Lewis Dixon Webster The Racine 09 Dec 1962 Sun. pg 54
Diana M. Fries, Applefon Man Exchange Vows Diana Mary Fries, daughter daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Fries, 744 Perry Ave., and Lewis Dixon ^Webster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Webster, Webster, Appleton, Wis., exchanged exchanged marital vows in Holy Communion Lutheran Church at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, with Dr. Kenneth Hurst officiating. For her wedding costume, the bride chose a white wool suit with a veiled garland of gold leaves. A white orchid formed her corsage. Miss Virginia Webster was her honor attendant, wearing an olive green suit with a deeper green pillbox hat and] accessories. Her corsage was of yellow roses. David Zirkelbach Zirkelbach was bestman. A royal blue wool suit, with veiled circlet of feathers in royal blue and a pink rose corsage, was worn by the mother of the bride. The bridegroom's mother chose a beige wool knit dress with matching jacket, beige pillbox hat, and had a corsage of yellow mums and roses. A reception was held at Breakers on the Lake, with 35 realtives of the couple guests at the wedding dinner. Following Following a short wedding trip, the couple are making their home at 1727 Blake Ave. The bride attended the University University of Wisconsin in Racine, Racine, and her husband attended attended Whitewater State Col- legev She was honored at several several showers before the wedding. wedding.