BioM: Geisler, Caroline Esther (1965)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Geisler, Hannan, Geis, Meyer, Bertz
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) July 1, 1965
Geisler, Caroline Esther (Marriage - 26 June 1965)
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Loyal was the scene Saturday of the wedding of Miss Caroline Esther Geisler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Geisler of Owen and James Raymond Hannan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hannan of Rt. 2 Loyal. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Fr. Edward Bertz of La Crosse, a cousin of the groom. Bouquets of cut flowers were place on either side of the altar. The church choir furnished music for the wedding mass.
The bride entered the church wearing a luxurious floor-length gown of pure silk organza, the bodice of which was styled with elbow-length sleeves and a scoop neckline, and was complimented by an overlay of lace. Lace appliqués adorned the full skirt, which swept into a chapel train. Her bouffant veil of pure silk illusion was secured to a petal cloche trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of red roses and white carnations.
Miss Thyrese Hannan of Chicago, Ill, was the maid-of-honor. Bridesmaid was Miss Evelyn Geisler of Eau Claire. The attendants were attired in floor length dresses of shantastik in starlet and brilliant blue. They were fashioned with elbow-length sleeves, and enhanced by Empire waists accenting the slim skirt. French bows of brilliant flue held their bustle veils. White carnations and blue stephanotis made up their cascade bouquets.
James Geis of Medford was best man. Groomsman was Robert Hannan of Marshfield. Ushers were Arden Geisler of Greenwood and William Meyer of Marshfield.
On their return trip from a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Hannan will reside on Rt. 2, Loyal, where he is engaged in farming.
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