BioM: Smith, Kathleen Ann (1972)
Surnames: Smith, Thorne, Sprengler, Schmidt, Schumacher, Sebold, Schneider, Herrington, Paul, Southworth
---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Jun 1972
Smith, Kathleen Ann (10 JUN 1972)
Miss Kathleen Ann Smith, Abbotsford, and Jerrold Macy Thorne, route 1, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), exchanged marriage vows at 4 p.m. Saturday, June 10, 1972, at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Dorchester.
Miss Smith, daughter of George Smith, Dorchester, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thorne, route 1, Owen, and the pastor of the Church, the Rev. F.H. Sprengler, was officiant.
Miss Beverly Schmidt, Medford, was vocalist and Miss Ellen Schumacher, Dorchester, organist.
For her wedding Miss Smith selected a floor length gown of nylon sheer and Venice lace in A-line silhouette, with chapel sweep train. An Elbow length veil billowed from her Juliet cap. She had a colonial bouquet of white roses, lily of the valley and baby's breath.
Bridal aides wore floor length gowns of Nile green organza, and each hd miniature carnations in her hair, and colonial bouquet of baby's breath and blue and green tinted carnations.
Miss Judith Sebold of Abbotsford was maid of honor, and Mrs. Larry Harrington, Owen, and Mrs. Paul Schneider, Plover, were brides matrons.
Keith Paul of Appleton served the groom as best man, and Larry Herrington and Dennis Southworth, both of Owen, were groomsmen.
A reception dinner and dance in Dorchester Memorial Hall followed the church services.
Mrs. Thorne graduated from Colby High School in 1967, and has been employed as secretary in the Abbotsford Public School system. Her husband graduate the same year from Owen-Withee High School and attended the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point. He is currently employed at Liberty Homes, Inc., Dorchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Thorne will make their home in Abbotsford.
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