BioM: Kaldunski, Marjorie (1957)
Surnames: Kaldunski, Diers, Bollech, Stencil, Amacher, Hargraves,
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Marjorie (Marriage - 21 Sept. 1957)
The Rev. F.
Diers read the marriage ceremony which united his nephew, Sylvester
Diers, and Miss Marjorie Kaldunski in marriage. Vows were exchanged
at 9:30 Saturday morning at St. Anthony’s Catholic church,
Athens, before a nuptial high mass.
The bride is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kaldunski, of Athens, and the
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diers, Route 2,
wore a beautiful gown of rose point lace over lustrous satin. The
fitted bodice had a yoke of nylon tulle with a rolled collar
trimmed with seed pearls and iridescent sequins. The long, lace
sleeves tapered over the wrists in points. The full skirt had tiers
of lace extending into a long train, which was later bustled. Her
imported French silk illusion veil cascaded to her finger tips from
a crown trimmed with seed pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade
bouquet of red roses and white chrysanthemums, interspersed with
attendants were dressed alike in Nile green nylon. They wore lace
jackets over the gathered net bodices and rows of ruffles detailed
the bottom of the full lace skirt. In their hair, they wore
matching tiaras made of horsehair braid. Green satin bows tied
their cascade bouquets of yellow and white
the bride were Miss Patricia Bollech, of Athens, friend of the
bride, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Virginia Diers,
Minneapolis, sister of the groom; Miss Virginia Stencil,
Marshfield, cousin of the bride, and Miss Marlene Amacher, of
Colby, cousin of the groom.
Jane Hargraves, Wausau, was the miniature bride at her aunt’s
wedding. She carried a miniature cascade bouquet of yellow and
white chrysanthemums, tied with white satin.
Kaldunski, of Athens, brother of the bride, was best man. Others
attending the groom were Jack Plumb, Minneapolis, friend of the
groom; Elmer Kaldunski, Athens, brother of the bride, and Elroy
Diers, Athens, brother of the groom.
James Gierl, Athens, and Norman Diers, Athens, brother of the
roses and white carnations were combined with silver ribbon for the
corsages, worn by the mothers and pink and white carnations were
used for the grand mothers.
breakfast and supper at 4:30 were served in the school hall. In the
afternoon, at 2:00 o’clock, a wedding reception was held at
Trianon ball room. Here the new Mr. and Mrs. Diers also greeted
friends at a wedding dance from 8:00 to 12:00
Mr. and Mrs.
Diers left on a honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin and after
Sept. 29 will be at home to friends in Abbotsford where the groom
is employed at Wyman’s Red Owl Store. Before her marriage,
the bride was employed at Marathon Rubber Products, at
Guests attending the wedding came from Ohio, Chicago, Minneapolis, Marshfield, Wausau, Mosinee, Stratford, Edgar, Athens, and Abbotsford.
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