BioM: Kalepp, Bernice (1959)


Contact: Stan


Surnames: Kalepp, Paddock, Polzin, Brown, Buzbunick, Allwardt, Daellenbach


----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 12/31/1959


Kalepp, Bernice (Marriage - 26 Dec. 1959)


Miss Bernice Kalepp and La Verne Paddock, were united in marriage Saturday, Dec. 26, in a 2:00 o’clock ceremony performed by the Rev. F. H. Sprengler, in St. Peter’s Lutheran Church, Dorchester.


Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kalepp, Dorchester, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Paddock, Waterford.


Attendants at the wedding were Mrs. Gene Polzin, sister of the bride, Mrs. Lloyd Brown, sister of the groom, and Miss Darlene Buzbunick, friend of the bride; Norman and Earl Paddock, brothers of the groom, and Lloyd Kalepp, brother of the bride. Miss Margie Paddock, niece of the groom, was flower girl.


For the wedding, the bride chose a street length dress of white lace trimmed with satin. Pearls were used in the headpiece which held her shoulder length veil and were also used in the trimming of her white plastic shoes. She carried three poinsettias interspersed with green holly.


The bride’s attendants were all dressed alike in frocks of red taffeta covered with white lace. They all wore red shoes and carried white fur muffs accented with a poinsettia and holly.


The Christmas motif of poinsettia and holly was also used in the church decorations.


During the ceremony, Miss Lucy Allwardt, Milwaukee, sang "O Perfect Love" and "Because."


About 110 guests attended the reception held at Jerkwater Dining Room. Organ and drum music was furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Daellenbach.


Guests from a distance came from Watertown, Princeton and Milwaukee, Wis., Greenville, Mich., and Schilling Air Force Base, Kan.


The new Mr. and Mrs. Paddock are making their home at 2686A South 9th St., Milwaukee. Prior to her marriage, the bride was employed as a laboratory tester at Allen-Bradley Co., Milwaukee, and the groom is a supervisor at U-test-M Plant, in Milwaukee.



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