BioM: Weyer, Shirley Ann (1965)
Poster: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Weyer, Lindner
------Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/28/1965
Weyer, Shirley Ann (16 OCT 1965)
Miss Shirley Ann Weyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Weyer, route 2, Loyal and Arthur M. Lindner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Casper Lindner, also of route 2, Loyal were untied in marriage at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Loyal. The Very Rev. Norbert E. King officiated at the 12 o’clock services. Sister M. Johnetta played the organ and the following selections were played “Ave Maria”, “ Thou Virgin Mother” and “Ave Maria.” The bride was given in marriage by her father.
She chose a gown in white peau taffeta with lace accents on the round neckline and a wide band of lace on the fitted midriff. The bouffant floor length skirt also featured lace trim and ended in a chapel sweep. Her semi-bouffant veil was attached to a crystal crown and she carried a cascade arrangement of red roses with variegated ivy.
The bridal attendants were Mrs. LaVern Lindner as matron of honor; Mrs. John Weyer, Miss Mary Ellen Weyer and Miss Dorothy Lindner, bridesmaids.
The bridal aides wore green brocade floor length gowns with a bow holding full length streamers. Each carried a cascade of bronze chrysanthemums and had a matching brocade bow headpiece.
LaVern Lindner was best man and John Weyer, Richard Lindner and Lawrence Weyer were groomsmen. Carl Lindner and Tom Weyer ushered the guests.
The reception was held at the parental Lindner home from 1:30 to 4:30 and a supper was served in the church hall. A dance was held that evening at the Silver Dome.
The bride has been employed at Weyerhaeuser Co. in Marshfield. She graduated in 1964 from Loyal High School. The groom attended Greenwood high School and is engaged in farming.
After a wedding trip they will reside at route 2, Loyal.
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