BioM: Schreier, Mildred (1963)
Surnames: Schreier, Mickett, Seufzer, Benzschawel, Depa
----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 06/27/1963
Schreier, Mildred (15 JUN 1963)
Baskets of deep pink peonies, white gladiolas, and white mums were on the altar of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Edson when Miss Mildred Schreier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Math Schreier, Stanley, became the bride of Wm. Mickett Jr. on Saturday, June 15th, 1963. Rev. Father Knopp performed the double ring ceremony at ten a.m. The senior choir sang the Nuptial Mass and Mrs. Arland Wald sang “On This Day Our Beautiful Mother,” as the bride place a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin’s altar and the groom lit a Votive light at St. Joseph’s altar.
The bride, given away by her father, wore a floor length gown of white imported hand clipped rose point lace over white satin, the basque bodice was fashioned with a Sabrina neckline and long tapered lace sleeves. The bouffant skirt of tiered ruffles was flowing into a peacock chapel train caught with tiny bows in the back. Her fingertip veil of sheer imported illusion nylon tulle hand rolled edge fell from a Queen’s crown of seed pearls. She also wore white pearl earrings. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses, entwined with her father’s white pearl First Communion Rosary and she also carried a white crystal rosary, a gift of the groom.
Miss Rita Schreier was her sisters’ maid of honor, wearing a Nile green floor length gown of Enka Nylon sheer with shirred strapless bodice and cover up jacket, full bouffant skirt with white scalloped velveray panels down the side with bow trim. The white velveray was also carried out in the jacket. She carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnations, and also carried a green crystal rosary and lace handkerchief, gifts of the bride.
Mrs. James Seufzer, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Claude Benzschawel, sister of the groom, were bridesmaids, wearing gowns styled identically to the maid of honor’s, only in pale pink, and their cascade bouquets were green tinted carnations. They all wore double crown headpieces of pearl with a full circular maline veil to match their gowns, also pearl earrings. Each carried a crystal rosary and lace handkerchiefs, gifts of the bride.
The groom’s attendants were James Seufzer, brother-in-law of the bride, and Claude Benzschawel, brother-in-law of the groom, wearing dark tuxedoes with white carnation boutonnieres. The groom wore a red rose boutonniere and the bride’s gift to the groom was a St. Joseph’s Missal prayer book.
Ushers were Peter Depa and Eugene Benzschawel, both of Thorp.
A dinner was served at 12:30 p.m. with covers for 55 guests at the Thorp Finance Dining Hall at Thorp, Wis., also a reception from 2 to 6 p.m. for 250 relatives and friends at the same place. A dance was held in the evening at the Edson Pavilion with music by the Jolly Polkateers.
Mrs. Howard Forman baked the wedding cake which was cut and served by Mrs. Gene Benzschawel and Mrs. Charles Scheinkoenig, sisters of the groom. Mrs. Peter Depa, sister of the bride, was in charge of the guests book and registered the gifts.
The bride’s mother wore a light blue sheath dress with rhinestone and beaded trimming. The groom’s mother wore a white lace and beige sheath. They both wore white accessories and a corsage of red and white roses. The groom’s grandmother of Owen was present wearing a two piece dark green dress with dark accessories. She also wore a corsage of red roses and white carnations.
Prenuptial events were a kitchen shower on May 21 by her birthday club in Marshfield, at Marshfield. A miscellaneous shower was given by her co-workers of Thorp Finance, also a miscellaneous shower given by the bride’s three sisters and mother at Sacred Heart School Hall, Edson, on June 4.
The bride, a secretary, previously employed at Karau’s Super Market, Marshfield, is presently employed at the Thorp Finance, Thorp. The groom is employed at the Acme Steel Corp., Stanley, and they make their home at Route 3, Stanley.
The couple left immediately after the dance on a trip through parts of North and South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin for one week. The bride wore for going away a pink lace over pink taffeta dress with white accessories and a red rose corsage from her bouquet.
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