Stepp - Miksch
Marriage vows were exchanged Saturday by Judith K. Stepp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James K. Stepp, 1101
Regent St. NE, and Charles L. Miksch, 1427 Pawnee Drive NW. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miksch,
Washington. The 3:30 p.m. ceremony was performed at
Cedar Valley Bible Church by the Rev. Reagan Benedict. A reception for 300 guests followed. The bride wore a princess-style eyelet gown fashioned with a ruffled scoop neckline. Her veil was caught to a picture hat trimmed with eyelet lace and she carried a basket filled with multi-colored daisy mums. Attending as matron of honor and bridesmaid, respectively, were Mrs. James Deets and Terri Bierma. They wore blue and white gingham gowns trimmed with eyelet lace. Matching picture hats completed their
ensembles and their flowers were multi-colored daisy mums. Mark Mikch was best man and Robert Warnock, groomsman. Guests were seated by James Deets, James Trent Deets, Jim Iversen, Mick Armstrong, Allen Miksch and Richard Miksch. Amy and Sandra Deets were flower girls.
After the reception, a dinner for 150 guests was served at the church. The couple will reside at the Pawnee Drive
address. The bride graduated from the University of
Northern Iowa and is employed by Cedar Rapids Schools. Mr. Miksch is a a graduate of Iowa State University. He is an employee of FMC Corp.
(wording reprinted from page 50 of The Cedar RapidsGazette, published on Sunday, July 9, 1978)
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