Pellman-Kutz Wedding Is Held in Whitewater WHITEWATER — Charlotte E. Pellmann, 416 Woodland Drive, became the bride Saturday Saturday afternoon of William R. Kutz, 335 Clay St., at the First Fnglish Lutheran Church. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyie Pellmann, Rte. 3, Elkhorn, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. MerrDl Kutz, Whitewater. The bride wore an empire dress fashioned of peau de soie and alencon lace. The fitted bodice had a bateau neckline, long sleeves and the lace train fell from the shoulders. A lace coronet with pearls and crystals, held her elbow-length illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet bouquet of white carnations and yellow rosebuds ench-cling a white orchid. Barbara Pellmann, Elkhorn, was maid of honor, in a gold satin empire dress with scoop neckline and bouffant court skirt. Two-tier matching satin bows held her illusion veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow spider chrysanthemums and white daisies. Mrs. Gary Godfrey, Mary Kutz, and Joan Buckingham, all of Whitewater, bridesmaids, were dressed identically to the maid of honor but in moss green. Pamela Pellmann was flower girl. Best man was Terry Krance, Milton Junction, and groomsmen groomsmen were Roger Gehri, Whitewater, Whitewater, Fred Jordan, Fort Atkinson, Atkinson, and Steve Peters, Clinton. —Evans Studio MRS. WILLIAM R. KUTZ Gary O'Donnell and Neal Meu- mann, Whitewater, were ushers. A buffet supper and dance was held at the Hawk Lounge following the ceremony. The couple is at home at Rte. 2, N. River Road, Janesville. The bride, a 1965 graduate of Whitewater High School, was employed at Oak Mfg. Co., Elkhorn. Elkhorn. The bridegroom, a 1962 graduate of Whitewater High School, completed three years of military service with the Army and is now employed by General Motors, Janesville.