BioM: Lock, Constance N. (1967)


Surnames: Lock, Hughes, Brown, Hinrichs, Lipport, Milan, Haselow, Parson, Todd

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Jul 1967

Lock, Constance N. (22 JUL 1967)

A honeymoon in Bermuda is in the offing for Mr. and Mrs. Richard O. Hughes, who were married at two o'clock in the afternoon, Saturday, July 22, 1967 at Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Madison by the Rev. Joseph E. Brown.

The former Miss Constance N. Lock, daughter of Mrs. Earl A. Lock, 17 Bluebird Court, Madison, and the late Mr. Lock, was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Ronald A. Hinrichs, Crystal, Minn., to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Hughes of Owen (Clark Co., Wis.).

When the bride approached the altar she was wearing a full length white satin peau de soie gown with train and an illusion elbow length veil held by a petal headpiece. Her flowers were a cascade of gardenias.

In the bridal party were Mrs. Ronald A. Hinrichs, Crystal, Minn., matron of honor, and Miss Mary Ellen Hughes, Owen, and Miss Priscilla Lipport, Madison, bridesmaids.

They wore yellow floor length dresses of satin peau de soi and lace and carried baskets of daisies.

Kenneth Milan, Madison, was best man; Duke Haselow, Eau Claire and Gary Parson, Duluth, Minn., were groomsmen; and David Martin, Madison, and Patrick Todd, Sandwich, Ill., were ushers.

The reception-buffet followed the ceremony at the Park Motor Inn, Madison.

The new matron graduated this year from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, where her husband received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees. He is affiliated with Sigma Chi and Iota Rho Chi Fraternities, and is employed as a supervisor for the U.S. Gauge in Sellersville, Pa.

The address of the newlyweds is 639 S. Broad St., Sellersville, Pa.



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