This wedding write-up was contributed by: Jerry Head
St. John the Evangelist church at Kohler was the scene on Saturday morning,
for the 10 o'clock marriage of Miss Bernice Katherine Heisdorf and Raymond
Charles Skarda. The Rev. John Risch performed the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph P. Heisdorf, Upper Falls
road, route 2, Sheboygan, and she was given in marriage by her father. Mrs.
Roland Skarda, the bridegroom's sister-in-law, came from Beloit to be matron
of honor, and Miss Shirley Skarda, cousin of the bridegroom, acted as
Best man was Roland C. Skarda, Beloit, the bridegroom's brother, and Jerome
A. Heisdorf, similarly related to the bride, was the groomsman. Guests were
ushered by John Siegworth and Wallace Reding, cousins of the bride.
During the nuptials, a trio, Miss Mary Kolbeck, Miss Mary Ann Braun and Mrs.
Albert Ehren sang "Come Holy Ghost," "O Lord I Am Not Worthy," and a hymn
honoring the Blessed Virgin. Miss Kolbeck presented "Panis Angelicus" as a
solo. Mrs. Ehren played the accompaniment.
Guests, numbering 26, had breakfast at Marty's Flamingo club, where relatives
and friends gathered for the afternoon reception and buffet supper. Among
the persons in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mattila, Miss Andrae
Verheyden, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Renner, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Hiller, Fond du Lac; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rahn, Wausau, and Miss Mary
When the newlyweds return from a two weeks' honeymoon trip to Florida, by
plane, they will reside at 1609 1/2 W. Spring street, Appleton. The bride
attended the University of Wisconsin and is a home economics teacher at
Menasha High school. Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Skarda,
Manitowoc, works in the engineering department of Valley Iron Works, Appleton.
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