BioM: Feldbruegge, Agnes (1967)
Surnames: Feldbruegge, Baxter, Schuh, Decker
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 18 Jan 1968
Feldbruegge, Agnes (27 DEC 1967)
The marriage of Miss Agnes Feldbruegge and Daniel Baxter took place Dec. 27, 1967 at a nuptial high mass at St. Louis Catholic Church, Dorchester, at an 11 a.m. ceremony with Father Gerald Schuh officiating.
The children's choir provided music during the ceremony. Altar boys were the bride's two brothers, Richard and James Feldbruegge.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feldbruegge and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baxter, all of Dorchester.
The bride's three sisters were her attendants, Virginia of Madison was the maid of honor, and the bridesmaids were Mrs. Frank (Judy) Decker Jr., Wausau, and Ann, a student at Wis. State University, Eau Claire.
Frank Decker Jr. was the best man, and the groomsmen were Ronald Baxter, Owen, a brother of the groom, and Brent Bower, a cousin of the groom.
Ushering duties were performed by ralph Baxter Jr., a brother of the groom.
The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose an A-line floor length satin gown with a Chantilly lace bodice, long sleeves and overskirt. Her train was fashioned with lace inserts, and a cluster of sequin trimmed petals held her bouffant veil.
She carried a bouquet of red roses and white feathered chrysanthemums.
Her attendants wore floor length empire style gowns. The matching crepe dresses featured avocado green brocade velvet tops, each with a satin bow at the waist, and matching headpieces. They each carried a white rose with avocado streamers.
A dinner and reception followed at the Dorchester Municipal Hall.
The couple went on a trip to southern Wisconsin, and are now living in Kentucky, where the groom is stationed with the army at Fort Knox.
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