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Racine Journal News Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 6, 1970, Racine, Wisconsin
Brides toss summer bouquets Racine sunday i Umetin cd sunday september 6, 1970 Siewert Waite Singer Petersen Oteman Kwas St. Robert Bellarmine Catholic Church in Union Grove was the setting tor the aug. 29 marriage of Coleen Ann Waite and Steven e. Siewert. The Rev. James r. Johnson officiated at the 2 . Ceremony. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Arden w. Waite 3832 Hwy. A Franksville and or. And mrs. Wilfred e. Siewert route 2, Box 212, Union Grove. The brides lace and Dacron sheer gown had Long Bishop sleeves and a lace bib. A Matching Leaf plateau held her Elbow length veil. Mrs. Burton Bodven of Franksville was the Matron of Honor with Sally Siewert of Union Grove Judy Waite of Franksville and mrs. Reed Farrell of Union Grove the bridesmaids. They wore Nile Green Chiffon gowns that had Floral trim at the waists and wrists. Ronald Gross was the Best Man with Phillip Davis Daniel Hetland and Brian Burgess the attendants. Alvin Waite and Ronald Schultz ushered. A reception at the Wildwood inn in Franklin honoured the couple who took a trip to Northern Wisconsin. They will live in Union Grove. The Bride is a Secretary at s. C. Johnson amp son inc. The bridegroom attends Racine Kenosha teachers College. Two seniors at Stout state University Susan Louise Petersen and Francis j. Singer jr., exchanged vows during a 6 . Aug. 28 wedding ceremony at St. Edwards Catholic Church. Officiant was the Rev. Anthony Hirt. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Harold w. Petersen 1514 Arthur ave., and or. And mrs. Francis j. Singer sr., 6514 29th ave., Kenosha. The Bride designed her embroidered crepe gown which had Long puffy sleeves wide cuffs and an Empire Waist. A Crown Headpiece held her fingertip veil. Nona Jones of Norwalk conn., wore a Blue dress trimmed with lace As the maid of Honor. A Nicholson Phot mrs. Ronald holler Kathryn Wilkinson holler Wilkinson Kathryn Wilkinson and Ronald holler were married aug. 29 at St. Edwards Catholic Church. The Rev. Matthew Urban performed the ceremony. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert Wilkinson of 3211 Republic ave. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Joseph holler 3054 97th St., Sturtevant. The brides White Peau de some gown was styled with narrow mandarin neckline and Long tapered sleeves. Her veil was Chapel length a. Patricia Wilkinson the maid of Honor wore a Pale Pink Sata Peau dress with Schiffli embroidery. Wearing similar outfits were the bridesmaids Patricia holler and Barbara Green. Linda Wilkinson was Flower girl with Russell Wilkinson As ring bearer. Donald Seitz was Best Man and the groomsmen were Tim Hoffman and Michael Thomas. Joseph Rickert and William Vyvyan were Ushers. After a dinner at the Hub a reception was held in the eagles club. The couple left for a wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. She is employed at Modine mfg. Co. He is employed at Jacobsen mfg. Co. A Dick demoulpied mrs. Steven Siewert Coleen Waite in Jos. Lawrence lower level store hours tues. Thru thurs. A 9 to 5 30 Fri. 12 to 9 sat. 9 to 5 a smart if a it fall Echo a Light As air fashion look on pure silk a seventy two inches of fashion fantasy a in colors like gems. To Wear Stock tied As Here or turban wrapped and floating. One of a new and Brilliant fall collection from our Echo Scarf boutique. $8.00 a $10.00 lorry parcel the Rev. Kenneth Reagan of St. David a Catholic Church in new Berlin officiated at the wedding of Susan Jayne parcel to Paul Wilcox Lowry Iii aug. 29 at 1 30 . In St. Johns Chapel in the Dekoven foundation. Parents of the Bride Are mrs. Dari Denton 1415 Virginia St., and the late Ralph c. Parcel. Or. Denton gave the Bride away. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Paul Wilcox Lowry jr., 2823 Washington ave. The Bride wore a White crepe gown with Venise lace Collar and bib and Bishop sleeves. Venise lace also detailed the Pillbox which held her train length veil. Mary Post was maid of Honor. She wore a Light Gold dress with open embroidery. Bridesmaids who were dressed similarly were Nita parcel Kathryn Bush of Missouri and Sandra Rohay of Pewaukee. Bonnie parcel was Flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by Daryl Hanson of Madison As Best Man and by John Lowry Scott parcel and John Morgan. The couple will reside at 4913 chalet Garden Road Madison where the bridegroom will resume his education interrupted by duty in Vietnam. The Bride recently received a degree in French education from the University of Wisconsin Madison. Robert Singer of Kenosha was the Best Man. David win Nen of Racine and Mike Chia Petta of St. Paul seated guests. After a reception in the Anderson room of the Myca the couple left for the wisc on Mickelsen Highman the Rev. James j. Brady officiated when Rosemary Kwas became the Bride of David Oteman during a 2 . Aug. 29 ceremony at St. Patrick a Catholic Church. