BioM: Brown, Sally (1947)

Surnames: Brown, Denzin, Heutzenroeder, Theil, Ewan, Bushey, Chick

----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 16 Oct. 1947

Brown, Sally (Marriage - 11 Oct. 1947)

Dressed in a smart, brown suit, to which she had pinned a corsage of gardenias and roses, and completing her attire with brown accessories, Miss Sally Brown exchanged vows with Marlyn Denzin in St. Johnís Evangelical and Reformed church at Milan, Saturday afternoon at 1:30, with the Rev. H. H. Heutzenroeder, of Athens, officiating.

Both are from the town of Johnson. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Denzin. Mr. Brown presented his daughter in marriage.

Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Denzin, the former, a brother of the groom, and Miss Evelyn Denzin and Allen Theil. The two women were attired in forest green suits with brown accessories. They had corsages of pink and white mixed flowers.

White candelabra, holding rows of lighted white tapers, were placed at the altar, where baskets of dahlias, carnations and mixed flowers provided a pretty setting. Mrs. Erwin Ewan played the wedding marches.

A grey dress had been selected by Mrs. Brown for her daughterís wedding and the mother of the groom appeared in an attractive royal blue ensemble. Both wore corsages of white mums and other mixed flowers.

A reception and dinner for 60 guests were held after the ceremony at the home of the brideís parents. Fall flowers were used in the decoration.

The couple left for a trip of indefinite length through the Black Hills to Colorado.

Guests from a distance at the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bushey and sons, Ralph, Eugene and Walter, and Miss Selma Brown, Weyauwega. Mrs. Bushey and Miss Brown are aunts of the bride and Mr. Chick is the groomís grand father.



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