BioM: Johnson, Mildred (1942)
Surnames: Rotiek, Johnson, Leffel
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 07/02/1942
Johnson, Mildred (27 JUN 1942)
The lawn of the bride’s home was the setting of the wedding of Miss Mildred Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Johnson of Owen, Clark Co., Wis., and Lyle Rotiek of Pewaukee, Wis., Saturday, June 27, 1942, at 2 o’clock. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. R.E. Ortmayer of Owen.
The bride wore a redingote style dress of powder blue with matching hat and luggage tan accessories. She wore a corsage of talisman roses.
Miss Lucille Leffel of Chicago, Ill., attended the bride, attired in a redingote style dress of dusty rose with matching hat and luggage tan accessories, with a corsage similar to the bride’s.
The groomsman was Arnold Johnson, the bride’s brother.
The bride presented Lucille with a wings style compact.
William Richardson played the Lieberstrons wedding march as the bridal party came down the front porch steps. The bride was given away by her father.
Nadine Knudson sang "Oh Primisee Me" and "I Love You Truly," accompanied by the violin of William Richardson.
The dinning room was decorated with blue, rose and white streamers and from the center of the room hung a large bell. The centerpiece of the dinner table was a four tiered wedding cake.
The out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Banks and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson and family of Waukesha; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schneider and family of Waukegan; Isaac Johnson Jr. of Pewaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Gust Salo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Nyysti and Mrs. Gust Piekola, all of Greenwood.
A wedding dance was held at Merry Ol’ Gardens that evening.
After a week’s wedding trip in northern Wisconsin, they will make their home in Waukesha, where the groom is employed.
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