BioM: Stanzel, Kaye (1959)

 

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon

E-mail: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

 

Surnames: Stanzel, Mills, Shier, Wolf, Cigler, Witzel, Gerber, Schoenherr, Kreie, Thoma, Mitte, Genteman, Foemmel, Kraemer, Grap, Fischer

 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 2, 1959

 

Stanzel, Kaye (Marriage - 27 June 1959)

 

Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday by Miss Kaye Stanzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Stanzel, of Manitowoc, and Gary L. Mills, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mills, Rt. 3, Neillsville. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. A. C. Fischer of Archbold, O., in the First Reformed Church.  Candelabra were the only altar decorations.

 

The bride, given in marriage by her father was attired in a floor-length dress of silk organza over taffeta. The very full bouffant skirt was designed with six lace panels, stuffed with sequins. The fitted bodice was fashioned with three-quarter length sleeves and a caplet collar, edged in lace, seed pearls and sequins.  A large bow tied at the back of the waistline.  Her fingertip veil of hand rolled silk illusion lace was attached to a Queen’s crown of organza.  Her bridal bouquet consisted of a white orchid surrounded by gladioli and lilies of the valley, entwined with ivy.

 

Miss Patricia Shier, Manitowoc, was the maid of honor.  The Misses Charlene Wolf, Beaver Dam, Sally Mills, Neillsville, and Mary Cigler, Manitowoc, served as bridesmaids. All wore white nylon dotted Swiss dresses with matching accessories in blue and pink.  Each carried a full crescent bouquet of blue and white, and pink and white Pom-poms.

 

The groom was attended by Tom Witzel of Oshkosh as bestman.  Groomsmen were Merlin Gerber, Madison; Danny Stanzel, Manitowoc; and Allen Mills, Neillsville.  Ushers were Jerry Schoenherr, Joe Cigler and John Kreie.

 

Two hundred twenty-five guests attended a reception at the Cape Cod Inn in Manitowoc.

 

Mr. Mills was graduated June 8 from the University in Madison and was commissioned a second lieutenant in the army.  Mr. and Mrs. Mills left Wednesday for Ft. Riley, Kans., where he will be stationed a short time, and will then be transferred to Ft. Benning, Ga.  In January he expects to be sent to Germany.  Mrs. Mills has been attending the University for the last two years.

 

People from away who attended  the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mills and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thoma and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Thoma and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoenherr, Sr., and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mitte, Mr. and Mrs. William Genteman, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Foemmel, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mitte, all of Neillsville; Mrs. Charlotte Mills and Glenn Mills, Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Mills, Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schoenherr, Jr., and family and Gerald Schoenherr, Muskego; Mr. and Mrs. Don Kraemer and children and Mrs. Tillie Kraemer, Hales Corners; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grap, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Mills, and children, High Point, N. C.; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gerber, Madison.

 

A coin shower and dance was held Tuesday evening in the Weston Town Hall.

 

 


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