BioM: Yaeger, Judith Ann (1962)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Yaeger, Seefeldt, Fisher, Neumann, Schultz, Oelschlager
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) November 1, 1962
Yaeger, Judith Ann (Marriage - 27 October 1962)
Nuptial vows were exchanged Saturday in a double ring ceremony in Faith Lutheran Church in Marshfield that united in marriage Miss Judith Ann Yaeger, daughter of Mr. and Mr. Lester Yaeger of Spencer and Duane Franklin Seefeldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Seefeldt, Rt. 1, Spencer. The Rev. Harold Oelschlager performed the ceremony.
The bride was attired in a floor length gown of taffeta peau de soie, embroidered with Alencon lace. Seed pearls trimmed the rounded neckline and the front of the full, bouffant skirt. A cummerbund was highlighted with a carriage having streamers and roses. A three-tiered finger tip veil of imported illusion net with hand rolled edges was attached to her seed pearl crown. Her cascade bouquet consisted of shaded pink roses and lily of the valley.
Her attendants were Miss Marcia Yaeger, maid of honor, Miss Darla Seefeldt and Miss Mary Yaeger, bridesmaids. They wore romance blue street length dresses of silk organza over taffeta, styled with scoop necklines. Unpressed pleats formed the semi-sheath bell skirts that featured draped fronts. Their matching head pieces were of tulle Dior bows with face veils.
Flower girl was Barbara Yaeger who wore a dress identical to that of the bride. Larry Fisher of Unity was ringbearer.
Bestman was Ronald Seefeldt. Groomsmen were Allen Yaeger and Jerry Neumann. Ushers were Clarence Yaeger, Jr., and Norbert Schultz.
Mr. and Mrs. Seefeldt are graduates of Spencer High School. She is employed in a telephone office while Mr. Seefeldt works in a creamery. They are residing in Marshfield.
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