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

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HACINi: SUNDAY BULLETIN August 9, 1959 Sec. 2. V»KC 2 Nuptials Unife Rita Fornary, Robert Kelley MRS. ROBERT J. KELLEY (Rita Fornary) Af(or Aug. 10, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Kclley, the former Rita Ruth Fornary. will be at home to friends at 402 Paun- ack Place, Madison. Parenl.<! of the bride arc Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fornary, 32M Washington Ave. The bridcRroom is the grandson of Jesse Kelley of Fond du Lac. The wcddinp took place Aii;^, 1 at 11 a.m. in .St. Edward's Church, with the Rev. Richardi J. Schaefcr officiating. Later a! dinner was served at the Ivanj hoe and a reception was held in the Eagles Club. The couple! left afterward on a wedding! trip to Ontario, Canada. The bride's gown of im-' ^ C L _i ported embroidered nylon sheer |/irO CXCnQnOGO was styled witli a pointed' hastnie, brief sleeves and seal- Priest Performs Nuptials for Brother, Bride —c;ii«rlf« 8111(110 MRS. JERRY KNOTEK (Rita Mac Rolh) Chrhtensen Vows The Wheaton Church Is Nuptial Scene Marilvnn Ann Drisner, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Aiifiusi E.fioor length .skirl. A doublel(^'liri^,i^^nsen •Drisner, Long Beach, Calif., ^t ^.ji,,,, j-pfj^^n of seed pearls Rev. Robert Gower loped sabrina neckline, l.m-lheard the nuptial vows of broidered flounces formed heriNancy Williams and Arthur L, Jr. Ml Calvary p.m. Satur- veil in place, and she!^'''y- -'"'y Alexa white orchid and/inder lloirlis offered the pray- formerly of Racine, became the aVursequin.s held her fingertips""''''^ Church at 7 bride of luigene Pnul Wright in j]),,^;,,,! rites rend recently in Wheaton (.;,riied Bible Church. Wheaton. H'-,sieph.inolis with a praverbook!er. Parents of the couple are Parents of the bridegroom are;.,^ father gave her in mar-: Dr. and Mrs. Paul Wright <'f;riaf.p. ""''^^ " ' Wheaton. ! i^;,^'^ Maurice Whalen of The Rev. Malcolm Cronk of- Mihvaukre was her matron of ficiatcd al the 7 ]).in. ceremony, honor. Bridesmaids were her assisted by the Rev. Donald sister, Arlcne Fornary, and Opfer of Racir-e. .Mrs. Ceorge Dechant.. Their Given in marriage by her cocktail length frocks of em- father, the bride wore a gown broidered .sheer repeated the shades (if tiic embroidery in wulc ciinniirrlMinds which be- (,11110 ba( k liows. 'riuMr chin .veils, trimmed with pearls, I were (.uighl to blue hairbraid Iclips, ,ind Ihey carried pink carina! ions and briarcliff roses. Dc.in Trcjitow of Madison was best man. Groomsmen were Kolx 'rt .Sheridan of Iron Mountain, Mich., and William Hucher of .Stevens Point. Donald Haldwin of Racine and i Harry Pionke of Madison ushered. Mrs. Fornary chose a Dior blue lace sheath with pastel blue satin trim and white accessories for her daughter's wedding. - Mpr.lrils attirilo MRS. ARTHUR CHRISTENSEN .IR. -Chsrlci Studio MRS. DAVID J. DOUGLAS (Susan Miottel) Douglas-Miottel (Nuncy Williams) Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Williams,'>^ ''^•'^•'^'/z B'^'^' Rt. W, Pox .^)00, and the senior The Rev. John T. Knolck was celebrant of the nuptial high mass offered at 9 a.m. in St. Edward's Church when his brother, Jerry M. Knotek, claimed Rita Mae Rbth as his bride. Parents of the couple arc Mr, and Mrs. Cyril Knotek, 82J Hagcrer St., and Mr. and Mrs. Percy C. Roth, 173.3 Deane Blvd. The former Miss Roth chose a floor length wedding gown of net and lace, designed with short sleeves, scoop neckline and tiered skirt with accents of pearls and sequins. Her fingertip veil was gathered a ^ matching headpiece d o 11 e d;KOWS SpOKeO with sequin.s and pearls, and she carried a .spray arrangement of pink rosebuds as her father gave her in marriage. Her honor attendant, Frances Consiglcro, wore a ballerina frock'of yellow organza, with a cummerbund which became a front bow, A matching half- hat with circular veil, and a bouquet of yellow roses and white carnations, completed her ensemble. Corinne Oertcll, niece of the bridegroom, was dressed in white embossed cotton with a matching headpiece for her duties as flower girl. Charles Knotek was his brother's best man and ushers were Al Knotek and Wilfred Brault. The music of the mass was sung by the senior choir of .St. Edward's. Mrs. Roth, mother of the bride, wore powder blue lace over taffeta with a matching hat. The bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Knotek, selected a black and white bemberg sheer with black net hat. The couple greeted friends at a reception in the VFW Club before leaving on a wedding trip to the Black Hills. When they return, they wi Bauer-Bellovary Vows Spoken Paul R. Bauer and Veronica Bellovary repeated nuptial vows before Msgr. H. J. Schmitt in St. Joseph's Church at 10 a.m. