BioM: Verhulst, Judi
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Verhulst, Hoeppner, Weis, Haugland, Schoppe, Kolb, Franz, Schroeder, Wollenberg, Gentz, Eickmann
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/28/1977
Verhulst, Judi (21 June 1977)
On Sunday, June 21, Carl Hoeppner of Clyman and Judi Verhulst of Watertown were united in marriage at the North Western College Chapel, Watertown. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Verhulst, Loyal and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoeppner of Juneau. Officiating at the 2 p.m. service was Professor Paul Eickmann, whose message to the couple and congregation was based on I John 4:9 “We love because He first loved us.”
Organist for the wedding was the groom’s niece, Miss Cheryl Schoppe of Juneau. Trumpeter was Jim Wollenberg of Lake Mills and flutist was Mrs. Alice Gentz of Juneau.
Miss Arlene Verhulst, La Crosse, attended her sister as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Kristy Weis of Colby, Mrs. Linda Haugland of Hastings, Mn., and Miss Donna Verhulst of Loyal. The junior bridesmaid was Janice Verhulst, Loyal.
Delmer Schoppe of Juneau, nephew of the groom, was the bestman. Groomsmen were Arvin Verhulst of Loyal, Monte Haugland of Hastings, Mn., and John Kolb, Jr. of Juneau. Ushers were Doug Franz, Mesa, Az., and Winfried Schroeder, South Africa.
Included in the day’s events were a reception, dinner and dance at Lindberg’s by the river, Watertown.
Mrs. Hoeppner, a 1970 graduate of Loyal High School, received her bachelor of arts degree in Christian and elementary education from Wartburg College, Waverly, Ia. She teaches first and second grade at Immanuel Lutheran School in Lebanon. Her husband received his bachelor of science degree in elementary and special education from the UW-Whitewater. He is presently teaching at Bethesda Lutheran Home, Watertown.
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