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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan (Wis) Press, Wed, Nov 28, 1951, p23 (With photo of bride)

Miss Ehlert Is Wed Saturday To Donald Gartmann

Miss Lillian Ehlert of Kenosha and Donald Lee Gartmann of this city were the bridal pair in a 3 o'clock ceremony that was read Saturday afternoon by the Rev. George Knackert in St. Dominic's Rectory.

Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Christ Ehlert, Kenosha, and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Gartmann, Dietz St.

The trio of bridal aids comprised Mrs. Carl Wamboldt, Kenosha, cousin of the bride, who was her matron of honor, Miss Elaine Pfiffer and Miss Jeanneatte Wamboldt, the bridesmaids. The latter is the bride's cousin from Kenosha. Other attendants were Richard Baumann, Plymouth, the best man, James Ehlert, Kenosha, brother of the bride, and Richard Truttschel, Route 1, Sheboygan Falls, the groomsmen.

Fifteen guests were served a wedding supper at 6 o'clock at Sandy's "Gray Gables." Later in the evening there was a wedding reception at Calumet Hall, where 300 persons assembled to greet the couple. The music for the celebration was provided by Martin Boerner. Among the group were a number from Wisconsin cities, Mrs. Joseph Nachtwey and Mrs. Roger Nachtwey, Shawano; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wamboldt, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Legler and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Mauser, Kenosha.

Central High School in Sheboygan was attended by the former Miss Ehlert. Mr. Gartmann was a student at St. Norbert's, West DePere. He is a tree trimmer.

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