1959 Apr 8-sister of bride Mrs Edward Korneisel
Violet Ziegman Becomes Bride Of Dr. Falasco (tlmrt Hnrftld New* Service) LAKE VIEW — Violpt Ziegmann and Dr. Raymond Falasco were married at 9:30 Saturday morning, j April 4, in St. Catherine's Catholic Church at Denver. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ziegmann of Lake View and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Falasco of Denver. The Rev. Fr. Dore performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of white mums. Fr. Paolazzi, organist, played the traditional wedding music. Marie Bahagliar sang "On This Day Oh Beautiful Mother." "Ave Marie" and "Panis Angelicus". * * * The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Marvin Ziegmann of Lake View, wore an all-white gown of silk-faced satin on princess lines. It featured a scoop neckline of Venice lace inlaid with seed pearls. The sleeves came to points over the wrists. The skirt ended in a chapel train. The bride's triple, fingertip veil was caught to a headpiece of white rolled satin orange blossoms trimmed trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a salin-covered prayer prayer book adorned with sweetheart roses and clusters of stephanotis. Jea'nette Ziegmann, of Omaha, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Mrs. Arthur Ross, Denver, sister of the bridegroom, Marilyn Ziegman, of Lake View, sister of the bride and Frances Sweeney, of Omaha, friend of the couple, the other altendents. All were dressed alike in blue organza over taffeta made on princess lines with bouffant bouffant ballerina-length skirts. Tiny double peplums were features of the waistlines at the backs. Matching Matching blue net was caught to matching matching blue rose petal headpieces, patterned patterned after the bride's headpiece in design. The attendants carried arm bouquets of white carnations and greens tied with satin ribbon. The maid of honor's dress was a lighter shade of blue than the other other bridal attendants. Dr. Joseph Sajebel, of Colorado Springs, was best man. Other attendants and ushers were: Arthur Ross, Denver, brother-in-law brother-in-law of the groom, and Normaj Normaj Damigna and Jerry Briscoe, cousins of the groom. # * * After the church rites, an 11 o'clock breakfast was served to the wedding party and immediate family family at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Rotola, grandparents of the bridegroom. A 3 p.m. wedding dinner was held for the bridal couple and their families at Crancio's Steak House in Denver. The reception was held between the hours of 7 and 11 p.m. at the Colorado Grange Hall. Four-hundred Four-hundred to 500 guests attended the reception. Mrs. George Ciancio, sister of the bridegroom and Mrs. Edward Korneisel of Odebolt, aunt of the bride, cared for the guest book and gifts. The four - tiered wedding cake, decorated with lilies of the valley, blue roses and wedding bells, was topped with a miniature bride and groom. The bride and groom cut flmti Hififd, Carroll, t*. WtdntMft?, April ft, 19S9 Dr. and Mrs. Falasco the first piece after which Mrs. Ruby Ruby Nelson, Denver, aunt of the groom, cut and served the cake. The bride, a graduate of Lake View Public School, has been employed employed as bookkeeper for the Union Union Freight Ways of Denver. The bridegroom, a graduate of North High School in Denver, attended attended Regis College in Denver and graduated from the Creighton Uni verisy School of Dentistry in Omaha. Omaha. He is affiliated with the Xi Psi Phi Fraternity. The couple willi be at home at 3023 West 36 Ave. in Denver, following following a two-week trip through the southwest. Church Group Meets at Home Of Mrs. Seastrom The "Little Heralds" of a country country church, Evangelical United Brethren of Mt. Zion, Audubon County, held their April meeting at Mrs. Marvin Seastrom's home in Carroll Tuesday. Mrs, Seastrom and children, Sherry arid Myron, entertained the group which is composed composed of mothers and their children children of pre-school age. Mrs. Vernon Vernon Bus well is the leader and Mrs. Seastrom, co-leader. An all-day meeting was held and a covered dish luncheon was served at'noon. The fourth birthday of Mrs. Busweil's son Henry was celebrated. * * * Others attending were Mrs. Charles Charles Griffith and son, Billy, and Mrs. Clark Griffith and twin sons, Rusty and Randy, Audubon; Mrs. Sievert Stone and son Roger Lee and Mrs. Robert Goodwin and children, Philip and Suzanne, Gray; Mrs. Harvey Anderson and daughter Susan Susan and Mrs. Merle Shirbroun and children, Kerry, Angela and Vicki, Coon Rapids, and Mrs. Norman Winchester and daughter, Terri Jean, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Seastrom and family family formerly h'ved in the community of the church. Mrs. Eunice Dugan of Los Angeles, Angeles, Calif., is arriving Wednesday Wednesday to spend about two weeks with her mother, Mrs. E. B. Holley, and other relatives. She is flying to Omaha, where Mrs. Walter Rose, daughter, Vicki, and Mrs. Holley are meeting her. Mrs. Dugan is manager of the Masonic Regalia Company in Los Angeles.