Shirley Seeley

Personal

Gender: Female

Marriage

Spouse: William O. Hoehnke

Date of Marriage: December 31, 1950

Marriage Place: Indianapolis, IN

Miss Seeley And William Hoehnke Wedded Sunday

Miss Shirley Seeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Seeley, Indianapolis, Ind., was married to William O. Hoehnke, son of a Kohler couple, Mr. and Mrs. William Hoehnke, Sunday afternoon in the bride’s home city. The Rev. William Nordsieck performed the 3 o’clock ceremony in St. Peter’s Evangelical Lutheran church.

The bride chose Mrs. Floyd Cox as matron of honor and had three bridesmaids, Mrs. Walter Ireland, Kohler, Mrs. Kay Shepherd and Mrs. Arthur Beldon. Best man for the nuptials was Carl Berlin, Kohler, with Walter Ireland, Frederick Voight, Kohler, Floyd Cox and Dr. Gerald Kasting as ushers.

When the newlyweds return from a trip to the South, they will reside at 408 Superior avenue, Sheboygan. The former Miss Seeley attended school in Indianapolis, where she also received her nurse’s training. Mr. Hoehnke has his diploma from Kohler High school. He is employed by the Kohler Co.

Among the persons at the wedding were the bridegroom’s parents and Mrs. Carl Berlin and Mrs. Fred Nelson, Kohler; Miss Ruth Hoehnke, Mrs. Gustave Spatzek and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hoehnke, Sheboygan.

Published in the Sheboygan Journal, (Sheboygan, WI) Wednesday January 3, 1951 page 12