BioM: Fisher, Hazel A. (1942)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Fisher, Saveland, Semple, Behrens
The Loyal Tribune 24 September 1942
Fisher, Hazel A. (12 SEP 1942)
Miss Hazel Arlie Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher Jr., became the bride of Lt. Ralph B. Saveland, Jefferson Barracks, Mo., the son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Z. Saveland of Milwaukee, at 7 p.m. Sept. 12 in the Winnebago church, St. Louis, Mo. The Rev. Jerrie Johnson read the nuptials.
They were attended by Miss Lora Semple and Albert Behrens.
The bride was attired in a burgundy velveteen afternoon dress, trimmed with white lace. Her accessories were soldier blue, and she wore an orchid corsage. Miss Semple’s costume, a street dress of cinnamon colored wool, worn with matching accessories, was completed with a corsage of gardenias.
Mrs. Saveland, a graduate of the Loyal high school with the class of 1931 and of Central State Teachers college at Stevens Point in 1939, now is at home with her parents.
Lt. Saveland graduated from Bay View high school, Milwaukee, in 1931 and attended Marquette university in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Previous to the time he was inducted into the army and commissioned a lieutenant in the army air corps upon his graduation from Officers’ Candidate School at Fort Benning, Ga., in June, 1942, he had been employment by the Texas Co., Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Mr. and Mrs. Saveland are spending a week’s honeymoon at Indian Point Resort, where they first met seven years ago. They will return to the fisher home for a short time and then leave for St. Louis, Where they will make their home.
The Tribune joins others in extending to them its best wishes and congratulations.
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