BioM: Furhman, Inge Marie (1968)


Surnames: Hawks, Fuhrman, Reigel, Boe, Schreffler, Hamm

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 04 Jul 1968

Furhman, Inge Marie (22 JUN 1968)

Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Hawks are at home to friends in rural Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis.), after returning from a week's wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, Canada and Niagara Falls.

The marriage of Miss Inge Marie Fuhrman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Fuhrman, route 2, Spencer, and Rodney Peter Hawks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Hawks, route 1, Curtiss, took place Saturday evening, June 22, 1968, at 6:30 o'clock, at the United Pentecostal Church, Marshfield. The Rev. Milton Hollaway officiated at the candlelight double ring ceremony.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her farther, was attired in a peau de soie floor length A-line gown with a chapel train. A pill box headpiece of peau de soie lace and seed pearls held her bouffant silk veil. She carried a large bouquet of white orchids, white butterfly roses and stephanotis.

Miss Nancy Reigel of Spencer was her maid of honor. Miss Linda Hawks of Curtiss and Mrs. Ted Boe of Spencer were bridesmaids, and Miss Brenda Schreffler of Stanley was junior bridesmaid. They were dressed alike in A-line avolette floor length formals of chiffon over linen and carried colonial nosegays of white pompons and pink Garnett roses surrounded by green leaves with pink ribbons.

Miss Debbie Hawks of Abbotsford and Miss Deanna Hawks of Marshfield were candle-lighters and Miss Donna Hawks of Marshfield carried a basket of rice bags.

They were dressed alike in pink floor length dresses with matching headpieces and had wrist corsages.

Robert Hawks of Abbotsford was his brother's best man. Gary Hamm of Curtiss and Helmut Fuhrman of Spencer were the groomsmen. Dave Hawks of Abbotsford and Dean Hawks of Marshfield were ushers, and Tod Hawks of Abbotsford was the ring bearer.

Following the ceremony a reception took place in the church parlor and an 8:30 supper was served at the Hotel Charles.

Mr. Hawks is employed at Rod's Texaco service at Curtiss. The new Mrs. Hawks will teach at Withee.



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