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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - June 14, 1970, Racine, Wisconsin£0 Racine sunday bulletin sunday june 14, 1970 late Spring time for nuptials Mclain Andersen Woitach Demark following a wedding trip to Northern Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. Gary f. Mclain will make their Home at 127 Prospect n.e., grand rapids Mich. A 7 . Ceremony saturday at Calvary memorial Church United in marriage Susan Mary Andersen the daughter of or. And mrs. Robert n. Andersen 4323 Kinzie ave., and the son of or. And mrs. Neil Mclain Lansing Mich. The Rev. Or. Arlin m. Hal Worsen and the Rev. Forrest Williams officiated. White dotted Swiss with applique trim and Bishop sleeves fashioned the brides gown. Her Elbow length veil was caught up in a Daisy Headpiece. As Matron of Honor mrs. Ray Badger Columbus Ohio wore a gown of Aqua dotted Swiss. In identically styled gowns were the bridesmaids Barbara Andersen Margaret Mclain Lansing and Junior bridesmaids Julianne and Nancy Kay Andersen. Dean Julian of Antigo wis., was Best Man. The bridegrooms attendants were Donald Mclain Lansing and Robert Andersen. David Andersen and Richard Powell seated guests. At a reception in the Church Parlours guests were served a wedding cake with Fountain designed and made by the brides Mother. The bridegroom is a May graduate of grand rapids school of the Bible and music grand rapids. The Bride is a senior there. The Rev. Alois j. Klas officiated in ceremonies at sacred heart Church which United in marriage Patricia a. Demark and Gregory a. Woi Tach. The daughter of or. And mrs. James l. Demark 1935 n. Green Bay Road and the son of or. And mrs. Joseph Woitach sr., 3609 s. Elmwood drive exchanged vows in 2 . Rites june 6. The Bride wore a gown of Rayon organza in Empire a line styling trimmed in Venise lace and featuring a full detachable train. Her three tiered silk illusion Cut Edge veil was held by a Headpiece of organza roses. Attendants wore gowns of Empire styled organza in Maize. They were maid of Honor Diane Zukewich and bridesmaids Mariann Obe Nauf Mundelein ii and Maryann Perga. Pam de Mark was Junior bridesmaid. Vicky limn Korzilius and Jane Woitach were Flower girls. Albert Quadracci was Best Man. The bridegrooms attendants were Bob Beyer and James Demark with Joseph Woitach or. And Jerry de Mark serving As Ushers. A dinner was held at the Racine motor inn and an evening reception at Racine labor Center. The Bride a graduate of Marquette University is a dental hygienist. The bridegroom is a senior at dominican College majoring in business administration. Nothing makes As Nice a bed for a Small pet As a baby a plastic Bathtub. It is Light for handling and can be cleaned so easily. Mccarthy Hall available for wedding receptions dial 632-0265 excellent catering service the Protection afforded by Many storage facilities is less than your furs would have in your own Home Truesdell s Quot Bank vault Quot Protection provides Complete theft and fire Protection in addition to scientifically controlled heat and humidity Protection. Theres always a Little extra Effort at pickup service by a qualified furrier is available for the asking. Rui Deil 613 Wisconsin ave. A Telephone 634-5386 a camera masters mrs. Gary f. Mclain Susan Mary Andersen Bahrs Fleming Constance Mae Fleming and a Cpl. Bruce Wayne Bahrs were married saturday in a 2 . Ceremony As the reverend Armin c. Schaefer officiated at St. Johns lutheran Church. The brides parents Are mrs. Agnes Strommen of 1836 North Wisconsin St., and Robert Fleming of 604 7th St. He is the son of or. And mrs. Clifford Bahrs of 6121 he. 31. The Bride wore a Street length dress of Chantilly lace Over Satin with Pearl buttons accenting the bodice. The dress had Long puffy lace sleeves with identical buttons accenting the cuffs. Her Nylon illusion veil was held by a lace and Satin Bow Headpiece. As Matron of Honor mrs. Thomas Strommen wore a Street length dress of Blue brocade. A ribbon accented the Center of the Waist. In identically styled dresses were the bridesmaids april Braun and Theresa Fleming. Flower girls rim Marie Bahrs and Susan Strommen wore sleeveless dresses of Blue brocade with White brocade fronts. The Best Man was Bradly Bahrs with Edward and Daniel Strommen serving As both groomsmen and Ushers. An afternoon reception was held at the brides Home. The bridegroom is a member of the . Marine corps and the couple will be residing in Southern California. Mrs. Bruce Bahrs Constance Mae Fleming Nielsen Bunker Jane Bunker and Kenneth Nielsen were married june 5 in St. Ann Church in Vatican City Rome Italy with the Rev. John Sevelle officiating. