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Surnames: Severson, Bombach, Schoengarth, Lamovec, Fredenburg, Asplin, Bayuk, Volovsek
----Sources: The Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 8 April 1943
Gorman - by Anne Champa
Miss Irene Severson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Severson of Greenwood, became the bride of Pvt. Edward Bombach of Camp Lee, Virginia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bombach, of Willard, on March 24, 1943, at 3:45 p.m. at the court house in Neillsville, Wis. Judge O. W. Schoengarth officiated.
The bride wore a blue tailored suit with blue and white accessories. She attended by her sister, Miss Ruth Severson, who was also dressed in a blue suit with white and blue accessories.
The groom was attended by Eugene Bombach of Willard.
A wedding supper was served to immediate relatives.
The groom left Friday evening for Camp Lee, Va., where he is training for air corps.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lamovec are the parents of a baby girl since Wednesday, March 24.
Pfc. Abraham Fredenburg is home with his parents since Monday, from the state of Kentucky, where he is stationed.
Charles Asplin returned from the Madison hospital last tuesdsay where he was a patient for some time.
Edward Bayuk, who is with the navy and has been stationed in Chicago some time, is home on a furlough with his folks now.
Misses Margaret and Anne Volovsek were home fro the weekend from Marshfield, where they are employed.
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