BioM: Schmid, Kathleen (1970)
Surnames: Schmid, Weber, Schuh, Sebold, Hammon, Feddick, Dessl
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 13 Aug 1970
Schmid, Kathleen (1 AUG 1970)
Mr. and Mrs. Anselm J. Schmid of route 1, Dorchester, presented their daughter, Kathleen, in marriage to John Joseph Weber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Weber, also of route 1, Dorchester, Saturday, August 1, 1970. The Rev. Gerald G. Schuh officiated at the one o'clock nuptial mass, for which Sister Marijean Weber, O.S.F., was the organist. The Sebold sisters sang the mass, and the groom sang a solo, "One Hand, One Heart."
For her wedding, the bride chose a floor length gown of organza with a detachable chapel sweep train. The empire bodice was enriched with lace, as was the stand-up wedding ring collar neckline embroidered with pearls. The short puff sleeves had a lace hemline and the A-line skirt had trellised lace to give a sunburst effect. The lace trellising was repeated in the train.
She carried a bouquet of white and peach colored roses entwined with ivy and leather leaf. A cap of Venice lace daisies and crystal loops and drops held the elbow length nylon illusion veil.
Her attendants were attired in olive green floor length gowns of chidden over linen, detailed with Venice lace. They were designed with short puff sleeves and A-line skirts, with panel lace effect in front, and small bow at the empire back. Each carried a bouquet of white, yellow and burnt orange pompons.
Honor couple in the wedding party were Miss Patricia Schmid and Donnie Hammon of Medford. Miss Marilyn Schmid and Miss Virginia Weber and Donald Schmid, all of Dorchester, and Jay Feddick of Mt. Prospect, Illinois, were the other attendants. Evonne Schmid and Steve Weber served as flower girl and ring bearer.
Dennis Dessl of Chicago and David Feddick of Abbotsford were the ushers.
Following the services, the new Mr. and Mrs. Weber received the best wishes and congratulations of relatives and friends at a dinner, reception and dance at Memorial Hall, Dorchester.
After a honeymoon in Hawaii and the Fiji Islands, they will make their home in Milwaukee. Mr. Weber, who has been attended the University of Wisconsin, Marshfield-Wood campus, will continue his education as a music major and speech minor, in Milwaukee.
His bride, a graduate of the Colby High School in 1967, is also a graduate of Weaver Airline School, Kansas City, Missouri, and was employed by American Airlines in Chicago.
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