BioM: Howard, Lois (1968)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Howard, Neuman, Mazola, Voight, Mess, Strosahl

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 6/06/1968

Howard, Lois (Marriage - 1 June 1968)

Miss Lois Howard of Milwaukee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Howard of Neillsville, and Allan Neuman of Wauwatosa, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Neuman of Merrill, exchanged nuptial vows Saturday in a double ring ceremony in Kenwood Methodist Church, Milwaukee, performed by the Rev. Stan Strosahl. Vases of yellow and white chrysanthemums graced the altar for the ceremony.

Fifty guests witnessed as Mr. Howard gave his daughter in marriage. Miss Howard chose for her wedding a long, white A-line-styled gown, the skirt of which was fashioned with lustrous acetate with the look of peau de soie, with short, elbow-length sleeves and a scoop neckline. Flower appliqués dotted the dress and the detachable veil. She carried a cascade arrangement of white roses and white carnations, entwined with green ivy.

Mrs. John Mazola, Jr., of Milwaukee, was matron-of-honor for her sister. She wore a long aqua organza with white organza underskirt. The Empire waistline and the short sleeves were graced with white daisy flowers. White gloves and shoes, an aqua colored daisy headpiece completed her ensemble. Aqua chrysanthemums and white carnations made up her bouquet.

Jerry Voight of Merrill was bestman. Ushers were Dawayne Howard of Houston, Tex., brother of the bride, and Tom Mess of Milwaukee, friend of the groom.

Kevin Howard of Houston, Tex., was ringbearer; and Wendy Mazola, niece of the bride, was flowergirl.

Mr. and Mrs. Neuman are on a two-week wedding trip to Florida. On their return they will reside at 2556 N. 67th Street Wauwatosa. Both are employed in Milwaukee.



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