BioM: Rucker, Linda Lou (1971)
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Surnames: Rucker, Pagelsdorf, Hinker, Stumpner, Butterbrodt, Cook, Denniston
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 24 Jun 1971
Rucker, Linda Lou (12 JUN 1971)
Given in marriage be her eldest brother, Dennis Rucker, Linda Lou Rucker, Rt. 1, Pittsville, daughter of Mrs. Bernita Rucker and the late Mr. Rucker, was joined in marriage to William H. Pagelsdorf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pagelsdorf, Route 1, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.). The ceremony was performed Saturday, June 12, 1971, at 1:00 p.m. at the United Church of Christ, Pittsville, with Rev. Surender officiating. The soloist was Mr. Noel Denniston, accompanied by Mrs. Diane Denniston.
The bride wore an entrained bridal gown of sateau peau and Chantilly lace, in empire style, with bishop sleeves and bateau neckline. Her bouffant veil fell from a floral petaled headpiece. Her bridal cascade was of yellow sweetheart roses, stephanotis and variegated foliage and ivy.
Her maid of honor was Glenda Rucker, Pittsville, with Mrs. Gail (Ross) Rucker, Pittsville, Mrs. Patsy (George) Stumpner, Loyal, and Mrs. Carolyn (James) Hinker, Greenwood, as the bridesmaids.
They were seen in empire styled bridesmaid gowns of violet colored floral print chiffon with matching bow headpieces and umbrellas. Parasols decorated with spirals of ivy, yellow daisies and baby's breath, were carried.
Charles Butterbrodt, Loyal, acted as best man and Ross Rucker, Pittsville, George Stumpner, Loyal, and James Hinker, Greenwood, served as the groomsmen.
Roy Cook and Steve Rucker acted as ushers.
The reception, supper and dance were held at the Knights of Columbus Hall, Marshfield.
The new Mrs. Pagelsdorf is a graduate of Pittsville High School and is employed at Mid-State Vocational and Technical School, Marshfield, as a clerk and typist. Her husband graduated from Loyal High School and is engaged in farming.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Canada, the newlyweds will reside at route 1, Loyal.
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