BioM: Fitzl, Mary, Rita (1972)
Surnames: Fitzl, Buss, Koopman, Rabska, Klabon, Radke, Thomas, Folstad, Kuester, Baehr, Orzechowski, Hellert
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 27 Apr 1972
Fitzl, Mary, Rita (8 APR 1972)
Now at home in Milwaukee are newlyweds of April 8, 1972. They are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Duane Buss, 1106A South 33rd Street.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fitzl, is the former Mary Rita Fitzl, route 2, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Buss, route 1, Withee (Clark Co.).
They said their nuptial vows at 1 p.m. in St. John's Lutheran Church, Withee, before the Rev. Arthur Hellert, with a blessing from the Rev. Leander A. Koopman, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greenwood. Mrs. Herman Rabska was organist and Mrs. Theodore Klabon was the soloist.
Given in marriage by her father, Miss Fitzl approached the altar in a white floor length gown of rayon organza and Schiffli lace with Watteau train. The bouffant veil fell from a Camelot headpiece of Veice lace, and in her bouquet were yellow roses and white carnations.
In the couple's wedding party Miss Cynthia Radke, Marshfield, served as maid of honor; Mrs. Judith Thomas, Greenwood, and Miss Jane Folstad of Stanley were bridesmaid; Rick Kuester, Thorp, was best man, and Wally Baehr, Withee, and John Orzechowski, Milwaukee, were groomsmen.
Kenneth Fitzl, Greenwood, and Marvin Buss, Withee, seated the wedding guests.
Powder blue floor length gowns of nylon over taffeta with Schiffli lace were worn by the bride's attendants, each of whom had a bouquet of yellow and blue-tinted carnations and yellow roses.
A reception was held, along with a supper and dance, at the Thorp Legion Hall.
Mrs. Buss attended Greenwood High School. She has been employed by ITT – Midwestern Life Insurance Corporation, and he is employed by W.J. Lazynski Company.
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