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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan (Wis) Press, Mon, Nov 4, 1946, p12

Miss Lorraine Paasch Is Bride Of Milton Grunwald

The Evangelical Trinity Lutheran church in Town Wilson was the scene on Saturday for the 3 o'clock marriage of Miss Lorraine Paasch and Milton Grunwald. The Rev. J.A. Wagner was the officiating clergyman.

As her matron of honor, the bride chose her sister, Mrs. Harold Gartman. The trio of bridesmaids consisted of Miss Gloria Senglaub, Miss Shirley Paasch and Miss Mabel Butzen. The bride's brother-in-law, Harold Gartman, was the best man, with Donald Woepse, Harold Grunwald and Guenther Brestrich acting as groomsmen. Two cousins of the bridegroom, Edward Senglaub and Eugene Gartman, ushered guests to seats.

Music for the nuptials was provided by Miss Doris Dyke, who accompanied Robert Hanson as he sang "The Lord Is My Shepherd" and "O Perfect Love." Seventy guests were served a supper at Rudy's Club Moderene, following which the couple left on a secret wedding trip.

After Nov. 18, the newlyweds will be residing with the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Grunwald, route 1, Sheboygan Falls.

The former Miss Paasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Paasch, route 1, Oostburg, is a graduate of Oostburg High school. Her husband received his diploma from Howards Grove High school. He served for two years with the navy on the carrier Franklin D. Roosevelt, and is now a cheesemaker at the Greenbaum cheese factory, route 1, Sheboygan Falls.

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