Marriage Of Miss Moenning And Marvin C. Hessler
For her marriage to Marvin C. Hessler Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the
Trinity Lutheran church in the Town of Wilson, Miss Irma Moenning, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Moenning, Town of Wilson, was gowned in white satin,
fashioned in Princess style with a long tulle veil. The bridegroom is the
only son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hessler, also of the Town of Wilson.
The couple repeated their vows after the Rev. J. Wagner. They were attended
by Miss Arneta Moenning, sister of the bride as bridesmaid, and Edwin
Kebbekus of Milwaukee, cousin of the bridegroom, as best man.
White chrysanthemums and pompons designed the bride's shower bouquet, and her
sister, Miss Arneta, appearing in a peach satin gown, carried an arm bouquet
of yellow roses and pompons.
At 6 p.m. a wedding dinner was served at the home of the bride where a
reception followed in the evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Hessler are enjoying a trip to the East, their itinerary
including stops at Washington, D.C., Mount Vernon, Charlottesville, and many
other places of interest.
Besides being associated with his father's farm, the bridegroom also serves
as an insurance company official.
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