BioM: Lesar, Adeline Mae (1959)
Surnames: Lesar, Krembs, Trunkel, Lamovec, Kratochvil, Nosal, Vetter, Hoeser, Zorman, Svete
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 10 Sep 1959
Lesar, Adeline Mae (29 AUG 1959)
Holy Family Catholic Church in Willard (Clark Co., Wis.) was the scene of the Nuptial Mass which united Miss Adeline Mae Lesar of Madison and Frederick John Krembs of Stevens Point in marriage Saturday, August 29th, 1959. The Rev. Augustine Svete officiated at the 12:30 ceremony. Mrs. Henry Lamovec, the bride's aunt, was the organist, and was assisted with singing by Miss Agnes Lesar, the bride's aunt, and Mrs. John Trunkel.
For her marriage, the bride chose a gown of lace and crystalette. Its lace bodice, studded with sequins, had short sleeves and a scalloped Italian neckline, while the bouffant skirt of crystalette featured a chapel train. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried and orchid and stephanotis on a white prayer book. She was accompanied to the white gladioli decorated altar by her father.
Miss Bette Lou Kratochvil, Wausau, was her maid of honor, with Miss Lois Nosal, Jim Fslls, as her bridesmaid, and Roberta Lesar, her sister, as flower girl.
The bridal aides appeared in pale blue frocks. Their lace and satin bodices had short sleeves and scalloped necklines, and their satin skirts were semi-flared. Blue and white fall mums were in their bouquets.
The flower girl's dress of white lace had a white taffeta cummerbund. She carried a basket of larkspurs, which the bride presented at the Blessed Virgin Altar.
Mr. Krembs had his cousin, Richard Vetter, Stevens Point, as his best man, and his bride's brother, Donald Lesar, Milwaukee, as his groomsman. Ushering were Pter Krembs, Milwaukee, his brother, and Bernard Lesar, Willard, the bride's brother.
Immediately following the nuptials, a dinner was served in the church hall, where 250 guests wwere present. A reception followed at the same place. White and blue streamers and white bells decorated the hall. Mrs. Ronald Hoeser and Mrs. Edward Zorman, Loyal, cut the cake.
Mr. Krembs, who attended Stevens Point schools and St. Thomas Military Academy, St. Paul, will resume his studies in electrical engineering at the University of Wisconsin, Madison, in September. His bride attended Willard and Greenwood school and was graduated from St. Joseph's School of Nursing, Marshfield. She is employed at the University Hospitals, Madison.
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