BioM: Bentzler, Kathleen (1964)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Bentzler, Froeba
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 13 Feb 1964
Bentzler, Kathleen (08 Feb 1964)
St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Loyal, was the setting for the wedding of Kathleen Esther Bentzler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bentzler, Sr. of Loyal and Ronald Froeba, son of Mrs. Loretta Froeba, Loyal.
Te ceremony was performed on Saturday, February 8, at a 10:30 Nuptial Mass with the Rev. Norbert E. King officiating. The music was furnished by St. Anthony’s church choir.
The bride wore a floor length gown of chantilly lace and organza. A chantilly lace fitted bodice with long tapered finger tip sleeves. The scalloped Sabrina neckline had a borealis trim. The skirt was a full bouffant with chantilly lace flowers, bordered with alencon lace. A cluster of fklowers and petals caught the finger tip veil of French illusion. Her bouquet was of red and white roses, centered with a white orchid.
The maid of honor was Mill Nancy Froeba, sister of the groom. She was dressed in a romance blue floor lengthgown of nylos organza. The bridesmaid was Mrs. Ronald Gambort, Abbotsford, sister of the groom., who was dressed identicall to the maid of honor. In their hair they wore matching floral crowns with small veils.
Kenneth Bentzler brother of the bride of North Chicago, Illinois acted as best man. The groomsman was Ronald Grambort of Abbotsford, brother-in-law of the bride and Herbert Froeba, brother of the groom seated the guests who came from Milwaukee, South Bend, Indiana; North Chicago, Illinois, Marshfield, Stratford, Greenwood, Abbotsford, Granton, Wisconsin Rapids and Loyal.
A dinner followed the ceremony in St. Anthony’s church hall with a reception in the afternoon at Loyal Amusements Hall.
The bride is a 1957 graduate of Loyal High school and has been employed at the Weyerhauser Co. of Marshfield.
The groom also attended Loyal schools and is a patrolman for the town of York.The couple will live at route 2, Loyal.
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