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Surnames: Hansen, Gwin, Miller, Holst, Daily, Bauer, Grode, Cannon, Ryan, Pedersen, Ostergaard, Bradbury, Strand, Rhyner
Hansen, Edna (Marriage - 20 July)
At a garden wedding at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hansen, Withee, Wis., July 20, their daughter, Miss Edna M. Hansen, became the bride of Hugh F. Gwin of Loyal, Wis., son of Mrs. H. J. Gwin of Nekoosa, Wis. The young people will make their home at Loyal, where the bridegroom is president of the local Business Men’s association.
The bride received her Bachelor of Science and Master of Arts degrees at the University of Minnesota and is a member of Delta Sigma Rho and Zeta Phi Eta, national honorary speech sororities, and of Phi Chi Delta, national social sorority. She taught English at Loyal and at Johnston City, Ill, and speech and psychology at the Women’s College, New Haven, Conn.
Mr. Gwin received his bachelor of philosophy degree from Ripon College and his bachelor of laws degree from Marquette University. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega fraternity, Ripon, and of Delta Theta Phi, national legal fraternity. He was associated editor of the Marquette Law Review during the 1934-1935 terms.
Attorney and Mrs. Gwin will be at home to their friends in Loyal after August First.
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Hansen - Gwin
Tuesday afternoon at three o’clock Miss Edna Hansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Hansen of Withee was given in marriage by her father to Attorney Hugh F. Gwin of Loyal, son of Mrs. H. J. Gwin of Nekoosa. The ceremony took place in the beautiful flower garden of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Hansen at Withee with Rev. J. A. Holst, pastor of the Danish Lutheran Church at Withee, officiating.
The bride wore a long white afternoon gown of mousse line de soie and a white hat and carried an arm bouquet of red roses. She was attended by Miss Ingrid Miller of Pine City, Minn., who wore a pale green chiffon afternoon dress with a corsage of pink roses and large pink hat. The groom and best man, Mr. Melvin Gwin, brother of the groom, wore white suits with red rose boutonnieres.
Miss Rena Bauer of Colby played "Liebestraum" during the ceremony and accompanied Miss Lucille Daily, who sang "Indian Love Call", and Mrs. V. A. Hansen, who sang "Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes."
Following the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride’s parents. Miss Louise Hansen, sister of the bride, poured at a buffet luncheon which was served to the many guests. The home was decorated with large baskets of flowers.
The bride attended the University of Minnesota were she received B. A. and M. A. degrees in speech and English. She has taught school at Loyal, Wisconsin, Johnston City, Illinois and Women’s College, New Haven, Conn. She is a member of Delta Sigma Rho and Zeta Pho Eta, national speech sororities and Phi Chi Delta, nation social sorority. The groom received a Ph. B. degree from Ripon College and an LL. B. from Marquette University Law School. He is a member of Alpha Phi Omega, social fraternity at Ripon, and the Marquette chapter of Delta Theta Phi, national legal fraternity. While at law school he was president of his fraternity and associate editor of the Marquette Law Review. Mr. Gwin is now practicing law at Loyal and is president of the Loyal Business Men’s Associations and is an officer of the Clark County Safety Council.
Among the out of town guests were: Mrs. H. J. Gwin, Jean Gwin, Mr. Melvin Gwin, and Mrs. F. Z. Grode of Nekoosa; Miss Ingrid Miller of Pine City, Minn., Mrs. C. D. Cannon and Dr. and Mrs. C. J. Ryan of Loyal; Mr. and Mrs. Svend Pedersen of Askoy, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Emil C. Hansen and Miss S. Ostergaard of Minneapolis; Miss Evelyn Pedersen of St. Paul; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Bradbury of Neillsville; Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Strand of Racine, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rhyner of Eau Claire; Miss Rena Bauer of Colby.
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