The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on January 14, 1962 · Page 20
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 20

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, January 14, 1962
Page 20
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KACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Jsrn. 14, 1962 Sec. 2, Page 4 Judy Perdue Mr, and Mrs. Harold Perdue of 2900 Geneva St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy Alice, to Harlan. Van Matre, son of Wilson Van Matre of Cudahy, Wis., and Mrs. Roger Mork of Scandanavia, Wis. Miss Perdue is a teacher at Jerstad-Agerholm School and her fiance is employed at Allis-Chalmers in Milwaukee. No wedding date has been set. R. G. Anderson, Joan Haubrich Wed in Kenosha .' Ronald George Anderson, ^on of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Anderson Sr. of 3519 15th St., daimed Joan Carol Haubrich aJs his bride Dec. 16. The cere- rfiony was performed at 6 p.m. in the First Methodist Church in Kenosha by the Rev. William V. Stevens. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haubrich of 6709 45th Ave., Kenosha, was given in marriage by her father. For her wedding she wore a gown with an Alencon lace bodice and a bouffant peau de soie taffeta skirt with chapel sweep. The skirt was further accented by scalloped lace. Sleeves were long and the neckline scooped. An elbow length illusion veil was secured by an Alencon headpiece with a forward taffeta rose and a mid-forehead teardrop. She carried a cascade of small white poinsettias with white satin streamers. Mrs. Robert Zink attended her cousin as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Annette Scopel and Barbara Martin, a cousin of the bridegroom. Gail Haubrich, sister of the bride, acted as charm girl. They wore red velveteen, princess style dresses. The street-length, flared frocks had three-q u a r t e r length sleeves and sweetheart necklines. White fur pillboxes with blusher veils, trimmed with holly clusters, and niatching muffs, also accented by holly and red velveteen streamers, completed their costumes. ; Jerome Anderson Jr., brother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Groomsmen were William Helling and Thomas Haubrich, brother of the bride. Ushering duties were .shared by Dennis Martin, cousin of the bridegroom, and Ja m e s Haubrich, another brother of the bride. ; Approximately 300 guests greeted the newly married couple at an evening reception at the Kenosha Woman's Club. t The bridegroom attended tlie University of Wisconsin in Madison. He and his bride! are seniors in St. Luke's ProtestantS to Form Sra °'hirS9lSh ^,'=';Coord;naf;ng Agency ST. LOUI.S — i/P) —Nino Protestant churches in thoj northwestern part of thi.s cilyj have organized a community-' wide agency to co-ordinate^ weekday activKifs. avoid du-' plication of efforts and face problem.s which arc difficult for one church alone. Ep'tsdopul. f-" r e s bylerian,' Congregational-Christian andj Methodist churches make up' the new "West .St. Louis LCLI- menical Parish." A spokesman for the parish said, "This serves notice to our community that these churches are anchored here and intend to serve the gen-} eral welfare of the community. inqaqements Are Announcec —Charles Studio Kathleen Patzman The engagement of their daughter, Kathleen Ann, is being announced by Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Patzman of 1928 Erie St. The .bridegroom-elect, Cpl. Martin D. Stefferud, son of Mrs. Helen Stefferud of 2006 16th St. and Chester Stefferud, is with the 3d Marines stationed at El Toro Air Wing at Santa Ana, CaliL —Samuel'a Portrait Mary Oilar Mrs. Evelyn Ollar of 1727 La Salle St. is announcing the engagement of her daughter Mary Lynne to Joseph R. Knotek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Knotek of 1100 Jones Ave. Knotek, an honorman and top graduate of Enginemen School at Great Lakes, 111., is now serving in the U. S. Navy and is stationed at Norfolk, Va. No wedding date has been set. —Krencaz Photo Barbara Giever Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Giever of 2222 West Lawn Ave, announced on Christmas Day the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Michael Quayle, son.of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Quayle of Menasha, Wis. Miss Giever is employed as a secretary at WRJN. Her fiance is a junior at the University of Notre Dame. A summer wedding is planned. Nancy Dunai Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunai of 2,308 Spring St. