BioM: Wolf, June (1958)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Wolf, Marvin
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI 07 AUG 1985)
Wolf, June (02 AUG 1958)
Wearing a street length gown of white nylon net and lace over taffeta, a finger-tip veil caught to a crown style headdress studded with pearls, and carrying a bouquet of red roses and white gardenias, centered with an orchid. Miss June Marie Wolf, Loyal, was given in marriage by her father to Kenneth Richard Marvin, Evansville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolf, Loyal, and Mr. and Mrs. William Marvin, Greenwood.
The Rev. Norbert King officiated at the nuptial ceremony at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, August 2, in St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Loyal.
For her matron of honor the bride chose Mrs. Norman Wolf, Loyal, her sister-in-law. Three sisters, Virginia, Janet and Delores Wolf, and a cousin of the groom, Shirley Abel were bridesmaids. Her attendants wore ballerina length gowns of nylon over blue taffeta, with matching cummerbunds. Mrs. Wolf carried pink roses and white gardenias and the bridesmaids carried pink carnations and white gardenias.
Twins, Laurette Wolf, sister of the bride, and Larry Wolf, brother of the bride, were respectively, flower girl and ring bearer.
Norman Wolf served as best man and groomsmen were his cousin, Richard Abel of Greenwood; Jerry and Brian Schmidt of Neillsville, cousins of the bride, and Marlon Schmitz of Chili. Harry Marvin, Loyal, uncle of the groom, and Merlin Gardner, Marshfield, brother-in-law of the bride, ushered.
While the bride placed a bouquet of red roses at the altar of the Blessed Virgin, her sister, Mrs. Merlin Gardner, sang Ave Maria. She was accompanied by the choir.
Dinner with 130 guests and supper with 150 guests, was served in the church dining hall, and a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents.
The bride attended Loyal High School and the groom, Greenwood High School. When the couple return from a honeymoon in Northern Wisconsin, they will live in Evansville where the groom is employed by May Bros. Inc.
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