BioM: Little, Mary (1943)


Surnames: Little, Scholze, Brunner


----Source: Humbird Enterprise (Humbird, Clark Co., Wis.) 06/12/1943


Little, Mary (6 JUN 1943)


A happy church wedding was solemnized at 4:00 p.m. Sunday, June 6th, 1943, at the St. John’s Church at Humbird, when Miss Mary Little, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Little of Conde, S.D., became the bride of Pvt. Walter C. Scholze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Scholze of the town of Cleveland (Jackson Co., Wis.).  The Rev. N.J. Dechant officiated.


The bride wore an aqua suit with luggage tan and white accessories and a corsage of sweet peas and roses.  She chose as her bridesmaid, Mrs. Edwin Scholze, sister-in-law of the groom, who wore a dusty rose dress with blue and white accessories, and a corsage of pink and white carnations.  The groom was attended by his brother, Mr. Clarence Scholze.


A reception was held at the Scholze home in Cleveland after the wedding.  A lovely two-tier wedding cake was baked by Mrs. Peter Brunner of La Crosse, an aunt of the groom.


The bride attended the Mellette High School in South Dakota, graduating from there in 1940.  She also attended business college in Aberdeen, until leaving to attend radio school, also in Aberdeen.  She is now a government inspector in the Farnsworth Radio and Television Corp. in Marion, Ind.


The groom is stationed at Savannah, Ga., and is military police in Camp 3.


Friends join in wishing them much happiness and a long prosperous wedded life.  The bride returns to her employment this Thursday, and the groom will return to the training camp Saturday.



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