BioM: Bennin, Myrtle (1941)

Contact: Audrey Roedl

Surnames: Bennin, Walsh, Goggins, Urban, Biesanz, Gilligan

The Loyal Tribune 01 May 1941

Bennin, Myrtle (26 APR 1941)

At a beautiful double wedding service Saturday, April 26, Miss Myrtle Bennin, Loyal, Wis., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bennin, Fort Atkinson, Wis., became the bride of Mr. Keith Walsh, also of Loyal, son of Mrs. Mildred Walsh, Reedsburg, Wis.

The scene of the wedding was the Blessed Sacrament Church, Madison, Wis., and the Erv. Ralph Goggins celebrated the nuptial mass and read the marriage service.. The organist was Miss Agnes Carpenter, Madison.

The bride was attired in a filmy gown of white marquisette and wore a finger-tip tulle veile. The dress was fashioned with a billowy skirt, a nipped-in waistline and a sweetheart neckline. She wore an heirloom cameo for something old. She chose for her flowers American beauty roses.

The attendants of the couple were Miss Lillian Urban, Chicago, Ill., and Mr. William Biesanz, Wisconsin Rapids. Miss Urban was gowned in a navy blue dotted Swiss costume with a matching veil, both trimmed with white lace, She carried red roses and white sweet peas.

Both Mr. and Mrs. Walsh attended the Whitewater State teachers college, and the University of Wisconsin. Mr. Walsh also attended St. Mary’s college at Winona, Minn., from which school he was graduated, and Mrs. Walsh received her degree at Whitewater. For the past two years both have been employed as teachers at the Loyal, Wis., high school.

After the wedding ceremony, a breakfast was served to about 35 friends and relatives at Kennedy Manor, Madison, followed by a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Gilligan, Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Walsh will make their home in Loyal, Wis.



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