The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 25, 1965 · Page 19
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July 25, 1965

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

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Fosfer'Naleid Ceremony ice in Atonement (Karen Naleid) Wedding promises of Karen Penelope Naleid and Marvin John Foster Jr. were exchanged before the Rev. Jerome Miller at 7 p.m. Saturday in Atonement Lutheran Church. A reception at Racine Country Club followed. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lester E. Naleid of 1139 Wisconsin Ave. She attended the University of Denver and was graduated in 1964 from the University of Wisconsin. Her soroity is Alhpa Phi. The bridegroom, son of the senior Mr. and Mrs. Foster of 1509 Owen Ave., attended Whitewater State University. He and his bride will reside in Enid, Okla., for a year while he attends pilot training school at Vance Air Base. Upon completing his training, he will resume his studies at the University of Wisconsin. Classic in design, the bride's silk shantung gown had Italian cutwork on the three quarter sleeves, at the sabrina neckline, at the hemline and on the tunic. Her court train fell from a flat bow at the waistline. A jeweled leaf cluster secured her bouffant Swiss illusion veil and she -charies studio carried white roses and steph- MRS. MARVIN FOSTER JR. anotis. Jon Phillip Naleid gave his sister in marriage. Preceding her were Karen Borkhus, maid of honor, and two bridesmaids, Mrs. Michael Olson and Janet Leuenberger, a sorority sister. Their identical gowns were of pale pink linen, floor length with A-line skirts. The empire waistlines were defined by pink fabric roses and moss green leaves with back streamers of moss green. They wore matching pink circlets of fabric rose- and-leaf design in their hair, and carried colonial bouquets of white daisies and pink , roses. Also in floor length pale pink linen with pink and moss green accents was the flower girl, Amy Marie Olsen, niece of the bride. She carried a basket of white daisies and pink roses. Arthur Simmons was best man and John Fitzgerald and Ralph Sadlon were the groomsmen. Ushers were Kenneth Kehl and ITieodore James Petrakis. Mrs. Naleid witnessed her • daughter's wedding and attended the reception in an off white silk sheath with bodice embroidered and beaded in blue. Her pillbox was blue and her flowers were blue shattered carnations. The senior Mrs. Foster was in a powder blue silk sheath trimmed with Alencon lace and seed pearls. Her pillbox was white and her corsage combined white shattered carnations and pink roses. First Aid Tips Take Simmer from Sunburn This year's bathing suits are briefer than ever, so more of you will be exposed to the sun. You'll risk a painful sunburn more than ever, unless you follow some simple advice. M. J. Fosters Honored at Many Parties Pre-nuptial entertaining for Mrs. Marvin John Foster Jr., the former Karen Naleid, began in May when her sisters, Mrs. Fritz Larson and Mrs. Benjamin Olsen, and her sister-in-law, Mrs. Jon Naleid, I were hostesses at a pantry and miscellaneous shower at the Olsen home. Mrs. Marvin Foster Sr. entertained at a linen shower at the Clayton House and the bride's attendants, Mrs. Michael Olson and Karen Borkhus, gave a personal shower at the Borkhus residence. The home of Mrs. Harold Ross was the setting for a brunch and kitchen shower. Mrs. Don Black was hostess at a luncheon and miscellaneous shower at Racine Country Club, and Mrs. Richard Wiechers chose the club when she entertained for the bride at a luncheon and paper shower. Three hostesses, iMrs. Arnold Jacobsen, Mrs. Gerald Lynch and Mrs. Jerome Miller, were hostesses at the Miller home at luncheon and a miscellaneous shower. The bridegroom was the I guest of honor at parties given by his aunt, Miss Josephine Ziolkowska, and by his best man, Arthur Simmons, at the Simmons home. The rehearsal dinner was given by A. Houghton Buck I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Olsen, 1121 Main St., on the eve of the wedding. Richard Krueger fo Wed Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wyman Preacher of Brunson, S. C. have announced the engagement of their daughter, Caroline, to Richard Ardell Krueger. The future bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ardell G. Krueger of Palm Beach, Fla., formerly of Racine, and the grandson of Mrs. Walton Miller of 900 Main St. and the late Mr. Miller. He attended the University of Florida and is with Fort Sumter Chevrolet Co. in Charleston, S. C. Miss Preacher is an