Miss Beverly Mae Kunert Is Bride Of Frank Stauber
Miss Beverly Mae Kunert became the bride of Frank Stauber Jr. in a 2:30
o'clock ceremony on Saturday, Aug. 29, at St. John's Evangelical and Reformed
Church. The Rev. August Grollmus was officiant of the service in which the
daughter of Mrs. Emma Kunert, 1429 Virginia Ave., and the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Stauber, Rt. 1, Sheboygan, were principals.
Given in marriage by her brother, Orville Kunert, the bride was attired in a
gown of net over satin with a square neckline, long lace sleeves which came
to points at the wrists and tiers of lace in the front. She had a fingertip
veil of net and lace. A bouquet of white gladioli with a rose corsage and
ivy in the center was carried by the bride.
Maid of honor for her sister was Miss Diane Kunert. Her garb was a yellow
ballerina-length dress of pleated net with a lace bodice and matching bolero.
Pink gladioli comprised the bouquet she held. Another sister, Miss Vivian
Kunert, Miss Betsy Zimmerman and Miss Alvera Debbink were in bridesmaid roles
and donned similar gowns in a green shade. They held bouquets of yellow
gladioli. A niece of the bridegroom, Gloria Kossman, was a miniature bride
and wore a white dress of flowing net and taffeta. She held a colonial
bouquet. The rings were brought to the altar attached to a cane by Bruce
Kunert, nephew of the bride.
Roger Williams was the best man and the groomsmen were Floyd Stauber, brother
of the bridegroom, Richard Zwart and James Rammer. Those who served as
ushers were Donald Kunert, brother of the bride, and Fred Stauber, similarly
related to the bridegroom.
Croatian Hall was the scene of a reception for about 500 relatives and
friends. Music was provided by Don Kraemer's orchestra. Dinner was served
to 35 guests at the Johnnie Fox Place. Guests came from Milwaukee,
Watertown, Richwood, Beloit and Waterloo.
Beginning Monday, following a trip to Fay Lake, the newlyweds are at home at 2309-A Main Ave. The former Miss Kunert was graduated from Central High School and is a Kohler Co. employe. Her husband works for Miller and Bartzen Meat Market.
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