BioM: Hannemann, Mabel (1942)




Surnames: Hannemann, Radloff, Pribbernow, Corbett


----Source: Spencer Record, Spencer, Wis.) 02/12/1942


Hannemann, Mabel (1942)



Mabel Hannemann Married Saturday

Carl L. Radloff, the Groom, Is Well Known Farmer Living in East of Spencer; Couple To Live On Farm.


Mrs. Mabel Hannemann, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pribbernow, was married to Carl L. Radloff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Radloff, on Saturday evening, Feb. 7 at 9 o’clock.  The ceremony was performed by Judge F. C. Corbett at his office in the town of Spencer.


The bride wore an acqua blue traveling suit and the groom wore a conventional blue suit.  Mrs. Radloff was born in Wisconsin and has lived in this part of the state.  About nine months ago she came to Spencer where she managed the Dixie Service station and later on took over the Tydol Station in the village.  The groom is a well known and prosperous farmer, owning and operating a 160-acre farm one mile east of Spencer, where the newly married couple will reside.  After a wedding trip to Waterloo, Milwaukee and Madison, the couple will be at home to their friends after February 15.




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