BioM: Molle, Shirley Ann #2 (1962)


Surnames: Molle, Olson, Boehning, Myre, Ringquist, Brenner, Oswald, Schuette

----- Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/12/1962

----- Molle, Shirley Ann #2 (7 JUL 1962)

Trinity Lutheran Church at Spencer was the setting Saturday for the wedding of Shirley Ann Molle, Spencer, and Donald Olson, route 1, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.). Rev. Krueger officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony before an altar decorated with bouquets of mixed summer flowers.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Molle, Spencer and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Olson, route 1, Loyal, Mrs. Kenny Voss and Marilyn Noeldner sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "O Perfect Love."

Mr. Molle presented his daughter, who was dressed in a bridal gown styled with an all lace bodice and full organza skirt trimmed with lace. Her fingertip veil was caught to a crown of rhinestones and crystals and she carried a bouquet of yellow roses.

Attending the bride as maid of honor was Elizabeth Boehning and bridesmaids were Carol Myre and Audrey Olson of Loyal, and Carol Ringquist of Greenwood. They wore street length frocks of yellow with a collar tat extended into a V-neckline in the back, which was caught with a bow. Matching crowns with a face veil completed their attire and they held bouquets of yellow and white carnations.

The groom chose his brother, Dennis Olson, to be best man, and groomsmen were George Brenner of Loyal, Roger Molle, the bride's brother, and Gary Oswald of Greenwood, a cousin of the groom. Dleber Schuette and Noel Olson of Loyal were ushers.

The mother of the bride was seen in a pink dress with white accesses and a pink and white corsage of carnations. A blue dress with white accessories was worn by the groom's mother, and she was presented with a corsage of blue and white carnations.

Both of the newlyweds are graduates of Loyal High School. The bride is employed by the General Telephone Co. at Marshfield, and her husband is farming with his father. Following a honeymoon through northern Wisconsin, they will live on route 1, Loyal.

A five o'clock supper was served in the church dining hall and a reception was held at the bride's parents home. A dance was held at the Silver Dome Ballroom in Neillsville.



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