BioM: Nicol, Denise C. (1962)

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Surnames: Scheibe, Nicol


----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 04/19/1962


Nicol, Denise C. (14 APR 1962)


Robert Louis Scheibe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheibe of Abbotsford, and Miss Denise Catherine Nicol, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nicol of Scotland, were united in marriage Saturday afternoon, April 14, 1962, at the First Presbyterian Church at Abbotsford.  The Rev. Douglas Oyan of the First Presbyterian Church of Marshfield, officiated at the 2 o’clock ceremony, for which Miss Bonnie Melvin was the organist.


The bride was attired in a white wool suit and wore a white flowered hat.  Her flowers were a spray of yellow roses.


Attending her as maid of honor was her sister, Miss Norma Nicol of Glasgow, Scotland.  She wore a dark green velvet suit and a white swansdown hat, and carried a spray of white carnations.


Donald Scheibe of Stetsonville was the best man for his brother.


For the occasion, the groom’s mother pinned a corsage of white carnations and shaded iris at the shoulder of her pale blue linen and lace dress.  She wore a navy hat with white flowers and had other navy accessories.


A wedding supper was served at the Colby Hotel.


Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scheibe, Abbotsford, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scheibe of Stetsonville, Miss Mary Scheibe and Miss Carol Sherfinski of Wausau, Mrs. Mary Schultz of Marshfield, Miss Norma Nicol of Glasgow, Scotland, and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Seago of Toronto, Canada.


The new Mr. and Mrs. Scheibe are making their home in Chicago.  Mr. Scheibe is employed as an electronics engineer for AllState Farm Insurance at Skokie, Ill., servicing their IBM computer machines.  Prior to her marriage, the bride was employed by the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. at Toronto, Canada.



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