BioM: Roder-Feutz Marriage, Sept.18, 1936
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Surnames: RODER, FEUTZ, LONGENECKER, SELVES,STERNITZKY, VINE, BARTZ ----Source: Neillsville Press

Miss Ruth Roder, 108 East Fifth Street, who operates the MiLady Beauty shoppe, was married Saturday at 2 P.M. to Lynn Feutz of Granton at the Congregational parsonage, Rev. G. W. Longenecker officiating.

The couple were attended by Miss Edna Selves of Neillsville and Erwin Sternitzky of Granton.

The bride was very attractively attired in a costume of wine colored, floor length transparent velvet and wore a corsage bouquet of gardenias. Miss Selves wore a pretty gown of dark green, floor length transparent velvet and a corsage bouquet of roses.

A wedding supper was served to 20 guests at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Ernest Vine. In the evening a free dance was enjoyed (at the Silver Dome) and a shower was given by Miss Gertrude Bartz and Miss Edna Selves.

The bride, who has been a lifelong resident of this community, is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. August Roder. She attended the Neillsville schools, graduating from high school in 1933 and the teacher training course in 1934. She took up the study of beauty culture and recently became the owner of the MiLady Shoppe. She is a young woman of keen intellect, industrious habits and possesses a gracious personality. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Christ Feutz of Granton and graduated from the Neillsville high school in 1930 and from the rural course at Stevens Point Teacher's college in 1931. He is teaching in the Cannonville school where he is exceptionally well liked and admired for his fine character and ability.

The young couple will be at home at 856 North Hewett Street after October 1.

 

 


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