Racine Journal News Sunday Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
17 Apr 1966

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17 Apr 1966

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Racine Journal News Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - April 17, 1966, Racine, Wisconsin Diana Swanson says nuptial vows with Robert gamier or. Saturday Diana Swanson became the Bride of Robert gamier or. Saturday at St. Sebastian Church in Sturtevant. The Rev. Aurelian Wojciechowic officiated for the la . Nuptials. The Bride daughter of or. And mrs. Thomas Hack of route 2, Union Grove was graduated from Patricia Stevens modelling school Milwaukee and also completed her training at the Racine Kenosha county teachers College. She is presently a student at Carthage College. Her husband son of or. And mrs. Robert gamier or. Of Milwaukee was graduated from Marquette University with a master of engineering mrs Robert Garnier or. Degree. He will be entering no. The service As a second lieu Diana Swanson tenant at fort Gordon a ask Ann Landers a Samuel portrait get moving Chapel at Kemper Hall site of Toth Lang vows sunday april 17, 1966 Racine sunday bulletin 3c the Bride Given in marriage by her Uncle or. A. M. San dretto of Chippewa Falls wis., selected a traditional gown of Chantilly lace for her wedding. The gown featured a scalloped Sabrina neckline encrusted with sequins and pearls. The tiered bouffant skirt continued into a flowing detachable Chapel train. Her mrs. John Harrington Villa Seeburger Harrington will reside in new Jersey John Curtis Harrington and his Bride the former Willa Marie Seeburger whose marriage took place in the Madison unitarian Church on april 7, will make their future Home in Gibbstown . Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Ame Pearson of Peshtigo wis. And mrs. Mary Harrington of 1223 Kingston ave. Thomas Anthony Harrington attended the bridegroom As Best Man. After a reception at Nob Hill Madison the couple left on a trip to new Jersey and other Eastern Points. The Bride is an Alumna of Wisconsin state University Superior where she received her Bachelor of science in Art education in 1962. Her husband will be graduated in june from the University of Wisconsin Madison with a Bachelor of science degree in applied mathematics and engineering physics. He has accepted a position with Dupont corp. Headpiece a lace and sequin open Pillbox held her silk illusion Waist length veil and she carried a bouquet of White entered with red roses. Helen Hack was maid of Honor and Cecelia san dretto and the brides twin sister Anita Swanson were bridesmaids. The attendants wore floor length gowns of Nile Chiffon styled with Oval necklines and Long sleeves. The Sheath skirts detailed a Waist Back panel. Matching crowns of hair braid and pearls completed their ensembles. Each carried red roses. A brother of the bridegroom John gamier was Best Man. Michael san dretto and James Kavemeier were Ushers. The brides Mother was attired in a three piece ensemble of Ivory crepe with beige accessories. The bridegrooms Mother wore a beige dress with Matching accessories. Both wore Orchid corsages. Following the ceremony a luncheon was served at Kil Boum gardens. Later the newlyweds were honoured at a reception held at the Home of the bridegrooms parents. Dear Ann Landers is it Normal for a boy to be so afraid of life that he cries himself to sleep at night Well that show it is with me. I feel helpless and lost and done to know where to turn. In a a senior in High school and my grades Are just fair. In a afraid of so Many things that i can to begin to name them. I look at my friends and they All seem so Happy and sure of themselves. Why can to i be like them i worry about what will become of me when i get out of school. I can to see anyone wanting to hire me. In a afraid ill fail at everything. In a sure i must be the most miserable person alive. What can i do about this terrible feeling that haunts me Day and night scared and need your help dear scared this world is filled with frightened stumbling people but you can to recognize them by sight because they mask their anxieties and fears in a Host of ways. I am not suggesting that your fears Are Normal or natural but i am telling you that you Are not alone. If you can to talk to your parents talk to your