BioM: Gluck, Aleda Ann (1926)
Contact: Crystal Wendt
Surnames: Gluck, Radtke, Olson, Schultz, Brandt
----Source: Neillsville Press (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) Thursday, 04/08/1926
Gluck, Aleda Ann (Marriage - 5 April 1926)
A very pretty wedding took place Monday forenoon, April 5, at the home of Mrs. August Gluck, when her daughter, Aleda Ann, was united in the bonds of matrimony with Mr. Kurt Rudolph Radtke of Appleton, Rev. H. Brandt performing the ceremony.
The groom was attended by Mr. Arthur Olson, Science instructor in the Neillsville High School, and Miss Emma Gluck, sister of the bride acted as bridesmaid. Miss Eva Schultz at the piano, played Lohengrin’s Wedding March.
The bride wore a gown of bluebell georgette trimmed with gold lace and carried a bouquet of roses and sweet peas and the bridesmaid wore a gown of powder blue crepe and a lovely corsage bouquet. The rooms were very tastily decorated in pink and white. Only near friends and relatives were in attendance, among whom were the bride-groom’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Radtke of Appleton.
After the ceremony a fine wedding dinner was served to the wedding party and guests. The bride and groom took the evening train for different points in the state.
The bride is one of Neillsville’s most attractive and popular young ladies. She grew to womanhood here attended Neillsville schools, later graduating from the Wausau Business College. Since her graduation she has held a responsible position in Wausau, making occasional visits and spending her vacations at home in this city. The groom is practically a stranger to Neillsville people, but is highly spoken by those who know him, and is a young man of fine appearance. He is traveling salesman for the Wisconsin River Supply Company.
The young couple will make their home in Wausau.
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