BioM: Haselow, Carol J. (1974)


Surnames: Haselow, Humlie, Querin, Gluch, Dahlby, Emmerich, Osowski

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 24 Oct 1974

Haselow, Carol J. (18 OCT 1974)

Trinity Lutheran Church, Loyal, was the scene for the wedding of Miss Carol J. Haselow, 233-B South Wisconsin Avenue, Medford, and Eugene H. Querin, Route 1, Curtiss (Clark Co.), Wisconsin, on Friday, October 18, 1974 at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. William Humlie, pastor, performed the nuptial ceremony, and was assisted by Rev. Chester Osowski, St. Anthony's Catholic Church, Loyal.

Mr. Ronald Gluch was organist and Vern Dahlby was soloist.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Haselow, Loyal (Clark Co., Wis.), and Mrs. Caroline Querin, Route 1, Curtiss.

The bride was given in marriage by her father, and chose a princess style gown in angelskin peau trimmed with jeweled lace, featuring bishop sleeves and chapel length trin. Her should length veil was of lace trimmed tulle. She carried a cascade of red roses, white carnations, with white baby's breath and ivy.

Mrs. Glenn Emmerich, Medford, was matron of honor, and was seen in a floor length A-line gown of powder blue double knit polyester, flocked with white daisies and a white picture hat. She carried a cascade of gold pompons and white pom daisies with white baby's breath.

Mr. Glenn Emmerich, Medford, was best man, with Gordon Haselow, R. 2, Spencer, and Gerald Querin, New Berlin, Wisconsin, as ushers.

A reception and dinner followed the ceremony at the Amber Inn Supper Club, Loyal.

Mrs. Querin is employed at the Taylor County Co-op Credit Union, Medford, and her husband is employed at Liberty Homes, Dorchester.

After a wedding trip to southern Wisconsin and Iowa, they will make their home on Route 2, Medford.



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