BioM: Friedl, Janet Ann (1965)
Surnames: Friedl, Misener, Lang, Treankler
----Source: Wisconsin State Journal (Madison, Dane County, Wis.) Sunday, 27 June 1965
Friedl, Janet Ann (Marriage - 26 June 1965)
Miss Janet Ann Friedl became the bride of Wayne Raymond Misener, 4908 Allis ave., Saturday noon at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church.
Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Friedl, 2206 Keyes ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Misener, Abbotsford, Wis.
The bride’s lace trimmed gown of white organza over taffeta had a chapel train. Her tiered veil was held by a cluster of satin roses. She carried white roses.
Miss Antoinette Joan Friedl was her sister's, maid of honor, and Miss Jane Lang, Madison, bridesmaid. They wore floor length empire gowns of aqua organza, trimmed with Schiffli emroidery, and headdresses. They carried glamellias.
Terry A. Treankler, Abbotsford, was flower girl.
Robert A. Misener, Abbotsford, was best man; Kenneth J. Misener, Abbotsford, groomsman; and Robert R. Friedl, Madison, and Kenneth J. Misener, Rib Lake, ushers.
A luncheon and reception took place at the Cuba club.
After a trip to northern Wisconsin, the newlyweds will live at 908 Allis ave. The bride is employed by the Madison police department. Her husband is a Madison police patrolman.
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