BioM: Johnson, Altine J. (1946)
Surnames: Johnson, Boardman. Julsrud, Hess, Olson, Krueger, Onsgard, Papierniak
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 07/04/1946
Johnson, Altine J. (22 JUN 1946)
A pretty wedding was solemnized on Saturday, June 22, 1946, at 2:30 p.m. when Miss Altine Jeanette Johnson, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Johnson of Houston, Minn., became the bride of William O. Boardman, son of Mr. and Mrs. M.C. Boardman of Thorp, Clark Co., Wis., at the Houston Lutheran Church, Rev. O.A. Anderson performed the double ring ceremony in a setting of beautiful flowers and before a large gathering of friends and relatives.
Miss Ingrid Julsrud played the traditional wedding music at the organ and Miss Rosemary Olson of Northfield, Minn., sang several numbers.
The bride entered the church with her father. Her gown was of imported white marquisette made with sweetheart neckline and full train and long flowing veil of net was held in place by a crown of lilies of the valley and small bunches of the lilies were gathered in ruffles at the bottom. Her bouquet was made up of white roses and lilies of the valley.
The maid of honor, Miss Rosalind Hess from Wauwatosa, Wis., was dressed in a pale green gown of net made colonial style. The bridesmaid, Miss Melva Krueger of Milwaukee, wore a dress of deep yellow, while the junior bridesmaids, Miss Cora Boardman, sister of the groom, and Miss Anita Johnson of Houston, wore pink net all made colonial style. They carried colonial bouquets of gladioli and wore matching headbands. The flower girl, little Bette Jeanee Onsgard, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. Kenneth Onsgard of Houston, Minn., wore a lovely blue dress made similar to the bridesmaids and carried a small bouquet of rose petals.
The mother of the bride was dressed in dark blue sheer while the groom’s mother was gowned in a dark blue and white voile dress. Both wore shoulder bouquets of roses.
The groom was attended by Theo. Papierniak of Thorp, as best man, while Donald Boardman, a brother, acted as groomsman. Ushers were Roger Boardman, a brother, and Charles Owen Johnson of Houston.
The color scheme in the dining room was pink and white with large white wedding bells over each table and baskets and vases of garden flowers used profusely. Dinner was served at noon to the out of town guests and immediate family and a reception followed the ceremony. Those who assisted at the tables Mmes. Claude Redding, Vincent Poppe, Russell Forsyth, Henry Loken, Leonard Tracy and Miss Florence George.
Mrs. Boardman is a popular and well known young lady of Houston. She was graduated from the local high school and later attended Milwaukee State Teachers College, after which she has been employed in that city.
Mr. Boardman is a graduate of the Thorp High School and served three and a half years in the U.S. Marine Corps. He is employed as foreman at the Blue Moon Foods, Inc., at Thorp, where the young couple will make their home.
Mr. and Mrs. Boardman are spending their honeymoon at Lake Geneva, Wis.
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