BioM: Roderick, Margaret (1963)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Roderick, Clausen, Sidesky, Pozega, Formaggio, Massey, Fabry, Schultz, Bertrang, Foss, Cowell, Jones, Flack, Williams, Storal, Walechka, Plansky, Mashin, Behrens, Witte
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 17, 1963
Roderick, Margaret (Marriage - 5 October 1963)
A double ring ceremony performed October 5, by the Rev. David Witte in Immanuel Lutheran Church in Globe united in marriage Margaret Roderick of Neillsville and Howard Clausen of Waterville, Ia.
The bride was given in marriage by Clarence Sidesky a friend of the family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Pozega were the attendants.
The bride wore a blue satin brocade dress with a silver hat and white accessories. She wore a white pompon corsage as did her attendant.
Mrs. Pozega was attired in a gold satin brocade dress and gold hat and white accessories.
The church was decorated with autumn flowers.
A reception for 125 guests was served in the church parlors, followed by a reception and dance in the Weston Town Hall.
Among those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Vince Formaggio, Mrs. Ray Massey and Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fabry and Wendy, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fabry, all of Chicago, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Schultz and family of Elmhurst, Ill.; Mrs. William Bertrang and family of Fairchild; Clarence Sidesky of Racine; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foss and family of North Brook, Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. George Cowell and Patty of Monona, Ia.; Mrs. Andrew Jones of Harpers Ferry, Ia.; Mrs. Vern Flack, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Flack, all of Clairmont, Ia.; Mrs. Mary Williams, Mrs. Storal, Mr. and Mrs. Laddie Walechka, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Plansky, all of Eau Claire; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mashin and family of Huntley, Ill.; and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Behrens of Greenwood.
Mr. and Mrs. Clausen will make their home in Waterville, Ia.
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