BioM: Colenbaugh, Kay (1968)
Surnames: Colenbaugh, Klabon, Heidt, Goble, Long
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 14 Nov 1968
Colenbaugh, Kay (21 OCT 1968)
On October 21, 1968 at 2:30 p.m. the First United Church of Christ near Clay City, Indiana was the scene of a beautiful autumn wedding as Kay Colenbaugh and Arthur "Skip" Klabon were united in holy wedlock.
The bride wore a white floor length gown of silk linen and re-embroidered Alencon lace with scoop neckline and long tapering sleeves. The fitted bodice and A-line skirt were accented with re-embroidered Alencon lace applique. The detachable chapel train was of linen and lace.
The attendants were Mrs. Thomas Heidt of Evansville, Indiana, as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen Colenbaugh, sister of the bride, and Laurel Klabon, sister of the groom. They were gowned in gold satin dresses, accented with arusset streamer and carried bronze pompons in a wicker basket. Dick Long, cousin of the bride, acted as page and carried the rings on a white Bible topped with a nosegay of bronze pompons.
The groom was attended by Peter Goble of Clay City, as best an. Duane Klabon, brother of the groom, and Jack Long, cousin of the bride, were groomsmen. Mark Klabon, brother of the groom, and Glen Colenbaugh, brother of the bride, were ushers.
Guests attended from Chicago, Half Day, Melrose Park Rockford, Wood Dale, Lombard, Illinois; Twin Lakes and Withee, Wisconsin, and Indiana.
The newlyweds are now residents of Owen (Clark Co., Wis.).
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