BioM: Scheel, Jacquelyn Rae (1967)
Surnames: Schauss, Scheel, Glidden, Booth, Nixdorf, Schilling, Anderson, Prahl, Kuehn
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 14 Sep 1967
Scheel, Jacquelyn Rae (8 SEP 1967)
Miss Jacquelyn Rae Scheel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scheel of Abbotsford, and John David Schauss of route 3, Wausau, repeated their marriage vows in a candlelight ceremony at the First Presbyterian Church at Abbotsford, Friday, Sept. 8, 1967. The Rev. Charles Glidden officiated at the 7:30 o'clock ceremony, during which Miss Sandra Booth of Wausau sang "O Perfect Love: and "I love You Truly." Paul Nixdorf was the organist and accompanist.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, appeared in a gown of French net, lace and silk organza over taffeta, with a lace mantilla train. She carried an arrangement of five orchids and stephanotis and ivy.
Miss Mary Scheel of Wausau was her sister's maid of honor and Miss Patricia Prahl of Menomonee Falls, cousin of the groom, was the bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in peacock blue gowns designed with floor length chiffon cages over taffeta. Matching short bouffant veils were caught to forward headpieces of taffeta petals. They carried bouquets of peacock blue carnations and white daisies.
Chester Schilling, as best man, and Kenneth A. Anderson, as the groomsman, both of Wausau, completed the wedding party.
Harold Kuehn of Owen and James Prahl of Wausau performed the ushering duties.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Abbotsford City Hall. Guests were from Wausau, Owen, Jim Falls, Markesan, Stetsonville, Medford, Clintonville, Colby and Abbotsford.
Mr. and Mrs. Schauss will live at Apr. 2-A, 522 Shepard Terrace, Madison, on their return from a honeymoon trip. He will begin his junior year at the University of Wisconsin, majoring in accounting.
Mrs. Schauss, a graduate of the Abbotsford High School, and her husband borth attended the Marathon County University Center, Wausau. Prior to her marriage, she was employed at American Can Company, Wausau.
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