Source: The Sheboygan Press - Tuesday, August 25, 1936
Miss Marcella Kirst Wedded To William E. Ninnemann
At a nuptial high mass solemnized by the Rev. C. J. Hausner at St. Peter Claver church this morning at 8 o'clock,
Miss Marcella H. Kirst, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Kirst, 1427 S. Eleventh street, became the bride of
William Everett Ninnemann, son of Mrs. John Lavey of Waldo. Prof. Joseph Feustel was at the organ.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was gowned in chiffon velvet designed in medieval style with a
lace inset. She wore a hat with a tulle veil and carried a mixed bouquet of roses and larkspur. The bridegroom's
sister, Miss Donna Ninnemann, who attended as bridesmaid, was in black velvet fashioned in medieval style. Her
flowers were a mixed bouquet of roses, asters, and larkspur. George Kirst, brother of the bride, was the
This afternoon the reception was held at the bride's home for relatives and friends. The decorations were lovely
with cut flowers and the color scheme was effectively carried out in yellow and white.
Out-of-town wedding guests included: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lade, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Ninnemann, Campbellsport; Mr. and
Mrs. Ed. Eigenberger and children, Eunice, Doris, Jerome, and Warren of Plymouth. Mr. and Mrs. Benno Wifler, Charles
and Yvonne of Manitowoc, Mrs. Harry Wieland, Shirley, Harold and Rita of New Holstein.
Following an extended honeymoon through Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Ninnemann will be at home to their friends at 227
North Milwaukee street, Plymouth.
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