BioM: Phillippi, Cathy (1975)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Phillippi, Hubing, Bornoski, Scott, Schmitt, Goodmen, Singer, Cox, Zettler, Schoonover, Anderegg
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 9/25/1975
Phillippi, Cathy (Marriage – 13 September 1975)
A home on Rt. 2 Loyal, awaited Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hubing, who were married September 13 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church in Loyal. The 1:30 p.m. ceremony was followed by a reception at the Loyal American Legion Hall.
The bride, the former Miss Cathy Phillippi, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Phillippi, Rt. 1 Pittsville. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hubing, Loyal.
A cascade arrangement of Mary Devore sweetheart roses, daisies, button pompons, baby’s breath and foliage complimented the bride’s A-line satapeau gown trimmed with venise lace. Her face-framing head piece of matching lace held a bouffant veil.
Miss Becky Phillippi, Pittsville, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Jerry Phillippi of Wisconsin Rapids, Mrs. James Bornoski of Wausau, Miss Dawn Scott of Babcock and Miss Sharon Hubing of Loyal. Their empire-style gowns of autumn shades of red, yellow, green, orange and pink featured pinafore styling. They carried baskets of daisies, button pompons tinted to match their gowns, baby’s breath and foliage.
Serving as bestman was Dale Schmitt, Loyal. Groomsmen were Jerry Phillippi of Wisconsin Rapids, James Bornoski of Wausau, Dale Goodmen of Loyal and Dale Phillippi of Pittsville. Tony Singer and Fred Cox acted as ushers.
Judy Zettler played the guitar and sang. Sharon Schoonover and Diane Anderegg also sang. The organist was Jodie Schoonover.
The new Mrs. Hubing is a 1972 graduate of Pittsville High School. Her husband, who graduated from Loyal High School in 1969, farms and is employed as a milk truck driver.
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