BioM: Kaput, Lillian (1944)
Surnames: HUMKE KAPUT WAYMOUTH
----Sources: Greenwood Gleaner (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) 03/09/1944
Kaput, Lillian (26 FEB 1944)
Word was received here (Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis.) last week by Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Humke of the marriage of their son, Lt. Herbert H. Humke, to Miss Lillian Kaupert, which took place at Montgomery, Ala. On Saturday, Feb. 26, 1944. Lt. Humke recently enjoyed a furlough here enroute to Indiana to Maxwell Field, Ala.
The Gleaner joins their many local friends in extending congratulations and best wishes for many years of happy married life.
(Follow on in 4/13/1944 Mosinee, Wis. Times)
Miss Lillian Kaput, daughter of Mrs. Mary Kaput, became the wife of Lt. Herbert Humke of Greenwood Feb. 26 in a pretty evening ceremony performed at the Post Chapel at Maxwell Field, Alabama.
Major Potterton, post chaplain at Maxwell Field, performed the ceremony.
The bride wore an aqua colored dress with black accessories and wore a corsage bouquet of white carnations.
Attending the wedding were Lt. and Mrs. William Waymouth, Jr., who are also stationed at Maxwell Field. Mrs. Waymouth wore a gold dress with black accessories and her corsage consisted of roses. A wedding dinner was served at the officers club following the ceremony.
Both Lt. and Mrs. Humke are well known in the Mosinee community. They are now making their home at 137 Wilkinson St. , Montgomery, Ala.
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