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Thomas Bunker of Cincinnati Ohio and or. And mrs. Frank Nielsen 4815 Lindermann ave. The Young couple Are honeymooning in Europe and after july i will make their Home in Ithaca n.y., where the Bride is a teacher and the bridegroom is an assistant Dean of students at Cornell University. Men outnumber girls on Florida Campus Gainesville Fla. A if you re looking for a Man Florida College and University campuses May be just the place. Statistics reveal that boys outnumber girls on student Rolls in administration and on faculties at six state universities. They also hold the balance of Power at the 27 schools in the Florida Junior College system. The University of Florida offers the Best Hunting ground for coeds. Here in Gainesville nearly two thirds a 64.7 per cent a of the students Are men and when you look at the faculty 89.9 per cent Are men. The percentage is even greater at the new Florida techno logical University in Orlando Here four fifths of the students Are men. Stigler Pastorek Robert Joseph Stigler Franksville claimed Karen Ann Pastorek As his Bride june 6 in St. Louis Catholic Church of Caledonia in a noon ceremony. The Rev. Harold Wolf officiated at the wedding of the couple whose parents Are or. And mrs. Joseph Pastorek 1120 Virginia St., and or. And mrs. Francis Stigler of 3350 80th St., Franksville. A gown of White organza featured a High sheer Yoke of the turn of the Century threaded with rows of Venise lace Flowers. The lace Flowers were repeated on the full Juliet sleeves and bordered the Semi full skirt and train. A Petal Bandeau of lace and pearls held her veiling. Mrs. Don Doebereiner maid of Honor and Debi Pastorek bridesmaid wore yellow Maize Chiffon Empire Basque gowns with braid trim on High neckline and cuffs of Juliet sleeves. John h. Moser was Best Man and James p. Stigler attendant. Michael Chetney and James Pastorek were Ushers. A Buffet dinner was served at South Hills country club after which the couple went to Western . And Mexico on their wedding trip. They will make their Home at 3320 Daisy Lane. The bridegroom is employed at Jacobsen mfg. Co., and the Bride who attended the University of Wisconsin Milwaukee is employed by s. C. Johnson amp son inc., in the Public relations department. A due photography mrs. Kenneth a. La Plante Patricia Ann Delcore a Nicholson mrs. Robert Stigler Karen Pastorek Laplante Delcore when Patricia Ann Delcore became the Bride of Kenneth a. Laplante she wore a gown designed and made by her sister mrs. Donald Laplante Sturtevant. The daughter of or. And mrs. Lee Delcore 2211 Rupert blvd., and the son of or. And mrs. Elmer Laplante 6634 Durand ave., were married at 2 . June 6 in St. Rose Church the Rev. Dan Garvey officiating. The brides Empire styled gown featured a lace bodice Chiffon Over skirt and lace puffed sleeves. Her fingertip veil was held by a Garland of roses accented with pearls. Mrs. Laplante also made the baby Blue Chiffon gowns worn by herself As Matron of Honor and by bridesmaids mrs. Daniel Laplante mrs. Al Scott and mrs. Robert Peters. Donald Laplante was Best Man. Daniel David and Larry Laplante were the bridegrooms attendants. James and Jerry Delcore seated guests. A 6 30 . Reception was held at Dania Hall. Following a wedding trip to Canada the couple will make their Home at 1613 Ohio St. The Bride is employed in the engineering department of the Wisconsin Telephone co. The bridegroom is employed by Dyna Matic inc., Kenosha. Mrs. John Michael Box Gail Johnson Brzezinski Dombrowski following a trip to Hawaii or. And mrs. Stanley Brzezinski will make their Home at 7218 by. A route i Caledonia. Elaine Dombrowski the daughter of Leonard Marsch by. A Caledonia and Brzezinski Oak Creek wis., were married in 1 30 . Rites june 6 at the St. Louis Parish House