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Nancy Jane, to Joseph O. Wasik, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wasik of 2.339 Thor Ave. October 6 has been set as the date of the wedding. —Charles studio Sandra Brenengen Mr. and Mrs. Chris Brenengen of 1621 Hamilton Ave. announce the en- l^anemenl of their daughter, Sandra Mae, to A/3C James B. Herman Jr., son of the senior Hermans of 1226 Illinois St. No date has been set for the wedding. Kathleen Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacobs of 1507 May St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen, to Richard Evans, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Evans of 2601 Arthur Ave. No date has been set for the wedding. ' Linda Brady • Jane Wedding ' S/Sgt. and Mrs. Robert W. Brady of Honolulu, Ha- v.aii, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Linda Joann, to A/Ic John W. Spence Jr., son of the senior Spences of 930 Crabtree Lane. The bridegroom-elect is stationed at •J-IK kham Air Force Base in •AUanta, Ga., A March wed- 1 •ding is planned. Lonerpan of 816 High St. are announcing the engagement of their daughter Patricia Marie to Pfc. Michael A. Troestler of 4420 Pierce Blvd. The bridegroom-elect is stationed at Camp Pendleton, Calif. No wedding date has been chosen. A BIT CONFUSING MEMPHIS —(/P)—It was a bit confusing at Colonial Park Methodist the other Sunday. The church bulletin announced: "Anthem, 'I Walked; Today Where Jesus Walked.' "Sermon, 'God Has Blocked! the Road.' " I CARE OF PROPERTY Don't turn down page I corners to mark your place in la book—a borrowed one, Mr. and Mrs. Frank I especially. —Charles Studio Alice Boomsma Mr. and Mrs. Louis Boomsma of 1110 William St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Alice Jean, to Larry Wayne Robey, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Robey of Clayton, Wis. Miss Boomsma, a graduate of Prospect Hall in Milwaukee, is employed as a secretary in Minneapolis, Minn. Her fiance, who attended the University of Wisconsin, is employed by the Hartford Insurance Co. in St. Louis, Mo. A June wedding is being planned. LAU'S Open Mon. Noon to P.M Wonderful TWEEDIES at Lau's Hnmupls Portrait Patricia Lonergan Lonergan-Troestler Jacobson's Women's Annual HAY RIDES SLEIGH RIDES RIDING • For Information Dial ME 7-4769 HOBBY HORSE STABLES North Hi0hw/iy 32 fUeins Dial MEirose 7-4769 Blocks North of S-Mils Rd. Dressy And Casual DRESSES Values from $8.95 to $29.95 9^. One Group ^ SPORTS WEAR |, • Blouses • Slocks ' • Skirts • Sweaters •A OFF COATS and \ «/ •/ ^CAR COATS / 74 »o Vl OFF Open Friday and Monday Evenings 'til 9 P.M. JACOBSON 1013 16th Street WOMEN'S STORE Dial ME 3-2212 Price Salon Waves $10.00 - $5.00 $12.50-$6.25 $15.00-$7.50 $17.50-$8.75 INCLUDES • Haircut • Shampoo • Fashion Set Mon., Tues., Wed. SHAMPOO AND $i25 *1 eieine ' OflV tOOBI CD. 437 Moin S». Phone ME 2-4243 Beauty Saton—3rd Floor Appolnlmenl not alwayi nrcciiar)' Op-in Man. and Fri. r.ret •tn « r.M. Gary Sforks Say Wedding Vows in Double Ring Rife In a doub e ring ceremony in St. Patrick's Church on Jan. 6, performed by the Rev. Martin Gloudeman, Gary R. Stark of Ramsey, Mich., j claimed Gloria Jean Kralicek as his bride. The new Mrs. Stark is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome C. Kralicek Sr. of 206 Barker St. