Sheboygan Press - Saturday - February 5, 1944 - p. 4
LaVerne Katte Is Married To Lieut. Wilson
Kneeling at the `Bride's Altar' of St. Patrick's cathedral in New York, N.Y. for a nuptial ceremony
performed at 7:30 p.m. on Jan. 18th by the Rev. Father Deacy, was Miss LaVerne Katte of Washington, formerly of
Sheboygan, and Lieut. William Wilson of Fort Belvoir, Virginia.
The bride's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward Katte, 1938 S. Fourteenth street. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson of Fremont,
N.J. are the father and mother of the bridegroom.
Sequins trimmed the pale blue crepe dress worn by the bride to which she added color with her red and brown
Miss Luetta Katte, also of the nation's capitol, was her sister's maid of honor. The bridegroom's
brother-in-law, Capt. A. Tully, was the best man.
The wedding dinner was served at the Astor hotel. The couple spent a honeymoon in New York and New Jersey.
For the present the bride is retaining her position as private secretary for the W.P.B. in Washington. The
bridegroom graduated from an Eastern college and is stationed at Camp Leonard Wood, Mo.
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