BioM: Ammerman, Margaret (1929)
Surnames: ROSSMAN AMMERMAN WINSET LUCAS BRIMBERRY TUTTLE FRANK
----Source: NEILLSVILLE PRESS (Neillsville, Clark County, Wis.) 11/14/1929
Ammerman, Margaret (4 OCT 1929)
Announcement of the marriage of Miss Margaret Ammerman to F. E. Rossman, Oct. 4th, 1929, has been received from the groom's mtoher, Mrs. S. R. Tuttle of Gilroy, Calif.
Miss Margaret Ammerman, daughter of E. W. Ammerman of Sausalito and Frank E. Rossman were married at a ceremony performed at the Sausalito Episcopal Church, the Rev. H. St. George Buttrum, rector of the church, officiating.
The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a dress of egg shell satin in princess style. Her tulle veil trimmed with real lace and orange blossoms. She carried orchids and lilies of the valley. Her sister, Miss Ruth Ammerman was maid of honor and wore a dress of green satin and tulle and carried roses.
Miss Dorothy Winset of Berkley and Miss Mary Lucas of San Francisco were bridesmaids.
John Brimberry of San Francisco, who is a brother-in-law of Mr. Rossman, was the best man and the ushers were Kenneth and Leland Ammerman, brothers of the bride.
A reception was held at the Ammerman home following the church ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Rossman left for a short trip and upon their return will make their home in Sausalito.
Mrs. Rossman is a graduate of the University of California and took post graduate work in music at Dominican College, and later taught music in Mendocina City High School for two years.
Mr. Rossman is a graduate of the Oregon Agricultural College and has had charge of manual training and athletics in Richland, Oregon and Mendocina High School the past four years. At this time he is taking a course in dentistry at the University of Calif.
Mr. Rossman will be remember in Neillsville, Clark County, Wis. as the grandson of Mrs. Linus Frank and the late Catherine Rossman, also a nephew of Fred Rossman, Sr.
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