BioM: Potter, Kathleen Marie (1971)
Surnames: Potter, Frankwick, King, McNeely, Zettler, Westenhausen, O'Brien, Shupe, Strey
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 30 Sep 1971
Potter, Kathleen Marie (18 SEP 1971)
Miss Kathleen Marie Potter and James Alan Frankwick were united in marriage Saturday, September 18, 1971, in a 1:00 p.m. nuptial Mass as St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.)..
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Potter, route 2, Spencer, was given in marriage by her father to the son of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Frankwick, Marshfield. The Very Rev. Norbert E. King officiated, and the St. Anthony's Adult Choir, accompanied by Judy Zettler with a guitar and Kathy McNeely at the organ, furnished the music.
The bride wore a Chantilly type lace gown with a high neckline and bishop sleeves. A bouffant silhouette with a chapel train adorned her head. She carried a crescent style bouquet of yellow roses and white gardenias with white tubing streamers.
Miss Karen Potter, Spencer, was the maid of honor, with Sharon Potter of Spencer and Mrs. Esther Westenhausen, Marshfield as the bridesmaids. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow carnations and mint green roses and were gowned in a dress with a punch chiffon full skirt, embroidered braid trim in a matching color with a deep "V" neckline and bishop sleeves.
Lisa O'Brien was the miniature bride, with Pal Frankwick as the ring bearer.
Ronald Shupe was the best man, with Charles Frankwick and Donald Westenhausen, all of Marshfield, as the groomsmen.
Gerald Frankwick and Allen Strey were the ushers.
The Village Plaza at Spencer was the setting for wedding day events. These included a 2 o'clock reception, 5 p.m. dinner and a dance that evening.
The bride, a 1969 graduate of Loyal High School, is a unit clerk at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield. Her husband is a 1966 graduate of Marshfield Senior High School and is a truck driver for Supplier Warehouse Limited. The new couple will reside in Marshfield.
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