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. John Kwas 3326 n. Elmwood drive. The bridegroom is the son of George Oteman 5943 Middle Road. The Bride was attended by Sandra schuster As maid of Honor. Bridesmaids were Anna Klister and Ann Kwas of Denver was Lisa Kwas the Junior aide. George Oteman was the Best Man Mike Hazen and Gary Dahlen the groomsmen and Ruben Carreno and Joseph Kwas the Ushers. A dinner at the Hub for the wedding party and a reception at the labor Center honoured the couple who Are on a trip to Northern Wisconsin. They will live in Racine. The Bride attends St. Luke a Hospital school of nursing the bridegroom the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. Sin dells area. They Are residing in Menomonie. The Bride is majoring in Home economics education. She is affiliated with Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority. Her husband is an Industrial technology major and a member of Phi Sigma Epsilon social fraternity. Mrs. Paul Lowry Iii Susan parcel mrs. William Mudge Iii Cynthia Hoke Meyers Wenzel St. Johns evangelical lutheran Church in Luverne minn., was the setting at 2 30 . Aug. 30 for the marriage of Joann Arelene Wenzel and David John Meyers. The couple repeated their vows after the Rev. A. C. Schmalz. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Alvin k. Wenzel of Luverne. The bridegrooms parents or. And mrs. John a. Meyers reside at 5104 twin elms drive. The brides gown of lace Over taffeta had lace sleeves and an Empire Waistline a heres nothing funny about being overweight being overweight can Only be funny to those who were never overweight. The digs the snickers the jokes. You can t Stop the jokes but you can do something about yourself. Come to weight watchers. Here you can learn to lose weight and keep it off through the weight watchers internationally famous weight control program. No drugs or pills no starvation diet. This program works. We be proven it All Over the world. Corned by seed pearls. It was worn with an Elbow length illusion veil. The maid of Honor Carol Wenzel of Minneapolis wore a floor length dress that had an Orchid and Blue print skirt and a sheer White victorian style Blouse. Similar outfits were worn by the bridesmaids mrs. Loren Wenzel of South St. Paul and Althea Meyers of Racine. Barry Hollowell of Boston was the Best Man. Groomsmen were Loren Wenzel of South St. Paul and Wayne Wasylko of Racine. Glenn Kuchenmeister and Lester Wenzel ushered. A reception in the Church Parlours honoured the couple. They Are on a tour of the new England states. The Bride is a student at Valparaiso University from which her husband graduated. He is attending Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. His fraternity is Phi Sigma Epsilon. Mrs. Francis Singer Susan Petersen Mudge Hoke Cynthia Joy Hoke and William Albert Mudge Iii two students at the University of Wisconsin Madison were married aug. 29 in an 8 30 . Ceremony at holy communion English lutheran Church. The Rev. John Poffinbarger officiated. Parents of the Bride Are Elmer con Hoke Casper Wyo. And mrs. William Apple Hans Casper. The bridegroom is the son of or. William Albert Mudge jr., Kenosha and mrs. Tom Sullivan 709 William St. The brides crepe gown was styled with pointed Bell sleeves and Hood. A rope of pearls was used As a Belt. Debbie Kant Madison was maid of Honor. Muffy Nieman Diane Perrine of Kenosha Diana Alger of Boulder colo., and mrs. Donald Jacobson were bridesmaids. Pamela Hoke was Flower girl. The aides wore Gold crepe gowns and crocheted bonnets. Donald Jacobson was Best Man with Tom Sullivan or. And Bruce Brian and James Sullivan As attendants. Guests were seated by John Henshel and Jon Hisgen. After a reception in the Church Hall the couple left for a wedding trip to Northern Michigan. They will reside at 4833 Sheboygan ave. In Madison. The Rev. Herbert Silko o.f.m., officiated and the Rev. J. Christian Quello of Gethsemane evangelical lutheran Church pronounced the final Blessing As Constance h. Highman and David c. Mickelsen were married aug. 29 in a 1 30 . Ceremony at St. Sebastian a Catholic Church in Sturtevant. The Bride is the daughter of mrs. Arthur Highman 6603 Durand ave., and the late or. Highman. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Carl Mickelsen 1113 Echo Circle. The brides organza gown was styled with Rose Point Chantilly Basque scalloped neckline and Tulip sleeves. A lace bordered Mantilla fell from an open lace Camelot caplet. Kathy r. Highman maid of Honor Judy a. Dudeck and Camille Jensen attended the Bride. They wore Ivory crepe gowns with contrasting Chiffon scarves Over one shoulder. Karen Derosa and Cathy Highman were Flower girls. Mark Ulinski was Best Man with Richard Mickelsen and Ben Poulsen As attendants and Donald Pankow and John chemo ski As Ushers. A reception at the fifth Street yacht club preceded a wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. The bridegroom is a senior sociology major at the univer sity of Wisconsin Parkside. He is employed at j. I. Case co. The Bride is a typist at twin disc inc. They will reside at 1534 Melvin ave. Fis a Robert j. Lewis mrs. David Oteman Rosemary Kwas Lesa spin for Congress a photographic Art mrs. David Mickelsen Constance Highman but tee a Mai a her treasurer 2t office Supply co. Irish lass joins . Air Force mount Vernon . Apr Maura e. Stafford of county Wexford is a comely Irish lass of 22 who recently joined the . Air Force to see the world and get away from housework. She is interested in becoming a medical Laboratory technician or radiologist. In Ireland the Petite Colleen with Gray Green eyes worked in a betting shop taking wages on horses. A it was a Good place to work she recalled. A you got to know the jockeys and horses and occasionally won a since coming to the . A year ago miss Stafford has been in the employ of a local family As a Domestic. 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