BioM: Tolaney, Angeline R. (1963)
Surnames: Tolaney, O'Brian, Lamovec, Nikolai
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 07 Nov 1963
Tolaney, Angeline R. (26 OCT 1963)
On Saturday, October 26, 1963, Miss Angeline Tolaney of Milwaukee, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tolaney of Willard (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Alvin P. O'Brian of Clintonville, at 11:45 a.m. at Holy Family Catholic Church at Willard. Father Wm. V. Nikolai officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father.
The bride was attired in a white silk organza over taffeta gown styled with a fitted bodice that buttoned down the back. Chantilly lace trims bodice, and full length fitted sleeves, scallop sweetheart neckline. Bouffant skirt of silk organza had scalloped panels around the entire skirt and cathedral train, hand rolled lace roses scattered here and there set off the fullness of her gown and train.
Her veil was a rose headpiece which held her three tier petal veil of illusion. She carried white roses and stephanotis.
The matron of honor was Mrs. Jerry O'Brian of Racine. The bridesmaid was the bride's sister, Marjorie Tolaney. They wore street length dresses of blue lace and carried aqua baby mums centered with white roses.
Best man was Jerry O'Brian, Racine. Groomsman was John Tolaney, and ushers were Roger O'Brian, Racine, and Tony Tolaney.
Organ music was played by Mrs. Henry Lamovec.
A wedding reception was held at West Side Hall, Willard, followed by dinner and supper for 125 guests.
The bride graduated from Greenwood High School and is employed at A.G. & F. Insurance Co., Milwaukee. The groom attended school at Racein and Greenwood High School. He is employed at Racine.
The young couple will reside in Milwaukee.
Out of town guests at the wedding were groom Racine, Milwaukee, Janesville, Clintonville, Chicago, Ill., Lyons, Ill., Hillside, Ill., Stevens Point, Greenwood and Neillsville.
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