Miss Lorrie Wiegmann was the bride and Henry Mueller, the bridegroom, on Saturday, Aug. 26, when they were wed in
Bethlehem Lutheran church. The 3:30 o'clock ceremony was read by the Rev. Carl W. Ladewig, and Henry J. Englehardt was
Attendants of the bride included Mrs. Raymond Hurtienne, her sister, as maid of honor, and Miss Evelyn Wiegmann, another
sister, Miss Beverly Wenzlick and Miss Nancy Burhop, the bridegroom's niece, as the trio of bridesmaids. The latter also
doubled as soloist and presented "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Barbara Hurtienne, the bride's niece, and
Steve Mueller, a nephew of the bridegroom, acted as flower girl and ringbearer. The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wiegmann, 1425-A S. Thirteenth street, and her father gave her in marriage.
Best man was Leroy Mueller, the bridegroom's brother, and groomsman roles were taken by Myron Mueller, another brother,
Clarence Strysick, a brother-in-law, and Roger Schoening. Guests were shown to places by Raymond Hurtienne and Edgar
Burhop, brothers-in-law of the couple.
Both the supper for 47 persons and the reception for approximately 400 relatives and friends took place at Croatian hall. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Drews and Gail, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Krueger and Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Weber, Milwaukee; Mrs. Marvin Riley and children, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. William Boesch and Mrs. Joe Lompa, Mrs. Kaboth, Ladysmith; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Boesch, Hilbert; Mrs. T. Junger, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulz, Cambridge, and Mr. and Mrs. Ned Smithback, Madison.
The newlyweds have returned from a honeymoon trip to Chicago and now reside at 721 Clara avenue. Central High school is
the alma mater of the bride, and her husband, who is the son of Mrs. Theresa Mueller, 2111 Cooper avenue. The former
Miss Wiegman works as a waitress at Radtke's, and Mr. Mueller is employed by Jung Shoe company.
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