favorite teacher. If he feels you need professional help ask him to speak to your parents. You can be helped but you must first be willing to help yourself. Get moving. Sir Oliver is important dear Ann Landers Why do you waste valuable newspaper space on stupid letters for example that ridiculous thing about a neurotic dog named sir Oliver. That letter was an insult to the intelligence of your readers. Who cares about a dog who can to be House broken print this letter if you dare Ann Landers. Or Are you afraid of offending aunt Matilda a Lovesick Canary Short and Sweet dear Short thanks for the Sweet letter. I Deal with All sorts of problems. While a letter about a dog that can to be Housebroken May seem like a waste of space to you my Friend i can assure you its a very real problem to anyone who has new Wall to Wall carpeting. You should be paid dear Ann Landers my husband ill Call him Chuck took his brother into his business a couple of years ago. The brother ill Call him Joe did no to invest anything because he did no to have anything to invest. Their office is in our garage. I take the Telephone Calls and run the errands. If i weren to there to handle the phone they would have to pay for an answering service. Several months ago i told my husband i thought i was entitled to a Small salary. He said head talk to Joe. Joe said but he Wasny to very enthusiastic about it my husband dropped the matter and has not brought it up since. I want your opinion. If you say skip it i wont be mad. If you say i should be paid ill show Chuck your advice and in a sure it will help. Thanks for your trouble. Big hearted dear heart since you Are working for the business you should be paid at least As much As an answering service would charge. . Ill bet your Coffee pot is on from Dawn til dusk and no answering service provides that Kiddo. A camera master mrs. Frank John Toth she is the former Nancy Lang the marriage of Nancy with cascading Watteau Back Marie Lang and Frank John panels. Bon Bon roses Stephat Toth took place saturday in Notis and elegance carnations Kemper Hall Chapel Keno were combined in their Cas bridal Sha where the Bride Wor Cade bouquets. Linen shipped while she was a Stu Peter Betts of Racine was Dent. The Best Man. Completing the Joanna or wig former teacher becomes Bride a former Racine teacher Joanne Ortwig and Tom Ward Stout were married saturday at i . In St. Mary Magdalene Catholic Church in Johnson Creek wis. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Herman Ortwig of Jefferson and mrs. Ward Stout of Lake Mills and the late or. Stout the brides Empire gown of silk twill was banded in Venise and Guipre lace at bodice and Hemline. She car bouquet of Amazon the Rev. Thomas Withey officiated at the 4 . Ceremony and the brides parents or. And mrs. Richard o. Lang of 1807 Park ave., gave the reception immediately afterwards at Racine country club. Both the Bride and her husband hold Bachelor of science wedding party were William Hoppe of Menomonie wis., Charles Rejto of Genesee mich., Thomas Wagner of Waukesha and Robert Janeczko of Chicago. For her daughters wedding and the reception later mrs. Tang wore mignon a three degrees from Stout state piece suit of Bianchini silk in University where she is of shoeing Pink. The silk Chil ciliated with Alpha Sigma Al Fon Over Blouse had White lace Pha and he with Sigma Tau appliques and embroidery of Ann Landers will be glad to help you with your problems. Send them to her in care of the Racine journal times enclosing a stamped self addressed envelope. A Charlotte Denk to be june Bride or. And mrs. Richard Denk of Ashland wis., announce the engagement of their daughter cd amp Irlotte Mary to Peter m. Hansen son of or. And mrs. Clarence Hansen of 1520 Hayes ave. The Bride to be and her Fiance Are employed with Western printing. A june wedding is being planned. Nancy Frank Are honoured at pre wedding parties a Large number of lunch a Ernest j. Mccormick of West sons showers and dinners Lafayette ind. At the count snored the former Nancy try Squire in Grayslake 111., Lang and her bridegroom and also at the Shower for Frank John Toth in the weeks which m a Ftp q Miu preceding their marriage Saturn Jay of 3644 North Bay drive and luncheons for the Bride or daughter Melinda were were Given by mrs. Daniel e. Buckley of 39 n. Vincennes Circle at