The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin on July 25, 1965 · Page 20
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The Racine Journal-Times Sunday Bulletin from Racine, Wisconsin · Page 20

Racine, Wisconsin
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Sunday, July 25, 1965
Page 20
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RACINE SUNDAY BULLETIN Sunday, July 25, 1965 Sfafford-Staaden Nupfials Held i /j Si, John's Lutheran Church si. John's Lutheran Church was; the setting Saturday for the 6 p.m. ceremony in which Charles B. Stafford claimed Margery Ann Staaden as his bride. The former Miss —Samuel's Portrait MRS. CHARLES STAFFORD the scoop neckilne and was repeated on the voluminous hemline which extended in a cathedral train. A queen's crown of seed pearls secured her bouffant Swiss illusion veil and she carried a cascade arrangement of white Fuji pompons, stephanotis and ivy. Her attendants were Billie Rasmussen, maid of honor, Mrs. Jack Cerny, Mrs. Glenn Joanis and Mrs. Donald Staa­ den, her sister-in-1 a w, as bridesmaids. They \yere dressed alike in floor length gowns of sherbet pink silk organza over taffeta. Ruffles trimmed the elbow length sleeves and satin bands with back bows accented the empire basques. They wore Chanel headpieces of sherbet pink with beehive veils and carried bouquets of pink Fuji pompons and ivy. A miniature of the adult attendants' gowns was worn by the flower girl, Sheryl Staaden, niece of the bride. The bridegroom had his brother, Michael Stafford, as best man. Groomsmen were Don Golden of Hope, Ind., John Keller of Oak Creek, and Jack Hatcher of Milwaukee. The bride's brother, Donald Staaden, ushered with Jon Myers of Milwaukee. Mrs. Stafford, mother of the bridegroom, wore a sheath of pastel floral silk shantung with matching jacket, white accessories, and a corsage of and white garnet roses (Margery Staaden) white carnations. —Charles Studio MRS. JAMES DYKSTRA (Charlotte Loney) James D. Dykstras Wed Saturday in Dubuque Rites — F. J. Peclimnn Studio MRS. MOWRY STILP (Carole Kehl) Staaden is the daughter of Herbert G. Staaden of 1903 N; Wisconsin St. Her husband is^ the son of Dr. and Mrs. William C. Stafford of Schaefer Lake, Hope, Ind. The Rev. Robert Miskimen officiated at the wedding, which preceded a reception at the ' Elks Club. The young Staffords flew to Las Vegas for a week, and upon their return will be at home at 8799 Oak Park Drive, Oak Creek. The bridegroom was graduated from DePauw University, where he affiliated with Delta Chi, and attended graduate school at the University oi Wisconsin-Madison. He is employed at Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. and his bride at AC Spark Plug. Escorted by her father, the bridfe appeared in a gown of|^ i 1/ LI chalk white silk organza overjUGrO /e 1X6111, taffeta. Alencon lace circled' Mowry t. Sf/Zp Wed at Neenah A reception in the garden of the home of Mrs. Ralph H. Kehl of Neenah, Wis., followed the marriage of her daughter, Carole Lynn, to Mowry Edward Stilp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyall Carlton Stilp of Adella Beach, Neenah. The marriage took place June 26 in St. Thomas Episcopal Church, Menasha, with the Rev. Thomas K. Chaffee officiating. Among Racine guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Kehl, grandparents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Nelson and family, and Marie Osius. Charlotte A. Loney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harmon D. Loney of Dubuque, Iowa became the bride of James D. Dykstra, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Dykstra of 1723 Hayes Ave. during a 4 p.m. ceremony Saturday at Grandview Avenue Methodist Church in Dubuque with Dr. Arlin Halvorsen officiating. For her wedding and reception which followed in the church parlors, the bride wore a floor length gown with a bodice of Chantilly lace accented with sequins and pearls. The taffeta skirt featured a controlled front and ended in a chapel train. A lace petal crown trimmed with sequins and pearls held her veil and she carried a cascade of white roses and pompons. She was given in marriage by her father. The bride's sister, Mrs. Charles Groom was matron of honor and wore a floor length blue gown which featured ruffled sleeves. A picture hat of blue net completed the ensemble and she carried a basket of blue and white pompons. Another sister, Sue Ellen Loney was junior bridesmaid and dressed identically to the matron of honor except her ensemble was in pink and she carried pink and white pompons in her basket. The bridegroom's brother, Arthur Dykstra Jr. was best man and Robert Loney of Dubuque ushered with Paul S. Dykstra of Racine. The mother of the bride selected a rose embroidered silk gown and wore a corsage of pink and white pompons. Wearing an identical corsage was the bridegroom's mother. Her dress was of turquoise silk. Both wore white accessories. Nuptials Unite Susan J, Orzal, ./omes L Wood James Lawrence Wood claimed Susan Joan Orzal as his bride in a double ring ceremony and Nuptial High Mass June 26 in St. Stanislaus Church with the Rev. Joseph Baran as celebrant. The bride is the dauffhter of Mr. and Mrs. Sigmund J. Orzal of 1716 Franklin St. