BioM: Shufelt, Hazel H. (1958)


Surnames: Shufelt, Story, Stebner, Moser, Couilard, Silbaugh


----Source: Thorp Courier (Thorp, Clark Co., Wis.)  07/03/1958


Shufelt, Hazel H. (30 MAY 1958)


The Presbyterian Church in Hannibal was the scene of the marriage on Friday, May 30th, 1958 at 2:00 o’clock of Miss Hazel Hansel Shufelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shufelt of Pershing, and Darrell, Story, son of Lillian Story of Cleveland.


The groom is a graduate of Hannibal High School and is employed at Waukesha as a welder for Federal Window’s Mfg. Co.


After the wedding a reception was held in the church parlors to 150 guests and a wedding dance was given at the North Star  pavilion at Sheldon.


The couple left for a wedding trip through northern Wisconsin, and is now making their home in Waukesha.


Rev. Laurence Oman of Eau Claire officiated with a double ring ceremony.


Given in marriage by her father, the bride’s gown was a ballerina length of white lace and net with a lace jacket over taffeta and she carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations.  Her fingertip veil of illusion was edged in lace and was held in place with a headpiece of lace decorated with rhinestones.


Miss Rachel Stebner of Gilman, served as maid of honor, wearing a lilac embroidered organdy frock.


The bridesmaid, Miss Hilda Moser of Gutenberg, Iowa, a cousin of the bride, wore a green embroidered organdy frock, both carrying a bouquet of lilac and white carnations.  The groom’s sister, Marie, and the bride’s brother, Robert, acted as junior couple, Marie wearing a pink taffeta frock.


Peggie Story, a sister, was flower girl, wearing a white taffeta frock, and Monta Shufelt, a cousin of the bride, carried the rings on a white and orchid pillow.


The groom was attended by his brother, Duane Story, and the bride’s brother, Marvin Shufelt, both wore light coats and dark trousers.


The bride’s mother was dressed in a black and white lace gown with white accessories.  The groom’s mother wore a grey print gown with grey accessories and both wore a corsage of red roses.


Mrs. Herald Couilard of Donald, sang "I Love Your Truly" and "The Lord’s Prayer," accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Orval Silbaugh.


The church was decorated with baskets of lilacs.


Those attending the wedding from away were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Learn Jr., and sons from Colesburg, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hankes, Osterdock, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Morand and daughter, Mary, Dubuque, Ia., Miss Hilda Moser, Gutenberg, Ia., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Cal Baker, Sheron, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rye, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Foster, Stanley, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rye, Gilman, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Holck, Menomonee Falls.



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