Racine Journal Times Bulletin in Racine, Wisconsin
16 Jun 1963

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16 Jun 1963

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Racine Journal Times Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 16, 1963, Racine, Wisconsin In the marriage of Stanford Muto Schacht and Alice Ditha new a took place Satui Iii in of Imit methodist Clit fish with or. Clarenc Seidenspinn Abr retailing the 4 . Ceremony. Hie Bride is v the daughter of or. And mrs. G. W. Brewer of 435 Erie. St. Her he Ablahd is the son of or. And mrs. Milton w. Schacht of 2421 Erie St. After a trip to Northern Wisconsin the schachts will go on to quantic a. Where they will make their Home while the bridegroom completes his service with the Marine corps. He received his Bachelor of science degree in january 1962, from the mrs. Stanford Schacht University of Wisconsin. Alice Brewer Madison and has been doing t. A. Hanson miss Dobratz Are married Mission pastor Bride will reside in Arizona graduate work toward his master s degree in education. Until being called to Active duty. His Bride attended Lawrence College in Appleton and completed her studies at the Milwaukee Hospital school for a Ray technicians in Early 1962. Her sorority is Kappa Delta. She has been employed at the Jackson clinic in Madison. For her wedding gown. She chose silk organza styled with Oval neckline folded bodice and Bell shaped skirt with Chapel train. Re pm Bro tiered lace was appliqued Charlea 8tudlo Doreen Fraser betrothed i or. And mrs rot Ert Fraser of 1604" Maple St. Announce the engagement of their daughter Doreen to Keith Christiansen son of or. And mrs. Helmer m. Christiansen of 2337 a Thor ave. The prospective bridegroom received his degree in civil engineering from Marquette University this month. A fall wedding is planned. On the bodice and skirt and three full blown roses were caught at the Back of the Waist. A Cluster of blossoms and Pearl Zed forget me not secured her bouffant veil and she carried White roses combined with Dracaena foliage and Ivy. Doctor Brewer gave his daughter in marriage. Mrs. Franklin w. Kehrli came from Spring Valley Calif to be her sister s Matron of Honor. Another sister Janet Brewer served As bridesmaid with Judee Hardel of Brown Deer. They wore identical frocks of beige brocade Sheath style with Matching tissue taffeta Over skirts fastened with bows at the front. They carried cascades of elegance carnations. Better times roses and Ivy and wore Matching Carnation circlets in their hair. Dean Schacht was his brother s Best Man and completing the wedding party were Edward Sandvold and Phillip Sprecher of Madison and Franklin Kehrli of Spring Valley Calif. For her daughter s wedding mrs. Brewer chose a Mist Green silk Shantung ensemble and a Corsage of Pink Garnet roses and lilies of the Valley. Mrs. Schacht Mother of the bridegroom was in a Dusty Rose frock with Matching jacket. Her Corsage combined Ivory and Pink cym Didium orchids. A Buffet supper was served in the Church Parlours immediately after the ceremony and later a Post reception gathering of close friends and relatives was held at the Brewer Home. Terence a. Hanion and Jereis l. Dobratz both Grid Sites of the University of Witch ii mad lion were United in Terrie be june 8, with the Rev. Nemea Hughes Reading the ceremony in or Martin Luther Church in Oconomowoc. Tie Bride daughter of mrs. Jobcar w. Dobratz of Ocono Nib Woc and the late or. Dobratz is a member of Alpha i Delta and Phi up Silon Omicron. Her husband son of or. And mrs. William Hanson of 2116 n. Green Bay Road is with Wisconsin electric Power co., Oak Creek. The couple will reside in Union Grove when they re turn from a trip to Eastern Canada and the new England states. Silk organza and taffeta were combined in the Bride s floor length gown designed with scoop neck shaped mid Riff and Bell skirt. Embroidered Flowers accented the skirt. She wore a Crown of Stepha Notis to hold her Elbow length veil and carried White Bible to which Steph Antis and Ivy were attached Linda j. Lidtka of Madison her sole attendant was m White organza Over taffeta with gathered skirt of Ivy Green. Green piping detailed the fitted bodice and she wore a Crown of Green Ivy. Her Flowers were