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stark of Ramsey. The bride, escorted by her father, appeared in a gown of re-embroidered Alencon lace and tulle with a modified scoop neckline, cap sleeves and a voluminous overskirt of lace over tiered flounces. The skirt ended in a chapel sweep. Her flowers were a colonial arrangement of white carnations, roses, hyacinth florets and holly. Honor attendant was Sharon Stark, sister of the bridegroom, with Patricia Lonergan as bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of aqua Chantilly lace, also styled with scoop necklines, shirred bodices and full tiered skirts. They wore matching aqua sequined slips with circular veils in their hair and carried Mamie Eisenhower carnations and holly. The bride's brother, Rich- |ard Kralicek, was the best man and Richard Baker was the groomsman. Ushers were the bride's brother, Jerome Kralicek Jr., and Jerry Rudat. Before leaving on a wedding trip, the couple was honored at a wedding breakfast and a reception in Lincoln St. Turner -Hall. The bride's mother wore a frock of beige nylon over taffeta with brown accessories and a corsage of white carnations and pink garnet roses. The bridegroom's mother selected a rose-beige lace dress with brown accessories, and wore 'a similar corsage. The Starks Will reside at 1012 10th St. —Camera House MRS. GARY STARK (Gloria Kra1ic6k) —Moses Photo Charlotte Arnold Engaged BE NEAT When a house guest, keep your bedroom in order and leave the bathroom looking tidy. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Arnold of Camp Hill, Pa., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Charlotte Romayne, to William Roy Kothe of Harrisburg, Pa., formerly of Racine. He is the son of Herman A. Kothe of Fifield, Wis., and the late Mrs, Verna Kothe. The bridegroom-elect is employed by the Nationwide Insurance Co. in Harrisburg. A June wedding is being planned. Lisf Your Resolutions After the holidays, things settle down on an even keel in both home and office. This is a fortunate think for most of us. Children would love Christmas 365 days a year, but adults will settle for something less. And because there is a period of quiet, it's the best time to decide what you want to achieve in the coming year. For many women, this is the spur to a diet, to exercise, to better grooming and therefore, a more cheerful outlook. Somehow, it no longer seems possible to let things slide; action seems essential. The best method is to make a list of the things you really want to do. (You won't get through all of them, but don't let this worry you.) Your list might include weight loss, hair care plan, more rest, daily exercise, spot reducing, and so on. Once you've made the list, don't discuss it with anyone. For in discussion, your will power can evaporate. Keep the list in a drawer and check it daily to make sure you're following your program. You're bound to achieve some results. Moisturizer Protects Skin During the winter, it's important to keep a moisturizer on your skin, under your make-up, all day long. The best way to do this is to apply it very lightly after washing in the morning. Give it 10 or 15 minutes to penetrate your skin before proceeding with your make-up. (Have your coffee in the meantime, or assemble the clothes you infend to wear that day.) If you use a thin film, your make - up should go on smoothly. The moisturizer will provide day-long protection against heat, cold and sudden changes in temperature. As to which moisturizer, there are many excellent ones on the market. these racks must be cleared to look like this Our Biggest Reductions in Yedrst EXTRA SPECIAL! Beige Sheared Beaver JACKET . . *379 with Autumn Ilaie Mink Collar . . *379 CHECK WHAT WE HAVE LEFT: 41 FUR COATS left. . . »148 to «521 44 FUR JACKETS left • MSto^SSS 4 letoutMIim JACKETS left «660 to ^1375 9 Squirrel CAPES & STOLES left S113 to «148 21 MIIVK STOLES left. .^99 to »792 3 FOX SHRUGS left «82to$110 4 MINK BOAS left. . . 34 FUR SCARFS left. . 33 FUR COLLARS left . . . . «75 »53 to $145 . . *4 to »55 All piiccs irulude tax OPEN FRIDAYS 'TIL 9 cue 1330 STATE ST. 5,

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