BioM: Amundson, Lorraine Iola #3 (1947)
Surnames: Amundson, Lang, Funke, Stewart, Rushke, Olson
----Source: CLARK COUNTY PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 31 Jul 1947
Amundson, Lorraine I. (21 JUL 1947)
A midsummer wedding took place July 21, 1947 at the United Lutheran Church, when Lorraine Iola Amundson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Amundson, became the bride of Bernal Edwin Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lang of Unity. Rev. Theo. Nelson performed the double ring ceremony.
The nuptial music was played by Mrs. August Rushke, while Donald Lang of Withee, and Melvin Olson of Emerald ushered the guests to their seats. Mrs. Louis Behrens sang "Oh Promise Me" and "Because."
The bride was given in marriage by her father.
A sister of the bride, Mrs. Robert Funke of New Holstein, was the matron of honor. A sister of the groom, Miss Eva Jean Lang, was the bridesmaid.
The groom was attended by Robert Funke and Robert Stewart.
A reception was held at the home of the bride immediately following the ceremony, for about 50 relatives and friends. Dinner was served in the church parlors at 6:30.
Those who attended from out of town were: Mrs. Richard Weideman, Garrett, Ind., Mrs. Peter Madsen, Mr. and Mrs. William Catura of Owen; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Matzke and daughter Marilyn of Wausau; Mr. and Mrs. Nick Mertens and daughters Inez and Nona, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lang and children Roger and Janet, Withee, Mr. and Mrs. Sigurd Olson, Deer Park; Mrs. Edward Knight, New Richmond; Melvin and Clifford Olson, Alfred Olson, Gordon Amundson of Emerald; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bonte, Glenwood City; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Lang and children, Norman, Russell, Kermit, Roger and Nina, Unity; Mr. and Mrs. August Rushke, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Funke and children, Thomas and Nancy, New Holstein.
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