BioM: Juedes, Dorothy (1968)
Surnames: Juedes, Schmidt, Sprengler, Peterson, Schultz, Zier, Stevens, Loucks
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 08 Feb 1968
Juedes, Dorothy (27 JAN 1968)
The marriage of Miss Dorothy Juedes, Park Ridge, Ill., the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Juedes of rural Dorchester, and Daniel Schmidt, Park Ridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schmidt, rural Abbotsford, took place at St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Dorchester, Saturday, Jan. 27, 1968, in a 1:30 ceremony presided over by the Rev. F. H. Sprengler.
Music during the ceremony was provided by soloist Debra Zier, who sang "The Lord's Prayer," and organist Shirley Sprengler, who played the Wedding March processional.
Attendants for the couple were Patricia Peterson of Des Plaines, Ill., and Jerry Schultz, Abbotsford.
The bride chose a gown fashioned with an ivory satin bodice with a lce scalloped neckline, and long bridal point sleeves. A back butterfly collar marked the lace torso. A small pearl crown held the illusion veil.
The maid of honor wore a green empire waist A-line skirt with mall embroidered flowers of orange, gold and yellow decorating the dress. The ensemble also had a matching three tiered veil.
The bridal bouquet was of yellow roses with feathered mums, and her attendant's bouquet was fashioned of yellow carnations.
Performing the ushering duties were Dale Stevens of River Falls and Llewellyn Loucks of Colby.
A reception for about 110 guests was held at the Dorchester Municipal Hall, and during the evening, the guests were received at the home of the bride's parents.
The bride is an employee of the American Society of Anesthesiology, and the groom is employed by United Airlines. They will make their home at 1009 Touhy Av., Park Ridge, Ill.
Guests attending came from Park Ridge, Ill., Minneapolis, Minn., and Oak Creek, Pepin and Marshfield.
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