BioM: Rossow, Nancy #2 (1964)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Rossow, Weber

----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 26 May 1964

Rossow, June (16 May, 1964)

Miss Nancy June Rossow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Rossow, route 1, Loyal, and Jack Dean Weber, Great Lakes Illinois, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weber 533 East Sandusky Belefontaine, Ohio were united in marriage at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 16 at Our Saviours Lutheran Church at Greenwood.

The double ceremony was preformed by Rev. Arvid Myhrwold before the altar lighted with candles and bouquets of red roses and white snap dragons.

The bride approached the altar on the arm of her father. She was wearing a floor length of white bridal mist taffeta with detachable waist train, a fitted bodice and beateau neckline. The bodice and skirt front were beaded with miniature chrystal and pearls. A bouffant finger tip veil with a Swedish double crown. She carried a cascade of red roses and white swainsonia. Her necklace was a pearl offset with diamonds, a gift from the groom.

Miss Peggy Jean Rossow served as maid of honor for her sister’s wedding bridesmaids were Mrs. Donald Lampi. Deerfield, Ill. And Mrs. Douglas Larson Granton, Miss Cheryl Kuester, Waukesha, the bride’s cousin served as flower girl. They were wearing dresses of light blue nylon jersey over taffeta with rhinestone spaghetti straps and beateau neckline, covered by satin trimed lace jackets. They carried bouquets of blue edged carnations with white swainsonia, and white penoit streamers.

James C. R?oves came from Great Lakes to attend as best man he was wearing a U.S. Navy uniform as was the groom. Danny Weber, Bellefontaine, Ohio, nephew of the groom carried the rings to the altar on a lace covered bible. He was also wearing navy blue. Attending the groom were Dennis Schefus, Waukesha and Ronald May, Lisbon, Ohio, both cousins of the bride. Serving as ushers were Mr. Donald Lampi and Ronald Lindgren Deerfield, Ill.

The soloist Mr. Vern Dahlby was accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Don Warner as he sang “Because” and “I Love You Truly.’

Mrs. Rossow viewed her daughters wedding in a soft wool suit dress of pink champagne with pink and black accessories. Her corsage was an orchid with pink rosebuds. The groom’s mother wore a blue suit with white accessories and a corsage of red rose buds with an orchid.

Miss Connie Dyre, Chicago, Ill. Attended the guest book while Miss Joan Dyre, Minneapolis and Miss Margie Dyre, Greenwood, served punch. This was followed by a reception for 200 guest in the church parlors.

The bride a 1958 graduate of Loyal High School and a graduate of Northwest Institute of Medical Tech, Minneapolis, Minn. is employed at the Doctors building in Highland Park, Ill.

The groom a graduate of west Liberty High School with the class of 1855 is a MM1/c in the U.S. Navy.

After a tour of the southern states Mr. and Mrs. Weber will reside at 721 McAlister Avenue, Waukegan, Ill.



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