BioM: Cotter, Beulah (1962)

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Surnames: Kalepp, Cotter, Kattre


----Source: ABBOTSFORD TRIBUNE (Abbotsford, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/12/1962


Cotter, Beulah (7 JUL 1962)


Norman Kalepp and Miss Beulah Cotter, both of Milwaukee, were united in marriage Saturday, July 7, 1962.  The ceremony was performed at 11 o’clock in the courthouse at Milwaukee.


Mr. Kalepp is the son of Mrs. Minnie Kalepp of Abbotsford and the late Adolph Kalepp.  His bride is the daughter of Wallace Cotter of Milwaukee and the late Mrs. Cotter.


Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kattre of Abbotsford, a brother-in-law and sister of the groom.


For her wedding, the bride wore a street length dress of pink chiffon over taffeta with a cummerbund in a deeper tone.  Her headpiece was made of pearls with a small pink veil.  She carried a cascade arrangement of white and pink roses, centered with a white orchid corsage, which she wore later on her going away attire.


Her matron of honor wore a street length dress of aqua silk organza over taffeta with a matching headpiece detailed with rhinestones.  She carried a cascade bouquet of pink roses.


The groom’s mother selected a navy blue ensemble with white accessories and had a white orchid corsage.


Following the ceremony a reception was held at Covie’s Amerwood, Milwaukee.


Mr. and Mrs. Kalepp are making their home at 4411 W. Greenfield Ave., Milwaukee.  The groom is employed at the Veterans Hospital at Wood and the bride is a bookkeeper for an A & P Grocery Store.


Among those from here attending the wedding were Mrs. Minnie Kalepp, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kattre and three sons, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Kalepp, Donald Kalepp, Miss Julene Mundel, Mr. and Mrs. Don Wittkamp and Donald Albrecht.



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