BioM: Vladick, Aural Marie (1968)

Transcriber: Pam Harders - 

Surnames: Umhoefer, Vladick, Winter, Giese, Thoresen, Young, Cramblit, Krueger, Engebretson, Sturm, Pasineau

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 13 Jun 1968

Vladick, Aural Marie (8 JUN 1968)

Paul Anthony Umhoefer II, son of Mrs. Catherine Umhoefer, Colby, and the late Paul Umhoefer, took Miss Aural Marie Vladick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Vladick of Gardner Road, route 2, Mosinee, as his bride on Saturday, June 8, 1968.

The Rev. Stephen Umhoefer of Cross Plains, cousin of the groom, officiated at the 1 o'clock ceremony at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Wausau.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a heavy silk shantung skimmer, featuring an A-line skirt, Sabrina neckline and short sleeves. Venetian lace appliques detailed the sleeveless organdy coat which flowed into a long, full train. A band of Venetian lace encircled her hair and held a short bridal veil. She carried three calla lilies.

Mrs. Robert Winter of Wausau served as her sister's matron of honor. Miss Patricia Giese of Platteville, a cousin, was maid of honor. Mrs. Paul Thoresen of Milwaukee, a college roommate of the bride while at Fribourg, Switzerland, Mrs. Denver Young of Iron, Minn., and Miss Ann Umhoefer of Colby, a sister of the groom, were bridesmaids.

The honor attendants were attired in floor length dresses made of a blue, green and gold print on white linen; the others wore avocado green crepe. Each carried a single gold mum and had matching headpieces of small mums.

Mark Umhoefer of Colby was his brother's best man. Philip Umhoefer of Colby, another brother, Mark Vladick of Madison, a cousin of the bride, John Umhoefer and Charles Umhoefer of Janesville, cousins of the groom, completed the wedding party.

Robert Winter of Wausau and Paul Thoresen of Milwaukee seated the wedding guests at the church.

Honored guests were the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Bessie Cramblit of Dayton, Ohio, and the groom's paternal grandmother, Mrs. Bertha Umhoefer of Colby.

Music for the wedding was provided by Mrs. James Krueger and Mrs. James Engebretson, organists, and Mrs. Richard Sturm and Dr. Frank Pasineau, Wausau, ,soloists.

As part of the nuptial ceremony, the bride placed a bouquet on the altar of the Blessed Mother.

The new Mr. and Mrs. Umhoefer received the congratulations and best wishes of relatives and friends at a reception at the Elks Club at Wausau.

On their return from a honeymoon trip to Montreal and Quebec, Canada, they will live at 716 12th Street, Apt. 12, Baraboo, Wisconsin.

Guests at the wedding came from Colby, Madison, Green Bay, Baraboo, Janesville, Platteville, Appleton, Merrill, Oregon, Minocqua, Menasha, Plainfield, Wausau, Whitefish Bay, Wis., Iron and Hector, Minn., Dayton, Ohio, Chicago, Palatine, McHenry and Glen Ellyn, Ill.

The bride attended the Institute des Hautes, Fribourg, Switzerland, and holds a BA degree in liberal arts (French) from Rosary College, River Forest, Ill. She has her Master's degree in library science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, and will be head of the Library-Learning Resource Center at the University of Wisconsin, Baraboo, Sauk County Campus.

Mr. Umhoefer is a graduate of the Wisconsin State University of Stevens Point, holding a BA degree in history. He served for three years in the Army Security Agency in the United States and Europe.

The rehearsal dinner, given by Mrs. Catherine Umhoefer, was held at the Holiday Inn, Wausau, on Friday night, June 7.



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