The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 21
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 21

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 7, 1962
Page 21
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KAOIKE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 7, 1962 See. 3, Page 2 —Camera Houne MRS. PETER MAUER (Mary Prochniak) Suzanne Tulnstra Betrothed Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Christoffersen of 49 McKinley Ave. announce the engagement of her daughter, Suzanne Marie Tuinstra, to Bruce Sargent of 826 Park Ave., son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sargent of 1508 Junction Ave. No wedding date has been set. Mauer-Procbniak Vows Precede Trip to Coast A double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev. Robert A. Skeris in St. Joseph's Church at a high noon Nuptial Mass Dec. 30 united in marriage Mary Prochniak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Prochniak of 1614 Charles St., and Peter Richard Mauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Mauer of 1324 Center St. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a long gown of lace and tissue taffeta, its jeweled lace bodice designed with a sabrina neckline and its bell-shaped skirt deeply pleated. Lace detailed the sides and back. Her butterfly veil of illusion was caught to a rose and petal headpiece, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white baby mums. Diane Prochniak, sister of the bride, served as honor attendant with Mrs. Robert Duby, sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in romance blue taffeta with fitted bodices and bell skirts. They wore matching blue headpieces with circular veils and carried colonial bouquets of blue and white baby mums. William F. Mauer, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man and Robert Duby as groomsman. Guests were seated by William F. Proch niak, brother of the bride, and Jerry Scully- Dinner for the immediate families and the bridal party at the Spinning Wheel preceded an evening reception in the Eagles Club. The bride's mother chose a light blue lace gown with matching accessories and the mother of the bridegroom a Dior blue frock also with matching accessories. Both had corsages of blue and white baby mums. The newly married Mauers have left for F't. Lewis, Wash, where he is serving with the 32d Division. En route they visited Mt. Ranier National Park. ~ HlKhllKht Bludio Judith Dobratz To Wed in May Mr. and Mrs. llilbrrt F. Eiobrat/. of 2614 Douglas Ave. announce the cnj^age- mnnt of their daughter, Judith Ann, to Thomas Moran. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moran of A652 Cluirlf's .St. MISS Dobratz and her fiance plan to be married in May. Seymour Footwear SHOE SALE Choose From 2000 pri. Dresi Shoes & Flats FIRST PAIR REGULAR PRICE SECOND PAIR $2.00 SEYMOUR Smart footwear 415 SIXTH 1 Jacqueline Moyle, John R. Loch Say Vows in Kansasville Church Among the skaters who tried out the ice recently at Zoo Skating Rink were Connie Weber, 14, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Weber of 1709 Geneva St. and Justine Caspers, 4, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Caspers of 2431 Jean Ave. —Journal-Times Photo Darlene Phillips Betrothal Told The engaj^f.'rnenl of tlieir daughter, Ourlciio, to K(;n- ald Braal/. is hfiiiK announced by Mr. and Mrs. I'ctcr Phillips of R(nitc I, I182(i Hi)4hway (i, Caledonia. The bridegroom- eiecl is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Braatz of Caddy Vista, Caledonia. No wedding dale has been set. Jack Kiester, Rose Anderson Bridal Pair Carrying her aunt's 47-year- old wedding ring and wearing her mother's pearls, Rose Marie Anderson walked down the aisle of Holy Communion Lutheran Church Dec. 9 to become the bride of Jack L. Kiester. i The daughter of Mrs. Rose Anderson of 3909 Spring St., she was given in marriage by her uncle, Harlow Hansen. Floyd Kiester of Loretto, Neb., is father of the bridegroom. Dr. Kenneth Hurst officiated at the double-ring cere -i mony at 4 p.m. j For her wedding the bride; chose a waltz-length gownj of white Chantilly lace over ice-blue taffeta. It featured a scalloped sweetheart neckline and a long-sleeved lace jacket. A half-crown of seed pearls and crystal held a shoulder- length veil of ice-blue illusion. She carried a cascade of pink roses and white carnations, accented by ivy. Mrs. Ted Bates served as matron of honor for her Harbor, 111., was his brother's' icoiisin. The bride's sisters, best man. Ted Bates and Dickj Diane and I-llen Anderson,• Rieben of Winthrop Harbor,' were the bridesmaids. They ushered. jwore cobalt blue satin dresses. I An evening reception in lashion details were t h ciWergeland Hall was attended jdraped bodice with scoop'by 100 persons, including ^nivkline and short sleeves.'guests from Kenosha and iThe fitted midriff accented!Winthrop I'arbor. Affianced Elizabeth Oliver The engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth, to Leonard Witt is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Oliver of 1250 Virginia St. