BioM: Hegenbarth, Minerva #3 (1947)
Surnames: Hegenbarth, Sorenson, Wuethrich
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 10/23/1947
Hegenbarth, Minerva #3 (18 OCT 1947)
On Saturday, Oct. 18, 1947, Miss Minerva Hegenbarth, Greenwood, Clark Co., Wis., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hegenbarth, became the bride of Donald Sorenson, Owen, son of Julius Sorenson. The Rev. T. M. Nelson performed the double ring ceremony at the United Evangelical Lutheran Church in Greenwood.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attired in a rayon marquisette gown with a long train. Her fingertip veil, edged with lace, was draped from a heart shaped seed pearl headdress. The bride carried a shower bouquet of red roses and white daisies.
Miss Ferne Sorenson, sister of the groom, was matron of honor. She wore a blue gown with matching headdress and carried a powder puff bouquet of pink carnations.
The bridesmaids, Leona and Catherine Hegenbarth, sisters of the bride, wore pink and yellow respectively. They wore matching headdresses and carried colonial bouquets of yellow and white chrysanthemums.
The flower girls, Diane and Dawn Wuethrich, friends of the bride and groom, wore identical blue formals and carried miniature bouquets.
The groom, who was attired in a grey striped suit was attended by his twin brother, Donovan, as best man. Douglas Sorenson, a brother, and Clark Nissen, a close friend, and ushers and were dressed in blue and grey suits. All of the men wore white carnations boutonnieres.
During the ceremony, Eugene Koplitz of Withee sang, "Because" and "I Love You Truly." Mrs. Herb Schwarze of Greenwood, accompanied him at the organ and also played the traditional Lohengrin’s Bridal March.
The bride’s mother wore a navy blue dress with a corsage of pink and white carnations.
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