BioM: Neuenfeldt, Jayne, Ann (1975)

Transcriber: stan@wiclarkcountyhistory.org

Surnames: Neuenfeldt, Seaquist, Christie, Zavada, McDonald, Instenes, Colbert, Rohr, Foley, Speake, Lawrey, Paul, Yahnke

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 24 Sep 1975

Neuenfeldt, Jayne, Ann (19 SEP 1975)

Jayne Ann Neuenfeldt and Robert John Seaquist repeated vows on Saturday at St. John's The Workman Cathedral at La Crosse, with Msgr. John Paul performing the 3:00 Mass. Music was provided by the Cathedral Singers, and the organist was Rose Yahnke of Onalaska. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuenfeldt of 210 Eaton Avenue, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), and the groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Seaquist of 1432 Taft Avenue, Eau Claire.

The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of ivory angel mist peau de seau styled with a mid-Victorian neckline, renaissance sleeves and a softly gathered skirt, which fell to a chapel train. A Camelot headpiece holding a fingertip mantilla was trimmed with English Nottingham lace, which matched the lace on the bodice, cuffs and hemline of her dress.

She carried a bridal cascade of daisies, blue carnations, and baby's breath, which completed her ensemble.

Mrs. Hugh Christie of Greenwood was chosen as matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gerald Zavada of Spring Green, Miss Mary McDonald of La Crosse, and Miss Paula Instenes of La Crosse. They wore gowns of romance blue with full length capes flowing from the shoulders and highlighted with hoods. They carried nosegay bouquets of blue carnations, white daisies, and baby's breath. Amy and Jennifer Neuenfeldt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Neuenfeldt of Milwaukee, were flower girls in the wedding procession, and wore matching princess style dresses of pale blue dotted Swiss. They carried miniature matching moasegay bouquets.

John Colbert of Madison was best man, and serving as groomsmen were John Rohr Jr., of La Crosse, Lee Foley Jr., Lansing, Michigan, and Dennis Neuenfeldt of Milwaukee. Ushering were Kenneth Speake and Paul Lawrey, both of La Crosse.

A reception, dinner and dance were held at Ramada Inn, La Crosse. An 8:30 rehearsal dinner was hosted by the groom's parents at Walt's Restaurant, La Crosse, on September, 19.

The bride is a 1972 graduate of UW-La Crosse, and has been employed as a social worker at La Crosse County Social Services. The groom received his education at UW, La Crosse in 1971, and his degree is Mass Communications.

After a trip to San Francisco, a tour of the coastal states, the new Mr. and Mrs. Seaquist will be residing at 3715 Sandhurst, Lansing, Michigan, where the groom is employed as a newsman for WJIM TV station.

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BioM: Neuenfeldt, Jayne Ann #2 (1975)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
E-mail: dolores@wiclarkcountyhistory.org 

Surnames: Neuenfeldt, Seaquist, Christie, Zavada, Instenes, McDonald, Colbert, Rohr, Foley, Speake, Lawrey, Yahnke, Paul

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 10/02/1975

Neuenfeldt, Jayne Ann (Marriage – 20 September 1975)

St. Joseph the Workman Cathedral in La Crosse was the setting for the September 20 wedding of Miss Jayne Ann Neuenfeldt and Robert John Seaquist. Msgr. Paul officiated at the 3 p.m. ceremony for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neuenfeldt, Greenwood, and the son of Mr. and Mrs. C.L. Seaquist, Eau Claire.

Presented in marriage by her father, the bride appeared in a gown of angel-mist peau de soie styled with a mid-Victorian neckline, renaissance sleeves with fitted cuffs and a softly gathered skirt forming a chapel train. English Nottingham lace trimmed the bodice, cuffs and hemline. Her fingertip mantilla veil, edged in matching lace, was held by a Camelot headpiece trimmed with tiny seed pearls. A cascade of blue-tipped carnations, daisies and baby’s breath formed the bridal bouquet.

Mrs. Hugh Christie, Greenwood, was the matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Gerald Zavada, Spring Green, and Miss Paula Instenes and Miss Mary McDonald, La Crosse. Their gowns of interlock knit in romance blue were fashioned with full length capes flowing from the shoulderline, highlighted by hoods. They carried nosegays of blue carnations, daisies and baby’s breath.

Amy and Jennifer Neuenfeldt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Neuenfeldt of Milwaukee, were the flower girls.

The groom was attended by John Colbert, Madison, as bestman and by Joe Rohr, Jr., of La Crosse, Lee Foley, Jr., of Lansing, Mi. and Dennis Neuenfeldt of Milwaukee as groomsmen. Guests were seated by Kenneth Speake and Paul Lawrey, both of La Crosse.

The Cathedral Singers of La Crosse sang and played guitars. Rose Yahnke, Onalaska was the organist.

An evening dance followed a reception and dinner at the La Crosse Ramada Inn.

The groom’s parents hosted a rehearsal dinner September 19 at Walt’s restaurant, La Crosse.

A 1972 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, the new Mrs. Seaquist has been employed as a social worker for the La Crosse County Department of Social Services. She also attended the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire. Her husband attended the University at Madison and graduated from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse in 1971 with a degree in mass communications. He is employed as a newsman for the Lansing, Mi., television station.

The newlyweds flew to San Francisco on their wedding trip and will tour the coastal states before making their home at 3715 Sandhurst, Lansing.

 

 


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