BioM: Strey, Norma (1950)


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Surnames: Strey, Potter


----Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.)   06/22/1950


Strey, Norma (JUN 1950)


In a nuptial ceremony performed at Christ the King Catholic Church in Spencer by the Rev. Fr. Arthur Cramer, Miss Norma Strey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Strey of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Robert A. Potter, son of Homer Potter of Spencer.


The bride was gowned in an entrained white marquisette dress styled with a fitted bodice, high neckline and full skirt edged with Chantilly lace.  She carried a cascade bouquet of Easter lilies, red roses and lilies of the valley.


Mary Jane Potter of Wis. Rapids, sister of the groom, acted as maid of honor, attired in a dress of where white marquisette over satin, with the bodice trimmed with lace.  She carried a bouquet of carnations.


The bridesmaids, Miss LaVerne Strey of Milwaukee, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Ceylon Strey of Milwaukee, a sister-in-law, wore dresses of pink and blue, respectively, styled identical to that worn by the maid of honor, and carried bouquets of carnations.


Raymond Potter of Wis. Rapids, brother of the groom, was best man.  The groomsmen were Robert Strey Jr. of Spencer and Ceylon Strey of Milwaukee, brothers of the bride.


A reception and dinner were served at the Country Ballroom, near Marshfield, where later in the evening a dance was held.


Out of town guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Plecity of Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. William McKenna and family of Greenwood, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Strey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Strey, Alton Schmditke, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hiles and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lautenbach, all of Granton, Charles Schneider, Mrs. Pete Cwiklinski and Mrs. Arthur Domine, all of Milwaukee, and Mrs. Arthur Potter of Chippewa Falls.


The bride, a graduate of the Granton High School, has been employed at Wepfer’s Pharmacy here, and the groom is employed on a farm near Spencer, where the couple will reside.


To the newlyweds, the Loyal Tribune extends its heartiest congratulations and best wishes for the future.



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