BioM: Peissig, Janet #2 (1961)
Surnames: Peissig, Niederloh, Springer, Ehrenreich, Christeson, Klun, Akermark, House, Moe, Skoug, Hansen
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 08/17/1961
Peissig, Janet #2 (5 AUG 1961)
Wedding vows were exchanged Saturday afternoon, Aug. 5, 1961, at 2:30 o’clock by Miss Janet Ann Peissig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emery H. Peissig, Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.), and James Walter Niederloh, son of Mrs. Walter Niederloh, Chetek, and the late Mr. Niederloh.
The Niederloh-Peissig nuptials were performed by the Rev. Donald Olson at Curtiss Evangelical Lutheran Church, Mr. Peissig giving his daughter in marriage. The altar was decorated with a spray of white and yellow gladioli.
Mrs. Lois Springer, the organist, played the processional which was a march based on a theme of Handel by Guilmant, also the recessional, Psalm 19, "The Heavens Declare," by Marcello. Miss Donna Ehrenreich sang "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee," from "The Song of Ruth," by Gounod, and the congregation sang "Praise to the Lord, the Almighty."
A white satin bridal gown with chapel length train and trimmed with imported Italian lace and seed pearls was selected by the bride. Her veil was fingertip length and was attached to a pearl and sequin crown. The bride carried a cascade of Amazon lilies with yellow feathered carnations and white pompons tied with white satin ribbon.
Mrs. Janet Christeson, Minneapolis, was matron of honor; Miss Carol Klun, Marshfield and Miss Joe Louise Akermark, Grantsburg, were bridesmaids; and Miss Tana House, Abbotsford, was junior bridesmaid.
They were dressed alike in yellow taffeta frocks which had scoop neckline and gathered skirts. Their flowers were crescent shaped bouquets of shades of yellow and bronze pompons.
Attending the groom were David Skoug, Minneapolis, Minn., the best man, and Sheldon Moe, Chetek, and Don Peissig, Curtiss, the groomsmen. John Christeson and Hjalmer Hansen ushered.
Mrs. Niederloh attended Abbotsford High School and Wis. State College, Eau Claire, and in late August will start her clinical training in medical technology at Swedish Hospital in Minneapolis, Minn.
Mr. Niederloh received his education at Chetek High School, Michigan College of Mining and Technology, and was graduated from Wis. State College, Eau Claire. He was a member of Eta Phi, Phi eta sigma and Kappa Delta Pi.
The Niederlohs will reside in Minneapolis, Minn., where Mr. Niederloh is a programmer for Remington Rand Univac.
Guests for the wedding came from Abbotsford, Owen, Withee, Colby, Chippewa Falls, Marshfield, Eau Claire, Chetek, Minneapolis, Wausau, Frederic and Grantsburg, also from California and Maryland.
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