BioM: Noeldner, Eleanor B. (1966)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Noeldner, Johnson, Koenig, Oswald, Myhrwold, Moldenhauer
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/22/1966
Noeldner, Eleanor B. (Marriage - 17 September 1966)
Miss Eleanor B. Noeldner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Noeldner of Loyal, and Harry D. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson of Greenwood, exchanged nuptial vows in a double ring ceremony performed Saturday at 1 p.m. by the Rev. A. M. Moldenhauer in Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a floor length gown with fitted bodice of nylon sheer over Chantilly lace, featuring a bateau neckline. A small bow trimmed the front waistline of the controlled skirt of nylon sheer over taffeta, the back having a Watteau panel with bow trim. Her fingertip veil was secured to a crown of lace edged with pearls and accented with aurora borealis crystal trim. She carried a bouquet of red Sweetheart roses with stephanotis.
Miss Brenda Noeldner, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Miss Gloria Koenig of Wausau was bridesmaid. The attendants wore floor length formals styled with bateau necklines on bodices of moss green velvet. Empire waistlines accented the A-line skirts of brocade. Moss green double bow headpieces held their halo veils. They carried white chrysanthemums with yellow roses.
Sam Johnson of Greenwood was bestman for his brother. Dale Johnson of Eau Claire, another brother, was groomsman. Ushers were Ray Johnson of Greenwood and Gary Oswald of Marshfield.
Donald Noeldner of Greenwood and Nathan Noeldner of Loyal, brothers of the bride, sang the wedding song. They were accompanied on the organ by Debbie Myhrwold of Greenwood.
A 1966 graduate of the North Central Technical Institute, the bride is employed in the accounting department of a Marshfield factory. The groom is employed by the Clark Electric Cooperative.
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