BioM: Hingiss, Margaret Etta (1956)
Surnames: Hingiss, Hall, Poeph, Vesley, Sikorski, Halvorsen,
Palkus, Becherer, Nelson
Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 04/26/1956
Margaret Etta (Marriage - 7 Apr. 1956)
Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald J. Hall, Jr. have returned from a two week honeymoon trip to
Florida and are now at home in Cudahy. The bride is the former
Margaret Etta Hingiss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hingiss,
Abbotsford, and Mr. Hall is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hall, of
wedding took place on April 7 at the Evangelical and Lutheran
church at Cudahy. The Rev. Walter Poeph performed the ceremony at
occasion the bride wore a floor length gown of white lace over
satin, and finger tip veil attached to a pearl crown. The bridal
bouquet was an arrangement of white carnations and sweet
her were Miss Marion Vesley, of Cleveland, Ohio, cousin of the
bride, as maid of honor; the Misses Ellen Sikorski and Delores
Halvorsen, Milwaukee, and Miss Doris Hall, sister of the groom, of
Janesville, as bridesmaids. They were dressed in blue, yellow,
pink, and green, respectively, and carried bouquets of carnations
and sweet peas.
Hingiss, the bride’s brother, was best man. The ushers were
Elvin Haugen, Janesville, and Paul Palkus, and Wayne Halvorsen,
guests attended the reception, wedding supper and dance, held at
the Kerlin American Legion hall at Cudahy.
Out of town
guests included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hingiss, Abbotsford; Mrs. James
Vesley and Miss Marion Vesley, Cleveland, Ohio; Mrs. William
Becherer, Colby; Mr. and Mrs. George Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Kingsley
Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Nelson, Fond du Lac; and Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Hall and Miss Doris Hall, Janesville.
The bride, a graduate of the Abbotsford high school, is employed at Cutler-Hammer Company at Milwaukee. The groom studied a year at the University of Wisconsin after graduation at the Janesville high school and is employed at Krause Milling Company, Milwaukee.
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