BioM: Scheel, Wanda #2 (1955)
Hainzlsperger, Hebert, Burney, Samson, Zink, Knuf, Van
Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 01/20/1955
Scheel, Wanda (Marriage -
17 Jan. 1955)
The double ring ceremony
was used at the wedding of Miss Wanda Scheel and Robert Hebert,
Monday. The Rev. Thomas Burney read the service at 10:00
o’clock in the First Presbyterian church at Abbotsford. Mrs.
J. F. Samson provided the nuptial music.
Parents of the bridal
couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Scheel, of Abbotsford, and Mr. and
Mrs. Leo A. Hebert, of Unity.
Given in marriage by her
father, the bride wore a ballerina length gown of white net with a
very full skirt. A pointed collar detailed the sleeveless lace
jacket, worn over a strapless bodice. Seed pearls formed the heart
shaped crown which secured her finger tip veil. Red roses, white
pompons and stephanotis were combined in her colonial bouquet.
Attending her was her
sister, Mrs. LeRoy Hainzlsperger, of Superior, as maid of honor,
and her friend, Miss Sandra Zink, of Abbotsford, as bridesmaid.
Their ballerina length gowns were made alike with full net ruffled
skirts and shirred, strapless bodices. With them they wore net
stoles and net hats with rhinestone trim. Pale orchid was the color
for the matron of honor and ice blue for the bridesmaid. Their
colonial bouquets were of white pompons and gladioli with net and
ribbon streamers to match their dresses.
Leroy Hainzlsperger, of
Superior, was best man and Mark Knuf, a friend, of Unity, was
groomsman. David Van Dreel, Wisconsin Rapids, cousin of the bride,
A corsage of red roses
and white mums accented the gray suit with charcoal accessories
which Mrs. Scheel wore to her daughter’s wedding.
Ninety guests were
present at a 12:00 o’clock dinner served at Presbyterian
church dining room. A reception was held in the afternoon and
supper was served at the home of the bride’s parents. In the
evening, the now Mr. and Mrs. Hebert greeted their friends at a
wedding dance at Memorial hall, Dorchester.
Guests at the wedding
were from Marshfield, Wisconsin Rapids, Colby, Unity, Brodhead,
Owen, and Abbotsford.
Mr. and Mrs. Hebert are making their home in Abbotsford where the groom is employed at the Streckert Manufacturing Company.
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