alumna of Newberry College, Newberry, S. C, and is a faculty member in the English de- Miss Andersen, Stephen Arthur Wed in Sunday, July 25, 1965 RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN 3B inois —Purchgott Studio Caroline Preacher partment of North Charleston High School. The wedding will take place Sept. 14 in Brunson. MaryBeth Clark Tell Engagement Mr. and Mrs. C. Robert Clark, 4604 Byrd Ave. announce the engagement of their daughter, MaryBeth, to Dennis Graumann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Graumann of Kenosha. No wedding date has been set. Be sure to use plenty of pro tective lotion, especially the first time out. Put on more lotion every time you come out of the water and don't lie in the sun too long. Burns usually don't show up until a few hours later, so I don't be deceived if you don't look red. Here's a good test to see if you're burning: Press a finger against your skin. If a white spot remains when you lift your finger, it's time to cover up with a shift or slacks. If you can see yourself turning red, it's really too late to prevent burning, but apply lotion and cover up immediately to prevent a more seri ous burn. Whether you're slightly pink or frankly red, you can ease the sting by gently smoothing cream or lotion into the skin with pads made of tissues folded over three times. Tissue pads are softer and, as a cushion between fingers and sensitive skin, apply lotion with less pressure than fingers. Wear loose clothing if you're burned. Anything tight will make you extra aware of sensitive skin. If you begin to peel, just keep up applications of lotion with tissue pads. This will help moisturize the skin while easing pain. The Church in Wilderness CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, I Ohio —(JP)— Some of Noble Road Presbyterian Church's congregation occasionally go into the wilderness. And the Rev. Murray Drysdale goes along—as guide. A doctor member of the congregation gives the would- be campers first aid instruction, they get a four-day shakedown session at a Presbyterian camp in Ohio, and then it's off to the Kipawa Preserve wilderness in Quebec for a canoe-camping trip. Three 10 - day trips are planned this summer. Drysdale counts two of them as his vacation and the third, with congregation approval, is considered to be part of the church's personal service program. Men's Hairdos Came First Men were first to become fussy about their hair styles. According to research, primitive man reserved curls to himself to indicate superior social status. The curls of kings indicat ed nobility. Hair was cut for convenience when men wore armor. Through the years women followed the men through hair fashion changes, when they were allowed. IfFlerie T/orman jStuJi 532 Main St. 637-7731 1632 Douglas Ave. 637-8897 Merle Norman is anxious to demonstrate the magic of its line of top quality cosmetics. Come in today for a FREE Hour of Beauty and receive a complimentary make-up and demonstration of our famous Three-Step Beauty Complexion care. — Bring a Guest — FREE 1 in merchandise for Every Guest You Bring With You For the above offer for a Free Hour of Beauty. There is no limit to the number of guests you bring. ^ Woman Fills Island Pulpif COPENHAGEN — (^) — A woman pastor, the Rev. Jonna Quist, has been assigned to la parish in Greenland—the first woman to serve in that role on the island. The Lutheran Diocese of Copenhagen, of which Greenland is a part, named her to replace a male pastor taking an extended leave for study. Same Address, Different Town Delta Zeta sorority sisters of Mrs. John Dennis Gustafson, the former Diane Lee Hanson, at Wisconsin State University - Whitewater launched a series of pre-nuptial parties for her when they arranged a kitchen shower in her honor. Mrs. James LaMack, 2601 W. Crescent St., was hostess at a miscellaneous shower at her home, and a second miscellaneous shower was given by Mrs. Guilbert Christensen, 1120 Emmertsen Road, at her home. Bridesmaids, Sharon Petersen of Racine and Judith Williams of Waukesha, were co-hostesses at a miscellaneous shower at the Petersen home, 2514 Douglas Ave. The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gustafson lof 8610 Lake Shore Drive, Kenosha, entertained on July 4 in honor of the bride, and were also hosts at the rehearsal dinner at the Bill of Fare in Kenosha. TOLEDO, Ohio —(/P)— The Rev. Leslie Vesey could have brought his church stationery along when he came to Euclid Avenue Methodist Church here as associate minister. Only one line would need changing. For the past five years, he has