Sheboygan Press - Thursday - November 18, 1937 - P. 18
Miss Malinda Neese Wedded To Louis Weber At Kohler
Miss Malinda Neese, daughter of William F. Neese, 511 Lower Road, Kohler, became the bride of Louis Weber, route 3,
Sheboygan, son of P. Weber of Germany, Saturday at 2:30 p.m. in the Bethany Lutheran church in Kohler. The Rev.
Albert Huber read the nuptial service which united the couple in marriage.
A princess gown of white satin and a veil of tulle arranged in cap effect with a crown of pearls was worn by the
bride who held an all-white shower bouquet of asters, pompons and chrysanthemums. Miss Esther Jankow as maid of
honor was dressed in wine satin with a headdress and slippers of gold and carried an arm bouquet of pompons and
daisies. The bride's sister, Miss Wilnora Neese, who attended as bridesmaid, appeared in royal blue satin with a
silver headdress and silver slippers. Her arm bouquet was comprised of pompons and daisies.
The flower girl, Verna Stahl, was dressed in white taffeta and held a basket of mixed flowers. A black velvet suit
with a white satin blouse was worn by Kenneth Neese, brother of the bride, who acted as ringbearer and brought the
rings in an Easter lily. Clarence Raeder of Elkhart Lake was the bridegroom's best man.
At 6 p.m. a wedding supper was served at the bride's home to 24 guests and in the evening a wedding dance at Rudy's
ballroom was enjoyed by relatives and friends. The newlyweds are at home in a newly-furnished home on the Wilke
road. They are postponing their wedding trip until July when they plan to visit the Black Hills and Yellowstone
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