Miss Carolyn Kotnik And Raymond Gottsacker Wed
Prior to an 11 a.m. nuptial high mass, celebrated Tuesday morning by the Rev.
John Cullen in St. Clement's church, Miss Carolyn Kotnik became the bride of
Raymond Gottsacker. Parents of the couple were seated in front pews, and are
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kotnik, 1802 N. Twelfth street, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Gottsacker, 821 Logan avenue.
Mrs. John Dyer came from Chicago to be matron of honor, and Miss Kathleen
Peternel, from Milwaukee, to be bridesmaid. Duties of best man were assumed
by Douglas Dahm of Port Washington, and Bruce Campbell of Milwaukee served as
groomsman. Both are former classmates of the bridegroom. Guests were
ushered by Paul Fox, Jr., the bridegroom's cousin, and Clemens Sonntag,
Music for the nuptials was provided by Miss Mary Sullivan, who sang "Ave
Maria," "Panis Angelicus," and "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother."
Sixty guests had a dinner at Wegner's Heidelberg club, and the reception for
250 relatives and friends was held at the same place, between three and five
Those coming from away for the marriage were Mrs. Patrick Shehy, Manitowoc,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Benning, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Curro and Patsy and Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Mollenhauer, Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Borkenhagen, Lansing,
Mich.; William Domann, Menomonee Falls; Jay Keepman, Janesville; Miss Helen
Lund, Viroqua; Misses Cay and Virginia Tinuta, Kenosha, and Bruce Burrows,
Fond du Lac.
A graduate of the University of Wisconsin, where she majored in occupational
therapy, the former Miss Kotnik recently completed her psychiatric
affiliation in Ypsilante, Mich., and will complete her internship at
pediatric and orthopedic hospitals in Milwaukee. In June Mr. Gottsacker will
be graduated from an electrical engineering course at the University of
Wisconsin. He is a member of Kappa Eta Kappa, national electrical
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