Miss Millert Is Recent Bride Of William Fenner
St. Luke's Lutheran church, route 1, Sheboygan Falls, was the scene on Saturday, May 15, for the marriage of Miss Jeanette
Millert and William Fenner. The couple's 6:30 p.m. ceremony was performed by the Rev. J.H. Abelmann in the church where
the bride has been organist for the past seven years.
Miss Florence Boll was the maid of honor and Miss Dorothy Schumacher, and Miss Mariann Bassuener, cousins of the bride,
the latter from Marengo, Ill., formed the bridesmaid duo. Catherine Murphy served as flower girl.
Duties of best man were assumed by Arthur Radtke, with Donald Millert and Thomas Fenner, brothers of the couple, in
groomsmen roles. Guests were shown to seats by Donald Schumacher and Edgar Gasse.
During the nuptials, Vernon Haman sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "O Promise Me." Miss Evelyn Dassow was the organist.
Seventy-two guests had a dinner at the church hall, and later relatives and friends gathered at Billy Mohnsam's hall,
Mohrsville, for the reception.
The newlyweds have returned from a honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin, and now are residing at 1230 Lincoln avenue. The
bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Millert, route 2, Sheboygan Falls, is employed at the H.C. Prange Co. Her husband
is in business with his father, and was a North High school student. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fenner, 620
Out-of-county guests at the marriage were Mr. and Mrs. Baten, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. George Winkel, Shawano; Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Servas, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Anderson, Bob Ratkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Bassuener, Oshkosh; Bob Kirst, Arthur
Puenkat, Chicago; Don Anthony of Marengo, Ill.; Carl Bangren, Marinette; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lamgners, Denver, Colo.; Mr.
and Mrs. Nysse, Denmark; Mrs. Helen Thompson and son and Mrs. Pauline Ratke, Milwaukee.
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