BioM: Neuman, Suzanne Dorothy (1966)
Contact: Dinah Reinke
Surnames: Neuman, Makeef, Seefelt, Radlinger
------ Source: Tribune-Phonograph (Abbotsford and Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 10/20/1966
------ Neuman, Suzanne Dorothy (15 OCT 1966)
Miss Suzanne Dorothy Neuman, route 1, Unity, became the bride of Larry Allen Makeef, route 1, Thorp, in a wedding ceremony held Saturday, Oct. 15, at the Owen gospel tabernacle, Owen. The Rev. Darrel Bush officiated.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Duane Neuman and Mr. and Mrs. John Makeef, all of route 1, Unity.
Attending the bride were Miss Sandra Diane Neuman, twin sister of the bride, maid of honor, and Miss Lilli Marlene Neuman, sister of the bride, both of route 1, Unity. The groom’s attendants were his brothers, Dennis Makeef, best man, and Dwight Makeef, both of route 1, Thorp.
The bride wore a floor-length gown of white sculptured velvet. A tiny bow accented the empire waistline and the sleeves were tapered to a v at the top of the hand and fastened with pearl buttons at the wrist. A detachable train of sculptured velvet was secured at the shoulders and three-tiered veil of silk illusion was secured by a crown of pearls. She carried a bouquet of red and white carnations and wore a three-strand pearl necklace and pearl earrings. The maid of honor ~~~incomplete~~~ identical street-length dresses of royal blue velvet. The dresses of the bride and her attendants were fashioned by Mrs. Norman Seefelt of Riplinger.
Music during the ceremony was provided by Miss Julene Radlinger of Dorchester, who sang “O, Promise Me” and “Together Life’s Pathway We Tread”.
The wedding was followed by a dinner and reception at the Colby Methodist church. About 200 guests attended, coming from Colby, Abbotsford, Spencer, Columbus, Unity, Turtle Lake, N. Dak., Bention Harbor, Mich., Athens, Thorp, Withee, Owen, Rockford, Ill. and Chicago.
Following a wedding trip to Tennessee and other southern states Mr. and Mrs. Makeef will be making their home at Spencer. The groom is employed as a welder.
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