Dorothy #2 (1941)
Surnames: Luck, Preller, Pfeiffer, Bauer, Johnson, Jensen, Blum, Balow, Kint, Kiester, Rasmussen, Haase, Franz, Gordee, Leland, Fredrickson
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wisconsin) 03/13/1941
Luck, Dorothy (Marriage - 10 Mar. 1941)
Miss Dorothy Luck became the bride of Robert Preller of Greenwood at an eleven o’clock cerermony Monday, March 10, at the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Balow, Abbotsford, Wis. The Rev. E.G. Pfeiffer, Greenwood, read the double ring service in the presence of about fifty relatives and friends.
The bride, who is the daughter of Mrs. Helen Luck, Brooklyn, N.Y., chose a street length gown of royal blue velvet for her marriage. A wreath of blue and white flowers held her fingertip illusion veil of white. Dark blue accessories and a corsage of mixed sweet peas completed her ensemble.
Miss Edna Preller, sister of the groom, and Frank Bauer, Milwaukee, and Miss Lillian Johnson, Owen, and Elmer Jensen, Dorchester, acted as attendants to the bridal couple.
Miss Preller wore a frock of rose crepe, matching hat and veil. Miss Johnson wore a navy blue redingote of crepe sheer with blue velvet hat and veil. Both of the bride’s attendants had black accessories and wore a corsage of pink carnations.
Lohengrin’s wedding march was played as a processional by Miss Violet Johnson, Owen. During the ceremony, Miss Johnson, in a gown of black silk crepe with a shell pink lace bodice, sang "At Dawning" and "I Love You Truly."
Miss Lois Blum, Owen, who wore a frock of wood brown satin, sang "Great is Thy Faithfulness."
Miss Dorothy Marking, Owen, who chose a gown of wine colored silk, was accompanist to the soloists.
This group wore pink carnations in their hair.
Mrs. Balow, aunt of the bride, wore a black and white shark skin ensemble; Mrs. Preller, mother of the groom, a blue and white silk print afternoon dress. Both wore corsages of gladioli, lilies and snapdragons.
For the wedding ceremony and reception, the home was decorated with twisted blue and white streamers fastened with white wedding bells. Baskets of gladioli were placed in an arched alcove where the marriage vows were exchanged. A decorated tiered cake formed the centerpiece of the bridal table.
In the afternoon the bride and groom and the other members of the bridal party visited his grandmother, Mrs. Preller, who was unable to attend the wedding, at her farm home near Greenwood.
Among those who attended the reception were: Mr. and Mrs. Albert Preller, children, Dick and Ann, Abbotsford; Miss Erna Preller and Frank Bauer, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kint and son, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kiester, Raymond Rasmussen and family, Mrs. Herman Haase, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Franz and son, Calvin Gordee, the Rev. and Mrs. E. G. Pfeiffer, all of Greenwood; Norbert Leland and Miss Mildred Fredrickson, *** Note: The remainder of this article was missing.
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