BioM: Justman, Kathleen L. (1967)


Surnames: Siikarla, Justman, Tesmer, Amundson, Naumann, Sutherland

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 09 Nov 1967

Justman, Kathleen L. (21 OCT 1967)

Miss Kathleen Lou Justman of Eau Claire and Terry D. Siikarla of Fort Riley, Kan., were united in marriage at Trinity Lutheran Church, Unity, on Saturday, Oct. 21, 1967, in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony performed by the Rev. Robert Sutherland.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Justman of route 1, Unity, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Siikarla of route 1, Stetsonville.

The organist during the ceremony was Mrs. John Tesmer, who accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Alan Justman when she sang "The Wedding Prayer" and "O Perfect Love."

The maid of honor was Mrs. Dennis Amundson of St. Paul, and best man was Dean Naumann of Medford. Performing the ushering duties were Steve Justman and Neal Siikarla.

The bride appeared in a floor length bell shaped gown of bonded crepe with a batteau neckline. Her chapel length veil fell from the shoulders, and an open ring held her fingertip veil of illusion net.

She carried a cascade arrangement of yellow roses.

The maid of honor wore a floor length gown in a blend of velvet and crepe in jay olive. The empire bodice and elbow length sleeves were of imported cut velvet, and the skirt was made of supple crepe on a slim silhouette. A satin panel graced the back and matching cloche of jay olive held her bustle veil. She carried a basket of bronze pompons and wheat.

A reception and dinner were held at the Colby Hotel following the ceremony.

The couple will be making their home at 123 W. 17th St., Junction City, Kansas, where Mr. Siikarla is serving with the army at Fort Riley. The bride had been employed as a nurse at Luther Hospital, Eau Claire.



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