BioM: Schaefer, Adelle Hyacinth #2 (1958)
Schaefer, Stettler, Urbic, Rueden, Weller
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Adelle Hyacinth (Marriage - 6 Aug. 1958)
Hyacinth Schaefer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Schaefer,
Abbotsford, and Lawrence E. Stettler, son of Victor Stettler,
Colby, exchanged marriage vows Wednesday morning, Aug. 6, at St.
Thomas’ Catholic church, Milan. The double ring ceremony took
place before a 9:30 nuptial high mass sung by the Rev. Rudolph
marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of white
nylon tulle over satin. It was styled with long sleeves and a
scalloped Sabrina neckline, outlined with pearls and sequins.
Flower designs were embroidered on the fitted bodice with seed
pearls. Iridescent sequins and eyelet embroidery trimmed the
scalloped edge of the full, gathered overskirt. Her finger tip veil
of sheer nylon was held in place by a sequin covered crown. A
cascade arrangement of pink roses, white mums, and stephanotis tied
with satin streamers made up the bride’s
bride’s sister, Mrs. George Rueden, Abbotsford, was matron of
honor and Mrs. George Weller, Colby, sister of the groom, was
bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in ballerina length dresses
designed with scoop necklines. Their pink taffeta hoop skirts were
covered with full, circular overskirts of white lace. A pink
cummerbund of crushed taffeta fastened at the waist formed a sash
and a braid of pink taffeta entertwined with pearls formed their
head pieces. They carried bouquets of pink and white carnations.
Their pearl chokers and earrings were gifts of the
brothers-in-law of the couple, George Rueden and George Weller,
served as best man and groomsman. Kenneth Schaefer, brother of the
bride, acted as usher.
daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Schaefer chose a powder blue dress
with white accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and white
carnations. The bride’s grand mother, Mrs. Max Schaefer, of
Stetsonville, wore a corsage of white carnations pinned to her blue
supper for 35 close friends and relatives were served at the home
of the bride’s parents. In the evening, a wedding dance was
held at the Dorchester Memorial Hall.
After a trip
to the Black Hills, South Dakota, the couple will make their home
in the Abbotsford area.
graduates of Taylor County Teachers’ College, Medford. The
bride teaches the primary department at the Curtiss State Graded
school and the groom will return to the Pickard school in Marathon
county after summer employment at the Welcome Dairy near
Guests from away at the wedding were from Colby, Stetsonville, Dorchester, Loyal and Athens, Wis.
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