BioM: Hettler, Doris A. (1955)
Surnames: Hettler, Kundinger, Buchanan, Conner, Erickson
----Source: OWEN ENTERPRISE (Owen, Clark County, Wis.) 06/23/1955
Hettler, Doris A. (18 JUN 1955)
During an 8 p.m. ceremony Saturday evening, Miss Doris Alice Hettler, a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kundinger, Prentice, became the bride of Leonard Glenn Buchanan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Buchanan, Withee (Clark Co., Wis.). The ceremony, which was performed in the Methodist Church in Withee, took place before the Rev. Hebert D. Wagner, officiating clergyman.
The bride repeated her marriage vows in a strapless gown of nylon net and lace over a satin skirt. The jacket of lace had long sleeves, which tapered to points over the wrists. A crown of seed pearls secured her fingertip veil of nylon net. She carried a bouquet of white roses.
Miss Lois Kundinger, Prentice, a cousin of the bride, wore a gown of yellow nylon net over a taffeta skirt. Her bouquet of carnations and mums was tied with streamers to match her dress. Miss Darlene Conner, Prentice, another cousin of the bride, wore a gown of turquoise blue net over taffeta skirt, and carried a bouquet of carnations and mums.
Bob Erickson, Withee, a friend of the groom, was best man at the wedding. Jim Buchanan, a brother of the groom, was the only other groom attendant. Serving as ushers at the church were Lynn Hettler, Milwaukee, a brother of the bride, and Allen Niemi, a friend of the groom.
A reception for the friends and relatives of the newlyweds was held at the Leonard Buchanan home.
The bride, a graduate of the Prentice High School, was formerly employed at the Medford High School, and the groom, employed in Withee, received his diploma from the Withee High School.
Following a short honeymoon, the young couple will be at home to their friends in Withee.
Out of town guests attended the ceremony from Eau Claire, Minneapolis, Milwaukee, La Crosse, Iola, Curtiss, Owen, Prentice and Tomahawk.
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