BioM: Lube, Joyce Marie (1966)
Contact: Dinah Reinke
Surnames: Lube, Hamann, Dietz, Staffeil, Olson
------ Source: Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford and Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/30/1966
------ Lube, Joyce Marie (25 JUN 1966)
St. Paul’s Lutheran church, town of green grove, was the scene of the marriage of Miss Joyce Marie Lube of rural Colby and Richard Wayne Hamann of rural Rib Lake.
The Rev. Arthur Rasch performed the ceremony. Miss Julene Radlinger of Dorchester sang “O Perfect Love” and “The Lord’s Prayer” with Miss Vernon Boss of Curtiss the organist. Church decorations included altar bouquets of white gladiolus and arrangements of pink flowers.
Parents of the young couple are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lube of route 2, Colby, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hamann of route 1, Rib Lake.
Miss Judi Lube served her sister as maid of honor and Miss JoAnn Hamann, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Nancy Dietz, Stetsonville, cousin of the groom as bridesmaids. Carol Lois Staffeil, route 1, Colby, a cousin of the bride, was the miniature bridesmaid, and the flower girl was Lana Olson, a cousin of the bride, of Owen.
The best man was Wayne Hamann, rural Medford, a cousin of the groom, and groomsmen were James Staffeil, rural Colby, a cousin of the bride, and Dennis Dietz, Stetsonville, a cousin of the groom.
The bride chose a floor length sheath gown of Chantilly lace with a trimmed scalloped batteau neckline. The lace gateau train was attached at the waist with a large bow of nylon organza. Her bouffant illusion veil was secured to a crown of pearl accented with borealis crystal.
Her bouquet was cascade style of pink roses and white daisies.
The attendants wore sea spray green floor length formals with batteau necklines on bodices of lace. Satin accented the empire waistlines on the sheath skirts of chiffon over taffeta, the backs being completed by lace watteau panels with lace trim. Matching twisted hair-braid and floral cluster headpieces with pouf veils completed the ensembles.
The miniature bride and flower girl wore gowns identical to the brides.
The bridesmaids carried colonial bouquets of pink tinted carnations accented with pink and white streamers. The flower girl’s bouquet was identical to the bridesmaids’, and the miniature bride carried a bouquet of pink roses and white daisies in cascade form to match the bride’s bouquet.
About 250 guests attended a reception at the home of the bride’s parents. A supper was served at 4 at the church parlors and a dance was held in the evening at Sportsmen’s Park, Colby.
The bride was employed as a teacher in the Granton public school system, and the groom is a construction worker. They will make their home at 1111 S. Maple Ave. in Marshfield.
Guests were from Colby, Abbotsford, Marshfield, Unity, Owen, Withee, Granton,
Dorchester, Medford, Rib Lake, Stetsonville, Hawkins, Menomonie Falls, Illinois,
Sussex, Madison, South Dakota, Merrill, New Berlin and Fox Lake.
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