BioM: Beck, Kathryn (1972)
Surnames: Beck, Sladich, Reinke, , Eldridge, Mickett, Kuznacic, Tomczak, Seichter, Burgard, Wusing
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 13 Jul 1972
Beck, Kathryn (3 JUN 1972)
On June 3, 1972, Rev. James Beck witnessed the exchange of vows between Kathryn Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Beck of 1327 No. 13th Street, Sheboygan, Wisconsin, and Edward Sladich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ignatius Sladich, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), at a 12:00 noon nuptial mass at Holy Name Catholic Church, Sheboygan. Music for the Mass was provided by Claude Burgard, the vocalist, accompanied by James Wusing at the organ.
The bride's attendants, all from Sheboygan, were Miss Nancy, Reinke, maid of honor, Mrs. Allan Tomczak, the bride's aunt, as bridesmaid, and Julie Eldridge, cousin of the bride, as junior bridesmaid.
Attendants for the bridegroom included Robert Mickett, Greenwood, best man, William Sladich, his brother, Greenwood, groomsman, and James Kuznacic, his cousin, Sheboygan, as junior groomsman. Ushering duties were shared by Allen Tomczak and Richard Seichter, uncles of the bride.
The American Legion Hall, Sheboygan Falls, was the scene of the reception in the afternoon and dance in the evening. The next day a barbeque pork dinner and reception were held at the home of the groom's parents at Greenwood for friends and relatives of the couple.
The bride graduated from North High School, Sheboygan, in 1969, and is presently employed at Wigwam Mills, Inc. The groom graduated with the class of 1968 from Greenwood High School, Greenwood, served two years in the Army, one of which was with the 101st Airborne Division in Vietnam. After a two year leave of absence, he is now again employed by Kohler, Company, Kohler, Wisconsin.
The couple plan a delayed honeymoon in late July to South Dakota and points west..
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