BioM: Winter, Sue Ann (1964)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Winter, Zubke

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 01 Oct 1964

Winter, Sue Ann (19 Sept. 1964)

St. Paul’s Ev. Lutheran Church, Ixonia was the scene of the wedding of Sue Ann Winter, Ixonia, and Earl Arthur Zubke, Watertown, on Saturday, September 19, at 2:30 p.m. The Reverend Otto A. Pagels officiated at the ceremony.

Sue Ann is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Winter, Ixonia, formerly of Loyal. The groom is the son of Mrs. Ida Zubke, Watertown.

The altars of the church were decorated for the occasion with yellow pompoms and white carnations.

Miss Winters came down the aisle of the church on the arm of her father. Who presented her in marriage. Her gown was of white bouquet taffeta, floor length designed with controlled skirt and full length chapel train accented by pearl sprays embroidered to highlight the lace appliqués on the gown. She wore a fingertip length veil attached o a crown accented with pearls and sequins. She carried a bouquet of white pompoms and yellow roses.

A nephew of the bride, Roger Paul Winter, Ixonia preceded the bride down the aisle as ring-bearer and Donna Mae Dobbratz, Watertown, a cousin of the groom was flower girl.

The matron of honor, Mrs. Wayne Winter, the former Jane Kramer of rural Loyal was dressed in a sheath formal gown of lettuce green textured rayon shantung of street length with a floor length pleated overskirt. Her headpiece was a French bow hat with a swirl veil the same color as the dress. Her flowers consisted of a large yellow mum and small bronze pompoms cascading around it.

The bridesmaids were Miss Jeraldine Wagner, Watertown, a cousin of the gtroom and Mrs. Beverly Kiesow, Cedarburg, a cousin of the bride. The aides wore gold colored sheaths and hats styled after the matron of honor’s. They carried a large bronze mum surrounded by small cascading yellow pompoms.

Edward Zubke, Watertown attended his brother as best man. The groomsmen were Wayne Winter, Ixoniz, brother of the bride, and Wally Kopfer, Watertown, cousin of the groom.

Acting as ushers were Arthur Kiesow, Cedarburg, cousin of the bride and Carl Ullrich, Watertown, cousin of the groom.

During the ceremony Mrs. Sharon Westenburg sang “The Lord’s Prayer,” and St. Paul’s choir sang “Oh Perfect Love.” Mr. Edwin Sell accompanied them at the organ.

A reception and supper were held at the Ixonia Fireman’s Hall.

Mrs. Winter attended her daughter’s wedding in a green sheath dress and a green feathered hat, and wore gold accessories. The groom’s mother wore a blue chiffon dress, a blue and brown feathered hat and crystal accessories.

Miss Winter is a 1964 graduate of Watertown High School and is employed at Mid-States Shoe Co., Watertown. The groom is engaged in farming.

The couple honeymooned in northern Wisconsin. They will reside at route 2, Watertown.

The bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Winter once lived in Loyal, where they operatedKanneberg’s Tavern. Mr. Winter also worked for Berg Barn Equipment Co.

Out of town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kramer, Mr. and mrs. Tom Elmer, Barby, Brue and Rhonda; Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Catlin and son Franklin and Sandra Guzman, all of Loyal; Mr. Rudolph Winter, Port Arthur, Texas.



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