BioM: Kasper, Cindy Marie (1975)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Kasper, Hardrath, Schwarze, Tomkowiak, Witt, Sheets, Nikolai, Schulz, Hasenstein

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/06/1975

Kasper, Cindy Marie (Marriage – 1 November 1975)

Their parents presented Miss Cindy Marie Kasper and Glen E. Hardrath in marriage Saturday, November 1, at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, Green Grove. Officiating at the 2 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Kasper and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Hardrath, all of Rt. 1 Unity, was the Rev. Steven J. Hasenstein.

For her wedding, the bride chose a traditional white gown trimmed with crystalline and daisy venise lace and fashioned with bishop sleeves, teardrop neckline and princess A-line shirt with flared, flounce border. Her lace-edged Camelot headpiece held a fingertip veil. She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses, white carnations, spider mums an baby’s breath with ivy accents.

Miss Luanne Kasper, Unity, was the maid of honor and Mrs. Vern Schwarze and Miss Judy Tomkowiak, both of Marshfield, were bridesmaids. The honor attendant’s blue polyester knit halter top gown featured an A-line skirt and royal blue velvet jacket with maribou-edged hood. The bridesmaids’ identically-styled costumes were of purple with deep purple and pink with burgundy, respectively. Each held three white roses tied with velvet ribbons matching the hue of her jacket.

Serving as attendants to the groom were Don Witt, Unity, as bestman and Vern Schwarze, Marshfield and Lyle Kasper, Unity, as groomsmen. James Sheets and Jerry Nikolai acted as ushers.

Mrs. Arlene Schulz was the organist, the Rev. Hasenstein, the soloist and guitarist.

The Loyal American Legion Hall was the setting for a reception, supper and dance.

The bride and groom are 1974 and 1973 graduates, respectively, of Loyal High School. She is employed at a shoe manufacturing firm in Marshfield and he is engaged in farming with his father.

The newlyweds planned a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin.



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