BioM: Hayes, Carol M. (1955)
Surnames: Hayes, Steinke, Mazak, Wanta, Kaemlein, Ebert, Sobczak, Oestreich, Mews, Gierl, Heise
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark County, Wis.) 11/24/1955
Hayes, Carol M. (Marriage - 12 Nov. 1955)
Miss Carol M. Hayes of Milwaukee and Dale R. Steinke of Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Steinke of Colby, Wisconsin were united in marriage Saturday, Nov. 12, at 6:30 P.M., in a candlelight service in St. John’s Lutheran church at Milwaukee with Rev. Stephen Mazak officiating. A reception for 300 guests followed at Pulaski hall.
The bride was attired in a gown with rosepoint cord lace bodice and satin skirt and train. The dress was detailed with a tucked satin cummerbund and satin bustle effect. A lace panel was centered in the train. Her lace-edged tulle headpiece was encrusted with pearls and rhinestones. She also wore a fingertip illusion veil and carried a white cascade bouquet.
The honor aide chose a light blue frock with an underlay of darker blue. The lace bodice of the gown featured a pointed neckline. Miss Barbara Wanta of Cudahy was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids wore identical frocks of American Beauty. They were Misses Carol Kaemlein of Milwaukee and Karen Ebert, cousin of the bride, of Watertown. Their headpieces were of lace, tulle and colored beading. They carried yellow roses.
White tulle and lace frocks with an underlay of pale pink were worn by the flower girls, Kristine Sobczak, niece of the bride, and Susan Oestreich, both of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. The skirts were detailed with pink and white flowers. They also wore lace bonnets and carried puffs decorated with flowers.
Marvin Mews of Milwaukee was best man. Peter Gierl of Colby and Dennis Heise of Cudahy, cousin of the groom, completed the wedding party.
The couple made a wedding trip in the south and Northern Wisconsin and are now at home at 118 W. Crawford Ave., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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