been minister of Euclid Avenue Methodist Church— in Zanesville, Ohio. Sisters of the bridegroom, Mrs. Richard Kienlbach and Mrs. George Hilgers feted their future sister-in-law, Nancy Lee with a miscellaneous shower before her July 17 marriage to their brother, Lawrence Walter Rosenbaum in St. Sebastian's Church, Sturtevant. Mrs. Ernest Lee, the bride's mother was hostess for another shower and Miss Patti Ruud was hostess for a beach party for the bridal party at the Alfred Ruud cottage at Eagle Lake. The bridegroom was also honored at a bachelor party. A miscellaneous shower in McHenry, 111., with Mrs. Stanley Zabroski and her daughter Patricia as hostesses, was the first of several parties honoring Mrs. A. Ned Hanrahan, the former Sandra Bienemann. Three hostesses, the Mmes. Virginia Bienemann, Daisy Anderson and Carl Johnson, gave a miscellaneous shower at the Johnson home and a personal shower at the Dennis Vallner residence had Mrs. Vallner and Sharon Hupperts as co-hostesses. Co-workers of the bride at Young Radiator Co. entertained at dinner at Krok's for her and presented her a gift. The bridegroom was honored at a bachelor party with his best man, Dennis Vallner, as host. A miscellaneous shower, with Mrs. Glen Joanis, Mrs. Jack Cerny and Billie Rasmussen as co-hostesses at Miss Rasmussen's home, was the first of several preceding the marriage Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stafford (Margery Staaden). The bride's aunts, Mrs. Robert Schultz and Mrs. Evelyn Staaden, honored her at a miscellaneous shower at Dania Hall. Dr. and Mrs. William C. Stafford of Hope, Ind., parents of the bridegroom, were hosts to 22 guests at the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Spinning Wheel. Mrs. William Crawford (Barbara Wood), a recent bride, was presented gifts of linen when three hostesses, Mrs. Robert E. Crawford, Mrs. Marvin Margenson and Mrs. Robert R. Crawford, gave a pre-nuptial shower for her. She received personal gifts when Mrs. Richard Lovdahl of 3332 9th Ave. entertained, and miscellaneous gifts at the shower arranged by Mrs. Kenneth Pauls, Sue Standiford and Judy Felbab. Before Susan Orzal became Mrs. James Wood recently, she was honored at several parties among them miscellaneous showers given by Kathleen Sadowski and Elaine Nelson at the Sadowski home, and one by Mrs. Chester P. Karwowski, her aunt, at the Patrick McAuliffe home. Another shower had the bride's sister, Mrs. McAuliffe, as hostess, and a fourth was given by the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. Lucille Wood, at her home. John P. Wood was host at a bachelor party for his brother, and Mrs. Wood was hostess at the rehearsal party. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ernst Andersen of Springfield, 111., fonnerly of Racine, announce the marriage of their daughter, Kirsten Harriet, to Stephen Arthur, son of the Maxwell Arthurs of Winnetka. 111. The marriage took place at the First Presbyterian Church of Oak Park on July 10. The bride was escorted by her father, and the wedding party included her three brthers, David, Donald and Daniel, as ushers and her sister-in-law, Mrs. David Andersen, as matron of honor. A buffet supper was given by the bridegroom's aunt, Mrs. Mitchell Dawson of Winnetka, for the family and close friends, and a reception was held in the church parlors. After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the Arthurs will reside at Rockford, 111., where the bridegroom is in the Illinois Bell management training program, and will graduate next year. He is an alumnus of Beloit College. The bride, a graduate of Illinois State University, has been teaching elementary grades in the Chicago area, and will continue teaching in Rockford this next year. John Dennis Gustafsons Wed; Will Make Home in New Jersey —Samuel's Portrait Cecilia Lawless Cecilia Lawless Is Betrothed The engagement of Cecilia Lawless of Milwaukee to David W. Case is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant P. Lawless of 2506 James Blvd. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Case of Antigo. The bride-elect attended the Wisconsin State University - Whitewater and Prospect Hall in Milwaukee. Her fiance attended the University of Wisconsin-Wausau Center and Spencerian College. He is now associated with the American Optical Co. in Milwaukee. A fall wedding is being planned. Two graduates of Wiscon- Isin State University-Whitewater, Diane Lee Hanson and John Dennis Gustafson, exchanged wedding promises Saturday before the Rev. Larry Pinnow at 4 p.m. in Holy Communion Lutheran Church. A buffet .supper and reception in the parish hall followed. