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 - 8--Kossuth County Advance Tuesday, April 3,...
8--Kossuth County Advance Tuesday, April 3, 1951 at the Low hospital. ,,_--_,.., T . , , , week Tuesday. FENTON-- Lois, daughter of JERRY JENTZ, OF FENTON, WED TO RODMAN BRIDE Mr. and Mrs. Fred Douglas, of Rodman, became the bride of Jerry Jerry Jentz, son of Mr. and Mrs. George, Jentz, Fenton. at a beautiful beautiful ceremony Sunday, March 25, at 7 o'clock, in the St. John's Lutheran church, at Fenton. The bride wore a white satin dress with a long train, and fingertip fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet bouquet of pink roses, and wore a pearl necklace, gift of the bride- been the of Herman groom. Marilyn Jentz, sister of j si ter, the groom was maid of honor. She wore a blue net over taffeta dress. She also carried a bouquet bouquet of pink roses. Barbara Brown, a friend of the brid_e, was bridesmaid. She wore a pink satin dress and carried a blue bouquet. They were both and and ey- star shaped colonial bouquets, j Susan Barbara also sang O Perfect Ml ._ and Mrs _ Love, and The Lord s Prayer. The bridegroom wore a grey j week suit and a pink rose boutonmere. Lyle Douglas, brother of the M _ anri Mrs bride, was best man, and wore a re, was es man an wore a , h dark suit and a whjte carnation of New boutonniere Mervin Jentz, bro- nes dav ther of tne bridegroom, was 1 CTO j lo " m e groomsman, and wore a light " Geor g e after a white carnation boutonniere. Mrs. Douglas, mother of the bride, wore a grey suit with a blue and yellow corsage, of iris and daffodil. Mrs. Jentz, mother mother of the groom, wore a navy blue silk two-piece suit with white accessories, and a pink corsage. corsage. A reception was held in the church parlors after the ^ceremony. ^ceremony. About 85 were present. Table decorations were a wedding wedding cake, candles and bouquets. A short program was given during the reception, and Mr. Roth was toastmaster. and also gave a reading. The Rev. Mr. Friedrich gave a short talk. Jane Simmons sang. Today Oh Lord. Marilyn Jentz sang, Because. Table Table waitresses were Christina Friedrich and DeAnna Higley. The church was decorated with Easter'lilies.- The bride is a graduate of the Rodman high school in 1950. .The bridegroom is a graduate o f ' the Fenton high school in 1945. Following Following their honeymoon they will be at home on a farm northeast of Fenton. Neighbor Club Meets bed had Rochester. this the Joan of talk,

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  1. Kossuth County Advance,
  2. 03 Apr 1951, Tue,
  3. Page 12

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