Rhonda C. (1979)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Jicinsky, Vaughn, Lekie, Weber, Griepentrog, Elmhorst, Bymers, Todd, Kedrowski, Strey Sautner, Bofenkamp
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 11/15/1979
Jicinsky, Rhonda C. (3 November 1979)
Rhonda C. Jicinsky and Wayne D. Vaughn were united in marriage November 3 afternoon ceremonies in Christ the King Catholic Church, Spencer. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jicinsky, Spencer, and parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Vaughn, Rt. 1 Spencer.
With the Rev. Andrew Bofenkamp officiating, the bride’s father presented her to the altar. Ann Kedrowski, David Lekie, Theresa Strey and Jim Sautner offered musical selections.
The bride chose an empire-style gown of sheer Dacron organza, trimmed with Venician Lace and seed pearls, The gown featured a Queen Anne neckline, bishop sleeves and a skirt sweeping to a chapel train and matching lace-edge veil. She carried a cascade of pink roses and carnations.
Darla Jicinsky of Spencer was the maid of honor. She was joined by Lori Lekie, Bonnie Weber, Friedy Vaughn and Debbie Griepentrog all of Spencer. They were attired in wine and rose colored, long-pleated gowns with jackets and carried nosegays of coordinated carnations, daisies and mums.
Scott Elmhorst of Neillsville was the bestman. He was assisted by Mike Bymers, Mark Todd, Terry Jicinsky and Ronald Griepentrog, all of Spencer. Ushering were Christ Jicinsky and Wade Vaughn, both of Spencer.
Following the service, a reception, dinner and dance was held at the Marshfield Labor Temple.
The bride is a 1979 graduate of Spencer High School and the groom graduated one year earlier from the same school. The couple will make their home on Rt. 1 Loyal, where Wayne is involved in farming.
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