Pretty Wedding Is Solemnized In City
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at the St. Mark's English Lutheran church Thursday at 7 p.m., when Miss Lucille
Fuhrman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuhrman, 620 Bluff avenue, and Alfred Fenner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fenner,
of the town of Sheboygan Falls, were united in marriage by the Rev. W.M. Czamanske. The wedding march was played by
Martin Schumacher and Jacob Jung sang two solos, "Oh Promise Me" and "I Love You Truly." During the ceremony Theodore
Grade played violin selections.
As the bridal party entered the church, the bridesmaids were in the lead. Miss Isabell Wagner wore a dress of orchid
taffeta, Miss Helen Radke was attired in yellow taffeta, Miss Selma Fenner [groom's cousin] in pink taffeta, and Miss Mae
Wagner, in a gown of green taffeta. Miss Vern Eckardt, the maid-of-honor was attired in a dress of coral taffeta. All
the attendants wore silver slippers and carried sweetpeas and wore large leghorn hats respectively. Master Victor Hahn,
the ringbearer came next in line, and he wore a suit of white silk and carried the rings in a lily. Master Hahn is a
nephew of the groom. The flower girls, Dorothy Fenner, a niece of the groom, and Janet Sprengel came next. Little
Dorothy wore a dress of orchid voile and Janet was attired in a frock of pink voile. The bride, who entered the church
with her father, wore a dress of white French crepe and a veil which was arranged in cap effect. She carrried a shower
bouquet of roses and swansonia. The groom was attended by Alfred Ruslink, of Sheboygan Falls. Arno Burhop and Jack
Peerenboom acted as ushers.
After the ceremony a reception and dance were held at the Association of Commerce rooms. Music was furnished by Andy's
Wisconsin Five orchestra. Covers were laid for about one hundred and thirty guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Fenner left by motor trip on a wedding trip to the northern parts of Wisconsin and Michigan, and will stop
at St. Paul, Minnesota, and at the Wisconsin Dells. They will be at home to their many friends after July 1, at 620
The bride is a graduate of the Sheboygan high school with the class of 1922, and is a popular young lady. For the past
two years she held a position in the office of the Leverenz Shoe company. The groom has been employed at the Richardson
Bros. concern at Sheboygan Falls, for the past six years.
Those from out-of-town who were present at the wedding were: Mrs. Max Haase, of Racine; Miss Helen Radke, Arthur and
Walter Radke, of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Nordholz, of Manawa, Wisconsin; Miss Dorothy Miller and Arnold Thompson, of
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