BioM: Dux, Judith Eileen (1970)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Dux, Meyer, Counard, Noeldner, Becker, Dahlby, Voss, King, Humlie
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co, WI) 8/06/1970
Dux, Judith Eileen (Marriage - 25 July 1970)
Miss Judith Eileen Dux, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Verland Dux of Rt. 2 Loyal, was united in marriage to Richard Edward Meyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer of Rt. 2 Loyal, Saturday at 12:30 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church in Loyal. The Rev. William Humlie performed the double ring ceremony. He was assisted by Msgr. Norbert E. King. Three hundred thirty guests attended.
The bride wore a white Chantilace and nylon organza gown with a train, and wore a matching headpiece with a two-tiered bouffant veil. She carried a bouquet of white orchids with cascading garlands of white button ‘mums, ivy and baby’s breath, as she was escorted to the altar by her father.
Miss Kathleen Dux, sister of the bride, was maid-of-honor. Mrs. Sharon Counard, Miss Brenda Noeldner and Mrs. Bonnie Becker were bridesmaids. They wore identical floor-length empire gowns with accordion pleated sleeves, in shades of yellow, pink, blue, and wore matching headpieces with short veils. They carried cascades of carnations to match their dresses.
Larry Meyer was bestman. Fredrick Meyer, Ronald Meyer and Daniel Meyer were groomsmen. Kenneth Dux and Allen Meyer were ushers.
Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dahlby sang “The 23rd Psalm,” and Mr. Dahlby sang “The Lord’s Prayer.” They were accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Voss.
A reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents.
The bride graduated in 1966 from Loyal High School and has been a receptionist at the office of the Clark County Department of Social Services in Neillsville. The groom graduated from Loyal High School in 1959 and is engaged in farming. After a wedding trip to the west, the couple will make their home on Rt. 1 Unity.
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