BioM: Pernsteiner, Judy Ann (1973)


Surnames: Pernsteiner, Harder, King, Block, Schultz, Knecht, Pruss

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 09 Aug 1973

Pernsteiner, Judy Ann (4 AUG 1973)

Saturday, August 4, 1973, was the date chosen by Miss Judy Ann Pernsteiner of Route 1, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), for her married to Terry Victor Harder, Route 1, Loyal. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Chet Pernsteiner, Loyal, and Victor Harder and the late Valeria Harder, Loyal.

The 1:30 p.m. ceremony was performed by the Rev. Norbert E. King, at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Loyal. The Adult Choir of St. Anthony's sang.

Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a full length empire gown of sheer organza over taffeta, with a scoop neckline and sheer long sleeves. Floral Venice lace trimmed the neckline, sleeves, skirt, and the mantilla veil, which fell to a chapel length trim. Miss Pernsteiner carried a bridal bouquet of American Beauty roses and white carnations.

Maid of honor for the bride was Miss Judine Block, Colby, Wisconsin. Bridesmaids were Miss Joann Pernsteiner, Loyal, and Miss Diane Schultz, Loyal. Each attendant was attired in a full length empire gown of organdy with white flowers. Their colors were Pink, blue, and green. They each carried a colonial bouquet of assorted flowers to match their gowns.

Best man for Mr. Harder was Kenneth Knecht, Marshfield, Wisconsin. Groomsmen were Robert Knecht, Marshfield, and Rickey Harder, Loyal. Ushers for the ceremony were Jay Pernsteiner, Loyal, and Ronald Pruss, Wisconsin Rapids.

The wedding reception was held at K-Korners, followed by a dinner in the parish hall. A dance in the evening was held at Unity Village Hall.

The bride is a 1967 graduate of Loyal High School and is employed at Land O Lakes, Cheese Division, Spencer, Wisconsin.

The groom graduated from Spencer High School in 1972 and is presently employed at Black River Campers, Loyal.

After a wedding trip to Minnesota and southern Wisconsin, the new Mr. and Mrs. Harder will make their home at Route 1, Loyal.



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