BioM: Woodkey, Evelyn D. (1930)

Contact:  Audrey Roedel


----Source: The Loyal Tribune 27 November 1930

Woodkey, Evelyn D. (19 NOV 1930)

(Marshfield News Herald)

Miss Evelyn Dorothy Woodkey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Woodkey, Spencer, Route 2, became the bride of Otto E. Ehlert, son of Mrs. Fredericka Ehlert of Loyal, at a ceremony which took place Wednesday, Nov. 19, at 2:30 o’clock at Salem’s Lutheran church, Veefkind, which was decorated in pink and white streamers. The Rev. August J. Quandt performed the ceremony.

Miss Ione Kibbel of Neenah and Miss Hulda Fisher acted as bridesmaids, and the groom was attended by Rodger Woodkey and Edwin Rossow.

The bride wore a gown of American beauty velveteen and headband of rhinestenes, and carried a bride’s bouquet. Miss Kibbel was dressed in royal blue transparent velvet and Miss Fisher wore brown Chiffon.

After the ceremony the wedding party went to the home of the bride’s parents, where a decoration scheme of lavender, pink and white was used. At 5 o’clock dinner was served to approximately 175 guests, many of whom were from Clinton, Wausau, Wild Rose, Marshfield, Unity, greenwood and Loyal.

Mr. and Mrs. Ehlert will go on a short wedding trip to Wild Rose and on their return will be at home at Loyal, where the groom is employed as oil salesman.



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