BioM: Lube, Judith Rae (1971)


Surnames: Lube, Mueller, Raasch, Hamann, Hooper, Martindale, Straub, Gerke

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 24 Jun 1971

Lube, Judith Rae (19 JUN 1971)

St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in North Green Grove was the scene of the 1:30 p.m. ceremony Saturday, June 19, 1971, which united Miss Judith Rae Lube, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lube, Route 2, Colby, and David Lee Mueller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mueller, 409 West Spencer Street, Colby.

The Rev. Arthur Raasch performed the ceremony before the altar bedecked with bouquets of pastel gladiolas and large daisies.

Given in marriage by her father, Judith wore an entrained floor length bridal gown of silk organza with Venetian lace and short puffed sleeves. Her shoulder length veil of silk illusion was attached to Juliet headpiece of Venetian lace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of a single giant white orchid surrounded by cascading white carnations and entwining ivy.

The bride’s ister, Mrs. Joyce Hamann of Curtiss, was the matron of honor. Mrs. Maxine Hooper, Eau Claire, and Carla Martindale, Ladysmith, served as bridesmaids. The attendants were attired in floor length gowns of white organza with blue stripes and rows of blue flowers, the high neckline, and empire waist and lady bishop sleeves trimmed in deep blue velvet ribbon. Their puffed veils were attached to floral headpieces. They carried white wicker baskets of blue daisies and white carnations.

The groom’s attendants were his brother-in-law, Richard Hamann, Curtiss, as best man; Father Ronald Straub and Robert Gerke, friend of the groom from Eau Claire, were groomsmen.

The ushers were the bride and groom’s brothers, Randy Lube and Russ Mueller, both of Colby.

Following the ceremony a reception at the Abbotsford City Hall, dinner in the church parlors and a dance that evening were attended by approximately 200 guests.

The new Mrs. Mueller graduated from Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire, in 1970 with a Bachelor of Arts in English and Speech. She as been employed as English-Speech teacher in the Glenwood City High School.

Her husband also graduated from Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire in 1970 with a Bachelor of Music Education. He is employed as a band instructor at Regis High School in Eau Claire.

Mr. and Mrs. Mueller are making their first home at 625 Selma Street, Eau Claire.



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