The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 7, 1962 · Page 22
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 22

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 7, 1962
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Mr. and Mrs. George H. Wheary Jr. of 44 N. Vincenries Circle entertained at a formal dance jSaturday evening in Racine Country Club in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. The 325 guests, including a large number from out of town, danced from 9 to 1 to the music of Skitch , Henderson and his orchestra. Mrs. Wheary, the former Jessie Mae Wilson, and her husband were married in Kenosha at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Wilson. She is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nash. He was the founder of Nash Motor Co., predecessor of American Motors Corp. MRS. ROBERT TINNEN (Judith Dunk) Roberf Tinnen Weds MISS Dunk in Church Rifes The marriage of Judith Ann Dunk to Robert A. Tinnen took place at 10 a.m. Dec. 30, ... . , „ ... in St. Edward's Church withi Mr and Mrs. Anton F. Mithe Rev. Richard J. Schaeferl^"^'^'^' W'^" officiating. The bride, daugh- ^^^^ engagement o ^ their daughter, Mary Ann of 936 Wisconsin Ave. to Mrs. Peter Richard Mauer, the former Mary Prochniak, was honored at a series of parties prior to her marriage Dec. 30. Mrs. William Steffan, Mrs. William Wood and Mrs. Robert Hidde were hostesses at a linen shower at the Steffan home. Guests were members of Neptune's Court, Skin and Scuba Diving Club, Mrs. Robert Duby, sister of the bridegroom, Mrs. Michael Costello, his aunt, and Mrs. William Elskamp were hostesses at a miscellaneous shower. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mauer entertained at a dinner for the bridal party and Mr. and Mrs. William Prochniak were host and hostess at a rehearsal party. Will Be Summer Bncjie Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Schulz of Union Grove announce the engagement Of their daughter, Jane Elizabeth, to Lt. Harry M o u 1- ton, United States Air Force. Lt. Moulton is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Moulton of Des Moines, Iowa. Miss Schulz is a senior at the University of Wisconsin and a member of Delta Gamma s 0 rority. Her fiance, a 1960 graduate of the University of Wis- c 0 n s i n is a member of Phi Delta Theta. A summer wedding is being planned. DerHovsepians Plight Troth in^Evans+on The First Congregational Church in Evanston Was the setting for the late afternoon ceremony Dec. 30 in which Jack DerHovsepian, son of Mrs. Elizabeth DerHovsepian of 112 2 Marquette St., claimed Patricia Ann Miller as his bride. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Miller of Evanston. ^ The Rev. J. Clement Walker officiated at the service, in which the bride was given in marriage by her parents. Later a wedding dinner was| served at the Georgian Hotel i \^Trp ,e „i„ reside JN OndOtf -Sel!HB ,807 N. Maiiory ^'"•'P ^^Momage Held RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jan. 7, 1962 SeC. 3, Page » MRS. JAMES NONDORF (Dianna Selihe) ton, Va., until the end April when the bridegroom i will be discharged from the Army. They plan to return to the Milwaukee area at that time. in Sf, Edward's A 10 a.m. Nuptial Mass in St. Edward's Church on Dec. 2 united in marriage Dianna J. Seline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Seline of 2005 —Charles Studio ter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Dunk of 2113 Indiana St., has Kno,, +1,;,.^ r„.o^„ fno^^o- :„ Charles M. Williams, son of been third grade teacher in ,, ... , , „ TW, . ^ J J c I, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Wi Union Grove Graded School. ,. , ., ... Her husband is the son of Mr.! 'f'.'