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Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, August 9, 1959
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Parties for Mrs. John R. Dunn, the former Margot An dis, whose marriage took place Saturday, began early last month when three hostesses Mrs. Kenneth P. "Hermes, Mrs Leslie Drayton and Mrs. Thomas Sunsted gave a supper party and miscellaneius shower for her at the Hermes residence. Miss Mary Eitel was hostess at a kitchen shower and t h e bride received gifts of linen at a shower given by her maid of honor, Colleen Ward, in Milwaukee. Meadowbrook Town and Country Club was the setting for the dinner party given by Mrs. Mathew Andis Sr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Andis, and an informal dinner party, with Jody Regenburg as hostess, took place at the Regenburg home. The staff of the Catholic Social Welfare Bureau in Milwaukee presented the bride a gift at a luncheon in her honor. Miss Mary Whaley honored the bride at a luncheon in Racine Country Club. At the same time the bride was attending the spinster dinner given by Mrs. Donald Ritter and Suzanne Hamilton at the Hamilton home, the bridegroom was the guest of honor at a bachelor diner in Milwaukee with Al Kaelin as host. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Andis Jr. gave the rehearsal dinner at their home Friday evening. Prior to her marriage, Mrs. Eugene Paul Wright, the former Marilynn Ann Drisner, was guest of honor at a party given for friends in Wheaton, 111., by Martha Purdy and Miriam Andrews. Mrs. Herman Crouch and Mrs. Stedman Olson entertained for Racine friends. Aunts and cousins of the bride vere guests at a party given by Mrs. Robert Drisnei*. Among the pre-nuptial parties :Onoring Mrs. Arthur L. Chrisensen Jr., the former Nancy vVilliams, was a linen shower ;iven by the bridegroom's nother, the senior Mrs. Chris- Jensen, and sister, Mrs, Chrisline R u p p e 1. Mrs. Cletus Frankenburger and the bride's mother, Mrs. Thomas Williams, entertained at a miscellaneous shower. Hostesses at another miscellaneous shower were the bride's aunts, Mrs. Edward Pons and Mrs. Lester Benson. The bride's attendants, Linda Larson, Daneen Jochum and Susan Acklam, also gave a miscellaneous shower. Mrs. William Bullamore of Kenosha cousin of the bride, was hos less at a pantry shower. Mrs. Robert J. Kelley, the former Rita Ruth Fornary, was the guest of honor, befire her recent marriage, at a shower given by Mrs. Norman Rosland, at which she received a gift from the group. She was also honored at a personal shower given by Mrs. George Dechant and Gloria Fornary. Pre-nuptial parties honoring Mrs. James S. Thompson, the former Sonia Hogard, included a personal shower given by her sister, Mrs. Carl E. Rasmussen. Miscellaneous showers were given by Mrs. Myrtel Thompson, mother of the bridegroom, and Mrs. Otto Balde, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Leo Tutak and Mrs. Harold Nagel entertained at a surprise shower. Mrs. Thomas James Clazmer, the former Dolores Margaret Anderson, was honored at series of parties preceding her marriage, including a shower given by Mrs. Harry Clazmer. Aunts of the bride entertained at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. Edward Yan- nish. Miscellaneous showers also were given by Mmes. Ray Bertelsen, Dayton Cheney and Donald Wilson and by Misses Violet Christensen and Betty Christensen. Kathleen Fay was hostess at a linen shower and a personal shower was given by Mrs. Nello Lilla. Varied Works Presented in Wustum Show .Iimriml -Ti. rms Photo Doctor, Family Boston-Bound After Visit Dr. James H. Jandl of Boston, his wife, the former Patricia Slensby of Milwankoe, and their children planned their vacation trip to include a convention in Montreal as well as a visit in Racine with his mother, Mrs. Charles Jandl, 1311 Munroe Ave., and a. visit in Milwaukee with her family. Pictured above, from left, are Robert, 6, Ciiri'sUne, 7, Elizabeth, .3, Dr. Jandl, Susan, 2, and Mrs. Jandl. Dr. Jandl, who is engaged in research in the field of hematology, was a member of a panel discussing Rll factors at Uho International Congress of Pediatrics in Montreal. Affiliated with Boston City'llospi tiil, a unit of the Harvard Medical School, Dr. Jandl also holds the academic rank of assi.staiU professor of medicine at Harvard. The Jandls left Saturday for the cast. IIACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN AuRust 9,19i5,1 Sec. P«te 3 Margot Andis,JohnR.Dunn Recite Vows in St. Patrick's Featured in the August exhibition