BioM: Nulton, Eunice (1956)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Nulton, Lawrence, Marshall,
Glick, Hoftiezer, Ellingson
----Source: Clark County Press
(Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) August 2, 1956
Nulton, Eunice (Marriage - 27 July
Grace Methodist Church in Greenwood was
the scene Friday afternoon, July 27, of the wedding of Miss Eunice
Nulton, daughter of the Rev. Ethel Nulton, pastor of the church,
and S/Sgt. Donald J. Lawrence of La Farge, who is stationed at
Truax Field, near Madison. The bride’s brother, the
Rev. Virgil W. Nulton of Rice Lake, performed the double ring
ceremony. The church altar was decorated with garden flowers
The bride’s dress was ballerina
length, fashioned with a skirt having alternate tears of lace and
tulle over taffeta, and a long-sleeved, fitted bodice of lace over
taffeta. She wore a lace edged fingertip veil, which fell from a
cap trimmed with orange blossoms. Her flowers we re a fan
shaped hand corsage of garnet roses and white carnations fashioned
with white lace.
Her matron of honor was a close friend
and cousin of the groom, Mrs. Charlene Marshall of La Farge. The
best man was A/1c Roger G. Glick, a former school mate and now a
pal at Truax Field. Henry Hoftiezer of Wausau, brother-in-law
of the bride, served as usher.
Organ music was played by Mrs. Virgil W.
Nulton of Rice Lake. Mrs. Don Ellingson of Greenwood sang:
"Through the Years," "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord’s
Prayer." Mrs. Nulton played the accompaniment.
The bride is a graduate of the La Farge
High school and of Stout State College at Menomonie, where she
received a B. S. Degree in home economics in 1955. She taught
in the Melrose High School last year.
The groom is a La Farge High School
graduate. On graduation he joined the air force, in which he
has served five years. Since the death of his parents he has
made his home with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carson Lawrence
of La Farge. They were present for the wedding.
S/Sgt. and Mrs. Lawrence are living in
Madison. She plans to teach next year in Viroqua and he will
continue his service at Truax Field.
Following the marriage ceremony, a
reception was held for about 100 guests in the parlors of Grace
church. Lunch was served by the W. S. C. S. of the
church. Tables were decorated with a variety of beautiful
roses grown in Greenwood. Mrs Henry Hoftiezer, sister of the
bride, assisted with the lunch.
Relatives and friends were present from Chicago, Ill., Kalamazoo, Mich., Chisago City, Minn., La Farge, Rice Lake, Wausau, Hancock, Ontario, Christie, Melrose, Hammond, Baldwin, Hillsboro, Neillsville, and Varina , Ia.
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