Sheboygan Press-Telegram - Wednesday - June 28, 1922 - p. 5
Miss Esther Ziesel Becomes The Bride Of George Guenther
Miss Esther Ziesel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ziesel, 1730 S. Eighth street, and George Guenther, son of
Gottlieb Guenther, 713 Broadway avenue, were united in marriage at 8 o'clock Tuesday morning in a pretty wedding
at the St. Peter Claver church. Rev. J.P. Van Treeck read the marriage service and Joseph Feustel played the
wedding processional. Mrs. Louis Stieber sang an appropriate soprano solo during the ceremony.
The bride wore a satin crepe dress and a veil arranged in crown effect, beautifully embroidered and fastened with
orange blossoms. Her flowers were a shower of roses and swansonia. She was attended by her sister, Miss Meta
Ziesel, as maid of honor, wearing a Canton crepe dress in rouge shade and a black lace picture hat.
The Misses Trisca Altenbach, wearing a peach-colored Canton crepe dress and Marie Baumann, a pale blue Canton crepe,
were the bridesmaids. They carried arm bouquets of carnations.
The little Misses Marion Gruenke and Frances Guenther, nieces of the bride, were flower girls. They wore dainty
frocks of pale pink organdie and carried baskets of swansonia.
Messrs. Alfred Ziesel, brother of the bride, was best man, and Severin Altenbach, nephew of the groom, his other
After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents, and a dinner was served to the guests.
Decorations were artistically arranged in a pink and green color scheme and carried out with a profusion of cut
Mr. and Mrs. Guenther left for a honeymoon trip to the Dells and Chicago and after July 15 will be at home to their
many friends at 715 Broadway avenue, where a furnished flat awaits them. The groom is employed at The Hanchett
Mortuary, and the couple have many friends who extend best wishes.
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