BioM: Juedes, Linda (1970)
Surnames: Juedes, Haas, Nixdorf Sprengler, Schultz, Steevens
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 05 Feb 1970
Juedes, Linda (24 JAN 1970)
Linda Juedes of Dorchester became the bride of James Haas of Cedar Rapids, Iowa on Saturday, January 24, 1970 at St. Peter's Lutheran Church in Dorchester. The Rev. F.H. Sprengler officiated at the 1;30 p.m. ceremony. Paul Nixdorf was the organist. Sally Schultz sang a solo, "O Father, All Creating."
The parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Donald Juedes of Dorchester (Clark Co., Wis.) and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haas of Colby (Clark Co.).
The attendants were miss Sandra Juedes of Dorchester, a sister of the bride, and Dean Haas of Colby, a brother of the groom. Dale Steevens and Russell Haas performed ushering duties.
The bride appeared in a floor-length gown styled of peau de soie, with Venice lace bodice, a high neckline, long full bell sleeves and a chapel train. A lace pillbox held her bouffant silk illusion veil. Her flowers were yellow roses accompanied by white daisy poms.
The bridal attendant wore a floor-length gown of deep brown satin, accented with crème colored lace on the cuffs of the bell sleeves, the high neckline and bodice. Her flowers were yellow and white daisy poms.
Following the wedding, there was a reception at Dorchester Municipal Hall, a buffet supper and dancing in the evening. The 110 guests present included out of town guests from Chippewa Falls, Pepin, Milwaukee, Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Cambridge, Coloma, Virginia, River Falls and Wauwatosa.
The bride, a former student at WSU, Eau Claire, will continue at the University of Iowa. The groom, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, is employed as an electrical engineer. The couple are making their home at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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