The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 19
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January 14, 1962

The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 19

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Mrs. Jerome A, LaBrasca, theMormer Judith Simmons, waSj: hoiiored at several parties^prior to her recent marriage. The Misses Karen and Carolyn Danielson were host­ essed at a miscellaneous shower at their home. Mrs. Willard Banker, mother 6f the bridegroom, and Mrs, Harold Boutell, his aunt, were hostesses at a linen shower at the Banker home. Mrs. Lyle Lewis, grandmother of the bride, honored her at a lingerie shower. Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Simmons, parents of the bride, were host and hostess at the rehearsal party at their home. Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Baumblatt of 3414 Michigan Blvd. will board the SS United States Jan. 30 for its first cruise through southern waters. The cruisfe, sponsore'd by the Eastern Bridge Assn., will take them to Nassau, Haiti, the Virgin Islands and the Panama Canal Zone. In New York they will be joined by a former Racine resident, Mrs. Lloyd Amster of Fort Wayne, who will be on the cruise with them. ident and program chairman; and Mrs.f Lyle Fosler, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Gary L. Stark, the former Gloria Kralicek, who was married recently, was honored at a shower in Ramsey, Mich. ,at which the hostess was the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Robert Stark. Other parties for her were given by. Mrs. John Kralicek and Mrs. Fred Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geyer of 2604 Delaware Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, Charlene Ann, to Thomas Frank Tylla, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tylla of 4620 Olive St. Rotary Anns will begin 1962 with a luncheon-meeting Wednesday in the YWCA, at which new officers will preside for the first time, and Maj. Bramwell Justvig and Mrs. Justvig of the Salvation Army will be guest speakers. New officers include Mrs. Joseph Vlasak Jr., president; Mrs. Carroll Cisco, vice pres- To Wecf Michael Thomas The engagement of Lois Hill to Michael Cary Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A, Thomas of 3008 N. Main St., is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton J. Hill of Silver Glen Road, St. Charles, 111. ' Both Miss Hill and her f i- a n c e are in their junior year at Ripon where she is majoring in history and he in speech. She is a member of Alpha Phi sorority and he of Phi Kappa Pi fratern- iity. An August wedding is planned. Lois Hill 2 Industries to Appear as 'Guest Stars', The Woman's Club, which began a'fstudy of Racine Industry last year, will continue it Wednesday when its guest Speakers will be representatives of Western Printing & Lithographing Co. and the John Ostec Manufacturing Co. James Morrison will speak for Western and Edward Fetherston for Oster's. They will acquaint club members not only with their products and production methods, but will detail the role the firms play in the community. The program has been planned by the Community Service Department whose chairmen are Mrs, A. B. Bradley and Mrs. H. F. Greiveldinger. Last year's guests for the "Let's Know Racine" day were representatives of J, I. Case Co. and S. C, Johnson & Son, Inc. Preceding the meeting a 12:30 p.m. luncheon will be served by the Graham-Cahoon Unit. Mrs. Gordon R. Anderson is chairman of the unit and Mrs. Ellsworth O. Jones is chairman of the luncheon. Reservations, closing at noon Tuesday, are in charge of Mrs. Arthur Jellyman at the clubhouse. Carol Lee lancor, A, E, Nkcolai Married af SfrMary's Church —Thompson Studio MRS. RONALD WAMPOLE (Karen Monefeldt) Lutheran Vows Unife Couple Our Savior's Lutheran Church was the setting Dec. 16 for the 3 p.m. wedding of Karen J. Monefeldt and Ronald D. Wampole. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn R. Monefeldt of 1625 Morton Ave. and Mrs. Ellen Wampole of Eleva, Wis., are parents of the bridal couple. