BioM: Ott, Virginia (Marriage: 9/20/1945)

Contact: Shari Hahn

----Source: Millie Lee's Personal news article collection

VIRGINIA OTT AND C.J. WEIRAUCH REPEAT VOWS Ceremony Performed September 20 at 2 p.m.

Miss Virginia June OTT, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ott, Marshfield, route 2, became the bride of Clarence J. WEIRAUCH, son of Mrs. Ida WEIRAUCH, Marshfield, route 2, Sept. 20, at 2 p.m., at the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Marshfield, with the Rev. G.M. KRUEGER officiating.

Misses Lois Ann and Arla Mae OTT, cousins of the bride, sang her favorite hymn, "Jesus Lead Thou On." Sprays of pink gladioli tied with blue and white bows marked the family pews.

The bride, who approached the flower-decked altar on the arm of her father, wore a white taffeta wedding gown. White net formed the deep net yoke and double overskirt, ending in a long court train. Appliqued net hearts fashioned a border around the yoke and trimmed the perky hip line peplum. A lace coronet edged with a row of pearls held her long veil of illusion decorated with three rows of matching lace and she carried a heart-shaped shower bouquet of Joanna Hill roses and swansonia.

Miss Kay CASWELL, Chicago, who was her cousin's maid of honor, wore a formal gown of white taffeta made with a snug-fitting bodice and bracelet length sleeves. Sheer net filled the deep sweetheart neckline and formed the bouffant overskirt trimmed with taffeta bows. She wore a white flowered tiara in her curls and carried a fan-shaped spray of pink and white gladioli tied with a white taffeta bow ending in long streamers. Her earrings were a gift of the bride.

Bridesmaids were Miss Darleen SEEHAFER, a cousin of the bride, and Miss Ruth WENDT, who were attired in identical formal frocks of blue and rose taffeta, respectively. The dresses were styled with full skirts and snug fitting lottice-trimmed bodices and bracelet length sleeves. Velvet tiaras completed their costumes and they carried fan-shaped sprays of pink and white gladioli tied with pink and blue bows. Their tinted chokers were gifts of the bride.

Phyllis OTT, small sister of the bride, in a white taffeta dress fashioned with a long double net skirt and short puffed sleeves and hip line peplum, served as the miniature bride. A rose tiara held her blusher veil of illusion and she carried a miniature bouquet styled like the bride's. Her gold cross necklace was a gift from her sister.

Eugene LOOMIS and Duane SCHUBERT, nephew of the groom, and Kenneth OTT, attended the bridegroom, while Roger OTT and Harvey PAASCH, cousins of the bride and the groom, respectively, ushered.

Mrs. OTT viewed her daughter's wedding in a two piece brown frock while Mrs. WEIRAUCH wore a black ensemble. Both completed their costumes with matching accessories and had shoulder corsages of Joanna Hill roses and swansonia.

Following the ceremony 130 guests were entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner at the Ott home festooned in pink, blue and white streamers and a white wedding bell. Large baskets of flowers added to the decor and a wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom decoration flanked with candles formed the centerpiece at the table.

After Sept. 25, the couple will be at home to friends on route 5, where the groom is engaged in farming. Mrs. WEIRAUCH has been employed by Mitten's Home Applicance Co.

Guests from away included: Mrs. Forrest SCHUBERT and Duane SCHUBERT, Milwaukee; Mrs. Minnie WOLF, Kaukauna; Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand WOLF and Dolores WOLF, Forest Junction.



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