BioM: Dankemyer, Deborah Ann (1972)
Surnames: Dankemyer, Weyer, King, Marg, Bigelow, Denk
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 10 Aug 1972
Dankemyer, Deborah Ann (5 AUG 1972)
Miss Deborah Ann Dankemyer, route 1, Chili (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankemyer, route 1, Chili, and James Arthur Weyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weyer, route 1, Loyal (Clark Co.), were joined in marriage Saturday, August 5, 1972, at St. Anthony's Church, Loyal.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, while the Denk family, Loyal, provided a guitar mass. Father N.E. King officiated.
The bride wore a white floor length gown, empire style with a high neckline, long sleeves, and a mantilla veil with a long flowing train. The dress and veil were trimmed with white daisies. She carried red roses, white carnations with trailing satin streamers with red buds at the ends.
Miss Cynthia Dankemyer, Chili, was the maid of honor, with Miss Joan Dankemyer, Chili, and Mrs. Peggy Marg, Chili, as bridesmaids.
Her attendants wore empire styled gowns with puffed sleeves at the shoulder, which tapered to the wrist. The dresses were ruffled at the neck and wrist. They carried aqua, white, and apricot gardenias.
The groomsmen wore wore Edwardian suits of white and black trim, black flares, white shirts with black ruffle trim.
Brenda Dankemyer and Terry Weyer were the flower girl and ring bearer.
Joseph Weyer, Loyal, was the best man, with Ed Weyer and Ray Weyer, Loyal, as groomsmen.
Archie Bigelow and Pat Weyer were the ushers.
After the wedding, the reception, dinner and dance were held at Eagles Hall, Marshfield.
The new Mrs. Weyer is a 1969 graduate of Neenah High School and has been employed at Land O' Lakes in Spencer. Her husband is a 1969 graduate of Loyal High School and does factory work at Wick Building Systems, Spencer. The couple will reside in Spencer.
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