BioM: Frane, Eva F. (Marriage - 1919)
Surnames: FRANE BEYERL ARTMAN BUTLER KRAUS
----Source: COLBY PHONOGRAPH (Colby, Wis.) 06/05/1919
Frane, Eva F. (Marriage - 4 JUN 1919)
Colby St. Mary's Catholic Church, filled to capacity, was the scene of another pretty wedding Wednesday morning, when Miss Eva F. Frane, daughter of Joseph Frane of this city (Colby, Wis.), was united in marriage to Mr. Ambrose R. Beyerl, son of Mrs. John Beyerl, residing two and one-half miles west of the city. The church was beautifully decorated in blue and white streamers, being tastefully arranged by the Young Ladies Society, of which the bride is a member.
Promptly at 8:00 o'clock, to the strains of the wedding march, played by Miss Rose Mick, the bridal party entered the church, led by the little Misses Catherine Kraus and Margaret Frane, nieces of the bride, who carried little silver baskets trimmed with smilax and each containing a large white lily in the center, of which were the wedding rings. Following the flower girls came Miss Mary Artman of Cashton, who acted as bridesmaid, who in turn was followed by the bride, accompanied by her father who presented her to the groom, who entered through the side entrance, accompanied by Mr. Earl Butler, groomsman. Father Lachnit performed the wedding, the ceremony being the nuptial high mass.
The bride was charmingly attired in a gown of white charmeuse satin and georgette crepe, wearing an embroidered veil and carried a large shower bouquet of white roses and lilies of the valley. Her attendant, Miss Artman, wore a gown of white crepe de chine with bead trimmings and carried a bouquet of white roses.
Immediately after the church ceremony the bridal party and invited guests left for the Frane home, where dinner was served, after which the bridal party left for Marshfield, from where the bride and groom took No. 2 for points in the Southern part of the state on a week to ten days wedding trip.
The bride is one of our choicest young ladies. From a little girl she has grown up in our midst, honored by old and young alike. She has ever been a bright star in the home circle and now she has gone to reign as queen in her own home.
The groom is from one of our best families, and by all who know his in this city (Colby, Wis.), he is considered on of the substantial and coming young men of the county, who will make his mark as a worthy son of honorable parents. He has recently had completed a new modern home upon the farm where the newlyweds will make their future home after their return from the wedding trip.
We wish them long life and bespeak for them much happiness. We rejoice that they remain among us to cast their leavening influence for good in our community.
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