BioM: Treankler, Darlyne June (1955)
Surnames: Treankler, Haralson, Stange, Schraufnagel, Lukowicz, Schulz
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 06/30/1955
Treankler, Darlyne June (Marriage -
Miss Darlyne June Treankler chose for her
wedding day, June 27, the anniversary of her parents’ wedding
day. At 1:00 o’clock, Monday, marriage vows between Miss
Darlyne Treankler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Treankler and
Pvt. Donald Haralson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Haralson, of Owen,
were exchanged in a double ring ceremony, with the Rev. Raymond
Schulz, of St. Bernard’s Catholic church
The bride’s gown was designed with
a fluted bodice of Chantilly type lace over satin net yoke topped
with a mandarin collar, long lace sleeves coming to points over the
hand. Tiny lace covered buttons closed the bodice down the back.
The floor length skirt, of fully gathered nylon net over
traditional bridal satin was detailed with lace panels running
throughout the skirt. Her finger tip of nylon tulle was attached to
an open crown with seed pearl and sequin trim. A white orchid
centered her cascade bouquet of pink garnet rose and white
Mrs. Allen Stange, of Loyal, served her
sister as matron of honor. Cousins of the bride, Miss Vergene
Treankler, Stratford, and Miss Joyce Schraufnagel, Abbotsford, were
bridesmaids. They were all dressed alike in frocks of summer blue.
The strapless, fitted lace bodices over taffeta were topped with a
matching lace cape. Nylon net over taffeta formed tiers down the
entire floor length skirt. White and blue feathered carnations were
used in their head pieces. The matron of honor carried a cascade
bouquet of white carnations tied with pink satin ribbon and the
bridesmaids carried pink carnations tied with white
Miss Gloria Schraufnagel, of Neillsville,
another cousin, was flower girl and was dressed like the bride. She
carried a nosegay of white carnations and pink garnet
Dwight Treankler, brother of the bride, was best man. Allen Stange, of Loyal, and Phillip Lukowicz, of Oewen, friends of the groom, were ushers, while Pat Schraufnagel, Colby, cousin of the bride, carried the rings on a satin pillow. White dinner jackets and black trousers were worn by the men. Their boutonnieres were pink carnations.
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