^^ "J. ^^20 Yout St. Miss and Mrs. Noel Tinnen of Ke-|^'^"^f' ^n employe of , . ^ Kovach Motors, Inc., and her nosha. He is serving at Ft. r c j T fu .1, ooj f,' • • fiance of Oscar Seyferth and Lewis with the 32d Division,' will reside Son. and the couple there. j Given in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a floor length gown of luster satin with lace inserts. The; princess style bodice had longi sleeves and the full skirt ended in a short train. Her fingertip veil fell from a se- quinned and jeweled cap and! she carried white roses, steph-i anotis and ivy, centered with a white orchid. Janis Dunk was her sister's honor attendant and a niece of the bride, Eileen Dunk, served as junior bridesmaid. Miss Dunk was in white brocaded satin with v^'hich she wore a feathered hat and carried American Beauty roses. Eileen was in red velvet, floor; length, and carried a white; muff to which red roses and' greens were pinned. Her halo P-,„^^^_P«rt-l hat was of white fur. ' '^cfyu The bridegroom had his brother, Thomas Tinnen, as best man. Serving as ushers I jhe engagement of Nora were Jerry Janowitz and Jack: Frantal. | A reception afterward was I -Charles Studio Nora Rego Engagement Told The former Miss Miller chose a princess style gown of white brocade, with a sweetheart neckline, three-i„ , , . . quarter sleeves and a chapeli^'-^nge Ave. and James A. train. Her veil of French iHu-iNondorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. sion was triple-tiered and hip'john Nondorf of 135 Howland length, gathered to a seed Ave. The Rev. Jerome J. pearl crown^ She carried a ^^^er was the celebrant, white orchid surrounded by . • , i j , . „ .• J • . Lace sprink ed with sc- stephanotis and ivy. I ' i Her attendants wore Amer-qu'ns and pearls trimmed the 'ican Beauty red velvet dress-jbasque bodice of the bride's! es with white fur headpieces'chiffon taffeta wedding gown.' land muffs. Mrs. Frank E.j^^ bouffant skirt had back iPowell was the matron of ^ r ,,. , , ,i OUT R/iii detail that fell into a chapel: honor, Barbara Jane Miller ' | was maid of honor and Mrs. train. She wore a jeweledi Walter Schieman was brides-'^oro^^^t to which a silk illu-, jp^gj^j sion veil was gathered and i Sam Mikaelian of Racine carried white roses, white' ;was the best man. Ushers carnations and red roses. Her The Woman's Club of Ra-were James Reiskytl, former- ''^t'''^'" g'''^^ her in marriage, cine will hold the first of aiy of Racine, and William C.' Mrs. Richard Seline of; Iseries of four programs titled Miller, the bride's brother. |Rochester, N. Y.. her matron| Sherry Wolcoff Is Married in Rochester Rites The marriage of a former Racine girl. Sherry Lee Wolcott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John R. Wolcott (Jewell Mills) of Rochester, N.Y., took place recently in St. Andrew's Catholic Church in that city, when she became the bride of James F. Gigliotti Jr. He is the son of the senior Gigliottis of Rochester. The bride, granddaughter of Mrs. Ruby Mills of 1526 Isabelle Ave., wore a gown of white net and tulle with accents of seed pearls. Her fingertip veil fell from a double crown of crystals and seed' pearls. The bridegroom's sister, Patricia Gigliotti, was the maid of honor and Joann Mattel and Nancy Gigliotti were bridesmaids, dressed in identical blue frocks. - Kon Studio MRS. JAMES GIGLIOTTI JR. (Sherry Wolcott) Thomas Rivoli was the best man and Patrick Saturno and John Pandina served as groomsmen. The junior Gigliottis are residing in Rochester after a wedding trip to Montreal and Quebec. Jane E. Schulz 'Better World' to Be Goal of Club Series held at the home of the bride's brother and sister-in-law, the Daniel L. Dunks, of 1406 Carlisle Ave. SAVES PLASTER Stop doorknob damage to plastered walls where closet doors swing out into livingj Rego, room or kitchen. Install a door stop on wall near TOP of the door. Leaves floor free of obstruction. Rego to James Pansch is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Rego of Cashton, Wis. The bridegroom-elect, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pansch of 2422 Arlington Ave., is scheduled to be graduated from the University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy in June. Miss a student at St. Luke's School of Nursing, will be graduated in August. No wedding date has been set. — Hlebel Sluciio Barbara Hansen Tell Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hansen of 2318 West Lawn Ave. announce the engagement of their duaghter, Barbara Diane, to Jerome Jatczak, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jatczak