Mr. and Mrs. George A. Albert, Menomonee Falls, are announcing the Saturday,
June 3 marriage of their daughter, Sandra Ellen, to Richard Clayton Deneseus
at Mount Carmel Lutheran church, the Rev. W.R. Huseby officiating at the 4
The bride, a former Wauwatosan, selected a sheath gown of peau se soie with
re-embroidered alencon lace trimming the scoop neckline and circling the
full overskirt. Her veil of silk illusion and fingertip length, was held by
a crown of seed pearls and crystal and she carried roses and stephanotis.
Chosen as maid of honor was Miss Karen Carnelly, 197 N. 123rd st. Aides
were Miss Nancy Hoefs, 7007 W. Lloyd st.; Miss Gail Albert, Germantown, a
cousin of the bride; Miss Jean Vogel, 2223A Wauwatosa ave.; and Miss
Patricia Leideritz, 11034 W. Hope ave.
The five were similarly attired in lilac frocks of chiffon with taffeta
underskirts. Pink Carnations which formed their bouquets also were used in
the headpieces they wore.
Lyman Newton, Ripon, was best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton
Deneseus, 4136 Fond du Lac ave., Milwaukee. Ushers were Larry Albert,
brother of the bride; Edward Petko, Milwaukee, a cousin of the bride, Robert
Kemoke, Hammond, Ind.; Donald Radtke, Milwaukee; Tom Lloyd, Milwaukee; and
Mel Laabs, 9805 W. Wisconsin ave.
The couple was feted at a buffet supper and reception at the Bowlero.
Greeting guests, Mrs. Albert was seen in a blue silk taffeta sheath dress
with an overskirt. She wore accessories in blue and a corsage of pink roses
combined with white carnations. The bridegroom's mother pinned a white
orchid to her dress, which was a pink silk chiffon dress. Apple green was
her accessory color.
After a trip to Niagara Falls and Canada, the couple now is living at 2127A
W. Hampton ave., Milwaukee. Mrs. Deneseus is a dental assistant and her
husband is employed as an interior decorator.
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