BioM: Schug, Caroline (1954)
Surnames: Schug, Beran, Burggraf, Dean, Weiler, Schreiner
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune
(Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 09/09/1954
Schug, Caroline (Marriage - 1 Sept.
Miss Caroline M. Schug, Edgar, became the
bride of Frank L. Beran, Athens, Sept. 1, during a service read by
the Rev. Jacob Burggraf, in St. John the Baptist Catholic church,
Wuerzburg, Mr. and Mrs. George Schug, Edgar, and Mrs. Ethel Beran,
Athens, are the parents of the bridal couple.
Scallops detailed the neckline of the
bride’s gown of lace and net over satin. A tiered skirt,
finger tip veil veil caught to a crown of pearls, and a bouquet of
gladioli, mums, and red roses tied with streamers of ribbon,
completed her attire.
The bride’s sister, Miss Patricia
Ann Schug, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were sisters of the
groom, Miss June and Miss Donna Mae Beran. All the young women wore
strapless ballerina length gowns of net over taffeta with lace
jackets and carried colonial bouquets of colored carnations and
white mums. The maid of honor wore a gold colored crown and the
bridesmaids wore pink and blue, respectively.
Russell Dean, Wausau, was best man and
Eugene Weiler and Andrew Schreiner, cousins of the bride from
Athens, were groomsmen.
Members of the immediate families were
entertained at dinner that noon, and a supper that evening for 200
guests included persons from Wausau, Athens, Dorchester,
Marshfield, Medford, Waukesha, Virocqua, La Crosse, and Menominee,
The bride, a graduate of the Athens high school, and the groom, a graduate of the Abbotsford high school, will reside on the groom’s farm, near Athens after they return from a trip to Colorado and other places in the west.
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