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This Marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head


Sheboygan Press - Thursday - November 5, 1925 - p. 15

Couple Recently Married At Falls Enjoy Honeymoon


Mr. and Mrs. William Federwisch are at present enjoying their honeymoon and are expected to be at their home in Sheboygan Falls after December 1.

Mrs. Federwisch, who was formerly Miss Ovila Hahn, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hahn, of the Falls, and Mr. Federwisch, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Federwisch, also of Sheboygan Falls, were united in marriage on Saturday, October 31, by the Rev. H.T. Vriesen at the Saron's Reformed church. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin was played, as the bridal party entered the church, by Miss Selma Fenner, a cousin of the groom.

The bride wore a gown of brocaded chiffon with a tulle veil fashioned in crown effect and trimmed with pearls. White hose and satin slippers completed her costume. She carried a shower bouquet of chrysanthemums and roses.

Mrs. Louis Kratzet, a cousin of the bride and Miss Clara Gosse, an intimate friend, acted as bridesmaids. Mrs. Kratzet wore a dress of orchid crepe trimmed with lace and ornaments of feathers. Miss Gosse was attired in a dress of orchid crepe trimmed with lace feathers. The bridesmaids carried bouquets of mixed flowers. Miss Erna Federwisch, the maid of honor, a sister of the groom, wore a dress of peach-shade georgette over a taffeta slip, and hose and slippers that corresponded. She carried a bouquet of roses. Little Ruth Messner, a niece of the groom, who was the flower girl, wore a frock of light blue taffeta and a bonnet-shaped hat to match.

Louis Kratzet and Reuben Bassuener, friends of the couple, were the groomsmen.

After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's ... were present. The decorations scheme of white and blue and a large white wedding bell was suspended from the center of the room.

Mr. and Mrs. Federwisch left on a wedding trip and are keeping their destination a secret. The groom is employed at the Jenkins Machine company at the Falls.


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