Surnames: EVENSON KUZENSKI PETERSEN DOCTOR KAYE
----Sources: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/23/1932
Evenson, Katheryn (21 JUN 1932)
Trinity Lutheran Church at Unity was the scene of a very pretty wedding, Tuesday when the Rev. J.A. Olson, pastor, read the bridal services uniting in marriage, Miss Katheryn Evenson, daughter of E.K. Evenson of Owen, and Joseph E. Kuzenski of Stetsonville. There were about sixty-five guests present, and the young couple were attended by Miss Thelma Petersen of Chicago and Miss Mary Ann Doctor of Stetsonville, and Ray Kaye and Kenneth Evenson, a brother of the bride.
The bride wore a green embroidered net dress, white cap, white lace mitts and white shoes. She carried a shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. The maid of honor wore pink embroidered organdy dress and the bridesmaid wore a yellow net dress and they carried a mixed bouquet.
Following the wedding service a wedding dinner was served in the church parlors and a reception given by Mr. and Mrs. Hellestad.
Those from away to attend the wedding were: Mrs. H. Paulson, Miss Carrie Paulson, Ray Paulson, Jake Brunner, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lueck and children, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lueck and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dahlberg, Albert and Joseph Schemanski, Mrs. B. Kuzenski and daughter, Paula, and Miss Alice Hoff, all of Stetsonville; Miss Maybelle Ziemer and Miss Dorothea Thut of Medford; Mr. and Mrs. G.V. Anderson and son, Ogema, Wis.; Louis Keyes, Westboro; Rev. and Mrs. J.A. Olson, Unity; Dr. and Mrs. O.H. Eliason, Madison; Mr. and Mrs. R.F. Pannett, St. Louis; Mrs. C.N. Abbott and daughter, Constance, St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. O.K. Evenson, Cudahy; Mrs. Earl Evenson and son, Richard, Scandinavia; Mrs. Belford Ellingson and children, Oshkosh; Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Nelson and family, Cedar Falls, Ia.; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gratz and daughter, Eleanor, Madison, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. M.J. Hellestead and daughter, Vernice, Unity.
Mr. and Mrs. Kuzenski have left for a wedding trip, on their return will make their home at Stetsonville where the groom is postmaster. The happy couple have the best wishes of the numerous friends and at Stetsonville for a happy wedded life.
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