BioM: Lindner, Patricia Ann (1964)
Surnames: Lindner, Christie, Hartung, Vesel, Tourville
----Source: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 27 Aug 1964
Lindner, Patricia Ann (8 AUG 1964)
Miss Patricia Ann Lindner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Lindner, was given in marriage by her father Saturday morning, August 8, 1964, to Lyle Arthur Christie, Eau Claire, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Christie, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.).
The Christie-Lindner wedding was held at a 10 o'clock Nuptial High Mass, at which the Rev. Edward Hartung was the celebrant. Scene of the service was St. Mary's Catholic Church, Greenwood, which had white and yellow gladioli for church decorations. The young women's choir sang for the Mass.
The bride selected a floor length gown of pure silk linen designed with sculptured neckline accenting the fitted bodice, to which was attached a sheath skirt highlighted by bands of Venice lace at the hemline and detachable train.
Her linen pillbox had Venice lace and held her bouffant veil of Illusion. Her bouquet contained orchids surrounded by stephanotis entwined with ivy.
Her aides – Miss Jane Lindner, Santa Monica, Calif., the maid of honor, and Miss Mary Lindner and Miss Kay Christie, the bridesmaids – donned identical floor length dresses of serrano in maize color. Their cascade arrangements contained tangerine carnations.
In the groom's party were Charles Vesel, Milwaukee, the best man; Gary Tourville of Eau Claire and Hugh Christie, Greenwood, the groomsmen; and William Lindner and Kenneth Christie, the ushers.
The new Mrs. Christie, an Aug. 14, 1960 graduate of St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing, Marshfield, has been employed at St. Joseph's Hospital as a Registered Nurse.
Her husband, who beside driving a school bus, attended Wisconsin State University, Eau Claire, where he and his bride will reside at 414 Broadway.
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