BioM: Feuling, Marilyn Frances (1979)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Feuling, Slezak, Wistrcill, Mahler, Young, Reuter, Elias, Olson, Reedy, Schreiber

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 5/03/1979

Feuling, Marilyn Frances (21 April 1979)

Marilyn Frances Feuling and Kenneth Allan Slezak were united in marriage in services shortly after noon, April 21, at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Arcadia. The Rev. Bernard Schreiber officiated.

The bride, who is an elementary art teacher in the Neillsville Public Schools, is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. George Feuling, Rt. 2 Fountain City. The groom, who is self-employed, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Slezak, Hope, Mn.

With Carol Olson offering solos, accompanied by Dave Reedy on the organ, the parents of the bride presented her to the altar.

Carrying white Orchids with white stephanotis, surrounded by variegated spider plant greens, the bride chose a white gown of sheer nylon over taffeta. The gown had a u-shaped neckline, lace applique of the bodice, a small ruffle from shoulder to bustline, and the flowing skirt ended in a ruffle. The veil was a lace cap with an illusion net.

Matron of honor was Bonnie Wistrcill of Cumberland, who was joined by Carol Slezak of Coon Rapids, Mn., and Jane Mahler of Bryon, Mn. They were attired in pale-pink blouson-style dresses with matching pale-pink Lilly of the Valley print capes. They carried white miniature carnations, surrounded by white stephanotis and baby’s breath. Korri and Kelly Wistrcill, Cumberland, were flower girls.

Bestman was Ronald Young of St. Paul, Mn. He was joined by Jerry Feuling of Fountain City and Tom Slezak of Hope. Ushering were Joseph Reuter of Arcadia and john Elias of St. Paul.

A reception at Club 93 in Arcadia followed the services.

The bride has a degree from Winona State University as does the groom. They will make their home on Rt. 5 Neillsville.



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