BioM: Pieper, Karen Sue (1967)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Pieper, Fricke
----Source; The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 10 Aug 1967
Pieper, Karen Sue (29 July 1967)
Miss Karen Sue Pieper and David Arthur Fricke of Milwaukee were married Saturday, July 29, at 1 p.m. in St, Anthony’s Catholic Church at Loyal.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Pieper, route 1, Loyal, and Mr. and mrs. Oscar Fricke, route 2, Loyal.
The Rev. N. E. King officiated and Michael Tucker was the organist. Mr. Pieper gave his daughter in marriage.
The bride was seen in a white floor-length bouffant organza and lace gown styled in southern belle style and had a lace double-crown holding her silk illusion veil. She carried a cascade of white roses with blue swainsona.
The maid of honor was Miss Sandra Helm,Loyal. Bridesmaids were Miss Barbara Luber, Milwaukee, and Miss Alana Zepplin and Miss Karlene Brussow, Loyal. They all wore peacock blue floor-length chiffon over taffeta gowns with a floral cluster headpiece holding her four tiered veil and carried white carnations with blue and white rosebuds.
Gordon Ellison, Milwaukee, serving the groom as best man. Daniel Baxter, Abbotsford; Jim Olson, Loyal, and Daniel Langfeldt were the grooms men. Delmar Pieper and Alan Langfeldt were the ushers.
A reception was held at the Star Lodge Motel and a 4 p.m. dinner was served in the Lutheran Church hall in Loyal. The Colby Park Pavilion was the scene of the wedding dance that evening.
The young couple both graduated from Loyal High School with the class of 1965. She had been employed by American Partition Co. and he a carpenter with Rueben Staats Builder in Milwaukee. After a wedding trip through northern Wisconsin the couple will make their home at 10403 W. Villard, Apt. 3, Milwaukee.
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