. Olson and Jacqueline R. Olson, sisters of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids in similar , —Ouldo Studio MRS. RONALD OLSON (Carol Becker) Sue York Couple Plans Sepfember Vows The engagement of Sue York to James R. Schirott has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen York of Ma:rion, Ind. Parents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Eugene Schirott, 1104 Harmony Drive. The bride-elect is a graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Fort Wayne, Ind. Her fiance is a graduate of Indiana Institute of Technology in Fort Wayne and is affiliated with Sigma Phi Delta fraternity. He plans to enter the Houston School of Law in Houston, Texas, in the fall. A Sept. 4 wedding is planned by the couple. NUTS ARE IN The original Waldorf salad did not call for nuts, but these days most cooks like to add walnuts to the combination of apple, celery and mayonnaise. pale yellow gowns. Bow headpieces matching their gowns and bouquets of daisies completed the senior aides' ensembles. Sandra, Heidi and Carey Weinbrenner were junior bridesmaids in white dotted Swiss frocks with yellow sashes and bows and Amy Weinbrenner was flower girl in a similar dress with blue accents. Circlets of daisies were the headcoverings and the same flowers were repeated in their bouquets. The bridegroom was attended by Michael Pfeiffer, the best man, and Benjamin T. Chadwick and Peter Dupuis. Ushers were William Alan Becker, the bride's brother, and Thomas A. Kexel, a cousin of the bridegroom. For the ceremony and a buffet supper afterward, Mrs. Becker wore a costume of bone silk organza over a bone, apricot and green silk print with a co-ordinated apricot coat. Her flowers were ivory and apricot roses. The bridegroom's mother chose a cocoa brown sheath with matching lace jacket and a corsage of white roses. After a trip to Eagle River, the bridal pair will live at 1206 Carlisle Ave. The bride attended the University of Wisconsin in Racine. Her husband, who atended the UWR and the University of Wisconsin in Milwaukee, is employed by Hamilton-Beach, Inc. MISS Lindner, Indiana Man Exchange Vows Judith Joan Lindner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Louis Lindner, former Racine residents now residing in Milwaukee, became the bride of Eugene Robert Sriver of Gary, Ind., in a 4 p.m. ceremony on July 10. The Rev. Kenneth S. Knoespel heard the couple's vows in Wauwatosa Evangelical United Brethren Church. The rites preceded a reception at Monticello Tennis Club, Jackson, Wis., and a trip through northern Wisconsin. The young Srivers are making their home at 406 S. Hancock St., Gary. The bride, who received a bachelor of science degree from Milwaukee Downer College and a master of science degree from Purdue University, is employed by the Gary school system. Her husband, Can Woolens Be Machine-Washed? Are machine washable woolens available? Some woolens are on the market that will wash in warm water in an automatic washer. More are being developed in U.S. Department of Agriculture research laboratories, according to Ruth Diez, clothing specialist at the University of Wisconsin. The test fabrics are produced by a treatment which puts a thin film on the surface of the wool fibers. At present, this treated wool keeps its wearing warmth and draping qualities and shrinks less than 5 per cent. Wool fabrics now on the market are labeled that shrinkage is less than 3 per cent. This means that it's best to pre- shrink before making a garment. liiii —Charles Studio MRS. EUGENE SRIVER (Judith Lindner) the son of Mrs. Willis Sriver of Gary, received his bachelor's degree from Indiana University and is employed in Gary by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of white linen and Swiss embroidery with a bateau neckline and floor- length, A-line skirt. A crown accented by matching embroidery held her chapel veil and white tea roses, carnations, daisies and ivy were combined in her bouquet. She was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. Charles H. Frahm of Racine was matron of honor and Mrs. Richard Mahoney was bridesmaid. They wore long gowns of yellow Italian cotton with scoop necklines and pleated skirts. Fresh daisies formed their crowns and were repeated in their bouquets. Richard Mahoney was best man and Charles H. Frahm and Robert Beaumier of Milwaukee were ushers. For the day's events, the bride's mother wore a pink embroidered linen sheath and the bridegroom's mother was in Dior blue lace. Both mothers had corsages of white carnations and baby roses. WALLPAPER A clean art gum eraser is often helpful in removing marks from wallpaper. —Alfred * Pabrls Studio MRS. DONALD BODEAU (Aloha Nodecker) Donald Bodeau Claims Bride in California Donald Bodeau claimed Aloha Nodecker as his bride in a ceremony solemnized on July 19 in St. Basil's Church of Los Angeles, Calif. