BioM: Denzin, Deloris #2 (1943)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Denzin, Wittlinger, Schultz
----Source: The Loyal Tribune, 07 October 1943
Denzin, Deloris #2 (18 SEP 1943)
Miss Deloris Evelyn Denzin of Abbotsford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Denzin, and Vern Wittlinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wittlinger of Curtiss, exchanged marriage vows before the Rev. E. Malveg of Edgar on Sept. 18 in Bethlehem Lutheran church at Milan.
The bride wore a white satin dress with long train and lace insertion down front and back and extended to the end of train. She also wore a long veil, trimmed with lace. Her bouquet was of red and white roses.
The maid of honor was the groom’s sister, Miss Pearl Wittlinger, who was attired in an aqua taffeta dress, and the bridesmaids were sisters of the bride, Elaine and Evelyn Denzin. Elaine was dressed in pink taffeta; Evelyn was dressed in blue taffeta. They all three wore blusher veils to match their dresses. They also wore gold crosses, gifts of the bride. Their corsages were of roses and sweet peas.
The bride’s mother and the groom’s mother wore black dresses and corsages of roses and sweet peas.
The groom’s attendants were the bride’s brother, Eldon Denzin, as best man, and two cousins of the groom, Donald Schultz of Loyal and Milton Henn of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They all wore dark suits and flowers to match the bride’s and her attendants.
A wedding supper was held at the home of the bride’s parents, which 175 guests attended.
The young couple left for a wedding trip to Milwaukee and other points. The young couple is at home to their friends at Curtiss, Where the groom has been employed at the Fred Laabs cheese factory for the last several years.
The Tribune extends to the newlyweds its wishes for a happy wedded life.
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