BioM: Rondorf, Evelyn (1967)

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Surnames: Rondorf, Schultz

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 22 June 1967

Rondorf, Evelyn (17 June 1967)

Miss Evelyn Rondorf, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale W. Rondorf, route 1, Marshfield, and Richard A. Schultz, Wausau, son of Mr. and Mrs.Alfred Schultz, route 1, Loyal, exchanged wedding vows on Saturday, June 17, at the Presbyterian Church, Marshfield.

The Rev. Virgil Taylor officiated at the 2 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. Glenn Tinkham was the organist and Mrs. John F. Lueck was soloist.

The bride wore a floor-length chapel-entrained bridal gown of angelmist taffeta and chantilly lace, and her bouffant veil billowed from an aurora borealis crystal tiara. She carried a cascade arrangement of white stephanotis, yellow roses and salad leaves entwined with ivy.

Mrs. Marvin Radue, Clintonville, was the matron of honor; Mrs. Rodelle Scheel, Sun Prairie; and Miss Gail Mess, Marshfield, the bridesmaids.

The aides donned yellow floor-length sheaths of chiffon and taffeta and matching floral cluster headpieces with pouf veils. Each carried a cascade arrangement of tinted yellow carnations and salal leaves.

Rodelle Scheel, Sun Prairie, was the groom’s best man and Marvin Radue, Clintonville, and Robert Schultz, Sheboygan, were the groomsmen, and Bill Montag, Withee, and Lee Delo, the ushers.

A wedding reception and dinner were held at the Eagles Club, Marshfield. Following a wedding trip to Canada and through the western states, the Schultzes will reside on route 2, Mosinee.

The bride is a 1966 graduate of Marshfield Senior High School, and has been employed in the sales department of Weyerhaeuser Co. Her husband, a 1964 graduate of Loyal High School and 1965 graduate of Eau Claire Barber College.
           

 

 


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