BioM: Radue, Janice Elsie (1972)


Surnames: Radue, Humlie, Swenson, Voss, Hinkelmann, Olmsted, Jones, Nelson, Burgener, Peterson

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 25 May 1972

Radue, Janice Elsie (13 MAY 1972)

Miss Janice Elsie Radue, who resided at 409A S. Cedar Ave., Marshfield, and worked at Famers Insurance Group, was married Saturday, May 13, 1972 at Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.).

She exchanged vows with John Gerhard Swenson, Scandinavia, before Rev. William Humlie. She and her husband, who works for the Madison Silo Co. in Waupaca, are planning a wedding trip this fall, and now make their home in Scandinavia.

Miss Radue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Radue, route 1, Neillsville (Clark Co.), was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. John O. Swenson, route 1, Scandinavia. Soloist was Mrs. Kenneth Voss, and organists were Mrs. Kenneth Voss and Miss Brenda Hinkelmann.

A gown of lace and faille satin with a cathedral train, was worn by the bride. She complemented it was a Venice lace headpiece and fingertip veil. Her bouquet was comprised of red and white roses with white ribbon streamers.

As maid of honor, Miss Ardyce Radue, Marshfield, and junior bridesmaid, Debbie Olmsted of New London, wore floor length gowns of crepe in light blue, and the bridesmaids, Miss Diane Swenson and Mrs. Connie Jones, both of Wausau, were seen in romance blue gowns.

Each aide carried a bouquet of white gardenias with navy ribbons, and wore a headpiece of white gardenias.

In the groom's party, Paul Nelson, Scandinavia, was best man, while James Burgener, Wausau, and Gordon Peterson, Scandinavia, were groomsmen, and Dennis Radue, Neillsville, was junior groomsman.

Way Radue and Daryl Swenson did ushering duties.

Wedding guests were greeted by the young couple during their reception, dinner and dance at the Village Plaza in Spencer.

Mrs. Swenson is a May 1970 graduate of Computer and Business Skill Institute in Chicago, Ill., and her husband graduated from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, in June 1969.



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