BioM: Kalepp, Hazel Ann (1957)

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Surnames: Kalepp, Stargardt, Sprengler, Liefer, Cliver, Schultz, Juneau 

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 08/22/1957 

Kalepp, Hazel Ann (Marriage - 17 Aug. 1957) 

Miss Hazel Ann Kalepp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Kalepp, Abbotsford, and Floyd Stargardt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Stargardt, Marshfield, exchanged marriage vows, Saturday afternoon at Christ Lutheran church. The Rev. F. H. Sprengler read the ceremony at 2:30 o’clock. Herbert Juneau was organist and soloist and sang "The Lord’s Prayer," and "O Perfect Love." 

For her wedding, the bride appeared in a white gown of net and satin. The bodice featured a sequin trimmed net yoke, Peter Pan collar and long sleeves and the skirt had a lace peplum with two net flounces over satin. A dainty pillbox of net over satin covered with seed pearls and sequins held her silk illusion veil. Red roses and gardenias were used in her colonial bouquet. 

Miss Shirley Kalepp served her sister as maid of honor. Another sister of the bride, Miss Ruth Kalepp, and a sister of the groom, Mrs. Arlene Liefer, of Manitowoc, were bridesmaids. Yellow was chosen for the maid of honor and orchid for the other attendants. They wore lace boleros with their frocks, detailed with shirring at the top of the strapless bodices and extending into the skirt and around the bottom with small, net ruffles. They wore matching headpieces and earrings, a gift of the bride. They carried colonial bouquets of white carnations and roses to match their dresses. 

Attending the groom were his friend, Bob Cliver, of Marshfield, as best man, and Pfc. Donald Kalepp, brother of the bride, of Panama, and Lea Liefer, brother-in-law of the groom, of Manitowoc. 

Ushers were Lavern Kalepp, A-N, brother of the bride, of Memphis, Tenn., and Gordon Stargardt, brother of the groom, of Marshfield. 

The bride’s mother chose a dress of blue figured silk and the groom’s mother wore blue linen. Both had white accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Frank Schultz and Mrs. Adolph Kalepp, grand mothers of the bride, had corsages of pink and white carnations. 

About 100 guests attended the wedding supper served in the church dining rooms at 5:00 o’clock and the reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents in the evening. 

Guests were from Dorchester, Milwaukee, Marshfield, Wisconsin Rapids, Spencer, Manitowoc, Shawano, Wausau, Abbotsford, Panama Canal and Memphis, Tenn. 

Mr. and Mrs. Kalepp left on a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and on their return will live on Route 1, Marshfield. 

The bride, a graduate of the Abbotsford high school, class of 1954, is employed at the Weinbrenner Shoe Factory, Marshfield. Her husband, who was graduated from the Marshfield high school in 1953, is employed at the Water and Light department in Marshfield. 




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