BioM: Schultz, Mable #2 (1955)
Surnames: Schultz, Mielke, Saremba, Witzke, Krause, Luepke
----Source: Marathon County Register (Unity, Clark County, Wis.) 06/10/1955
Schultz, Mable (Marriage - 28 May 1955)
Mrs. Ernest Krause sang "O Perfect Love" at the wedding of her sister, Miss Mable Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schultz, route 1, Spencer, and Hugo Mielke, route 1, Colby, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Witzke, route 1, Edgar.
The nuptials at which the Rev. August Saremba officiated took place Saturday afternoon, May 28 at 2 o’clock at St. John’s Lutheran Church. Organist for the double-ring ceremony was Mrs. Saremba who also joined Mrs. Krause for a duet, "Bless Our Vows."
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mielke of Edgar, brother and sister-in-law of the groom, were best man and matron of honor, respectively. Mrs. Mielke wore a gown of yellow net trimmed with tiny ribbons of petals down the bodice. A cover up jacket was worn over the strapless top and her headpiece also matched her ensemble. Spring flowers fashioned her colonial bouquet.
Carrying the same kind of flowers with the same style dress only in blue was the bridesmaid, Miss Eunice Schultz of Spencer, a sister of the bride. Elroy Luepke, Spencer was the groomsman. The ushers were Ernest Krause, Spencer and Carl Mielke, brother-in-law of the bride and brother of the groom, respectively.
Baskets of mixed spring flowers were carried by the two little flower girls, Sandra and Barbara Schultz, Wisconsin Rapids, nieces of the bride, who donned white taffeta and net frocks.
A floor-length gown of nylon tulle over bridal satin was worn by the bride. Hand clipped lace cascaded from the bodice down the bouffant skirt and was repeated on the bodice, sleeves, and Peter Pan collar. Fastened to the tiara of seed pearls and bugle beads was the finger-tip veil of sheer imported illusion net with hand-rolled edge. The bridal bouquet consisted of yellow roses and white gladiolas.
Baskets of mixed spring flowers were carried by the two little flower girls, Sandra and Barbara Schultz of Wisconsin Rapids, nieces of the bride, who donned white taffeta and net frocks. Corsages of white carnations and red rosebuds were secured for both the bride’s mother, who wore black, and the groom’s mother, who was at the nuptials in turquoise.
The reception was held at the bride’s home and the 4:30 p.m. supper was served to approximately 200 guests in the church parlors.
Wedding guests were present from Spencer, Unity, Colby, Edgar, Wisconsin Rapids, Marshfield, Laona, Milwaukee, Pittsville, Granton, Reedsburg, Stratford, Wausau, and Chicago and River Forest, Ill.
Mrs. Mielke, a graduate of Unity High School, was employed in the office of the Central Cheese Co. in Marshfield before her marriage.
The young couple will live on the groom’s farm on route 1, Colby, Wis.
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