MISS CLEO NINNEMANN WEDS EUGENE WIFLER ON SATURDAY
Miss Cleo Ninnemann was the bride and Eugene Wifler was the bridegroom on
Saturday when they were wed in St. Mary's Catholic church in Cascade. The
Rev. C. Schouten celebrated the (?) a.m. mass.
The bride chose Miss Bette Rogers of Milwaukee as her maid of honor, and
Victor Leigh, also of Milwaukee, was best man. Guests were ushered by Rex
Ninnemann and Maurice Hughes, brother and brother-in-law of the bride.
Members of the church choir provided music for the nuptials.
Parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ninnemann, served breakfast to the
bridal party at their home in Cascade. Immediate families (were) guests at
the dinner held (at the Crystal Isle) Inn, Crystal Lake, (where) the
reception for (?)00 relatives and friends took place. The newlyweds will be
at home in Plymouth on Aug. 1, (Bottom of article cut off)
(?) former Miss Ninnemann has been employed in the office of the Milwaukee
Road in Milwaukee. She is a graduate of Plymouth High school as is her
husband. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wifler, 121 E. Elizabeth
street, Plymouth. Mr. Wifler also attended School of Engineering, Milwaukee
and the Fond du Lac Business college. He is now a rural mail carrier.
Those who came from out of the county for the marriage were Mr. and Mrs.
Benno Wifler and Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Mann, Fond du Lac; Mrs.
Alvina Gault, Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hughes, Mr and Mrs. Ed.
Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Harkins, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Vultman (sic -
should be Bultman), Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jennerjahn (sic - Jennerjohn - my
parents - K.R.), Misses Hazel Harkins, Eloise Lindsay, Kathryn Hughes,
Adelyn Kornick, Nancy Ninnemann, Beverly Schwei, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Ninnemann, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ninnemann, Mr. and Mrs. Francis (Article cut
NOTE: I know that J. P. Harkins, Francis Bultman, Glen Jennerjohn, and Hazel
Harkins lived in Milwaukee - K.R.)
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