BioM: Ploeckelmann, Sylvia (1945)
Contact: Robert Lipprandt
Surnames: Bender, Brandt, Denzine, Empey,
----Source: The Tribune - Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wisconsin) Wednesday, April 21, 2010, page
In a double ring ceremony, Saturday
afternoon, Miss Sylvia Ploeckelmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bejamin Ploeckelmann, of Dorchester, became the bride of Henry J.
Bender, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bender, of Abbotsford.
The Rev. J. Brandt performed the ceremony
at 1:30 at St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Dorchester.
Special music for the occasion was sung
by the children’s choir.
The bride wore a long sleeved gown of
white chiffon with V-neckline, caught at the sides by a cluster of
pearls. A head dress of pearls also held the clouds of veiling with
its lace inserts in the train. She wore a gold locket, a gift of
the groom, and carried a large bouquet of pink roses, white iris
and dahlias, showered with white streamers to which roses were
Miss Bernice Ploeckelmann, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. Eldred Empey, the groom’s
sister, Evenell and Mrs. Lawrence Denzine, his sister; Florence
also attended the bride.
Their gowns were all made alike. A
shirred neckline, banded with rose buds, elbow length sleeves and
tiny, self covered buttons down the back, fashioned the satin
bodices from which hung the very full chiffon skirts worn over
satin. They all wore gold necklaces matching shoulder length veils,
caught by pearls and wrist corsages of mixed flowers. The maid of
honor wore blue, Mrs. Empey wore yellow and Mrs. Denzine,
Melvin Bender was best man for his
brother and Mr. Denzine and Mr. Empey, brothers-in-law were ushers.
The color scheme of their suits ranged from camel to deep
Note: Marriage date information was not published with this obituary.
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