BioM: Rossow, Kay Frances (1965)
Poster: Betty Comstock
Surnames: Rossow, Oestreich, Stevens, Beardsley, Johnston, Bloom
------Source: Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark Co., Wis.) 07/01/1965
Rossow, Kay Frances (26 JUN 1965)
Saturday, June 26 was the day chosen by Miss Kay Frances Rossow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Rossow, Loyal and the Rev. Ross Verne Oestreich, Evanston, Illinois, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Oestreich, Winthrop Harbor, Illinois.
The Rev. Paul Doering performed the 7:30 p.m. nuptials in the Loyal Methodist Church. Mrs. Byron Zepplin was the organist and Miss Joan Dauphin the soloist. The songs sung were “Lord, Who at Cana’sWedding Feast” and “O Perfect Love”. White gladioli adorned the church alter.
The bride’s floor length gown had a delustered satin skirt with rose-point lace bodice and a detachable satin train. A crown of seed pearls held her shoulder length silk illusion veil and she carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations.
The bride’s sister, Miss Sandra Rossow, Loyal was the maid of honor and Miss Barbara Stevens of Wheeler, the bridesmaid.
They wore long formals of sea spray green peau de soie and rose-point lace over taffeta. They had round necklines on the bodices of sea spray green lace to which were attached A-line skirts of green peau de soie.
Daniel Oestreich was the best man; Robert Beardsley, was the groomsman Craig Johnston and Bruce Bloom, the ushers and Miss Deborah Bloom and Miss Lynn Bloom, candle lighters.
A reception followed the ceremony at the church. After a wedding trip to southern Wisconsin, the couple will live in Evanston, Illinois.
The bride is a graduate of Wisconsin State University-Eau Claire and the groom graduated last year from Wisconsin State University-La Crosse. He is presently a student at Garrett Theological Seminary.
Guests came from Winthrop Harbor and Evanston, Illinois; Appleton, Trempealeau, Eau Claire, Stetsonville, Kenosha, Wisconsin Rapids, Withee, Granton, Milwaukee and Medford.
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