BioM: Kaiser, Corrine Helen (1968)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Kaiser, Hinker, Worzella, Arch, Thome

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/09/1968

Kaiser, Corrine Helen (Marriage - 4 May 1968)

Nuptial vows were exchanged in a double ring ceremony Saturday in St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Stratford by Corrine Helen Kaiser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kaiser of Rt. 1 Stratford, and Francis Raymond Hinker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Hinker of Rt. 1 Greenwood. Bouquets of assorted pastel flowers graced the altar as the Rev. Edwin J. Thome performed the ceremony.

The bride entered the church with her father wearing a white, floor-length gown of imported rayon organza and Chantilly lace. Lace fashioned the fitted bodice and the inserts on the skirt front and back, with tiers of lace ending in a chapel train. The skirt front and the rounded neckline featured sequin and pearl trim. A bouffant veil billowed from a double-tiered crown of solid seed pearls and borealis crystals. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses, accented with stephanotis and natural foliage.

Attendants were Mrs. Lester Kaiser of Stratford, as matron-of-honor; bridesmaids were Miss Marietta Kaiser of Stratford, Mrs. Gerald Worzella of Stevens Point, Mrs. James Hinker of Greenwood and Mrs. Frank Arch, Jr., of Greenwood. They were seen in floor-length Nile green, empire-styled gowns with sheer coats of georgette over taffeta. Their matching headpieces held small veils. Each carried one large glamelia tinted light green with natural foliage.

The groom’s attendants were: Lester Hinker, best man; Robert Hinker, Gerald Worzella, James Hinker and Frank Arch, Jr., groomsmen; ushers were Donald Kaiser of Marshfield and Jerry Hinker of Greenwood.

The nuptial music was furnished by the Men’s choir of the church, accompanied by Miss Florence Kaiser.

Following their return from a wedding trip through the Middle Western states, Mr. and Mrs. Hinker will reside at 908A W. Arnold Street, Marshfield, where Mrs. Hinker is employed in a bank. Mr. Hinker works in Spencer.



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