BioM: Hardt, Jocelyn Betty (1970)
Surnames: Hardt, Shattuck, Seip, Kremsreiter, Thurs, Punke
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Oct 1970
Hardt, Jocelyn Betty (19 SEP 1970)
Miss Jocelyn Betty Hardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hardt, route 1, Athens, was given in marriage by her father to Lynn Allen Shattuck, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Shattuck, route 1, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), on Saturday, September 19, 1970, during a 1:30 p.m. ceremony performed by the Rev. David Seip in Trinity Lutheran Church in Athens. Mrs. Herman Punke played the organ.
The bride carried white chrysanthemums and red roses and wore a white chantilace and peau gown with chapel train and redingote design, also a headpiece of lace petals, pearls and peau holding a three-tiered bouffant veil.
Her attendants were Miss Sherry Thurs, Wausau, the maid of honor, and Miss Rhonda Hardt and Mrs. Ronald Kremsreiter, both of Athens, and Mrs. Dale Shattuck, Thorp, the bridesmaids.
The maid of honor’s flowers were were candy pink and white chrysanthemums and the bridesmaids turquoise and white chrysanthemums. They were attired in candy pink and turquoise gowns. Their headpieces were matching net petals and Venice flowers with short bouffant veils.
Others in the wedding party were Karla Kremsreiter, miniature bride; Kenneth Kremsreiter and Gerald Hardt, both of Athens, and Dale Shattuck, Thorp, groomsmen; and Roger Shattuck, Owen, and Raymond Hardt, Athens, ushers.
The wedding reception, supper and dance were held at the Trianon Ballroom in Athens. Following a honeymoon trip through western states, the couple will live in Athens.
Mrs. Shattuck graduated in 1969 from Athens High School and has been employed by Standard Container Company o fEdgar. Her husband, who has been working for Foremost Foods in Owen, is a graduate of Owen-Withee High School.
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