BioM: Haslow, Mary Ellen (1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Haslow, Reitz, Lindow, Storm, Olson, Seidl, Allen, Gallagher, Kleinschmidt, Hash, Browe
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) August 27, 1953
Haslow, Mary Ellen (Marriage - 22 August
Miss Mary Ellen Haslow, Chili, and Robert C.
Reitz, Marshfield, were married August 22, in Emmanuel Church of
Chili. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Haslow of
Chili, was given in marriage by her father. The Rev. R. H.
Browe, pastor of the church, performed the
bride’s gown of white satin was fashioned with a Chantilly
lace bodice having a rounded neckline and sleeves that came to a
point at the wrists. Four rows of lace extended down the
front of the skirt and edged the train of the gown. Her
illusion veil fell in folds from a tiny lace cloche which was
embroidered with seed pearls. Her crescent bouquet was a
white orchid surrounded by sprigs of stephanotis.
Miss Barbara Haslow served her sister as maid of
honor. Misses Ardith Lindow and Jeannine Storm of Chili were
Jack Olson of Fond du Lac was the groom’s
best man. Kenneth Haslow and Richard Seidl
altar railing of the church was banked with gladioli, interspersed
with greens. The approach to the sanctuary was marked by tall
and Mrs. Reitz are both graduates of the Marshfield High School and
both will continue this fall with their studies at the University
young couple greeted more than 150 guests at a reception held in
the garden of the bride’s parents in Chili. A buffet
supper was served to the guests by Mrs. William Allen, Marshfield,
and Miss Patricia Gallagher, who poured coffee. The wedding
cake was served by two sisters of the groom, Mrs. Gene
Kleinschmidt, Appleton, and Mrs. Herbert Hash of Great Lakes,
and Mrs. Reitz are spending their honeymoon at a cottage in the
northern part of the state and upon their return will reside at
1325 Vilas Ave. Madison.
and Mrs. Haslow entertained the immediate families and members of
he wedding party Friday evening at a 6:30 rehearsal
Guests were from Omro, Milwaukee, Fond du Lac, Appleton, Weyauwega and Great Lakes, Ill.
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