BioM: Waldhart, Francine Mary
Surnames: Waldhart, Langjahr, Mason, Muerett, Lamont, Mateofsky, Kleine, Weddig, Winkler, Krueger Lynn
----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 26 Aug 1971
Waldhart, Francine Mary (14 AUG 1971)
Miss Francine Mary Waldhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waldhart, Stetsonville, and Harold Langjahr, son of Mrs. Arvin T. Langjahr, Marshfield, spoke their wedding vows at 3 p.m. Saturday, August 14, 1971, in Sacred Heart Chapel, Eau Claire.
Father James Mason performed the ceremony, and Rachel and Luke Muerett sang “Because” and “We’ve Only Just Begun.”
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line full length gown of Sata Peau with illusion neckline, full sleeves with wide cuffs and full chapel sweep train. The two tiered illusion veil was secured to a small circlet of matching Venice lace.
Miss Mary Lamont of Colby was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Sue Mateofsky of Ashland and Miss Gretchen Kleine of Madison. The bridal aides carried arm bouquets of apricot and white gladiolas. Their dresses were designed with a white georgette bodice with self-ruffle neckline, long sheer sleeves with Venice lace trim, Jabot front with tiny buttons and gathered apricot skirts.
The bride’s sister, JoAnne Waldhart, was the flower girl, and Larry Langjahr was the ring bearer.
The best man was Pete Weddig of Eau Claire, and the groomsmen were David Winkler, Eau Claire, and Neal Langjahr, Unity. Russ Krueger and Ron Lynn were the ushers.
A reception, dinner and dance honoring the couple were held in the Dorchester Memorial Hall.
The new Mrs. Langjahr is a senior at Eau Claire State University. She is a member of Pi Kappa Delta and Kappa Delta Pi. Her husband is a 1966 graduate of Wisconsin State University, Whitewater, with a degree in Business Administration. He is employed as an industrial engineer at Weyerhaeuser Corporation in Marshfield.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Michigan, the couple will be making their home in Marshfield.
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