BioM: Hintz, Nora
Contact: Dolores (Mohr) Kenyon
Surnames: Hintz, Lauscher, Neidner, Rodenbeck, Thimke, Middleton, Goldsmith, Toussaint, Kopf, Harris, Scott,
----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) October 19, 1950
Hintz, Nora Lee (Marriage - 14 October 1950)
The Friedens Evangelical Church at Port Washington was the setting at four o’clock Saturday for the wedding of Miss Nora Lee Hintz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Lauscher, to Edmund John Neidner, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Neidner of Lake Shore Drive, Thiensville, Wis.
The Rev. F. L. Rodenbeck performed the double ring ceremony before 140 guests. The church was appropriately decorated with chrysanthemums and gladioli in fall colors.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, chose a gown of ivory heirloom moiré, fashioned in princess lines falling into a long train. Lace formed the long sleeves and bodice detailed with iridescent sequins. Her finger tip veil fell from a moiré head dress. She carried a bridal bouquet of caladium leaves and white stephanotis.
Ruth Thimke of Shawano, a class mate served as matron of honor. She wore a continental green velveteen gown. Miss Jean Middleton, friend of the bride, and Miss Doris Neidner, sister of the groom were bridal aides. They wore rust velveteen gowns with matching hats and carried fan shaped bouquets of croton leaves, English ivy and bronze mums.
Serving as best man was Fred Goldsmith of Milwaukee; with David Toussaint of Grand Rapids, Mich. and John Kopf of Milwaukee, as groomsmen.
The bride’s mother was attired in a toast crepe gown accented with bronze beading. The groom’s mother wore a velvet trimmed green crepe gown. They wore corsages of bronze cymbidium orchids.
Miss Anna Rae Harris sang three selections during the ceremony accompanied by Mrs. Jess Scott at the piano.
Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors from 4:30 to 6:00 o’clock. A buffet supper was served to 60 guests at Roobs Rainbow Rooms.
After a wedding trip to the East coast and Florida the young couple will make their home in Milwaukee.
The bride was graduated from Neillsville High School with the class of ’46 and from the Columbia School of Nursing with the class of ’49. For the past year she has been employed at the Neillsville Clinic.
The groom was graduated from Riverside High School of Milwaukee in ’45 and served two years with the U. S. Marines and attended the University of Wisconsin. He is now associated with his father in the E. C. Neidner Tile Company.
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