Caledonia the Rev. Leonard Novotny officiating. The Bride wore a gown of sheer organza in a Champagne Shade with Venise lace trimming the bodice scoop neck line and Bishop sleeves. Her Floral Headpiece matched her gown. As Matron of Honor mrs. John Mueller Franksville wore a gown of Lime Chiffon. Leo Beres was Best Man. Donald Dombrowski and the Junior Stanley Brzezinski served As Ushers. A reception was held at the South Hills country club. The bridegroom is employed As a supervisor at Ladish co., Cudahy wis. 7 Titsworth Cameron. Patsy Ann Cameron daughter of Margaret Cameron 1407 Hamilton St., and Freddie d. Tittsworth son of or. And mrs. Charles Tittsworth 1720 Mead St., were married at la . June 6 in holy Trinity Church by the Rev. S. V. Labaj. The Bride who was the Bass Singer for the former a Roger Crumbie and the Wayman Ettesv gospel singing group wore an Empire style gown of Chiffon Street length with embroidered top. The embroidery on her shoulder length veil matched her dress trim. Her bridesmaid Deborah Vaughn wore a gown of yellow crepe with Empire Waist. Charles Tittsworth attended his brother As Best Man. A reception followed the ceremony at the Golden lantern. The couple will make their Home at 1817 Douglas ave., Apt. 4. The Bride is employed in the accounting department of the j. I. Case co. And the bridegroom who is studying marketing at r.t.i., is employed at Racine hydraulics. Stanton Lieburn Sherd Lynn Lieburn became the Bride of Donald l. Stanton at 6 . June 6 in Christ Church United methodist with the Rev. Roy Deming officiating at the ceremony. Parents of the couple Are or. And mrs. Harry w. Lieburn of 5805 Tahoe drive and or. And mrs. Stanley Stanton 2312 Durand ave. The Bride wore Chalk White French crepe with flowing Skimmer lines rolled Collar and Venise lace trim repeated in the Border of the train. Her veil was fingertip length attached to a Petal Bandeau. Mrs. Brian Thellefsen maid of Honor Shirley Ticknor and mrs. Terry Andersen bridesmaids wore gowns of Aqua Chiffon Over taffeta. Dawn Haas was Flower girl also in Aqua Chiffon. Dan Stanton was Best Man and Brian Thellefsen and Terry Andersen were groomsmen. Ushers were Dean Stanton and Bill Petri. Following a reception at the fifth Street yacht club the pair went to Northern Wisconsin on their wedding trip. Their future residence will be 2407 w. Prospect St. The bridegroom is employed by Phillips Bros. Inc., and the Bride works at Racine motor inn. A John Frenner mrs. Gregory a. Woitach Patricia a. Demark Box Johnson John Michael Box claimed Gail Annette Johnson As his Bride in 7 . Rites saturday at our Savior a lutheran Church West Salem. The Rev. Clarence Brauer and the Rev. Don Wiesner officiated for the daughter of or. And mrs. Kenneth Johnson of West Salem and the son of or. And mrs. Lawrence Box 2022 St. Clair St. Heavy crepe fashioned the brides Empire gown of a line styling which featured venetian lace trim on the bodice two Back panels and floor length Mantilla. The brides attendants wore gowns of crepe in Lavender and purple. They were Matron of Honor mrs. James Haerter St. Paul and bridesmaids Karen Kovacik Jean Euler West Salem and Donna Klink Virginia Minn. Ron Moede of Milwaukee was Best Man. Attendants of the bridegroom were Richard Tramitz Milwaukee Bruce Sanderson Marshall wis., and Tom Neckvatal Hogan wis. Bruce and Keith Johnson seated guests. The couple greeted guests in the Fellowship room of the Church and at the Home of the Bride before leaving on a wedding trip to Wisconsin dells and northeastern Wisconsin. The bridegroom is a 1970 graduate of Stout state University Menomonie and has accepted a Post As instructor of graphic arts at Washington Park High school. A highlight studio mrs. Stanley Brzezinski Elaine Dombrowski mrs. Freddie Tittsworth Patsy Cameron a r. M. Thoennes photo mrs. Donald Stanton Sherri Lynn Lieburn furs and valuable cloth Coats deserve Complete storage Protection out re sophisticates anew name in fashion fashion after Spring s own heart. Special take it easy casuals with the lightest brightest look. The richly lined refresher plaid pants. Hours . 12 to 9 . 9-5 30 open saturdays till 5 00 Lecou Elj Etc in Jos. Lawrence lower level

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