BioM: Dolenec, Jeanne (1960)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Dolenec, Steiner
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 06 Oct 1960
Dolenec, Jeanne (01 Oct 1960)
St. Augustine’s Catholic Church at West Allis was the setting for the wedding Saturday of Jeanne Marie Dolenec of West Allis and Thomas Walls Steiner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Steiner, Loyal.
The Rev. Alotsius Bambir performed the marriage for which the bride chose a lavish gown of chantilly lace with the bouffant skirt extending a chapel train. It was styled by a fitted by a fitted bodice with long pointed sleeves and a Sabrina neckline trimmed with sequins. Her fingertip illusion veil was caught to a crown of sequins and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of Amazon lilies centered with pale pink roses.
Following the rite a breakfast and buffet was held at the church hall.
Carol Lee Cichon of Milwaukee was matron of honor in the bridal party and aides were Mrs. Corrine Brown of West Allis and Diane Schieffer, a niece of the bride from Mil. Each wore a frock of romance blue silk organza with feathered and flowered headpiece of the same color. They carried fireside baskets with white carnations and red roses. Carolyn Schieffer of Milwaukee was the flower girl.
Best man was Eugene Cichon of Milwaukee and groomsmen were Terry Stutte of Franksville and Thomas Schneider of Milwaukee. Jon Belsiegel of West Allis and James Schieffer, a nephew of the bride from Milwaukee were ushers.
The groom graduated from Loyal High School and the bride is a graduate of Holy Angels Academy at Milwaukee. She is a legal secretary and her husband is a tool and die apprentice at the Allis Chalmers Manufacturing Company in West Allis.
After the newlyweds return from a honeymoon they will make their home at 868 South 74th St., Apt. 2, West Allis.
Those from Loyal who attended the wedding were Mr. and Mrs,\. Claude Steiner, Mr. and mrs. Hugo Stutte, Mrs. Duane Stutte and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bertz.
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