The nuptial ceremony in which Miss Eileen Rose Smith became the bride of
Robert W. Bohnhoff was performed at 10 O'clock Saturday morning in the
rectory of St. Anna's Catholic church at St. Anna. The Rev. Clement F. Kern
was the officiating clergyman. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs.
George W. Smith, route 2, Elkhart Lake, and Mrs. Ida Bohnhoff, 302 E. Mill
street, Plymouth (Sheboygan county).
Two were bridal aids, Miss Alta Mae Smith, sister of the bride, in the role
of maid of honor, (?) cousin, and John Kolb, Sr., sim- who came from
Milwaukee to be the bridesmaid.(sic) Brothers of the couple, Kenneth A.
Bohnhoff, the best man, and Joseph C. Smith, the groomsman, were the other
Thirty guests were served a wedding dinner at the Foursome at Crystal Lake,
and during the afternoon, a reception was held there from 2 to 5 o'clock,
250 relatives and friends having been present for it.
Southern states are being visited and a trip along the Gulf of Mexico to
Florida is being taken by the couple. After the motor trip, Mr. Bohnhoff
and his bride will be home at 46 Selma street, Plymouth, sometime following
A graduate of Elkhart Lake High school in 1945, the bride trained as a
beautician in Milwaukee, where she was employed. Mr. Bohnhoff in 1943
received his diploma from Plymouth High school, and that same year entered
the navy. He served in the Pacific area, and when he was discharged on May
18, 1946, he had the rank of SOMH 2/C. He has been working as a salesman
for Katte-Leys Department store in Plymouth.
Out-of-county guests were Kenneth Bohnhoff, Joseph Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wally
Hulbregtse, Madison; Margie Cannay, Gloria Glaubitz, Miss Mary Kuhns, John
Batt, Fred Gier, Mike Pulitie, Miss Lois Cain, Milwaukee; Miss Anne Lou
Friebold, Glenview, Ill.; Miss Alice Fredericks, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. O.E.
Schulz, Green Bay; Mr. and Mrs. David G. Jeffrey, Cudahy; Miss Nona
Smithwick, Nanvoo,(sic) Ill.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Tradovec and Tom
Smithwick, Mrs. Mae Smithwick, Kewaunee; Miss Julia Cain, Neenah; Miss Verla
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