BioM: Nozar, Carol Ann (1972)
Surnames: Nozar, King, Becker, Denk, Fulayter, Lezotte, Fricke, Helm, Kulchar, Oestreich
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 15 Jun 1972
Nozar, Carol Ann (10 JUN 1972)
Miss Carol Ann Nozar, Neillsville (Clark Co., Wis.), daughter of Mrs. James Nozar and the late James Nozar of Neillsville, was married on Saturday, June 10, 1972 at 12:00 in St. Anthony's Catholic Church of Loyal, with the Rev. Norbert King officiating at the Church of Loyal, to Allen Clemence Becker, Loyal (Clark Co.), son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Becker, Loyal.
The Rev. Norbert King officiated at the nuptial mass, and the Denk Family of Loyal played and sang.
The bride was given away by Frank Fulayter, uncle of the bride.
Foer her wedding the bride wore a bouffant look organza gown with re-embroidered and Venice lace Bishop sleeves, with a lace panel in front with a lace panel on detachable train, and a forward petal veil with organza and pearl trim. She carried a bouquet of yellow carnations and roses.
Marcia Lezotte, Neillsville, was maid of honor, and Sharon Helm, Kenosha, and Karen Fricke, Loyal, were bridesmaids. They carried a small bouquet with one big flower and small ones on the side to match the lace color of the girls' dresses.
Sally Becker was flower girl and Brian Kulchar was ring bearer.
Staff Sgt. Harold Becker, Hawaii, was best man, and James Nozar, Oshkosh, and Mike Oestreich, Loyal, were groomsmen.
Performing ushering duties were Donald Becker, Marshfield, and louis Kulchar, Chicago.
A reception was held at the bride's home, with a dinner at St. Anthony's, and a dance at the Silver Dome.
Mrs. Becker is a 1970 graduate of Neillsville High school and is employed at Loyal Foods, Loyal.
Her husband is a 1968 graduate of Loyal High School and is employed by Huegel Surge, Loyal, selling dairy equipment.
After a wedding trip to southern Wisconsin, the couple will make their home at 104 West Mill St., Loyal.
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