BioM: Pflanzer, Linda Lou (1976)


Surnames: Pflanzer, Schindler, Rushman, Patrick, Gabriel, Gonnering, Reis

---------Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 21 Jul 1976

Pflanzer, Linda Lou (17 Jul 1976)

Miss Linda Lou Pflanzer of 601 W. Cedar, Abbotsford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Pfanzer, Route 1, Colby, was given in marriage July 17, 1976 by her father, to Frederick James Schindler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schindler, Route 1, Curtiss.

The Rev. Francis Rushman performed the marriage ceremony at 1:30 p.m. in St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Colby. Miss Janice Patrick, Lake Forest, Ill., was guitarist soloist, and Mrs. Alois Gabriel, Colby, organist.

The bride’s ensemble was fashioned of silk organza and Brussels lace, the gown being in A-line design with full train. Her headpiece included a Juliet cap, to which was affixed a fingertip veil. She carried a cascade of Phalaenopsis orchids, white and apricot stephanotis and ivy.

Asked to be maid of honor was Miss Lori Pflanzer, Colby, and bride matrons were Mrs. Dennis Gonnering and Mrs. Russell Reis, both of Abbotsford, and Mrs. Gerald Pfanzer, Colby.

Their apricot princess line formals were complemented by matching hats, and each aide carried a basket of white and yellow starburst pon pons with apricot carnations.

Denise P. Pflanzer, Colby was flower girl, and Eric Reis, Abbotsford, ring bearer.

In the roles of best man was Leonard Schindler, Route 1, Curtiss, while Mike Schindler of Curtiss, Don Bender, River Falls and …(some of my copy was unreadable)… Gonnering ushered.

The dinner was served at St. Mary’s in Colby, and the reception and dance were held at the Sword there.

The new Mrs. Schindler graduated in 1969 from Colby High School, and in 1973 from the University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, majoring in psychology, sociology and elementary education. She has been teaching at St. Anthony’s Parochial School in Athens.

Her husband, a 1967 graduate of Abbotsford High School, received his degree from the University of Wisconsin, River Falls, where he majored in animal science. He farms and is a sales representative for Rochester Silos.

(the rest of my copy was unreadable)



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