BioM: Kalson, Margaret #2 (1958)



Surnames: Kalson, Daellenbach, Weber, Fristad, Lindau, Zastrow, Dums, Gabriel 

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 10/30/1958 

Kalson, Margaret A. (Marriage - 25 Oct. 1958) 

When Mr. and Mrs. James Daellenbach return from their honeymoon trip they will live in their new home in Abbotsford on Sycamore Street. The groom is associated with his father at Emil’s Music Center. Their marriage took place Saturday, Oct. 25, at 10:30 at Sacred Heart Catholic church, Stetsonville, with the Rev. Arthur Weber officiating.  

The bride wore a floor-length gown of rayon velvet. Her chapel train was of embroidered silk edged in nylon tulle. Her tiara was trimmed with rhinestones and she carried a white Bible and a bouquet of red roses. 

Miss Margaret Kalson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kalson, Route 1, Colby, and James Daellenbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Daellenbach, exchanged marriage vows in a double ring ceremony. 

The bride, given in marriage by her father, appeared in a floor length gown of white rayon velvet with hand embroidered imported silk, edged in nylon tulle trim. A tiara of rhinestones held her finger tip veil. Deep red roses with white streamers and roses were arranged on a white Bible, a gift from her parents. 

The bridal gown was designed and made by the bride and her sister-in-law, Mrs. John Kalson. 

Attending as maid of honor was her sister, Miss Rosemary Kalson. The Misses Selma and Norma Fristad, of Chicago, were bridesmaids. They wore dresses made alike of rayon velvet, baby blue for the maid of honor and deep red for the bridesmaids. The double gathered skirts joined the plain bodice front. The back bodice was made of soft draping satin, terminating in loose panels from the neckline. They wore head pieces and carried bouquets of tinted flowers. 

Elvin Lindau, of Rice Lake, was best man and Norman Lindau, of Medford, uncles of the groom, and Wayne Zastrow, of Abbotsford, were groomsmen. Seating the guests were Miss Rosemary Daellenbach, of Manitowoc, cousin of the groom, and Miss Carol Dums, Colby, a friend of the bride.  

Mrs. Alois Gabriel, of Colby, was the organist. 

For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Kalson wore a navy blue lace dress and the groom’s mother chose beige lace. Both had corsages of red and white roses and white carnations. 

A reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents and buffet lunch was served to 70 guests. About 130 guests were served a 5:00 o’clock dinner. In the evening, a wedding dance was held at Memorial hall, Dorchester. 

For her going away ensemble, the bride wore a navy blue, cashmere suit with mink trim. She pinned a white orchid corsage at the shoulder line. 

Guests from away at the wedding were from Madison, Manitowoc, Janesville, Chicago, Rhinelander, Medford, Rice Lake, Dorchester, Curtiss, Marshfield, Wausau and Stetsonville. 



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