of West Allis, Wis. No date has been set for the wedding. Miss Hansen is a senior at Oshkosh State College and her fiance is an intern in medical technology at St. Luke 's Hospital in Racine. "Toward a Better World" [Wednesday at 2 p.m. , Mrs. Norbert Klein of Mil- ,waukee, former president of; ^the Wisconsin Federation of' iWomen's Clubs and imme- ;diate past chairman of the^ 'General Federation's Interna-i jtional Affairs Department,^ ^will be the guest moderator. Mrs. Henry Bruner and :Mrs. Francis Wendt of the ilocal club will appear with !her, Mrs. Bruner, a member of ;the Unified District School |Board, will discuss "Educa- ition for a Space Age." Mrs. i Wendt who has served as ;state president of the Amer-; lican Assn. of University Women and as president of the YWCA Board of Direr- ;tors, will take "The United Nations, Its Strength and Weakness" as her topic. In keeping with the policy of the General Federation, club members have been urged to participate actively in the question .'ind answer •session. Mrs. Arthur Arnold is the club's pnigram chairman. ^^^^ Best Beauty Buys! COLD WAVE Reg. $15.00 t Nancy Roinholtz. Bride-to-Be Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Reinholtz of Route 2, Franksville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Lou, to Stephen G. West, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Scott of Raymond Center and Mrs. Leona Jasperson of Oklahoma City, Okla. A June wedding is planned. of honor, was in red velvc-! teen designed with roundj neckline, three-quarter sleeves; jand bell-shaped skirt. A; 'matching feather pillbox andj la fur muff to which red car-j inations and Fuji mums were ipinned completed her onsem- Ible. ! Similar drcs.scs were worn by the bride's sisters, K,itliyj and Deborah Sclinc, who served as flower girls. i i Dennis Nondorf was best man for his brother and ush- jers were Wayne Koepl of j Chicago Heights and Terry; ICustin. j Before leaving on a week's; trip through southern states,! ithe couple received guests at a reception in the Marine ;Room of Memorial Mall. They' lare residing at 12,'i3 N. Main St. I SKIRT SERVES TWICE i A full skirt that is worn or faded can bo turned into two' large and generous aprons by cutting the skirt in two and' attaching ribbons to the side seams. Shop Monday — Noon to MACHINE PERMANENTS O up I • BEAUTY SALON t ^ [ncliidcs: Haircut and # Reconditioning Shampoo • • 305 Main St. Dial 4-7381 Downstairs ^ SALE 1/3 OFF DISCONTINUED PATTERNS OF SERIES 7000 AMERICAN TOURISTER TRI-TAPER LUGGAGE Regular Sale Train Box 24.95 16.63 21" 24.95 16.63 24" 29.95 19.98 39.95 26.63 Here's an opportunity to purchase fine luggage at substantial savings . . . because this famous manufacturer is cloiing out 1960's No. 7000 series. Now's the time to buy that matched set you've always v/onted or complete your present set. Hurry to take advantage of this outstanding sale. For Ladies . . . Train, Weekend and Pullman Cases . . . Colors. . . Blue. Gray, White For Men . . . Weeltenders and Suiters . . . Colors . . . Brown, Gray FINE LEATHER GOODS 316 Sixth St. Racine's Leading Luggage and Gift Center fashion sale! ove to save on fashions? FOR INSTANCE- Reg. $30 Silk Sheath Reg. $40 Loee Sheoth Reg. $50 Wool Sheoth Reg. $70 Silk-n-Worsted Dress and Jacket Reg. $70 Wool Plaid Coot Reg. $125 Mink-Trim Cool- Reg. $220 Mink-Trim Coot Mo >20 -7S Tomorrow at Noon — PRICE . . . and less than half price! Imagine' More than 306 Levin Bros, dresses to choose from . . and every one drastically reduced ' and more right at the time you want them most". Latc-doy dresses , . . street dresses . . . dresses for casual occasions . . . 2 SPECIAL RACKS DRESSES Volucs to $40 10 DRESSES Volucs to $30 15 Values to $110 Designer's Coat Luxury woolpn 'j that truly merits, your inspection — if you need a cool or just hove o yon for on extra one. $ 58 '78 '98 $150 Fur Trimmed Coats $128 MORE FASHION VALUES SPORTSWEAR Table of ? BLOUSES Formerly to $6.50 One Rack of SKIRTS Formerly to $18 I One Group of I SWEATERS ?| Formerly to $18 Price SiXl SIXTH AT VILLA

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