BioM: Hedler, Ann E. (1960)




Surnames: Hedler, Guell, Stauss, McFarland, Zimmerman, Ghoitz, Johnson, Misfeldt, Klouda, Dodge, Peruchini, Glasshof, Gill


----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/23/1960


Hedler, Ann E. (11 JUN 1960)


On Saturday, June 11th, 1960, Ann Elizabeth Hedler became the bride of David Lee Guell at an 8:00 o’clock double ring ceremony in the Thorp Methodist Church, Parents are Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Hedler and Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Guell, all of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.).  Rev. Arvid Morey of Cumberland, Wis., officiated.


Mrs. Ernest Staus of Thorp, accompanied by Mrs. Stanley McFarland of Stanley, sang "Whither Thou Goest," after guests were seated.


Mrs. C.W. Dodge of Stanley, grandmother of the bride, and Mrs. Laura Zimmerman, Lomira, Wis., grandmother of the groom, were the first members of the bridal party to enter simultaneously along the double aisle of the sanctuary.  Mothers of the bride and groom were then ushered to their places.  They were followed by Miss Barbara Guell, sister of the groom and Miss Patricia Ghoitz, friend of the bride, of Detroit, Mich., who carried lighted tapers.  They lighted the candelabras on the altar for the candlelight service, and took their places in front of the dais.  Miss Susan Jane Hedler, sister of the bride and Miss Karen Lavonne Johnson of Ellsworth, Wis., a friend of the bride, acted as maiden of honor and maid of honor, respectively.  They took their places before the altar.


Mona and Kurt Misfeldt, cousins of the groom, as flower girl and ring bearer followed.


To the strains of Lohengren, the bride entered on the arm of her father.  She was attired in a gown of embroidered white silk organza over pink satin, with V-neck and elbow length sleeves.  The two-tiered skirt ended in a short train.  She wore a Juliet cap and blush pink veil and carried a bouquet of white gardenias circled with lilies of the valley.  Her jewelry was a matching pearl and earring set, a gift of the groom.


The bridal aides wore mint green street length dresses with wide collars, accented with pink embroidered flowers, moss green velvet sashes, and veiled headbands.  They carried baskets with floral arrangement of bridal wreath and pink tulips.


The flower girl wore a dress similar to the bride’s and carried a miniature basket of flowers.


Mr. Guell awaited his bride with John Kouda of Thorp as best man.  Ushers were Charles Peruchini of Iron Mountain, Mich., Keith Glasshof of Thorp and David Gill of Northfield, Minn.


As the bride and groom knelt at the altar, Mrs. Stauss sang "Oh, Perfect Love."


The bride’s mother wore a navy gown, flowered hat and pink rose corsage.  The groom’s mother was attired in moss green silk organza, with white accessories and pink rose corsage.


Following the ceremony, a reception for 200 guests was held in the social room of the church.  Miss Killian of the faculty of Stout State College cut the wedding cake.


The bride, a graduate of Thorp High School, is a senior at Stout State College.  She is a member of Alpha Phi Social Sorority and the Phi Upsilon Omicron National Professional Society.  The groom is also a graduate of Thorp High School, and a senior in the College of Engineering, Northwestern University.  He is a member pf Pi Mu Epsilon National Honorary Engineering Fraternity.


In her honeymoon along the Mississippi River, Mrs. Guell wore a beige linen suit and garden corsage.  Mr. and Mrs. Guell will…(the rest of my copy was cut off)




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