BioM: Reineck, Margaret (1964)

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Surnames: Reineck, Mayer

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 06 Aug 1964

Reineck, Margaret: ( 25 July 1964)

Miss Margaret Rose Reineck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reineck, Nillsville repeated marriage vows with LaVern Mayer the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mayer of Humbird during a 10:30 a.m.Mass in St. mary’s Catholic Church, the Rev. Bernard T. Kelly, pastor, officiated.

Organ Music was provided by Mrs. Glenn Short and St. Mary’s Church choir sang. White gladioli and roses graced the church altar.

Miss Reineck chose for her wedding gown of imported chantilly lace over bridal taffeta. It had a scalloped square neckline trimmed with iridescent sequins and from the fitted bodice flowed a bouffant skirt of Chantilly lace over tulle completed by a chapel train. Her headpiece was a crown of pearls and imported crystals to which was attached a bouffant veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and stephanotis.

Bridal aides, Mrs. Harold Kaiser of Cudahy as matron of honor, and Miss Linda Reineck, Alma Center and Mrs. Paul Mayer of Lowell, Indiana, wore street-length dresses of orchid chiffon over taffeta. They wore triple-rose headpieces of orchid chiffon trimmed with pearls and each carried a white lace fan of silk roses and feathered carnations.

Doris Mayer and Jeffery Mayer were flower girl and ring bearer.

Paul Mayer of Lowell, Indiana, was the groom’s best man and Randy Reineck, Neillsville, and David Mayer, Humbird, his groomsmen. Lowell Gesche and Harold Kaiser were ushers.

A dinner was held in the church parlors, followed by a reception at the bride’s parents home. That evening a dance was held at the Silver Dome Ballroom.

Mrs. Mayer graduated in 1959 from Neillsille and has been employed for the past five years at the Farmer’s Store there. Mr. Mayer graduated from Alma Center High School in 1953 and from Wisconsin State University River Falls in 1956. He is a fieldman for Production Credit Association of Neillsville.

After a wedding trip through the Western States the couple will reside at 1105 Brilley St. Neillsville
                 



 

 


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