Collier wedding 1952
•NJMf Mi 19S2 Patricia Hebert^ William Collier * Are Wed Today Miss Patricia A. Hebeft became the bride of William H. Collier in files conducted' at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Louis' Chufch jn Washbufn, Wis. The Rev. Paul Boshold Boshold officiated at the nuptial high mass ceremony. The bride is tht; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Hebeft of Washburn. Washburn. The bridegroom's parents are , Mf. and Mrs. John Collier of Moni- m co. Bouquets of multi-colored gladioli • decorated the altar. Miss Ruth Steen sang three solos, "O Promise Me," "Our Father" and "Ave Maria." Maria." Organ music was provided by Mr. Newhouse. Given in marriage by her, father, •SL, the bride wore a navy blue suit and white accessories and a corsage corsage of white orchids. Miss Kathleen Collier, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Betty Steen of Milwauke and Miss Elaine Elaine Hebert, sister of the bride. The bridal attendants wore powder blue suits and white accessories. American beauty roses were in their bouquets. Joseph Holvick of Washburn was his friend's best man. Also attending attending the bridegroom were Richard Bessa of Monico and Roger Zifko of Milwaukee, cousin of the bride. ^ UsHering duties were performed by the bride's brother, Tommy Hebert, Hebert, and LeRoy Ellison, cousin of the* bride. / Mrs. Hebert selected a gray sharkskin dress and white accessories accessories for her daughter's wedding. The bridegroom's mother wore a ^' gray dress and white accessories. Both women wore red rose corsages. corsages. A reception was held following the ceremony in Club Lido in Washburn. Washburn. Tonight a wedding dance will be held at Mak's beach in Washburn. Washburn. The newlyweds will make their home in Milwaukee. Mrs. Collier is a graduate of Washburn High School with the class of 1951. She is employed as a secretary by an industrial firm in Milwaukee. Mr. Collier, Three Lakes High ^ School graduate, is a corporal in f- the U. S. Armly with 34 months -' of duty. He has served .18 months overseas, 12 of them in Korea. Out-of-town guests present at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Michael Zifko, Raymond Zifko and Connie Thoreson, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Frank McCutcheon, Corn- ^icopia, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Caseon, Bayfield.