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YWCA Spring executive Meyer In held YWCA. Mr. Pewaukee Edward godparents. Mr. Joyce Miller and Raymond Plehn Wed at Trinity Lutheran Church Bouquets of white gladioli on either side of the altar on which vases of white spring flowers were placed formed the setting in the Trinity Lutheran church this afternoon afternoon when Miss Joyce Ellen Miller and Raymond M. Plehn exchanged wedding vows. The Rev. Harry Shiley read the service at 3 p. m. and the children's choir sang "O Perfect Love." * The brideMs the daughter of the Edward L. Millers, 1036 White Rock ave., and Mr. and Mrs. Max Plehn, 717 Marshall st., are the parents of the bridegroom. The wedding dinner will be served this evening at the home of the bride's parents and the reception for 250 guests will follow in the Labor temple. Attendants Wore White As Martin Garbrecht, organist, played Lohengrin's wedding march, the bride, on the arm of her father, was preceded down the aisle by three attendants--all attired in full skirted white taffeta dresses designed designed with fitted bodice, low round neck and cap sleeves. They wore white mitts and carried bouquets of red roses. The bride's sister, MarUyn, served as maid of honor and a younger sister, Nancy, was junior bridesmaid. Joyce Loth was the bridesmaid. The bride was gowned in ivory slipper satin, the dress having a full skirt and train, and fitted bodice with sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. Her fingertip veil was caught to a coronet of white satin roses and she carried a bouquet of white roses. She wore a gold cioss. Cousin Was Best Man Cousin of the bridegroom, William William Staab, Jr., served as best The ushers were Fred Plehn, Jr., another cousin of the bridegroom, and Edward Miller, the bride's brother. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Miller chose a black and white print dress, her corsage being of red roses. Mrs. Plehn, the bridegroom's bridegroom's mother, wore light blue her corsage was of yellow roses. Both mothers wore white hats. When Mr. and Mrs. Plehn, graduates of Waukesha high school, return from their honeymoon, they will reside on Williams st. Those who entertained for the bride were the Mmes. William Staab, Sr., Max Plehn, Albert Reinke and Arthur Katzner.

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  1. Waukesha Daily Freeman,
  2. 21 Jun 1947, Sat,
  3. Page 4

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