BioM: Franz, Carol Jean (1964)
Contact: Pat Braun
Surnames: Franz, Sinette, Woodring, Rolland, Propopinski, Kenyon
----Source: Owen Enterprise (Owen, Clark Co., Wis.) 7/9/1964
Franz, Carol Jean ( 20 JUN 1964)
NEWLYWEDS TO MAKE HOME AT FOR EUSTIS
Spec. 4 and Mrs. Lester Dennis Sinette Jr., who were married Saturday, June 20, at 2:00 p.m. in the Alliance Church at Owen, honeymooned in northern Wisconsin and on July 10 will leave for Ft. Eustic, VA, where he is stationed with the U. S. Army.
The Rev. Arnold L. Woodring officiated at the marriage ceremony which united Miss Carol Jean Franz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Franz of Owen, and the son of Lester and Iola Sinette Sr., Holcomb and Loyal.
She was given in marriage by her Uncle, Albert Franz. Mrs. Arnold Woodring presided at the organ as Mrs. Lee Kenyon sang “The Lord’s Prayer” and “I Love You Truly.” The church altar held arrangements of roses and peonies.
Miss Franz chose a floor-length gown of French lace and tulle and a fingertip veil held to a crown of pearls and crystals. She carried a crescent bouquet of red and white roses.
Miss Anita Rolland of Holcomb served as maid of honor with Miss Annette Franz, Owen, the bridesmaid. Their dresses were of nylon and taffeta in aqua and deep yellow color, respectively, and each carried a colonial bouquet of matching colored pompons and white carnations.
Cindy Propopinski of Loyal, as miniature bride, was dressed similar to the bride. Blaine Franz of Spencer was ring bearer.
Charles Franz served as best man with Duwayne Sinette of Holcomb as groomsman. William Franz Jr., Owen, and Jackie Sinette of Holcomb ushered wedding guests coming from Holcomb, Knapp, Whitehall, Spencer, Greenwood, Loyal, Boyd, Athens, Minneapolis, Minn., and Englewood, Ill.
A reception was held at the Legion Hall and there was a dance in the evening.
The bride and groom attended school at Owen-Withee and Holcomb, respectively.
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