BioM: Wehrman, Janet Kay (1974)
Surnames: Wehrman, Zingen, Holcombe, Vance, Pinion, Hurm, Munaz, Synder, Packard
----Source: Tribune/Record/Gleaner (Loyal, Wis.) 25 Apr 1974
Wehrman, Janet Kay (24 MAR 1974)
Miss Janet Kay Wehrman, 217 Illinois Street, Lemont, Illinois, and Mr. Frank Robert Zingen, 7800 West 74th Place, Bridgeview, Illinois, were united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. Sunday, March 24, 1974 at Bridgeview Church of God, with the Rev. Paul Amas Holcombe performing the ceremony.
The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Wehrman, Loyal (Clark Co.), Wisconsin, and the groom is the son of Mrs. Barbara Zingen, Bridgeview, Ill., and Mr. Henry Zingen II of Schiller Park, Ill. Mrs. Betty Vance, Romeoville, Ill., was the organist, and Miss Debbie Pinion and Miss Darlene Vance were soloists.
The bride was seen in an A-line organza gown, with a chapel train. The sleeves were fingertip organdy. She had a short fingertip veil. The entire gown was trimmed with lace, sequins and seed pearls.
Her flowers were a cascade of pink roses, French carnations, and stephanotis.
Miss Beckie Hurm, Lemont, Ill., was maid of honor, and Miss Jenny Munaz, Bolingbrook, Ill., was bridesmaid. They were seen in princess style green and white floor length dresses with baby doll sleeves. Their flowers were a water bouquet of white and green carnations and yellow roses.
Mr. Henry Zingen, Macomb, Ill., was best man, and Mrs. Gary Synder, Bridgeview, Ill., was groomsman.
Mr. Rick Packard, Bolingbrook, Ill., and Mrs. Leonard Wehrman, Loyal, Wis., shared the ushering duties.
A wedding reception and supper were held at the home of the bride's uncle in Niles, Illinois.
The bride is a graduate of Loyal High School, and her husband is a graduate of Argo High School, Argo, Ill., and is presently employed at Custom Craft as a sub-contractor. The couple will make their home at 217 Illinois Street, Lemont, Illinois 60439.
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