BioM: Frese, Roxey Ann (1966)


Surnames: Frese, McAllister, Coty, Russell

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 15 Dec 1966

Frese, Roxey Ann (19 NOV 1966)

Miss Roxey Ann Frese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frese of Thorp (Clark Co., Wis.), and Larry McAllister, son of Mr. and Mrs. James McAllister of Louisville, Ky. Were married at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 19th, 1966 by Rev. J.J. Haynes of Pastor of Our Lady of Humility Church in Zion, Ill. Mr. Frese presented his daughter in marriage.

The floor length bridal gown of silk organza over taffeta. Bodice fashioned square neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Semi-bouffant skirt sweeping back fullness and chapel length train. The headpiece was a circle crown with pearls, with an imported veil.

The maid of honor was Lorraine Frese, and bridesmaid, Maxine Frese, sisters of the bride. They were dressed in floor length gowns of ice pink brocade. Bodice fashioned with oval neckline and elbow length sleeves. Empire line skirt with floating panel in back for aisle interest. Headpieces of matching color and fabric loops with butterfly veils. Their pearl necklaces were gifts of the bride.

Clifford Russell of Great Lakes Naval Center was best man. Acting as groomsman was Robert Coty of Waukegan, and the ushers were the bride's brothers, Roger and Gerald Frese of Thorp.

The wedding reception was held at Nickes Restaurant in North Chicago. Present were guests from Thorp, Waukegan, North Chicago, Zion and Chicago, Ill.

The bride graduated from the Thorp High School and Langlade County Teachers College and at present they are both employed at Abbott's Laboratories in North Chicago.

After their marriage the couple took a trip to Kentucky, then on to Wisconsin.



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