BioM: Daenicke, Elaine #3 (1950)
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Surnames: Daenicke, Johnson, Sprengler, Ringquist, Kieser, Hulse, Budde

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 05/11/1950

Daenicke, Elaine (Marriage - 6 May 1950)

Miss Elaine Daenicke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Daenicke, was given in marriage by her father, to Raymond Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Budde, of Colby, Saturday afternoon, May 6. The double ring ceremony was read in Christ Lutheran church at 2:30 by the Rev. F. H. Sprengler.

The bride wore an entrained gown of white nylon marquisette, designed with a tight bodice, sleeves that came to points over the wrists and lace inserts in the skirt and train. Her finger tip veil fell from a beaded tiara. She wore a three strand pearl necklace and pearl earrings. She carried a large bouquet of calla lilies and red roses.

Attending as matron of honor was Mrs. Donald Daenicke, sister-in-law of the bride, who wore a frock of pink marquisette styled with an overskirt.

Mrs. Lloyd Ringquist aunt of the groom, Spencer, as bride’s maid, wore a mist green taffeta. Both attendants wore natural white and matching carnations and short veils as head dresses, pearl necklaces and carried bouquets of spring flowers.

Miss Beverly Daenicke, sister of the bride, was junior bridesmaid. Her frock, styled like that of the matron of honor, was of orchid organdy with which she wore a corsage of pink and white carnations. She wore orchid and white carnations in her hair.

Miss Shirley Daenicke, another sister of the bride, had a yellow organdy dress fashioned with a tight bodice with pleated ruffles around the yoke, and a full skirt. She wore a yellow ribbon in her hair and carried a nosegay bouquet of mixed flowers.

Attending the groom were Donald Daenicke, as best man, and Lloyd Ringquist. Donald Kieser and Donald Hulse, both of Abbotsford, ushered.

The bride’s mother chose a dress of navy blue and wore a corsage of pink and white carnations with blue Dutch iris. Mrs. Budde’s dress of black was accented by a corsage of pink and white carnations, combined with yellow iris.

Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents. Supper was served to about 65 guests from Milwaukee, Spencer, Unity, Colby, Dorchester, Athens, and Abbotsford, Wis. In the evening a wedding dance was held at Walter’s pavilion at Colby, Wis.

Mr. and Mrs. Johnson are making their home in Abbotsford where they are both employed, the at the Home Bakery and the groom at the Marathon-Clark Cooperative Dairy Association.

 

 


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