BioM: Johnson, Karen Jean (1967)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Johnson, Milz
----Source: The Loyal Tribune, (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 22 June 1967
Johnson, Karen Jead (10 June 1967)
Miss Karen Jean Johnson, route 1, Greenwood, and Duane Edward Milz, route 1, Loyal, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, June 10, at12:30 p.m. at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church, Loyal.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Delmond Johnson, route 1, Greenwood and Mrs. Luella Milz, route 1, Loyal and the late Edward Milz.
The Rev. Norbert E. King officiated at the ceremony and the church choir provided the music.
The bride was seen in a nylon sheath with short bell sleeves and lace trim. She wore a flowered headpiece with bouffant veil and carried yellow roses, white carnations and ivy.
Miss Beverly Milz, Loyal, was the maid of honor, and Mrs. James Welsh, Marshfield, and Miss Joanne Dillenbeck, Greenwood the bridesmaids.
The aides donned yellow empire floor-length sheaths of chiffon over taffeta and matching self fabric roses with veiled headpieces. Theis flowers were yellow and white chrysanthemums.
John Johnson, route 1, Greenwood, served as best man; James Welsh, Marshfield; and Jerome Becker, Greenwood, the groomsmen; and Vernon Nolan, Stratford, and Robert Shea, Cresco, Iowa, ushers.
A wedding reception was held at the bride’s parental home. Supper was served at 4:30 p.m. in the church dining hall and the wedding dance took place at the Colby Park Dance Hall.
The new Mrs. Milz is a 1965 graduate of Greenwood High School, attended Kenosha Technical Institute, graduating January 13, 1967, as a licensed practical nurse. She is employed at the Neillsville Memorial Hospital, Neillsville. The groom graduated from Loyal High School with the class of 1963. He farms on route 1, Loyal, where the couple will reside after a wedding trip to Canada.
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