BioM: Haines, Kay Lynette (1972)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Haines, Austin, Kruger, Theodorf, Lawrensen, Forbes, Bertrand, Fischer, Christensen, Lamif, Surprenant, Oakland, Peterson, Schaefer, Rimlinger

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/03/1972

Haines, Kay Lynette (Marriage - 1972)

Miss Kay Lynette Haines and Michael Dale Austin exchanged marriage vows before the Rev. Joseph Rimlinger July 22 at 8 p.m. in Good Shepherd Catholic Church, Centerville, S.D. Following the ceremony a reception for approximately 200 guests were held in the church hall. Parents of the bride are Dr. And Mrs. C. J. Kruger, Centerville, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Haines, Sioux Falls. The groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lester Austin, Centerville.

The bride approached the altar wearing a gown of sheer organza over taffeta styled with a full skirt ending in a sweeping train. Panels of lace trimmed the bodice and the skirt and cuffed the long, full sleeves. A fingertip veil was centered by a lace and pearl head-dress. The bride cascade of yellow roses, daisies and baby’s breath contained a detachable corsage.

Wanda Theodorf, Centerville, was the maid-of-honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Merle Lawrensen, Sioux Falls, and Tammy Hines, Centerville, both sisters of the bride. Their gowns were fashioned in rainbow colors of orchid, yellow and green, respectively. They carried bouquets of yellow daisies and baby’s breath backed with lace and ribbons.

Allison Forbes, Newport, VA., and Tim Austin, Centerville, were flower girl and ring bearer. Allison’s pink gown was styled like those of the bridesmaids. She carried a basket of yellow daisies and baby’s breath.

Charles Bertrand, Centerville, uncle of the groom, served as bestman. Groomsmen were the groom’s brothers, Tom and Dean Austin, both of Centerville. Guests were seated by Darrell Fischer, Steve Christensen, Jim Lamif and Terry Surprenant. Kent Austin and Tom Haines lighted the candles.

“A Time for Us” and “For All We Know,” was sung by Nancy Oakland and Stanley Peterson. Jan Schaefer was the organist.



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