Walter Oakley Weds Miss Isabelle Maas
Miss Isabelle Maas, daughter of Mrs. Joseph Maas, Milwaukee,
became the bride of Walter Oakley, son of Mr. And Mrs.
Raymond Oakley, Kaukauna, at 10:30 Wednesday morning
in the rectory of the Congregational church, The Rev. G.C. Churchill
of Menasha read the services.
The bride wore a white gown with lace from the neckline to the waist.
Her short sleeves were puffed at the shoulder with lace and
around her neck she wore a string of pearls.
A long trailing veil, which fell from a crown of seed pearls,
was strikingly beautiful. Her bouquet was made up of red roses,
babybreaths, snapdragons and carnations tied with a large white bow.
Miss Jean Maas, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Alfred Oakley, sister-in-law
of the groom, were bridesmaids. Miss Maas was clad in a pink taffeta
gown with a square neckline and puffed sleeves
and wore a string of pearls around her neck. Mrs.
Oakley was clad in a blue taffeta gown with a square
neckline and puffed sleeves and wore a blue necklace.
Both wore in their hair sprays of flowers matching
their gowns and carried a waist bouquet of mixed flowers.
The groom was attended by his brother, Alfred Oakley, and
Howard Mielke. The attendants wore red roses in their coat
lapels while the groom wore a white carnation. The father of
the bride and the parents of the groom each wore a red rose.
After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the
bride's parents, where dinner and supper were served. Cut
flowers and a large wedding cake between two smaller cakes
served as table decorations.
In the evening a wedding dance was held at Waverly Beach.
The newlyweds will reside with the groom's parents.
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