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. .foseph Bellovary, 2715 Douglas Ave., are parents of the bride and the bridegroom's parents are Mr, and Mrs, Fred P. Bauer, 1463 Ellis Ave. For her wedding, the bride chose a gown of silk organza and rosepoint lace over taffeta, with Sabrina neckline, lace sleeves and Empire basque. It had a pouffed butterfly back bow and ca.scading panels accenting the bouffant skirt. Her illusion veil was gathered to a crown of pearls and rhinestones. She carried white orchids and stephanotis. The maid of honor, Joyce Bellovary, cousin of the bride, and the bridesmaid, Judy Dob- ,ratz, wore blue print sheers The marriage of Susan Jane over blue taffeta. The gowns Miottel and David James Doug- were detailed with .scoop neck- las was solemnized .Saturday, unes and crushed blue taffeta July 18. in St. Edward's Church.L ummerbunds. They wore The Rev. Richard J. Schaeferjmatching flower hats with cir- read the 11 a.m. rites. The cular veils and carried cascade bride is the daughter of Mr, arrangements of pink roses. iv/i.» t.-i.„_ . -..^ jjji^pj (^Qjg cousin of the —Charlsa Studio MRS. PAUL R. BAUER (Veronica Bellovary) and Mrs. Elton L. Miottel, 4:514 Spring St., and the bridegroom' bride, was flower girl, wearing IS the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul white nylon ninon over taffeta Douglas, 1311 West Blvd. {and a ruffled net half hat with The bride's gown of silk or-jpearl trim. She carried a basket ganza and hand-clipped Chan- of pink roses. tilly lace over taffeta featured a re-embroidered basque with seed pearls and sequins. The Raymond Bauer was best man. The ushers were Jerry Bellovary, Lee Bauer and Jim bouffant skirt was in modified Bauer. intermission length and ended The ceremony preceded a rein a brush sweep train. Herj-eption at Roma Lodge. The MRS. EUGENE WRKillT (Marilynn Drisner) The bride is a graduate ofjMr. and Mrs. Christcn.sen. 1138 St. Agnes School of Nursing in Grand Ave lond du Lac. Her husband, \^,^^ who is with the Wisconsin . , , , , , , . , I Highway Commission, is a i'^^"^ f''"'^"' '^'""^'^ a ballerina-length gown of silk nrgan/.a appliciued with .jtudcnl al the University of Alencon lace. It was styled on,Wisconsin, majoring in civil princess hncs willi a S:vbrina;(.„j,|,ii.c'ring. neckline and ciuipel train. Her! ' fingertip veil was gathered to M/SS/onory Baotisms a ballerina crnun trimmed with n i i L li i ii seed pearls. .She carried a bon -lKepOrted Oy Maryknoll roses and slcph- quet of pin anotis. Mrs. Robert Drisner matron of honor for her OSSINING, N.Y. —(/T)—T he wore of Chant illy lace over taffeta featuring a Sabrina neckline and iridescent jewel trim on the bodice. A matching lace crown accented with pearls and iridescents secured her headquarters for the MaryknoUjbouffant veil. She carried a r w a s Fathers reports that the order's f,.,, f^^,.^ r sislcr-jfar-flung missionary work in lOj . „ in-law. The bridesmaids were|countrics resulted in 82,595 Ro-i"''^"""^' »^^'<lerfly roses and Miriam Andrews, Julianne man Catholic baptisms in the:''''-''^ ^'""''"1 Crouch, cousin of the bride,'past year, and Marjoric Wright, sister of " the bridegroom. The aides' pink and white organdy gowns featured emiimidered pink flowers on the bodice and skirt and pink taffet.i cummerl)unds. They carried liouciuets of deep; pink and wliite carnations. Their headpieces were crowns of variegated pink carnations. The flower girl. Susie Wright, cousin of the bridegroom, wore' a frock styled like those of the! aides. F.ric I'.rnest, cousin of; the bride, was riiigliearer. James Wright attended his cousin as best man. Tlic ushers were John Tirrell, Raymond Harling, IN O b e r I Drisner,brother of the bride, and