BioM: Rose, Shirley Mae (1961)
Surnames: Hagen, Liazuk, Rose, Foster, Matthews, Overman, Wright, Tieman
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 11/09//1961
Rose, Shirley Mae (14 OCT 1961)
Holy Cross Church, Cornell, was the setting chosen by Miss Shirley Mae Rose, daughter of Mrs. Ingwald Hagen, as she exchanged her wedding vows on Oct. 14, 1961 with Dean Arden Liazuk. The Rev. Carl Meyer read the double ring ceremony at eleven o’clock a.m. before an altar adorned with bouquets of white, turquoise and pumpkin mums. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Liazuk, Stanley.
White satin organza and lace were worn by the bride as she was given in marriage by her uncle, Ralph Rose. The Sabrina neckline of the bridal gown was trimmed with pearls and sequins and the long sleeves were tapered at the wrists. The bouffant skirt ended in a chapel train. A crystal crown held her fingertip veil in place and she carried a bouquet of white mums and pink carnations.
Matron of honor for the bride was her sister, Dotty Foster. She wore a pumpkin dress of satin in street length. Her white pillbox hat of ostrich feathers featured a pumpkin veil. The bridesmaids were Miss Charlotte Matthews, friend of the bride, and Miss Wanda Liazuk, sister of the groom. They were both attired in satin dresses in turquoise and each wore a white hat with matching veil. Each aide also carried a white muff with one large mum dyed to match her dress.
Vernon Overman, friend of the groom, was the best man. Duane Liazuk, brother of the groom, and Roger Wright, nephew of the bride, were the groomsmen. Ushering the guests to their seats were Donald Rose, brother of the bride, and Dale Tieman, brother-in-law of the groom.
A dinner was served following the ceremony at Koolmo’s with members of the immediate family and the bridal party present. A reception was held at the same place later. Bouquets of white, pink and bronze mums were used in decoration.
The bride’s mother was present in a fuchsia dress with black and white accessories, and the mother of the groom chose a turquoise dress with brown accessories for the occasion.
The young Mr. and Mrs. Liazuk left for Anchorage, Alaska where they will reside until the groom finishes serving with the U.S. Army in September of 1962. The young people are graduate of Thorp and Cornell High Schools, respectively.
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