BioM: Weideman, Miss (1943)
Surnames: Weideman, Underwood, Browe, Marcotte, Gierl, Schultz, Drey
----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 03/11/1943
Weideman, Miss (Marriage - 6 Mar. 1943)
Salem Evangelical church was the setting for the wedding of Miss ? Weideman, of Milwaukee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Weideman, town of Mayville, formerly of Abbotsford, to Elvin Underwood, of Milwaukee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Underwood, Dorchester, Wis. Rev. R. H. Browe read the 1:00 service on Saturday, March 6. Attendants were Miss Birdella Underwood, Miss Arlene Underwood, Arthur and Robert Weideman and Clifford Marcotte.
White marquisette over satin fashioned the wedding gown, styled with buttoned-down back, long sleeves, and high neckline edged in lace. The ? fingertip veil was caught to a coronet of carnations and roses.
The maid of honor wore pink marquisette over satin and the bridesmaids, yellow and blue. All carried bouquets similar to the bride’s. All wore lockets, gifts of the bride. Both mothers wore navy gowns, and shoulder corsages of pink carnations.
A 3:30 o’clock dinner at the home of the bride’s parents followed the ceremony. Colors of the gowns of the bridal party were repeated in the decorations, and Misses Helen Gierl, ? Underwood, and Dorothy Marcotte, wearing organdy aprons, gifts of the bride, served. A wedding dance was given at Jerkwater.
At the end of the week the newly married couple will be at home to their friends at 2600 W. Center street, Milwaukee, where the groom is a truck driver for A. O. Smith Co. His bride, who was graduated from the Dorchester high school in 1941, has been employed at the Maxwell House Restaurant.
Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ar? Weideman, Earl Schultz, Abbotsford; Mrs. John Drey and son, of ?ford; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Marcotte and daughter, Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Marcotte, Arthur Pfaff, Mrs. Clinton Underwood, Stetsonville and Miss Edna Underwood, of Marshfield
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