BioM: Smith, Evelyn Rosalie #2 (1956)
Surnames: Smith, Pagels, Barron, Bryant, Groves, Miller, Emery
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 06/07/1956
Smith, Evelyn Rosalie (Marriage - 26 May
Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Pagles are now at
home to friends in Chicago. They repeated marriage vows during a
2:00 o’clock ceremony Saturday afternoon, May 26, in the
Assembly of God church at Abbotsford with the Rev. Walter B.
Barron, of Spencer, officiating.
Parents of the bride, the former Miss
Evelyn Rosalie Smith, are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith, Route 1,
Unity. Her husband is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pagles, of
Route 5, Marshfield.
After the marriage service, the newlyweds
greeted friends at a reception in the church parlors, followed by a
supper at 4:00 o’clock.
Embroidered net over satin, fashioned the
gown donned by the bride. The bodice, finished with a round
neckline, featured long sleeves that came to points over the
wrists. A close fitting cloche secured her long, flowing veil. In
her arms she carried an arrangement of red roses and white
The floor length frocks worn by the
bridal aides were made alike. Similar, too, were their bouquets of
carnations and rosebuds in colors to match their dresses. Serving
as maid of honor in a yellow gown was Miss Lila Smith, a sister of
the bride, of Unity. Bridesmaid Miss Beverly Bryant, a cousin of
the groom, Route 5, was dressed in blue.
Attending the groom were George Pagles, a
brother of the groom, Route 5, Marshfield, as best man; Delmar
Groves, Lake Zurich, Ill., a cousin of the bride, and Clifford
Pagles, Route 5, a brother of the groom, as ushers.
Miss Lynn Miller, Monroe Center, a niece of the groom, was flower girl. She wore a miniature replica of the bride’s gown. Her escort was Brian Emery, a cousin of the bride, from Minneapolis *** Note: The rest of the article was cut off and was not available at the time of transcription.
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