BioM: Barthelemy, Elizabeth D. (1941)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Buettner, Barthelemy, Joslin
----Source: The Loyal Tribune, 01 January 1942
Barthelemy, Elizabeth D. (15 NOV 1941)
Announcement has been received here of the marriage of William F. Buettner, formerly of the town of Weston, to Mrs. Elizabeth Dorothy Barthelemy of Hackensack, Minn., on Nov. 15, 1941. The Rev. Ernest G. Kuechle, pastor of the Lutheran church in Wisconsin Rapids, performed the ceremony in the parsonage.
Witnesses to the ceremony were the bride’s son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Joslin, and the wedding dinner was served by Mrs. Joslin and Mrs. Jack Arnold, another daughter, at the Arnold home in Wisconsin Rapids.
The bride wore a blue dress, with red roses and white sweet peas, and the matron of honor wore a rust roses and lavender sweet peas. The groom wore a blue suit with white carnations while the best man wore a brown suit with pink carnations.
Guests present at the wedding were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schultz, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Buettner and two daughters, Mrs. Everett Buettner and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hilger and two children. Those present spent an enjoyable evening at the Arnold home, and the newlyweds were charivaried at three different times. A wedding dance was held in the Weston town hall on Nov. 22.
Mr. and Mrs. Buettner left the next morning for Campbellsport, Wis., on a honeymoon, returning on Monday to Clark County, where they lived for a time on the Buettner farm in Weston. They have now moved to Hackensack to make their future home. Mr. Buettner will work at his old trade there.
Mr. Buettner was formerly a member of the Loyal Townsend club. He also was president of the Neillsville Townsend club for a time, besides being a Townsend club organizer and speaker.
The Tribune joins with the many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Buettner in wishing them a happy wedded life.
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