BioM: Bogue, Rochelle M. (1968)


Surnames: Bogue, Schultz, Duhling, Miller, Ostowski, Pierce, Purcell, Willert, Johnson, Griswold, Booher, Rehast, Johnson, Mansfield

---------Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 11 Jul 1968

Bogue, Rochelle M. (23 JUN 1968)

Miss Rochelle Marlene bogue, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bogue, Watseka, Ill., became the bride of Gary Lee Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Schultz, route 2, Greenwood (Clark Co., Wis.), on Sunday, June 23, 1968.

The 3 p.m. nuptial ceremony was performed by the Rev. Ernest Duhling at the First Methodist Church in Watseka, with Mr. Bogue presenting his daughter in Marriage. James Miller was the soloist and Charles Ostowski, the organist.

White silk organza and pearled Venice lace were utilized to fashion the cathedral entrained bridal gown. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion flowed from a three tiered crown of pearls and crystals, and she carried a cascade of aqua daisies and roses.

In the bridal party were Miss Terry Lynn Pierce, Watseka, Ill., the maid of honor, and Miss Connie Schultz, Greenwood, Miss Karen Purcell and Miss Linda Willert, both of Watseka, the bridesmaids.

They donned empire gowns of blue chiffon over crepe formals and carried cascades of blue daisies.

Darla Johnson, Medford, was flower girl, and Tom Griswold, Crystal Lake, Ill., the ring bearer.

Seve Booher of Manitowoc was best man, while the groomsmen were Davvid Bogue, Hammond, Ind., Dennis Bogue, Virden, Ill., and Enn Rehast, Marengo Ill. Ushering were Ron Johnson, Eau Claire, and Charles Mansfield Jr., Wonder Lake, Ill.

The reception as held in the church parlors following the ceremony. When the newlyweds return from a wedding trip to Colorado, they will reside on route 2, Greenwood, where the groom is a dairy farmer.

The new Mrs. Schultz graduated in June 1966 from Watseka High School, and this June 1 from Broad Beauty College. Her husband graduate in 1968 from Greenwood High school and last year from a farm short course at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.



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