BioM: Anderson, Patricia L. (1960)
Surnames: Anderson, Amacher, Fries, Westermeier, More, Rottler, Diers, Moor, Carter
----Source: Colby Phonograph (Colby, Clark Co., Wis.) 05/26/1960
Anderson, Patricia L. (Marriage - 21 May 1960)
Miss Patricia L. Anderson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Anderson of Stetsonville, and Lloyd P. Amacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Amacher of Colby, Wisconsin were married by Rev. Wilfred W. Fries in the Sacred Heart Catholic church at Stetsonville Saturday morning at 10 o’clock. Mrs. Westermeier sang and played the organ. The church was decorated with pink gladioli, yellow chrysanthemums and pink carnation bouquets.
Miss Anderson, escorted to the altar by her father, appeared in a white gown fashioned in waltz length with a scalloped neckline and a chapel-length veil secured to a pearl crown. She carried pink and white roses with white lace trim.
The groom’ sister, Miss Marlene Amacher of Colby, was the maid of honor. Miss Phyllis More of Stetsonville and Miss Shirley Carter of Milan, were bridesmaids.
The bridal attendants were attired in gowns of blue chiffon over net and taffeta in ballerina length complemented by white accessories. Their bouquets were of blue and white carnations in colonial style.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rottier of Green Bay were honorary first couple. Best man was Norman Diers, and groomsmen were Ronny Carter and Vernon Diers. All are from Miland and are cousins of the groom. Melvin Moor and Melvin Carter ushered.
A reception was held at the bride’s home and the breakfast and supper were served in the church basement. A dance was held at the Dorchester Memorial Hall.
Mrs. Amacher graduated from the Medford High School and has been employed at McLellan’s Store in Marshfield. Her husband graduated from the Colby High School and works at Rollohome Corp., Marshfield.
The couple will reside at the Parkview Trailer Court in Marshfield when they return from a honeymoon trip through Wisconsin.
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