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This marriage was contributed by: Jerry Head

Sheboygan Press - Saturday - November 4, 1939 - p. 6

Miss Koeppe And Lloyd Theune Are Married Friday

Blue transparent velvet with matching accessories, complemented with an all-white shoulder corsage of roses and sweetpeas, was worn by Miss Harriet Koeppe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Koeppe, Cedar Grove, for her marriage to Lloyd Theune, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Theune of Oostburg, on Friday. The couple exchanged vows in a ceremony read at 2 p.m., in the parsonage of the First Reformed church at Cedar Grove by the Rev. John den Cul?en.

Miss Winifred Spi??ing of Milwaukee, who attended as bridesmaid, was attired in a beige gown with contrasting accessories and her flowers were a shoulder corsage combining Talisman roses, pompons and sweet peas. Gustave Stoelting of Kiel was the best man.

Following a wedding dinner at Milwaukee for the bridal party, Mr. Theune and his bride left on a secret honeymoon trip. After Dec. 1, they will be at home in a newly-furnished flat at Oostburg. Ms. Theune is a graduate of the Wisconsin Memorial Academy at Cedar Grove. The bridegroom, a graduate of Oostburg high school and Mission House college, is associated in business with his father.

Among the pre-nuptial parties for the bride was a bridge party given Wednesday evening by Mrs. William Knaak, 1530 S. Thirteenth street. At 11 p.m., a squirrel dinner was served to the guests who were: the Misses Doris Manke, Hildegard Fricke and Harriet Koeppe and Mmes. William Meyer, Oliver Koeppe and Theodore Meyer and Messrs. Lloyd Theune and Oliver Koeppe.

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