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Racine Journal News Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 17, 1966, Racine, Wisconsin 2c Racine sunday bulletin sunday april 17, 1966 Ron Gallitz 22, of Appleton a senior at Carthage College and Greg Howell 12, of 720 8th St a seventh grader at Franklin Junior High school strolled the car Carthage Franklin set up Friend to Friend system a journal Tom a photo Thage Campus at dusk in the person to person Experiment involving 36 College students and 36 Junior High pupils. Continued from Page in Carol received a greeting card from Vickie at Christmas one of the first Ever sent to anyone by the younger girl. Replying anonymously to a them to be around kids. A to going to miss her big sister very much. A i think they chose me because i need help ,. Most of the Carthage students involved Are headed to Joseph Frank Stegner marries Patricia Lemon in Ohio Church questionnaire the Franklin Ward careers in teaching or students were asked their the ministry. They Are Mem opinions of the program. All Bers of Circle k International said they wanted to stay in it kiwanis fraternity Alpha Phi and Many were enthusiastic Omega National service Fra about being chosen out of seventh or eighth Grade classes for the project. Several of students Felt Vemity and Gamma Sigma National service sorority. All of the 36 Carthage students the Franklin live in dormitories on Campus the program Richard Knecht 21, of was designed to give them a Washington 111., said his taste of Campus life so they main activities with his a Little would know whether they brother have been basketball should set their sights on Badminton and card playing. Continuing into higher education. 9 St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Toledo Ohio was the setting saturday for the marriage of Joseph Frank Stegner son of mrs. Frank Stegner of 5537 Middle Road and Patricia Anne Lemon. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. George Honnald Lemon of Oregon Ohio who gave the reception afterwards at Inverness country club. The Bride a member of Alpha Delta i is an Alumna of Ohio Wesleyan University. Her husband is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin and an inspector for the food and drug department stationed in Cincinnati where the couple will reside. The brides gown of Alen in recent weeks Knecht con lace and Peau de some and other Carthage seniors in other comments from the tending to boys and girls included that some be teachers have of the Carthage a i have More fun there go no through a succession of the Campus than anything interviews with recruiters. A i think the purpose is from various school systems people Are going to be teach a a Thev ail showed a lot of Era and it would be Nice for interest in this big brother in marriage. Was Empire styled with skirt terminating in a Chapel train. Her illusion veil was secured by a Crown of crystals and pearls and she carried White roses and Stepha Notis. Doc mrs. Joseph Stegner Patricia Lemon nil were Joan Loux and Lynn Haselwood. Their Empire style frocks had Olive Green Linen bodices and White organza skirts. Pink velvet tor Lemon gave daughter trim he top of than interest in Unis Oik Drainer in marriage. Was matched by their Cascade program a said Knecht. A they Mary Winike of Cincinnati Bou a a of my roses a a a know everything was the maid of Honor. R wanted to about it. Bridesmaids also of Cincin a select by by 0u�ry Sela Ann Condo g. E. Nelson to claim Bride the engagement of Sela Ann Condo to g. Eugene Nelson is being announced by her parents or. And mrs. Fred Condo of Mullica Hills n. J. Her Fiance is the son of or. And mrs. Harold Nelson of Evanston 111., formerly of 418 Wickham blvd., Racine. The wedding is being planned for May 20 at the Timothy Dwight Chapel at Wando Mae Dunk becomes Bride of Ronald Eppler in St. Edward s or. And mrs. Ronald Fred Eppler Wanda Mae i Dunk Are residing at1 112324 Center St. The marriage of the daughter of or. And mrs. Arnold in. Dunk of 1412 Meadow Lane and the son of or. And i mrs. Fred Eppler of 3615 Monarch Lane took place March 12 in St Edwards Church with the Rev. Dean Marek officiating. The brides Chantilly lace gown was traditionally styled with fitted bodice Long sleeves and full skirt with organza panel. Her Flowers were yellow roses and peach carnations. Her father gave her in marriage. Maize floor length taffeta sheaths with accents of Satin and Venise lace were worn by the attendants. Judy Stan ton was the Honor aide and mrs. Chris Buri As hostesses bridesmaids were Georgia and a miscellaneous Shower Fuller Joan Elsmo Susan Given by mrs. Robert Smith Dunk and Bobbie Claybough. Mrs. Ernest Urson ind mrs. Kenneth Price takes a Bride in Union Grove Betty Jean Vogel daughter of or. And mrs. Roy h Vogel or. Of Conover wis., became the Bride of Kenneth Price april 9. He is the son of or. And mrs. Claude r. Price 1109 High St., Union Grove. The wedding took place in the Union Grove methodist Church 5 ., with the Rev. A. Julian Wigen officiating. After a Buffet