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Racine Journal Times Sunday Bulletin (Newspaper) - May 14, 1967, Racine, Wisconsin In n Jaer a it a Quot � ars a 4 inti j Bir amp a � of o v it a a a � � a in to i a amp a s a 5 i a journal times photo v stamp \ a Jyi go i clubs give Corsage tips the Racine Garden Junior ettes and the Green thumb club Are making these types of corsages for a convention of the National Council of state Garden clubs on june 4 to 8 at the Pfister hotel in Milwaukee. The Junior ettes Are girls in the la to 15 year age group. Mrs. D. E. Buchta Leader of the Junior ettes said the girls made the corsages in the top picture at left with the use of Squash seeds. After the seeds were dried they were put in food colouring. Commercial Dye also has been used. Each seed was covered with transparent wrap to give a shiny appearance. Five of these seeds Are put together with a Stamen in the Center to form the Violet. Five of these Flowers Are wired with a Cluster of leaves to form the Corsage. The Rose corsages in the photo above Are made of Cut Pine Cones. The Cones Are wrapped with scraps of Nylon hosiery wired and taped. Arbor Vitae foliage is fastened to the Cones and velour bows Complete the Corsage. Mrs. Dallas Toft president of the Green thumb group said the corsages were designed As representative of Wisconsin in the 50-state display. Roses at left May be made with Satin or velour ribbon. Dominican announces summer arts projects two projects in the creative and performing arts will be held this summer at the Breakers student Union at dominican College. They Are an a explore shop a june 12-24, and a a theater under the stars a july 1-30. The Breakers a former supper club which was damaged by fire last year is in the final stages of remodelling. The explore shop will be a workshop designed for individuals to a of explore the arts of music dance acting and puppetry. It will enrol teachers parents youth leaders playground supervisors student teachers and children Ages 5 to to. An additional class May be opened for older sub teens if enough apply. Each member will sign up for three specific areas in Art puppetry nature study creative writing creative dance or dramatics. Before classes a general Assembly will be held each morn ing with programs presented by participants. In this Way All members will be exposed to the various arts. Sessions will last from 9 . To 12 of clock noon each Day. Transportation Library facilities and dominican College exhibits All will be made available to explore shop members. Pre registration assemblies for participants and parents will be held at 7 30 pm. Friday june 9, and at to . On saturday june to at the dominican College Breakers. 2d Racine sunday bulletin sunday May 14, 1967 participants May attend either Assembly. Sister m. Honora managing director of the a theatre under the stars program said the project will train persons 16 and older in acting dance movement interpretation technical design and outdoor theatre management. Classes will be held three hours each weekday and there also will be three hours daily of rehearsals or stagecraft. Members will stage four full productions for Public and also participate in the Uplands Art festival at Spring Green and take trips to the Melody top in Milwaukee and Ravinia Park 111. Registrations and orientation will be held june 29-30. Sister Honora said some scholarships will be available. Eligible students May earn College credit for both the explore shop and the theatre under the stars. Carroll choir to perform in Racine forty two members of the Carroll College choir of Waukesha will present six concerts in five states during a Post graduation tour May 22 to 28. It will include a program in Racine at first presbyterian Church 7 30 ., May 22. Or. Cardon v. Burnham chairman of the Carroll music department will direct the program which will be open to the Public and Sung a Cappella. The program will Range from a Bach Motet to a contemporary composition by or. Burnham and spirituals sea chanters and Folk tunes. Two Racine area students in the choir Are Ellen Ihrman Alto 1800 Wisconsin St., and Glenn Blum Tenor Burlington. Social psychological aspects