BioM: Dus, Arlene Ann (1973)


Surnames: Dus, Moehring, Falkowski, Cornell, Emry, Shufelt, Gabrys, Trapp, Lato, Stendal, Natz

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 04 Oct 1973

Dus, Arlene Ann (18 Aug 1973)

A floor length gown designed of French Crepe and daisy designed Venice lace, featuring a scalloped empire bodice of lace with button trim, long fitted sleeves and a mandarin collard with a crepe skirt accent with a satin ribbon sash and streamers, was selected by Miss Arlene Ann Dus for her marriage Saturday, August 18, 1973, to Ronald D. Moehring. Completing the bridal ensemble was a cathedral length mantilla of imported illusion, completely edged with Venice lace, caught to a pillbox type crown. The bride carried an arrangement of Tropicana roses, white baby pom poms and baby’s breath.

Father Thomas Falkowski performed the 1:30 p.m. double ring ceremony in St. Mary’s Polish National Catholic Church at Lublin.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dus, Lublin, and Mrs. Carol Cornell, Sheldon, and Mr. George Moehring, Cullman, Alabama.

Floor length apricot colored crepe gowns featuring a slitted mandarin collar edged with hairpin lace, and long sheer sleeves were worn by the attendants, Mrs. Frances Emry, sister of the bride, matron of honor, Mrs. Shirley Shufelt and Misses Margie Gabrys and Karen Trapp, all friends of the bride. Each wore a matching apricot colored wide brimmed hat with flowing satin ribbons and carried a bouquet of rust pom poms and yellow daisies.

Attending the groom were Frank Lato, Madison, best man, Bill Natz and Fred Stendal, all friends of the groom, and Frank Dus, brother of the bride. Ushering duties were shared by Ken Cornell and Raymond Dus.

The wedding reception and dance took place at Koolmo’s Ballroom, Gilman. Guests came from Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Illinois, Eau Claire, Madison, Sheldon, Jump River, Glen Flora, Thorp, Stanley and Lublin.

The newlyweds are making their home in Madison, where Mrs. Moehring is employed as a secretary at the State Capitol, and Mr. Moehring is employed at General Motors Corporation, Janesville.



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