BioM: Berglund, Jacklyn (1972)


Surnames: Berglund, Loos, King, Schoonover, Anderegg, Zettler, Ingham, Babich, Weyhmiller, Poehnelt, Shober, Miller, Schultz

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 14 Dec 1972

Berglund, Jacklyn (09 DEC 1972)

Before an altar setting of candles and poinsettias, Jacklyn Berglund of Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), became the bride of Robert Loos, also of Loyal. Performing the 3 p.m. ceremony at St. Anthony's Catholic Church was Rev. N.E. King.

Parents of the couple are Mr.a nd Mrs. Robert Berglund and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Loos, all of Loyal.

Singing was provided by Mrs. Sharon Schoonover and Mrs. Dianne Anderegg, accompanied by Miss Judy Zettler.

Jacklyn approached the altar in an Edwardian style gown of nylon, with lace sleeves and bodice. Her gown and full train were appliqued with roses and pearls. Her headpiece was a pearl crown with illusion veil. She carried a basket of red carnations and holly trimmed with red velvet.

Attending the bride were Miss Mary Ingham of Turtle Lake, Wisconsin, Miss Patty Loos and Miss Barb Babich of Loyal. They were seen in royal blue velvet gowns with white bodice and sleeves, and their headpieces were royal blue Juliet caps with veils. They carried balls of blue and white carnations.

Serving as attendants to the groom were Mick Weyhmiller, Duane Poehnelt, and Dave Shober, all of Loyal.

Ushers were Al Miller and Bob Schultz of Loyal.

Following the wedding service, a reception and dinner were held at the Star Lodge Motel in Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Loos are Loyal High School graduates. She is employed at the Marshfield Convalescent Center, Marshfield, and he is employed at the Cooperative Services Feed Mills, Greenwood. They are at home at Mapleway Terrace, Loyal.



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