Ronald Edwards Susanne Hansen of clothing to be forum topic Are married in Union Grove Church reservations for a five Day with talks by Louise Young textile and clothing forum be professor and specialist in ginning june 19th at the uni family economics and Jose varsity of Wisconsin can be Phine Staab professor of the made now according to Emma department of Home manage Jordre department chairman ment and family living. The session to be held at the the final Day of the forum will Wisconsin Center will focus at Fea ure Bernadine Peterson. As Tention on the social psycho logic. Cal and economic assets of is ant pm Fessor of he my eco clothing comics education and Exten key noting the forum monday on. Giving new ideas in teach afternoon will be Glenn Pound. Clothing classes. Dean of the College of Agricula t fo1 unset a write Ture Rita Youmans associate if a. Eorurr1, Dean of the school of Home of University of Wisconsin economics and Kathryn Cia Quot a a Al he me s Senbach. Education for women Madison 53.06. From the University of wisc on 81 tuesday sessions will open torturing tile with a discussion on a textile assures Quality design from persian to Modem a by Helen Allen professor the . A society for of related Art. Mrs. Joan Sev the prevention of cruelty to Era. Curator of decorative arts inert things a May be outrage state historical society of wised but the torture tests that Consin will also speak that Ceramic tile certified by the tile Day. Council of America must in wednesday Mary Ellen Dergo assure a Quality Roach associate professor of product. Textiles and clothing and certified tile must survive Lenore Landry associate steam pressure of too pounds professor and textile and cloth per Square Inch withstand Sud ing Extension specialist will Den applications of intense heat speak on understanding adores resist abrasive wheels and in cent dress. Thursday to program Dure More measuring than a w ill emphasize the consumer Beauty contest Winner. Subt detailing in a contemporary Pend from Framburg Ronald Alan Edwards claimed Susanne Charlene Hansen As his Bride during a 7 Ceremony at Union Grove congregational Church on May 6. The Rev. A. B. Drummond officiated. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Peter h. Hansen of 1406 High St., Union Grove. Parents of the bridegroom Are or. And mrs. Ethan Alan Edwards of 1414 Center St., Union Grove. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Gold and Onyx brooch worn by her great great grandmother great grandmother grandmother and Mother As the something old for her bridal ensemble. Her Empire a line gown featured an Klencon lace fitted bodice and sleeves embroidered with sequins and pearls. The Side panels of her detachable lace and net Chapel length train were also embroidered with pearls and sequins. The neckline and train was edged with scallops. Her three tiered fingertip wed was attached to a sequin Petal Crown Headpiece. She carried a White Bible with a bouquet of Lily of the Valley and forget me not around a White Orchid. Karen Boelter was maid of Honor. She wore a floor length gown of Starlet Blue crepe with a fitted bodice of lace featuring a Sabrina neckline and Short sleeves Topping a slim skirt. A Cluster of English net Flowers and Lily of the Valley held her bouffant veiling. Bridesmaids Martha Edwards sister of the bridegroom and Jeanne Lund wore similar gowns Only in Cornflower Blue. Geor Gene Hansen sister of the Bride was Flower girl. Her attire was similar to that of the maid of Honor. The aides carried cascades of White carnations and better times roses. James Paul Hansen brother of the Bride was Best Man. A Sterelczyk photo mrs. Ronald Edwards Susanne Hansen groomsmen were David Lou Hansen brother of the Bride and Donald Wentland. Glenn Aschauer and Vernon Baumgart seated wedding guests. The Bride s Mother selected an imported Blue lace Sheath with a Matching coat for her daughter to wedding. She wore White accessories and a Corsage of cym Idini orchids. The bridegroom to Mother was attired in a Turquoise three piece suit with White accessories. She also wore a Corsage of comb idiom orchids. Following a reception at the Waterford bowl Hall for several Hundred