White chrysanthemums and Ivy. Peter Daniel Hancock of Racine was the Best Man Ushers were James Peterson of Racine and David Stueber of Arlington Heights 111. Mrs. Dobratz selected White Batiste frock with smocked bodice and Avocado accessories for her daughter wedding and the reception at the Dobratz Home later family dinner was served at the Lakeshore supper club in Oconomowoc. The bridegroom s Mother chose a Pink embroidered Cotton Sheath with which she had White accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of comb idiom orchids. In the weeks preceding the wedding the Bride was honoured at a miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Edward my Peterson of Racine and also at two parties in Oconomowoc. One Tea was Given by mrs. Harvey Anderson and the second a Shower Tea by mrs. Nolan Isaacson. John Philip Gaertner who will begin his work As pastor of a new Misi Iiona in Scotts Dale Ariz in july and his Bride the former Joan la veme Harting Are on a wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. Their marriage took place saturday at 7 30 . In the first evangelical lutheran Church with the Rev. Rein Hart j. Pope officiating. Later a Buffet was held in the banquet room of Holleb House. The Bride daughter of or. And mrs. Lorvin Charles Harting of Kirkwood mo., has been a member of the lutheran High school faculty for the past three years. She is an Alumna of Valparaiso University and a member of Sigma Theta sorority. Her husband is the son of or. And mrs. Philip c. Gaertner of Neenah wis. He is a graduate of Northwestern College in Watertown and of Wisconsin lutheran Seminary in Mequon. The Bride made her gown of silk organza Over Ivory Peau de sole. The Klencon lace bodice had a Bateau neckline coming to a v in Back. The dropped Waistline met a front so dirt panel of lace. Her silk illusion veil Elbow length was held in place by a Cluster of pearls and daisies and she carried White and red roses surrounding an Orchid As her father gave her in marriage. The attendants who preceded her were in Street length dresses of Blue organza Over taffeta designed with Bateau necklines Short sleeves and dropped waistlines. They wore headpieces of organza Flowers with Short veils and carried Redbird roses with Dracaena foliage. Hirlu Studlo mrs. John Gaertner Joan Harting Judith Lee Harting was the maid of Honor and bridesmaids were mrs. Hugh g Jahn and Phyllis Kiefer. Hugh g. Jahn was the Best Man. Groomsmen were Don Aid Holzhueter and David Fritze and Ushers were v. H Harting and h. J. Gaertner. The Mother of the Bride chose a dress of Dusty Rose silk Shantung with appliqued organza accents on tie Bod ice. Her Corsage was of red roses and Pink feathered carnations. The bridegroom s Mother was in Light Blue silk Shantung with Matching jacket and hat and White accessories. Her Corsage was of yellow roses and feathered carnations. Two miscellaneous show ers one Given by Phyllis Kiefer at her Home in St. Louis and one Given by the Mes Carl Bigley Vance Lischer and Lloyd Horton in Kirkwood mo., honoured the Bride in the weeks prior to the wedding. Russell o Claire. Roberta Rehbein Exchange vows or. And mrs. Russell o Claire married june 8, in St. Rose Church will make their Home at 826 main St. Upon their return from wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. The Rev. John Burns officiated at the ii . Ceremony in which the Bride was Given in marriage by Kenneth Mahaffy Uncle of the bridegroom. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Arthur o Claire of 1525 Grange ave. The Bride wore a bouffant gown of sheer fabric Over taffeta. The folded bodice was trimmed with lace and had a Bateau neckline and three Quarter length sleeves. Bands of lace and Diagonal pleating at the sides detailed the skirt. A jewelled Crown secured her veil of bridal illusion and she carried a bouquet of White carnations Iris and Ivy. Virginia Albertini was maid of Honor and Carol o Claire bridesmaid. They wore gowns of Maize sheer Over taffeta. The fitted bodice was fashioned with a Bateau neckline Liegler Menke nuptials take place in Milwaukee or. Donald g. Liegler will take his Bride the former Rosemary Menke. To Miami Fla. Where they will reside after he begins his internship at Jackson memorial Hospital in