BioM: Stutte, Nan Jean #2 (1960)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Stutte, Schraedert
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 25 AUG 1960
Stutte, Nan Jean (19 AUG 1960)
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church was the setting for the wedding Saturday morning of Miss Nan Jean Stutte and Harvey Schraeder of Kenosha The Rev. Norbert E. King officiated at the ceremony in which the bride approached the Altar on the arm of her father.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Stutte chose a gown of imported rose point hand clipped lace of nylon tulle over satin and featured a filled bodice of lace with a Sabrina neckline trimmed with pearls and sequins. Her gown was styled with long sleeves, buttoned at the wrist and a bouffant skirt of tulle with lace appliqués and lace paneling extending down into a sweeping chapel train. Her fingertip veil of imported bridal illusion was caught to a pearl tiara.
Mrs. Duane Stutte was matron of honor for her sister-in-law and attending the bride were Mrs. Terry Stutte, Racine, Mrs. Jerry Anderegg, Kenosha and LaVaun Denk. They wore identical frocks in ballerina length of white Rochelle lace over mint green taffeta with cummerbunds extending into streamers and a bow in the back. Matching open crown headpieces were attached to a nose veil. They carried coconial bouquets of pink carnations and featured white mums.
Best man for the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Struensse, Jr. of Neillsville was Duane Stutte, a brother of the bride. Groomsmen were Terry Stutte, the bride’s brother of Racine, Jerry Anderegg and Bill Hansen both of Kenosha. Connie Becker and John Anderson also of Kenosha did the ushering.
Mrs. Stutte saw her daughter’s wedding in a fawn colored suit and had brown accessories. Mrs. Struensse wore a navy blue dress with white accessories.
Wedding day events included dinner and supper at the church dining hall, a reception at the bride’s parents home, and a dance at the Innwood at Hatfield.
The former Miss Stutte is a graduate of Loyal High School and the groom attended the Neillsville schools. He is employed at American Motors Corporation in Kenosha where the couple will live at 4526, 36th Ave.
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