BioM: Horn, Sylvia Mary (1953)


Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Horn, Koroghlanian, Yahnman, Plank, Lane, Beyer, Oates 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) September 3, 1953  

Horn, Sylvia Mary (Marriage - 29 August 1953)  

Miss Sylvia Mary Horn, Chili, and Harry Koroghlanian of Racine were married August 29, at 8 P.m. at the Presbyterian Church of Marshfield with the Rev. Arthur Oates, pastor of the church, performing the double ring ceremony. 

The bride, given in marriage by her father, Elmer Horn of Chili wore a dress of nylon lace and pleated nylon net over white satin with a fingertip veil caught in a Juliet cap trimmed with pearls and rhinestones.  White gladioli with red sweetheart roses and white streamers made up the bride’s bouquet. 

Fern Horn, Schofield, was her sister’s maid of honor.  Joseph Yahnman, friend of the groom was best man. 

Music for the ceremony was furnished by Edward Plank of Stevens Point, at whose home the bride stayed during her college years.  Mrs. George Lane, Stanley, college friend of the bride, sang two selections.  

A reception for 75 guests was held at the church. The church was decorated with flowers that were arranged by Mrs. Arnold Beyer of Greenwood, aunt of the bride. 

The bride is a graduate of the Loyal High School and Central State College and is a second grade teacher in the Nekoosa Schools.  The groom received his education in the Racine schools and has had two years of the University extension course at Racine.  He will attend Central State College at Stevens Point this fall. 

The groom recently returned from overseas duty in Germany. 

Among the congratulatory telegrams received by the couple were some from the groom’s relatives in South America. 



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