A very pretty home wedding occured at 4:30 p.m. today, when Cora Klewe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Klewe, 514 New
York avenue, became the bride of Otto Frederickson, Antigo, formerly of this city.
Promptly at the appointed time to the strains of a wedding march rendered by Kuhnert's society orchestra, the couple took
their places in a corner in the front parlor, which was artistically decorated with golden daisies, lilies and greens.
The Rev. C.P. Schulz of Trinity Lutheran church performed the ceremony.
The bride wore an exquisite gown of white satin trimmed with embroidered georgette lace and a large white picture hat.
She carried a shower bouquet of swansonia. She was attended by her sister, Miss Laura Klewe, who was attired in a
delicate shade of pink georgette and she also wore a large picture hat and carried an arm bouquet of ophelia roses.
Little Bernice Oetking, niece of the groom, was the flower girl. She wore a gorgeous white lace dress and carried a
basket of marguerites and white star flowers. Clarence Sachse, friend of the couple, served the groom as bestman.
A wedding dinner will be served at 6 o'clock in courses, covers will be laid for twenty-five guests. The table
decorations are attractive and consist of rose place cards and rose bouquets. Kuhnert's orchestra will render music at
the dinner and throughout the evening. The rooms were decorated with daisies and rambler roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Fredericksen will leave this evening on a honeymoon trip to Detroit, Mich., to be gone for ten days. They
will be at home after August 1, at Antigo, where the groom holds a position with the Dana Jewelry Co.
Both bride and groom are popular young people. The bride is a graduate of the local high school with the class of 1913
and up to a short time ago she held a position in the office of the Falls Motors Corporation. The groom for sometime
held a position with the W.A. Pfister jewelry store until a year ago when he enlisted at the Great Lakes Naval Training
Station. He recently received his honorable discharge from the navy, after being stationed the greater part of the time
at Philadelphia, Pa.
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