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Witt of 4211 Sheridan Road. No date has been set for the wedding. Herfha Refers, William Pouch Recife Promises Wedding vows of Hertha Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Peters of Route 2, Franksville, and William Fouch, son of Mrs. Francis Fouch of Spooner, Wis., were exchanged Dec. 30 at 7 p.m. in Trinty Evangelical Lutheran Church in South Raymond. The bride's gown of slipper satin had a basque bodice with rows of bugle beads outlining the scalloped bateau headpiece with circular chin veil. Gerald Gruenhagen was the be^t man. Ushers were Thomas Feder and Harold Peters. A reception honoring the couple was held in the Golf- bowl. They are making their home at 4602 Lakeshore Drive, Fond du Lac. neckline. The full skirt was caught up in poufs to form a bustle back that terminated in a chapel train. A coronet of orange blossoms held her illusion veil and she carried a white Bible to which white orchid was attached. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Her sole attendant, Caro Schoeppe, was in purple. Her frock was styled with bel skirt pleated at the waist with a satin rose and hemline streamers at the back. She wore a matching satin peta —Camera House MRS. WILLIAM FOUCH (Hertha Peters) ilhe front draping of the skirt ;and the soft back pleats. Matching satin bows held their circular veils. Each attendant carried a cascade 'bouquet of pink carnations ;with silver ribbon. Mrs. Anderson, mother of the bride, wore a sheath dress of cocoa brown lace and pale green accessories. Her costom was completed by a corsage of pink carnations and roses. Mr. and Mrs. Kiesier are at Gerald Kiesier of Winthropjhome at 5217 Shirley Ave Loretla Lee March Wedding Rodney Lee of Route 3, Box .T')3, Kenosha, an nounces the engagement of his daughter, Lorctta, to Bernard Divcley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Forbis of Brown.stf)wn, 111. A March 17 wedding is planned. relax i h i —~ -— ^ (• f '7:30to,10p.rti..' 7 V In s t ergo froin :9 •iff D i'lki Aiy u'oo': uor'ile BRIDE-TO-BE Has undoubtedly listed her name and gift preferences in Sandy's Popular Bridal Register- You'll find it easy to select a gift for her, siie registered her gift preferences here so you could have a big selection and avoid possible duplication. Sandy's Is Racine's Only Complete Gift Store Including Famous Make Appliances and Television RACINE'S MOST INTERESTING GIFT STORE 512-16 WIS. AVE. St. Mary's Catholic Church in Kansasville was the setting for the Dec. 30 wedding of Jacquelyn Lou Moyle and John Rolland Loch. The Rev. Rtbert McCormick officiated at the 11:30 a.m. ceremony for which -the bride wore her maternal grandmother's gold bracelet and her paternal grandmother's pearl ring. Parents of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. James R. Moyle of Route 2, Box 214, Union Grove, and Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas J. Loch of 1101 High St., Union Grove. The bride's father gave her in marriage. For her wedding the bride was gowned in a classic design of lace and taffeta. The lace basque bodice had a jeweled oval neckline, sleeves were long and tapered and the taffeta skirt had a lace front and back panel. It terminated in a chapel train. Lace and jewel motifs accented the skirt sides. A jeweled pillbox secured the bride's butterfly veil of silk illusion and she carried a cascade of yellow roses and white carnations. Donna Mae Terpstra, the maid of honor, wore an opera blue taffeta sheath dress with a short overskirt. A matching hairbraid crown, trimmed with crystals, held a circular veil. Similarly dressed were the bridesmaids, Nancy Buchholtz and Nancy Moyle, a sister of the bride. Another sister, Roberta Moyle, was junior ROSE QUEEN — Eileen DeRose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis DeRose of 1446 Blake Ave., recently reigned as Queen of the Rose Dance of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity at Whit'ewater State College. Miss DeRose, a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma sorority, is a sophomore, majoring in elementary education. Her escort was Michael Schoene, son of Mrs. Margaret Schoene of 541 Greenfield Road. ' —Charles Studio MRS. JOHN LOCH (Jacquelyn Moyle) bridesmaid. Her opera blue dress had short sleeves, a scoop neckline, and a bouffant skirt with a bow at the waistline. She wore a bow headpiece with a circular veil. The bridal aides all earned cascades of yellow chrysanthemums.. Attending the bridegroom as best man was Tory Allen Russell. Donald Kerkman and Ted Menheer ushered. After a reception in the American Legion Hall in Union Grove the newly married couple left on a trip to the South. They will make their home at 4244 Highway 31. Out-of-town guests included the grandparents of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. John Oziol of Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Moyle, the bride's mother, was dressed in a beige wool sheath with a matching jacket, brown accessories and a rust-colored chrysanthemum corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a turquoise crepe dress, white accessories and a yellow chrysanthemum corsage. Beauty Salon 635 mCilll ST. Now Open Eveninp;s,. MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY • MARTH.\ • WILLI F. • K.'\RMF,N MElrose 3-3389 AT BOTH STORES ELMWOOD PLAZA 312 6TH ST. SPORTSWEAR REDUCED! 14 & 1/3 off • Sweaters • Blouses • Skirts • Slacks • Jackets • Co-ordinates FREE PARKING WHILE YOU SHOP BOTH STORES 0 <Oio aJljr^ ^KmJ 0. WEISS INC 313 SIXTH STREET

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