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Edith Hoffmann Becomes Bride of Fred W.{sic} Beisser - Plymouth Review, Plymouth, Wisconsin, July, 1941

This wedding write-up was contributed by: Fred Beisser

In a double ring ceremony at Colby, Wisc., the Rev. S. A. Schmiechen of that city, united in marriage Miss Edith Hoffmann, 216 S. Milwaukee street, daughter of Mrs. George Hoffmann, Sheboygan Falls, route 3, to Fred W.{sic} Beisser, 123 Giddings avenue, Sheboygan Falls, Wisc., son of the late Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Beisser of this city, on Saturday afternoon, July 26, at 4:30 o'clock. The Rev. Schmiechen is a former fellow student of the groom at Mission House College.

The bride was attired in an aqua marine costume suite, and had brown and white accessories. She wore a shoulder corsage of talisman roses and sweet peas.

Following the ceremony the newlyweds left on a wedding trip in northern Wisconsin and after August 10, will be at home at 126 Boland Parkway, Sheboygan Falls.

The bride was graduated from Waldo High School, the class of 1934, later attending the Sheboygan Business College and has been employed in the office of the Lakeshire-Marty Cheese company in this city for the past six years.

The groom was graduated from the Plymouth High School in 1932, and from the Mission House College in 1936. He is the editor of the Sheboygan County News at Sheboygan Falls at the present time.

{Note: This original report used "W." as the middle initial of the groom; it should have been "T."}

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