BioM: Prucher, Patricia (1963)


Surnames: Prucher, Logee, Kuechenmeister, Johnson, Tetzner, Hedrington, Lahti, Salander, Marten, Czevwisnki, Hogseth, Krause, Cordts, Lanners

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 01/09/1964

Prucher, Patricia (28 DEC 1963)

Miss Patricia Prucher, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Prucher, 1016 Pearl St., Chippewa Falls, became the bride of Henry Logee, son of Mrs. Henry Logee Sr., 5910 Tower Av., Superior, Wis. And the late Mr. Logee, on Saturday, dec. 28, 1963, at Chippewa Falls.

The two o'clock double ring ceremony was performed by Msgr. William F. Daniels at St. Charles Church in Chippewa Falls. The bride place a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin's altar as Miss Jane Kuechenmeister sang, "On This Day," accompanied by Sister Francis, DePaul.

The bride wore a floor length gown of peau satin. A scoop neckline, elbow length sleeves and an overlay of Swiss lace and pearls accented the slim line of the bodice. The controlled skirt with lace trim at the front hemline, and soft un-pressed pleats topped by a soft bow at the back waistline swept into the chapel train. Her bouffant veil was secured to a rose petal cap combined of lace and twists of pearl with a large peau satin rose. The bride carried a garland bouquet of red poinsettias, white poinsettias, white pompons and white roses accented by holly leaves.

Miss Joyce Prucher was her sister's maid of honor, and Kay Johnson, Mosinee, Wis., the bridesmaid. Street length dresses in rouge velveteen were worn by the attendants, fashioned with scoop neckline, elbow length sleeves and fitted bodice. The dome skirt with soft pleats at the sides and back was topped by a flat bow at the back waistline.

Their bustle veils were secured to a velveteen cabbage rose in similar color. White poinsettias, white pompons and holly composed their garland bouquets.

Jack Tetzner, Thorp, Wis., served as best man, with Roger Hedrington, Chippewa Falls, Robert Lahti Jr., Minneapolis and Leon G. Salander, Thorp, as ushers.

The reception was held in the Knights of Columbus Hall, with a buffet supper served to 250 guests. Mrs. Duane Marten cut the wedding cake; Miss Faye Lahti served punch; Miss Arlene Czevwinski presided at the guests book; Miss Mary Hogseth poured coffee; and Misses Susan Cordts, Judy Krause and Connie Lanners served.

The mother of the bride selected a cranberry red ensemble with black accessories, complemented by a corsage of white carnations and white roses. The groom's mother pinned a similar corsage to a three-piece iridescent emerald green ensemble with which she had black accessories.

A dance was held in the evening at the hall.

After a honeymoon to northern Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Logee will reside at 303 Thorp St., Thorp (Clark Co.), Wis.

The bride is a graduate of McDonnell Memorial High School, Chippewa Falls, and Wis. State College, Eau Claire, where she majored in vocal music with a minor in Physical Education. The groom is a graduate of Superior Cental High School and Wis. State College, Superior. He majored in instrumental music with a minor in English, Social Science and History. Both are employed by the Thorp Public School System, the bride as the Girls' Physical Education instructor, and the groom as Music Director.

Prenuptial showers were given by Mrs. Joan Tetzner and Mrs. Ardis Amundson of Thorp; Mrs. Eugene Lanner and Mrs. Gilbert Krause of Chippewa Falls; Mrs. Leon Bogumill of Thorp, Mrs. Carl Cordis and Mrs. Crystal Logee of Superior; Miss Carol Clinton, Miss Arlene Czevwisnki, Miss Rose Soldner and Miss Sue Munemitsu of Thorp.



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