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nodecker of Los Angeles and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bodeau of 3412 13th St. The young Bodeaus are living at 11727 Mayfield Ave., Los Angeles, after a three week trip to Hawaii. A reception at the bride's parental home preceded their departure. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a wedding dress of white slipper satin with a Sabrina neckline trimmed by crystal and seed pearls. A cathedral length veil of appliqued tulle and a bouquet of white roses and orchids completed her costume. Her attendants were Denise Provencher of Los Angeles, the maid of honor; Marlene Enzler, Los Angeles, and Peggy Hattaway, South Pasadena, the bridesmaids; and Mary Hamlin of Colorado Springs, the bride's niece and flower girl. Walter Doyle, Los Angeles, was best man for the bridegroom, who was graduated from the University of Wisconsin, where he affiliated with Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. Ushers were the bridegroom's brother, Robert Bodeau of Minneapolis, and his brother - in - law, James Hamlin of Colorado Springs. Cousins of the bride, Todd and Kane Auwater of Glendale, Calif., were ring bearers. Lutheran Leader Resigns Post GENEVA —IJP)— The Rev. Dr. Kurt Schmidt-Clausen, 44, a German clergyman, has resigned as general secretary of the Lutheran World Federation, which includes 70 Lutheran church bodies in 42 countries with a combined membership of 55 million. Doctor Schmidt - Clausen resigned to take a post with his home church of Hannover, Germany. A successor still is to be chosen. Both his predecessors were Americans. Tricks to Keep Cool By It's not enough to keep cool in,hot, humid weather; you owe it to yourself to be comfortable as well. And there's a trick to it . . . several, as a matter of fact: Dust a little talcum powder inside your girdle and your shoes. This is a comforting touch that helps skin resist rubbing or chafing—makes for a lighter step. Avoid tight clothes, tight belts, waist cinchers, and materials that tend to wrinkle easily. On a very hot day, a plain color seems cooler to the eye than a wild print. Store a jar of cold cream in the refrigerator. Let it get good and cold, then take it out and use it for refreshingly icy hot-weather facials. Apply the cream generously over your entire face; work it in with your hands for a few moments; wipe it off with facial tissues. This is an uplifting kind of treatment to give your skin if it's beginning to feel exhausted and drained from the heat. It's psychological—but clanking, jangling costume jewelry can have a grating effect on your nerves in very hot weather. If the temperature is predicted to be more than 80, leave your charm bracelets at home . . . wear quiet pearls or a silent pin. Care and Cleaning of Lampshades How do you clean cardboard-backed lampshades? When the inside of a lampshade is of cardboard there really isn't any way to clean and whiten it, according to Gertrude Hoffmann, home furnishings specialist at the University of Wisconsin. You may want to dust the RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sunday, July )1, 1965 50 surface and then paint it with a white rubber base paint. Put two coats on, with the first coat going around the shade and the second going up and down. This gives a smooth white surface for reflecting light. _ JOURNAL-TIMES WANT ADS BRING RESULTS BESTE BEAUTY Strving You With 5 EXCELLENT HAIR STYLISTS Jennie Wensing Pennie Christiansen Judy Delcore Cindy Honsen Ruby Smith The Newest and Latest in Hair Styling f®.*"? ^L^y^. . '<«9' $795 MACHINE Reoondltloninc Shmmpoo $15.00 ' PERMANENTS ^ft50 BESTE BEAUTY SALON I 305 Main St. MT » Janien Owner A Manager Dial 634-7381 ^ Summertime . . . happy vacation time . . . when the "livin' is easy" is here now. We still have weeks and weeks of outdoor living . . . time to soak up sunshine for the cold Wisconsin winter months to come. Good news . . , even though there are so many vacation days remaining, you'll find clothes and accessories for this happy time are now on sale in your favorite stores. • D«Rot« Clothing The "what to wear" season between summer and fall won't be a problem if you have one or several of the attractive transitional dresses