that City on june 24. Parents of the couple who changed wedding vows june 8 in St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church Milwaukee before Rev. P. M. Flood Are or. And mrs. Vincent t. Menke of Fairfield Iowa and or. Chariei studio mrs. James Trefren Mary Taggart Trefren Taggart vows said Mary c. Taggart and James a. Trefren were married May 25 at St. Edward s Church by the Rev. John d. Lietz. Or. And mrs. Patrick j. Taggart 2029 West Lawn ave. And. Or. And mrs. Edward j. Trefren Viroqua Are parents of tie bridal couple. The Bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle a double Crown of pearls and crystals with a bouffant veil and carried a Large Orchid surrounded by roses and lilies of the Valley. Her father gave her in marriage. Patricia Ann Taggart was Tanaid of Honor and Laurel Brehm Mary Derzay and Diane Fergus bridesmaids. They were dressed in Blue Chiffon frocks with lace jackets and carried Pink roses. Donna Hagemann. Flower girl wore a Short Pink Lamar was Best Man John Tepley. Patrick Taggart or. And Lovence Rogn aloof. I room Imen and Danielis Hio usher. A rfii4mlon Wai held it Roma Waif. In afternoon trip just Fiji Jeys Are resin Mettel Marquette Jonn Haley photo Judith Gillian cop up on fall wedding a fall wedding is planned by it. . Frank John Cooper. Us and his Fiancee Judith Ann Gilligan. Whose engagement is announced by her parents or. And mrs. John e. Gilligan or. Of West Hartford. Conn. The future bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Frank h. Cooper of 1930 Quincy ave. Lieutenant Cooper who. Is s t a t i o n e d at Moffett Field Mountain View Calif., attended West Point military Academy and Wisconsin state c 011 e g e at Whitewater. His Bride to be is a graduate of mount St. Joseph Academy in West Hartford and of Chil Dren s Hospital school of nursing in Bost mass. And mrs. Gerald Liegler of 2060 Geneva St. Doctor Liegler is an alumnus of the University of notre Dame and also attended the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee. He was graduated from the Marquette University College of Medicine this month. His Bride who has been an instructor in the Marquette University College of nursing this past year was graduated from mercy Hospital school of nursing and St. Ambrose College in Davenport Iowa and received her master s degree from Marquette. The former miss Menke designed her own wedding gown. Of White Peau de sole it was floor length Sheath style with a panelled train of appliqued Klencon lace. Matching Klencon lace accented the circular Crown of Peau de sole to which her triple tiered shoulder length veil was attached. Her Flowers were White orchids. She was Given in marriage by her father. Walking length sheaths of Aqua silk Peau de sole with Matching veils and shoes were worn by the bridal aides Joan Bender As maid of Honor and Mary Durand As bridesmaid. They carried sprays of Light yellow Fuji mums. The Bride s Niece Margaret Murray was in a floor length frock of White taffeta and organza washed in Aqua taffeta for her duties As Flower girl. The bridegroom had David Jones As his Best Man. And a classmate. Or. David Barrett As groomsman. Ushers were the Bride s brother Delbert Menke and the bridegroom s brother in Law Fred Van re Mortel. Brunch after the ceremony was served at the seven seas Oplak naga Wlocka at Dela Field. The Bride s Mother wore a pastel Aqua link Sheath with lace bodice and pastel Pink acre Lorlei. Mrs. Liegler Mother of the bridegroom Pink link suit with White accessories. Both Moth Eri had White Orchid Coy get. Jacqueline Wheeler is Bride of Hamline University senior Jacqueline Eda Wheeler daughter of former Racine residents or. And mrs. La Verne Wheeler who now make their Home in eau Claire became the Bride of Rodney o. Smith son of the Rev. And mrs. Maurice Smith of eau Claire june i in Lake St. Methodist Church in that City. The ceremony was performed by the bridegroom s father and the Rev. Marlin e. Smith of Elm Grove. The bridegroom is a senior at Hamline University and a member of Theta Chi fraternity. The Bride attended Minnesota school of business. Both will attend summer school at the University of Minnesota Duluth this summer. The Bride s Peau de some gown had a notched Bateau neckline Long sleeves