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Chantiliy lace and pleated tulle in ballerina-length fashioned the bridal gown. It featured a Sabrina neckline, embroidered with iridescent sequins and seed pearls, long sleeves and a bouffant skirt Carol Lee Zaricor, daughter of Mrs. Guy B. Zaricor of 1619 College Ave. became the bride of Alfred John Niccolai of 4310 5th Ave., Kenosha, on Saturday, Jan. 6. The couple exchanged marital promises in an 11 a.m. double ring ceremony at St. Mary's Church here. Mrs. Peter Niccolai of Kenosha is mother of the bridegroom. The Rev. F. C. LaBuwi was officiating clergyman for the ceremony, in which the bride was given in marriage by her brother, John H. Zaricor. The bride's bouffant, floor- length gown had a basque bodice of tulle with lace and jewel trim, a Sabrina neckline, and long, tapered sleeve of lace. Ruffles of tulle, edged with lace, fashioned the skirt. A queen's crown of pearl and crystal held the bouffant bridal veil of illusion. She carried a cascade of stephanotis and white carnations. Attending her sister as matron of honor was Mrs. William Knudsen. Mrs. Manny M i t k a served as bridesmaid. They wore red frocks with Chantiliy lace bodices and full, flared chiffon skirts in waltz-length. A sabrina neckline, three-quarter length sleeves and red satin cinch belts further detailed the gowns. The bridal aides carried tailored cascades of white carnations trimmed with red satin ribbon and wore matching floral headpieces. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Frank RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jatl. 14, 1962 Sec. 2, Prfge 3 —Journal-Tlmea Photo Gusfin-Chaussee Nuptials Held Diane Judith Chaussee and Terry W. Gustin were married Saturday, Jan. 6, in double ring ceremony performed at 2 p.m. at Calvary Memorial Church. Officiating clergyman was Dr. M. R. Siemens with the Rev. Forrest Williams assisting. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Chaussee Jr. of 2829 Wellington Drive, was given in marriage by her father. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gustin of 2516 Eaton Lane. For her wedding the bride chose a brocade gown with long sleeves, buttoning at the wrist, a scoop neckline on fitted bodice and a bouffant skirt. A jeweled coronet held the bridal veil of silk illusion and she carried a white Bible with a white orchid and trailing ivy. Sharon Zunke, maid of honor, wore an emerald green taffeta dress with short sleeves and a bouffant skirt with a bow at the waistline. She carried a Fuji mum accented by ivy. James A. Gustin attended his brother as best man. Ronnie Gustin and George Chaussee III, brothers of the bridal couple, ushered. A reception, attended by 150 persons at the home of the bride's parents, honored the newly married pair before they left on a trip through the southern states. They will be at home at 1417^/^ Lombard Ave. upon their return. Missionary Family Schedules Return to India The Rev, and Mrs, Gordon Bell and their children, Donna and Cindy, back row, Gordon Jr. and Miriam, plan to leave Racine Jan. 22. They will sail from New York Jan. 26 on their way back to the mission field in India. Mrs, Bell, the daughter of Mrs, George Hostad of 1210 Erie St., and her husband expect to do radio work in New Delhi. Reverend and Mrs. Bell have been missionaries in West China, Tibet and India. Reverend Bell was chairman of the Calvary Memorial Five Continents Missionary Conference last September. of lace. Pleated ruffles Af|J- Niccolai Sr., best man, and tulle and flat, front lace pan-!Dr. Edward P. Niccolai, els further detailed the skirt. An elbow-length veil of im groomsman. Another brother, Peter Niccolai Jr. and a A wedding dinner was served at noon at the House of Lem preceding a reception from 2 to 4 p.m. at the home of the bride's mother. Mrs. Zaricor chose a powder blue silk frock and matching accessories for her daughter's iwedding. Mrs. Niccolai, mother of the bridegroom, was ported French illusion was j brother of the bride, James held by a crown of crystal andjB. Zaricor, ushered, pearls. A cascade of white orchids and lilies of the valley was carried by the bride. Betty Wampole, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor and Mariene DeGarmo, a cousin of the bride, served as bridesmaid. They wore emerald green taffeta dresses featuring a bateau neckline,' short sleeves and a full street- length skirt gathered to the lowered waistline. Circular veils were secured by crowns.! Each side carried a cascade of red poinsettias and green ivy. Roland Wampole was his: