Angela Jean (1983)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Schulz, Foth, Ruhbusch, Bruesewitz, Podbelsek, Schauer, Schweiss, Matter, Weyher, Genett, Cook, Franz, Weyer, Jacobitz, Reif
----Sources: Scrap book one: by Elsa Lange Hardrath & Dorthaleen Edwards Hardrath
Contributed by Halbert "Bud" Hardrath
Schulz, Angela Jean (Marriage - 7 May 1983)
After a Caribbean cruise, the newlywed’s Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lee Foth, who were married May 7, will live in Viroqua at 321 ½ S. East Ave.
The former Miss Angela Jean Schulz, daughter of Mrs. Nona Schulz and Ronald Schulz, both of Spencer, was given in marriage by her parents to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Armin Foth of Spencer.
The Rev. William H. Ruhbusch performed the 2 p.m. nuptials in Trinity Lutheran Church, Spencer. Mrs. Arnold Bruesewitz played the organ, Curt Podbelsek the guitar and MRs. Theresa Schauer sang.
The bride had a Queen Ann white gown of organza and venise lace with chapel train and carried a white lace fan with white and pale blue roses, daisies and stephanotis. Her derby hat had a brief veil.
Miss Deann Schweiss of Coon Rapids, Minn., was maid of honor while Miss Jenny Matter of Wausau, Miss Wendy Schulz of Spencer, and Mrs. Allan Weyher, Loyal, where bridesmaids. Each had a pale blue formal with lace jacket and a white face with light blue roses with daisies.
Jessica Weyer was flower girl and John Genett the ring bearer. Mark Cook, Wausau, was best man. Groomsmen were Kelly Franz of Eau Claire, Neil Jacobitz, Spencer, and Allan Weyer, Loyal, and ushering were Keith Schulz, Steve Foth and Patti Reif.
The reception, dinner and dance were at the Loyal American Legion Hall.
Both graduated from Spencer High School, the bride in 1979 and her husband in 1977. She was a teller-bookkeeper at Spencer State Bank and the bridegroom, an accountant for Thompson & Vig. S. C., in Viroqua, attended the University of Wisconsin Center, Marshfield-Wood County for two years and graduated in 1981 from the UW-Eau Claire.
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