BioM: Barr, Sandra Jean (1963)
Surnames: Barr, Schneider, Becker, Allen, Solberg, Stone, Buss
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Dec1963
Barr, Sandra Jean (9 NOV 1963)
Thomas Arthur Schneider of Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Schneider, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), claimed as his bride, Miss Sandra Jean Barr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Barr, Cameron, in St. John's Lutheran Church at Cameron on Saturday, November 9, 1963, at 2:30 p.m.
Altar flowers for the double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev. E.R. Becker, included white gladioli and brown and yellow chrysanthemums. Mr. Barr gave his daughter in marriage.
Miss Kathy and Maryen Allen of Cameron sang "Wedding Prayer" and "O Perfect Love."
The bride, carrying an arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums, was attired in a white organza chapel entrained bridal gown, the bouffant skirt having a bustle back and panel effect in front, outlined by lace motifs on the fitted bodice and scoop neckline. Her three-tiered crown of aurora borealis crystals and pearls held her fingertip net veiling.
Miss Barbara Ann Barr, the maid of honor, carried autumn brown and yellow chrysanthemums. Her street length white velvet frock had a huge white satin bow at the back and her attire was accented with a pearl crown.
Identically attired were the bridesmaids, Miss Pat Solberg of Canton and Miss Anne Stone, Rice Lake.
David C. Schneider was the best man; Larry Barr and Myron Buss, groomsmen; and Jerold Schneider and Thomas Barr ushered.
The wedding supper was served at 4:30 p.m. at the Parish Hall. The newlyweds are making their home in Milwaukee, where the bridegroom is employed at Grede Foundry as a core maker. He attended Greenwood High School.
The new Mrs. Schneider, who graduated from Cameron High School, is presently employed as a factory worker.
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