guests the newlyweds left on a wedding trip through Northern Wisconsin. The Bride is a mail Carrier for the Union Grove Post office and the bridegroom is a Foreman for Wisconsin rubber products co. Inc., Union Grove. The couple will make their Home in Union Grove. No. 5620, Only $37 ribbed optic outer Glass and prismatic Crystal inner Cylinder. Ideal for foyer living or family room. Sparkling elegance in smoke or Amber. Further versatility it offered in get Ute of a smaller Matching Pendant suitable for any room in the Home. They can also be Mode into swag lights. Air conditioned fur storage a Nicholson photo mrs. Thomas Uminski Carol Ann Derango Carol Derango is Bride of t. G. Uminski the Rev. Stephen v. Labaj officiated at the wedding ceremony in holy Trinity Catholic Church saturday. April 22. When Carol Ann Derango. Daughter of or. And mrs. Albert Daniel Derango or. 3204 Pritchard ave., became the Bride of Thomas George Uminski. The bridegroom is the son of or. And mrs. Vernal Uminski of 1s43 Jerme blvd. The Bride who was Given in marriage by her father appeared in a gown of White organza Over taffeta with fitted bodice of Klencon lace and billowing skirt appliqued with lace and a Chapel train. Her veil was fastened to a double Crown of lace with jewel trim. She earned a dutch colonial bouquet of White daisies around rosebuds. The maid of Honor Irene Skvarca. In Green and bridesmaids mrs. William Uminski in Pink and Carol Mckloskey in Blue wore gowns of Nylon sheer styled with High scoop neckline and Bell sleeves. They carried dutch colonial bouquets of Pink and Blue daisies and wore Matching hair braid Roe plateau hats with Short veils. William Uminski the bridegroom to brother was Best Man. Another brother James Uminski and the Bride to brother Kenneth Derango were groomsmen. Ushers were Donald Carpenter and Patrick Foley. The Mother of the Bride chose a three piece Rose suit with White accessories. Pink roses and White carnations were combined in her Corsage. The bridegroom to Mother wore an Aqua coat dress with Bone accessories and a yellow and White Rose and Carnation Corsage. After a Short wedding trip or. And mrs. Uminski Are residing at 2420 Northwestern ave. The bridegroom is employed at the Wax Dale Plant of . Johnson amp son inc. Several pre nuptial showers were held for Brigitta Maria Mueller prior to her marriage saturday to Robert Sura. The first was a Surprise dinner Shower Given by mrs. Harold Bingham 148 Sheridan Road Kenosha. It was a Kitchen utensil Shower. The second held by the Green thumb Garden club was a miscellaneous Shower at the Home of mrs. Robert Clauer. A Surprise miscellaneous Shower was Given by the bridegroom to Sisters Lorrie Sura and mrs. Benjamin Brown at the bridegroom to Home. 1228 English St. A Linen Shower was held by Cathy Ewens 2327 St. Clair St. A dinner at the Racine country club was Given by mrs. Ruth Kames Augustine. Co workers from color arts honoured the former Patricia Dunk at a miscellaneous Shower prior to her marriage to Joseph t. Bellovary on May 6. A Linen and personal Shower was held at the Home of mrs. Gerald Bellovary 2063 Erie St., with mrs. Paul Bauer mrs. John Boticki and mrs. Bellovary As co hostesses. Or. And mrs. Joseph Bellovary were hosts at the wedding rehearsal dinner. A Bachelor party honouring the bridegroom was Given by John Boticki and Gerald Bellovary at 2037 n. Green Bay Road. A miscellaneous Shower Given by mrs. Mem Uminski honoured the former Carol Derango. Who became the Bride of Thomas Uminski recently. The Shower was held at the Home of the bridegroom to grandmother mrs. George Foley. Another miscellaneous Shower was Given by mrs. Harry Willis the Bride to grandmother and Carol Mckloskey and Irene Skvarca at the Bride s Home. A pantry Shower was Given by the women of the Kurten medical group office at the Home of mrs. Frank Charewicz. Pre wedding parties were held in Honor of the former Lois Denhartigh who became the Bride of Paul a. Brown. Mrs. Paul Jessen entertained for her in Kenosha and friends held a personal Shower for the Bride at the Hub restaurant. A rehearsal dinner was also held at the Hub Given by the parents of the bridegroom or and mrs. Harold w. Brown. A