Showers-Gadow Wedding Vows Recited In Brodhead Church Wedding vows were exchanged by Miss Connie Mae Ga'dow and Leland Showers Jr. at 2 p.m. July 12 in the Brodhead, Wis., United Methodist Church with the Rev. Amos Shimko officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Gadow of Brodhead. Mr. Showers is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Showers Sr. of rural Monroe, Wis., former Orangeville residents. Vocalists were Miss Donna Gadow and Danny Wallace. They were accompanied by Miss Kathy Peterson. Crown Holds Veil The bride was escorted to the altar by her father. She wore an Empire gown of sheer, organza with Venise lace trim, with a deep flounce at the hemline. A pillbox crown held her cathedral mantilla edged with lace, She carried yellow roses, white, carnations and ivy on a white Bible. Attending her sister as maid of honor was Miss Jill Gadow, and bridesmaids were Miss Donna Gadow of Brodhead, Miss Anna Showers, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Julie Yaun of Brodhead. The maid of honor wore an apricot knit gown with white Venise lace bib, collar and cuffs. The bridesmaids wore similar gowns of nile green. Each wore a matching picture hat and carried a long-stemmed yellow rose. Serving as best man was Leland Leopold. Groomsmen were Jeff Williams and Tom Erb, both of Monroe, and Wayne Barker of Orangeville. Ushers were Jack Gadow and Eugene Showers, brothers of the couple, Ronald Nenneman of Brodhead and Charles Koch of Monroe. A reception followed in the church hall. The couple took a honeymoon trip to South Dakota. The bride is a graduate of Brodhead High School. Her husband is a 1974 graduate of Monroe High School and is employed by Iroquois Foundry in Browntown, Wis. They are living at 1602 14th Ave., Brodhead. To The Bride-To-Be The Journal-Standard is glad to run wedding accounts of brides, and their pictures. Because of space limitations and good newspaper practice, a time limit has been set in the publication of wedding accounts with pictures. Wedding pictures received after 15 days will not be used.