BioM: Herdrich, Veryl (1965)

Poster:  Betty Comstock


Surnames: Herdrich, Holmes, Sanders, Kollsmansberger, Dahl  

------Source:  Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 02/18/1965

Herdrich, Veryl (13 FEB 1965)

Miss Veryl Herdrich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reno Herdrich, Loyal was given in marriage by her father to Richard Angus Holmes, 116 West Washington, Tomahawk, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.T. Holmes, Tomahawk on Saturday, February 13.

The Rev. Alden M. Moldenhauer officiated at the 7 p.m. candlelight services at the Trinity Lutheran Church at Loyal.  Mrs. Bob (Dorothy) Herdrich, Eau Claire, furnished the organ music and accompanied Mr. Norman Maxwell of Marshfield as he sang “Oh Perfect Love” and “The Wedding Prayer”.

Miss Herdrich selected for her wedding a street length gown with a scooped neck, fitted bodice with contoured cumberbund made of white velveteen. Her fingertip veil was secured to a heart shaped white velveteen headpiece.  The dress was set off with matching crystal earrings and necklace.  Her bridal bouquet was an open lace heart made of miniature white lilies, white baby carnations with clusters of red baby rosebuds at center of the top of the heart and red rosebuds were woven into short trailing white ribbons.

Mrs. Roger Sanders, Tomahawk, sister of the groom was matron of honor.  Her dress of red velveteen was identical to the bride’s.  A short veil fell from a red heart shaped headpiece.  She carried red and white carnations arranged in an open heart shaped bouquet.

Roger Sanders, Tomahawk, brother-in-law of the groom was best man.  The ushers were Jimmy Kollsmansberger and Roger Dahl, nephews of the bride.

The bride’s mother attended the wedding in a cranberry red wool suite and wore a corsage of white carnations.  The groom’s mother wore a blue and white jersey dress with white pearl earrings.  Her corsage was of white carnations.

The reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents immediately following the ceremony.

The bride is a graduate of Loyal High School and of the Hamline University, School of nursing at St. Paul, Minnesota, and was also employed at St. Joseph Hospital.

The groom graduated from Tomahawk High School at Tomahawk.  He was employed at Tomahawk Boat Mfg. Corp. in Tomahawk.

After a wedding trip through the Western states they will reside there.

Guests attending the wedding came from Tomahawk, Marshfield, Pittsville, Spencer, Greenwood, Elk Mound, Neillsville, Eau Claire, Falls Church, Virginia and Loyal.




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