Roger- Wright, brother of the bridegroom. A reception was held in the church parlors. The new Mr, and Mrs. Wright are residing at Carol Streams, 111., after a; wedding trip to the Smoky; Mountains. Sunday School Fair Slated in Caliiornia FRESNO, Calif. — (/I'l — A huge throng of Sunday School educators and teachers from across the country—more than 30,000 of them — are expected for the third annual Central California Sunday School Fair here next Oct. 28-31. They'll survey t h e latest techniques in teaching religion to children. Lynne Nelson Winter Bride-to-Be The engagement of Lynne Helen Nelson of Applcton to Harry Nield Drier, son of Mr. and Mrs, Hurry Drier, 1312 Buchanan St,, has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Harold Nelson, Appleton. Miss Nelson is a senior in St. Luke's Hospital School of Nursing and will graduate this month. Her fiance is a student at Drake University in Dcs Moines. The couple is planning ? December wedding. The bride was attended by Linda Larson as maid of honor and by Susan Acklam and Danecn Jochum as bridesmaids. Their gowns of light blue silk organza had bateau necklines, cap sleeves and bouffant, ballerina - length skirts. They wore light blue shattered leaf half-hats with circular veils. The maid of honor carried a cascade bouquet of pink garnet roses and carnations and the aides had cascades of pink carnations. The flower girl, Jean Frank cnburger, wore a ballerina- length frock of white net accented with blue bows. She wore a matching headpiece and 4 * * 'kt-^ —HlKhllKht Studio MRS. THOMAS CLAZMER (Dolores Anderson) Speak Pron)ises at St, Edward's St, Edward's Church was the scene at 10 a. m. Saturday, July 25. of nuptial rites uniting Dolores Margaret Anderson and' Thomas James Clazmer. The Rev. Richard J. Schaefer officiated. Parents of the couple imported illusion veil was caught to a headpiece of white lilacs accented with seed pearls. Given in marriage by her father, she carried a triple cascade arrangement of white butterfly roses, pink shattered carnations, stephanotis and ivy. Mary Ellen Miotttel was maid of honor for her bister. The bridesmaids were another sister, Judith Miottel, Jean Heck of Burlington and Jeanne Dore of Lyons. Their gowns of white silk organiza over taffeta were styled with Sabrina necklines, resideicontoured basques and harem .skirts accented with blue satin bows. They wore white organdy picture hats in a daisy design with blue velvet bands and blue shattered flowers. The hats were designed and fashioned by Mrs. Thomas Just. Blue painted daisies, stephanotis and ivy were combined in their friendship ring bouquets. Richard Brill was best man; and the ushers were James Douglas and William Greer. Dan Koleske was soloist. The ceremony preceded a wedding dinner at the Spinning Wheel and a reception at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will be at home at 712 Lake Ave. after Sept. 3. The bride was graduated from Racine-Kenosha County Teachers College and will teach at St. Rita's School this fall. The bridegroom attended the University of St. Louis and Milwaukee School of Engineering. mother of the bride wore a beige lace dress with light blue accesesories. The bridegroom's mother chose blue lace and white accessories. Both had orchid corsages. The new Mr. and Mrs. Bauer will reside at 2105 Clarence Ave. Beverly Jenkins Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jenkins, 1432 Grange Ave., are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Beverly Jane, to Arthur J. Dupuis, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Dupui.s, 1830 Chatham St. No definite \ wedding plans have been made. Mrs, Fred Frook 8S Years Old Mrs. Fred Frook, a resident of Racine for 50 years before going to Chicago to make her home with her daughter, will celebrate her 85th birthday anniversary Tuesday evening. The party will take place at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Carl Petersen (Bertha Frook) at 9558 S. Bell Ave., Chicago, with whom she resides. Four generations will be represented. Her sister, Mrs. Percy Lunn, is expected from Kan.sas City, Mo., and her brother and sister-in-law, the Fred Eggerts, from Racine. Mrs. Frook and her husband, who died 22 years ago, had ten children of whom five