BioM: Frolin, Gladys M. (1968)


Surnames: Frolin, Zuehlke, Luetkehoelter, Dahlby, Larsen, Rumsey, Hubing, Meyer, Radtke, Johnson

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 28 Mar 1968

Frolin, Gladys M. (16 MAR 1968)

Mrs. Gladys M. Frolin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer M. Larsen, route 1, Owen (Clark Co., Wis.), was marriage Saturday, March 16, 1968 at 7:30 p.m. to George F. Zuehlke Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George Zuehlke Sr., route 2, Loyal (Clark Co.).

The Zuehlke – Frolin wedding was performed by the Rev. H.W. Luetkehoelter in the Nazareth Lutheran Church at Withee. Vern Dahlby was soloist for the occasion.

The bride, who had a nosegay of yellow roses, was attired in a street length dress of eggshell peau satin and matching veiled pillbox hat.

In the wedding party, which entered the church in couples and proceeded fown the aisle to the alter, were Miss Paulal Rumsey, Denver, Colo., the maid of honor; Miss Carol Hubing, Loyal, bridesmaid; Dave Meyer, Sullivan, best man; and Paul Radtke, Oconomowoc, groomsman.

Seating the wedding guests were Ken Larsen, Owen, and Ricky and Terry Johnson, Humbird.

The bridal aides wore street length dresses of aqua pea satin and matching pillbox hats. Each had a nosegay of yellow roses and netting.

The wedding reception was held at the Amber Inn, Loyal, after which the couple left for a honeymoon in northern Wisconsin. Later the newlyweds will take a trip to Las Vegas, Nevada.

The bridegroom is a banker at the Citizens State Bank in Loyal, in which city the couple will reside.



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