BioM: Habighorst, Kathleen Sue (1966)
Surnames: Habighorst, Urman, Frederickson, Mathewson, Heideman, Haselow, Bakke, Erickson, Dallman
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 13 Oct 1966
Habighorst, Kathleen Sue (1 OCT 1966)
United in marriage Saturday, October 1, 1966, was Miss Kathleen Sue Habighorst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Habighorst, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), and Dale Randall Frederickson, son of Mrs. Dale Frederickson, Withee.
Rev. LeRoy Urman officiated at the 4 p.m. ceremony in St. John's Lutheran Church at Withee. Mr. Habighorst gave his daughter in marriage. Miss Sharon Heideman was organist and Jeff Mathewson sand "Wedding Prayer." White satin bows marked the epws and bouquets of chrysanthemums decorated the altar.
A white satin brocade dress with bell shaped skirt and empire waist was chose by the bride. Her crown of beaded peaks held a shoulder length silk illusion veil, and she carried an all-white colonial bouquet of chrysanthemums.
Miss Kathleen Frederickson of Withee served as maid of honor. Mrs. Karen Haselow, Fond du Lac, and Miss Julie Bakke, Withee, were bridesmaids. Their floor length dresses of golden crepe were styled similar to that of the bride, and were decorated with rust colored velvet. Rust pillbox hats and colonial bouquets of rust, yellow and white chrysanthemums complemented the dresses.
Robert Erickson, Withee, served the groom as best man, while Allan Dallman, Greenwood, and John Habighorst, Columbus, were groomsmen. Rodney and Kurt Frederickson were ushers.
The wedding day events were held at the Meadowview Country Club.
Mrs. Frederickson is a 1966 graduate of Owen-Withee High School and has been employed at Owen by American Gas Company. Her husband graduated from that high school in 1962 and is a cost accountant for Frederick Post Co. at Owen. After a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin, the bridal couple will make their home in Owen.
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