BioM: Schjoneman, Margo L. (1963)


Surnames: Schjoneman, Seefluth, Loos, Koffarnus, Laabs, Rannow

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 09/05/1963

Schjoneman, Margo L. (31 AUG 1963)

The marriage of Margo Louise Schjoneman and Richard Charles Seefluth took place Saturday, Aug. 31, 1963 in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony performed at Zion Lutheran Church at Colby, with the Rev. F.H. Sprengler of Dorchester officiating.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schjoneman of Colby and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Seefluth of Abbotsford.

During the ceremony, Mrs. Howard Rannow sang "O Perfect Love" and "Wedding Prayer," to her own accompaniment.

The bride was given in marriage by her father attired in a floor length gown of azalea pink satin styled with a short chapel train. The dress featured elbow length sleeves and a bateau neckline. The velvet headpiece, trimmed with seed pearls, held a tiered shoulder veil.

Her crescent bouquet was of white Amazon lilies and pink sweetheart roses.

The bride's attendants, Miss Donna Seefluth of Abbotsford, a sister of the groom, Miss Sally Loos of Colby, a friend, and Miss Karen Schjoneman, Colby, sister of the bride, wore full skirted gowns styled alike of ruby taffeta with boat necklines and bowed backs. Their tulle headpieces were trimmed with seed pearls and held blusher veils. Each of the bridesmaids carried crescent bouquets of pink mums and white carnations.

Baskets of pink and white gladioli were placed in the church for the ceremony.

The groom's attendants were Douglas Koffarnus, best man, and Dennis Laabs, friends of the couple , and Allen Schjoneman, a brother of the bride. Performing the ushering duties were Mark and Kirk Schjoneman, brother of the bride.

A reception and a dinner at the Colby Hotel followed the ceremony. In the evening, the couple greeted friends at a wedding dance at Memorial Hall at Dorchester.

Following a wedding trip to Wis. Dells and other points of interest in southern Wisconsin, the couple will live in Colby.

Out of town guests were from Oak Park, Ill., Milwaukee, Stevens Point, New Richmond, Marshfield, Owen and Curtiss.



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