BioM: Neidlein, Barbara (1974)
Surnames: Neidlein, Zahn, Bofenkamp, Berg, Kedrowski, Staege, Shupe, Graves, Neumann, Hopfensperger, Johnson, Straub
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 09 Jan 1975
Neidlein, Barbara (27 DEC 1974)
Friday, December 27,1974, at 6:00 p.m.,w as the day Miss Barbara Neidlein, Clark Street, Spencer, and James Zahn, Main Street, Spencer, selected as their wedding day. Christ the King Catholic Church of Spencer was the setting, and Father Bofenkamp and Father Berg performed the ceremony.
Miss Barbar Neidlein is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Neidlein, Clark Street, Spencer, and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Zahn, Clark Street, Spencer.
Christ the King choir sang for the ceremony and Mrs. Ann Kedrowski was the organist.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, was seen in an empire style white full length gown with train, and a waist length vel. She carried a bouquet of blue and white daisies.
Miss Debbie Staege, Spencer, was the maid of honor, and Mrs. David Shupe, Spencer, Miss April Graves, Abbotsford, and Miss Priscilla Zahn, Spencer, were bridesmaids. They were seen in royal blue empire gowns with white eyelet bibs and ties.. They carried nosegays of blue and white daisies, and also had daisies in their hair.
Doug Neumann, Spencer, performed the duties of best man, while David Shupe, Spencer, Chuck Hopfensperger, Sheboygan and Jens Johnson, Spencer, were groomsmen. Jerry Zahn and Mark Straub were the ushers.
A 7:00 dinner was held at Christ the King Hall, and a dnace and reception at the Municipal Hall in Spencer.
The new Mrs. Zahn is a 1973 graduate of Spencer High School and is employed as a secretary at H.C. Conrath of Spencer. Mr. Zahn is a 1973 graduate of Spencer High School and is employed at Land O'Lakes in Spencer.
The couple will make their home at Main Street, Spencer, Wisconsin.
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