BioM: Savage, Norene (1941)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Savage, Reinart, Biegler, Teoma, Wilding, Hake, Mackenprang, Girard, Heifner, Sorenson, Rhode
----Sources: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thurs., 12 June 1941
Savage, Norene (Marriage - 9 June 1941)
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at St. Maryís Catholic Church, Neillsville at 9 am. Monday when Miss Norene Savage, youngest daughter of Mrs. Wm. Ewers of Neillsville, became the bride of Clarence Reinart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Reinart, Sr., the single-ring ceremony was performed by Father J. A. Biegler.
The bride was lovely in a floor length Georgia gown studded with rhinestones, princess style, a train, and long tight fitted sleeves. She also wore a finger-tip veil of net and lace, caught up in a beaded headdress. She carried a bouquet of lovely garden flowers of assorted daisies grown in the garden of her aunt, Mrs. Schultz. She attended by her close friend, Miss Helen Thoma, who wore a floor length gown of yellow organdie trimmed with yellow lace and a shoulder-length veil of yellow with a headband of yellow flowers and carried a bouquet of white and yellow daisies and buttercups.
The groom wore a suit of medium dark blue with a boutonniere of daisies. He was attended by his brother, Joseph, who wore a suit of bright blue and a boutonniere of daisies.
The bride graduated from the Neillsville High School with the class of 1936 and has been employed at the soil conservation office from the past four and one-half years, at which she will continue for a time.
The groom has assisted on his fatherís farm with the exception of a couple of years when he was employed at the Jess Wilding and Rush Hake farms.
Following the ceremony a reception was to be held on the lawn of the brideís and groomís new home at the Chas. Mackenprang farm, but due to the cold, unpleasant day it was held in the Washburn town hall at which 75 to 80 relatives and immediate friends were in attendance. The tables were beautifully decorated with yellow and white crepe paper, and centerpiece being a three tier wedding cake decorated in yellow, white and miniature bride and groom, also baskets and vases of cut flowers were used in the decoration.
They will go to housekeeping immediately at the Chas. Mackenprang farm which they have rented.
Out-of-town guests attending the wedding were the groomís sister, Mrs. Ernst Girard, Ladysmith; his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. P. Hiefner, daughter and granddaughter of Hoka, Minn.; his brother, Peter, and family of Merrillan; Mr. and Mrs. Axel Sorenson of Withee and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rhode of Greenwood.
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