BioM: Trybula, Audrey Marie (1959)

 

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon

E-mail: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

 

Surnames: Trybula, Gregorich, Verhagen, Lauer, Tolaney, Trost, Kesler, Tomac, Tropp, Jordan, Parkel, Bourque, Wherry, Daigle, Scharenbrock, Madic

 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) April 9, 1959

 

Trybula, Audrey Marie (Marriage - 4 April 1959)

 

Miss Audrey Marie Trybula, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Trybula of Greenwood, and LaVerne Gregorich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gregorich, Willard, exchanged nuptial vows, Saturday in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Fr. Aloysius Madic in Holy Family Church in Willard, before an altar decked with bouquets of pink and white gladioli.

 

The bride given in marriage by her father; was attired in a gown of imported Chantilly lace. The bouffant floor-length skirt was fashioned with an overskirt of gossamer sheer tulle over coutesse taffeta.  Seed pearls and sequins embellished the scalloped Sabrina neckline of the fitted lace bodice with tapered wrist length sleeves.  Tiers of Chantilly lace enchanted the full skirt coming to a point at the top tier. Sequins, seed pearls and lace etched the tiara from which cascaded a veil of imported silk illusion.  She carried a bridal bouquet of red and white roses.

 

Attending as maid-of-honor was Miss Virginia Verhagen of Lake Villa, Ill.  Bridesmaids were Janet Lauer, Jo Ann Tolaney, and Mary Lou Trost.  The attendants wore floor-length gowns of lace and net in pink, blue, green and orchid.  They were styled with a ruffled skirt of lace and net with a large lace flounce binding the full skirt.  Lace jackets completed their ensembles.  Matching tulle crowns trimmed with seed pearls and blush veils were worn as their head pieces.

 

Darlene Trybula, sister of he bride, was the flower girl. She was dressed as a miniature bride in a dress styled identical to that of the bride.  Her headpiece was a miniature crown with a blush veil.

 

The groom was attended by Le Roy Kessler as best man. William Gregorich, John Tomac and Fred Tropp were groomsmen.  Ushers were William Jordan and Joe Tomac.  Roger Gregorich, cousin of the groom, was ringbearer.  He wore a tuxedo and carried the rings on a white satin pillow.

 

Miss Mary Ann Parkel played the organ and sang the nuptial high Mass.

 

Three hundred guests attended the reception held in the West Side hall in Willard.  Following the reception and dance the couple left on a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, and on their return will leave for Fairbanks, Alaska, where the groom is employed.

 

Both are graduates of the Greenwood High School.

 

Out of town people here for the wedding were: Mrs. Joe Tropp, Oak lawn, Ill.; Mrs. Richard Bourque and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wherry, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Daigle, Margaret, Ann, and Agnes Scharenbrock, Chicago; Joe Scharenbrock, and Roy Scharenbrock, Ladysmith.

 

 


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