BioM: Olson, Dorothy (1939)
----Source: Olson Family Album
Wearing the wedding veil worn by her mother 35 years ago, Miss Dorthy Olson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Olson, Colby, exchanged marriage vows with Benedict Fitzel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Wucherpfenning, Colby, at a ceremony perfomed Wednesday afternoon in Zion Lutheran Church at Colby. The Rev.O. A. Hoffman rad the sevices at 4 O'clock. The same wedding veil had been worn by the bride's sister, Mrs. Elmer Schmidt, Marshfield, at her wedding nine years ago.
White taffeta, designed with a full skirt and long train, was worn by the bride, who carried a bouguet of lilies and pompons.
Mrs. Elmer Schmidt, matron of honor, was attired in yellow net with a headband and face veil to match. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Byron Olson and Miss Helen Yost, were attired in net dresses, in aqua and blue, respectively, and wore face veils and headbands to match their frocks. All three wore corsages of pompons.
Mr. Fitzel was attended by Elmer Schmidt, Byron Olson, and Wayne Olson.
Garden flowers and streamers of white, yellow, aqua, and blue decorated the Olson home in the Town of Hull for the reception and wedding supper after the ceremony. Seventy-five guests were present, including the following from out of town:
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hartley, Russell Point, Ohio; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Reil and son, Oshkosh; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Feldbrugge and Frank Tuttle, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Podallus, Iola; Ed Tuttle, Bill Wisler, and Mrs. Ludwig Johnson and grandaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Oluf Olson, Superior; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Holt, Neillsville.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carter and Mr. and Mrs. Nick Grimes, Owen; Mike Olson and sons, Donald and Roman, and daughters, Dorothy and Kathleen, Hilbert; Mrs. C.B. Van Gordon, Mrs. Harold Van Gordon, and Mrs. Mahlon Nordahl, all of Alma Center; Mrs. Louisa Fisher, Black River Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tuttle, Mrshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Schwarze, Greenwood; Mr. and Mrs. Norbet Van Rooy, Abbotsford; and Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Tuttle, Madison.
Mr. Fitzel and his bride will make their home in the Town of Frankfort, Marathon County, where the bridegroom is engaged in farming.
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