BioM: Haselow, Marliss (1962)


Surnames: Haselow, Knoll, Vajgrt, Dahlby, Englebretson, Knoll, Simonson, Jennings Clintsman

----- Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/18/1962

----- Haselow, Marliss (13 OCT 1962)

Miss Marliss Haselow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haselow, route 2, Spencer, became the bride of James C. Knoll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Knoll, Granton (Clark Co., Wis.) The ceremony was performed Saturday, Oct. 13, 1962, at two o'clock in the afternoon. Officiating at the rites, during which Mr. Haselow gave his daughter in marriage, was the rev. A.M. Moldenhauer from the Trinity Lutheran Church in Loyal. The altar was decorated with a Bethlehem star, red, bronze and white mums and white hygenraniums. Miss Julie Ann Vajgrt was the organist and Mr. Vern Dahlby sang "I Love Your Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer."

The bride entered the church carrying an arrangement of red roses and white carnations. She wore a floor length gown of Chantilly lace and nylon organdy. It was designed with scalloped Sabrina neckline. The bouffant skirt had nylon organdy and galoon lace panels over taffeta and Chantilly flounce lace ruffles cascading down the back. Flowing from her pearl crown was a nylon sheer fingertip veil.

Miss Carol Haselow, Colby, was the maid of honor. Miss Judy Englebretson, Greenwood, Miss Veryl Haselow, Spencer, were the bridesmaids. They each carried floral arrangements of pompons and yellow carnations. Their street length dresses were royal blue with the maid of honor's being fluer brocade and the bridesmaids' were faille taffeta. The dresses had fitted cummerbunds with wide bows and sashes and fully gathered skirts. Their headpieces were sprays of pearlized orange blossoms with rhinestones, to which face veils were attached.

Gordon Haselow, Spencer, was the best man. Donald Knoll, Granton and Richard Simonson, Loyal, the groomsmen. Howard Jennings and Dale Clintsman were the ushers.

A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, followed by a wedding dance that evening at the Granton Village Hall.

The bride is a 1962 graduate of Loyal High School. The groom is employed at the York Dairy.



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