BioM: McNeely, Lana Louise (1972)
Surnames: McNeely, Treglowne, Anderegg, Denk, McKie, King, Schoonover
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 01 Jun 1972
McNeely, Lana Louise (20 MAY 1972)
Residing at 408 W. Sixth St., Marshfield, are newlyweds of Saturday, May 20, 1972, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Treglowne Jr.
Miss Lana Louis McNeely, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray McNeely, route 1, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), and Robert Lee Treglowne Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Treglowne Sr., Hancock, Michigan, were married that day at 12 o'clock noon at St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Loyal.
The Very Rev. Norbert E. King, pastor, performed the nuptial rites, and wedding music was provided by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Denk, Mrs. Allen Schoonover, Mrs. Diane Anderegg, and Ken, Jeff and Gordy Denk.
Approaching the altar with her parents, Miss McNeely was wearing a white sata peau over taffeta gown with an A-line skirt and detachable sweep train.
She carried an arrangement of stock and stephanotis.
Her attendants, Miss Mary McNeely, Wausau, the maid of honor,a nd Miss Pauline Treglowne, Marshfield, the bridesmaid, wore powder blue floor length Dacron polyester gowns and carried a bouquet made up of blue, pink, yellow and white daisies, with baby's breath.
Roger McKie, Houghton, Michigan, served the groom as best man, and Pat McNeely, Timberline Ski Area in Oregon, was the groomsman. Ushers were Jeff McNeely and Dan McNeely.
Mrs. Treglowne graduated from Loyal High School and in 1970 from the School of Practical Nursing, Stevens Point. She has been employed as a licensed practical nurse at St. Joseph's Hospital, Marshfield.
Her husband is a 1965 graduate of Hancock Central High School and served for three years in the U.S. Marine Corps, 13 months of which were spent in Vietnam. He is presently employed by Wick Building Systems, Spencer.
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