brother's best man and Rus-' sell Wampole served as groomsman. LaNay Wampole and Richard Burdick ushered. A buffet supper at 7 p.m. preceded the reception in Turner Hall. For her daughter's wedding and reception Mrs., Monefeldt wore a beige and white embossed linen dress and a corsage of cymbidium orchids. Mrs. Wampole was dressed in navy blue linen and had a corsage of miniature mums and lily of the val-; ley. i The couple is at home a tl 2011 ',4 Olive St. after a trip' to northern Wisconsin. —Thompson Studio MRS. ALFRED NICCOLAI (Carol Zaricor) attired in a navy blue ensemble and matching accessories. Corsages of yellow garnet roses completed their costumes. Mr. and Mrs. Niccolai will reside at 4310 5th Ave. in Kenosha upon their return from a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin. The bride, who studied piano with Dr. John F. Carre and at the Chicago Conservatory of Music, teaches in private studios in Kenosha. Neu-RIcchIo Vows Repeated at Holy Name An 11 a.m. ceremony Jan. 6 at Holy Name Church united in marriage Judith Ann Ricchio and Le Roy James Neu. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Almondo Ricchio of 1430 Villa St. and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Neu of 2039 Blake Ave. The Rev. Oswald Krusing performed the ceremony. The four Mass servers were cousins of the bride. Anita Neu was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Sheryl Ricchio and Germaine Ricchio, sisters of the bride. Best man was Larry Theilen. Groomsmen were Richard Neu, brother of the bridegroom, and Terry Neu, cousin of the bridegroom. John Sander and Dave Neu ushered. The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a floor length gown of lace over peau de sole fashioned with scalloped neckline, dropped waistline edged in scallops and long sleeves with wrist points. For something old, the bride wore a chain and cross that has been worn by her great-great-grandmother, and for something borrowed she carried a white linen handkerchief belonging to the maid of honor. A wreath of peariized blossoms held her fingertip veil. She carried white roses, white carnations and ivy. The bridal attendants wore -—Sttmuel's Portrait —Camera Hou.se MRS. TERRY GUSTIN (Diane Chaussee) MRS. LEROY NEU (Judith Ricchio) regal blue sheath dresses of peau de sole fashioned with overskirts. Their headpieces were bands covered with bows of matching material and veiling. The mother of the bride wore a mauve satin sheath with jacket and matching accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose an .aqua lace over taffeta sheath with matching accessories. After a reception at Catholic Center, the couple left for a wedding trip to Illinois. They will live at 21181/2 Carlisle Ave. Voss-Holroyd Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Cari William Voss of Milwaukee have announced the engagement of their dauphter, Jane Lynn, to Robert Austin Holroyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holroyd of Genoa, 111. Miss Voss and her fiance are teachers at Washington Park High School here. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Lawrence College in Appleton, Wis., where she was affiliated with Pi Beta Phi sorority and Eta Sigma Phi, classics honorary fraternity. Her fiance, an alumnus of Beloit College, Beloil, Wis., is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha and Jane Voss Phi Delta Kappa. The couple will be married June 23. BAPTIST EDITORS POLLED NASHVILLE. Tenn. —(/P)Southern Baptist Convention editors have rated the controversy over federal aid to^ church-related schools as the I denomination's top news story of 1961. At Our Modern Beauty Salon The New Improved ''BARONESS" Helene Curtis Cold Wave 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; she registered her gift preferences here so you could have a big selection and avoid possible duplication. $7/.50 Vo/ue How Save $4 y5o Haircut $1.50 Phone \ ME 7-1271 Helene Curtis Wave includes Reg. 7.50 permanent wave, Reg. $2 Creme or oil shampoo, and styled set, Reg. $2 Revivex Hair Conditioner. Other Helene Curtis Waves from $10 to $25 Goldblatt's, 3701 Durand Ave., Racine -rkr 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. ill 0.WEIS5 mc 313 SIXTH STREET Journai -lQin^es Want Ads Bring Rei^ults

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