Hahn, Lenna Lucile

Class of 1927
Graduation Essay: “The Ideal American”

Birth: Dec. 19, 1906, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA
Death: May 4, 1987, Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Justus Nathan Hahn (1881-1956)
Flora Ellen Dry Hahn (1886-1966)

Robert Edgar Query (1906 – 1990)

Charles Glenn Hahn (1907 – 1971)
Vergie Bernice Hahn Bost (1909 – 1982)
Hubert Drye Hahn (1911 – 1967)

Carolina Memorial Park
Concord, Cabarrus County, North Carolina, USA

Source: www.findagrave.com, # 120012533.


Greensboro Record (Greensboro, NC), July 28, 1934, p. 2.

Miss Lenna Lucile Hahn Weds Robert S. Query, Greensboro

Miss Lenna Lucile Hahn of Charlotte, and Robert Edgar Query, of Greensboro, were married in a private ceremony Wednesday morning at the home of the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Justus Nathaniel  Han, near Mount Pleasant. The Rev. John W. Link, Lutheran minister and pastor of the bride, officiated, and a limited group of relatives and friends witnessed the vows.

Mrs. John W. Link and John W. Link, Jr., furnished the musical program which preceded the ceremony. As the wedding march was played the bride descended the stairs alone and was met at the foot by Mr. Query, who escorted her to the altar “O Perfect Love” was played as an accompaniment to the vows.

The bride was gowned in white marquisette, with white cartwheel hat, white gloves and shoes. She carried a white satin Bible, showered with lilies of the valley.

Following the ceremony, the couple left for a motor trip to the mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee. After August 1, they will be at home here. For travel the bride changed to a suit of navy blue with matching accessories.

Mrs. Query is the eldest daughter of her parents. She received her education at Mount Amena [sic] seminary at Mount Pleasant and at Appalachian State Teachers college at Boone. For the past few years she has been employed by the Southern Bell Telephone company in Charlotte.

Mr. Query, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Query of Cabarrus county, attended Newell high school and the University of North Carolina. He was formerly connected with Uvey’s and Sears-Roebuck in Charlotte, and was recently transferred to Greensboro as assistant manager of the Sears -Roebuck store here.

The wedding rehearsal Tuesday evening was followed by an informal reception and cake cutting for out-of-town friends. One of the final pre-nuptial courtesies for the bride, who was many times honored, was the party at which Mrs. Love Nussman entertained Monday evening at her home in Kannapolis.