BioM: Heiman, Lorene (7 Jul 1973)

Transcriber: Stan

Surnames: Jakel, Heiman, Chilstrom, Hackert, Holtkamp, Ludke

----Source: Tribune/Phonograph (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 19 Jul 1973

Heiman, Lorene (7 Jul 1973)

Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Lorene Heiman and Benjamin Jakel, July 7, 1873, in an afternoon service at First Lutheran Church, St. Peter, Minnesota. Pastor Herbert Chilstrom and Father Eugene Hackert officiated at the double ring ceremony.

Parents of the bride are Mr. And Mrs. Gus Heiman, Alcester, South Dakota, and the groom’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jakel, Colby.

The bride chose a Juliet style gown of silk and lace with long, flowing chapel train and carried a bouquet of pink and white roses and mums.

Attendants were Miss LaDonna Heiman, Mrs. Richard Jakel and Mrs. Thomas Jakel. They were attired in hot pink sleeveless gowns, wearing floppy brimmed hats accented with multi-colored chiffon scarves. White mums were carried. Rhoda Holtkamp, cousin of the bride, was crucifer.

Groomsmen were Larry Ludke, Lynden Heiman and Richard and Thomas Jakel. The dinner-reception was held at the Happy Chef Banquet Room, followed by a wedding dance at the Kato Ballroom, Mankato, Minnesota.

After flying to Florida for their wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Jakel will reside at 1014 S. 35th, Manitowoc, where the groom is sales manager of WOMT Radio.



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