Bachelor party honouring the bridegroom had William a. Tigges or. As the Host at hotel Nelson. A housewarming party for a former resident mrs. Carolyn Johnson of Orlando fla., who recently returned to Racine marked the 45th anniversary of a club which she rejoined. The Quot bunco club was started in May 1922, with to members three of whom Are currently part of the group. They Are mrs. Emma Connors mrs. Eunice Chapek and mrs. Gladys Crossett. The of Tyr members Are Mes. Lois Wright Louise Scheller Clara Chapek Peggy Peterson. Florence Helm Emily Neilsen and Carolyn Johnson. The members count 29 children and 71 grandchildren among their dependents. Mrs. Richard Bertelsen. The former Kathy Stemmer was recently honoured with a pantry Shower Given by mrs. Thomas Frisco at the eagles club before her marriage saturday. A miscellaneous party also was Given in her honer by mrs. Raymond Bertelsen Elaine Bertelsen and Diane Bertelsen at 1417 Buchanan St. Office co workers of Howard industries honoured her with a luncheon at the Grotto. Mrs. Michael Bernhardt the former Doris Messerschmidt. Was guest of Honor at a miscellaneous Shower Given by Sisters of the bridegroom Kathleen Bernhardt and mrs. Martin Baran at the Home of the bridegroom to Mother. Mrs. Richard Bernhardt. A prenuptial Shower was also Given by mrs. Ronald Messerschmidt and Barbara Swantz at the Home of mrs. Messerschmidt in Sturtevant. Two grandmothers of the former Sandra Anne Mielke entertained at a Kitchen Shower for her at the eagles club prior to her May 6 marriage to Elmer Duveneck. Mrs. Anthony Marsch and mrs. Carl Mielke. And an aunt mrs. Norman Mielke were the hostesses for 60 guests. A miscellaneous Shower also honoured the Bride Given at the Home of miss Virginia Rasmussen with miss Rasmussen. Mrs. Allan Jung and miss Linda Jarstad As hostesses. Susan Guttenberg daughter of or. And mrs. E. F. Guttenberg. 2021 Fairview St., is one of 27 St. Norbert College coeds initiated into Alpha Omicron i National social sorority. She is a freshman Art major. A photo mrs. Thomas Kiesler Joan Kemp Kiesler Kempf vows said in Paris township Joan Marie Kempf. Daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Kempf. Route 2. Box 612, Kenosha and Thomas Michael Kiesler were married May 6 at 2 The Rev. F. C. Labuwi officiated at the ceremony held in St. John to Catholic Church in pans township. The Bride who attended Wisconsin state University White water was employed by a Milwaukee radio station. The bridegroom son of or. And mrs. Joseph Kiesler route 2, Box 75. Union Grove attended the University of Wisconsin Racine and is employed by s. C. Johnson amp son inc. An evening reception for several Hundred guests was held at the Bristol Oaks country club after which the couple left for Northern Wisconsin. They will reside in Racine. Given in marriage by her father the Bride wore a Princess gown of pure silk organza with Empire bodice Bateau neckline Long sleeves and a line skirt. Chantilly lace encircled the Waistline and skirt and trimmed the Watteau train. A shoulder length veil was caught to a silk organza Floral Headpiece. She carried a formal Cascade of miniature White carnations. Maid of Honor was Carol Kempf with mrs. Ronald Perri and Beverly Dassel As bridesmaids. They were attired in Aqua Linen Princess gowns with Short sleeves and Bateau necklines. The Yoke bodice was spanned by a contrasting Flower Spray with Green velvet streamers. On their Heads were Green velvet bows with Aqua illusion veiling. James Kiesler was Best Man with Marvin Drissel and Frank Kempf groomsmen and Gregory Kiesler and Donald Kempf Ushers. 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A special Price on Oil portraits painted by our professional portraitist in Paris. Ion x 12�?� Only $29.95. And for Only $2.50 we will clean and restore your old Oil paintings. Hundreds of new and unusual gifts arrived from Europe a Ideal for weddings graduation father to Day and other gift occasions coming up. Sale continues through saturday May 20th. During this important Sale we will be open daily from to . To 9 ., and saturday to 5 30 We appreciate your patronage

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