BioM: Stoiber, Barbara Ann (1969)
Surnames: Graham, Stoiber, Schuh, Potaczek, Ecker, Reyes, Fischer, Millain (?), Anthony, Borowski
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 17 Jul 1969
Stoiber, Barbara Ann (5 JUL 1969)
Miss Barbara Ann Stoiber of Appleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Stoiber of Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Dennis Perry Graham of Appleton, son of Perry Graham of Bisbee, Arizona, and Mrs. Michael Reyes of Shiocton, Wisconsin, formerly of Abbotsford, in a ceremony performed at noon on July 5, 1969 at St. Louis Catholic Church, Dorchester. The Rev. Gerald Schuh officiated. Miss Karen Sebold was the organist and accompanist for the Sebold sisters who sang.
For her wedding, the bride chose a gown designed with a high neckline, bishop's sleeves of organza and peau d'ange lace, a fitted bodice and modified bell skirt boradered with lace and trimmed with pearls and sequins, and a detachable train. A double tiered princes crown of crystals and pearls held her imported silk illusion veil. White Fuji mums and daisies were combined in the bridal bouquet.
Attending as honor couple were Miss Marge Stoiber and Richard Stoiber of Dorchester. Miss Elaine Potaczek of Medford, Miss Joann Decker of Dorchester, and Miss DeLane Reyes of Shiocton were bridesmaids.
Shelly Fischer of Milwaukee was the flower girl and Chuck Decker of Dorchester was ring bearer.
Jeff Millain (?) of Milwaukee, Bill Decker of Dorchester, and Carl Anthony of Shiocton completed the wedding party.
Donald Fischer of New Berlin and Sam Borowski of Thorp seated the guests in the church.
Dresses of powder blue Pollyanna and powder blue petal headpieces were selected by the bride's attendants. The gowns were made with high scallop necklines, bishop's sleeves and a contrasting satin sash with obi bow. They carried baskets of yellow daisies.
The new Mr. and Mrs. Graham greeted guests at a reception at the Dorchester fire hall, and in the evening at a dance at Dorchester Memorial Hall.
The bride, who attended the Colby High School and a year at Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire, is employed at the First National Bank at Appleton. The groom is employed t Kurz & Root.
They will make their home at 626 N. Prospect Ave., Appleton.
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