BioM: Stelzel, Beverly (1969)
Surnames: Kramer, Stelzel, Benson, Loether, Lindberg, House, Weideman, Schneider
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/06/1969
Stelzel, Beverly (15 FEB 1969)
Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kramer are now making their home at Burlington, Iowa, where he is employed at Brenner Tea Company.
The marriage of Miss Beverly Stelzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Stelzel, Dorchester, and Dennis Kramer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kramer, Abbotsford, took place Saturday evening, Feb. 15, 1969 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Wausau. The Rev. Herbert Praeuner officiated at the 7 o’clock ceremony. Robert Benson of Sun Prairie, former vocal music instructor at the Abbotsford High School, was the organist.
The bride fashioned her sleeveless wedding gown of nylon over taffeta with a built in chapel train. Pearl encrusted lace trimmed the rolled collar and was combined with a nylon chiffon rosebud to form the headpiece for the chapel length veil. She carried a colonial bouquet of gardenias and baby’s breath.
The honor couple was John Loether of Waukegan, Ill., and Miss Beth Lindberg of Minneapolis. Miss Cindy Kramer of Abbotsford, sister of the groom, and Dwight Kramer of Abbotsford, a cousin, completed the wedding party.
Guests were ushered by Kenneth House of Medford, Alfred Weideman of Abbotsford, and Thomas Schneider of Eau Claire.
The bride’s attendants were attired in sleeveless green spray chiffon over taffeta gowns with ruffled necklines, empire waistlines, and full satin panels extending from the shoulders. Tinted carnations surrounded the pink rose buds in their colonial bouquets.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Kramer received the congratulations and best wishes of relatives and friends at a reception at the Motor Hotel, Wausau, after the ceremony.
Both young people are graduates of Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire, and the groom is also a graduate of the management internship program of the American Management Association, Saranac Lake, N.Y.
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