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July 18, 1965

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 20

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' : Mr. and Mrs. David Lee Freiberg (Gail T o s t r u d), whose marriage took place July 10, were honored Saturday evening at a second reception in Wausau, at the Home of the bridegroom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wiedow. ; Prenuptial parties for the bride began in May when an ';in the pink" miscellaneous shower for her was held at Mary-Martha Hall at Concordia. College, River Forest, 111. Hostesses were Kristine Hoesman, Karen Thorsen and Joanne Brown. The bride received personal gifts at the shower given in June by Sharon Holtz of Racine and Joyce Tostrud of St. Clair Shores, Mich. Neighbors and friends of the bride were giiests of Mrs. Harland Cisney, 601 Kentucky St., at a dinner party and miscellaneous shower. ;The bridegroom's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Freiberg, were hosts at the rehearsal dinner at the Hobnob on the eVe of the wedding. Mrs. Carl M. Greco, the former Carol Angel, was guest of honor at a personal shower at the home of Mrs. William H. Jung of Wauwatosa before her marriage Saturday at St. Rita's Church. Ann Angel, the bride's sister was co-hostess. Mrs. Alfred A. Greco was hostess for a kitchen and pantry shower held for the bride at the Kenosha Woman's Club. The bride and bridegroom were guests of honor at a dinner party given by Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Davies.Jr. The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Greco were hosts for the rehearsal dinner held at the Breakers Friday night. Several parties feted Carol Janice Schulz before her July 10 marriage to Thomas Herbert Kreuser. Two miscellaneous showers were held: one, by Mrs. Charles Rehbein, the bride's aunt, and Mrs. Henry Johnson, the bride's grandmother, at the Rehbein home, 1520 Kearney Ave.; the other, by Mrs. Russell Larkin and Mrs. Clarence Larsen at the Larkin home, 4601 Victory Ave. A linen shower was given by Mrs. Leonard Miller, another aunt, at her home, 3350 1st Ave. Mrs. James Sikes, Miss Sandra Wesley and Miss Nancy Litz held a personal shower at the Sikes home, 3822 13th St. The bride's co-workers honored her with a dinner at the Hub. A party for the bride and bridegroom was held by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Kreuser, 1607 Johnson Ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kreuser, the bridegroom's uncle and aunt. MISS Bates Is Bride of James Beres —Cliarles Studio MRS. RONALD WEITKUM (Edith Franti) Edifh Franti, Ronald Weifkum Plight Troth Marjorie Ann Kurhajec, who became the bride of Daniel Roman Bialk Saturday, was feted with several parties before the wedding. A dinner was given by Mrs. John Kurhajec and Mrs. David Jahns in Sturtevant. Mrs. Andrew Valley honored the bride with a luncheon. A personal shower was held in Chicago by Carol Peterson, and a kitchen shower in Union Grove was given by Mrs. Thomas Kurhajec and Mrs. Kenneth Kurt. Two mis- ceiJaneous showers, one by Georgia Bialk and one by Ellen Pfohl and Jean Barbara Herting, both in Milwaukee, also were held for the bride. Before her June 26 wedding, Lorna Mae Pennock (Mrs. Harold Caskey) was honored with several bridal showers. A surprise miscellaneous shower was held by Carol Julius, Nancy Sorensen and Sandy Hoffman. Another miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. Roger Caskey and Mrs. Gerald Caskey. A potluck shower for the bride and bridegroom was given by Mrs. C. E. Yarbrough, and a rehearsal dinner was given by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Caskey. Thomas Werk honored the bridegroom with a bachelor's party. Patricia Seifert, who became the bride of Randolph Patrick Holub July 10, was honored with two miscellaneous showers before the wedding. One was given by Mrs. Frank Holub at Holy Trinity School Hall; the other, by Mrs. Frank Jozwik, her aunt, in Milwaukee. A surprise party was held by Mrs. Mark Miller, 1251 Kentucky St., and a luncheon was given by Mrs. Timothy Pettit at the bride's home, 1418 Cleveland Ave. After the rehearsal, a dinner was held by the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Holub, at their home, 2037 Franklin St. A bache- A miscellaneous shower, with Nancy Rutkowski and Evelyn Schmidt as hostesses, was the first of a series of parties preceding the marriage of Jacqueline McCarthy and Roger Becker Saturday. The shower was held at the Arnold A. Schmidt residence. In Kenosha the bridegroom's aunts, Mrs. George Becker, Mrs. Harold Becker and Lucille Anclam, were co- hostesses at a miscellaneous shower. The bride's aunts and cousins, the Mmes. Charles Floyd. Eric Newman, James Flanigan, Arthur Bolman, George Hoffman, Roger Gilbert and Tom Hughbanks, arranged a miscellaneous shower at Dania Hall. Mrs. Marie Johnson entertained at a linen shower for the bride. Hosts at the rehearsal dinner in Kilbourn Gardens were the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Becker of Kenosha. Prior to her June 19 wedding, Evelyn Jean Koss (Mrs. Ronald George Ello) was honored with a miscellaneous shower by Mrs. Erwin Sommer', Mrs. Lawrence Thompson and Karen Thompson. Another miscellaneous fete was held by Mmes. Robert Koss, Clarence Koss and Richard Slater. Mrs. Mike Chasar and Mrs. Joseph Mahdik held an appliance shower at Pentecost Lutheran Church. A bachelor's party for the lor's party for the bridegroom | bridegroom was given by Don was given by Frank Holub Jr., I Kenney. A dinner parly for Gene Rivera and Don Podka-'the couple was held by Mr mensky. .and Mrs. Arthur Henkes. The First Lutheran Church, Ewen, Mich., was the setting for the Saturday marriage of Edith Ann Marie Franti and Ronald John Weitkum. The candelight service was held at 7:30 p.m. with the Rev. John Linna officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Arvid O. Franti of Route 1, Ewen, and the late Mr. Franti. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Weitkum of 1233 College Ave. