BioM: Boehm, Patricia (1956)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Boehm, Schlindler
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI 27 Sept 1956)
Boehm, Patricia (SEPT ? 1956)
Patricia Boehm, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Boehm, Black River Falls, and Albert Schlindler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Schindler, Loyal, were married in a double ring ceremony Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Black River Falls.
The Rev. L. A. Koopman performed the wedding before an altar decorated with white Chrysanthemums and gladioli.
The bridal gown featured a molded bodice of Chantilly lace with a Queen Anne collar and long sleeves and the floor length bouffant skirt was of nylon tulle with lace panels was nylon tulle with lace panels in front and back. The fingertip veil fell from a jeweled contour crown. She carried a white orchid on a white prayer book.
Mrs. Louis Boehm, Whitehall, sister-in-law of the bride was matron of honor. Bridal aides were Mrs. John Jarocki, Eau Claire, and Miss Barbara Boehm, Black River Falls, sister of the bride. They wore ballet length gowns of crystallure in burnt orange over pumpkin taffeta. Matching hair braid bandeaux were worn with circle veils. They carried yellow and bronze chrysanthemums in cascade bouquets.
Elmer Schlindler, Chicago, was his brother’s best man. Groomsmen were John Jarocki, and Robert Lieske, nephew of the groom, both of Eau Claire.
Mrs. Fred Lange was organist and the Jos-a-Teen-Choir and Gay Gardipee, sang.
The bride’s mother wore a dress of peacock blue lace over taffeta and the groom’s mother a slate blue dress, Their cordages were pink roses.
A reception was held at the church parlors.
When the couple return from a two week honeymoon in northern Wisconsin they will live at 1767 Elm St. in South Milwaukee.
The bride attended the College of St. Teresa at Winona, Minn., and is employed at General Merchandise Co. in Milwaukee. The groom is a graduate of Loyola University, Chicago, and is employed at Pittsburg Glass Co. in Milwaukee.
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