Punzel. Marie wed to Mr. Dilger

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Punzel. Marie wed to Mr. Dilger
 - DAILY GAZETTE — Tuesday, June 11, 1946. sister,...
DAILY GAZETTE — Tuesday, June 11, 1946. sister, with Keuler Biederman Feind of the at Desr- Albert month's other Chicago, of Saturday. Mr. son, Joseph at the is parents, Miss ceremony N. Y., and Clarence Clayton Mrs. Wis., Woult a release county are discharge L. bn., EAME N. L. 15, R. 2, Pfc. 18, of 3, area; SV6, May 6, A. V6, 8, 29, Gene USNR, Asiatic-Pacific; Stover, July Marie Punzel of Cambridge Weds at Lake Mills Lake Mills—In a beautiful candlelight candlelight service before an altar adorned with mixed flowers and ferns, Miss Marie Adeline Mae Punzel daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max F. W. Punzel, Cambridge, became became the bride of LeRoy E. Dilger, son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Dilger, Dilger, Milwaukee, In the Lake Mills Moravian church at 3 p. m. Saturday. Saturday. The Rev. H. T. Kant performed performed the double ring ceremony. Raymond Lenz, cousin of the bride, sang "Oh Promise Me." Given In marriage by her father, father, the attractive bride wore a white brocaded plastic gown with full net over skirt, tight bodice, sweetheart neckline and long pointed sleeves. Lace hearts adorned the long tulle veil which was held to the bride's coiffure by a shining beaded coronet. She carried carried a large shower bouquet of gardenias. Miss Carol Dilger,' sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a pink nylon taffeta gown with full net overskirt, high neckline neckline of net trimmed with nylon frill and elbow length sleeves. Her fingertip veil was caught in flowers. flowers. She carried a shower bouquet of mixed pink, yellow and blue flowers. The bridesmaids, Mrs. Lynn M. Punzel, Cambridge, and Miss Ruth Stienhorst, Watertown, wore yellow and blue, both replicas replicas of the maid of honor, with matching shoulder length veils. They carried shower bouquets of mixed pink, yellow and blue flow- 6rs. The bride's brother, Robert R, Punzel, Lake Geneva, was best man and Frederic R. Punzel, and Lynn M. Punzel, brothers of the bride, were ushers. Mrs. Arthur Anderson and Raymond Lenz, cousins of the bride, sang "Oh Perfect Perfect Love." The bride's mother wore a black gabardine suit with pink accessories and the mother of the groom wore a white linen dress each with orchid corsage. A reception followed the ceremony ceremony at the bride's home for 100 guests and a 7 o'clock dinner was served there. The bride shose a brown wool gabardine suit with aqua accessories accessories for traveling. After a trip to the northern part of Wisconsin, they will make their home in Milwaukee. Milwaukee. Mr. Dilger was discharged discharged from the navy May 1 in which he had been electronic technician's technician's mate, 1/c. He is employed at the Kearney-Trecker Co., as a tool-maker. Observec 83rd Birthday with 1931. • Mrs. Mrs. and five a C. Mrs. daughter Engsberg and Miss Mrs the at a and and Mrs. He the Mr. Ed and Mrs. rt St, Sunday Christoffel, Mr. and end

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  1. Janesville Daily Gazette,
  2. 11 Jun 1946, Tue,
  3. Page 7

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