BioM: Beyer, Elly (1953)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Beyer, Mueller
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, Wis. 01 Oct. 1953)
Beyer, Elly (Sept 1953)
Bouquets of gladiolus decorated the sanctuary of Imanuel Evangelical Lutheran Church in Marshfield during a double ring ceremony which united in marriage Miss Elly Beyer of Marshfield and Donald Mueller, Spencer. The wedding was solemnized at 1:30 by the Rev. G. M. Krueger. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Beter and the groom is the son of Mrs. John O. Mueller of Spencer, Route 2.
During the ceremony, Miss Elnora Roland sang the twenty-third Psalm and The Lord’s Prayer. Mr. George Pingl was the accompanist.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was gowned in a sheer lace over nylon tulle dress. A nylon tulle panel was highlighted by escalloped chantilly lace on either side, and extended into a long court train. Her hand rolled fingertip veil of imported sheer illusion net, was attached to a lace cap that matched her dress. A shower bouquet of stephanotis and white carnations centered with an orchid formed the bride’s bouquet.
The maid of honor, Miss Betty Beyer, sister of the bride, was attired in a dusty rose strapless taffeta formal with full bouffant double net skirt. Her three-quartered length sleeved jacket, closed with tiny lace covered buttons. A lace and floral head-piece to match her gown completed her ensemble.
Mary Ellen Mueller, cousin of the groom, and Ruth and Mary Beyer, twin sisters of the bride were attired in gowns similar to the maid of honor, except that they were peacock blue. They all carried colonial bouquets of gladioli in peach and white.
Little Kathleen Schmidt, cousin of the bride was flower girl. Her white net over taffeta dress, had a sheer nylon yoke and a full ruffled skirt and headpiece. Her bouquet was of white gladioli, similar to those of the other attendants.
Attending the groom was Alfred Beyer as best man. Other attendants were Eugene Jensen, Spencer; Wayne Korth. Marshfield and Duane Jensen, Spencer.
Usher were Heinz Beyer, brother of the bride and Arthur Schmidt, cousin of the bride.
Mrs. Beyer viewed her daughter’s wedding in a steel grey dress with black accessories and had a corsage of yellow rosebuds and white carnations. The groom’s mother was attired in teal blue dress with black accessories. She also had a corsage of yellow rose buds and white carnations.
The bride has been employed for the past several years in the office of Roddis Plywood and Veneer Co. of Marshfield, while the groom is engaged in farming at present.
For her going away attire wore a blue suit with black accessories with the orchid from her bouquet pinned to her shoulder.
A five o’clock dinner was served at the parish hall to about one hundred twenty guests, coming from Madison, Milwaukee, Chicago, Appleton, Dale, Nekoosa, Pittsville, Neillsville, Humbird, Loyal, Spencer, Sheboygan, Clam Lake and Marinette, Mich.
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