BioM: Hardrath, Fay Eileen (1970)
Surnames: Hardrath, Reif, Dunbar, Behelein, Zopfi, Schwarze, Fisher, Ruhbusch, Bruesewitz, Hansen
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 23 Apr 1970
Hardrath, Fay Eileen (1 APR 1970)
Fay Eileen Hardrath of 5946 Fifth Av., Kenosha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hardrath of 206 North Chestnut Street, Spencer, exchanged wedding vows with Joseph Andrew Reif of Stratford, son of Mr. Joseph William Reif of Stratford, on Saturday, April 1, 1970 at 2:00 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Spencer.
Rev. William Ruhbusch officiated at the ceremony.
The organ was played by Mrs. Arnold Bruesewitz and Karen Hansen sang "The 23rd Psalm" and "The Lord's Prayer."
The church was beautifully decorated with bouquets of daisies on the altar.
The bride was seen in a white empire A-line, floor-length gown of lace over satin. She carried a bouquet of peach roses and white daisies. She had on a satin bow headpiece with 4-tiered veil.
The maid of honor was Miss Donna Hardrath of Spencer, and the bridesmaids were Miss Judy Dunbar of Wausau and Miss Luanne Hardrath of Marshfield. They wore floor length satin gowns with chiffon sleeves, and a high neckline with matching ribbons at the empire waistline. The maid of honor wore yellow and the bridesmaids wore aqua.
The best man was Arnold Behelein, and the groomsmen were Charles Reif and Gary Zopfi. Ushers were Vern Schwarze and Joseph Fisher.
A wedding supper was held at the bride's parent's home and a wedding shower dance was held that evening at the Spencer Municipal Hall.
The bride was a 1969 graduate of Spencer High School and is presently employed in Kenosha.
Mr. Reif is a 1967 graduate of Marshfield Senior High School and is presently employed at American Motors in Kenosha.
They are presently living at 5946 Fifth Av. In Kenosha, Wis.
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