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Howard Wood of 1245 Grand Ave. and the late Mr. Wood. Alencon lace and seed pearls edged the square neckline of the bride's sheath of peau de sole. Similar appli­ ques of the lace and pearls were on the watteau train that fell from a self bow. Jeweled lace leaves decorate- ed the forward caplet that held her bouffant butterfly veil. She carried white roses, stephanotis and ivy as her father gave her in marriage. The bridal aides were in light blue taffeta frocks with scoop necklines, three —Leonard Photo —Samuel's Portrait Deanna Smerchek Smerchek'Sadler Betrothal Told Mr. and Mrs. Smerchek of 5314 Daniel 6 Mile Following a wedding trip in the northern area, they will make their home in Racine. The bridegroom attended Pillsbury College in Owatonna, Minn, and Bob Jones University in South Carolina. He is presently employed with Western Printing and Lithographing Co. Prior to her marriage the bride was feted at two miscellaneous showers. One was given by Betty Christensen, 3223 Wright Ave. with Mrs. Richard Maurer as co-hostess; the other was given by Mrs. Arthur Dykstra, 1723^ Hayes Ave. with Mrs. Daniel i Rigby as co-hostess. The Secret The bride, daughter of the late Ralph H. Kehl, was given in marriage by Lyall Stilp. Her sister, Constance Kehl of Chicago, was her honor at, , tendant and bridesmaids were Road, have announced the g^^^^^^ Monteith, Geraldine! r D l engagement of their daugh- stilp and Mrs. David Thom -|Or DeOUTy ter, Deanna Clare, to Colin jsen. Five minutes Lt. John Stilp of Ogden, Utah, was the best man. Completing the wedding par- iy were Dr. Lyall Stilp Jr. of —Krenclsz Photo MRS. JAMES L. WOOD (Susan Orzal) quarter sleeves, and sheath skirts with back watteau panels. They had matching Chanel headpieces with birdcage veils and carried yellow roses combined with pale blue pompons and ivy. Kathleen Sadowski was the maid of honor and bridesmaids were Paulette Wood, sister of the bridegroom, and Mrs. John Wood. Also in the bridal party were the bridegroom's cousin, Patricia Duranty, in pale blue taffeta, as flower girl, and the bridegroom's brother, Thomas Wood, who was the ring bearer. Howard Wood was best man for his brother and another brother, John P. Wood was groomsman with Allen Fauria. Guests were seated by Paul Duranty, cousin of the bridegroom, and Gregory Orzal, brother of the bride. The ceremony preceded a dinner for the wedding party at the Cozy Lounge and an evening reception at the Eagles Club. The bride's mother chose a beige silk print sheath with matching coat and accessories and a corsage of yellow roses and carnations. The bridegroom's mother was in an aqua silk shantung ensemble with white accessories and a corsage of pink and white carnations. The Woods flew to Florida on their wedding trip. MRS. JEROME DADDATO (Kathleen McIVIahon) MISS McS/lahon Becomes Bride in Milwaukee Holy Redeemer Catholic Church in Milwaukee was the setting for the 11 a.m. Nuptial Mass Saturday uniting Kathleen Marie McMahon, daughter of Mrs. James McMahon and the late Mr. McMahon, and Jerome Daddato, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Daddato of Milwaukee. The McMahons are former Racine residents. The bride, escorted by her uncle, John Vitacco, appeared in a floor length bouffant gown of Chantilly lace with pearls and sequins at the scalloped neckline and a cluster of lace roses draped in a half circle at the back of the skirt. Her French illusion veil fell from a pearl and crystal crown and she carried a cascade of roses, carnations and lilies of the valley. Jacqueline Thillman was her maid of honor, in pastel pink, and bridesmaids were Donna Mosgaller, in aqua, and Mrs. James Curran, in maize. Their frocks had monks' capes of feathers at the neckline, and floating back panels of chiffon. Their bouquets were of roses and stephanotis with fern. The bridegroom had Joseph Rosienski as his best man with a brother, Matteo Daddato, and Kenneth Aiello serving as groomsmen. Ushers were J. Liefbauer and H. Liefbauer. St. Sebastian's Church Is Setting for Rosenbaunfi-Lee Wedding Vows The Rev. Aurelian Wojciechowicz officated for the July 17 marriage of Nancy Carolyn Lee and Lawrence Walter Rosenbaum in St. Sebastian's Church, Sturtevant. Parents. of the bridal couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest R. Lee of Route 2, Franksville and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenbaum of 2521 Wisconsin St., Sturtevant. For her 11 a.m. wedding ceremony, the bride selected a gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta with long sleeves, scalloped neckline and voluminous skirt scattered with sequins. It featured a chapel train. Her imported Swiss illusion veil was caught to a matching headpiece and she carried a crescent cascade of white roses, stephanotis, and] —Nicholson's MRS. L. W. ROSENBAUM (Nancy Carolyn Lee) ivy with a princess rose in the center. She was given in marriage by her father. Her bridal aides included Mrs. Bert Bodven as matron of honor and Gretchen Hoyer and Patti Ruud as bridesmaids. AH were gowned in peony and sherbet bell-shaped dresses with scoop necklines and crocheted braid trim at the waists and sleeves. The dresses were worn with matching open crown picture hats. They carried colonial bouquets of pink carnations centered with red roses. Raymond Brooks was best man and Bert Bodven and William Schenkenberg were attendants. Alan Rosenbaum ushered with James Rountree. The mother of the bride chose a pink linen embroidered sheath with white accessories and a corsage of pink carnations and garnet roses for her daughter's wedding. The