BioM: Strade, Dolores Audrey #2 (1955)
Sandley, Grosshuesch, Telford, Kademan
Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 05/12/1955
Strade, Dolores Audrey
(Marriage - 7 May 1955)
Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sandley are at home to friends on a farm near Loyal. Their marriage
took place Saturday afternoon at 1:30 in the Evangelical and
Reformed church at Colby with the Rev. Victor Grosshuesch
Miss Dolores Audrey
Strade, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Strade of Abbotsford, and
Harold Duane Sandley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sandley of Unity,
repeated their marriage vows in the presence of many relatives and
Chantilly lace combined
with nylon tulle over satin was chosen for the bridal gown. A
tucked nylon tulle yoke coming to a point in the front and closed
with a row of tiny lace covered buttons featured the short sleeved
bodice. The bouffant skirt of nylon tulle over satin was waltz
length. Completing her costume were matching lace mitts and a
circular lace veil embroidered with seed pearls and attached to a
tiara. White gardenias and pink carnations composed her bouquet.
As matron of honor, for
her sister, Mrs. Alfred Telford, Thorp, also wore a white gown
featuring a tiered nylon tulle over taffeta skirt, topped by an
Alencon lace short sleeved bodice having a pleated front and a
The two bridesmaids, Mrs.
Ted Sandley, Madison, a sister-in-law of the groom, and Miss Lois
Ann Kademan, Curtiss, a niece of the bride, were attired in white
star lace over coral and blue gowns, respectively. Rows of ruffles
trimmed the waltz length skirts and matching stoles were worn over
the strapless bodices. Each neckline was trimmed with a wreath of
roses. Completing their ensembles were matching headdresses. All
carried bouquets of pink and white carnations.
A brother-in-law of the
bride, Alfred Telford, Thorp, was best man. Groomsmen included the
groom’s two brothers, Ted, Madison, and LaVerne, Unity.
Serving as ushers were Harold Strade, Curtiss, a cousin of the
bride, and Victor Sandley, another brother of the groom.
Completing the wedding
party were Sandra Telford, as flower girl, and Brian Watzke, as
ring bearer. The former was attired in a net over taffeta gown made
by her great grand mother and designed like that of her mother, the
matron of honor.
Corsages of pink and
white carnations and white accessories accented the navy blue
dresses selected by the mothers of the couple.
Festivities of the
afternoon included a reception in the afternoon at the Strade home,
followed by a supper in the church hall. A dance that evening at
Colby Park Pavilion, concluded the event.
Guests at the wedding were from Janesville, Chili, Waunakee, Madison, Unity, Curtiss, Colby, Stevens Point, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Kiel, Withee, Elkhart Lake, Chippewa Falls, and Abbotsford.
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