BioM: Tomlinson, Susan Marie (1973)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Tomlinson, Uher, Dobering, Koller, Hoffman, Ennis
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/16/1973
Tomlinson, Susan Marie (Marriage - 4 August 1973)
A Neillsville High School teacher, Jerome Anthony Uher, claimed Miss Susan Marie Tomlinson of rural Arpin as his bride Saturday, August 4, at St. Kilian’s Catholic Church, Blenker. The Rev. James Ennis officiated at the noon ceremony. Miss Lois Hoffman was the organist.
The bride and groom were escorted to the altar by their parents, Mr. and mrs. Clare Tomlinson, Rt. 2 Arpin, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Uher, Rt. 1, Junction City.
The former Miss Tomlinson chose an empire style gown of nylon organza and chattily lace fashioned with a detachable Watteau train and framed by a matching lace-edged, cathedral-length mantilla. Red roses, miniature white carnations and stephanotis formed her bouquet.
Miss Shirley Tomlinson, rural Arpin, the bride’s sister, was the maid of honor. The groom’s sisters, Miss Bonnie Uher and Miss Mary Ann Uher, both of rural Junction City, were the bridesmaids. Their empire-waist polyester organza gowns in shades of orchid, blue and maize were accented by white venise lace trim. They carried arrangements of white carnations with carnations tinted to match their dresses.
The groom was attended by his brother, Arthur Uher, Jr., DE Pere, as bestman and by the bride’s brothers, Ron Tomlinson and Roger Tomlinson, both of rural Arpin, as groomsmen. Ushers were Joe Dobering, Milwaukee, and Don Koller, Milladore.
A dinner was served in the parish dining hall. Our Place, of Blenker, was the setting for a reception and dance.
A 1970 graduate of Auburndale High School, the bride has been employed by a Stevens Point Distributing Company. Her husband graduated from the University of Wisconsin-River Falls, in 1967. He is a vocational agriculture instructor at Neillsville High School. The couple will live in Neillsville.
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