BioM: Wilson, Dorothy Ann (1953)
Surnames: Wilson, Hawks, Sprengler, Kieser, Koerner, Lewis
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 05/28/1953
Wilson, Dorothy Ann (Marriage - 23 May
Beneath an archway of apple blossoms on
the lawn of the home, Miss Dorothy Ann Wilson exchanged marriage
vows with Alby Dean Hawks, Saturday afternoon. The Rev. F. H.
Sprengler read the double ring ceremony at 1:30
During the ceremony, the Misses Dorothy
and Marilyn Kieser sang "O Perfect Love," and "The Lord Is My
For the occasion, the bride and her two
attendants wore suits alike of linen, and white hats. The bride
chose a white suit, accented by a corsage of red roses. Miss Norma
Jean Wilson, sister of the bride, the maid of honor, wore a yellow
suit and Miss Shirley Arlene Hawks, sister of the groom, the
bridesmaid, wore an aqua suit. Their corsages were of pink and
Donald Koerner, Dorchester, a friend of
the groom, was best man and Daniel H. Lewis, Spencer, a cousin of
the groom, was usher.
Immediately after the ceremony, a
reception was held at the home and was attended by guests from
Chicago, Waukegan, and Highland Park, Ill., Calumet City and
Allouex, Mich., and Fond du Lac, Spencer, Abbotsford, Owen, Thorp,
Curtiss, Withee, Bruce, and Dorchester.
When Mr. and Mrs. Hawks return from a
wedding trip, they will be at home in the upstairs apartment at the
home of his grand mother, Mrs. Myra Hawks, on Highway 13.
Both the bride and groom are graduates of
the Abbotsford high school and the groom is also a graduate of the
Taylor County Normal. He will be principal at the Curtiss State
Graded School and the bride is employed at the Curtiss State
The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lily M. Wilson, Abbotsford, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hawks, of Curtiss.
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