BioM: Hakl, Barbara (1975)
Surnames: Hakl, Schwieso, Dillenburg, Berger, Salzwedel, Krueger
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 01 Oct 1975
Hakl, Barbara (13 SEP 1975)
Miss Barbara Hakl, 810 W. Fourth Street, Marshfield, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony G. Hakl, 1500 W. Fifth Street, Marshfield, and James Schwieso, Middleton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schwieso, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), were united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. on Saturday, September 13, 1975 at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church. The Very Rev. Walter J. Dillenburg and the Rev. Lawrence B. Berger, pastor and assistant, respectively, officiated at the nuptials.
The bride was given in marriage by her father, and nuptial music was provided by the Brothers of Pius X and Charmie Schwieso.
The bride chose a chapel length gown of maricane and matching turban headpiece having a waltz length veil of sheer illusion. She carried a ballerina arrangement of yellow cymbidium orchids, stephanotis, yellow star flowers with an edging of variegated ivy leaves.
The matron s of honor were Mrs. Allen Salzwedel, Marshfield and Mrs. Kurt Krueger, Saukville, and the bridesmaid, Miss Carol Hakl, Marshfield.
Princess style green jacket dresses were worn by the bridal attendants, each of whom wore an autumn bouquet of fall pompons, star flowers, pods, and foliage, and matching pompons in her hair.
Best man was duane Schwieso of Wind Lake. Groomsmen wer Terry Schwieso, Cocoa, Florida, and Brian Schwieso, and Allen Salzwedel and Bruce Schwieso, both of Marshfield were ushers..
The wedding reception, dinner and dance were held at the Hotel Charles.
The new Mrs. Schwieso, who will be working in a travel agency in Madison, was manager of the Travel Shop in Marshfield before her marriage. Her husband is an electronic technician for Tracor Nortehrn.
They will make their home in Middleton.
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