BioM: Turville, Ann (1957)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Turville, Thompson, Hoffman,
----Source: Clark County Press
(Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 14, 1957
Turville, Ann (Marriage - 9 November
The Rev. Frank B. Harcey performed the
double ring ceremony Saturday at the Congregational Church which
united in marriage Miss Ann Turville and Norman Thompson, both of
Neillsville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Turville and Mr. and Mrs. Forest Thompson.
Miss Turville, given in marriage by her
father, wore a Chantilly lace and net over satin gown. Featuring a
portrait neckline, the bitted lace bodice closed with tiny buttons
down the back. Buttons also fastened the long, tapered
sleeves that came to a point over the wrists. The bouffant lace
skirt was fashioned with nylon lace ruffles that extended to the
floor. Her finger-tip illusion veil with matching lace was
secured to a half-hat of seed pearls and iridescent
The bride’s attendants were Miss
Eileen Hoffman as maid-of-honor, and Miss Marie Thompson as
bridesmaid. They wore gowns of fuchsia and vermillion blue styled
with tiers of lace and net over the skirts. Jackets and headpieces
matched the gowns.
Attending the groom were Wayne Turville,
brother of the bride, and Charles Thompson, brother of the
groom. Phillip Thompson and Dale Turville ushered.
Mrs. Turville viewed her daughter’s wedding in a wine colored dress, while Mrs. Thompson was attired in black. Both mothers wore a corsage of yellow ‘mums pinned to their shoulder lines.
On their return from a wedding trip, the young couple will reside in Rockford, Ill., where the groom is employed. Prior to her marriage the bride was employed in Marshfield. Both graduated from Neillsville High School.
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