BioM: Nehrlich, Lynne (1959)




Surnames: Nehrlich, Wojner, Witt, Suder, Faivre


----Source: Abbotsford Tribune (Abbotsford, Clark County, Wis.) 02/19/1959


Nehrlich, Lynne (Marriage - 14 Feb. 1959)


Marriage vows were exchanged between Miss Lynne Nehrlich and Jerald Wojner, Saturday afternoon at the Presbyterian parsonage at 1:30 o’clock, with the Rev. Lawrence Faivre officiating. Music during the ceremony was provided by Mrs. Faivre.


The bride, who was presented in marriage by her father, Ira Nehrlich, Jr., chose a pale blue lace over taffeta dress in ballerina length. Pink baby roses were combined with net for her head piece, and were also used with white stephanotis in her bouquet.


Miss Janice Nehrlich attended her sister as maid of honor in a ballerina length dress of pale pink. She wore a coronet head piece of pink carnations and carried a nosegay bouquet of the same flowers.


Attending the ceremony were Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nehrlich, Jr., of Dorchester and Mr. and Mrs. Val Wojner of Abbotsford, parents of the couple; Mrs. Ira Nehrlich, Sr., of Chicago, and Mrs. Nora ?, Evanston, paternal and maternal grand mother of the groom, and Mrs. Julius Witt and Edward Suder, friend of the young couple.


A reception and dinner followed at the Colby Hotel.


Mr. and Mrs. Wojner left on a short honeymoon trip and are now at their home, three and one-half miles east of Abbotsford, on the former Orville Tuchy place, which they purchased.


Both young people are graduates of the Abbotsford high school, class of 1958. Mr. Wojner is employed by the Abbotsford Auto Wrecking Company and Mrs. Wojner has been with Employers Mutuals at Wausau.



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