BioM: Krultz, Dorothy Ann #2 ( 1961)

 

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Surnames: Krultz, Galiger, Bonebright, Hentz, Turnquist, Novobielski, Klancher, Randles, Arch.

 

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 02/16/1961

 

Krultz, Dorothy Ann #2 (28 JAN 1961)

 

Miss Dorothy Ann Krultz became the bride of Frank E. Galiger on Saturday, Jan. 28, 1961 at two p.m. at the First Congregational Church, Owen.  Rev. Ralph Claybaugh performed the double ring ceremony.

 

Miss Carol Liebzeit, Marshfield, sang "The Lordís Prayer" and "Because" during the ceremony, accompanied by Miss Shirley Niemi.

 

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Selvian Krultz, Route 3, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and Mr. and Mrs. M.L. Galiger, Route 2, Antioch, Ill.

 

The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of embroidered silk Bombazine over net and taffeta featuring a Basque bodice with portrait neckline, with perarl and satin sequin trim, three-quarter length fitted sleeves and button down back.  A very bouffant skirt with embroidered panels extended from the bodice into a chapel train.  Her fingertip veil of imported bridal illusion was attached to a princess crown trimmed with rhinestones.  She wore a pearl necklace and earrings, a gift from the groom.  Her bouquet consisted of white orchids and stephanotis on a white Bible.

 

Miss Donna Krultz was her sisterís maid of honor.  Bridesmaids were Miss Joanne Bonebright, Miss Priscilla Hentz and Miss Alice Turnquist, all friends of the bride.  They all wore matching Limoges blue velveteen gowns fashioned with snug bodice, bateau necklines, push-up sleeves and circular full skirts.  They wore velveteen bow headpieces with fur accent and short circular veils and each carried white fur muffs with blue carnations to complete their costume.

 

Miss Kathryn Novobielski, friend of the bride, was flower girl.  She wore a similar blue velveteen dress and velveteen headpiece.  Master Robert Galiger, nephew of the groom, was ring bearer.

 

M. Lewis Galiger, Jr., Antioch, was his brotherís best man.  Groomsmen were Paul Klancher, R., cousin of the bride, and Ed and Ralph Krultz, brothers of the bride.  Usher was David Krultz, brother of the bride.

 

A wedding dinner and reception immediately following the ceremony for 125 guests, was held at the American Legion Hall, Owen.  Miss Dorothy Randles, Milwaukee, poured punch and handled the guest book.  Miss JoAnne Arch, Milwaukee, cut the brideís cake.

 

A special anniversary cake was present to the brideís maternal grandparents, who were celebrating their 59th wedding anniversary.

 

The mother of the bride wore a sonte green sheath with portrait collar and matching hat with gold accessories.  The groomís mother wore a black sheath with a short jacket.

 

The bride will continued studies at Marquette University and the groom is employed by Chicago Fly-Ash Co.

  

 

 


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