BioM: Boehnen, Marlene Ann #2 (1960)
Contact: Audrey Roedl
Surnames: Wucherpfennig, Boehnen
----Source: The Loyal Tribune (Loyal, Clark County, WI) 12 Jan 1961
Boehnen, Marlene (31 Dec 1960)
A gown of lace over net styled with a bateau neckline and a fingertip veil caught to a sequin trimmed headpiece was chosen by Marlene Ann Boehnen for her wedding to Marvin Wucherpfennig. She carried red roses and white gardenias and was given away by her father.
They exchanged marriage vows before the Rev. Norbert E. King Dec. 31 at St. Anthony’s Catholic Church with singing being furnished by the church choir. A dinner for the immediate family followed with a reception at the bride’s home from 2 until 4 o’clock.
Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boehnen, route 2 and Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Wucherpfennig.
Maid of honor for her sister, Kathleen Boehnen and the groom’s sister,Mrs. Henry Auman Jr. was bridesmaids. They wore frocks of periwinkle blue taffeta organza over tffeta with a blue taffeta cummerbund and held baskets of pink rose buds.
The bride’s mother was seen in a navy blue dress with red accessories and the groom’s mother wore a blue knit dress with white accessories.
The groom’s brother, Walter Wucherpfennig, acted as his best man and his brother-in-law, Henry Auman Jr. served as groomsman. The ushering was done by Larry Boehnen and Glen Wucherpfennig, brothers of the bride and groom.
The new Mrs. Wucherpfennig attended Loyal High School and her husband graduated from there in 1958. He is employed by the Bauman Buick Company in Marshfield. The couple will make their new home at 109 N. Maple, Marshfield.
Out of town guests included Mr. and Mrs. George Hoffman of Merrillan, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sandley and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jaames Bauer, all of Marshfield, Mr. and Mrs. Gaberial Boehnen, Milwaukee, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard O’Connor, Lodi and Tracy Boehnen of Black River Falls.
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