that I saw this week at DeRose Clothing, next to the North Side Bank. One beauty was a long sleeve Ladybug shift in a smart blue-green plaid that you could wear from now until the coat season. You'll find it difficult to choose just one from a group of two piece Vycron dresses with a three piece look. These attractive fashions are available in sizes 8 to 20 in grey, several shades of green and dark blue. Priced from $18.00. • Weit Racine Bank Convenient . . . suited to one's personal ease or comfort or to one's easy performance of some act ... a dictionary definition that describes the West Racine Bank, 1201 West Blvd., accurately. For this bank is located only minutes away from many suburbs and business locations and has six- day banking service . . . regular hours plus Saturday morning from 9 a.m. until noon. Drive-in windows and a large parking lot next to the bank. Why not open an account where banking is easy . . . really convenient. KONorroRi Here you'll find all the old-time charm of Early American maple and cherry catapulted into the twentieth century, with new touches, new fabrics, new livability. Best of all, you'll find that top quality comes at modest prices here — regardless of what room you are furnishing. !/1 Racine's Only Store Devoted Exclusively to Authentic Early American Furniture Colonial Shop Open Noon 'til 5:30 — Mon. and Fri. 'til 9:00. f The Only True Economy is Quality" HOME FURNISHINGS Suburban Store 4553 Douglas 639-2661 Julia Ann Fabrics With weeks ) ' of summer ahead Julie Ann Fabrics Shop, Elmwood Shopping Center, is having a big, big summer fabric I sale. Cottons and miracle fabrics are reduced from 30 to 50 per cent. This is your opportunity to buy materials to sew dresses and sportswear to wear now. The shop is open today until 5 p.m. so why not hurry out to take advantage of this sale . . . bargains you won't want to miss. • lathrop Hardwara, Inc. You can end all family debates about which TV program to watch with a second and portable television set from Lathrop Hardware, Inc., 2000 Lathrop Ave. At this popular appliance and furniture store you have a choice of General Electric, Zenith, Westinghouse and Admiral. Screen sizes from a small 9i/> to 19 inches and priced from $88.88 to $200. With General Electric's new "play anywhere" all transistor portable TV you may watch your favorite programs at the beach, in the car or while camping out. • Villa Beauty Shop A pretty, pretty look for summer especially on the new short cuts is frosting. Without changing your basic hair color, —_ subtle shading of blonde gives you a natural, sun- caressed look that puts everv curl in focus. Villa Beauty Shop, 1103 Villa, recommends this beauty treatment that is easy to do, provides a lovely new look and lasts and lasts. Call 632-3702 for an appoint- tfment this week. • Mortentan'c Jewelry Silver . . . flatware and hoiloware . . . are gifts that every bride appreciates. Morlensens jewelry, 3211 Washington Ave., has many lovely . . . tarnish resistant . . . hoiloware pieces that are as useful as they are beautiful . . . trays, sugar and creamer, coffee and tea servers and many pieces that serve dual purposes. When shopping for wedding presents you might consider stainless steel flatware . . . lustrous, smooth and durable in a variety of patterns. Viviane Woodard Not everyone Is endowed with lovely long eye lashes. You don't have to be . . . Viviane Woodard Cosmetics have artificial but natural- looking, luscious lashes for you. Dramatically long and full . . . these real hair lashes are packaged with adhesive applicator, curling rod and complete instructions. Call your Viviane Woodard consultant or Carol Casper, director at 6.'}4-73]8 to order them. ;till • Loom of Denmark For a special parly . . . bridal show- g.'j- er, birthday or out • of- town guest ... a perfect place is the Konditori at the Loom of Denmark, 3919 Washington Ave. If you fit your party plans into the serving hours at the tea room ... 