BioM: Hasenohrl, Lois (1962)
Surnames: Hasenohrl, Retzer, Heffron, Ewert, Wrbanek, Kircyczyk
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 05/03/1962
Hasenohrl, Lois (Marriage - 26 Apr. 1962)
Miss Lois Hasenohrl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hasenohrl of Colby, Route 2, and Leo Retzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M. Retzer of Milwaukee, exchanged marriage vows in St. John’s Cathedral in Milwaukee Saturday, April 26, 1962, Father William Heffron officiating at the marriage ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride was attired in a white chantilly lace gown, long sleeves, scalloped necklined bodice, skirt of bouffant lace over satin, front of skirt made up of layers of lace and net. Her train was caught up into a bussel effect after the ceremony. Her bouquet consisted of a white orchid surrounded by Amazon Hiles trimmed with ivy.
The bride was attended by her sister, Marceline Hasenohrl as maid of honor, another sister, Roseleen Ewert, Suzanne Retzerm a future sister-in-law, and Darlene Wrbanek. They wore identical dresses of Heartbeat blue spring satin, cap-sleeved, rounded neckline, street length sheathes with bouffant overskirt. Their bouquets consisted of red garnets surrounded by white carnation trimmed with ivy.
The bride’s mother wore a dress of coffee tan with orange accessories and the groom’s mother wore a navy dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of pink orchid (ivy).
The groom was attended by his brother, Ronald Retzer as best man, Tom Kircyczyk, Roderick Ewert and Anthony Retzer. Nieces, Debra and Michelle Ewert, served as flower bearers.
A one o’clock dinner was served 100 guests at the Pilgrim Club where a dance and buffet lunch was held for 300 guests.
After a wedding trip to the World’s Fair at Seattle Wash., the couple will reside at 7504 Grantess Drive.
The groom operates a D-X service station at Fond du Lac.
Relatives and guests were from Michiga, Ohio, Illinois and Wisconsin.
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