BioM: Widmer, Judy M. (1963)
Surnames: Widmer, Kilty, Marten, Ammons, Rohland
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/06/1963
Widmer, Judy M. (8 JUN 1963)
Exchanging nuptial vows Saturday afternoon in Trinity Lutheran Church in Unity were Miss Judy Marie Widmer of the town of Maplehurst, and Roger William Kilty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Kilty of Unity. Rev. Robert Langseth officiated at the nuptial ceremony, which was followed by dinner at Trinity Lutheran Church and reception and dance at the Unity Community Hall.
The bride’s full white dress was styled with a lace bodice, Sabrina neckline outlined with sequins, and a skirt with a lace panel and alternating tulle ruffles. Her headpiece of tulle braid and crystal held the fingertip veil and she carried a cascade bouquet of red roses and white pompons.
Colonial bouquets of blue pompons and white carnations were worn by the bride’s attendants whose ballerina dresses with lace jackets were blue nylon accented with satin bows and trim. They were Mrs. Patricia Kilty of Colby, Mrs. Arlene Marten of Unity, Mrs. Janet Ammons of Spencer, and little Sheryl Ammons, also of Spencer. The latter is a niec of the bride. Mmes. Ammons, and Marten are sisters and Mrs. Kilty is her sister-in-law.
Serving the groom were his brother, Richard Kilty of Colby, best man, and William Marten and Clifford Ammons, Spencer, groomsmen, William Marten Jr. was ring bearer.
Mrs. Louise Rohland, vocalist, sang "The Lord’s Prayer" and "O Perfect Love."
Out of town guests at their wedding were from Lake Geneva, Genoa City, Pell Lake, Minneapolis, Marshfield, Greenwood, Edgar, Stetsonville, Prentice, Vesper, Rib Lake, Racine, Loyal, Chili, Medford, Owen, Athens and Lake Zurich, Ill.
Mr. Kilty and his bride are residing in Colby. He is an employee of a mobile home factory in Marshfield.
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