Bio: Haas, Mary #2 (1961)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Haas, Feldt

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 01 June 1961

Haas, Mary (27 May 1961)

Arrangements of white and yellow glads & carnations decorated the altar of St. Anthony’s Catholic Church Saturday, May 27, for the wedding of Mary Haas and Roger Feldt. Serving as celebrant at the Nuptial High Mass was the Rev. N. E. King and the church choir sang the Mass and “Ave Maria:. The accompanying organist was Mrs. Edward Trinka.

Parents of the couple are Mrs. Raphael Haas and the late Raphael Haas and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Feidt.

As the bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Bud Bremer, she wore a gown of imported silk sheer organza over satin. The fitted basque bodice was embroidered with sequins and had a pearl trim and it was styled with a portrait neckline and long tapered sleeves. Her very bouffant skirt was trimmed with an embroidered front panel and the side panel cascaded into a chapel train. Her elbow length veil was of imported pure silk of English illusion and it was attached to a princess double crown which was jeweled with aurora borealis crystals. The bride held a cascade arrangement of stephanotis and ivy centered with a large purple orchid.

For something borrowed she wore her grandmother’s crystal earrings.

The bridal aides were Bonnie Bremer, the bride’s cousin as maid of honor, Mrs. Duane Stutte, Her sister, and Marion Rogstad as bridesmaids. Each wore identical frocks of yellow nylon chiffon over taffeta with a high draped neckline and a V-back. They were fashioned with flyway bowed shoulders, and white nylon gloves completed their costumes. Their colonial bouquets were of yellow carnations and white stephonatis. The bride’s sister, Luanne, was the flower girl.

The bride’s mother was seen in a green silk dress with jacket and beige accessories and she had a corsage of yellow carnations and white stephonatis. The groom’s mother wore a beige linen dress with beige accessories & she was presented with a corsage of pink carnations and white stephonatis.

The groom chose his brother, Ray, to be his best man and groomsmen were the bride’s brother-in-law, Duane Stutte and Melvin Ayers. Tom Annen and Larry Rueth seated the friends and relatives.

Following the rite, a noon dinner was served in the church dining hall. During the reception held at the bride’s mother’s home, the wedding gifts were arranged by the groom’s sister-in-law, Mrs. Richard Feldt of Woodstock, Illinois and by his sister, Mrs. Ray Knudsen of McHenry, Illinois. A wedding supper was served at the church also, at which Carolyn Pagelsdorf and Virginia Eppers of Marshfield cut the wedding cake. A dance was held at Kolby Park Pavillion.

The new Mrs. Feldt is a 1960 graduate of Loyal High School and her husband graduated from there in 1959. She is employed as a bookkeeper at the Parkin Ice Cream Company in Marshfield and her husband is engaged in farming.
After a honeymoon through southern Wisconsin and Illinois, the newlyweds wil make their home on a farm at route 2, Loyal.



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