BioM: Korth, Eileen Nina (1952)
Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon
Surnames: Korth, Crossman, Hermes, Kant, Radloff,
Hales, Gluch, Radley, Lick, Ziegler, Cattanach, Knoop, Weingarth,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville,
Clark Co., WI.) June 26, 1952
Korth, Eileen Nina (Marriage - 14 June
Eileen Nina Korth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Korth, formerly of York Center and now of Fort Atkinson, was
married June 14 to Dwight A. Crossman in the Moravian Church at
Lake Mills. The Rev. James Weingarth performed the double
Maynard Betzler sang; organ accompaniment by Mrs.
bride was presented by her father. She was attired in white
marquisette over slipper satin, with Queen Anne collar and chapel
train. She wore the full length veil of the groom’s
sister, Mrs. Frederick Hermes. She wore a strand of
pearls, the gift of the groom and carried a cascade bouquet of
yellow roses and white carnations.
maid of honor was her sister, Miss Dorothy Korth, Matron of honor
was Mrs. Hermes.
Best man was Kenneth Kant of Madison. Groomsman
was the brother-in-law, Frederick Hermes of Racine, who with Gordon
Radloff, also ushered.
reception was given at the Korth home to 100
bride is a graduate of Granton High School, class of 1950.
She was engaged in the office of Roddis Plywood Corp., Marshfield,
until in March of this year, when she moved with her parents to
their new home on Route 1, Fort Atkinson. Since then she has
been in an office in Fort Atkinson.
groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crossman, graduated from the Lake
Mills High School and since has been engaged in farming with his
father. On the Crossman farm the young couple will be at home
after a wedding trip to Niagara Falls.
Guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Korth, Misses Jannette Hales, Virginia Gluch, Dorothy Radley, Marshfield; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lick, Stratford; Earl Ziegler and Gene Cattanach, Granton; Mrs. William Korth the bride’s grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knoop, Neillsville, besides relatives from Sheboygan, Milwaukee, Delavan, Janesville and Racine.
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