BioM: Larson, Mabel Jane (1953)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Larson, Hardwick, Haugen, Losey,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) June 18, 1953
Larson, Mabel Jane (Marriage - 6 June
Mabel Jane Larson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John
L. Larson of Mondovi, and Wayland Hardwick, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Hardwick of Humbird, were married by the Rev. P. C. Danielson
in a double ring ceremony at the Drammen Lutheran Church in Mondovi
Saturday, June 6.
Iris bouquets decorated the altar as the bride
was given in marriage by her father. She wore a gown
fashioned in Chantilly lace over a satin bodice with long sleeves,
sheer shoulder line, and a double nylon tulle full skirt extending
into a train. Her fingertip appliquéd veil was held
with orange blossoms. She carried red roses and stephanotis
on a prayer book.
Mrs. Owen Haugen, Eau Claire, was her
sister’s matron of honor, and Bethedel Hardwick, sister of
the groom, was her bridesmaid. They wore ice blue strapless
gowns of nylon net over taffeta with matching stoles and carried
colonial bouquets of yellow carnations. Dale Hardwick of
North Dakota was his brother’s best man, and Lawrence Larson,
Mondovi, brother of the bride was groomsman. Darrell Hardwick of
Humbird and Melvin Larson of Mondovi were ushers.
Harold Losey, of Humbird was soloist, with Mrs.
reception was held at the church parlors and a wedding supper was
served at the bride’s parents’ home.
Showers were given by Mrs. Haugen and Miss
Hardwick and co-workers at the U. S. Rubber Co., where the bride is
groom is employed at the National Presto Industries, Inc., at Eau
Claire. They will make their home at 1002 N. Eighth St., Eau
Clarie, after returning from a honeymoon trip into
A wedding dance was given in their honor at the Silver Dome ball room.
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