BioM: Nast, Natalie (1979)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Nast, Hauge, Thoma, Miedziak, Kainz, Hemp, Subke, Zank, Mech, Stewart, Clark

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/18/1979

Nast, Natalie (13 October 1979)

Natalie Nast and Randy Hauge were united in marriage on the afternoon of Saturday, October 13, in the Neillsville United Church of Christ. The Rev. Gary Clark officiated. Parents of the couple are George and Irene Nast, Willard, and Jim and Jan Hauge, 300 Court St., Neillsville.

With her father giving her away, the bride chose a long, white, polyester knit gown, featuring a high waist, a fitted and rounded neckline, long sleeves, laced neckline and bodice and a matching lace-trimmed veil. She carried a bouquet of white mums and rust, apricot and yellow daisies.

Patsy Thoma was maid of honor. She was joined by Sue Clark of Greenwood, Jamie Hauge of Neillsville and Becky Miedziak of Grafton. They were attired in blouson style gowns, featuring slitted long sleeves with two of the bridesmaids wearing apricot-colored gowns while the other two were in rust-colored gowns. They carried apricot, rust and yellow daisies.

Joe Krainz of Florida was bestman. He was joined by Matt Hemp, Mel Hemp and Terry Hauge. Ushering were Donald Subke and Mark Hemp.

Music at the wedding, “Annie’s Son” and “The Wedding Song,” were offered by Eileen Zank, Missy Mech and Cindy Stewart.

The Bali Hai Supper Club was the wedding reception site.

The bride, a graduate of Greenwood High School and an Eau Claire beauty school, is employed at Joan’s Hair Hut in Neillsville. The groom is a graduate of Neillsville High School and is employed by Medicke’s Plumbing, Neillsville.



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