bridegroom's mother appeared in an aqua embroidered sheath with crystal accessories and a corsage of yellow roses and white carnations. Following the ceremony a luncheon was held at the home of the bride and a reception for several hundred guests was held at Fireside Lounge in the evening. Upon returning from a wedding trip to Wisconsin Dells and Michigan, the Rosenbaums will make their home in Sturtevant. —DeLonge Studio Pauline Merry College Juniors Tell Betrothal Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Merry Sr. of 3345 Ruby Ave. are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Pauline Ann, to Douglas Martin Crow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter W. Crow of Shorewood, Wis. The bride-elect is a junior studying speech in the honors program at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and is a member of Angel Flight, women's auxiliary to the Air Force R.O.T.C. Her fiance is also a junior at the university and is majoring in business administration. He is a member of the Air Force R.O.T.C. program. The young couple has not set a wedding date. Experiment With Color in Your Home The Rev. Henry R. Langenfeld, pastor of Holy Redeemer, was celebrant of the Mass. In the evening a reception was held at Gross-Yaksh VFW Hall. The Daddatos will reside at 3920 N. 22d St. after a trip to northern Wisconsin and Upper Michigan. Sadler, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sadler of Route 1, BoK 114, Franksville. The bride-elect is employed with the Prudential ,^ich., Stephen 'Stilp of tort Knox, Ky., Daniel Murphy, James Sauby and Gary Gries, all of Neenah. Insurance Co. and the prospective bridegroom is a biological technician with the S. C. Johnson Biology After a wedding trip to Center. A spring, 1966, ! Ontario, Canada, the young wedding is being planned. ;Stilps will reside in Detroit, • • j where the bridegroom is in Better Watch Out! the Sun Is Sneaky Don't forget to use sun- the marketing division of Scott Paper Co. Both the bride and her husband were graduated from Southern Methodist University, Dallas, screening creams or lotions 1 Texas. She is a member of in less exposed areas of your;Delta Gamma Sorority, body when sunning and swimming. Protect your nose, back of knees and decoUec-i tage to avoid painful sunburn and peeling, Also apply lotion around; the legs of your bathing suitl and about a half-inch inside the suit and next to all ex-i posed areas. a day can make your complexion feel alive and look clear. Each morning, tie back your hair. After that first cold water splash, smooth on a medicated jelly. Over this apply a cold cream and massage for two minutes. Work in a circular motion starting with the throat, up to the temple and forehead. Don't wipe this off with a tissue. Instead, apply a clean washcloth that has been soaked in hot water. This is similar to a barber using a hot towel before shaving his customer and helps open the pores. Pat your face dry with the towel. Children Buy Bikes for Missionaries NASHVILLE — (^P) — Children of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S. (southern) have collected $6,983.14 to buy bicycles and motorbikes for missionaries in rural areas overseas who have had to travel among their congregations on foot. The project for grade schoolers was suggested by the church's board of world missions. Christine Zielinski Engaged The engagement of Christine Anna Zielinski to Joseph Gerald Razdik is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer J. Zielinski of Milwaukee. Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Razdik of 2215 Hayes Ave. He is on a tour of duty aboard the U.S.S. Braine with the U.S. Navy. No wedding date has been set. BUTTERFLY? Don't let hands flutter. Hold them quietly. In both the world of fashion and home furnishings, color has come into its own, making a bold, brave entrance into the lives we live. The once neutral and "safe" shades of beige, grey or even off-white, have been replaced by a brilliant array of colors from violet to shocking pink. Women have never been as afraid of experimenting with color in fashion as they have been in the home, but manufacturers are making it easier for them with the vast range of colors now available in fabrics, wallpapers, rugs and paints, many of which are color co-ordinated. Color is the key to one's personality and one of the most important elements in decorating is choosing the colors that appeal to you, the ones you will be happy to live with. Once you have made this decision, then the next step is planning a color scheme, selecting those colors that will create a well-balanced and harmonious effect. One of the simplest ways to do this is to choose a printed fabric or wallpaper that appeals to you in both color and design, and plan your color theme around the colors in this pattern. Or, decide on one or two basic colors for a room and use these for larger areas of the room with contrasting or complementary colors for accents. Color creates an aura of warmth to a room, and this is particularly true in modern or contemporary settings where bright and gay colorings soften the simple lines and functional aspect of the furniture. You Must Guard Against Sunburn Early sunburns can set the scene for summer. Ease pain and cut down on peeling by covering burned areas with a petroleum jelly immediately after showering. Kaye-Chrjsty's Q Open A/Ion. 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