BioM: Francis, Jacqueline Sue (1970)
Surnames: Francis, Slaby, King, Kruger, Lazotte, Redig, Haslow
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 18 Jun 1970
Francis, Jacqueline Sue (6 JUN 1970)
Jacqueline Sue Francis of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Francis, also of Loyal, and David Anthony Slaby, Arcadia, Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Slaby, Arcadia, exchanged wedding vows Saturday, June 6, 1970, at 1:30 p.m. at St. Anthony's Church in Loyal.
Officiating at the ceremony was Father King.
Soloist for the ceremony was Pattie Slaby of Kiel, Wis.
The bride wore a white satin A-line dress, floor length, with an empire embroidered lace top. The dress consisted of a satin train with embroidered lace and a stand up collar. She had a bouffant veil and a petal flower headpiece. She held a cascade of white daisies and baby's breath.
Her maid of honor was Pattie Slaby of Kiel, Wis., and her bridesmaids were Miss Paula Fancis, Loyal, Mrs. Mary Ann Slaby, Mosinee, and Miss Kathy Kruger, Loyal.
They were seen in an orchid A-line dress, floor length, of crepe and flower headpieces of the same color. They held a nosegay of orchid daisies and ferns.
The flower girl was Lesia Slaby and the ring bearer was Dean Slaby.
The groom's best man was Daniel Slaby of Kiel, and his groomsmen were Ron Slaby, Mosinee, Rolland Slaby, Arcadia, Bruce Lazotte, Neillsville. The ushers were Elmer Redig of Loyal and Randy Haslow, also of Loyal.
A reception was held at the Amber Inn at 3:00 and the dance was also held at the Amber Inn that evening.
The bride is a 1969 graduate if Loyal High School.
The groom is a graduate from Arcadia High School and is employed at O.W. Trindal Company in Loyal.
After returning from a camping trip up north, the couple will make their home in Loyal.
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