BioM: Rueth, Barbara Ann (1972)
Surnames: Rueth, Schultz, King, Primc, Goodwin, Nelson, Zugier, Mrotek
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 27 Apr 1972
Rueth, Barbara Ann (8 APR 1972)
St. Anthony's Catholic Church at Loyal was the setting for the marriage of Barbara Ann Rueth, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Rueth, route 2, Loyal, and Mr. Allen H. Schultz, Wausau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schultz, route 1, Abbotsford. The ceremony was performed April 8, 1972 at 1:30 p.m., with Rev. Father N.E. King officiating. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Sister Joan provided the music at the organ.
The bride wore a floor length bridal gown of imported ivory colored organza with Venetian lace, long full sleeves and detachable train. Her ivory illusion veil fell from an ivory satin bow headpiece. She carried a cascade arrangement of various shades of pink carnations.
Miss Mary Rueth, Loyal, was the maid of honor, with Miss Jo An Primc, Loyal, and Miss Jan Goodwin, Loyal, as bridesmaids.
Each wore a floor length gown of ivory voile with pink and ivory lace bodice. They carried nosegays of varying shades of pink carnations.
Jerry Schultz, the groom's brother, Abbotsford, was the best man, with Darwin Nelson, Genoa City, and Ron Zugier, Dorchester, as groomsmen.
Bill Rueth, Loyal, and Dave Mrotek, Abbotsford, performed the ushering duties.
After the wedding, the reception was held at the Loyal Fire Hall, dinner at the church hall, followed by the dance at the Loyal Fire Hall.
Mrs. Schultz is a graduate of Loyal High School and Shirlee's Institute of Hair Design and Cosmetology in Eau Claire. Her husband graduated from Colby High School and Wausau Technical Institute, and is presently employed at Drott Manufacturing, Wausau.
After a wedding trip to an undisclosed location, the couple will reside at Route 3, White Birch Mobile Home Court, Merrill.
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