BioM: Roix, Geraldine (1957)
Surnames: Roix, Schultze, Ystad, De Teske, Thomas, Kermit, Butterfield, Buss
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/13/1957
Roix, Geraldine (8 JUN 1957)
Miss Geraldine Ruth Roix, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Roix, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Ronald Dean Schultze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Schultze, Thorp (Clark Co.), during the marriage ceremony Saturday afternoon at 1 o’clock at Emmanuel Lutheran Church, Longwood, with the rites being conducted by the Rev. Ira J. Tanner. Miss Edith Allen, Virginia, Minn., was the soloist and Miss Bonnie Hanson, the organist.
Witnessing the marriage were wedding guests from Owen, Thorp, Withee, Greenwood, Marshfield, Stanley, Milwaukee, Hilldale, Minn., Madison, Wausau and Loyal.
White satin, nylon net and lace were used to fashion the bridal gown, which was designed with Queen Anne collar, long sleeves and a floor length bouffant skirt. A fingertip veil was attached to the crown of pearls and sequins. The bride carried a Bible topped with an orchid and tow which streamers of yellow roses were attached to the crown of pearls and sequins. The bride carried a Bible topped with an orchid and to which streamers of yellow roses were attached.
Miss Darlene Roix, Owen, was maid of honor for her sister and carried a colonial bouquet of tinted yellow and orchid carnations. Carrying similar floral pieces and wearing identically styled formals as the maid of honor were the four bridesmaids, Crystal Thomas and Bonnie Kermit, sister of the bride, Bernice Butterfield, a friend of the bride, and Ruby Buss, an aunt.
Richard Schultze, Thorp, was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Dale Thomas, Raymond and Dale Schultze and Milton Ystad. Jerry Schultze, brother of the groom, and Leon De Teske, uncle of the bride, performed the ushering duties.
Penny Schultze, little sister of the groom, was the flower girl, and their brother, Calvin Schultze, was the ring bearer. Penny wore a frock made with a lace bodice, puffed sleeves and a net overskirt with ruffles covering the bottom of the skirt.
The bride’s mother wore a two-piece navy dress with white accessories and white carnation corsage. Also wearing a white carnation corsage was the groom’s mother, who had a blue dress with white accessories.
The bride and groom are graduates of Owen and Thorp High Schools, respectively, and both are employed by Employers Mutual of Wausau. After June 7 they will reside at 511 1./2 N. Third Ave. in Wausau. At present they are honeymooning in Milwaukee and Chicago.
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