BioM: Weber, Kathleen D. (1968)


Surnames: Weber, Stuttgen, Damm, Schuh, Schiferl, Lindau

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 15 Aug 1968

Weber, Kathleen D. (10 AUG 1968)

Miss Kathleen D. Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Weber of Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.), and Raymond J. Stuttgen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Stuttgen of Colby, were united in marriage Saturday, Aug. 10, 1968, at St. Louis Catholic Church at Dorchester.

Rev. Gerald F. Schuh officiated at the 12 noon ceremony. The bride's parents escorted both her and the groom up the aisle, and the bride's sister, Sister Marijean, OSF, of Waupun, was the organist. The church was decorated with bouquets of white and peach tinged gladiolas.

The bride wore a white floor length cage gown of organza over a white satin sheath. The cage was trimmed with a satin rolled collar and satin edging around the bottom. Satin encircled a chapel train, which flowed from an organza bow at the shoulders. Alencon lace appliques offset with trailing seed pearls trimmed the cage front, the sleeves and train. The Alencon lace and seed pearled crown held a tiered veil of English illusion. A bouquet of white Phalaenopsis orchids with long satin streamers holding trailing stephanotis and ivy was carried by the bride.

Mrs. Darrel Damm of Medford, a friend of the bride, and Kathy Stuttgen of Colby, the groom's sister, were the bridesmaids, and Virginia Weber of Dorchester, sister of the bride, was maid of honor.

They wore aqua georgette cage gowns with beaded neckline of seed pearls and and small Watteau panels flowing from the shoulders. The seed pearls also accented the matching crowns and veils. They carried bouquets of semi-crescent arranged feathered chrysanthemums in light blue and white with trailing ivy.

The best man was Lawrence Stuttgen of Janesville, a brother of the groom, and groomsmen were Darrel Damm of Medford, friend, and John Weber of Dorchester, a brother of the bride.

A reception for 275 guests was held at the municipal building at Dorchester, followed by a 4 p.m. dinner. The wedding cake was cut by Mrs. James Schiferl, Abbotsford. A wedding dance was held at the Dorchester Memorial Hall with music provided by Norm Lindau and his band at 9 p.m.

The new Mrs. Stuttgen is a graduate of Dor-Abby High School at Abbotsford, and of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing at Marshfield. Until recently she was employed in obstetrics at the hospital.

The groom is a graduate of the Colby High School and was in the armed service from 1964 to 1966. He is currently employed at the Markee Water Conditioner and Manufacturing Inc. at Janesville, as a plumber and salesman.

Following a wedding trip through Wisconsin, the couple will make their home at route 2, North. River Road, Janesville, Wis.



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