BioM: Lindgren, Jean (1966)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Lindgren, Koski
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County WI) 04 Aug 1966
Lindgren, Jean (30 July 1966)
Wedding vows were exchanged between Miss Jean Lindgren, Route 3, Loyal, and Mr. James Edwin Koski, Johnson Creek. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Holgar Lindgren, route 3, Loyal and Mr. and Mrs. Arvo Koski, route 1, Loyal.
The Paul Doering, Ladtsmith, performed the ceremony Saturday, July 30, at the Loyal Methodist Church, Loyal.
Mrs. Byron Zepplin played appropriate organ music for the occasion.
Bouquets of white gladioli and blue daisies adorned the altar. Blue and white bows marked the pews.
The bride given in marriage by her father wore a white floor-length bridal gown of nylon sheer over taffeta with alencon lace appliqués accenting the bateau neckline. A fitted midriff topped the bell-shaped skirt fashioned by tiny pleats at the waistline. Alencon lace appliqués were seen near the hemline and also on the double watteau train with bow trim which was attached at the waistline. The bouffant illusion veil was secured to an organza cabbage rose accented with lace appliqués and pearl trim/ Daisies surrounded the brides bouquet of red roses.
The bride chose Miss Yvonne Anderson, Marshfield, as her maid of honor; and Miss Marianne Herr, Greenwood and Miss Donna Koski, Loyal, as bridesmaids.
The aides donned powder blue floor-length formals of crepe chiara with bateau necklines. Self fabric petals and green velvet leaves accented the empire waistlines of the sheath skirts, the back being complimented by watteau panels with bow trim. They wore matching circular rippled hairbraid headpieces with aurora borealis crystal trim and pouf veils. They carried crescent bouquets of white daisies.
Serving the groom as best man was Bob Pasanen, Exland, Douglas and Richard Lindgren, Loyal, were groomsmen.
David Elstrom and John Rossi were the ushers.
A reception at the bride’s parental home was held following the ceremony. A supper was serves at the Star Lodge Motel.
The bride is a July 17 graduate of St. Joseph;s School of Nursing, Marshfield. The groom is 1966 graduate of River Falls State University, River Falls and will be a vocational Agriculture and Industrial Arts Instructor at Johnson Creek Public Schools.
After a wedding trip to northern Wisconsin and Canada, Mr. and Mrs. James Koski will make their home in Johnson Creek.
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