BioM: Schilling, Marie (1968)
Transcriber: Pam Harders - email@example.com
Surnames: Wehrman, Schilling, Seip, Rogers, Punke, Borchardt, Mueller, Heldt
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 30 May 1968
Schilling, Marie (25 MAY 1968)
The marriage of Mrs. Marie Schilling, route 1, Colby, and Gene L. Wehrman Sr., route 2, Athens, took place Saturday, May 25, 1968 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Athens.
The Rev. David Seip officiated at the ceremony, during which Michael Rogers of Colby San "Wherever Thou Goest: and :Jesu, Joy of Living Hearts." The organist was Mrs. Herman Punke.
Following the ceremony, a reception was held at Wayne and Geri's Bar, and a dance in the evening was held at the Trianon Ballroom.
The presents of the bride are Mrs. Elizabeth Borchardt of route 1, Edgar, and the late Mr. Borchardt, and Mr. Wehrman's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Wehrman of route 1, Stratford.
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Borchardt, cousin of the bride, served the honored couple as best man and matron of honor. The bridesmaid was Miss Grace Mueller, route 2, Athens, a friend of the couple. Groomsman was Elroy Heldt of route 2, Athens, a friend of the groom.
Serving as flower girl was Kristine Schilling, route 1, Colby, the daughter of the bride, and Gene Wehrman Jr., son of the groom, was the ring bearer.
Performing the ushering duties were nephews of the bride, Ardel Borchardt and Terry Borchardt, both of route 2, Edgar.
The bride chose a light blue suit with matching headpiece and white accessories. She wore a corsage of pink cymbidium orchids and white carnations. Other accessories were a pendant necklace with matching earrings, gifts of the groom.
Mrs. Borchardt wore a light beige suit with a matching headpiece, and Mis Mueller a light yellow suit, also with matching headpiece. Each wore corsages of Garnett roses with white carnations. Pendant necklaces were gifts of the bride.
Kristine was dressed like her mother with a blue suit and she wore a pink carnation corsage.
A wedding trip is planned to Tucson, ARiz., and Cincinnati, Ohio. Both have been farming, and they will be living on route 1, Colby.
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