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 - rr t ill ' . ? - Mr. and Mrs. John (Jack) Kemp...
rr t ill ' . ? - Mr. and Mrs. John (Jack) Kemp (Fockler Photo) Lead pair repeats wedding promises Pink and white gladioli, white pew bows and aisle runner formed the setting in St. Patrick's Catholic Church the evening of Oct. 20 for the wedding of Reva Quenzer and John (Jack) Kemp, Lead. Performing the double-ring double-ring double-ring rites was the Very Rev. Cornelius Meade. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Quenzer and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Kemp, Lead. Glenn Schieke was organist. When the bride approached the altar with her father to be LgtVen in marriage she wore a full length white princess gown with a stand-up stand-up stand-up collar. The long sleeves featured self-fabric self-fabric self-fabric tie ends. The gown was rtiade' by the bride's sister,1 Rose Quenzer, Lead. A headpiece of illusion with pink and white daisies was created by the bride and Anita Thomson, Deadwood. White daisies composed her bouquet. Miss Quenzer was maid of honor, and Miss Thomson served as bridesmaid. Lisa Quenzer, Lead, the bride's sister, was flower girl and Tony Kemp, Lead, brother of the groom carried the rings. Bob Kemp, Denver, the groom's brother, was best man. Head usher was Mike Weiers, Lead. Escorting the 100 guests to their places were 1 r mm u Jerry Jemming, Deadwood and Dennis Braun, Lead. Parents of the bride were hosts for a reception afterward in the church auditorium. Assisting were Debbie Teupel, Mrs. Marlin White, the groom's twin sister; Grace Reed, Miss Quenzer and Miss Thomson. St. Patrick's Altar Society supervised the serving. The bride is a senior in Lead High School and the groom graduated with LHS Class of '70. The new Mrs. Kemp works in the Mint Cafe, Deadwood. Her husband is employed in construction work. Following a wedding trip to the Southern Hills the couple is at home at 27 Stewart St., Deadwood:" 'Guests-' 'Guests-' 'Guests-' traveled "from Deadwood, Pollock, Rapid City, Sturgis; Casper, Wyo.; Denver; Washburn, N.D. and Tucson, Ariz. Miss Thomson and Miss Tuepel were hostesses for a shower in the Tuepel residence and Mrs. Darl Grove and Mrs. Lennie Grove gave a shower in the church auditorium. Parents of the groom entertained at a party in the Union Hall after the wedding reception. Beta chapter

Clipped from Lead Daily Call05 Dec 1972, TuePage 5

Lead Daily Call (Lead, South Dakota)05 Dec 1972, TuePage 5
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