BioM: Archambo, Carol (1957)
Surnames: Archambo, Reichersamer, Schulz, Nikolay, Buell, Hess,
Kawczynski, Cleppe, Ettinger, Grisvold, Sievert, Schrader, Illig,
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Carol (Marriage - 27 Apr. 1957)
Mr. and Mrs.
John Reichersamer have returned from a honeymoon trip and are at
home in Abbotsford.
marriage took place Saturday, April 27, at St. Bernard’s
rectory, with the Rev. Raymond B. Schulz officiating at the double
ring ceremony at 1:00 o’clock.
the former Carol Archambo, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Royal
Archambo and the groom is the son of Mrs. Ethel
wedding, the bride wore a gown of white satin. The lace bodice was
designed with a scalloped neckline, long sleeves, that tapered to
points over the wrist. Lace detailed the waltz length skirt. Her
finger tip veil was fastened to a tiara of rhinestones and pearls.
A single strand of pearls and matching earrings from Japan,
belonging to her aunt, was the "something borrowed" in the bridal
ensemble. Her bouquet was a fan arrangement of lace, red roses,
white carnations and stephanotis.
length frock of white Dacron with lace trim, accented with lacing
of baby blue velvet, was chosen by Miss Anne Nikolay, Milwaukee,
who served as maid of honor for her niece. A single strand of
pearls was worn at the V-neckline and with it she wore matching
earrings. In her hair, she had pink rosebuds and her nosegay
bouquet of pink and white carnations was tied with blue
Archambo, brother of the bride, was best man.
ceremony, the bride’s mother wore a beige dress with pink
accessories. Navy blue was selected by the groom’s mother and
also by Mrs. Anna Nikolay, grand mother of the bride. Mrs. Loys
Buell, grand mother of the groom, had a beige print. Each one had a
corsage of pink roses and white carnations.
o’clock, a reception was held at the armory club rooms and a
5:30 supper was served 65 guests, who included relatives and a few
friends. The club rooms were decorated in pink and blue streamers
and white wedding bells and potted plants.
The bride is
a member of the 1957 graduating class of the Abbotsford high
school. The groom, a last year’s graduate, is employed at the
Motor Inn Garage. He is a member of the 173rd F. A. Bn.,
of the National Guard and will attend school at Aberdeen Proving
Grounds, in Maryland, to take a welder-blacksmith course, starting
Among the guests from away were Miss Anne Nikolay, Mrs. Eugene Hess, and daughters, Jeanne and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kawczynski, Phil and Bernard Cleppe, and Mrs. John Ettinger and son, Richard, all of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. George Nikolay, Oxford; Miss Mary Grisvold, Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Reichersamer, Spooner; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Archambo and five children, Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sievert, Stratford; Mr. and Mrs. Art Schrader and two children, Dorchester; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nikolay and Mr. and Mrs. Adam Illig, Rozellville; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pudlas, Curtiss.
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