BioA: Logue, David/Mary Lou – Pastor (Silver – 1973)


Surnames: Logue, Dallman, Vollrath, Larson, Ystad, Kohlnhofer, Schultz, Rogers, Girod

----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 08 Nov 1973

Logue, David/Mary Lou – Pastor (Silver – 4 NOV 1973)

Pastor David and Mary Lou Logue celebrated their 25th anniversary Sunday, November 4, 1973. Dave and Mary Lou were married in Los Angeles on November 4, 1948, by Rev. Dudley Girod, youth pastor of the Church of the Open Door of that city.

Zion United Church of Christ joined with the Logues in a special service for the occasion, including a choral number "Love One Another," sung by Linda Dallman, Anna Vollrath, Leanne, Jill, Kathy and Lori Larsen. Dawn Ystad was the pianist. Pastor Logue sand a hymn used in their original ceremony, "Savior, Like a Shepherd Lead Us." The service also included wedding vows.

In the afternoon a reception and supper were held in the church parlors from 2 to 5, with nearly 100 friends present. Among the many lovely gifts were a Silver money tree from the Church, a beautiful cake presented by Zion Adult Fellowship and baked by Mrs. Carolyn Kohlnhofer. A beautiful flor centerpiece, Mrs. Logue's corsage, and Pastor Logue's boutonniere were gifts from Zion Ladies Fellowship.

Special music for the afternoon was a solo, "Always," sung by Gary Schultz, with his wife, Rochelle, accompanying him on the piano.

Mrs. Logue looked lovely in a full length pink and silver gown, which she made for the occasion. Home for the celebration were Sharon Logue and her fiancé, Norman Rogers, both students at the UW, Madison, and Larry Logue from the UW, Eau Claire.

The three children at home yet are Greg, Jeanette and Vince.



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