survive. Her family includes Col. and Mrs. Frank Tritton (Lydia), Mr. and Mrs. Albert Krentz (Martha) of Kenosha, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frook of Racine, Mrs. Petersen, and Mr. and Mrs. George Frook. She has seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. During the 40 years of their married life, Mr. and Mrs. Frook spent 30 years in Racine where he conducted a decorating business, and 10 years in northern Wisconsin and Canada, where they engaged in farming. They were long-time members of Grace Baptist Church, Racine. Milwaukee /Yome for Bridal Pair When Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Baltusis, the former Joyce Christoffersen, return from their wedding trip to California, they will establish their home in Milwaukee, The bride is the daughter of Mrs, Laura Klamm, 3921 Sheridan Rd. Her husband is the son of Edward Baltusis, 1100 North St., Racine. For the wedding ceremony, performed in St. Rita's Church on July 25 by the Rev. Edwin Haeussler, O.S.A., the bride chose a gown of pure silic shantung, ballerina length, its scoop neckline outlined with tiny pearls and its full skirt caught to a long torso bodice. Her short circular veil was caught to a crown of pearls and she carried a prayer book with phaneanopsis orchids. Henry Klamm gave her in marriage. Her matron of honor, Mrs. —Meilnia Studio MRS. LEONARD BALTUSIS (Joyce Christoffersen) .Jacob Klamm, wore a green ballerina frock and carried harmonizing flowers, Lionginas Pliura was the best man and David Klamm and Viadas Vilcinas ushered. A reception honoring the couple was held in the evening at Catholic Center. BESTE ii TAPESTRY HANDBAGS On tap for fall: tapestry^ handbags, many with leather,^ _ ^, „ . , ^ handles and trim. Trim, in't BEAUTY SALON black brown or beige can be,! 305 Mal^'st'^'"*""" matched to shoes or gloves. '^•••^^ Look Your Best! Reg. $15.00 $795 Cold Wave * Machine fC; Wave ^ up All Permancnts Include Reconditioninit: Shampoo, Haircut and Style. Dial 4-73S1 Prior to her marriage, the, bride was guest of honor at ^^at\ot\'s 'BeOUty Bill' miscellaneous shower given by;, •, Mrs. Paul Douglas, mother of m BllllOn Dollar L /OSS the bridegroom, Mrs. Art Greer and Mrs. William Peck. The bride's mother and her sisters. NEW YORK—Retail sales of perfumes, cosmetics, and other Mary Ellen and Judith Miottel.i;";!^! lT '''H ?rhPH'^''1'".§ or,.„...„,-.,„j „ ,: 1. ' I toilet soaps, climbed to 1.52 entertained at a linen shower.! carried a basket of white car-,are Mr- and Mrs. David J. An-! nations and pink rose petals. Kenneth Kexel was best man and the groomsmen were David Williams and David Christensen. William Fons and LeRoy Steves ushered. Mrs. Christine Ruppel was soloist. For the cereinony and the reception in the church parlors, the bride's mother selected a powder blue linen dress, white accessories and a corsage of pink garnet roses and white carnations. The mother of the bridegroom wore an avocado green dress, gold accessories and a corsage of yellow garnet roses and carnations. The couple is residing at 3031 Oakwood Rd. after a wedding trip to Whitewater Lake. at the home of the bridegroom's' parents. derson. 3211 Wright Ave.", andChurch Tour Gu'lde m2 old Av '""ed by Methodists A reception was held from 4 they take vacation trips. 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They wore identical gowns of printed silk chiffon' over yellow taffeta with; avocado green cummerbunds,; They carried orchids encircled; with carnations on avocado lace fans, Clarence Clazmer was best man for his brother and another brother, Robert Clazmer, was groomsman. The ushers jwere Joseph Anderson, brother of the bride, and Anthony Ortiz. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs, Anderson chose a white ^ lace sheath, powder blue acces-, sories and a white orchid encircled with blue carnations. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige sheath, pink accessories and a white orchid centered in pink carnations. cent increase over 1957, which was a record sales year. FACE POWDER To have a smooth freshly- powdered look that lasts all evening, apply powder generously with a fresh cotton square, pressing firmly into the skin. 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