BioM: Studinger, Cleo (1953)
Surnames: Studinger, Nikolay, Reuter, Carlson, Ambrose
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 10/15/1953
Studinger, Cleo (Marriage - 10 Oct.
Mr. and Mrs. James Nikolay will reside in
Abbotsford when they return from a week’s wedding trip. Their
marriage took place Saturday morning at 8:00 o’clock at Holy
Rosary Catholic church, Medford, with Msgr. Gregory Reuter
Miss Cleo Studinger, daughter of Mrs. Mae
Studinger, of Medford, was given in marriage by her brother, Larry
Studinger, of Paducah, Kentucky, to James Nikolay, son of Mrs. Anna
Nikolay, of Abbotsford.
For the ceremony, the bride chose a gown
of white satin and Chantilly lace. She wore a finger tip veil and
carried a bride’s prayer book on which was place a single
orchid. At the offertory of the mass, while the "Ave Maria" was
being sung, the bride placed a special bouquet of white
chrysanthemums and baby mums at the statue of the Blessed
Attending the bride, as matron of honor,
was her sister, Mrs. Walter Ambrose, of Thorp. Miss Anne Nikolay,
sister of the groom, and Miss Ruth Carlson, a friend of the bride,
of Juneau, were bridesmaids. Their frocks were made alike with full
skirts of net over satin, velvet strapless bodices with velvet
boleros. They wore rust-colored baby mums in their hair and carried
bouquets of rust colored pompons. Mrs. Ambrose wore a gold colored
formal and the bridesmaids wore forest green.
The mother of the bride wore a wine dress
with black accessories and the mother of the groom wore a blue
suit, with blue accessories. Each had a corsage of yellow roses and
Attending the groom as best man was his
brother, Frank Nikolay. Dick Studinger, brother of the bride, of
Appleton, and George Nikolay, another brother of the groom, were
After the ceremony, a wedding breakfast
was served at the home of the bride’s mother. Dinner for the
immediate families, was served at Red and Rose’s, after which
a reception was held at the American Legion hall.
Guests were from Kentucky, Milwaukee,
Marshfield, Clintonville, Stratford, Madison, Rozellville, Thorp,
Medford, and Abbotsford.
Mr. Nikolay is employed at Abbotsford in the post office, and the new Mrs. Nikolay is employed in the offices of the Hurd Mill, at Medford.
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