BioM: Trindal, Janice (1953)


Contact:?Audery Roedl


Surnames: Trindal, Rice


----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, Wis. 08 Oct 1953)


Trindal, Janice  (03 Oct 1953)


The Loyal Methodist Church was the scene at 7 p.m. Saturday, October 3 of the Candlelight nuptialceremony uniting Miss Janice Trindal, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Trindal and Dr. Kenneth West Rice, Marshfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice, LaCrosse.


The church was decorated with bouquets of white gladioli and mums, huckleberry-wound candelebra, palms, and flower-decked candle holders on the pews.


Miss Trindal was given in marriage by her father. Officiating at the double-ring ceremony was the Rev. Roger Steiner, assisted by the Rev. Willard Mecklenburg. The Rev. Steiner was a classmate of the bride.


The bride wore a ballerina length gown of traditional white satin with a fitted bodice and full overskirt of tulle. A long-sleeved bolero completed the ensemble. Tulle ruffling accented the high neckline, the sleeves and the full skirt. Her veil of tulle was fastened to a narrow band with a cluster of flowers on each side. Her bouquet was a classic design of stephanotis, three white orchids, and angel feathers.


The maid of honor, Miss Joyce Trindal, twin sister of the bride, was attired in American beauty matching gown of the bride’s. The bodice and waist with a short sleeved bolero jacket was of paper taffeta with full overskirt of tulle. She wore matching shoes, and the matching headdress had a tiny  flowers with pearl trim and a small veil. Her bouquet was nosegay of pompoms, American beauty rose and ivy.


The brides maid, Miss Lorraine Missling, Shawano, Commercial Instructor, appeared in emerald green with a frock identical to that of the maid of honor. Her matching shoes and headdress completed her ensemble. Her bouquet was similar to that of the maid of honor.


Dr. Richard Rice, Minneapolis, Minn., served his brother as best man and Edwin Schlutter, Monominee, Mich., was groomsman. Roderick MacSwain, Mosinee, and Neil Thompson, Marshfield, ushered.


For her daughter’s wedding, Mrs. Trindal chose navy blue taffeta and the groom’s mother wore blue crepe. Both mothers wore corsages of gardenias and stephanotis.


Mrs. Bryon Zepplin was organist for the wedding music and Vern Dahlby sang "Because" and "The Lord’s Prayer."


Following the ceremony a reception was held in the Methodist Church parlors. The tables were decorated with vases of American Beauty roses and white mums.


The bride is a graduate of Wisconsin Sate College at Whitewater, and affiliated with Delta Sigma Epsilon Sorority. She is a member of the National Commercial Fraternity, Pi Omega Pi. She taught commercial subjects at Plainfield and Thorp.


The groom is a chiropodist at Marshfield. He attended the University of Wisconsin, the LaCrosse State College, and is a graduate of the Illinois College of Chiropody and Foot Surgery. He is a member of the Alpha Gamma Kappa fraternity. His military service was on the 408th General Hospital U. S. A. England and France.


After a honeymoon spent in northern Wisconsin Dr. and Mrs. Rice will be at home at 705 W. Fifth St., Marshfield.


Guests were in attendance from Menominee, Mich., Chicago, Ill.,Racine, Green Bay, Shawano, Marshfield, Mosinee, Rothschilds, Chippewa Falls, Eau Claire, Prentice, Milwaukee, Wausau, Arpin, Thorp and Loyal.



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