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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan Press, Mon, Dec 8, 1941, p10

Miss Drews And A. Edward Rusin Wedded Saturday

On Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Bethlehem Lutheran church parsonage Miss Carita Drews of Chicago, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Drews, Black River, pledged her marriage vows with A. Edward Rusin, son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. Rusin of Chicago. The Rev. H. H. Wegner read the service. The bride was attired in a winter white wool afternoon frock which she complemented with a modified beret and a shoulder bouquet of yellow roses. Attendants of the couple were Miss Mildred Thornburgh and Kenneth C. Benson, both of Chicago.

After the ceremony there was a reception in the Pine Room of the Black River fire house. Dinner was served there to 26 guests and in the evening there was dancing. The decorations were carried out in a color scheme of yellow and rust winter asters.

The couple motored to Chicago on their wedding trip and from there took a train to St. Louis. When they return they will be at home at 1824 Lincoln Park West in Chicago, Ill.

The bride was graduated from the Central High school and Gregg Business college. Mr. Rusin was graduated from Bowen High school in Chicago and also took an accounting course with the John Hamilton Institute.

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