BioM: Jacob, Charlene Ann (1972)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Jacob, Dascher, Partlow, Nelson, Kogler
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 1/18/1973
Jacob, Charlene Ann (Marriage - 1972)
Mr. and Mrs. Michael John Dascher, who were married December 30, 1972, in St. Mark’s Evangelical Lutheran Church, Eau Claire, are making their home on Rt. 1 Spencer. The Rev. F. A. Kogler officiated at the double-ring ceremony uniting the former Miss Charlene Ann Jacob, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jacob of Ellsworth, and Michael John Dascher, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dascher, of Whitehall. The Jacobs are former Neillsville residents.
Mr. Jacob presented his daughter in marriage. Her lace-bodice, empire-waist peau de soi gown was styled with a cowl collar, long, full sleeves of nylon organza caught by wide, lace cuffs, and a lace-accented cathedral train. The gown made by the bride’s mother, was complimented by a bouffant veil gathered to a Juliet headpiece of lace and seed pearls. An arrangement of white ‘mums red sweetheart roses and holly berries accented by a holly spray made up the bridal bouquet.
Mrs. Barbara Partlow of Eau Claire, matron of honor, wore a royal blue empire-style velvet gown fashioned with long sleeves accented by contrasting braid. She carried a white muff adorned with red sweetheart roses and streamers.
Serving as bestman was Stephen Dascher, La Crosse. Larry Nelson, Gilmanton, and Donald Dascher, Green Bay, were the ushers. A reception was held at the Black Steer in Eau Claire.
The new Mrs. Dascher graduated from Ellsworth High School and from District One Technical Institute-Eau Claire. She has been employed in Eau Claire. Her husband is a graduate of Whitehall High School and of the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. He is employed as a teacher at Loyal Junior High School.
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