BioM: Pink, Agnes (1938)
Contact:  Audrey Roedl


----Sources: The Loyal Tribune 05 May 1938

Pink, Agnes (23 APR 1938)

Miss Agnes Pink, daughter of Mr. Frank Pink of Rib Lake, became the bride of Ernest Tetzlaff, son of Mrs. Wm. Tetzlaff of the town of Rib Lake, in a double ring ceremony performed last Saturday morning, April 23, 1938, ay 10 o’clock by Rev. Fr. Peter Dickopf in the rectory of St. John’s Catholic church in Rib Lake.

The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. William Annen, Chelsea, brother-in-law and sister of the bride.

The bride was attired in a brown street dress, bolero style, of Romaine crepe with accessories to match, and carried a corsage of roses and carnations. Mrs. Annen wore a blue dress with matching accessories. The bridegroom and his attendant wore dark blue suits.

A reception dinner and supper was served to about sixty guests at the National hotel, and a wedding dance was given that evening at the Lake Side.

For the present the couple will make their home with Mr. Tetzlaff’s parents in the town of Rib Lake. Mr. Tetzlaff is employed as a carpenter.

Mrs. Tetzlaff lived with her parents on a farm northeast of the village for many years, moving to Rib Lake about two years ago. The Tribune joins the many friends of the bride in this community in extending Best Wishes to both young people.



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