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Watertown Gazette. 09 24 1936
A wedding of more than ordinary interest took place at St. Henry’s Catholic church in this city at 9 o’clock Monday morning, September 21, 1936, when Very Rev. Dean F.X. Schwinn united in marriage Miss Lucille Hahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hahn, Concord Avenue, and Joseph Podolske of Beloit, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Podolske, North Warren Street, this city.
The bride’s father gave her in marriage. The bride and her attendants chose velvet gowns, identical in design, the bridal gown being white velvet formal over which a tunic styled jacket of the same material was worn. The bridal veil was of white tulle made with an illusion veil and falling in three tiers from a headband of twisted velvet, while the flowers were yellow roses, Bavaria and baby-breath, arranged in a shower bouquet.
Miss Laura Lueck, the maid of honor, wore maize colored velvet and Miss Estelle Seibel, the bridesmaid, was dressed in acquatone velvet, both wearing large black French felt hats and other black accessories, and carrying arm bouquets of yellow chrysanthemums and pompons, tied with autumnal shaded ribbons.
Attending the groom were his brothers, Edward and George, and Edward Schultz.
Mr. and Mrs. Podolske will make their home in Beloit, where the groom is agent for the Milwaukee Sentinel.
The Gazette editor joins their many friends in wishing them God’s highest blessings.
Niece of Ottillia Scheideler
Graduation, grade school, 1922