BioM: Pietenpol, Josephine (1931)
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Surnames: Pietenpol, Johnson, Trwartha, Voyce, Longenecker, Lihte, Wilson
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 22 Oct. 1931
Pietenpol, Josephine (Marriage - 14 Oct. 1931)
On the morning of Oct. 12, 1931, at her home in the Township of York, Josephine Pietenpol, the daughter of John Pietenpol, was united in marriage with Mr. Luther Johnson of Ironwood, Michigan. A sister of the bride, Mrs. H. L. Trewartha, was bridesmaid. Mr. George Voyce of Ironwood, Mich., was best man.
The house was the beautifully decorated, the color scheme being green and white.
After the wedding guest, to the number of about 20 were treated to a delightful wedding breakfast which tastefully prepared by Mrs. George Wilson of Granton.
Rev. G. W. Longenecker officiating at the wedding and used the justly popular double ring service.
There were present from Ironwood, Michigan, Mrs. Hulda Johnson, the mother of the groom and his three sisters, Elsa, Ruth and Hazel. Also Miss Saima Lihte and Mr. George Voyce. Of the home folks there were present, Mr. John Pietenpol, father of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pietenpol and daughter, Joan Ruth; Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Pietenpol and daughter Carmen; Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Trewartha and daughter, Helen and son Donald, and Miss Ruth Pietenpol.
After the wedding breakfast, Mr. and Mrs. Luther John started for Ironwood, Mich., by auto. Mr. Johnson is employed in an iron mine in that place. Mrs. Johnson has been teaching and will be missed by her numerous friends.
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