supper in the american legion Hall the bridal couple left for a trip to the Wisconsin dells. They will make their Home at 1333 Center St., Union Grove. Escorted by her father the Bride appeared in a gown of Chantilly lace Over taffeta with Long sleeves sweetheart neckline and a tapered Basque caught to a voluminous skirt. The skirt detailed by rolled roses at the Waistline cascaded into a sweeping circular Cathedral train. An imported veil was attached to a for Ward Snowflake caplet of sequins. In her colonial bouquet were roses White carnations and Stepha Notis. Mrs. Thomas smart sister of the Bride was Matron of Honor and mrs. Frances Rosenstock sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. Each wore a gown of Light Blue with lace bodice Over skirt Short sleeves and scoop neck-11 n Matching headpieces were caught with Birdcage veiling. They carried colonial arrangements of yellow and Blue daisies. Attired in a miniature bridal gown Carrie Vogel Niece of the Bride was miniature Bride. She carried a Basket of White roses and yellow daisies. Frances c. Rosenstock was Best Man with Thomas smart As groomsman. Steve Vogel the brides brother and Claude Rognerud the bridegrooms Nephew were Ushers. Mrs. Vogel chose a powder Blue dress with Matching accessories for her daughters wedding. Mother of the bridegroom wore a three piece Navy Blue ensemble with Matching accessories. Each had a Corsage of Gardenias and Gold rosebuds. In addition to a dinner by fellow employees of s. C. Johnson amp son inc., the Bride was feted with a pantry Shower by the Union Grove methodist Church and a miscellaneous Shower by mrs. Smart and mrs. William Alexander. Ceremony at atonement unites Clifford Vacek Alma Blankman atonement lutheran Church was the setting for the april 9 ceremony in which Alma Mae Blankman became the Bride of Clifford Carl Vacek. The Rev. Jerome Miller officiated at the nuptials uniting the daughter of or. And mrs. John r. Blankman of 315 Blaine ave. And the son of or. And mrs. Carl Vacek of 5429 6 mile Road. White Linen was used in the brides gown. It was designed on classic lines with Sabrina neckline three Quarter sleeves and insets of Swiss lace on the Empire Basque repeated in a wide lace Border and again on the court train. Her veil was caught to a plateau of Orange blossoms and she carried a Cascade bouquet of Jack Frost roses while carnations and foliage. Her father gave her in marriage. The attendants who pre a Nicholson a mrs. Clifford Vacek Alma Blankman the Matron of Honor and Christine Redden and Linda Nelson Cousin of the Bride ceded her wore Cornflower were the bridesmaids. Wear Blue Linen gowns with Empire basques and a line floor length skirts. Tiny Flower embroidery embellished the High Rise waistlines. They ing Cornflower Blue Linen and carrying fireside baskets filled with yellow carnations and Blue tinted pompous were the Charm girls Clara and Lisa to re Matching headpieces k a listers of the with veils and carried yellow Bride carnations yellow roses and foliage. Mrs. Dale Smerchek Best David Stegner brother of the bridegroom was the Best Man. Completing the wedding party were Roy Sweeny James Bower of Cincinnati and Richard Lemon brother of the Bride. C mrs. Lemon wore a Pale Spring summer Blue lace and Sipioni Satin by a chapped lips ensemble and mrs. Stegner h Mother of the bridegroom a celery Green silk jacket suit. Both had harmonizing ers. The Young Stegner motored to upper Michigan on their wedding trip. Fighting fuel the husband who ignores his wife adds fuel to a family argument. Be one to have friends Friend. Chapped lips Arentt just Winter affliction. Brisk winds flow an it warm dry weather can produce the same painful effect. You re particularly susceptible when you re driving and travelling in the Spring and summer. Be prepared with lipstick and other cos a metrics that contain extra moisturizers. For the men in the family j there Are Many Chap preventing lip pomade that Are a Clear non Greasy and also quite effective. Man for the Bride was Groom was his brother Cal Vin Vacek. Groomsmen were a Cousin Dale Smerchek and James reef Zes i residing Here Linda Lou Kirchoff daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Wampole or. Of 16264 Albert St., became the Bride of James William Reetz March 5 in the Franksville methodist Church. Officiating was the Rev. Ernest Fritschle. After the ceremony a supper was held at the brides Home. The bridal couple is residing at 1512 Chatham St. