BioM: Dunn, Susan Rose (1974)
Surnames: Dunn, Martini, Strauss, Fieselman, Johnson, Meinhart, Wieman, Stevens, Rabas, Dean
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 10 Oct 1974
Dunn, Susan Rose (21 SEP 1974)
The First Baptist Church of Medford was the setting for the double ring marriage ceremony for Miss Susan Rose Dunn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill E. Dunn, 137 N. 3rd Street, Medford, and Kenneth Michael Martini, son of Gottlob Martini, route 1, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.).
Performing the double ring ceremony at 4 p.m. Saturday, September 21, 1974, were the Rev. Michael Dunn, Spring Valley, the bride's brother, and Rev. H. Strauss, pastor of First Baptist.
Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. Rosemary Fieselman, organist; James Johnson, who gave a flute solo, "Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us,"; Douglas Meinhart of Sheboygan Falls sang "Father, Eternal, We Pray for You Blessing,; accompanied by guitar, and Tim Dunn and Milo Wieman, both of Racine, performed a guitar-mandolin duet, "Blest Be the Tie That Binds," and "The Hawaiian Wedding Song."
Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length poly crepe gown with Vernice lace appliques. The A-line silhouette featured a high neckline, bishop sleeves, empire fitted bodice and ruffled trimmed skirt, and chapel train. Her fingertip nylon illusion veil was caught to a Camelot headpiece, and she carried a cascade arrangement of whit orchids, yellow roses, and ivy.
Floor length cotillion blue gowns were worn by the attendants, Mrs. Marilyn Stevens, Toledo, Ohio, the bride's sister, matron of honor, and Miss Rita Martini, Owen, the groom's sister. Their colonial bouquets and headpieces consisted of white carnations, yellow roses, and blue baby's breath.
Gerard Rabas, Sun Prairie, attended his cousin as best man, and Ronald Dean, Des Moines, Iowa, was groomsman.
Ushering duties were shared by Malcolm Dunn, Michael Rabas, and Val Stevens.
The wedding reception and supper took place in the church parlors.
After a two week honeymoon trip to Canada and the eastern states, the newlyweds will make their home at Greenwood (Clark Co.).
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