BioM: Hoesley, Eileen (1965)
Poster: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Hoesley, Wucherpfennig, Kadolph, Hoefs, Bredlau
------Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 12/30/1965
Hoesley, Eileen (18 DEC 1965)
Poinsettias graced the altar as wedding vows were exchanged by Mrs. Eileen Hoesley, Neillsville, and mr. Walter E. Wucherpfennig, Loyal, Saturday, December 18, at a 12 noon service at Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal, with the Rev. A.M. Moldenhauer officiating.
Vern Dahlby sang “Today O Lord” and The Rev. A.M. Moldenhauer sang “The Lord’s Prayer” both were accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Voss at the organ.
The bride was attired in a white brocade princess styled floor length dress. Her small pillbox headpiece held a shoulder length veil. She carried a colonial bouquet which included red roses, white carnations, and lilies of the valley with streamers to match, of red rose buds.
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kadolph, Loyal, were the best man and matron of honor respectively. The bridesmaids were Miss Shirley Hoefs, Stratford and Mrs. Glen Wucherpfennig, Marshfield. David Wucherpfennig and Glen Wucherpfennig, Marshfield, the groomsmen.
The aides wore floor length frocks of red peau de soie made with bateau necklines and the filled bodices and Watteau back panels attached to the center shaped skirts. They wore white fur bands with red pouf veils and carried white carnations secured with red ribbons.
The ushers were Marvin Wucherpfennig and Alfred Bredlau who ushered the guests coming from Wausau, Chippewa Falls, Colby, Stratford, Edgar, Auburndale, Marshfield, Marathon, Unity, Granton, Waupaca, Spencer, Neillsville and Loyal.
A reception was held at the Loyal Amusements following the ceremony. A supper was served at the church hall and a dance was held that evening at the Loyal Amusements.
The bride attended school at Granton and was employed at Nefco Filter, Neillsville.
The groom graduated from Loyal High School and is employed at Seeman Services, Loyal.
The couple will make their new home in Loyal.
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