BioM: Bayuk, Mary June (1971)
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Surnames: Bayuk, Nauertz, Mertens, Clark, Pakiz, Zickert, Novak, Genett
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 19 Aug 1971
Bayuk, Mary June (7 AUG 1971)
Nuptial ceremonies were performed at the Holy Family Church, Willard, on August 7, 1971 at one o'clock for Mary June Bayuk, Neillsville (Clark Co., Wis.), and Gary Nauertz, Neillsville.
Mary June, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bayuk, Willard, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mrs. Alice Nauertz of Neillsville.
The Rev. Michael Mertens officiated at the ceremony. Richard Bayuk and John Clark Sang with Patrice Pakiz at the organ.
The bride was seen in a gown of white crepe with empire styling and train. Her gown was trimmed with embroidery type lace. She wore a matching crown with elbow length veil. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, baby's breath, ivy and springeri.
Her maid of honor was Christine, Bayuk, Willard, with Mary Ellen Bayuk of Marshfield acting as bridesmaid.
All wore empire style gowns with a high neckline, short puffed sleeves. The top of the dresses were a daisy print in pastel colors, and the skirt was solid yellow. Each carried white baskets with pastel colored daisies.
Rosemary Bayuk was flower girl and Dallas Zicker was the ring bearer.
Thomas Nauertz, West Bend, was the best man, and the groomsman was Wayne Novak of Marshfield. Richard Genett, Milwaukee, and Patrick Bayuk of Willard performed the ushering duties.
After the ceremony the reception and dinner were held at the Holy Family Parish Center.
Mrs. Nauertz graduated in 1967 from St. Mary's Academy, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, and is presently employed at Memorial Hospital at Neillsville.
The groom graduated in 1964 from Neillsville High School and is presently employed at Nelson Muffler Corp. Neillsville.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin, the couple will be at home at 1104 grand Ave., Neillsville, Wisconsin.
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