BioM: Ure, Barbara (1980)

Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon

Surnames: Ure, Anding, Barth, Opelt, Friemoth, VandeBerg, Augustin

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 7/31/1980

Ure, Barbara (26 July 1980)

The Rev. Horst Augustin officiated at the sharing of wedding vows, July 26, between Barbara Ure and Gordon Anding. Zion Lutheran Church in Granton was the site. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ure, Rt. 1 Granton, and Mrs. Annabelle Anding, Rt. 4 Neillsville, are parents of the couple. The father of the bride presented her to the altar.

Kathy Brehl presented special music for the service.

Serving as Maid of Honor was Sandy Barth, a friend from Chili. She was joined in the bride’s party by Gail Anding, the groom’s sister from Neillsville.

Best man was Craig Anding, the groom’s brother from Neillsville. He was joined by Rollin Opelt, a friend also from Neillsville, Kenny Friemoth of Neillsville and Jim VandeBerg of Granton were ushers. D.J. Anding, a nephew of the couple from Christie, was ringbearer.

The bride chose a silk loomed Farrel trimmed in Venician Lace and featuring long sleeves, lace-edged skirt and chapel train. She carried a bouquet of yellow roses, green and white daisies with baby’s breath. Her attendant wore a sea green with a sunburst pleated skirt and a sheer cape. She carried green and white daisies with baby’s breath. The groom was attired in a beige and tan tuxedo as was the bestman.

Following the ceremonies, a reception was held in the church parlors and dance followed in the Neillsville American Legion Hall.

Prenuptial events included a shower hosted by Sandy Barth.

The bride is a 1979 graduate of Granton High School and is employed by Clover Cream Dairy. The groom attended Neillsville Schools and is employed by Tesmer Construction. They will make their home on Rt. 1 Granton.



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