BioM: Loertscher, Carol Jean (1956)
Surnames: Loertscher, Gosse, Valli, Reuter, Brost, Etten,
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 12/06/1956
Carol Jean (1 Dec. 1956)
Jean Loertscher and Merle Gene Gosse, of Abbotsford, and Miss Joan
Mae Loertscher and Daniel Louis Valli, of West Park, N.Y. were
married Saturday morning at 8:00 a.m. in a double wedding at Holy
Rosary Catholic church, Medford. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gregory Reuter
are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. Loertsch of Medford, Route 2.
Mr. Gosse’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gosse, formerly of
Abbotsford, now of Milwaukee, and Mr. Valli’s father is Louis
Valli, of New York.
will live at Medford on Route 3. Mr. Gosse is a mechanic at Medford
Motors, Inc. The Vallis will live in New York where Mr. Valli is
employed as a technician with International Business
wore similar gowns of lace and tulle over satin. Pearl set head
pieces held their finger tip veils and their cascade bouquets
contained red roses.
flower girl was the brides’ younger sister, Jeanne, and the
ring bearer was their brother, Ronald.
for Mr. Gosse and his bride were Miss Donna Gosse and Allyn
Loertscher, sister and brother of the couple and Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Brost, Valgene Loertscher and Jack Gosse, Milwaukee, and the
Misses Donna Etten, Dorchester, and Miss Pat Kraemer completed the
The maids of
honor wore strapless, blue net over satin and the bridesmaids wore
coral net over satin. In their bouquets were carnations tinted to
match their frocks and white carnations.
Dinner was served to 130 guests in Holy Rosary school auditorium and 250 guests were present for the supper. In the evening, a dance was held at Memorial hall, Dorchester. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gosse, Donna and Jack and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gosse, of Milwaukee, and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Loertscher, of Abbotsford.
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