program at Wustum Museum arc the work of a Racine artist, Richard Jensen; graphics by 14 Rotterdam artists and Coast Meets Coast, paintings and sculpture by •last and West Coast artists. Jensen, an advertising agency art director and instructor at aiyton School and Wustum Musoiun, shows a group of recent water colors and oil iiaint- ngs. The new work is abstract with bold patterns created with black lines. These combine with his representational water colors for a varied showing. Fourteen Rotterdam Artists s un exhibition of the work of contemporary Dutch artists working in Rotterdam and was organized with the co-operation of the Netherlands Ministry of Education. Arts and Sciences. It was brought to this country )y the Netherlands Information Service. The exhibition includes 68 drawings, etchings, lithographs, pen at\d inks and monotypes. Coast Meets Coast was organized by the Esther Roblos Gallery, Los Angeles, for ^the Western Association of Art Museums. East Coast artists represented are Will Barnet, Doris Kreindler, Seong Moy and Jim Forsberg. Representing the West Coast are Doro thy Brown, Shirle Goedike. Hans Burkhardt and Stan Stussy. Two sculptors included are Julie McDonald and Esther I^ehr. Each artist is represented by an oil, watercolor and drawing and the two sculptors are represented by three pieces each. I 'lllt,'. fitiull') Fashion Influences Jewelry in Design, Color, Styling —Charles Studio MRS. JAMES S. THOMPSON (Sonia Hogard) James Thompson Claims Bride A double ring ceremony in Our Savior's Lutheran Church at 4 p. m. Saturday, Aug. 1, united in marriage Sonia Hogard and James S. Thompson. The Rev. Ervin Bondo officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Morris T. Hogard, 2335 Olive St., and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Myrtel Thompson, 1402 S. Lafayette Ave. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride wore a ballerina-length white lace gown styled with bateau neckline, short sleeves and satin bow. Her veil was secured by a matching headpiece of pearls and sequins. She carried a white Bible with a white orchid, stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. Carl E. Rasmussen, only attendant for her sister, wore a shrimp - colored lace dress styled like that of the bride. A matching headpiece comple mented her gown and she car ried one large salmon-colored glamellia, Donald R. Thompson was best man for his brother. The ushers were Morris B. Hogard, brother of the bride, and Carl E. Rasmussen. The soloist was Mary Barwich. The ceremony preceded a reception at the home of the bride's parents. The mother of the bride chose a light blue silk dress and blue and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a light gray and white print with white accessories. Both had orchid corsages. After a wedding trip to Can ada, the couple will reside at 1412 >/2 W. 6th St. New Paint Provides 'Blackboard' Walls NEW YORK—A new wall paint permits youngsters to write on their bedroom walls with chalk to their hearts' content. Afterward the wall-to-wall "blackboards," which come in various colors- can be erased clean. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Westrich, 1541 Wolff St., will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Wednesday evening at a reception at Dania Hall, Relatives, friends and neighbors are invited to the reception, which will begin at 8 p. m. Mrs. James Tyvand, the former Josephine Rohan, is here from Danville, 111. with her children, James and Betsy, to visit her mother, Mrs. Aldridge, 1423 Russet St. Mrs. William Baldock, Jay- cette president, greeted wives of members of the Junior Chamber of Commerce at the annual president's tea held Wednesday at the Robert Heinrich home, 3230 Lathrop Ave. Pouring at the tea table, which was decorated with summer flowers, were Mrs. Fred Barthenhier, Mrs. Clarence Gillett and Mrs. Elliott Shaw. Arrangements for the tea were in charge of Mrs. Robert Martin and Mrs. Shaw. Barbara Brehm Plans to Wed The engagement of Barbara Marie Brehm to Robert DeHahn is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Adam Brehm of Van Nuys, Calif., formerly of Racine. Miss Brehm is residing with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Barton, 2220 Ashland Ave. