BioM: Nielsen, Dawn Eloise (1956)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Nielsen, Stucki, Kurth,
Maxwell, Manz, Bremer, Hagie, Henderlong, Blood, Grether
----Source: Clark County Press
(Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) June 21, 1956
Nielsen, Dawn Eloise (Marriage - 13 June
The Zion Evangelical and Reformed Church
was the scene Wednesday evening of the marriage of Dawn Eloise
Nielsen and David Richard Stucki. In a candlelight ceremony,
at 6:30 p.m. the Rev. Benjamin Stucki and the Rev. J. W. Grether
performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with
iris and peonies.
The bride, given in marriage by her
father, wore the traditional white. Her gown was fashioned in
princess style with lace over taffeta and was complete with long
mitts. Her shoulder length veil fell from a lace cap.
She carried a lace fan with small red rose buds for her
Miss Roberta Kurth was the bride’s
William Stucki of Madison was his
brother’s bestman. Attending to ushering duties at the
church were Raymond Maxwell of Brodhead, Forrest Nielsen and Paul
Little Wendy Sue Nielsen and Deborah Bremer served the bride as flower girls.
Miss Mary Lou Hagie, friend of the bride,
sang, "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord’s Prayer."
Following the ceremony a reception for
100 guests was held at the Winnebago Indian School.
Upon their return from a wedding trip to
Chetek and Plymouth, the young couple will be at home to their
friends, at 1210 W. 5th Street, Neillsville.
The bride will attend Mission House
College at Plymouth this fall; and the groom is now attending
Mission House College in his junior year.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
George Nielsen of Neillsville and the Rev. and Mrs. Benjamin
Stucki, also of Neillsville.
Out of town relatives attending the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Maxwell and family, Brodhead; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nielsen, Hancock; Mrs. Lawrence Henderlong, Detroit, Mich.; Willis, Henry and Wilbur Blood of Wisconsin Rapids.
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