her Home by mrs. Earl f. Buelow of 1753 Park ave. And her daughter Kathierine at the Racine country club by mrs. Granville Gibson of 2915 n. Main St. And mrs. Monard c. Hunt of 453 Lombard ave. At Lake Lawn Delavan and by mrs. George mrs. Clifford Carl Vacek a Linen Shower was Given by n. Gillett of 5351 Hunt club tie Tinner Alma blast Man or. James Kavemeier of Mil Road and her daughter Penel was honoured at a series of Waukee. Miss Helen Hack prenuptial events prior to her was hostess for a miscellany recent marriage. Among them Ous Shower in Union Grove. Were a personal Shower Given by mrs. Dale Smerchek Christine Redden and Linda Nelson her attendants at the Smrchek Home 5133 6 mile Road. Hostesses at four Mischel or. And mrs. Thomas Hack the brides parents were hosts for a dinner at the Golden lantern and the bridegrooms parents or. And mrs. Robert gamier or. Were hosts for a rehearsal dinner thurs Ope at their Home. The Bride received gifts for her future Kitchen and bathroom when mrs. Kingston w. Ehrlich of 5447 Crown Chase Road and mrs. Howard c. Stacey of 5750 5 mile Road entertained jointly at luncheon at their Homes and gifts i j of Linen at a luncheon Shower la fun is we a a toy a at the a Home Quot for which mrs. Howard m. Arthur of 2026 Milwaukee. Charles St., aunt of the bridegroom co workers at St. Packard of 3937 North Bay the engagement of Joanne drive and mrs. Gerald Nea Hospital at the Home Jean Dziedzic to William l. Volls of Evanston were Host of Margaret Block 3316 20th Boettcher is being announced esses Al the Racine country St. Mrs. Carl Nelson and mrs. By her father Henry died Lester Howlett aunts of the pc of 1926 83d St., Kenosha. Brick at the Nelson Home,2013 her Fiance is the son of mrs. Georgia ave. And mrs. Rich lances Dokus of 7807 21st a re Smerchek mrs. Daniel St., Kenosha and Emil Brett Cher of Houston Texas. The Bride elect is a student at dominican College and her Fiance is employed by the j. I. Case co. No wedding Date has been set. Smerchek and mrs. Bernice stalk aunts of the bridegroom and mrs. Carl Vacek Mottler of the bridegroom at the Richard Smerchek Home 5301 6 mile Road. Hosts at a Bachelor party a for the bridegroom were Caljo a in cars s. Vin Vacek and Dale Smer Hart of Gibsonia a. An Che. Or. And mrs. Vacek Quot a a Quot a a the engagement of the bridegroom s parents gave in or Joan rehearsal dinner on the bet of dry be ave Quot eve of the wedding at their Kiln w. Trode jr., son Hump of or. And mrs. Franklin Trode or. Of 1221 Schiller St. Mrs. Robert gamier jr., the Bride to be is employed the former Diana Swanson by Western printing and her a the guest of Honor at Fiance works As a co Ordina a everal parties before her tor for Kelsey welding amp marriage saturday in St. Be engineering Kenosha. A sum asian Church in Sturtevant Mer wedding is planned. Club. Miscellaneous gifts were presented the Bride at a luncheon Shower Given by mrs. Hostesses at Racine country club. Parties honouring both the Bride and bridegroom included a Brunch Given by or. And mrs. Robert g. Walker at their Home on Wood Road and dinners Given at the Homes of or. And mrs. Sigmund Vilagi of 1600 Pratt ave., or. And mrs. Ray Jon Dahl of 2045 n. Green Bay Road and or. And mrs. William d. Gittings of 5112 wind Point Road. The rehearsal dinner was Given by or. And mrs. Richard Wiechers of 39 s. Vincennes Circle and their daughter mrs. James Weller of new York at the Wiechers Home. Host and hostess at a wedding Day Brunch were or. And mrs. Charles Mohr Bacher of 450 s. Creek Road who entertained at their Home. Gamma. After a wedding trip through Western Illinois the totes will live in Park Forest 111. The bridegroom whose parents or. And mrs. Frank Toth reside in Nagy Kanizsa Hungary is with Ford motor co., Chicago. The brides gown was fashioned of candlelight Peau de some designed on Princess lines with portrait neckline. Klencon lace accented the bodice and the Short sleeves and was repeated Down the sides of the Chapel length train detailed with a Peau de some Bow at the Center Back Waistline. Imported Klencon formed her Waist length Mantilla secured by a Small silk illusion Pillbox. She carried a Cascade of Amazon lilies Jack Frost roses Stepha Notis and Ivy As her father gave her in marriage. Her bridal aides were her Crystal Bugle beads. Her Small hat was of Matching