BioM: Laber, Carol
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Laber, Rollins, Baraona, Grassman, Munkholm, Schmidt, Mahoney, Nelson
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/31/1968
Laber, Carol Louise (Marriage - 26 October 1968)
Miss Carol Louise Laber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Laber of Neillsville, exchanged vows Saturday in a 12 noon nuptial mass in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, with Jerry Lee Rollins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rollins, of Chili. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. George Nelson, before a communion rail graced with two bouquets of fall flowers.
Mr. Laber gave his daughter in marriage. For her wedding, the bride chose a white floor-length cage gown of peau de soie fashioned with a Bateau neckline of lace. Lace appliqués enhanced the skirt. A lace-edged Watteau train was attached at the shoulders. Her bouffant illusion veil was secured to a petal cluster of peau de soie and lace, highlighted by pearls and aurora borealis crystals. She carried a bouquet of bascara roses.
Mrs. Kathy Baraona of Cleveland, O., was her matron-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bonnie Rollins of Chili, and Carol Grassman. They were attired in floor length A-line dresses of bright apricot, trimmed with beige lace. Each carried a bouquet of bronze pompon chrysanthemums.
The groom’s attendants were Verlyn Rollins of Chili as bestman; Terry Laber of Madison and Jerry Grassman of Madison, groomsmen. Ushers were Fritz Munkholm of Neillsville and Gary Schmidt of Chili.
Dawn Mahoney of Chili served as flowergirl. Ringbearer was Ricky Laber of St. Paul, Minn.
The bride, a graduate of the medical Institute in Minnesota, is employed as a medical technician. Mr. Rollins, a graduate of Loyal High School, is employed in a manufacturing plant in Marshfield.
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