BioM: Hutt, Maureen (1964)
Surnames: Leahy, Hutt, Hiatt, Shaker, Boisjolie, Holtzhausen, Laabs, Frahms, Chronquist
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 13 Aug 1964
Hutt, Maureen (8 AUG 1964)
After Sept. 1, the new Mr. and Mrs. Michael Leahy will make their home in Menomonie, Wis.
The marriage of Miss Maureen Hutt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M.N. Hutt of Abbotsford, and Michael Leahy, son of Mrs. Delia Leahy of Abbotsford and the late Mr. Leahy, took place Saturday, Aug. 8, 1964, at 2 o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church at Abbotsford.
The Rev. Charles Glidden performed the ceremony and Miss Betty Lou Frahms of Woodville, a friend of the bride, was the organist. Two cousins of the bride, the Misses Karen and Kristine Chronquist of Marshfield, sang "The Song of Ruth" and "Wedding Prayer."
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, appeared in a white floor length crepe sheath, detailed with piping at the waistline. A Watteau train was draped from the shoulder line to which a tailored bow was attached. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion was secured to a headpiece of silk organza petal and a white bow. She carried an elongated bouquet of white Fuji mums.
Miss Marilyn Hutt of Abbotsford attended her sister as maid of honor in a floor length beige crepe sheath accented by a curved slash at the center front hemline and waistline piping. She wore a beige circle hat with matching accessories. She wore a beige circle hat with matching accessories and carried a bouquet of bronze and yellow mums.
Mrs. David Hiatt of Cicero, Ind., and Miss Janice Shaker of Eau Claire, friends of the bride, were bridesmaids. They were attired like the maid of honor in cinnamon brown and carried summer bouquets.
Gerald Leahy of Shellsbury, brother of the groom, was the best man. James and Thomas Boisjolie of Minneapolis, friend of the groom, were the groomsmen, and John Laabs and David Holtzhausen of Abbotsford performed the ushering duties.
The bride's mother wore an avocado green silk dress and the groom's mother chose a spice brown ensemble. Both mothers wore beige accessories and had corsages of bronze mums.
Mrs. John Hutt of Abbotsford, grandmother of the bride, was an honored guest.
After the ceremony the new Mr. and Mrs. Leahy received congratulations and best wishes of about 150 friends and relatives at a reception at the Woodland Hotel, Owen. They came from Northfield, St. Paul, New Ulm and Minneapolis, Minn. Stephenson, South Lyon and Iron Mountain, Mich., Barrington Park Ridge and Evanston, Ill., and Marshfield, Wausau, Madison, Barron, Clintonville, Milwaukee, Colby, Siren, Curtiss, Darien, Woodville, Ladysmith, Racine, Shawano, Shullsbury and Abbotsford.
When the newlywed left on a honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin, the bride wore a green and white linen dress and a corsage of pink garnette roses.
The bride is a student at Stout State University, Menomonie. Her husband is a car salesman for Bois Motors at Minneapolis.
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