BioM: Jensen, Edna (1917)

 

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Surnames: Jensen, Sternitzky, William Opelt

 

----Source: Granton News (Granton, Clark County, Wis.) 04/06/1917

 

Jensen, Edna (28 MAR 1917)

 

Miss Edna Jensen and Mr. Leo Sternitzky of the town of Lynn (Clark Co., Wis.) were married at the Mapleworks German Lutheran Church last week Wednesday, March 28th, 1917, Rev. Hasz officiating.  The bride, in a very pretty gown of light blue with bead and lace trimmings, wore the usual bridal veil and carried a bouquet of white carnations, and was attended by her sister Miss Addie Jensen, who wore a dainty dress of cream Messaline and by Miss Frieda William of Marshfield, who wore a pretty dress of La Ender silk poplin.  The groom’s attendants were his brother Gilbert and his cousin Carl Opelt.  After the ceremony the bridal party and their invited guests went to the home of the bride’s parents, where a bounteous wedding supper was spread and the usual wedding festivities enjoyed, until early morning.

 

The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jensen of the town of Lynn, a quiet, ladylike girl who has many friends.  The groom is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Sternitzky of Lynn, and is a young man of industry and good habits, a carpenter by trade.  They have taken up residence in a suite of rooms in the Luca Hale home, where they are housekeeping and at home to their many friends.  That theirs may be a long and happy wedded life is the wish of their many friends and in which the News joins.

  

 

 


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