BioM: Kokaly, Carol A. (1966)


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Surnames: Kokaly, Aschbrenner, Nelson, Buttke, Klinke, Machel, Boh, Albrecht


----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.)   06/02/1966


Kokaly, Carol A. (14 MAY 1966)


Married at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 14, 1966, in St. James Catholic Church at Wausau by the Rev. Jerome Hoeser, were Miss Carol A. Kokaly, 1001 S. 10th Ave., Wausau, the daughter of Mrs. Hannah Kokaly, route 1, Willard (Clark Co., Wis.), and Larry L. Aschbrenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Aschbrenner, 2604 W. Wausau Ave., Wausau.


Miss Rosemary Nelson was the organist-soloist.


Miss Marie Kokaly, Willard, was the maid of honor; Miss Bonita Buttke, Madison and Miss Lois Aschbrenner, Milwaukee, were bridesmaids; and Jent Klinke, Greenwood, was flower girl.


Leon Aschbrenner, Wausau, served as best man; Ronald Machel, Waukesha, and Dan Boh Jr., Willard, were groomsmen; and Dale Albrecht, Wausau, was ring bearer.  Ushers were Rodney Aschbrenner, Wausau, and William Kokaly, Willard, who also gave his sister in marriage.


The bride chose a creation of organza and taffeta in empire A-line styling.  It had a scoop neckline and the bodice and center skirt front were embellished by bow-knot lace panels.  The bodice also had sequin embroidery.  The detachable train formed a lace covered bow, was highlighted by lace paneling.


A peau pillbox, with sequins and pearls, held in place the double bubble silk illusion veil.  Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses centered with a white glamellia and ivy streamers.


The attendants wore crepe empire sheaths, the bodices of hot pink made with scoop necklines and Venice lace motifs seen on the sleeves and self bands of the high waists.  The floor length pale pink skirts flowed from un-pressed pleats.  Their hot pink floral headpieces had circle veils.


Each aide held a bouquet of light pink roses and miniature carnations back with dracaena foliage.


The reception was held at the Rib River Ballroom, where the dinner and dance also took place.


Following a wedding trip through western states, the newlyweds will reside at 1001 S. 10th Ave., Wausau.


The bride is a graduate of Greenwood High School and an employee of the Thorp Finance Corp, at Wausau.  Her husband, a graduate of Wausau Senior High School, works for the same corporation.



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