BioM: Krahnke, Carol Ann (1957)
Surnames: Krahnke, Riedel, Sigwalt, Sentz, Kapel, Thelke, Dohrman,
Swett, Krenzien, Hollinger, Gribble, Krohnke
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.)
Carol Ann (Marriage - 19 Oct. 1957)
Ann Krahnke and Rodney Gerhardt Riedel exchanged marriage vows at a
4:00 p.m. ceremony Saturday at the First English Lutheran church,
Whitewater, with the Rev. Warren K. Sigwalt
the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence E. Krohnke, Whitewater, and
Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt H. Riedel, Colby.
was attired in a gown of peau de soie fashioned with sweetheart
neckline outlined with Alencon lace. A lace half-hat trimmed with
pearls and sequins secured her silk illusion finger tip veil and
she carried a cascade bouquet of white and pink roses and
stephanotis, centered with a white orchid.
maid of honor was Mrs. Donald Sentz, Milwaukee, a cousin of the
brides, wearing a waltz length, princess styled gown in two tone
blue taffeta. The bridesmaids, Misses Betty Kapel, Edgar; Ruth
Thielke, Ripon; Diantha Dohrman, Oshkosh, and Mrs. Lee Swett,
Kenosha, wore frocks of two tone pink taffeta in waltz length
princess style. They all carried bouquets of roses and blue
Attired in a
frock of the style and color of Mrs. Sentz was the junior
bridesmaid, Miss Donna Jean Braunschweig, a cousin of the bride.
Pamela Brick was flower girl.
Riedel, of Colby, was the best man and groomsmen were Norbert
Riedel, Marshfield; Marvin Braunschweig, Farmington, and Donald
Sentz, Milwaukee, cousins of the bride and groom, and Larry
Krenzien of Los Alamos, N.M. Junior groomsman was Donald Krahnke,
and Dean Hollinger was ring bearer. Ushering was done by Charles
Brick and Joseph Gribble, Jr.
the couple wore frocks of rose cape with white accessories for Mrs.
Krahnke and sandalwood nylon lace with matching accessories for
Mrs. Riedel. Each wore a white orchid corsage.
dinner was served to 400 at the Whitewater armory.
The new Mrs.
Riedel attended school at Whitewater and is a graduate of Oshkosh
State College and is now teaching third grade at Lincoln school at
Marshfield. Her husband, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin,
is now employed as a laboratory technician at Wuerthrick’s
Creamery, at Greenwood.
The young couple will reside at 301 South Cherry Avenue, Marshfield, on their return from a honeymoon in the West.
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