BioM: Hable, Elaine Elizabeth (1956)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Hable, Greeler, Herdrich,
Wichman, Zipfel, Beilke, Broetzman
----Source: Clark County Press
(Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 5, 1956
Hable, Elaine Elizabeth (Marriage -
The Immanuel Lutheran Church at Hewitt
was the scene of the wedding of Miss Elaine Elizabeth Hable of
Marshfield and Ronald Edward Greeler of the Town of York. The
double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Truman B. Broetzman,
pastor, before an altar decorated with cut flowers.
The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Hable of Marshfield, wore nylon tulle over satin gown
fashioned with a tight fitting bodice and a full skirt. Her
finger-tip veil was secured by a lace cap.
She carried a white Bible with red roses
and stephanotis. Rose buds caught in streamers cascaded to
Miss Deloris Greeler, cousin of the
groom, was he bride’s maid of honor. Veryl Herdrich,
another cousin, and Betty Wichman, were her bridesmaids.
The groom was attended by his friend,
Raymond Zipfel, as bestman. Ushers were Robert Herdrich and
Little Darrell Beilke acted as ring
bearer and Marilyn Beilke was flower girl.
One hundred guests attended the reception
held in the parlor of the church, which was decorated with cut
The bride is a graduate of the Auburndale
High School and attended the Interstate Business College at Fargo,
N. D. She is employed in the office of the Consowell
Corporation. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Greeler,
attended Neillsville High School and has work at the Rollohome
Corporation in Marshfield.
Upon their return from a wedding trip through the western states they will reside in Marshfield.
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