BioM: Moore, Janice (1957)


Contact: Stan



Surnames: Guyette, Moore, Wundrow, Sweeney, Miland, Benzschawel, Papierniak, Swatzina, Reit


----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 09/12/1957


Moore, Janice (24 AUG 1957)


Miss Janice Moore and Harold C. Guyette, son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Guyette of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), exchanged nuptial vows Saturday, Aug. 24, 1957 at St. Ann’s Catholic Church at Stanley.  Rev. Edward Cramer officiated at the 8 o’clock a.m. double ring ceremony.


The bride was escorted to the altar by her father who gave her in marriage.  She wore a floor length gown, fashioned with an empire bodice highlighted with rosebud medallions at the Sabrina neckline, long sleeves, and a wide border of clipped scalloped lace was the feature of the full nylon net skirt over white contesia satin.


A double crown embellished with sequins held the fingertip veil and she carried red and white roses in her bouquet.


Miss Rosella Wundrow of Boyd, was maid of honor for her sister.  They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Wundrow of Boyd.  The other attendants of the bride were Joan Sweeney, a friend of the bride, Stanley, Wis., and Bonnie Miland,a lso a friend of Boyd, Wis.


The maid of honor, attired in cotillion blue, and the bridesmaids in violin rose, wore gowns of net over taffeta, with a lace jacket, full skirt, styled with borders of lace and tulle, and matching sisal hats.  Their pearl and rhinestone earrings were a gift of the bride.


Roger Benzschawel was best man for his friend, and the other attendants were Edward Swatzina of Stanley and Donald Papierniak of Thorp, also friends of the groom.


They wore dark tousers and white dinner jackets and white boutonnieres.  Serving as ushers were Arnold Wundrow, brother of the bride, and Jack Reit, the groom’s cousin of Stanley.


The bride’s mother attended the wedding in a blue lace dress and the groom’s mother in brown taffeta and their corsages were of white gladiolas and pink roses.


Rose gladiolas and blue pompoms with lace bows marked the church pews.


A dinner was given by the bride’s parents at their home and a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. for guests numbering about 250.  Rose and blue streamers were the decorations and a 4-tier wedding cake adorned the table.


The newlyweds took a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and after Sept. 1st will be living north of Stanley.


The bride attended East Riverside School and Stanley High School, and has been employed as a linotype operator by the Stanley Republican.  The groom attended school at Thorp and is now employed by the Mason Shoe Co.


Out of town guests were from Appleton, Marshfield, Milwaukee, Thorp, Cornell, Cadott, Hammond, Indiana and Miligville, Ill.


A dance in honor of the couple was held at Rainbow Gardens.



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