11 a.m. until i p.m. daily except Sunday ... all you have to do is make your reservations, issue invitations and relax. The charming decorations, beautiful imported table appointments and truly delicious food will make your party perfect. The Kondi­ tori can accommodate as many as forty guests. Call 632-1674 for a reservation. IS tl le Remember there lime to buy the Moisan Trio at a wonderful savings. • Eiteii Even if you don't discuss your handicap . . . you'll feel like a pro in sportswear designed by the champ, Arnold Palmer. The Gallery Room at Eitels, 401 Main St., has two piece . . . sleeveless tailored shirts and bermudas in blue or red with white checks in cool collon-arnel and solid pastel colored sets in a cool- looking woven fabric. Sizes 8 to 16. The V-necked orlon cardigan golf sweaters . . . slit pockets, too . . . come in mint, peach, beige and Interiors By Stephni Small i n d i- vidual tables — to replace a large coffee table or wherever you need a small table— come in many shapes and finishes. This week I saw a variety of these indispensable tables at Stephni's decorating shop, 1627 Douglas Ave. They are available in square, octagonal and round tops in five finishes . . . butternut, marble, cherry, antique white and slate. You'll find many uses for them. Stop in to see them and the other decorative accessories at Stephni's. • Kidd's World Wide Traval It sounds almost too good to be true but a honeymoon at Hotel Las Brisas, Acapulco, Mexico has all the ingredients for an ideal wedding trip . , . luxury, comfort, unlimited privacy and matchless service. For seven days and six nights you have your own pink casila {little house), your own swimming pool, your own pink and white jeep plus gifts ... all this for only $194 per couple. Kidd's World Wide Travel, 524 Main St., have additional details about this unforgettable honeymoon. Stop at Kidd's to make your reservations and transportation arrangement. • LaPorte Gallery An oil painting cleaned professionally by a secret jrocess at La- V/ "^orte An Gallery, 503. Main St., will ^-SH have new beauty. When I visited the Gallery last week, I was amazed and impressed with the cleaning and repair work that I saw. One beautiful painting which had been stabbed by vandals was cleaned and restored completely ... to its original beauty. Dusting and home cleaning remedies, according to Frank Brown, will not remove the grime that accumulates and dulls oil paintings. • lea's Flowers Flowers sent to a friend or a relative can express so many sentiments . . . sympathy, congratulations, best wishes and thank you. The floral designers at Lee's Flowers, 1655 A'. Main St., who make up beautiful bouquets, pride themselves also on creating floral novelty gifts that will have special appeal. Next time you send flowers . . . whatever the occasion . . . call 634-3352 or stop in at the shop . . . describe the occasion and the person. You'll be delighted with the imaginative floral arrangements created at Lee's. • The Studio Dramatic and luxui'ious in design, color and texture are the new drapery and upholstery fabrics at The Studio, 1213 College Ave. Lovely chenilles ... reversible fabrics . . . that look like cut velvet, velvety smooth leopard prints, stripes . . . small and large, unusual flower and design prints in the blue and gf^M, pinks and reds, bronze shades in unique color combinations. One novelty weave fabric looks like an Austrian shade. Stop in this smart decorating shop to see this fabric collection and you'll ooh and aah too. • Wastgata LaModa Beauty Studio What's new in hair stvles for the fall and winter j was studied by several staff members of the Westgate LaMode Beauty Studio, 1254 Ohio St. in classes attended last week. Short hair with curls will continue to be worn again this winter so you won't have to worry about letting that short cut grow out. Call 632-9550 for an appointment. The studio is open evenings until 9 p.m. • Junction Furniture Co. Pictures of antique cars, sailing ships, circus wagons and guns are among the colorful wall decorations suitable for a boy's room. In the gift department of Junction Furniture Co., 1324 Washington Ave., you'll find an excellent selection of painted wood and aluminum wall plaques . . . fire markers . . . large and small . . . old store signs ... to add color and decorative interest to a young man's bedroom and study. The paintPil aluminum accessories have the look of wood. • Timer's Antique* Ever wonder what you'll find at a sale in an antique shop! This week at Timer's Antiques, China and Glass Shop, 1401 Washing- ion Ave., the following old treasures are being sold at reduced prices to make room for new-old antiques: Six beautiful walnut picture frames, several are large deep shadow , J, , o..^ box types, six dining chairs that need to be re-caned, four white. Stop in to see these spindle back children's chairs to be refinishcd, other odds and other smart golf fash- and ends of chairs and a tin bathtub with an interesting ions in Eitels newest sports- shape ... the latter would make an elegant garden or patio wear dqjiartment. planter. ^ *

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