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Reino Franti. For her wedding she chose a modified sheath gown of silk organza over taffeta, which featured a fitted bodice with bateau neckline and short bell shape sleeves. The full, bell overskirt and chapel length panel train had lace applique detail. A crown of pearl secured a two tiered veil of bridal illusion and she carried a white Bible to which was attached her bouquet of stephanotis and ivy surrounding a white orchid. Her attendants, Mrs. John E. Strauss, as maid of honor, and Mrs. Norman Weitkum, as bridesmaid, were identically attired in street length dresses of pale yellow taffeta. Scooped neckline, short sleeves and a floating, chiffon back panel accented with a bow detailed the dresses. Matching pearl trimmed headpieces secured their pouf veils and they carried straw baskets of white daisies and ivy. The bridegroom was attended by John E. Strauss, as best man, and Clifford Weitkum, as groomsman, Roger Hoffstrom and Robert Franti were ushers. Mrs. Arthur Juntunen was soloist and Mrs. Wallace Leno was the organist. Calvin Kangas served as acolyte. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Fronti wore a three-piece suit of beige lace over taffeta, with white accessories. Mrs. Weitkum, the bridegroom's mother, was attired in a sheath dress of aqua silk, with beige accessories. Corsages of both mothers were composed of red tea roses and white carnations. The reception, immediately after the wedding, took place in the church parlors. After a two week wedding trip, touring Canada and the Upper Peninsula, the new Mr. and Mrs. Weitkum will reside at 1338 Center St. On the morning of June 25 at the Cathedral' of the Incarnation in Nashville, Tenn., Merry Jean Bates became the bride of James Allen Beres. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E i s o n Bates of Bristol, Tenn. Parents of the (bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. William Charles Beres, 2404 James Blvd. The Rev. Robert Hofstetter read the marriage vows at 10 oclock after a program of organ music by Mrs. Desmond Holzapel. A wedding breakfast was held for the bridal party and relatives, after which the couple left for a trip to Kentucky. They will reside in Nashville. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a street length gown of white peau de sole fashioned with fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline and bell skirt. Her Daniel Bialk, Marjorie Kurhajec, Marquette Graduates, Are Married Marriage vows were spoken Saturday by Marjorie Ann Kurhajec and Daniel Roman Bialk. Officiating at the 12 oclock noon ceremonies in St. Mary's Catholic Church, Kansasville, was the Rev. James Johnson. A dinner and recep- MRS. JAMES BERES (Merry Jean Bates) veil of silk illusion was attached to a crown of seed pearls and orange blossoms. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis and an orchid. Sandra Lee Bates served as her sister's attendant. She worse a street length dress of blue silk organza designed with a lace bodice, full skirt and matching headpiece. Her flowers were white fringed carnations in a cascade effect. William Beres was his son's best man and Charles W. Hamlet Jr. was the usher. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Bates chose a deep turquoise silk ensemble with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother appeared in a light olive sheath with beige accessories. Their flowers were glamelias. The bride received a BA from King College and an MAT from Vanderbilt University. She is a member of the Hillsboro High School, Nashville, faculty. Her husband holds a BS degree from the University of Wisconsin and is doing graduate work at Vanderbilt. —Nicholsons' Photo MRS. DANIEL BIALK (Marjorie Kurhajec) tion were held at South Hills Country Club. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kurhajec, Route 1, Box 9A, Union Grove. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs Roman Bialk, Milwaukee. ' The bride, a Marquette University graduate, is employed by the Wayzata (Minn.) Public School System. Also a Marquette graduate, the bridegroom is employed in the advertising department of Red Owl Co., Minneapolis. The couple will make their home in Wayzata. Escorted by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of white silk organza and hand- clipped lace. Fashioning the costume was.> an A -line sRirt cascading from empire basque, a sabrina neckline and a sweeping train. A floral cluster held her floor length veil and she carried white roses and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Carol E. Peterson of Chicago. The bridegroom's sister, Georgia A. Bialk, was bridesnriaid. They wore gowns-of peony and sherbet shadings with matching hair braid, open crown picture hats. In their bouquets were pink rosps and carnations. Kathryn J. Kurt, the bride's niece, was flower girl in a replica of the attendants' ensembles. , Donald R. Kojis qf Milwaukee was best man with Anthony R. Kujawa of Great Lakes, 111., acting as groomsman. Ushering the guests were the bride's brothers, Joseph A. Kurhajec and Thomas A. Kurhajec. Mother of the bride chose a sherbet crepe dress with white accessories for hei daughter's wedding. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a beige silk dress. Each had a white orchid corsage. —Samuel's Portrait Teresa Trevino Betrothed The engagement of Teresa Trevino to David M. Acklam has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pedro E. Trevino, 1131 Douglas Ave. The bridegroom - elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse G. Acklam Jr., 1215 Goold St. No wedding date has been set. 4B RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sunday, July II, 196S' Now Music Is Booming RIYADH, Saudi Arabia — (JP) — One of the hottest sell-. ing consumer items in this' kingdom is the ordinary rec-" ord player. Long forbidden because of strict religious codes which- have now been relaxed, the record player seems to be making up for lost time. Shops sell everything from tiny transistorized jobs to big luxury models in elaborate walnut cabinets. Every taxi in Riyadh and Jeddah is equipped with one, which the driver feeds with one Arabic tune after another without interruption. Cabs serving the bigger hotels are sometimes fitted with two record players. The driver asks whether you prefer Western or Oriental music. 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