BioM: Pischer, Viola 1936
Contact:  Ken Wood


----Source: Marshfield News Herald Saturday May 2, 1936 Page 6

Pischer, Viola A. May 2, 1936


A mid-afternoon marriage in the Lutheran parsonage of Granton today made Miss Viola A. Pischer the bride of Raymond E. Keuer. The Rev. A. Laesch read the nuptial rites at a 3:30 o'clock ceremony.

The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oswald Pischer; the groom the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keuer, all of Granton.

A rose crepe frock with a lace top, brown accessories and a corsage of pink roses were worn by the bride. As maid of honor, Miss Edna Keuer, sister of the groom, was dressed in blue and wore grey accessories and a corsage of pink roses.

Mr. Keuer was attended by Otto Dallman.

The simple service was followed by a reception and supper at the bride's home in Granton, where 60 guests were entertained. A color scheme of pink and white, ornate with white wedding bells, decorated the residence.

Guests from out-of-town included the following: Mrs. Amelia Pischer, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pischer, Mrs. William Hrabeck, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Woodward, Misses Edna and Elsie Pischer, all of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. William Gamache, Oshkosh, and Miss Norma Schmoll, Wausua.

The couple will live in the village of Granton, where the groom is emplyed as a mechanic.



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