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. De­ Hahn, 1841 Mead St. No wedding date has been chosen.' * The new fall clothes have been unveiled to the jury of fashion experts and the votes are now in. Women w'ill look elegant, feminine and ladylike this fall in subdued colors, marked waistlines, softened draped silhouettes and elegant fabrics with soft discreet finishes. The touch of real glamor and individuality in fall fashions comes often from accessories and especially from jewelry. And new fall jewelry has taken its cue directly from dress and suit fashions and in design, coloring and styling is a planned and pretty accent to the lovely new clothes. Trends The Fashion Co-ordination Institute reports several specific trends to watch in new fall jewelry. Tailored jewelry in both gold and silver, whether it is measured by the karat or a costume facsimile, has a big, important place in fall plans. Bead necklaces look new in subdued, diffused color ings, lying flat to the throat in three to five row bibs to replace the bunched look of other seasons. There is a sharp line between day and evening in the new jewelry, the institute reports, and an array of "important" looking jewelry, designed to lend color and glamor to after-dark clothes, is making big fashion news. The ornamental clasp is a mark of newness in many fall necklaces, and there is a new length to watch — from 22 to 27 inches to complement the shirtwaist and the plunging necklines of many tailored suits and dresses. Texture Texture is one of the major clues to fashion in all types of fall jewelry, the institute reports. In tailored jewelry, metal has been braided, twisted, stamped and burnished with soft Florentine finishes, or spotted with shiny accents, to give a completely new look to the classic jewelry which this season blends so beautifully with the color and feeling of tailored clothes in soft grays, browns and beiges. Texture is achieved in stone- set jewelry through new pronged settings and new designs that literally pile flashing stones high to create a lovely treasure chest look to necklaces, pins and earrings. A whole new look of texture in bead necklaces is achieved through mixing many different shapes, sizes and finishes in one necklace. Diffused Look Color, too, contributes to this new look of texture, the institute reports. A diffused look, featuring many different shadings of a basic color or a soft contrast of colors, gives depth and sparkle to much of the new jewelry. The color note in jewelry for fall, whether precious or cos tume, follows two different paths, according to the institute. Daytime jewelry ranges from the lovely glow of gold, through soft diffused shades of olive green, gray, beige and white. For evening, jewelry blazes forth in glorious true gem tones to accent the simple black clothes that are such smart fall fashion. K. E, Svendsens Wed in Emmaus -RIcluiiJ Miilkiis MRS. VERNON SVENDSEN (Willine Janigoski) Reunion Bridges 37-Year Absence Making up for 37 years of separation are Mrs. Ohannes Tahmazian, who arrived here recently from Marseilles, France, her sister, Mrs. Peter Yoghoiirtjian. 1223 Liberty St., and her brother, Nishan Mahdasiian, 1102 Railroad St. The Mahdas [an family, like manyothers, w ns divided during the troubled times after World War I. The Yoghourt- jians and their small son and Mrs. Yoghouf.tjian's brother came to Racine and have resided here sinice, Mrs. Tahmazian had a former Racine resident. Miss Lucy Margos ian, as her traveling companion on the westward trip. The family plans a large reunion during the visitor's stay in this country. Vernon E. Svendsen claimed Willine Bea Jaragoski as his bride in an early evening service on July 18 in Emmaus Lutheran Church. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated at the vows of the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Jaragoski, 202 Luedike Ave., and the son of Mrs. Marius Svendsen, 1121 Stuart Rd. The ballerina length brida gown or re-embroidered tulle had a sabrina neckline outlined in sequins, short sleeves and full tiered skirt. The bride's vei was caught to a matching crown of lace trimmed with sequins and seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids, roses and ste phanotis. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mausing Mrs. Mausing's aqua chiffon and taffeta frock had a fu skirl and a bodice whose cow neckline was caught to a bac panel. She wore a matching half hat of leaves with circula veil and carried a cascade o white daisies. Ushers were Alvin Svendsen and Richard Grcgersen. The newly married Svend sens left on a wedding trip aft er a reception in the churc parlors. They are residing at 3024 Wright Ave. Two pre-nuptial showers honored the bride. One, a linen shower, was given by Mrs, Gordon Mausing. Hostesses at a miscellaneous shower were her new sisters-in-law, the Mmes. Viggo Svendsen, Alvin Svendsen, Reuben Svendsen, Raymond Svendsen and Eincr Sven mond Svendsen and Finer Svendsen. The marriage of Miss Margot Rita Andis and .Tohn R. Dunn of Milwaukee, both graduates of Marquette University, took place .Saturday ^immmm. at 11 a,m, in fj ^Sg?''