BioM: Gottschalk, Sarah Mae (1972)


Surnames: Gottschalk, Warns, Farrell, Busch, Lemerampe, Kallion, Matthias, Helf, De Muth

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 08 Jun 1972

Gottschalk, Sarah Mae (20 MAY 1972)

At the Xavier Cathedral in Green Bay on Saturday, May 20, 1972, a nuptial mass was read by the Rev. Paul De Muth, uniting John William Warns, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Warns of Withee (Clark Co., Wis.) and Miss Sarah Mae Gottschalk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Gottschalk (deceased, of Green Bay). Both are students at the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point.

The bride chose a floor length lace down fashioned with an empire waisted accented with light blue ribbon. The puffy gathered sleeves came to her elbow, and the high collard was ruffled. Her Mantilla veil with lace trim was attached to a pearl tiara crown, and she carried a bouquet of wild flowers of many bright colors shaped into a ball, with streamers attached.

Attending as matron of honor was her close friend, Mrs. John Farrell, and bridesmaids were Miss Theresa Jampen Busch, a niece, and Miss Patricia Warns, the groom's sister. Miss Lori Lemerampe served as her junior bridesmaid.

Attending the groom was Daniel L. Kallion, a groomsmen, Peter Warns and David A. Matthias. Dennis Warns served s his brother's junior groomsman. Ushering was Peter Helf, the bride's nephew.

A dinner was held at the Downtowner Motel in Green Bay for about 200 guests.

Both the bride and groom are attending the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, and will attend in the fall. The bride attended the East High School in Green Bay, and one year at Stevens Point. The groom is a graduate of Owen-Withee High School and will be a senior this year at Stevens Point.



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