BioM: Lutz, Marion H. (1942)
Surnames: Lutz, Herrick, Herrin
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 09/24/1942
Lutz, Marion H. (18 SEP 1942)
(Some of this write up was unreadable, so some paraphrasing was necessary)
Wearing a frosty blue suit with matching accessories and a corsage of white roses and hyacinths, Marion Henrietta Lutz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Lutz of Curtiss (Clark Co., Wis., became the bride of Kenneth Herrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Herrick), also of Curtiss, in an 8:15 ceremony performed on Friday, Sept. 18, 1942, at the home of the bride’s brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Herrin, Wis. Rapids. The Rev. F.W. Ludwig, Stevens Point, read the nuptials before the immediate relatives in the nicely decorated room.
Mr. and Mrs. Herrin were the attendants. Mrs. Herrin was attired in ? and wore a corsage of pink and white hyacinths.
Wedding cake and ice cream were served later.
Mrs. Herrick attended the Medford High School until her senior years, then transferred and was graduated from the Owen High School.. She attended the Wood county Normal School and the Taylor County Normal School, and at present is at the Maplewood School at ?. The groom, a graduate of ? High School, is employed as a cheesemaker by the Laabs’ Cheese Factory at Curtiss.
The couple will reside with the husband's parents.
1940 Federal Census, Hoard Town, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, family 6, line 29
Marion H Lutz, white, single,
residence in 1935: Medford, Taylor, Wisconsin
head Henry G Lutz M 62 Wisconsin
wife Cora E Lutz F 58 Wisconsin
daughter Marion H Lutz F 19 (1921) Wisconsin
son George H Lutz M 17 Wisconsin
1940 Federal Census, Curtiss, Clark, Wisconsin, United States, enumeration district number: 10-6, family 25, line 5
Kenneth C Herrick, white,
residence in 1935: Same Place
head Grant W Herrick M 45 Wisconsin
wife Myrtle Herrick F 44 Wisconsin
son Kenneth C Herrick M 19 Wisconsin
daughter Gwendolyn M Herrick F 17 Wisconsin
son Grant W Herrick M 16 Wisconsin
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