Sheboygan Press - Tuesday - August 5, 1947 - p. 7
Miss Lorraine Fritsch And Lloyd Gartman Repeat Vows
The marriage of Miss Lorraine Fritsch and Lloyd Gartmann took place Saturday in Trinity Lutheran church, Town Wilson.
An uncle of the bride, the Rev. William Schink of Woodland, performed the two o'clock service, with the assistance
of the Rev. J. A. Wagner.
In the bridal party were Miss Betty Schink, the bride's cousin of Woodland, as maid of honor, and the Misses
Caroline Poth, Verna Stahl and Bernice Hasche, as bridesmaids. A cousin of the bridegroom, Judy Rammer, with Sharon
Diane Fritsch, served as flower girls.
Reuben Gartmann was his brother's best man. Another brother, Leonard Gartmann, with Harvey Fritsch, similarly
related to the bride, and Edward Senglaub were groomsmen. Guests were shown to seats by Erwin Fritsch and Louis
Gartmann, two more brothers of the couple.
During the service, Robert Hansen presented `Where He Leads Me I Will Follow' and `O Perfect Love.' He was
accompanied by Miss Doris Dyke, organist.
Sixty-eight guests were served a wedding dinner at Rudy's Club Moderne, followed by a reception for 175 persons at
the same place. William Wirth of Wausau and the Schink family of Woodland were out-of-county guests.
The newlyweds are residing with the bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Gartmann, route 1, Oostburg. Before
her marriage, the bride worked at the Musebeck Shoe Co. in Cedar Grove. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin
Fritsch, route 3, Sheboygan. Her husband is employed by the Sheboygan County highway department.
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