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. George Reetz of Augusta wis. Appearing on the of her father the Bride wore a floor length gown of lace Over Nylon net. Her beaded Crown held Nylon netting and she carried a Cascade of Pink roses and White carnations. Dressed in Pink lace and Chiffon were mrs. Marcia Heath sister of the Bride As Matron of Honor and miss Shirley Roohr bridesmaid. They carried Pink roses and White carnations. Attending the bridegroom As Best Man was Glen Heath the brides brother in Law. Kenneth Kirchoff the brides brother was groomsman. Ushering the guests were James Sikes and Elmer Beatty. Mother of the Bride chose a Craig Grau. Ushers were Jeff White suit with Navy acres and Richard Blankman Broth sories and a Corsage of Pink ers of the Bride and Allen roses and White carnations. Sandvig Cousin of the Bride be bridegrooms Mother was unable to attend due to an illness in the family. In Karen Evans Tell betrothal or. And mrs. Donald Evans of Minneapolis minn., formerly of Racine announce the engagement of their daughter Karen to James l. Schliesmann of Minneapolis. The Bride elect and her Fiance attend the University of Minnesota. No wedding Date has been set. Groom. A dinner for the bridal party and immediate families was held at the Home of or. And mrs. Carl Nelson of 2013 Georgia ave. Before a reception for the couple in i Sokol la Bocech Hall. For the Days events the brides Mother wore a two piece beige dress with Matching accessories and a Cor. Sage of White carnations and i i a Kir i i a of Tai White Garnet roses. The Han j Hanjon bridegrooms Mother was in a three piece Pink suit with Matching accessories and a Corsage of White carnations and White Garnet roses. After a trip to the upper Mississippi River area the Jaceks will reside at 3476 n. Bartlett a v e., Milwaukee. The bridegroom will be graduated in june from the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee with a Bachelor of science degree in economics. The Bride is a licensed practical nurse at St. Luke s Hospital Racine. I in porters inc. 1945 Highway 31 Between by. 38 St Spring St Fine furniture arum gifts Mon. Amp Frt 12 to 9 tues., wed., thurs., to to 5 30 sat. To to 5 00 phone 633-6355 4 i a i open monday 9 30 . To 9 Or. Weiss inc Spring clearance starts tomorrow we have reduced All our Fine resort Wear and Spring fashions for immediate disposal. Included Are hundreds of dresses in crepes Cottons wools Etc. For daytime and evening Wear. Many Many summer fabrics included. Be reductions k of Ness photo mrs. Ronald Eppler Wanda Dunker with mrs. Pat Buri and miss Stanton carried a cres Bernard cent bouquet of peach Camaj dons surrounding a peach Klus. I Momy Juwig c Napei Ai sons surrounding a peach. Yale University where both Lamelia and the bridesmaids Poce 01 0 j i 0f Maze carnations with Maize the scriptures Maize carnations with Maize Glam Elias. David Buri was the Best Man and groomsmen were Paris if a France soil a to Jerry Eppler Dennis Eppler Paris daily newspaper has Dwayne Bloch and James launched a special feature to Hughes. For the wedding and reception in knights of Columbus Hall the brides Moth Are doctoral candidates graduate school. Miss Condo a graduate of Bryn mawr College was a Swen College conference West coast scholar. Her Fiance received his b a. De Gree from Wabash College Crawfordsville ind., where he was a Wabash scholar. Highway restaurants carnatl0ns> and the Bride thought it would be a Good feature conveniences Groom s Mother a three piece thing to return to one of the White Tweed ensemble with a Corsage of Pink carnations. And Hope. Prior to the wedding the mis-1 Given by Judy Stanton a pantry show run for one year devoted the stories of the Bible. An editorial said that at a time when a Man is striving or wore Gold taffeta and chif t0 search out the furthest Lim Fon with a Corsage of White its of the universe. We when you re travelling finding restaurants and menus that please the whole family a was honoured can be a problem. The my Cen woul Shower restaurant s e r v i c a station combinations springing up on primary sources of Wisdom advise please indicate to guests what to Wear to an informal party. Interstate highways and other a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a major routes Are a popular i solution. At some locations. 4 for example you can get 4 Coffee a snack or a full meal while your car is being ser j vice next door. A Many restaurants like this 4 have special children s menus bottle warming service and commissaries where the youngsters can choose new games and books for the next leg Olathe trip. I flatter yourself with the newest and latest from that 6 excellent hair stylists Ernie wending permit Christiansen Judy de Leer e Darlene Nurmi ioann Melcher Ruby Smith cold wave Ren include haircut ant _ _ reran to la a inf Quot thames $15.00 $795 machine a permanents his. 305 main St no armr owner a manner Salon dial 634-7381 Check bridal j Sandy s Register your favorite Brido to a has undoubtedly listed her name and gift preference in Sandy a popular bridal Register. You find it easy to select o gift for her she registered her gift preference Here so you could Hove a big selection and ovoid possible duplication. Racine s Only Complete gift store including famous make appliances to radios housewares fashions Thrifty Sandy s downtown a 512 wis. Ave. I p to o to a Coats o suits o Cotts off and More a messes 4 hours only�?8 88 to 1 38 All remaining 50 belter dresses Winter Coats a us. A of a originally 335 to 890 includes fur trim and in trim in a Weiss inc Sis sixth Street r

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