BioM: Albert, Eleanore R. (?)
Contact: Allan Wessel
Albert, Walloch, Reding, Markworth, Kron
----Source: No Date - Possibly Greenwood Gleaner
Albert, Eleanore R. (Marriage - ?)
Miss Eleanore R. Albert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Walloch of Rudolph, became the bride of Sylvester A. Walloch of Janesville, son of Mrs. Johanna Walloch of Wisconsin Rapids, at a ceremony performed Saturday afternoon, November 6 at 1:30 o'clock at SS Peter and Paul parish house in Wisconsin Rapids by Monsignor William Reding. Bouquets of vari-colored chrysanthemums and ferns decorated the parish house. Many relatives and friends were present to witness the ceremony.
White cut velvet fashioned the bridal gown, which was made on empire lines. Self material buttons trimmed the back of the fitted bodice from waist to neckline, which was topped with a Queen Anne collar. A pearl clip adorned the square cowl neck, and two rows of shirring extended from neckline to waist, forming a fitted bodice. The sleeves were puffed at the shoulder, narrowing down to close fitting points over the wrists. A long graceful train fell from a flared skirt. The bride wore a double veil of soft illusion, falling from a tiny crown of seed pearls and rhinestones. The top veil was of fingertip length, edged with wide Spanish lace shirred at the round corners, while the long under veil was also edged in lace with similar shirrings. She carried a shower bouquet of bronze Talisman roses and baby breath showered with tiny gold chrysanthemums tied with trailing gold maline ribbons.
Mrs. David Markworth of Wisconsin Rapids, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a wine colored transparent velvet gown with a high neckline with drop shoulders of wine chiffon, edged with a velvet ruffle and short puffed sleeves. A velvet ruffle also trimmed the hemline of the skirt. She wore a braided coronet of the velvet edged in gold as a headdress, and gold kid slippers, and carried an arm bouquet of gold colored chrysanthemums.
Another sister of the bride, Mrs. Harold Kron of Milwaukee, was bridesmaid. Her sapphire blue moire gown had a fitted jacket with puffed sleeves and a row of tiny ruffles at the bottom of the skirt. A wine colored velvet halo with a face veil and wine colored suede sandals completed her costume, and she carried a colonial bouquet of bronze and gold pom-poms. Michael Walloch of Wisconsin Rapids was best man for his brother.
The bride's mother wore a crepe and lace gown of Wallis blue with deep blue accessories, while the groom's mother wore black and white alpaca crepe with black accessories.
Seventy five guests attended a dinner served later that afternoon at the Albert home at Rudolph. Baskets of flowers and white tapers in silver candelabra were the decorations.
Mrs. Walloch who was graduated from the Rudolph High school and the Stevens Point Teachers college, has been teaching at the Violet school in Portage county for the past seven years. Mr. Walloch is employed with the Fisher Body division of the General Motors corporation at Janesville where they will make their home.
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