BioM: Engevold, Pamela Kaye (1970)


Surnames: Engevold, Mondloch, Koopman, Firnstahl, LaBarge, Langfeldt, Froeba, Dunn, Noah, Barr, Hinker, Kirn, Lesar, Schmitz

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 24 Sep 1970

Engevold, Pamela Kaye (12 SEP 1970)

Wedding vows were exchanged at Greenwood (Clark Co.), Wisconsin on Saturday, September 12, 1970, between Pamela Kaye Engevold, Loyal, and Warren Arthur Mondloch, Greenwood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Mondloch, at St. Mary’s Church at Greenwood.

The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Engevold, Loyal, was given in marriage by her father at the double ring ceremony.

The bride chose a full length, A-line empire waist gown,w ith long sleeves and lace attired front. Her veil was full length and she carried a bouquet of white flowers with white roses.

Her maid of honor was Pat Firnstahl, Loyal, and bridesmaids were Peg LaBarge, Bonnie Langfeldt, and Sandra Froeba, all of Loyal. They wore full length gold gowns with empire waists and long sleeves. Each girl carried a bouquet of yellow and gold daisy pompons.

The best man was Al Noah, Greenwood, and groomsmen were Joe Dunn, Jim Barr, and Robert Hinker, all from Greenwood.

Ushers were Dick Schmitz and James Engevold. Music was furnished by Mrs. Donald Kirn and Mrs. Louis Lesar.

A reception was held for 150 guests at the Legion Hall in Greenwood.

The bride is a 1970 graduate of Loyal High School and the groom graduated from Greenwood High School in 1968, and is presently employed at Greenwood Homes, Inc.

The couple will make their home at 313 South Crocker, Greenwood, Wisconsin.



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