BioM: Wolfe, Pamela Sue (1974)
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Wolfe, Bertz, Luber, Trindal, Roberts, Bogdonovich, Langfeldt, Olsen, Zettler, Anderegg, Schoonover, Butterbrodt, Lindekugel, Humlie
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI) 8/08/1974
Wolfe, Pamela Sue (Marriage – 3 August 1974)
Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church, Loyal, was the setting for the Saturday, August 3, wedding of Miss Pamela Sue Wolfe, daugher of Mrs. Milton Wolfe Spencer, and Dennis Mark Bertz, son of Sheriff and Mrs. David Bertz, Neillsville. The Rev. William Humlie officiated at the “?” p.m. ceremony, which was followed by a reception, dinner, and dance at The Plaza, Spencer.
As she was presented in marriage by her brother Gary L. Wolfe, Lafayette, In., the bride wore a gown of organza and venise lace adorned with appliques, and fashioned with bishop sleeves and a chapel sweep train. A chapel length mantilla completed her ensemble, which was brightened by a crescent cascade of yellow carnations, gold (__? __) and butterscotch daisies.
Miss Carol Luber, Eau Claire, as maid-of-honor, and Miss Sheila Trindal, Loyal, as bridesmaid, appeared in white bodice gowns of deep brown organdy trimmed with white ruffle accent. Their cascade bouquets included chrysanthemums, daisies, and star flowers in shades of gold and bronze.
The groom was attended by Joseph Bertz as bestman, and Bradley Roberts as groomsman. William Bogdonovich and Jeffrey Langfeldt shared ushering duties.
Mrs. Gladys Olsen was the organist. Vocalists Miss Judy Zettler, Mrs. Diane Anderegg, and Mrs. Sharon Schoonover were accompanied by Miss Zettler on the guitar, and Jodi Schoonover on the organ.
The bride was honored at a miscellaneous prenuptial shower given July 7, by Miss Luber at the Wolfe home and at a linen shower given July 29, by Mrs. Marvelene Butterbrodt, Mrs. Janice Lindekugel, and Mrs. Dorothie Trindal at the Trindal home.
The newlyweds will live in Madison where he is employed as an agent for an insurance company.
The new Mrs. Bertz graduated from Loyal High School in 1971, and will be a senior majoring in elementary education at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in fall. Her husband a 1970 Neillsville High School graduate, received a Bachelor’s degree in business administration personnel management and labor relations from the UW-Madison earlier this year.
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