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This Marriage Write-up was contributed by Cathy Moreth Sims


Sheboygan Press, Saturday, September 16, 1967

Cynthia A. Fox Is Wed To Gerald F. Riesterer


The wedding ceremony this morning for Miss Cynthia Ann Fox and Gerald F. Riesterer was performed by the Rev. Thomas Dillenburg at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Chilton. Vows were exchanged in an 11 o'clock service.

Members of St. Mary's Grade School Choir sang the nuptial Mass for the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geroge J. Fox, 417 Park St., Chilton, and the son of the Joseph Riesterers, St. Nazianz.

A mortar-colored crepe dress with A-line styling and a cabbage rose headpiece with short veiling comprised the bridal ensemble chosen by the former Miss Fox. Her flowers were red roses.

Before the bride and her father entered, five attendants were seen. Maid of honor was Miss LaVerne Hoerth, Sheboygan. Two sisters, the Misses Denise and Mary Jo Fox, the latter of Chicago, Ill, with two others, Miss Mary Mollon and Miss Roberta Hehn, Sheboygan, were bridesmaids.

Lime green crepe gowns worn by the aids were the same design as the bride's apparel. Miss Hoerth carried a bouquet of yellow carnations and small red roses. Yellow carnations complemented the bridesmaids' dresses.

As his best man, the bridegroom had his twin brother, Eugene Riesterer. Those asked to serve as groomsmen were Donald Riesterer, another brother; Gerald Fitzgerald, Manitowoc, a brother-in-law, and the bride's brother, William Fox, Sheboygan. Ushers were David Fox, Sheboygan, brother of the bride and Ralph Riesterer, St. Nazianz, a cousin of the bridegroom.

A reception for 225 persons is being held at Whitey's Altona, New Holstein.

Newlyweds will spend a week at a cottage at Crandon, WI, and then will reside at 2508 Indiana Ave.

Hayssen Mfg. Co. employs the bride as a stenographer. She received her diploma at St. Gregory's High School, St. Nazianz. The bridegroom also an alumnus of the above - listed high school, attended the Manitowoc School of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education. He works as a cost clerk for Lauson Engine Division of Tecumseh Products Co., New Holstein.


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