Pink net with Bow trim and her Flowers were White Rappette or-1 chips. Miss Bratley is married in Denver 3236 Spruce St., took place april 7 in augustan lutheran Church in Denver. The Rev. Paul h. A. Noren officiated. The Bride wore a yellow suit with White accessories and a mexican Mantilla of Shouse Hoehner marriage vows exchanged in holy Cross Church the marriage of Susan Ardilla Hoehner daughter of or. And mrs. E. H. Hoehner of 3610 Meachem Road and Jack Coleman Shouse was solemnized saturday in holy Cross lutheran Church. The Rev. Donald h. Miller performed the 7 30 . Ceremony and a reception followed at the Home of the brides aunt and Uncle or. And mrs. George Schroeder of 205 Sheffield drive. After a trip South the couple will reside in Leawood Square Frankfort by. The bridegroom son of mrs. Gabriel Winter Spencer of Charlotte n. C. And the late Coleman Berry Shouse attended the University of Kentucky and is employed by the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The vat Bride attended Eastern Ken Chari studio mrs. Jack Shouse Susan Hoehner Tucky state College and Valparaiso University. The former miss Hoehner chose a gown of silk organza Over taffeta with a bodice and Kabuki sleeves of Irish Popcorn lace. The same lace was repeated in applique on the a line skirt and the full train which floated from a raised Waistline. Her bouffant illusion veil was caught to a Cloche of shattered leaves and Orange blossoms and she carried a Cascade bouquet of Stepha Notis and variegated Ivy and camellia foliage. Her father gave her in marriage. Attending the couple were mrs. Briane keen of Racine and Thomas e. Hoehner brother of the Bride. Mrs. Keen a mint Green gown had an Empire bodice of White lace with Short sleeves and scoop neckline. A Matching Headpiece and a Cascade bouquet of Pale Pink carnations combined with three Princess roses of Pink petals completed her ensemble. Ushers were James Albert Buchholz and Vincent Lafon Taine both of Frankfort by. The brides Mother wore a Viva Pink suit with Princess line dress and Matching Chanel jacket. Her Corsage was of double dark Pink cym Didium orchids. Mrs. Spencer chose a two piece beige suit with Matching accessories. Her Corsage was of White double comb idiom orchids. A number of pre nuptial parties in Frankfort ky., the Hoeh Nersy former Home honoured the Bride. Her parents gave the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at Dania Hall simple detergent will clean Luggage besides being stylish and sturdy most of today a fashion Luggage is unbelievably easy to clean. Artificial finishes usually require Only a few swipes with a soft cloth soaked in detergent water. Leather can be freshened with leather Wax or commercial cleaner specially recommended for the Job. Use a Good spot remover on Interior fabrics. Aides in Raspberry with double Horn in mrs. Tom Stout Joanne Ortwig sleeves were mrs. F. W. Murphy of Portage Matron of Honor for her sister and Sharon Strauss of Jefferson Niece of the Bride As bridesmaid. Maury Burrows of Lake tile marriage of Julie Kay Mills was Best Man with Bratley daughter of or. And Michael Stout of Madison mrs. Atlee h. Bratley of 921 brother of the bridegroom As College ave., to Karl Heinz g�0��&Quot us re Schadwill son of or. And mrs. Peter j. Schadwill of White lace. Small White roses Cousin and Matron of Honor,1 formed her bouquet. Mrs. Eugene Anderson of attending the couple were Stevens Point and two brides or and is. Thomas r. John maids mrs. James try of son it brother in Law and sister Denny Taylor and Terry Kop in of Lake Mills. The reception was held at the Meadow Springs country club in Jefferson. Both mrs. Stout and her husband Are graduates of Wisconsin state University Whitewater. She teaches in Jefferson and he is employed with the Jefferson county Highway department. Down boy berating a waitress in a loud voice accomplishes Little. Chicago the former Linda Rudy of Kenosha and mrs. James Weller of new York the former Jayne Wiechers of Racine. They were dressed alike in gowns of sea Shell Pink Shan Yastik and crepe with Short sleeves scoop necklines and intermission length skirts of the Bride. Mrs. Johnson wore an Ivory knit suit with Black accessories. After a tour of Colorado the Young Schadwill Are residing at 921 College ave. 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