BioM: Thieme, Mabel (1927)
Surnames: Thieme, Bobbe, Sass, Klopf, Walsh, Denzin, Sorenson, Lenhart
----Source: Sheboygan Press July 16, 1927
Newly Wedded Couple Returns After A Pleasant Honeymoon
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bobbe returned from their wedding trip Friday evening, which they spent at Dorchester, Wisconsin, Minnesota and North Dakota.
Mrs. Bobbe, who was formerly Miss Mabel Thieme, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Thieme, 919 New York avenue, and became the bride of William Bobbe, son of 31r. and Mrs. Gustave Bobbe, 926 Broadway avenue, Saturday afternoon, July 2, at the Our Savior's English Lutheran church by the Rev. F. C. Proe-hl. Mrs. William Lenhart, of Chicago, a cousin of the bride, .sang, "At Dawning" and "Because."
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of white silk taffeta and her tulle veil was embroidered in roses. Her crown was of rhinestones and pearls and she carried a shower bouquet of white roses and sweetpeas. Miss Elsie Bobbe, a sister of the groom, was the maid of honor and wore a dress of pink and gold changeable taffeta trimmed with wide lace. She carried a mixed bouquet with a bow to match her gown.
Miss Eleanor Sass, of Kohler, an intimate friend of the bride, was one of the bridesmaids, and wore a gown of green taffeta and carried a mixed bouquet with a bow to match her dress.
Miss Arline Thieme, a cousin of the bride, another bridesmaid, was attired in a gown of orchid shade taffeta and she also carried a mixed bouquet with a bow to match her dress.
The other bridesmaid, Miss Erna Klopf, an intimate friend of the bride, was attired in a dress of yellow taffeta and carried a mixed bouquet with a bow to match her dress.
Miss Mary Walsh, of Milwaukee, who was also a bridesmaid, wore a dress of blue taffeta and carried a bouquet of attractive flowers with a bow to match her dress.
The little flower girl, Elaine Koehn, a friend of the bride, wore a pretty frock and carried a basket of sweetpeas.
Master Richard Thieme, a nephew of the bride, was the ring bearer and carried the rings on a heart shaped pillow.
Arthur Denzin was the groom's attendant.
A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate relatives and decorations were carried out in pink and white. The out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Morris Sorenson and baby of Dorchester, and Mr. and Mrs. William Lenhart and family of Chicago. The bride has been employed at the office of the Kohler company for a number of years, and the groom also is employed at Kohler
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