BioM: Vitort, Kathryn A. (1967)


Surnames: Long, Vitort, Bigler

----Source: THORP COURIER (Thorp, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Aug 1967

Vitort, Kathryn A. (26 AUG 1967)

Miss Kathryn A. Vitort of Madison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Vitort of route 3, Stanley became the bride of George N. Long of Madison, in a double ring ceremony at St. Mary's Czestochowa Church in Junction (Clark Co., Wis.) on August 26th, 1967. The Rev. Father Karabils read the nuptial mass at 11:00 a.m. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Norman Long of Eau Claire.

An emprire sleeveless sheath gown of silk organza and Alencon lace trimmed with pearls was worn by the bride. The fitted bodice featured elbow length sleeves and the tunnel back fell into a full chapel length train. Her bubble veil was secured by a lace, pearl and out glass headdress, and she carried a bouquet of orchids and stephanotis.

Miss Kristine Long, Eau Claire, was the maid of honor. She was attired in a light apricot crepe sleeveless sress with a coat of orange chiffon. Mrs. James Bigler of Verona was the bridesmaid, wearing a dress of light apricot styled as the one worn by Miss Long. Both carried cascade bouquets of white spider mums.

L/Cpl. James Vitort Jr. of Beaufort, S.C. was the best man for the groom. James Bigler of Verona was the groomsman. James Long, Eau Claire, and Larry Vitort, Stanley, seated the guests.

A luncheon and reception were held following the ceremony at LeQue's Supper Club.

The bride is employed as a keypunch supervisor in the University Teacher Placement Bureau, Madison, and the groom, who attend the Univ. of Wisconsin and is a graduate of the Madison Business College, is presently employed in the Dept. of Taxation. They are making their home in Madison.



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