BioM: Tytor, Trudy Arlene (1970)


Surnames: Tytor, Jischke, Peissig, Wuethrich, Roach, Elquist, Miller, Pizzichini

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 30 Apr 1970

Tytor, Trudy Arlene (11 APR 1970)

Miss Trudy Arlene Tytor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Tytor, Route 2, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Robert Georg Jischke, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Jischke of Sister Bay on Saturday, April 11, 1970 at 2:00 p.m. at Our Lady of the Rosary, Medford, Wis. Father Joseph N. Miller officiated.

As the bride approached the altar she was seen in a floor length high waisted gown of peau de soi, with a detachable train. Chantilly lace around the Nehrue neckline, cuffs and appliqued train. The sleeves were long and full and she wore a short chapel veil of Chantilly lace. This was all hand sewn by the bride. She carried a cascade of daisies.

Miss Diane Peissig was matron of honor and Mrs. Dallas Wuethrich, Rose Ann Pizzichini, and Elizabeth Jischke were bridesmaids. Each girl wore a floor length high wiasted gown of majestic blue peau de soie, with long full sleeves, the same style as the bride’s and also sewn by the bride. Each girl carried a cascade of daisies tinted the color of their dresses.

Serving as best man was Edward Roach, Madison, Roy Elquist, Sister Bay, John Jischke, Milwaukee, and Neal Tytor of Withee were groomsmen.

A reception was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall.

The bride graduated from Owen-Withee High School and Madison Academy of Beauty Culture, and is a beautician at Gimbels in Madison. The groom attended Gibraltar High School in Ssiter Bay,a dn is a meat cutter for Kmart Foods.

The couple received guests from Illinois, Madison, Sister Bay, Owen, Withee, New Richmond and Medford.

The newlyweds are living in Madison.



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