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold L. Hanson of 1025 Sheraton Drive. Her husband's parents jare Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Gustafson of Kenosha. The Gustafsons will reside at 187 Goodwin Ave., Ridge|wood, N.J. The bride, who received her bachelor of education degree in May of this year, will teach business edu- Ication at Westwood High School, Westwood, N.J. The bridegroom, a January 1965 graduate with a bachelor of science degree, is an accountant wih Bendix Corporation at Teterboro, N.J. White satapeau was used in the bride's gown. Jeweled leaf appliques accented the bodice and the controlled skirt which fell into a sweep train. Her Swiss illusion veil was caught to an open pillbox scattered with jewels iand she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and ivy surrounding a white or- [chid. She was given in marriage by her father. Mrs. James LaMack was her sister's matron of honor. Judith Williams of Waukesha, a sorority sister of the bride in Delta Zeta, served as bridesmaid with Sharon Petersen. Their floor length gowns of aqua linen shantung had i three quarter sleeves and scoop necklines, detailed with popcorn lace. Their crown Preceding her July 17 marriage to Richard Ericksen, Karen Dugan was guest of honor for a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs. Edvard Ericksen, 2808 Rapids Drive by Mrs. Ericksen, Mrs. Norman Wuorinen and Mrs. Clyde Gatzke. Mr. and Mrs. Edvard Ericksen were also hosts for the rehearsal dinner. EIVTIRE STOCK of Men's and Ladies' Spring and Summer Jewelry 1 2 • Necklaces • Earrings • Bracelets • Pins • Gents' Jewelry OFF INCLUDES... An Outstanding Collection of Fine Gold-Filled Sterling (most individually cased) plus Elegant Costume Jewelry of Late Design. All by leading makers such as Kramer, Van Dell, Marvel, Curtis Creations and LaMode. Clearing slock noiv to make room for fall merchandise. Buy And Save Now For Later Gift Giving "Over 50 Years of Quality Jewelry" 3119 Washington Ave. West Racine 633-9474 COMPOTE COOKERY For a delightful compote, couple cooked rhubarb with fresh sliced pineapple or strawberries. Keep the rhubarb in whole or 1- or 2-inch pieces during the cooking so it will look pretty in this fruit dessert. New Diocese Is Planned LONDON —m— A new Roman Catholic diocese to be known as Arundel and Brigh ton will be set up to take in part of the English counties of Sussex and Surrey. Arundel is site of the castle belonging to the Duke of Norfolk, who is head of the leading Roman Catholic family in the country. The new diocese has been hitherto part of the diocese of Southwark (South London), which will now be made into a metropolitan see with the present bishop, Msgr. Cyril Cowderoy, as first archbishop. Mowing Down a Church Roof LOUISVILLE — m — The roof of St. Andrew United Church of Christ was dam- a g e d recently by a lawn mower. The sanctuary has one of those new type roofs that slope all the way to the ground. The caretaker lost control 'of his power mower and the blades chewed right through the copper roofing and into the wood decking. —Samuel's Portrait MRS. J. D. GUSTAFSON (Diane Hanson) headpieces held beehive veils and they carried bouquets of pink sensation roses. Attendants for the bridegroom were David Palmquist of Brantwood, Wis., as best man; James Diehl of Kenosha and John Draeger of Beloit, groomsmen; James La- Mack of Racine and Thomas Mund of Milwaukee, ushers. Mrs. Hanson, the bride 's mother, wore a draped aqua chiffon gown with matching pleated tulle hat and a pink jOrchid corsage. Mrs. Gustafson, mother of the bridegroom, chose a light green silk sheath with white feather hat and white orchid corsage. Pamela Gessert Students Plan Winter Wedding On the occasion of their 25th wedding anniversary,; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gessert-; of Milwaukee announced." the engagement of their daughter, Pamela, to Richard A. Gavigan. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Gavigan of 2316 Olive St. The engaged couple are students at Wisconsin State University-Whitewater. The bride-elect is affiliated with Phi Lambda sorority and her fiance with Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity. A winter wedding is being planned. WIGS HAIR PIECES Priced from 22.50 Join in the Summer fun and still be ready at a moment's notice with a Shop and Compare! Private Fitting Rooms! Inquire about our home and salon Wig Fashion Shows to get your Mi Lady Wig at a discount! 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