BioM: Wall, Penny (1965)
Surnames: Wall, Hoeser, Crubel, Mahoney, Stevens, Swirtz, Helwig
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 08 Jul 1965
Wall, Penny (19 JUN 1965)
At a 10:30 nuptial mass on Saturday, June 19th, 1965, Miss Penny Wall became the bride of Mr. Philip John Hoeser. The ceremony was read at Holy Rosary Catholic Church at Owen, with the Rev. Hubert L. Crubel performing the ceremony.
Miss Wall is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Wall Sr. of Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hoeser of Neillsville (Clark Co.).
Mrs. W.J. Mahoney Jr. played the organ and the children’s choir sang, “Ave Maria.” The bride was escorted by her father to the altar, adorned with bouquets of gladioli.
She chose for her wedding a floor length dress of angel mist taffeta with a scoop neckline, fitted bodice and Watteau panel. Her veil was secured to a headpiece of organza petals with pearl trim and she carried a floral arrangement.
Serving as bridal aides were Mrs. Norbert Hoeser, matron of honor, and Mrs. Woodrow Wall and Mrs. Kenneth Stevens, bridesmaids. Each carried a single flower with her floor length dress of peau taffeta made in princess style with T-line skirt and bustle bow, and her bouffant veil. The dresses were in pink, aqua and maize colors.
Norbert Hoeser served as best man to the groom, with Woodrow A. Wall and Kenneth Stevens as groomsmen. Joe Swirtz and Harry Helwig served as ushers.
The wedding reception took place at the parental Wall home and the wedding dance at the Silver Dome Ballroom near Neillsville.
The bride is a graduate of the Owen-Withee High School, class of 1962, and has been employed by Fabri-Tek at Amery, Wis. The groom is a graduate of the Neillsville High School and a 1965 graduate from the technical school at Eau Claire. He is line foreman at Fabri-Tek Company at Amery.
The newlyweds will reside at Amery, Wis.
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