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This marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - September 2, 1958 - P. 8


Photo with caption A mother and her son were principals in a doublle wedding solemnized at 2 p.m. Saturday, in Immanuel Lutheran Church. Shown, left to right, are: Mrs. Lina Neese, 66, who was united in marriage to Adrian Austin, 25, and Miss Helga Behrens, 16, who became the bride of Kenneth Neese, 28. The former Mrs. Neese's son, Glenn, and her granddaughter, ..., were among the attendants.

Mother And Son Participate In Double Wedding Saturday

In the presence of a small gathering of close relatives and friends, two couples repeated marriage vows in a double wedding at Immanuel Lutheran Church Saturday afternoon. They were: Mrs. Lina Neese, 1111A Alabama Ave., and Adrian Austin, and the former's son, Kenneth Neese, who claimed as his bride, Miss Helga Behrens, daughter of Mrs. Hanna Kimmler, 1129 N. 12th St.

The Rev. E.T. Schmidtke, pastor of Immanuel Church, performed the nuptial ceremonies at 2 p.m. The wedding march and background music for the service were played by William Tetting, organist.

Both couples had their own attendants. Mrs. Erma Barcharky and Walter Rohde, both of Sheboygan, attended Mrs. Neese and Mr. Austin, while Miss ... was Miss Behrens' bridesmaid and Glenn Neese served his brother, Kenneth, as best man. ...

A ballerina-length gown of white chiffon over satin, with rhinestone trim on the straps and bodice, was worn by Miss Behrens. Her fingertip veil was held in place with a tiara trimmed with rhinestones and seed pearls. She carried an all-white bouquet of roses and carnations.

Mrs. Neese's gown, fashioned of white net with a metallic thread, was detailed with an off-the-shoulder bodice, trimmed in pink. She wore a headpiece and face veil. Her bouquet combined white feathered carnations and pink roses.

Pink net dresses were worn by both bridesmaids and their flowers were identical colonial bouquets of white carnations and pink roses.

A wedding supper for members of the bridal party was served at 6 p.m. at the Hotel Kneevers and in the evening a reception was held at Perterson's Hall for about 40 relatives and friends.

Mr. and Mrs. Austin are making their home at 1111A Alabama Ave., and Kenneth Neese and his bride are living at 4441 S. 12th St., Sommer's trailer Park. Kenneth Neese is employed at Electric Sprayit Co., and his bride formerly was a part-time employee at Town House.


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