and a skirt of undressed pleats a hich terminated in a Chapel train. A Cleopatra Crown of pearls secured her silk illusion veil and she carried a colonial Luquet of roses and Stepha Notis with a White Orchid ind Ivy. Her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. Dennie j. Best of Washington d. A formerly of Racine was her Matron of Honor. Bridesmaids were Pamela Wheeler her sister i Milf Jane ii tm3 racing sunny Lui Utin Robert Clunes wed 50 year former Racine residents or. And mrs. Robert b. Clune who now make their Home in Pinellas Park Fla. Celebrated their Soth wedding anniversary on june 13. The Clunes who were married in fond do Lac resided at 1305 West blvd. From 1915 to 1925, while he was employed at the Racine manufacturing co. He was Active in the knights of Columbus and the Eagle. Prior to retirement he Wae with the j. J. Newberry qo., Chain store Merchan Diliert. The Clunes have made their Home in Pinellas Park for the past five Yean. Replace me Akagi break something say you re sorry and replace the article. Charlt Studlo Marilyn Cook engaged or. And mrs. Clarence Cook of 1532 Cleveland ave. Announce the engagement of their daughter Marilyn to James r. Adams son of or. And mrs. James p. Adams of 2126 St. Clair St. The couple plans to be married next Spring. Allan Englund photo mrs. Rodney Smith Jacqueline Wheeler Bonnie Myrah of Madison and mrs. Allen Pavia of Fayette Ville n. A also former Racine residents and mrs. Theodore Priem of St. Paul. They were dressed alike in Street length sheaths of Blue Nylon Over taffeta with tunic Over skirts. Pillboxes of Matching material with Short veils and White fans covered with White feathered mums and Stepha Notis completed their ensembles. Debbie Scholman Niece of the bridegroom wore White Peau de some floor length for her duties As Flower girl. Jeff Scholman the bridegroom s Nephew was the ring bearer. Gary Weber of eau Claire was the Best Man and completing the wedding party were Bert Smith brother of tie bridegroom and three of his fraternity Brothers. Nor Man Kuuttila Jerry Pieton and Robert harms. Ushers were Bryan Jensen Roger Lipelt and David Medin. For her daughter s wedding and the reception afterwards in the Church s Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Wheeler selected a Willow Green silk Sheath with White accessories and a Corsage of White sweetheart roses. Mrs. Smith the Bride Groom s Mother was in a Gold silk Sheath with Bone coloured accessories and a Corsage of Gold sweetheart roses. The bridal pair left on a trip to the Pocono mountains in Pennsylvania. They will reside at 1506 Laurel ave. St. Paul on the Hamline University Campus. Samuel s portrait mrs. Russell o Claire Roberta Rehbein and Elbow length sleeves. The Bell shaped skirt and a Pannier Back with a Bow and streamers at the Waistline. Matching Flower hats held their circular veils. Each carried White carnations and purple Iris. Attending the bridegroom . Beat Man and Edmund l a u g h 1 i n. Groomsman. John edenic and John Linders ushered. A reception was held in the evening at Dania Hall. Mrs. O Claire dressed in Brown sheer Over taffeta and beige accessories for her son s wed Ding and reception. The bridegroom is assistant manager for mid West tire and Auto stores and his Bride is employed at Racine hydraulics. Mrs. O Claire and Carol o Claire entertained at a mis Cellaneous Shower for the Bride preceding the wedding Day. Kuhnwald la Mere marriage announced or. And mrs. Cecil la Mere of n. 28th St., Milwaukee announce the marriage of their daughter Mary Jacqueline to Paul l. Kuhnwald son of or. And mrs. Paul e. Kuhnwald of 1602 Milwaukee ave. The marriage took place june 8 in Racine. Informal wedding a Bride in her late 30s or Early 40s May find an informal wedding More appropriate. The key to Satish action Bummer headlines for summer fun Sii Miner s a Breeze alien we style your liar in a Carefree coiffure perfect for sunning and swim mine Call and arrange for regular appointment ii thru the summer. Magic scissors Beauty studio she. List St. Mem is in your Choice of j4iw�l�r i Tiit is the Vierst of Vittini Thi most for your Dimond a Teller. Choosing it i Wilt with Tho Bost Yipu  tit Lon for Villi. Lilii us. I

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