BioM: Rhoades, Sandra
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Rhoades, Bardo, Chubb, Grinnell, Zaleski, Rayhorn, Spangler, Clark
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/11/1978
Rhoades, Sandra Lee (22 April 1978)
The Neillsville United Church of Christ served as the site for the marriage of Sandra Lee Rhoades to David Bair Bardo, at 5:00 p.m., April 22. Sandra, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rhoades, rural Neillsville, and David, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Bardo, Muncy, Penn., were joined in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Gary Clark, pastor of the church.
The bride who was given away by her father, was attired in a Victorian style lace gown with a mantilla veil and carried white roses and trailing ivy.
Serving as matron of honor was Laura Chubb, wearing a pink, blue and burgundy print dress with white trim. She carried a nosegay of pink daisies and white carnations, adorned with burgundy streamers. Laura was joined by similarly attired bridesmaids, Shari and Shelly Rhoades, sisters of the bride.
Serving as bestman was Ron Grinnell while Doug Zaleski and Bruce Rayhorn were ushers. The prelude music and the wedding march were played by Deon Spangler.
The church was adorned in pink, white and yellow daisies and carnations, including a decorated altar and candelabra.
The reception for 130 guests was held at the Bali Hai Supper Club, rural Neillsville.
The bride is a 1975 graduate of Neillsville High School and attended Luther College, Decorah, Iowa, for two years. The groom is a graduate of Muncy High School in 1969, attended Bucknell University and graduated from UW-Superior in 1975. He is employed as a teacher in the Granton Public Schools. The couple will reside at Rt. 2 Granton. A honeymoon to the east coast is planned after the termination of the school year.
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