Rudat Rademacher Wedding 19640503 RJT Sunday Bulletin
Kafhryn Rudaf, John Rademacher Are Married in Sf, Luke's Church The marriage of Kathryn Anne Rudat, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Earl Rudat of 1825 Geneva St., and John R. Rademacher took pliace Saturday in St. Luke's Church with the Rev. Winfield E. Post performing the 3 p.m. ceremony. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rademacher of Appleton. Both young people are graduates of the University of Wisconsin. They will make their home in Lake Geneva after a wedding trip to New York. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a gown of silk linen with Venise lace banding the bodice and hemline of the bell skirt, which had a detachable square train. The bodice was styled with three-quarter sleeves and bateau neckline. Matching silk linen and Venise lace were combined in the pillbox to which her bouffant waist length veil was gathered. She carried a loose cascade bouquet of Amazon lilies, stephanotis and ivy. Diane Bogdanoff was her maid of honor and brides-, —Ch»rle» Studio Patricia Casey July Bride-elect Patricia Casey and her fiance Lynn Hansen, whose engagement is being announced, have chosen July 18 as their wedding day.. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George Casey, 2707 Charles St., and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hansen, 1220 Kewaunee St. —Chnrics Studio MRS. J. R. RADEMACHER (Kathryn Rudat) maids were Sharon Dessloch of Prairie du Chien, a sorority sister of the bride in Alpha Phi, and Mrs. Thomas J. Koetting of Columbus, Ohio. They were dressed identically in Sistintj blue sheaths of chiffon over taffeta with long sleeved blouson jackets, banded at the waist with satin ending in large satin bows at the back. They wore matching pillboxes and carried colonial bouquets of white pompons with blue snowdrift pompons, ivy and peacock feathers. Ronald J. Robson of Madison was the best man. Serving as groomsmen were Thomas Hamill of Madison and Ralph Dickman of Lake Geneva, and as ushers Jerome Rudat Jr. and Karl Rudat, brothers of the bride. Dinner immediately after the ceremony was served at the Breakers for the bridal party, immediate families and friends, and an evening reception was held at Club Lathrop; Mrs. Rudat, mother of the bride, wore a marbled blue brocade sheath and jacket ensemble with white accessories. Mrs. Rademacher, the bridegroom's mother, was in an aqua blue-mist sheath and jacket with bone accessories. Both had white orchid corsages.