BioM: Pfeiffer, Julie (1981)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Pfeiffer, Karl, Kuehnel, Smith,
Christie, Steiger, Lonning, Wegner, Stokka
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) Scrapbook from Luella Mohr
Pfeiffer, Julie (Marriage - 6 June
After a Tennessee wedding trip, the new
Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Karl will be making their home on East Seventh
Street in Neillsville.
The couple Julie Pfeiffer and Ivan Karl
was united in marriage on the early afternoon of Saturday, June 6,
at Pine Valley Lutheran Church. The Rev. Maynard Stokka
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
Kenneth Pfeiffer, 119 Park St. Neillsville, and Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Karl, Rt. 4, Neillsville.
Serving as matron of honor was Darlene
Kuehnel, a sister of the bride from Neillsville. She was
joined in the bride’s party by Valerie Smith of Wausau and
Kelly Christie of Eau Claire, both friends of the bride.
On the groom’s side, Milan Karl, a
brother of the groom from Marshfield, was best man. He was
joined by Dave Steiger of Rhinelander and Neal Lonning of
Neillsville, both friends of the groom. Ushering were Dale
Pfeiffer, a brother of the bride from Indiana, Pennsylvania, and
Walter Karl, the groom’s cousin of Neillsville.
Special music at the service included
"The Wedding Song," and "Follow Me," offered by Rich Wegner and
The bride chose an entrained gown of
organza and lace. She wore a Camelot headpiece with
full-length veil and carried a bouquet of miniature carnations,
sweetheart roses and baby’s breath. Her attendants wore
gowns in rainbow colors and carried bouquets of carnations and
baby’s breath. The groom and his attendants were
attired in tailed, light grey tuxedos.
A reception was held at the Wildcat Inn
with a dance following at the Silver Dome Ballroom.
The bride is a graduate of Neillsville High School and is employed at the Neillsville Bank. The groom graduated from the same school and is employed by Russell’s Hardware and Furniture in Neillsville.
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