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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan (Wis) Press, Tues, Nov 13, 1945

Miss Gartman Weds Saturday

Miss Gertrude Helen Gartman and Captain Joseph M. Rollinger of the U.S. army were wed Saturday morning in a 10 o'clock nuptial high mass held at Holy Name church. The Rev. Raymond Sochurek was the celebrant.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Gartman, 1402 N. Twelfth street. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Rollinger, parents of the bridegroom, came from Port Washington to be present at the ceremony.

For her maid of honor, the bride had her cousin, Miss Vivian Fritz. Bridesmaids were Miss Hildegarde Hoffman and Mrs. Florence Sternberg. Lt. John J. Rollinger attended his brother as best man. Another brother, Francis Rollinger, and one similarly related to the bride, Gerald Gartman, were groomsmen.

Fifty guests were served a wedding dinner at the Grand Hotel, and at the reception held at Liederkranz hall, 150 relatives and friends were present. Following a wedding trip, the destination of which is not being disclosed, the couple will be at home in Milwaukee after Dec. 1.

The former Miss Gartman has her diploma from Central High school, and was honorably discharged recently from the Waves. The bridegroom was graduated from the school of commerce, University of Wisconsin, where he affiliated with Alpha Kappa Lambda fraternity.

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