*'' St.. Patrick's Church w i t h ^^S* the Rev. Mar- x^^* tin Gloudoman ff'f^^ as celebrant of ' ,''*• the n u p t i a I Wi mass. ^ The bride is ^ the daughter ' of Mr. a n d Mrs. Matthew G. Andis Jr., 3721 Lighthouse Dr. A sociology major, she will contihue as a social worker with the Catholic Social Welfare Service. Her husband is the son o f M r. a n d Mrs. James P. D u n n. N. 8lh St., M i I w n u- k e e. II e in ao r e d in economies and is n the management training program of Se;irs Rocbuclc ."v^icijinlilncd v.ith ';t(|ih;inolis and Co. Young Mrs. Dimn ;ittiliat ('(l|ivy. Mr Aiulf. :,,i\c liis tiaugli- with Kajipa Beta (iamina, amller in muni:' • ler bridegroom with AlpliM l 'lii| lour al! idani-, wearing Omega and Alpha Sii'jna Nu.'col illiun blu' 'ln'ilh t'n)cl <s Jesuit honorary fraternily. jwilli tlraind i -.u !v dciail which The bride's gown of whili'Mjecaiiic llMiimc, piiu'ls, pre- silk organza was slyl<*d (m !cc (lc(l the budi-. Mi.; Colleen Ward nf Mel h„iy. 111., was the maid ol honor and hiiiiesinaids )carls at the yoke. The |)laiM|Were llic Misses ( yiilhia Andis skirl was extrenu'ly full, llcrjaiul .lodv Ki'^'Mbiu;; of Kacinc veil fell from a cap of s .itiiiiaiid Mr .s. Doii.dd I'iilcr of Mil- md Alencon lace, dolled wilhlwaukcc. liny wore matching seed pearls, and she carriedjdiadinis .ind larricd white white phalaenojisis oiTliiiisj'jadioll . IIHI \illnw loscs. Tho 'riowcr !'irl. Drlmr.di I'osselt of Milw .nil-.'c v.iiii' while sheer. ;Slic had a coionii of flowers jaiid cnrri'tl a I '.rJ.i 't of yelloW land wliili- viy\'-:. Arlliui' I 'll' ill ol i\1ilwaukc(! was till' I;;".I man. Ushering were Marvin I.w 'nllsolsko and RichartI I'.r.i/ oi' Milwaukee, ami Ih'' iiiid'':; 'orother, Matthew Andis III. Mrs. Aiuii'; v. iliu 's'scd her dau |',hln's wrddin;', and al- llendiMl tl,f! ri Miioii in tho ( liih ,i; I, rw .ird vvear- w '.iii" lialian silk en- Vvidi hiui' v('i\'('l ac- classic lines with white Alcii con lace sprinkled Willi si-cd MRS. JOHN ]\. DUNN (Margot Anc'iis) Maide:. iiii* a scmhit ci'iiis. .sfic ( 111) .,• ;i matching hlui' ha( ,Mid I cuisa."!' of cym- hitliimi on hid-. Mis. Dunn, the hridci'ioom's m o I li e r, woro hei:',(> silk oii -an/a wilh malch- inj* lial and al•(•t 's^;(lries. She loo had cymbidiuni orchids. The yoiin;', nuims' wedding trip will la!;{' them through noitliciii VVi.'^coniiin and Mich- if'.an into Canada. They will make their home in Milwaukee. FALL WARDROBE If you |)Ul your fall clothes away without looking them over last spring, now's your chance to ma!u» amends. You've still time to make minor re- liairs and !;el them to the dry cleaners. Mary Jane Anderson Fiancee Mr. and Mrs. William T. Anderson, 2424 Hate St., are announcing the engagemeiil of their daughter, Mary Jayne, to Roger Letsch. The bridegroom-elect is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl 0. Christianson, 1.501 Maple SI. The couple has not chosen a wedding date. — Pctz I'orlruU Gloria Rickard Set Wedding Date Announcement is being made by Mrs. Esther Rickard, 2325'/a Taylor Ave., of the engagement of her daughter, Gloria, to Jim Harden, son of Ervin Harden, Corinth, Miss. An Oct, 24 wedding is being planned. fjgf SIXTH AT VIllA LATEST HAIR STYLING — alto — Children's Hoir Culling SPECIALLY PRICED PERMANENT Including Hair Style $goo ADONNA 2055 Toylor Ave. BEAUTY SALON ME 4-4351 01 courise, you can RENT fcrmals •.. and inexpensively! Choose from our large selection of formols. A II freshly cleaned and pressed, and expertly fitted. They're Stain Shy, Crease Resistant. A few dollars rent them, for a most en |oy- oble evenlrig! font 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, sho registered her gift preferences here so you could have a big selection and avoid possible duplication. FREE beautiful bottle of DISCOVERY PERFUME for ovury Bride- to-Be who registers with us. sis Sandy's Is Racine's Only Complete Gift Store WHERE YOU CAN BUY All THESE GIFTS INCLUDING FAMOUS APPLIANCES Housewares, tinens • Wail Decor, Planters • Clocks, Lamps • Washers, Dryers • Ranges, Refrigerators • Handbags, Perfumes • Tonslers, Irons Fry l^ans, Percolators China, Glassware Cutlery. Silverware Radios, Telovision Costume Jewelry . Plus a World of Unique nnd Unusual Gift Ideas RACINE'S MOST INTERESTING GrT STORE 512-516 WIS. AVE.

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